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    Hi I got an offer letter from Coventry University and Hertfordshire University for studying my master degree. I would like to know among these two which would be the best place to study? Also I would like to know about the classes and laboratory facilities? Can anyone please suugest me as Soon as Possible? I prefer Coventry the most so can anyone be able help me to find the right university for my course?
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    Hey,

    Only you can decide which is the best choice for yourself. However, to answer your question about facilities and modules of study:

    The course has the following modules:

    Engineering and Project Management;
    Computer Aided Engineering;
    Vehicle Refinement;
    Advanced Manufacturing Processes and Materials;
    Vehicle Structures and Aerodynamics;
    Powertrain and Engine Dynamics;
    Automotive Systems Design Group Project.

    In addition, participants must satisfactorily complete an individual project.


    In terms of facilities, there are quite a lot, including:

    The engine test facility which contains an AVL computerised test cell comprising a 220kW AC dynamometer. Emission equipment includes a suite of Cambustion fast-response emission analysers (~10ms) for the measurement of NO/NO2, CO/CO2 and HC. Each analyser has two sampling heads permitting time resolved conversion efficiency of after-treatment devices. Other emissions equipment includes two wide band lambda sensors, and Horiba analysers for the measurement of CO, CO2, NO, NO2, O2, HC and NH3.

    The flow laboratory is equipped with air flow rigs both for isothermal and non-isothermal studies. Equipment comprises a TSI 2-component LDA/PDA system for the measurement of droplet size distribution and velocities in sprays, a stereo PIV system for full flow field measurement and a multichannel how-wire anemometry system (HWA) with an automated calibration unit. The laboratory also contains 2- and 3-axis computerised traverse systems.

    These are just two of the laboratories which we have in our 2000sq metre High Performance Engineering Centre, in addition to this we have metrology laboratories, a high-precision wind tunnel designed and built by the Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 team and loads more.

    If you are local to Coventry, we can always arrange for tours of our facilities, or we also have a virtual tour here: ectour.coventry.ac.uk


    If you would like any more in-depth information, drop us an email to [email protected] and we'll put you in touch with the relevant people for the question

    Hope the above is useful for you.

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    James
    Faculty of Engineering and Computing
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    I also got an offer from coventry and sussex for Msc in Automotive engg. Even i was considering Coventry since iv heard that its a very good university specially for this course.
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    Hey,

    Only you can decide which is the best choice for yourself. However, to answer your question about facilities and modules of study:

    The course has the following modules:

    Engineering and Project Management;
    Computer Aided Engineering;
    Vehicle Refinement;
    Advanced Manufacturing Processes and Materials;
    Vehicle Structures and Aerodynamics;
    Powertrain and Engine Dynamics;
    Automotive Systems Design Group Project.

    In addition, participants must satisfactorily complete an individual project.


    In terms of facilities, there are quite a lot, including:

    The engine test facility which contains an AVL computerised test cell comprising a 220kW AC dynamometer. Emission equipment includes a suite of Cambustion fast-response emission analysers (~10ms) for the measurement of NO/NO2, CO/CO2 and HC. Each analyser has two sampling heads permitting time resolved conversion efficiency of after-treatment devices. Other emissions equipment includes two wide band lambda sensors, and Horiba analysers for the measurement of CO, CO2, NO, NO2, O2, HC and NH3.

    The flow laboratory is equipped with air flow rigs both for isothermal and non-isothermal studies. Equipment comprises a TSI 2-component LDA/PDA system for the measurement of droplet size distribution and velocities in sprays, a stereo PIV system for full flow field measurement and a multichannel how-wire anemometry system (HWA) with an automated calibration unit. The laboratory also contains 2- and 3-axis computerised traverse systems.

    These are just two of the laboratories which we have in our 2000sq metre High Performance Engineering Centre, in addition to this we have metrology laboratories, a high-precision wind tunnel designed and built by the Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 team and loads more.

    If you are local to Coventry, we can always arrange for tours of our facilities, or we also have a virtual tour here: ectour.coventry.ac.uk


    If you would like any more in-depth information, drop us an email to [email protected] and we'll put you in touch with the relevant people for the question

    Hope the above is useful for you.

    Regards,
    James
    Faculty of Engineering and Computing

    Dear James,

    Thanks for your reply. The information which you provide is very useful for me.
 
 
 
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