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MSc Gas Engineering and Management

University of Salford

Masters Degree , Gas Engineering

Course Description

At a Glance -The internationally recognised programme is intended for those working in, or intending to work in, the natural gasoil industry -It provides a sound basis from which to select an area for specialised study Course content Modules include: Properties and Characteristics of Natural Gases Natural Gas Processing and Treatment LNG Systems - Production, Transport and Storage Gas Flow and Network Analysis Natural Gas Supply Planning Engineering and Economics Gas Utilisation Principles - 1 Combustion and Flames Gas Utilisation Principles - 2 Combustion Technology Gas Flow Measurement LPG Technology Gas Transmission Systems Planning and Design and Industrial Gas Utilisation 1. MSc students take further modules in Gas Distribution System Design and Operation, and Industrial Gas Utilisation II, together with a dissertation. Career prospects Graduates pursue a variety of careers in the natural gas oil industry. The courses cover all aspects of gas technology and will enable students to increase their technical knowledge. Entry requirements Candidates should preferably be sponsored by their own organisationcompany although mature, experienced candidates may be considered on an individual basis Entry to the MSc programme is based on the candidates' first degree qualification and satisfactory completion of the Diploma course and examinations

At a Glance -The internationally recognised programme is intended for those working in, or intending to work in, the natural gasoil industry -It provides a sound basis from which to select an area for specialised study Course content Modules include: Properties and Characteristics of Natural Gases Natural Gas Processing and Treatment LNG Systems - Production, Transport and Storage Gas Flow and...

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