MEng (Hons) Marine Technology

This fully accredited, and well respected, programme of study allows students to develop a firm foundation in the principles of Mechanical Engineering in a Marine Technology context. Our graduates have found employment in a diverse range of industries. That diversity is mirrored in the range of dissertation projects our students conduct, examples of which you will find here.

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Ashley Cullum
An Investigation into How the Royal Navy Could Implement a Modular Additive Manufacturing Workshop

This project investigates the feasibility of an Additive Manufacturing Containerised Workshop for u...

Bardo Borgia
Investigation Using CFD of Cavitation around Thin Foils

This study analyses, using CFD, the cavitation phenomenon generated around four different foils at ...

Freddie Herring
A theoretical analysis & design proposal of a hybrid renewable energy system to provide on-water charging facilities for electric boats within the Exe Estuary

With a UK net zero emission target for 2050, there is an ever-increasing demand for adoption of zer...

Samuel Fortmann
Validation and Numerical Investigation of Oscillating Hydrofoil Performance using Computational Fluid Dynamics

This project focused on exploring marine propulsion and energy capture inspired by nature, leveragi...

Timothy Ramshaw
An investigation into the drag reducing capabilities of Edwards & Renouf Ltd's HPS coating on marine materials

The negative ecological impacts of antifouling paint are well documented. Edwards & Renouf Ltd. hav...