There are many opportunities after engineering with Thermal specialization. Candidates can work in Automobile, Petroleum, Oil, Gas, Transport, Aircraft industries, Railways, etc. in India and Abroad. Most of the opportunities are in production firms. Administrative posts like manager or executive posts are also available in private sectors.
Teaching is again a good option for interested candidates as this gives you chance to pursue research work side by side.
The main and popular designations which attract candidates are Plant Chemist maintenance Engineer, Trainee planner, Researcher, Field Service Engineer, etc.
Thermal Engineering is a popular branch of Engineering. It focuses on study if heating-cooling processes with reference to industrial equipments. It also teaches about selection of parts and components in industrial processes.
They train their students to take care of all aspect of heat generation and its removal in a system.
The course includes study of Steam Power Plants, Petroleum Refineries, Cooling of Devices, Gas turbine power plants, etc. It also includes Solar Appliances, I.C. Engines and Cold Storage systems.
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