Engineering Projects and live experience

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Houlther123
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Hey,

I hope everyone is doing well. Let's self-quarantine and protect our world from this pandemic. As we have lots of spare time, I just thought of sharing some latest experience I had. I'm doing my master's in Petrochemical engineering. Last month I just visited a company that provides forged parts for the power generation industry. One of my friends works there and I just thought of visiting him. I must say, I never thought it would be this tough to deal with the things there. I just came to know about different alloys and the major grades of material used, its overall production process etc. I hope all this will help me in doing my project.

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Is there anyone who studies in this same field? Please share some of the projects you have done. This will be a great help. Let's stay at home and work for our future.

Thanks!
 
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Dr.D
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The connection between a PetroChem MS and a forging company is a bit fuzzy, to say the least. That said, You are certainly not locked into a career based on what you studied in school. A lot of what you learned in school will carry over, even though it was taught from a different perspective. In my own case, my PhD work was in hydrodynamics, but I've never done anything since that time in hydrodynamics; it was a means to an end. The same could well apply to you.
 

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