Engineering Studies

Study Notes and more for HSC - Higher School Certificate

Australia HSC - Higher School Certificate Engineering Studies

Engineering plays a critical role in the modern world. From the design of important infrastructure projects through to the goods and services used by people every day, engineers are involved with problem-solving on every scale. The engineering profession requires dedicated study and focus, with engineers taking on a number of responsibilities and roles across a range of systems. From the initial formulation of problems through to data analysis and problem-solving, engineering is a multi-faceted profession involving communication and teamwork. Engineering Studies is a practical course that teaches HSC students how to apply a range of scientific, technical, and mathematical principles.

Our study notes will help students to understand what's involved with the profession of engineering and its wider impact on society. We have a wealth of engineering knowledge at our fingertips, from specific course notes through to study and assignment material.


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HSC Engineering Studies: Telecommunications

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HSC - Year 12 - Engineering Studies

These notes cover the engineering unit Telecommunications. Keep in mind there may be 1 or 2 dot points missing from the ...

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Engineering Research Task - Bridge

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HSC - Year 12 - Engineering Studies

This task was part of an assessment that required us to create an engineering report about a local bridge and analysis i...

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Analysis on the Shinkansen - Personal and Public Transport

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HSC - Year 12 - Engineering Studies

This engineering report revolves around the module Personal and Public Transport. It investigates the development in mat...

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Analysis of Different Bridge Types

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HSC - Year 12 - Engineering Studies

This is an engineering report on bridges. In the assessment, research into different bridge types, variations, and pros...

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An Engineering Report on Braking Systems

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HSC - Year 11 - Engineering Studies

A large engineering report on braking systems specifically bikes. It helped me top my class.

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Year 11 Engineering Report Assessment on Wheelbarrows

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HSC - Year 11 - Engineering Studies

The report covers an analysis of wheelbarrows including their history, impacts and some mechanics.

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Engineering Report - Personal and Public Transport

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HSC - Year 12 - Engineering Studies

Engineering Report for the HSC Engineering Studies course. Topic is Personal and Public Transport and specifically it is...

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Engineering Task 2 - Engineered Products - Oven

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HSC - Year 11 - Engineering Studies

A task about engineered products with the "oven" being chosen as the product being analysed.

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Year 11 Notes - Partial - Engineering Fundamentals

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HSC - Year 11 - Engineering Studies

Year 11 notes for engineering studies for the topic "engineering fundamentals".

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HSC Engineering Materials Study Notes

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HSC - Year 12 - Engineering Studies

There are all the material information and forming processes. metal, non-metal, composite, polymers, and alloys.

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Boiling Water Assignment

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HSC - Year 11 - Engineering Studies

This document goes over what is involved in the boiling of water, including its history, what materials and methods are ...

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Destructive and Non-Destructive Testing project

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HSC - Year 12 - Engineering Studies

This document is a project on destructive and non destructive testing outlining various methods and their advantages and...

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