Major Branches of Engineering

Major Branches of Engineering

Major Branches of Engineering

Acoustic Engineering: Designing of buildings and rooms to make them quiet, improving conditions for listening to speech and music in auditoriums and halls and developing techniques and sound absorbing materials to reduce noise pollution

Aerospace Engineering: Developing of various technologies relating to aircrafts, spaceships and missiles that are designed for flight in the earth?s atmosphere and in outer space

Aeronautical Engineering: Applying engineering principles and techniques to the design construction and operation of aircrafts

Agricultural Engineering: Designing agricultural equipment, erosion control and irrigation and land conservation projects, and processing, transporting and storing of agricultural products

Automobiles Engineering: Developing various technologies relating to automobiles and other motor vehicles and their design and management of production

Biomedical Engineering: Applying engineering techniques to health related problems

Chemical Engineering: Deals with the large-scale processing of chemicals and chemical products for industrial and consumer uses

Civil Engineering :

Computer Engineering: Developing and improving computers, storage and printout units and computer information network

Electrical Engineering: Developing, producing and testing of electrical and electronic devises and equipment, such as, generators to produce and distribute electricity, electric motors and other electrical machinery, transmission lines

Electronics Engineering: Concerns the production of communication equipment, computers, medical and scientific instruments, radar, radio and TV sets

Environmental Engineering: Overall efforts to prevent and control air, water, soil and noise pollution using various engineering techniques

Industrial Engineering: Applying engineering analysis and techniques to the production of goods and techniques more particularly mathematical models developed on computer to simulate flow of work through the organisation and to evaluate the effects of any proposed changes (see also Production Engineering)

Instrumentation and Control Engineering: Designing and using scientific instruments for purpose, such as, communication, control, computation, direction, or measurement

Marine Engineering: Concerns the production of propelling machinery and auxiliary equipment for use on ships

Materials Engineering: Concerns the structure, properties, production and use of various material ? metallic and non-metallic 9including synthetic) ? Substances

Mechanical Engineering: Concerns production transmission and the use of mechanical power, designing, operating and testing of all kinds of machines

Metallurgical Engineering: Separating metals from their ores and preparing them for use, i.e., refining them to a pure state (extractive metallurgy) and converting refined materials into useful finished products (physical metallurgy)

Mining Engineering: The integrated application of multiple scientific and engineering disciplines to the extraction of natural materials from the earth?s crust

Naval Architecture: The design and construction of ships and other vehicles

Nuclear Engineering: The handling, control and application of nuclear materials and reactors for generating useful energy

Ocean Engineering: The design and installation of all kinds of equipment used in oceans

Petroleum Engineering: The production, storage and transporting petroleum and natural gas

Production Engineering: The design and operation of productive processes and facilities (see also Industrial Engineering)

Textile Engineering: Concerns machinery and processes used to produce both natural and synthetic fibres and fabrics

Transportation Engineering: The efforts to make transportation safer, more economical and efficient.

Major Branches of Engineering