Articles related to 'Engineering'
As we approach the end of the first semester, it’s inspiring to see our campuses buzzing with students and progress being steadily made on the Advanced Manufacturing and Design Centre at Hawthorn. By bringing together design with our other areas of strength, this will create many new opportunities for Swinburne students when it opens in 2014.
International and industry partnerships, and research collaboration allow us to build on our great achievements and develop new ideas and new discoveries which can help meet the demands of the future.
Simple, tactile experiments are a popular way to learn physics, especially if your school happens to be in a developing country far from modern facilities.
The uses for thermal spray coatings, which, at their thinnest, are the width of a human hair, are rapidly on the rise – everything from artificial bone coatings for replacement joints to offshore oil platforms and, potentially, water purification and solar energy collection applications
The next generation of visual inspection systems could help Australian manufacturers improve quality and competitiveness. But understanding the limits of these systems will be vital.