Archive for the ‘Mechanical Engineering’ Category

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Bath part of new project connecting virtual hybrid vehicle research

The University of Bath is part of a new three year project to investigate the feasibility of testing different aspects of distributed hybrid vehicle powertrains in a real-time virtual environment.

Bath students hoping to send their experiment to the moon

Three Aerospace Engineering students from the University of Bath are finalists in an international engineering competition, with the winners sending their experiment to the moon.

Tech Spark profiles our Team Bath Drones student group

A group of final-year students hope to take autonomous drones to new heights as they embark on the IMechE Unmanned Aircraft Systems competition for a second year running.

University of Bath, McLaren Automotive and BMW Group form new partnership

The University of Bath is part of a six-company partnership to design and develop technology for the next generation of cleaner, more powerful supercar powertrains.

Professors awarded VC's Research Medal

Gary Hawley & Chris Brace have received the Vice-Chancellor’s Research Medal for their automotive research

Automotive Professors awarded Research Medal

Professors Gary Hawley and Chris Brace have received the Vice-Chancellor’s Research Medal in recognition of their world-leading automotive research.

Funeral arrangements for Frank Sanville

We regret to announce the death on 1 December of Mr Frank Edward Sanville, a former member of staff in the School of Engineering (now the Department of Mechanical Engineering).

How can society offer freedom of transport in low carbon age?

Professor Jamie Turner (Mechanical Engineering) summarises his recent inaugural lecture on the challenges of transportation in the low carbon age.

Podcast: Challenging perspectives on disability & design

Co-founder of Motivation, David Constantine MBE, delivers the 48th Annual Designability Lecture, talking about his experiences as a wheelchair user and setting up a charity to give disabled people in the developing world access to wheelchairs using local materials and staff.

Students hope experiment will go to the moon in 2017

A team of Bath students are finalists in the global Lab2Moon challenge; if they win their experiment win a place on a spaceship next year.

From lab bench to backbench: University of Bath researchers visit politicians in Westminster

Three researchers from the University of Bath will be learning how their research can inform legislation when they visit the House of Commons for a week in Westminster.

Video production to help promote your project

PhD student Franco Botes offers a wealth of helpful tips on how to use videos to communicate projects

Expressions of Research exhibition - art engaging with research

Find out how artists have been working with our researchers at the Expressions of Research exhibition at 94-96 Walcot Street, Bath, 11am-6pm daily from 18-24 November.

Three Bath students shortlisted for Williams F1 Engineer Award

Bath students Mark Ascott, Robert Beynon and Oliver Cartlidge have all been named in the shortlist for the 2017 Autosport Williams Engineer of the Future Award, which brings an engineering student into the Williams Formula 1 team for an accelerated career development programme.

Taking to the air in human powered aircraft

Undergraduate Lewis Rawlinson, leader of our Bath University Man Powered AirCraft (BUMPAC) team, writes about their exploits at this summer's British Human Powered Flying Club (BHPFC Sywell) competition.

Professor James Turner gives inaugural lecture: Mon 24 Oct

Professor James Turner (Mechanical Engineering) will give his inaugural lecture titled 'Personal transportation in the low-carbon age – an unfashionable view from a pragmatist' on 24 October 2016.

‘Smart specialisation’ & links with SMEs

IAAPS can be an ideal candidate for smart specialisation supported by clusters of SMEs

Developing affordable, comfortable prosthetics

Fun, stress, excitement, uncertainty: Oscar Rovira (Integrated Mechanical & Electrical Engineering student), writes about overcoming the problem of costly and uncomfortable prosthetics, particularly for mine victims in war-torn countries.

Challenging & fun: a participant's view of Aurora & its aftermath

Marcelle McManus (Mechanical Engineering) embarked upon the Aurora development programme for women with trepidation; but is so glad she did it.