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Home » Career Mentor » Stationary Engineer
Career Mentor Details of "Stationary Engineer"

Name of The Profession

Stationary Engineer

Who is a Stationary Engineer and what does he/she do?

Stationary engineers closely resemble mechanical and plant engineer in many aspects. They receive practical training in handling power plant operations like monitoring boilers, generators, turbines for generating electricity, etc to be fully operational. Like mechanical engineering, stationary engineers combine physical and material sciences for application in manufacturing and mechanical systems. They are required to understand core principles in many disciplines including mechanics, thermodynamics, material sciences, and properties of structures in different forms.

Stationary engineers normally work & supervise in a controlled room where they control various auxiliary and main units in power plants. There are also sub categories in stationary engineers like marine engineers, power & operating engineer, and railroad engineers.

Qualifications Required

M.Eng. degree in mechanical engineering or even an accredited BSc degree in mechanical engineering. Apart from bachelors, high school graduates are also preferred for entry-level operator, distributor, and dispatcher positions. Candidates with strong mathematics and science skills with college level courses or prior experiences are also preferred.

Where can I go and study to become a Stationary Engineer?

       India

  • Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai.
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Ahmedabad.

       UK

  • University of Kentucky
  • UK Centre for Materials Education

       USA

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
  • Northwestern University (McCormick)
  • University of California Berkeley
  • University of California Santa Barbara

Where can I work as a Stationary Engineer?

  • Heavy engineering industries like turbine manufacturing, automobiles, air crafts,
  • Hardware related companies
  • Small scale industries which prepare arts for heavy industries like winding machines, spare parts for automobiles, parts for electrical devices, etc
  • Government agencies
  • Research & Innovation Labs

Potential earning capacity per annum:

The salary package of the stationary engineers could be somewhere around rs symbol 1.8 Lac p.a. (Approx).
 
 
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