WHAT IS CERAMIC ENGINEERING ?
- Students seeking admission to a Bachelor’s program in Ceramic Engineering must have passed the higher secondary school certificate (10+2) examination with, physics, biology, maths, and chemistry.
- Those who are planning to pursue Masters in Ceramic Engineering, need to have completed their Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Technology in Ceramic Engineering, Metallurgical, Aeronautical, Mechatronics, Marine, Industrial or Manufacturing.
SCOPE OF CERAMIC ENGINEERING
Today ceramic is just not confined to the making of potteries. The scope has widened and ceramic engineering is being increasingly used in the aerospace industry to make of space shuttle tiles, aircraft engines, manufacturing of airframes. The other areas where ceramics have to be used are in in biomedical implants, nuclear fuel uranium oxide pellets, space shuttle program, ballistic protection, space shuttle program, gas burner nozzles. The other areas where ceramic engineering has come to acquire importance is chemical industries, industrial and transmission electricity, packaging science, medicine and guided light wave transmission. There are job opportunities in the cultural department or tourism sector as well.
- Atomic Structure of Crystals
- Bonding and structure of Materials
- Ceramic Processing
- Materials Characterisation
- Microscopy and Microstructural Characterization
- Structure and Properties of Materials
- Thermal Processes in Ceramics
- Thermal Properties of Ceramics