The Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Thermal-Fluids) is the first academic programme offered by FKM. It is a Mechanical Engineering programme which specialised in the area of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. The area of thermodynamics involves the study of Heat Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC), Heat Transfer, Energy Conversion, Energy Management, Building Maintenance and Internal Combustion Engines. The programme also includes the generation of renewable energy and alternatives energy sources study.
The study in fluid mechanics involved fluids in their statics and dynamics behaviour. Examples of these studies include characteristics of fluid flow in a piping system and dam, fluid system such as pump, compressor, turbine, rotor dynamics machine and power generation system. The students are taught advanced topics such as Hydraulic and Pneumatic System, Turbo Machinery and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). Thermal and fluid flow simulations are also studied in this course. The simulation exercises will support conclusion derived from the analytical and experimental thermal and fluid problems.
Career Oppurtinities in Thermal-Fluid Fields
Graduates from this course will work in the various industrial sectors that involved in working environment such as:
Power generation and renewable energy sources.
Plant and building maintenance.
Air conditioning system and other thermal system.
Design and maintenance of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
Petrol-Chemical and Processing Industries.
Transportation industries especially related to engine.
Consultation in energy management.
Subjects & Admission
Subject details for Bachelor Programme
Curriculum Struture of BMCT Program
Ahmad Anas Yusof, Dr.
Head of Department
Tel: 06 2346802/6792
Fax: 06 2346884
Graduation Requirement Checklist:
BMCT Cohort 2009
BMCT Cohort 2010 Direct Entry
BMCT Cohort 2010
BMCT Cohort 2011
BMCT Cohort 2012