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HND Engineering Systems (SQA)

The HND in Engineering Systems is a ‘multi-disciplinary engineering’ award which has been developed by the SQA under its new HN Design Principles.

The HND Engineering Systems (30 credits) has 2 credits common core, 13 credits mandatory Units, 3 credits graded units and 12 credits of optional Units. This programme is a multidiscipline (M & E – Mechanical and Electrical, Renewable Energies, etc) course.

HND in Engineering Systems

Commom Core (2 credits required):

(i) Communication: Practical Skills {Course Code D77G 34 – 1 credit} details

(ii) Business Awareness and Continuous Professional Development {Course Code DG3D 35 – 1 credit} details

Mandatory Units (13 credits required):

(i) Mathematics for Engineering 1:
(Electronics and Electrical) {Course Code DG4H 33 – 1 credit} details or (Mechanical and Manufacture) {Course Code DT5X 33 – 1 credit} details

(ii) Mathematics for Engineering 2 {Course code DG4L 34 – 1 credit) details
(iii) Principles of Engineering Systems {Course Code DV9R 34 – 2 credits}details
(v) Engineering Communication {Course Code DV9N 34 – 1 credit} details
(vi) Engineering Measurement and System Monitoring {Course Code DV9P 34 – 1 credit} details

(vii) Principles of Safe Engineering Systems {Course Code F1BY 35 – 1 credit}details
(viii) Design for Manufacture {Course Code DR3M 35 – 1 credit} details
(viii) Engineering Systems Analysis: System Modelling and Control {Course Code DV9P 34 – 1 credit} details

(viiii) Engineering Practical Skills {Course Code DN47 34 – 2 credits} details
(xi) Project Management: Managing the Implementation of a Project {Course Code DV5J 35 – 2 credits} details

Graded Unit (3.0 Mandatory Credits)

Electrical Engineering Graded Unit 1 Examination {Course code DN3V 34 – 1 credit} details OR Mechanical Engineering Graded Unit 1 Examination {Course code DV11 34 – 1 credit} details OR Engineering Systems Graded Unit 1 Examination {Course code DW11 34 – 1 credit} details

Engineering Systems Graded Unit 2 Examination {Course code F1E8 35 – 2 credits} details

Optional Units (Maximum 12.0 credits required):

Three Phase Systems {Course Code DN47 34 – 1 credit} details
Electricity Power Systems (Course Code DN3W 34 – 1 credit} details
Electrical Machine Principles Course Code DN4J 34 – 2 credits} details
Electrical Safety {Course Code DN4L 34 – 1 credit} details
Single Phase A.C. Circuits {Course Code DG54 34 – 1 credit) details
Application of Electrical & Electronic Instruments {Course Code DN48 33 – 1 credit} details

Engineering Principles {Course Code DR3L 34 – 1 credit} details
Materials Selection {Course Code DT46 34 – 1 credit} details
Statics and Strength of Materials {Course Code DR1T 34 – 1 credit} details
Dynamics {Course Code DT9T 34 – 1 credit} details

Pneumatics and Hydraulics {Course Code DT9X 34 – 1 credit} details
Thermofluids {Course Code DT9P 34 – 1 credit} details

Electrical Networks and Resonance {Course Code – DG3G 34 – 1 credit} details

Quality Management: An Introduction {Course Code DT8Y 34 – 1 credit} details

Fundamentals of Control Systems and Transducers {Course Code – DN3Y 34 – 1 credit} details

Renewable Energy Systems – Overview of Energy Use {Course Code – F1YL 34 – 2 credits} details

Renewable Energy Systems – Technology {Course Code – F1YL 34 -2 credits – } details

Renewable Energy Systems – Microgeneration Systems {Course Code – F1YL 34 – 1 credit} details

Renewable Energy Systems – Wind Power {Course Code – F1YR 35 – 1 credit} details

Other subjects to follow !!!!!

In-take/Numbers to the HND in Engineering Systems are limited. For more details, please complete the request for information form or email hugo@logis-tech.co.uk.

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B.Eng (Hons) Electrical Power Engineering Modules


B.Eng (Hons) in Electrical Power Engineering Modules – Course Contents

 

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B.Eng (Hons) Electrical & Electronics Engineering Modules


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HND Mechanical Modules (Edexcel)


HND in Mechanical Engineering Modules by distance learning – Course Contents

HND – Mechanical Engineering – Edexcel

It should also be said that each of these HN modules are stand alone courses and are all achievements in their own merit. They are also often used for CPD (continuous professional development) to assist career progression. They are more commonly used as part of the HNC / HND engineering framework award by Pearson Edexcel.

The Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mechanical Engineering (accredited by Edexcel) provides you with a programme of study over a range of disciplines to help you develop skills to progress your career through employment or further education at degree level.

The course is designed for learners who wish to work as technicians/technician engineers in electrical and electronics design, manufacture, maintenance, testing or fault finding. It has been developed in consultation with local industry, and combines theory and practical work with the focus being on industrial applications.

What you study

You study 16 units chosen to cover the range of needs of local and national industries and business.

The HND provides a sound understanding of all key principles including core modules in Mechanical Principles, Analytical Methods, Engineering Science and a project. Further specialist subjects may include Programmable Logic Controllers and Electronics

How you learn

You are provided with a self-contained comprehensive study pack for each of the modules. Each module consists of a folder or folders containing a series of lessons grouped into topics. Each lesson has an introduction, your aims, study advice, self-assessment questions and a summary.

It is important that you realise that open learning study requires a considerable degree of self-discipline. You must be prepared to devote both time and effort to studying not withstanding other distractions that may be present.

How you are assessed

Assessment is by a range of integrated assignments, case studies, and projects completion of these assessments is negotiated with your module tutor.

Professional accreditation

The HND programme is a nationally recognised qualification awarded under licence from Edexcel.

Career opportunities

Students who complete this course can usually progress to the 1st year of an appropriate degree at a UK University.

An HND award opens up the possibility of a career in a wide range of engineering disciplines including design, manufacturing, project management and IT. The qualification provides you with the opportunity to seek career development into senior positions in national and international companies.

Entry requirements

Applicants should normally have a SQA or BTEC National Certificate in a similar or related discipline or GCSE A level qualifications in mathematics or science. Relevant engineering experience will also be considered.

For mature students with appropriate work experience a ‘bridging’ programme in mathematics may be required.

The HNC in Mechanical Engineering (Edexcel) consists of 16 HN modules:

Core modules:

  • Analytical Methods for Engineers
  • Mechanical Principles
  • Engineering Science
  • Project

Optional modules:

  • Application of Pneumatics and Hydraulics
  • Business Management Techniques
  • Control Systems and Automation
  • Engineering Applications
  • Engineering Design
  • Engineering Thermodynamics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Heat Transfer and Combustion
  • Materials Engineering
  • Mechatronic Systems Principles
  • Plant Services
  • Programmable Logic Controllers
  • Safety Engineering

Modules offered may vary.

HND in Mechanical Engineering Brief Module Description:

Analytical Methods for Engineers

The primary aim of this module is to provide you with the fundamental analytical knowledge and techniques needed to successfully complete the core modules of Higher National Engineering programmes.

It is also intended as a base for the further study of analytical methods and mathematics, needed for more advanced option modules. The module is designed to enable you to use fundamental algebra, trigonometry, calculus, statistics and probability, for the analysis, modelling and solution of realistic engineering problems at Higher National level.

Mechanical Principles 

Engineering Science

The aim of this module is to investigate a number of major scientific principles which underpin the design and operation of engineering systems.

It is a broad-based unit, covering both mechanical and electrical principles. Its intention is to give you an overview which will provide you with the basis for further study in specialist areas of engineering.

Project

This module develops your ability to use the knowledge and skills that you have developed at work and/or on the course to complete a realistic work project. It aims to integrate the skills and knowledge developed in other modules within a major piece of work that reflects the type of performance expected of a higher technician at work.

Application of Pneumatics and Hydraulics

The aim of this module is to extend students’ knowledge and understanding of fluid power systems in modern industry by investigating pneumatic and hydraulic diagrams, examining the characteristics of components and equipment, and evaluating the applications of pneumatics and hydraulics.

Business Management Techniques

This module develops your knowledge and understanding of the functions, structures and inter-relationships of an engineering business. It enables you to develop and apply the skills of costing, financial planning and control associated with engineered products or services.

The module also teaches you to appreciate the development of the fundamental concepts of project planning and scheduling that can be applied within an engineering organisation.

Control Systems and Automation

This module is intended to give students an insight into the principles of control engineering and how these principles can be used to model engineering systems and processes.

Engineering Applications

 

Engineering Design

The aim of this module is to give you an opportunity to experience the process of carrying out a design project. It will enable you to appreciate that design involves synthesising parameters which will affect the design solution.

Engineering Thermodynamics

The aim of this module is to introduce you to the principles and laws of thermodynamics and their application to engineering thermodynamic systems. It covers system definition, the first and second laws of thermodynamics, heat engine cycles, the measurement of engine performance and the layout and performance of steam plant.

Fluid Mechanics

 You investigate problems related to the storage of water in bulk and to its conveyance in known quantities through pipelines, rivers and open channels. You use your knowledge of the basic properties of water at rest and in motion for this, and consider the natural water cycle (hydrological cycle) and how humans have interacted with it to produce the hydrosocial cycle for our own use and benefit.

Rainfall is a major component of the hydrological cycle and the module provides an insight into rainfall types, rainfall losses and rainfall runoff. Water and wastewater treatment are also introduced, along with topics such as the hydrological cycle, rainfall, fluid statics, pipe flow and channel flow.

 Heat Transfer and Combustion

This module is intended to develop students’ knowledge of principles and empirical relationships to enable them to solve practical problems involving heat transfer, combustion and the specification of practical engineering equipment.

Materials Engineering

The aim of this module is to provide you with basic background knowledge and understanding of the properties, selection, processing and use of materials.

Mechatronic Systems Principles

Plant Services

Programmable Logic Controllers

Safety Engineering

This module covers the fundamentals of contemporary Safety Engineering as applied to industrial processes. It consists of an introduction to the terminology, the nature and treatment of hazards, hazard analysis, risk assessment, emergency procedures and the application of protective measures associated with various hazards.

The main aims of the module are to provide a firm foundation for work in Safety Engineering and to act a basis for more advanced studies of safety practices.

Students will be provided with a learning pack where core subjects are presented in sequenced lessons that include self assessment questions with solutions to aid developmental learning. Module assessment comprises a formative element and a summative element. The formative assessment comprises a series of self assessment questions and answers at the end of each lesson. Feedback is also given to the students through email or by telephone. The summative assessment involves a single in course assessment comprising several elements.

 

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HND in Manufacturing Engineering

Building Services Engineering is a broad-based discipline involving the design, installation and maintenance of all the systems and equipment required to provide us with a safe and comfortable built environment.

The MSc in Building Services Engineering is a NEW programme with attendance (blended learning) but quite a few modules are by distance learning.

With building projects worldwide and a greater awareness of global environmental issues, the role and contribution of the Building Services Engineer is assured. Employment in the building services industry covers a wide spectrum of activities throughout the design to operation stages of a range of building types from domestic, commercial, industrial and leisure. Opportunities can be found in a wide variety of industries ie consultant design engineers, contractors, local authorities, hospital boards etc. Our graduates continually find meaningful employment within their chosen profession and are snapped up by major blue-chip companies.

Programme Structure – Core

Group Project (double module) Advanced Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer Advanced Electrical Power Systems Dynamics Systems Design 2 Energy / Environment – (2 from 3) Energy Technology 2 Resources and Sustainability Environmental Planning & Impact Assessment

Management – (2 from 3) Project Management Strategic Facilities Management Management – Plant Installation & Commissioning Project

The next in-take is September 2011. Minimum entrance qualifications is a honours degree (minimum lower second class – 2/2) in a related field.

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HND Instrumentation & Control Modules (Edexcel)

HND in Instrumentation & Control Engineering Modules by distance learning – Course Contents

HND – Instrumentation & Control – Edexcel

It should also be said that each of these HN modules are stand alone courses and are all achievements in their own merit. They are also often used for CPD (continuous professional development) to assist career progression. They are more commonly used as part of the HNC / HND engineering framework award by Pearson Edexcel.

The Higher National Diploma (HND) in Instrumentation & Control Engineering (accredited by Edexcel) provides you with a programme of study over a range of disciplines to help you develop skills to progress your career through employment or further education at degree level.

The course is designed for learners who wish to work as technicians/technician engineers in electrical and electronics design, manufacture, maintenance, testing or fault finding. It has been developed in consultation with local industry, and combines theory and practical work with the focus being on industrial applications.

What you study

You study 16 units chosen to cover the range of needs of local and national industries and business.

The HND provides a sound understanding of all key principles including core modules in Instrumentation and Control Principles, Analytical Methods, Engineering Science and a project. Further specialist subjects may include Programmable Logic Controllers and Electronics

How you learn

You are provided with a self-contained comprehensive study pack for each of the modules. Each module consists of a folder or folders containing a series of lessons grouped into topics. Each lesson has an introduction, your aims, study advice, self-assessment questions and a summary.

It is important that you realise that open learning study requires a considerable degree of self-discipline. You must be prepared to devote both time and effort to studying not withstanding other distractions that may be present.

How you are assessed

Assessment is by a range of integrated assignments, case studies, and projects completion of these assessments is negotiated with your module tutor.

Professional accreditation

The HNC programme is a nationally recognised qualification awarded under licence from Edexcel.

Career opportunities

Students who complete this course can usually progress to the 1st year of an appropriate degree at a UK University.

An HNC award opens up the possibility of a career in a wide range of engineering disciplines including design, manufacturing, project management and IT. The qualification provides you with the opportunity to seek career development into senior positions in national and international companies.

Entry requirements

Applicants should normally have a SQA or BTEC National Certificate in a similar or related discipline or GCSE A level qualifications in mathematics or science. Relevant engineering experience will also be considered.

For mature students with appropriate work experience a ‘bridging’ programme in mathematics may be required.

The HND in Instrumentation & Control Engineering (Edexcel) consists of 16 HN modules:

Core modules:

  • Analytical Methods for Engineers
  • Engineering Science
  • Instrumentation & Control Principles
  • Project

Optional modules:

  • Analytical Instrumentation
  • Application of Pneumatics and Hydraulics
  • Business Management Techniques
  • Combinational and Sequential Logic
  • Control Systems and Automation
  • Digital and Analogue Devices and Circuits
  • Distributed Control Systems
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility
  • Electronics
  • Engineering Applications
  • Engineering Design
  • Microprocessor Systems
  • Operational Amplifiers
  • Programmable Logic Controllers
  • Safety Engineering

Modules offered may vary.

HND in Instrumentation & Control Engineering Brief Module Description:

Analytical Methods for Engineers

The primary aim of this module is to provide you with the fundamental analytical knowledge and techniques needed to successfully complete the core modules of Higher National Engineering programmes.

It is also intended as a base for the further study of analytical methods and mathematics, needed for more advanced option modules. The module is designed to enable you to use fundamental algebra, trigonometry, calculus, statistics and probability, for the analysis, modelling and solution of realistic engineering problems at Higher National level.

Engineering Science 

The aim of this module is to investigate a number of major scientific principles which underpin the design and operation of engineering systems.

It is a broad-based unit, covering both mechanical and electrical principles. Its intention is to give you an overview which will provide you with the basis for further study in specialist areas of engineering.

Instrumentation & Control Principles

This module establishes the principles of instrumentation and control. It follows in detail the generation of a signal from the process variable via a range of possible transducers, its subsequent conditioning and transmission, and final presentation to an output actuator or valve. The module also analyses control systems and the techniques used in process loop tuning.

Students will be provided with a learning pack where core subjects are presented in sequenced lessons that include self assessment questions with solutions to aid developmental learning. Module assessment comprises a formative element and a summative element. The formative assessment is a series of self assessment questions and answers at the end of each lesson. Feedback is also given to the students through email or by telephone. The summative assessment involves a single in course assessment comprising several elements

Project

This module develops your ability to use the knowledge and skills that you have developed at work and/or on the course to complete a realistic work project. It aims to integrate the skills and knowledge developed in other modules within a major piece of work that reflects the type of performance expected of a higher technician at work.

Analytical Instrumentation

This module is concerned with modern techniques of detecting variables in industrial processes. The aim of these techniques is to ensure that the measurement, or sampled quantity, is representative of the measureand.

The module also aims to develop an understanding of modern measurement principles and recognition of how these concepts are applied in the design of commercial instruments for the measurement of both analytical and chemical composition variables.

Application of Pnuematics and Hydraulics

The aim of this module is to extend students’ knowledge and understanding of fluid power systems in modern industry by investigating pneumatic and hydraulic diagrams, examining the characteristics of components and equipment, and evaluating the applications of pneumatics and hydraulics.

Business Management Techniques

This module develops your knowledge and understanding of the functions, structures and inter-relationships of an engineering business. It enables you to develop and apply the skills of costing, financial planning and control associated with engineered products or services.

The module also teaches you to appreciate the development of the fundamental concepts of project planning and scheduling that can be applied within an engineering organisation.

Combinational and Sequential Logic

Control Systems and Automation

This module is intended to give students an insight into the principles of control engineering and how these principles can be used to model engineering systems and processes.

Digital and Analogue Devices and Circuits

 

 Distributed Control Systems

The aim of this module is to investigate Distributed Control System concepts and their applications in engineering. It focuses on the design characteristics and internal architecture of Distributed Control Systems and how they interact.

Students will be provided with a learning pack where core subjects are presented in sequenced lessons that include self assessment questions with solutions to aid developmental learning. Module assessment comprises a formative element and a summative element. The formative assessment is a series of self assessment questions and answers at the end of each lesson. Feedback is also given to the students through email or by telephone. The summative assessment involves a single in course assessment comprising several elements

Electromagnetic Compatibility

 

 Electronics

To extend the depth of your understanding of analogue electronics, especially in the context of integrated circuits, this module covers the interaction of circuit segments (loading), temperature dependence and device variability, and how to robustly design around these problems.

You use the ‘library’ of common configurations to build larger circuits and to see how integration and component matching facilitates complex general and application-specific circuits, with examples drawn from the variety of analogue devices currently available.

Laboratories enable you to perform analysis, simulation and synthesis of relevant circuit

Engineering Applications

 

 

 Engineering Design

The aim of this module is to give you an opportunity to experience the process of carrying out a design project. It will enable you to appreciate that design involves synthesising parameters which will affect the design solution.

Microprocessor Systems

 

Operational Amplifiers

 

 

Programmable Logic Controllers

 

 

Safety Engineering

This module covers the fundamentals of contemporary Safety Engineering as applied to industrial processes. It consists of an introduction to the terminology, the nature and treatment of hazards, hazard analysis, risk assessment, emergency procedures and the application of protective measures associated with various hazards.

The main aims of the module are to provide a firm foundation for work in Safety Engineering and to act a basis for more advanced studies of safety practices.

Students will be provided with a learning pack where core subjects are presented in sequenced lessons that include self assessment questions with solutions to aid developmental learning. Module assessment comprises a formative element and a summative element. The formative assessment comprises a series of self assessment questions and answers at the end of each lesson. Feedback is also given to the students through email or by telephone. The summative assessment involves a single in course assessment comprising several elements.

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B.Eng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering Modules

Building Services Engineering is a broad-based discipline involving the design, installation and maintenance of all the systems and equipment required to provide us with a safe and comfortable built environment.

The MSc in Building Services Engineering is a NEW programme with attendance (blended learning) but quite a few modules are by distance learning.

With building projects worldwide and a greater awareness of global environmental issues, the role and contribution of the Building Services Engineer is assured. Employment in the building services industry covers a wide spectrum of activities throughout the design to operation stages of a range of building types from domestic, commercial, industrial and leisure. Opportunities can be found in a wide variety of industries ie consultant design engineers, contractors, local authorities, hospital boards etc. Our graduates continually find meaningful employment within their chosen profession and are snapped up by major blue-chip companies.

Programme Structure – Core

Group Project (double module) Advanced Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer Advanced Electrical Power Systems Dynamics Systems Design 2 Energy / Environment – (2 from 3) Energy Technology 2 Resources and Sustainability Environmental Planning & Impact Assessment

Management – (2 from 3) Project Management Strategic Facilities Management Management – Plant Installation & Commissioning Project

The next in-take is September 2013. Minimum entrance qualifications is a honours degree (minimum lower second class – 2/2) in a related field.

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B.Eng (Hons) Building Services Engineering Modules


B.Eng (Hons) in Building Services Engineering Modules – Course Contents

 

In-take is twice yearly: January and August.

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HND Electrical & Electronic Modules (Edexcel)


HND in Electrical & Electronics Modules by distance learning – Course Contents

HND – Electrical & Electronic – Edexcel

It should also be said that each of these HN modules are stand alone courses and are all achievements in their own merit. They are also often used for CPD (continuous professional development) to assist career progression. They are more commonly used as part of the HNC / HND engineering framework award by Pearson Edexcel.

The Higher National Diploma (HND) in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (accredited by Edexcel) provides you with a programme of study over a range of disciplines to help you develop skills to progress your career through employment or further education at degree level.

The course is designed for learners who wish to work as technicians/technician engineers in electrical and electronics design, manufacture, maintenance, testing or fault finding. It has been developed in consultation with local industry, and combines theory and practical work with the focus being on industrial applications.

What you study

You study 8 units chosen to cover the range of needs of local and national industries and business.

The HND provides a sound understanding of all key principles including core modules in Electrical Principles, Analytical Methods, Engineering Science and a project. Further specialist subjects may include Programmable Logic Controllers and Electronics

How you learn

You are provided with a self-contained comprehensive study pack for each of the modules. Each module consists of a folder or folders containing a series of lessons grouped into topics. Each lesson has an introduction, your aims, study advice, self-assessment questions and a summary.

It is important that you realise that open learning study requires a considerable degree of self-discipline. You must be prepared to devote both time and effort to studying not withstanding other distractions that may be present.

How you are assessed

Assessment is by a range of integrated assignments, case studies, and projects completion of these assessments is negotiated with your module tutor.

Professional accreditation

The HND programme is a nationally recognised qualification awarded under licence from Edexcel.

Career opportunities

Students who complete this course can usually progress to the 2nd or 3rd year of an appropriate degree at a UK University.

An HND award opens up the possibility of a career in a wide range of engineering disciplines including design, manufacturing, project management and IT. The qualification provides you with the opportunity to seek career development into senior positions in national and international companies.

Entry requirements

Applicants should normally have a SQA or BTEC National Certificate in a similar or related discipline or GCSE A level qualifications in mathematics or science. Relevant engineering experience will also be considered.

For mature students with appropriate work experience a ‘bridging’ programme in mathematics may be required.

The HND in Electrical & Electronic Engineering consists of 16 modules:

Core modules

  • Analytical Methods for Engineers
  • Electrical and Electronic Principles
  • Engineering Science
  • Project

Optional modules

  • Application of Pneumatics and Hydraulics
  • Business Management Techniques
  • Combinational and Sequential Logic
  • Control Systems and Automation
  • Digital and Analogue Devices and Circuits
  • Distributed Control Systems
  • Electrical Machines
  • Electrical Services
  • Electrical Supply and Distribution Systems
  • Electrical System Protection
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility
  • Electronics
  • Engineering Applications
  • Engineering Design
  • Lighting
  • Mechatronic Systems Principles
  • Microprocessor Systems
  • Operational Amplifiers
  • Programmable Logic Controllers
  • Safety Engineering
  • Semiconductor Physical Electronics

Modules offered may vary.

HND in Electrical & Electronic Engineering Brief Module Description:

Analytical Methods for Engineers

The primary aim of this module is to provide you with the fundamental analytical knowledge and techniques needed to successfully complete the core modules of Higher National Engineering programmes.

It is also intended as a base for the further study of analytical methods and mathematics, needed for more advanced option modules. The module is designed to enable you to use fundamental algebra, trigonometry, calculus, statistics and probability, for the analysis, modelling and solution of realistic engineering problems at Higher National level.

Electrical & Electronics Principles

We cover the fundamentals of electrical circuit theory, analysis of electrical circuits, give you an understanding of simple analogue and digital circuits and an appreciation of their application to engineering problems.

We look at voltage, current, power, energy, resistance and impedance.  Also, magnetic fields and inductance, electric fields and capacitance, Kirchhoff’s Laws.  We examine time varying voltages and currents, effects on inductors and capacitors, sinusoidal voltage and current use of symbolic notation.

You also study power, reactive power and apparent power, circuit analysis techniques, mesh and nodal analysis, transistors and properties of amplifiers.

Our primary method of teaching is lectures supported by laboratory sessions, tutorials, problem solving and directed learning.

You learn how to:

  • understand and use key elements of electrical and electronic theory
  • apply given tools in the solution of well defined electrical and      electronic engineering problems
  • apply numerical skills to simple electrical and electronic      engineering problems
  • use basic IT tools and specialist software to solve simple      electrical and electronic engineering problems.

Engineering Science

The aim of this module is to investigate a number of major scientific principles which underpin the design and operation of engineering systems.

It is a broad-based unit, covering both mechanical and electrical principles. Its intention is to give you an overview which will provide you with the basis for further study in specialist areas of engineering.

Project

This module develops your ability to use the knowledge and skills that you have developed at work and/or on the course to complete a realistic work project. It aims to integrate the skills and knowledge developed in other modules within a major piece of work that reflects the type of performance expected of a higher technician at work.

Application of Pneumatics and Hydraulics

The aim of this module is to extend students’ knowledge and understanding of fluid power systems in modern industry by investigating pneumatic and hydraulic diagrams, examining the characteristics of components and equipment, and evaluating the applications of pneumatics and hydraulics.

Business Management Techniques

This module develops your knowledge and understanding of the functions, structures and inter-relationships of an engineering business. It enables you to develop and apply the skills of costing, financial planning and control associated with engineered products or services.

The module also teaches you to appreciate the development of the fundamental concepts of project planning and scheduling that can be applied within an engineering organisation.

Control Systems and Automation

This module is intended to give students an insight into the principles of control engineering and how these principles can be used to model engineering systems and processes.

Distributed Control Systems

The aim of this module is to investigate Distributed Control System concepts and their applications in engineering. It focuses on the design characteristics and internal architecture of Distributed Control Systems and how they interact.

Students will be provided with a learning pack where core subjects are presented in sequenced lessons that include self assessment questions with solutions to aid developmental learning. Module assessment comprises a formative element and a summative element. The formative assessment is a series of self assessment questions and answers at the end of each lesson. Feedback is also given to the students through email or by telephone. The summative assessment involves a single in course assessment comprising several elements.

Electrical Machines

You study electrical machines and cover all the major machines: DC, induction, and synchronous, as well as some special machines including stepper and variable reluctance motors.

You also perform in-depth investigations into machine performance and operation characteristics, in both analytical and experimental methods, using laboratory setups and software packages (Pspice & Matlab) for the analysis of DC and AC machine performance during practical sessions.

Electronics

To extend the depth of your understanding of analogue electronics, especially in the context of integrated circuits, this module covers the interaction of circuit segments (loading), temperature dependence and device variability, and how to robustly design around these problems.

You use the ‘library’ of common configurations to build larger circuits and to see how integration and component matching facilitates complex general and application-specific circuits, with examples drawn from the variety of analogue devices currently available.

Laboratories enable you to perform analysis, simulation and synthesis of relevant circuit configurations, both using components on Breadboard and by simulation in SPICE.

Engineering Design

The aim of this module is to give you an opportunity to experience the process of carrying out a design project. It will enable you to appreciate that design involves synthesising parameters which will affect the design solution.

Safety Engineering

This module covers the fundamentals of contemporary Safety Engineering as applied to industrial processes. It consists of an introduction to the terminology, the nature and treatment of hazards, hazard analysis, risk assessment, emergency procedures and the application of protective measures associated with various hazards.

The main aims of the module are to provide a firm foundation for work in Safety Engineering and to act a basis for more advanced studies of safety practices.

Students will be provided with a learning pack where core subjects are presented in sequenced lessons that include self assessment questions with solutions to aid developmental learning. Module assessment comprises a formative element and a summative element. The formative assessment comprises a series of self assessment questions and answers at the end of each lesson. Feedback is also given to the students through email or by telephone. The summative assessment involves a single in course assessment comprising several elements.

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HND Chemical Modules(Edexcel)


HND in Chemical Engineering Modules by distance learning – Course Contents

HND – Chemical Engineering– Edexcel

It should also be said that each of these HN modules are stand alone courses and are all achievements in their own merit. They are also often used for CPD (continuous professional development) to assist career progression. They are more commonly used as part of the HNC / HND engineering framework award by Pearson Edexcel.

The Higher National Diploma (HND) in Chemical Engineering (accredited by Edexcel) provides you with a programme of study over a range of disciplines to help you develop skills to progress your career through employment or further education at degree level.

The course is designed for learners who wish to work as technicians/technician engineers in electrical and electronics design, manufacture, maintenance, testing or fault finding. It has been developed in consultation with local industry, and combines theory and practical work with the focus being on industrial applications.

What you study

You study 8 units chosen to cover the range of needs of local and national industries and business.

The HND provides a sound understanding of all key principles including core modules in Electrical Principles, Analytical Methods, Engineering Science and a project. Further specialist subjects may include Programmable Logic Controllers and Electronics

How you learn

You are provided with a self-contained comprehensive study pack for each of the modules. Each module consists of a folder or folders containing a series of lessons grouped into topics. Each lesson has an introduction, your aims, study advice, self-assessment questions and a summary.

It is important that you realise that open learning study requires a considerable degree of self-discipline. You must be prepared to devote both time and effort to studying not withstanding other distractions that may be present.

How you are assessed

Assessment is by a range of integrated assignments, case studies, and projects completion of these assessments is negotiated with your module tutor.

Professional accreditation

The HND programme is a nationally recognised qualification awarded under licence from Edexcel.

Career opportunities

Students who complete this course can usually progress to the 2nd or 3rd year of an appropriate degree at a UK University.

A HND award opens up the possibility of a career in a wide range of engineering disciplines including design, manufacturing, project management and IT. The qualification provides you with the opportunity to seek career development into senior positions in national and international companies.

Entry requirements

Applicants should normally have a SQA or BTEC National Certificate in a similar or related discipline or GCSE A level qualifications in mathematics or science. Relevant engineering experience will also be considered.

For mature students with appropriate work experience a ‘bridging’ programme in mathematics may be required.

The HND in Chemical Engineering (Edexcel) consists of 16 HN modules:

Core modules:

  • Analytical Methods for Engineers
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Heat Transfer and Combustion
  • Mass and Energy Balances
  • Mass Transfer Operations
  • Project

Optional modules:

  • Analytical Instrumentation
  • Business Management Techniques
  • Chemical Engineering Unit Operations 1
  • Chemical Engineering Unit Operations 2
  • Control Systems and Automation
  • Engineering Applications
  • Engineering Design
  • Engineering Thermodynamics
  • Materials Engineering
  • Measurement of Process Variables
  • Safety Engineering

Modules offered may vary.

HND in Chemical Engineering Brief Module Description:

Analytical Methods for Engineers

The primary aim of this module is to provide you with the fundamental analytical knowledge and techniques needed to successfully complete the core modules of Higher National Engineering programmes.

It is also intended as a base for the further study of analytical methods and mathematics, needed for more advanced option modules. The module is designed to enable you to use fundamental algebra, trigonometry, calculus, statistics and probability, for the analysis, modelling and solution of realistic engineering problems at Higher National level.

Fluid Mechanics

You investigate problems related to the storage of water in bulk and to its conveyance in known quantities through pipelines, rivers and open channels. You use your knowledge of the basic properties of water at rest and in motion for this, and consider the natural water cycle (hydrological cycle) and how humans have interacted with it to produce the hydrosocial cycle for our own use and benefit.

Rainfall is a major component of the hydrological cycle and the module provides an insight into rainfall types, rainfall losses and rainfall runoff. Water and wastewater treatment are also introduced, along with topics such as the hydrological cycle, rainfall, fluid statics, pipe flow and channel flow.

Heat Transfer and Combustion

This module is intended to develop students’ knowledge of principles and empirical relationships to enable them to solve practical problems involving heat transfer, combustion and the specification of practical engineering equipment.

Mass and Energy Balances

The importance of stoichiometry and mass balances is widely known and accepted in the chemical, biochemical and other related industries. Concepts and skills necessary for understanding of the above topics are provided in this module to help you develop the skills you need to work as a chemist. Where possible, you make an industrial visit during the academic year and improve your problem-solving skills through addressing a case study that you develop with a local industrial partner company

Mass Transfer Operations

This module will enable you to develop an understanding of basic theories of mass transfer and phase equilibria and to be able to specify and design equipment for distillation, gas absorption, liquid extraction and leaching processes.

Project

This module develops your ability to use the knowledge and skills that you have developed at work and/or on the course to complete a realistic work project. It aims to integrate the skills and knowledge developed in other modules within a major piece of work that reflects the type of performance expected of a higher technician at work.

Analytical Instrumentation

Business Management Techniques

This module develops your knowledge and understanding of the functions, structures and inter-relationships of an engineering business. It enables you to develop and apply the skills of costing, financial planning and control associated with engineered products or services.

The module also teaches you to appreciate the development of the fundamental concepts of project planning and scheduling that can be applied within an engineering organisation.

Chemical Engineering Unit Operations 1

Chemical Engineering Unit Operations 1

Control Systems and Automation

This module is intended to give students an insight into the principles of control engineering and how these principles can be used to model engineering systems and processes.

Engineering Applications

Engineering Design

The aim of this module is to give you an opportunity to experience the process of carrying out a design project. It will enable you to appreciate that design involves synthesising parameters which will affect the design solution.

Engineering Thermodynamics

The aim of this module is to introduce you to the principles and laws of thermodynamics and their application to engineering thermodynamic systems. It covers system definition, the first and second laws of thermodynamics, heat engine cycles, the measurement of engine performance and the layout and performance of steam plant.

Materials Engineering

The aim of this module is to provide you with basic background knowledge and understanding of the properties, selection, processing and use of materials.

Measurement of Process Variables

Level, pressure, flow and temperature are the most common industrial process variables and the aim of this module is to provide an understanding of the principles of measurement of these variables and describe the associated measuring systems and instruments.

Students will be provided with a learning pack where core subjects are presented in sequenced lessons that include self assessment questions with solutions to aid developmental learning. Module assessment comprises a formative element and a summative element. The formative assessment is a series of self assessment questions and answers at the end of each lesson. Feedback is also given to the students through email or by telephone. The summative assessment involves a single in course assessment comprising several elements.

Safety Engineering

This module covers the fundamentals of contemporary Safety Engineering as applied to industrial processes. It consists of an introduction to the terminology, the nature and treatment of hazards, hazard analysis, risk assessment, emergency procedures and the application of protective measures associated with various hazards.

The main aims of the module are to provide a firm foundation for work in Safety Engineering and to act a basis for more advanced studies of safety practices.

Students will be provided with a learning pack where core subjects are presented in sequenced lessons that include self assessment questions with solutions to aid developmental learning. Module assessment comprises a formative element and a summative element. The formative assessment comprises a series of self assessment questions and answers at the end of each lesson. Feedback is also given to the students through email or by telephone. The summative assessment involves a single in course assessment comprising several elements.

 

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