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James, Dolly (2008) Cooper Basin power generation. Internship Report, Murdoch University.

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    Abstract

    Dolly James, hereby referred to as the intern, enrolled in ENG450 Engineering Internship in order to fulfil requirements the Bachelor of Engineering Degree at Murdoch University. The intern was well suited to Geodynamics Limited (GDY) for her internship placement, as their core business is well aligned with her interests in electrical power and renewable energy. The intern has been employed within the power engineering group at GDY under the supervision of power engineering manager, Peter Schmidt.

    The two major roles exercised by the intern during her placement were as project manager of sub-projects of the 1MW Power Plant (also referred to as the master project) and as engineering support for the 1MW and 50MW Power Plants. The main objectives of these roles are summarized below:
    - Project manager - to deliver projects ready for installation and commissioning
    - Engineering support - to resolve technical queries, to practice and review engineering design and to develop internal documents and processes

    Upon completion of her internship placement, projects managed by the intern were on track to meet target delivery date in accordance with the master schedule and all technical issues to date had been resolved and closed out.

    Publication Type: Internship Report (Bachelor of Engineering)
    Murdoch Affiliation: School of Engineering and Energy
    URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/13
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