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Electrical Power Engineering
Department of Electrical Power Engineering
To exceed examination pass result above (70%) and qualify result above (45%) from Department of Electrical Power Engineering Students, Technological University (Thanlyin)
After establishing the Ministry of Science and Technology according to the declaration No.30/96 on the 2nd October, there is only one academic dept including the subject of: Myanmarsar, English, Maths, Physics, and Chemistry under the guidance of Department of Technical & Vocational Education. Later then, all branches are separated as each particular department after upgrading from Government Technological College to Technological University (Thanlyin). Now English Department is carrying out the tasks under the supervision of the Rector’s Office at Thanlyin Technological University.
Rolls-Royce states on its website that in the aerospace industry electrical engineering graduates can help ‘design the complicated interface that transfers electricity from the engine to the aircraft to power its electrical systems. This includes cabin pressurisation in civil aircraft.’ It also outlines: ‘Marine electrical engineers design the interface that turns the power from a ship’s multiple engines into one controlled power source, which then propels the ship and powers all of its electrical appliances.’ The built environment sector seeks electrical engineers for roles in building services engineering, designing and overseeing the installation of necessities such as power, lighting, fire systems and security systems. In the materials and metals sector, Dr Andrew Smith, knowledge group leader at Tata Steel, comments that electrical engineers ‘can be involved in manufacturing, eg process control, ensuring critical pieces of kit are maintained, improved and developed.’ Meanwhile at EDF Energy – Generation, asset developer Paul Clarke discusses the power generation sector. He comments: ‘Electrical engineers focus on maintaining the electrical plant items (switchgear, transformers, motors, cables, generators, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning), UPS (uninterruptable power supply) and lighting.
Vision and Mission
Vision of the Department
To provide advance knowledge and educate students within our fields to the benefit of society.
Mission of the Department
1. To prepare students for utilizing more creativity, innovativeness and out-of-box thinking.
2. To produce ethically strong and morally elevated human resources to serve mankind.
3. To undertake collaborative projects and consultancy for long term interaction with the academic and industry.
Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)
The Electrical Power Engineering Department has established the following objectives:
Objective 1: Produce multi-skilled engineer who is competent in practicing fundamental scientific and engineering principles in electrical power engineering with creativity and innovation to solve complex engineering problems systematically through analytical and modern engineering tools for product and research, and contributes to the advancement of the discipline. According to PO 1, graduates will apply control engineering and electrical engineering knowledge and skills to problems and challenges in the areas of electrical power engineering.
Objective 2: Nurture engineer who is capable of communicating and managing effectively, as a responsible leader and/or team player in diverse destinations of electrical power engineering, striving for scientific and engineering innovations by making use of modern ICT tools. Thus, graduates will demonstrate communication, teamwork and leadership skills relevant to their chosen profession.
Objective 3: Foster development of an engineer who practices professional virtues with strong moral values in all areas of electrical power engineering and is committed to life-long learning, and principles of sustainable engineering to solve complex engineering problems with considerations for natural resources, public health and safety, environment and cost effectiveness for the betterment of the profession and society. In order to PO 3, graduates will several years after leaving Technological University (Thanlyin), achieve professional growth in a broad range of electrical power engineering related fields.
Programme Outcomes (PO)
The Electrical Power Engineering Department has established the following learning outcomes in order to successfully achieve and satisfy our program objectives. These outcomes are subordinate to the program objectives and represent skills and attributes our students should possess at the time of graduation. In addition, these learning outcomes are identifiable and measurable elements that are evaluated to assure program objectives are being achieved.
(1) Acquire and apply fundamental knowledge of science, engineering and mathematical with an engineering focus in solving complex electrical power engineering problems.
(2) Identify, formulate and solve electrical power engineering problems.
(3) Design an electrical power system, component or process to meet desired needs for public health, safety, cultural, societal and environment considerations.
(4) Make use of research based knowledge and methodology through critical thinking to interpret analysis and study complex electrical power engineering problems to reach convincing conclusions.
(5) Apply appropriate techniques, skills, modern engineering and IT tools to simulate and analysis for complex electrical power engineering practices.
(6) Apply appropriate knowledge in the evaluation and assessment of subject matters to professional engineering practices with consideration of public health and safety, cultural, societal and environment considerations.
(7) Broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development in a global and societal context.
(8) Apply professional principles to moral and ethical responsibilities during the course of electrical power engineering practice.
(9) Participate the ability to convey ideas and information effectively within the engineering profession by making clear interpretation of data and instructions, to furnish with increase of knowledge in oral presentation and writing skills in accurate documentation of design and solution.
(10) Ability to function on collaborative teams with effective management skills.
(11) Validity of the need for, and an ability to engage in independent lifelong learning for successful career in electrical power engineering.
(12) Ability to perform and apply electrical engineering and management principles conducting with projects in multidisciplinary environment.