Sarbaz Sulliman

My name is Sarbaz. My absolute favourite subjects in school have always been math and technology. Therefore, I went to study mechanical engineering at university so that I could improve my design and mathematics abilities and to will help me pursue a career in this industry. Design, production, and maintenance of mechanical systems are all covered under mechanical engineering.

I have been studying engineering since 2016, when I started with a level 2 (NVQ) Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations.

From 2017 to June 2019, I studied for a BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma.

I graduated from the school of Science and Engineering at the University of Salford where I was awarded a Bachelor of Engineering – Upper Second Class Hons.

I’m naturally curious to learn how things function and are made and I have an analytical mind. How, for instance, can a car’s engine manage to go both forward and backward at a steady pace while carrying various loads? This prompted me to do a thorough investigation of load torque and its connection to vehicle speed. My goal is to develop and build something amazing that will improve the planet.

I get tremendous satisfaction after completing any work but in my perspective, mechanical engineering entails more than merely doing mathematical operations and applying formulas appropriately. It is a simulation of what will happen in the future—the discovery of new technology and improvement of how we now live. This, in my opinion, is the most fascinating aspect of engineering.

Engineering creates societies. More precisely, mechanical engineers employ fundamental physics and arithmetic rules to build the mechanical gadgets that, although occasionally going unnoticed, we use every day. Due to the importance of engineering in modern society, I would like to pursue a career in engineering. It blends my interest in how things function and the mechanics of technology with my aptitude for applying mathematical and physical principles to practical problems.

Additionally, my creative side is enhanced by my MSc in Digital Design and Manufacturing. I enjoy the thought of designing and figuring out the issue I must make the design work. Creating anything to improve life is the ultimate goal of engineering, whether it is by making a task easier to do, cutting down on the amount of time needed, or minimising the required cost. a feature of engineering that undoubtedly accomplishes this.

Below are some images of my work in Solidworks:

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