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Strojárski špecialisti



Mechanical engineers conduct research; advise on, design, and direct production of machines, aircraft, ships, machinery and industrial plant, equipment and systems; advise on and direct their functioning, maintenance and repair; or study and advise on mechanical aspects of particular materials, products or processes.
Tasks include -
(a) advising on and designing machinery and tools for manufacturing, mining, construction, agricultural, and other industrial purposes;
(b) advising on and designing steam, internal combustion and other non-electric motors and engines used for propulsion of railway locomotives, road vehicles or aircraft, or for driving industrial or other machinery;
(c) advising on and designing: hulls, superstructures and propulsion systems of ships; mechanical plant and equipment for the release, control and utilization of energy; heating, ventilation and refrigeration systems, steering gear, pumps, and other mechanical equipment;
(d) advising on and designing airframes, undercarriages and other equipment for aircraft as well as suspension systems, brakes, vehicle bodies and other components of road vehicles;
(e) advising on and designing non-electrical parts of apparatus or products such as word processors, computers, precision instruments, cameras and projectors;
(f) establishing control standards and procedures to ensure efficient functioning and safety of machines, machinery, tools, motors, engines, industrial plant, equipment or systems;
(g) ensuring that equipment, operation and maintenance comply with design specifications and safety standards.
Examples of the occupations classified here:
- Aeronautical engineer
- Engine designer
- Marine architect
- Marine engineer
- Mechanical engineer
Some related occupations classified elsewhere:
- Ships’ engineer - 3151

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