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Topic Title: HNC Project (E&E Engineering)
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Created On: 27 September 2012 07:36 PM
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 27 September 2012 07:36 PM
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SteveMcKenna

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I have completed 7 modules and finally onto the Project.

It is not possible to relate a project to my present job. I am looking for any ideas to kick start this last module.

Any ideas would be appreciated.
 28 September 2012 01:15 PM
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chrissj91

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Renewable energy is a good one.

A couple of guys on my course (year above) have teamed up with HNC mechanical engineering to create wood boilers for homes.

Thermoelectric generators are also an untouched area by people on mine.

Hope it goes well whatever you do,

Chris

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 10 October 2012 12:49 PM
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eddiewryly

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Hi Steve,

Being in a similar position to you 12 months ago - I did a project on solar panels which turned out to be great. I just contacted several solar panelling businesses; explained what I wanted to do and they were happy to work along side me.

This a big area right now and could really set you apart when it comes to looking for a job.

Hope this help,
Eddie
 08 November 2012 02:53 PM
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benmc

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Hi Steve may be a little late but for my HNC I designed a low(er) costing weighing system for fork trucks, maybe go the one step less complex and in conclusion explain what you would change... I.e I used plc logic in my project my conclusion was to save even more space and to lower the cost make electronic control, if that makes sense,
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