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Automotive Engineering MEng/BEng(Hons): Facilities

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There is a wide range of facilities for practical work at our Roehampton Vale campus, where this course is based. You will have access to a modern environment with the latest technology, including:

  • a range of vehicles, such as a Lotus Exige, Renault Megane, Triumph Daytona and Striker kit car;
  • a chassis dynamometer and engine-testing facilities, plus several display engines, such as a V6 Ford Cosworth and a 3-cylinder orbital direct injection engine;
  • two large-scale wind tunnels; and
  • industry-standard test and experimental equipment for metrology, robotics, rapid prototyping, fatigue and quality control.

The recently enlarged library at Roehampton Vale provides collections of specialist engineering books and journals.

The £4 million Hawker Wing, which opened in December 2007, provides three floors of extra space for students and staff at Roehampton Vale, including improved learning and teaching facilities.

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