Past Events

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  • Event Type: Technical Lecture
    08 April 2014 18:00 to 20:30
    University of Bolton - Bolton
    Are you interested in understanding more on electrical power networks and distribution systems for renewable power? It will cover typical topologies, power semiconductors, solar inverters, HV-DC power transmission for offshore-wind and long distances. This is a great lecture to attend to compliment your engineering/energy degree course or Chartership process for continued professional development.
    Industry: Renewable energy
  • Event Type: Technical Visit
    01 April 2014 18:00 to 20:00
    URENCO UK LTD - Chester
    This technical tour will visit the E23 plant on the Urenco Capenhurst site. E23, houses more than 80% of the site’s enrichment capacity. It began operation in 1997, and has continued to expand ever since.
    Industry: Nuclear power
  • Event Type: Technical Lecture
    18 March 2014 18:00 to 20:30
    John Dalton Building East Room E419 - Manchester Metropolitan University - Manchester
    This is an IMechE Greater Manchester Area event. The lecture will cover 3 surface inspection methods and 2 volumetric methods with a demonstration for each method; PT (Penetrant Inspection), MT (Magnetic Particle Inspection), ET (Eddy Current Inspection), UT (Ultrasonic Inspection) and RT (Radiographic Inspection). It is located at Manchester Metropolitan University, John Dalton Building, M1 5GD, Room T0.03.
    Industry: Construction & building services
  • Event Type: Technical Lecture
    05 March 2014 15:30 to 17:00
    University of Bolton - Bolton
    This is a free event hosted by the IMechE GMA. Meet in Main Reception, Senate House. Main lecture in Lecture Theatre, Room M1-14.
    Industry: Biomedical engineering
  • Event Type: Technical Lecture
    25 February 2014 18:00 to 20:00
    John Dalton Building East Room E419 - Manchester Metropolitan University - Manchester
    The lecture will start with a brief introduction to Robotics cell design from the assembly point of view. Current/New developments in robots for industrial assembly and Product design requirements for robotic assembly will be discussed. Finally, the applications of robotic assembly in industries (Aerospace, automobile, engine etc.) and some future directions will also be presented.
    Industry: Cross-sector
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