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Research in Medical & Engineering Sciences

The Possible Role of A Mechanical Engineer in Biomedical Sciences

  • Open or Close Mehmet Bozdoğanoglu1 and Ethem Unal2*

    1Department of Mechanical Engineering, TESA Facade Access Systems Istanbul, Turkey

    2Department of General Surgery, Health Sciences University Istanbul, Turkey

    *Corresponding author: Ethem Unal, Health Sciences University, Umraniye Training and Research Hospital, Department of General Surgery, Istanbul, Turkey

Submission: October 30, 2017; Published: November 30, 2017

DOI: 10.31031/RMES.2017.02.000547

ISSN : 2576-8816
Volume2 Issue5


Mechanical engineers create solutions and solve problems, playing a central role in the design and implementation of moving parts in a range of industries. Mechanical engineers provide efficient solutions to the development of processes and products, ranging from small component designs to extremely large plant, machinery or vehicles. They can work on all stages of a product, from research and development to design and manufacture, through to installation and final commissioning. Most industries rely on a form of mechanical systems and mechanical engineering is thought to be one of the most diverse of all engineering disciplines. Due to this, there are employment opportunities in a range of sectors, including: aerospace, automotive, biomedical, construction and manufacturing. Mechanical engineers can be involved in the management of people, projects and resources, as well as the development and use of new materials and technologies.

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