The Mechanical Engineering Department at Temple University teaches students to identify and solve engineering problems we face today. Mechanical engineers are trained to design and manufacture devices and systems that transform energy into motion and motion into energy for the benefit of society.
Mechanical Engineers are associated with mechanical design, alternative/renewable energy, automotive engineering, fuel and combustion technologies, heat transfer, noise control and acoustics, power in transportation, product safety and reliability, and refrigeration and air conditioning.
Mechanical engineers work with energy systems, manufacturing processes, materials mechanics, and fluid sciences.
Mechanical engineers design and develop the engine that powers your car, the solar cells that power your city, and the biomaterials that can extend and enhance your life.
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