Toronto, ON (PRWEB) April 30, 2013
Following thorough research Metro College has discovered that more and more mechanical engineering positions require specific knowledge of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).
Metro College programs are employment based, and are updated when there are industry developments. In the ever evolving filed of mechanical engineering, it is vital that education programs stay up to date with technology developments and ensure students are well prepared for employment upon graduation.
To ensure that students of the Mechanical Engineering Diploma Toronto develop job ready knowledge and transferable skills, the program has been revised to include both Finite Element Analysis and Computational Fluid Dynamics.
CFD is a branch of Fluid mechanics that uses numerical methods and algorithms to solve and analyze problems involving fluid and heat flows. Computers are used to perform the calculations required to simulate the interaction of liquids and gases with surfaces defined by boundary conditions. With todays’ high-speed computers, better solutions can be achieved.
With the addition of CFD and FEA, Metro College students will be provided with the latest and most advanced industry technology and design tools along with an enhanced ability to perform advanced mechanical designs.
In addition to these developments, the Mechanical Engineering Design program includes:
- Engineering practice integrated in teaching contents.
- Thorough analysis of mechanical engineering design principles.
- State of the art computer aided design software programs.
- Well qualified instructors with current professional experience in mechanical engineering.
- An industry-based project and co-op job placement providing students with hands-on work experience.
More about the Toronto Metro College of Technology:
The Metro College of Technology is a private career college located in the heart of Toronto, and well-known for its practical and advanced courses and programs, specializing in adult education. Metro College training programs combine in-depth theoretical learning with hands-on applied experience and offer the best preparation for life-long employment.
Conveniently located in downtown Toronto, the College has easy access to libraries, public transit, and convenient parking. Courses and programs at Metro College are taught by professors and instructors who hold advanced degrees, and are experienced specialists in their particular field.
Read more about Toronto Metro College: http://metroc.ca/
Location: 203 College Street. Toronto, Ontario, M5T 1P9
Phone: (416) 585-9880