Electrical Engineering Career Opportunities

| May 19, 2018

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Electrical Engineering is a core course of study which involves the design, study, development, and maintenance of electrical and electronic systems in various industries. Electrical engineers need to ensure the continuous working of the components in a safe and reliable manner. The course mainly focuses on the manufacturing of electrical equipment used across various sectors, and also on production and distribution of power.

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Manthorpe Engineering Limited

Manthorpe Engineering specialises in the machining of difficult-to-manufacture, performance-critical components from a complete range of aerospace alloys, both ferrous and non ferrous and including the exotic alloys such as Nimonic, Inconel, Waspaloy and Titanium. Machined components range from small prismatics through to rings and casings up to 3m diameter.

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