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Quite a lot of materials based questions. Scenario involving a compressor, gearbox and drive train, questions about repairs, downtime, fault detection etc etc. next scenario was regarding a pressurised cylinder, more materials science with a bit of fluid dynamics mixed in. Fault detection again.

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I thought the interview went well but i missed one question on fatigue stress which the feedback stated was why i didnt progress. Two engineers conducting the interview were young and very nice, it was extremely disappointing i did not progress.

What is the primary mode of heat transfer for a radiator?

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what do you know about tata steel? why mechanical engineering

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Presentation: What are the key issues facing environmental and building services engineers?

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Can you describe parts of this jet engine?

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The interview involved someone from HR and a senior engineer. All generic HR questions (sometimes read from a piece of paper) that you can find online and only about two technical questions. One was to describe a drawing that they had printed and the other one was related to something I mentioned in one of my projects. However, since not all candidates had the same interviewers on the day, this was just from my own experience.

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Tell us about an Interesting project Hoare Lea have worked on

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No difficult questions, questions were more to get you to think. Basic understanding of the different names of plastics and their forming processes, as well as an idea of home Dyson products work (like the cyclones). Demonstrate an understanding of basic mechanisms also.

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Is there anything you would like to tell us?

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Explain how fluid flows in a pipe in terms of Energy

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