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Core Modules (Level 4) - Instrumentation and Control Engineering

This level of study provides the foundation for the development of knowledge, skills and confidence for the successful progression through the programme

Core Modules (Level 4) - Instrumentation and Control Engineering

Analytical Methods for Engineers (15 credits) - HNC Instrumentation and Control Engineering  / ICHNC-OL

Analytical Methods for Engineers (15 credits) - HNC Instrumentation and Control Engineering / ICHNC-OL

Description

The aim of this module is to provide the fundamental analytical knowledge and techniques needed to successfully complete the core modules of Higher National Engineering programmes.

It is also intended as a base for the further study of analytical methods and mathematics, needed for the more advanced option modules. This module has been designed to enable students to use fundamental algebra, trigonometry, calculus, statistics and probability, for the analysis, modelling and solution of realistic engineering problems at Higher National level.

Assessment
One single component of assessment, comprising four elements, in the form of an in-course assessment. Each assessment is equally weighted and comprises a set of, on average 5-10 short answer questions.


Module Tutor: Stephen Brown/David Craddock
Tel: +44 (0)1642 384444/342559
Email: s.brown@tees.ac.uk or d.craddock@tees.ac.uk

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Engineering Science (15 credits) - HNC Instrumentation and Control Engineering  / ICHNC-OL

Engineering Science (15 credits) - HNC Instrumentation and Control Engineering / ICHNC-OL

Description

This module investigates a number of mechanical and electrical scientific principles which underpin the design and operation of engineering systems. It is a broad-based unit, covering both mechanical and electrical principles. Its intention is to give an overview which will provide the basis for further study in specialist areas of engineering.

Assessment
One single component of assessment, comprising four elements, in the form of an in-course assessment. Each assessment is equally weighted and comprises a set of, on average 5-10 short answer questions.

Module Tutor: David Wishart
Tel: +44 (0)1642 738215
Email: d.wishart@tees.ac.uk

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