The aim of MSc TSE program is train engineers in energy technologies, including a range of thermal-based energy technologies, in order to meet societal and market needs. Efficient use of thermal energy is an increasingly popular area of interest for engineers and technologists. Therefore, this program is aimed at equipping next generation of engineers with the state of the art knowledge of energy conversion, efficiency and conservation. The program will provide students with set of courses that will improve their capacity to analyze and design innovative thermal energy systems. These systems include, but are not limited to, energy conversion systems and their fuels, refrigeration, combustion, and solar energy. The MSc specialization in TSE primarily covers advanced aspects of energy system modelling, heat- and mass transfer, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, control engineering and experimental work with focus on different components and energy system aspects. The themes for the three semesters are particularly focused on Thermal Energy and Process Engineering and in-depth understanding of the technologies and scientific disciplines involved in energy conversion, utilization and transport.
- General understanding of the design, modeling and optimization of energy systems used in various energy production applications
- Understanding the detailed operation, functionality and interaction between the various components of key thermal energy conversion technologies
- Fundamentals and applied knowledge of building energy systems, HVAC & R technologies
- Understanding solid-state and other novel thermal energy conversion approaches, including those used for waste heat utilization
- Understanding combustion processes for optimum efficiency and minimum emissions
- Detailed insight into system integration with respect to both system efficiency and control engineering aspects of energy systems
- Developing, constructing and operating thermal energy conversion technologies in the laboratory and in real applications, Insight into the topics related to the practical realization and implementation of thermal energy technologies and systems concerning both innovative aspects, business planning and economic considerations.
Thermodynamics, Thermo-Fluid, Power Plants, HVAC & R, Energy Efficiency, Enhanced Heat Transfer, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Micro/NanoFludics
Candidates must have demonstrated strong academic consistency and good performance, with at least 16 years of education, and will be evaluated by their past achievements and their potential on merit. The merit will be determined on the basis of the academic record, ETEA GAT general and departmental written test . They will also be evaluated on how well their career aspirations match up with what the MS program has to offer.
- B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering
- B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering
- M.Sc./BSc in mining Engineering
- M.Sc./BSc in Industrial Engineering.
As per CASE UET policy.
The standard degree requirement can be seen under the MS degree section of this prospectus.