Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology
This module will include extensive laboratory experiments to test the principles and possible solutions of the proposed M Eng research project and will include inter alia the following. These will include hardware and/or software experiments: (i) Introduction to instrumentation and measuring techniques in general and specifically as applied in the field of research. (ii) Structured laboratory work to introduce the specific problem investigated for the research undertaken. (iii) Structured laboratory work to test the proposed solution for the problem addressed. (iv) Confirmation experiments.
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