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Manufacturing Science Engineering  
 
 

Manufacturing science is a branch of engineering concerned with the process of converting raw materials into useful products. It encompasses the design and manufacturing of goods, using various production methods and techniques. Manufacturing engineering generally deals with different practices of manufacturing the research and development of tools, processes, machines and equipment. It also deals with the integration of different facilities and the systems for producing quality products by applying the principles of physics and the study of manufacturing systems.

Manufacturing science is the backbone of any industrialized nation and its level of manufacturing activity is directly related to the economic health. The manufacturing engineering discipline has very strong overlaps with mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, electrical engineering, electronic engineering, computer science, materials management, and operations management.


Specialty areas of Manufacturing Science Engineering

1. Statics and dynamics

2. Strength of materials and solid mechanics

3. Instrumentation and measurement

4. Fluid mechanics and fluid dynamics

5. Mechanism design (including kinematics and dynamics)

6. Manufacturing technology or processes

7. Hydraulics and pneumatics

8. Engineering design

9. Mechatronics and control theory

10.Material engineering

 

Employment

Manufacturing Engineers are employed in Industries, Government and Private Sectors. Manufacturing engineers works on the development and creation of physical artifacts, production processes and technology. Manufacturing Engineer work in Aerospace industry, automotive industry, Chemical industry, Computer industry, and Electronics industry, Food processing industry, Garment industry, Pharmaceutical industry, and Pulp and paper industry.

 
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