EEE or Mechanical? I am a type of a person who is very much interested in vehicles, airplanes and technology. As a result I find myself being interested in both.
Please comment from your experience (Seniors and others with knowledge) on both of these.
I was given EEE at my university which was my 2nd preference but now they have given me my 1st preference which is Mechanical, suddenly. I'm in such a dilemma now.
It is better if one can reply me regarding scopes after 4 years I have heard good about both.
I'm really interested in automobiles .however i feel it difficult to decide better mechanical engineering or EEE (Electronics and electrical)... i find both interesting when it comes to either.
please reply asap as i have to choose my major for my bachelors. I have heard that doing double majors taking 5 years (normal 4 years) at my university is not advisable because overspecialization isn't good! thanks! :)
I did my homework on the careers page at Tesla motors and found under intern/coop for engineering, requirements included understanding of thermodynamics and heat transfer (which is part of ME) http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH07/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=TESLA&cws=1...
Knowledge of electronics packaging issues: isolation, EMC, heat sinking and cooling, tolerances, materials, fastening, and machine design elements.
Experience with power semiconductors - IGBTs, Mosfets, and gate drive circuits.
Knowledge of lithium-ion battery technology and electrochemistry a plus.
Knowledge of power supplies a plus.
Which is a mixture with EEE.
There is no mechatronics at this university and I heard that it isn't good as its not a core discipline but a mediocre one!
What should I do?
I have this conception that electric cars have reduced scope of mechanical engineers.
Electric motors come under mechanical engineering or electrical? If both, then which one is more?
I think I probably have a misconception that cars are becoming more electric and electronic than mechanical especially as I accidentally found Mr.Dan's video who is a mechanical engineer at Tesla giving invaluable career advice. I found it comforting.
I love Tesla