electromechanics

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electromechanics

[i¦lek·trō·mi′kan·iks]
(mechanical engineering)
The technology of mechanical devices, systems, or processes which are electrostatically or electromagnetically actuated or controlled.
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Originally from Belgium, Watelle earned a Master of Science Degree in Electromechanical Engineering Technology with distinction from University of Ghent.
Sponsored by The Institution for Engineering and Technology and hosted by Cardiff University's School of Engineering, this course offered students a valuable insight into the principles, systems and technologies that constitute the expanding world of electromechanical engineering.
Currently, he is an associate professor in College of Electromechanical Engineering in China University of Petroleum.
Their varied experience in electromechanical engineering is demonstrated through the wide number of projects they have been involved in, throughout the expanse of the Sultanate.
The book reflects more than 10 years of research and development on using electromechanical engineering principles to improve clinical outcomes in the medical community.
Summary: DUBAI - Elemec Electrical Contracting Co, a UAE-based contractor has won the electromechanical engineering, design and execution contract of the iconic One Avighna Park in Mumbai.
The institute's curriculum includes the specialties of aeronautical industry, construction and automotive equipment, electromechanical engineering, composite materials, mechanical manufacturing, automotive assembly.
Civil Aviation Training Institute runs programmes in disciplines: air traffic services, electronics engineering, communication operations, aviation management and administration, rescue and fire fighting services, and electromechanical engineering.
The future will witness many training courses organized by the company in the fields of oil & gas, inspection, electromechanical engineering, project management, marine management, petrochemicals, informatics, management and human resources," he said.
These were initiated through personal contacts, prior relationships, or the customer's awareness of Sanmina-SCI's end-to-end manufacturing capabilities, particularly in electromechanical engineering and manufacturing.
Ali Al Hashemi, a 22 year old Emirati job seeker who studied electromechanical engineering, said the decision would promote the interests of Emiratis.

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