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This password activated link provides useful information and various resources for the BSc (Hons) Biomedical Engineering Programme and the BSc (Hons) Biomedcial Engineering Integrated Foundation Year Programme students. Please consult your course director to obtain access to this resource.

Welcome to the Pollution Remediation (Royal Society of Chemistry) resource link.

This link provides resources for the BSc (Hons) Biomedical Engineering Final Year Project

This link provides resources for the Analytical Science Module (BME303).

These are the resources for the module BME801 (Biomaterials 1) for the MSc Biomedical Engineering degree.

Masters module in Tissue Engineering, Covers subjects including cells, scaffolds and bioreactors.

This link contains the module booklet, coursework instructions and notes for the module Anatomy and Physiology for Engineers (BME104) which is taught to the BSc (Hons) Year 1 Biomedical Engineering Students.

These are the notes for the Biomedical Engineering 2 Module (BME301)
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This course will provide the basic analytical and experimental skills required for subsequent study in the School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering.
This module is part of the Integrated Foundation Year for Engineering. It aims to provide an underpinning in experimental and theoretical science and the associated mathematics.

This course provides help to those students preparing their final year project using Microsoft Office.

The engineer requires to apply good conceptual and detail design if new innovative products are to develop.  In addition, an understanding of manufacturing methods and processes, and their implication on design, is essential if cost effective products are to be realised.  This module synthesises both design and manufacture within a real industrial environment.

The engineer requires an appreciation of the detail design and manufacturing methods required in the cost effective develoment of products, and familiarity with the application of computers in the analysis and presentation of product designs. This module provides the opportunity, with the aid of computer methods, to undertake detail design by creating, making, analysing and presenting both the technical and non-technical aspects of components and products.

An introduction to more advanced mathematical techniques used in engineering, like liner algebra, Fourier series, Laplace and Z transforms, multi-variable calculus and more statistics.
This module provides important analytical tools needed to tackle engineering problems, it looks at algebra, trigonometry, calculus and statistics.

For technologists to function effectively they need to be able to communicate concisely and unambiguously with both technical and non-technical personnel.  Since they deal with physical artefacts this requires a capability in graphical communication. This module will enable you, using manual and computer methods, to develop ideas through frehand skething and prepare fully dimensioned engineering drawings.

This facility is for uploading Solid Edge Files

This Moodle Course is primarily for MEC304 Solid Edge File Submission
This module introduces dynamics and covers both kinematics and kinetics of particles. The module is delivered via lectures, tutorials and laboratory sessions. Please check the timetables to confirm the dates that you are required to attend the lab sessions and the tutorial sessions.
For Submission of Solid Edge Assignments
MEC317 / 320 builds on the Dynamics of Mechanical Systems 1A and B modules Covers the kinematics and kinetics of rigid bodies
Here you will find various resources for Solid Edge v20, ST & ST2) including Presentation Files, Student Guides and the files required to do the Activities in the Student Guides
The module commences with a revision of the basic principles of stress and strain, leading to elasticity, tensile testing and plastic behaviour. It then proceeds to address more advanced topics including, micro and macroscopic deformation mechanics and their influence on material performance. It concludes with an introduction to the mechanical forming of materials.
This module provides a basic introduction to the principles behind fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. Emphasis is placed on the application of this theory to everyday items, ranging from bicycles to motor cars
This module provides an understanding of mechanical science and its application to the solution of engineering problems.
This module provides the fundamental principles related to mechanical engineering and provides a methodology for the practical application. Those theoretical and practical principles required within each subject area will be developed in lectures and applied in assignments, tests and tutorials.
This module provides rthe fundamental principles of Statics and Strength of Materials in relation to mechanical engineering and provides a methodology for their practical application. Its content includes: basic and derived units, static equilibrium, shear forces, bending moments and friction, statically stressed systems both determinate and indeterminate, the theory of torsion and bending. Those theoretical and practical principles required within each topic area will be developed in lectures and applied assignments, tests and tutorials

This course covers thermodynamics of heat pumps and heat transfer systems.

This ten point module will introduce the students to the application of mechanical science in engineering.
Residual Stresses in Thick-Walled Cylinders Assignment
Placement module

AB Degree Group Projects

This module focuses on the management of CAE
An introduction to the theory of engineering plasticity applied to common sheet metal forming processes. The relevant theories are presented and their application to real industrial processes are emphasised.

This course is an extension of first year thermodynamics.  The main topics are dimensional analysis for experimental design, fluid mechanics including system losses and entropy in steam and gas systems.

This module provides a practical, hands-on treatment of Computer Aided Engineering in the context of PLM. It majors on the more advanced modelling techniques.

This module introduces the Mechanical Engineering profession. Emphasis is placed on the solution to engineering design problems through the application of mechanical science.

This module provides an introduction to the Latex document authoring
environment. Once the basic use of Latex is covered the course is
extended to the use of Graphics in Latex and the creation of large
documents and presentations. Finally the use of Latex and Refworks in
the creation of an Elsevier paper is also demonstrated.
This module looks at the theory and practice of object oriented programming using C++.
This space has been created to manage and support final year undergraduate and MSc projects under the supervision of Mr Alan Brown.

This is a module used by Bob McMurray to test the project plan for EDU843

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