Mon Oct 30 13:00:00 GMT 2017
Start by watching this film that discusses air, air blast, SF6 and vacuum based switchgear technologies. The design of a circuit breaker is as complex mechanically as it is electrically so this film only covers the very basic issues associated with the design of practical switchgear devices.
Fri Oct 27 09:47:00 BST 2017
Section 1: Introduction and Basic Principles
In this section of the course we are therefore going to ensure we have a good understanding of a number of principles that underpin the way high voltage equipment is designed. You will continually see the relevance of what you cover this week as you progress through this course unit.
Thu Sep 07 17:22:00 BST 2017
A student's perspective - Environmental Sciences 3rd Year Field Course to Tenerife
This video was created by one of our students on the Tenerife field course. I think you will agree, they had a great time! Our Environmental Science, Geochemistry and Environmental and Resource Geology students all go to Tenerife as part of their final year of study in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Fri Jul 22 14:44:10 BST 2016
Lecture 5: Research Directions Seminar 15/7/2016
Lecture five of the Research Directions Seminar held of 15/7/2016 at the University of Manchester was delivered by Kostas Kontis of the University of Glasgow who's lecture was titled, "Measuring high-speed, Turbulent Aeronautical Flows."
Mon Mar 07 09:40:36 GMT 2016
Developing Online Learning Materials for Engineering Students with Professo
Head of School Professor Andrew Gibson explains how useful online video examples created using simple iPad apps are in supporting large class teaching in the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering
Thu May 07 15:55:27 BST 2015
Attendance Monitoring with QR Codes Phase II
This second video on using QR codes for Attendance monitoring carries on from the Phase 1 trial in November 2014. Phase II ran for Semester 2 in the School of MACE with the first year undergraduate course MACE10492. 347 students were enrolled on the course, the larges cohort in the School. The video taken in week 9 records how students used their QR codes to scan-in before each lecture which took place in Renold Building C16.
Wed Mar 11 12:06:07 GMT 2015
Aerospace Trade Event - School of MACE 18 February 2015
A short film looking at students on the Aerospace programme in the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering taking part on the Trade Show held at University Place on the 18th February 2015, with Dr Bill Crowther and Dr Ben Parslew.
Mon Jul 01 11:17:10 BST 2013
Robert Ford tweets about research
Robert Ford, Politics Lecturer @robfordmancs - I tweet about my research interests, particularly immigration, public opinion and voting behaviour. I also blog regularly for a variety of outlet. I use social media to connect people debating these issues with my research, and work by my colleagues. I'll talk about a couple of examples of this, and lessons I've learned from two years of publicly arguing with people in 140 characters or less.
Mon Jul 01 11:13:47 BST 2013
Use of Twitter by Manchester Museum
Campbell Price, Curator of Egypt and Sudan, Manchester Museum. @EgyptMcr - Blogging Ancient Egypt is one of the most popular search topics on the internet; Campbell will discuss using social media to connect museum visitors ? both physical and virtual ? with Manchester?s incredible collection of 16,000+ objects from ancient Egypt and Sudan.
Fri Nov 19 14:16:40 GMT 2010
Setting Path to javac (W7)
Illustrates how to configure Windows to recognise Java's "javac" compiler program under Windows 7. This short tutorial takes users through adding the directory containing "javac" to the Windows PATH environment variable so that Windows recognises it as a known command at the Command Prompt.
Fri Nov 19 14:14:05 GMT 2010
Setting Path to javac (XP)
Illustrates how to configure Windows to recognise Java's "javac" compiler program under Windows XP. This short tutorial takes users through adding the directory containing "javac" to the Windows PATH environment variable so that Windows recognises it as a known command at the Command Prompt.