Engineering Internship Report Worsley Alumina Internship 2009
Black, Adam (2009) Engineering Internship Report Worsley Alumina Internship 2009. Internship Report, Murdoch University.
The Worsley Alumina engineering internship provides six months full time work experience on real world engineering projects. From August 2009 to February 2010 the intern will be involved in a variety of engineering projects which will provide opportunities for both professional and personal development. The internship will provide valuable insight into the engineering profession and the resources industry.
The purpose of this report is to convey the major projects that the intern was involved in during the first three months of the internship at Worsley Alumina. The report will cover the Worsley Alumina refinery process, a discussion on the internship projects and a description of the time management strategies implemented.
The major engineering projects that the intern was involved in during the first four months of the internship were:
•Investigation into Web Based Surveys
•Development of the Engineering Diagnostic Tool
•Investigation into Programming Differences of the Reclaimers
•Development of the Multi-fuel Cogeneration Generator Display Screens
Overall, this report will show that the Worsley Alumina internship has been an excellent learning experience for the start of the intern’s career in engineering.
|Publication Type:||Internship Report (Bachelor of Engineering)|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Engineering and Energy|
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