Engineering is the branch of science and technology concerned with the design and building of machines and structure, this is the way that most people would describe engineering. But truly at the core of engineering, it is a field that is dealing with research and development in order to build and improve the society. The idea of what we now call engineering existed since people have created things to help make their lives better. It has evolved over the years as societies advanced. These advancements came with the improvement and application of technology, a specific example of this occurred during the Industrial Revolution.
Electrical engineering careers are the cream of the free world. Electrical engineering over time has brought about the invention of most the technology people use today. Electrical engineers by definition is “a branch of engineering that deals with the practical application of electricity especially as related to communications, the distribution of power, and the design and operation of machinery and equipment”. (merriam-webster, 2015). Electrical engineering has many different fields and professions.
The experience of these projects gave me an insight into the problems encountered during design and assembling the components and on-line solutions. The SYNOPSES of the projects are attached to this SOP. To hone my application skills, I have learnt Auto CAD, CATIA, ANSYS and Solidworks. I can confidently state that I have gained on-line and real time experience in using these tools. I had learnt Mat lab, Java and C and used them in my course work.
Mechanical Engineering is the core of all modern scientific development as it can help construct all types of machines, to reduce human efforts. I have always been fascinated with what mechanical engineering has helped accomplish, as engineers are able to build complex structures such as aircrafts and satellites. Physics and maths are two of the most important aspects of mechanical engineering and I personally enjoy pursuing these subjects and learning about atomic particles, kinetic motion, fluids as well as statics, dynamics and vectors in them. I am from India, which is a rapidly developing country where mechanical engineers can play a key role in developing my country as they can design various of machines and equipment that can be used in technological systems, buildings, vehicles etc. I have spent most of my life abroad India, and have seen various engineering projects.
Electrical Engineering is an industry that has changed the Universe. In a very little period it has changed the way we have looked at things since many centuries. It is one industry that is going to shape our future for millennium to come. Hence my desire to do masters in electrical engineering with VLSI as my major. My interest in Electrical dates back the early days of my high school.
Engineering, in some of its branches, is one of the oldest profession recorded in history (Crane 1921). Engineering societies may not be as powerful as the Medical and Bar Associations, however it is due to the sophisticated skills, judgement and exercise of discretion that allows the engineering practice to be defined as a “profession” as opposed to an “occupation” or “work”. As members of this important and learned profession, engineers are required to display the highest standards of honesty and integrity. The services provided by engineers that has a direct and vital impact on the quality of life for all people, require honesty, impartiality, fairness, and equity. Engineers must be dedicated to the protection of the public health, safety, and welfare and as such must be able to perform under a standard of professional behaviour that entails adherence to the highest principles of ethical conduct.
I found two kinds of people there, one who were working on the process and the other, who were working on the efficiency and optimization of the process. I found the other one more interesting. Watching them deriving the engineering solution using an understanding of production systems sparked my interest in this field, and I realized that it represented my
Modeling software like Pro Engineer, Solid Works, CATIA and many more are the best option available to create complex geometry for analysis. In this paper, CATIA is used to create the Gear geometry and then it is imported in ANSYS Workbench 13.0 for analysis. The results of ANSYS 13.0 are then compared with the AGMA standards for the specified gear set in contact. The purpose of this project is to develop a general model to study bending stress of spur gears in
From an early age mind games such as puzzles, chess and math games have stimulated me. Growing up, I learned that although engineering is a competitive field, an engineer must display his skill and expertise through innovation in order to stand out amongst his peers. Moreover, when I was in the second year of college, I found the course in Data Structures and Algorithms fascinating and realized that my competencies lie in competitive coding. Impassioned beyond words by this new consciousness, I spent hours on the web, practicing my aptitude on sites such as hackerrank, codechef and codeforces. In fact, I have won a number of intercollegiate and online competitions on the subject and have represented my college at the ACM ICPC 2017 event, ranking 31st in the Asia-Amritapuri onsite segment.
During the course of study, I was acquainted to diverse courses like Analog and Digital Communications, Microprocessor and Microcontrollers, Linear and digital integrated circuits, Satellite Communications, Digital Signal Processing. All these subjects provided me with a strong footing in the theoretical concepts of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering. I secured good results in my engineering. I attended few computer programming courses and got well versed in programming languages like C, C++ and JAVA. During my final year of engineering, I did a project on control of nonlinear system on performance basis using soft computing technique which I presented in National level conference held in Kongunadu Engineering College.