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A mechanical engineer of today is very much different from that same person 50 years ago. The profession has grown to incorporate many different techniques and tools to create the parts, systems, and products that are so important to society. The following are just some of the newest mechanical engineering fields and numerous possibilities:
Automotive electronics is no longer limited to controls and diagnostics. Nowadays it is engineering the very electronics that make modern cars operate and solve problems. Computers, software, sensors, and electronics are all used in order to make vehicles more powerful, better looking, safer, and more fuel-efficient. In order to control aspects of a car, like a radio, navigation, or a stereo, mechanical engineering must be brought to bear on the design of these electronic devices. While most of the electronics is computer-based, the mechanics is more closely tied to the actual size, shape, and positioning of the body parts and getting them to work in harmony.
The rules are slightly different for the automotive electronics themselves. Any current knowledge of applied electronics is useful in this field. You can expect to design control systems or work in an electronic control program unit. While electronics, software, and mechanics are the core of automotive electronics, mechanical engineering is also needed to design the packaging and mechanical components of the system. This is an even more interesting field in that much of the scope is now within the realm of computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing.
Biomedical engineers make up only a tiny fraction of the total mechanical engineer workforce. But, like most professions, their number is growing with the emergence of the life sciences. Biomedical engineers work on a plethora of biomedical problems, including the design of new medical interventions and technologies. In fact, the rate of mechanical engineering involvement in biomedical engineering is expanding.