Fundamental concepts of laser/material interaction. In addition to properties and applications of these materials, this course covers manufacturing processes, design considerations, test methods and quality control techniques used for automotive composites. 19%. ME Course Information. Instruction Mode: Online – Asynchronous This course focuses on the dynamics and control of road vehicles. Student(s) work under the direction of Mechanical Engineering faculty. This course focuses on visualization and modeling of tissue physics and adaptation. (3 credits) Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Newton/Euler and Lagrangian formulations for three-dimensional motion of particles and rigid bodies. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 569. Design and Manufacturing III Prerequisite: MECHENG 336, preceded or accompanied by MECHENG 320. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 551 (MFG 560). Projects are proposed from the different areas of study within mechanical engineering and reflect the expertise of instructional faculty and industrial representatives. (3 credits) Instructor: Professor Euisik Yoon. Emphasis on the interaction between proper modeling and computation. Mobile Application for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Review of matrices, strain and stress tensors. (3 credits) The student must be admitted to the Ph.D. candidacy status. (3 credits) Analysis of dynamic system models, including time and frequency responses. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 400. Advised Prerequisite: MECHENG 360 or equivalent. Design and analysis of vehicle control systems such as cruise control, traction control, active suspensions and advanced vehicle control systems for Intelligent Vehicle-Highway Systems (IVHS). ME 593     Powder Materials & Processing     3 Credit Hours, A lecture course that provides a comprehensive understanding of the theory and principles, the associated synthesis, processing, and characterization techniques; and the applications of powder and particulate materials. Emphasis on laboratory report writing, oral presentations and team-building skills, and the design of experiments. Potential Flow; the complex potential; flow around bodies. Dynamic loading. Correlation. Conservation equations for reacting gas mixtures. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 580. Plane stress, plane strain and axial symmetry. Advanced Mechatronics for Manufacturing CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 506 (BIOMEDE 506). Laboratory I (YR). The simple oscillator and its applications. An advanced treatment of analytical mechanics for particles, systems of particles and rigid body motions with special emphasis on three-dimensional motion. Instruction Mode: Online – Asynchronous/Synchronous Physical and mathematical foundations of computational fluid mechanics with emphasis on applications. Four hours of lecture per week. Introduction to combustion processes, equilibrium and reaction kinetics. This course will consider four different aspects of composite materials; namely, materials, mechanics, manufacturing and design. An understanding of the properties of the most important cast metals is obtained by melting, casting, and testing. Two-dimensional supersonic flow including linearization, method of characteristics, and oblique shocks. Sustainable Engineering and Design  CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 577 (MFG 557). Topics may be chosen from any of the areas of mechanical engineering. Home > Academics > Course Information > Course Descriptions > EECS 545. Prerequisite: MECHENG 335. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 433 (AUTO 533). CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 450. Z-transforms and state variable descriptions of discrete-time systems. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 499. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 565. Composite materials, including naturally occurring substances such as wood and bone, and engineered materials from concrete to carbon-fiber reinforced epoxies. Front-End Design  Global Manufacturing (YR). Post-yield behavior, residual stress, temperature and corrosion effects. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 990. Thermal and thermoelastic effects in sliding and static contact. Review of fluid flow phenomena based on common principles of transfer of mass, momentum, and energy. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 581 (MFG 574). ME 535     Advanced Thermodynamics     3 Credit Hours. Graduate standing or special permission. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 541. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Energy formulation for nonconservative gyroscopic systems. (3 credits) FEA in dynamics. (4 credits) Advanced Fluid Mechanics II Prerequisite: senior or graduate standing. Prerequisite: MECHENG 511. (AY). Computational Modeling of Biological Tissues Defects in manufactured products including their origin and detection are also discussed. Topics include principles of mechanical vibration and acoustics, driveline induced noise/vibration from both conventional internal combustion engine and electrical motor/generator, cooling fan noise, regenerative braking system and electrical accessory noise. This course will cover modeling, control, and estimation techniques for battery systems. Graduate standing or special permission. Four credit-hour election requires prototyping of project. This course focuses on the Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) characteristics of Electric Vehicles (EV), Hybrid Electrical Vehicles (HEV), and Plug-In Electric Vehicles (PHEV). Prerequisite: graduate standing. Program development and modification are expected as well as learning the use of existing codes. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous This course will focus on scientific understanding and computational techniques. (YR). (3 credits) Study or Research in Selected Mechanical Engineering Topics (3 credits) Introduction to Solid Mechanics Prerequisite: MECHENG 235. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 554 (MFG 554). Prerequisite: MECHENG 350. (3 credits) Application to spark, diesel and gas turbine engines. Instruction Mode: In-Person – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Weekly lectures and experiments designed to introduce the student to the basics of experimentation, instrumentation, data collection and analysis, error analysis and reporting. Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Globalization and manufacturing paradigms. Master’s Thesis Research (4 credits) We will learn about the human machine-the sensing, acting, and reasoning components of the human neuromusculoskeletal systems, as well as how to replicate this functionality with traditional approaches from robotics, including modeling, machine design, mechatronics, and control. (3H,3C) II,IV. Prerequisite: MECHENG 360 or graduate standing. Road loads, suspension systems, mechanics of pneumatic tires. Traditional manufacturing systems. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 587 (MFG 587). Emphasizes systems approach to automotive design. (YR). Introduction to Finite Elements in Mechanical Engineering Introductory quantum mechanics recommended, but not required. This course covers fundamental engineering principles for converting available energy sources, renewable and nonrenewable, into other energy forms of direct utility. Advised Prerequisite: MECHENG 350, MECHENG 360, EECS 314 or equivalent (4 credits) Laboratory II These issues are addressed on the basis of mechanical deformation and thermal characteristics of materials during processing. Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Basics of mechanical design: visual thinking, engineering drawing, and machine anatomy. Practical application of solid/structural mechanics is considered to design automotive bodies for global bending, torsion, vibration, crashworthiness, topology, material selection, packaging and manufacturing constraints. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous A unified approach to the modeling, analysis and simulation of energetic dynamic systems. (3 credits) (YR). Prerequisite: MECHENG 320. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 584 (MFG 584). Dissertation/Candidate Graduate standing or permission of instructor. Individual or group project work where student(s) must apply mechanical engineering principles to research, innovation, service or entrepreneurship projects. (YR). (3 credits) (3 credits) Introduction to analysis of environmental impact of materials selection. Combustion of premixed gases, detonation and deflagration flames. Dissertation work by doctoral student not yet admitted to status as candidate. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 390. Course titles and numbers, prerequisites, other notes, credit hours and descriptions approved by the College of Engineering Curriculum Committee are included in this Bulletin. Moment of inertia properties. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 305. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous, Hybrid – Synchronous Selected topics pertinent to mechanical engineering. This course examines processes of front-end of engineering design, including opportunity discovery, problem definition, developing mechanisms to gather data from users and other stakeholders, translating user data into design requirements and specifications, creating innovative solutions during concept generation, representing design ideas, and evaluating possible solutions. Welding Discrete Design Optimization The course will introduce students to the fundamentals of corrosion and degradation behavior of materials. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 401. The course provides an overview of energy technology from a broad perspective that encompasses technical and environmental aspects. Applications. Scientific perspectives on grand challenges to environment and society created by the production of energy, water, materials and emissions to support modern life styles. (3 credits) The Master of Engineering in Manufacturing requires 30 credit-hours of course work: At least 24 credit-hours must be taken in letter graded (A-E) courses. Prerequisite: Math 454. Graduate standing or special permission. Spatial and temporal approximation techniques for partial differential equations: stability, consistency and convergence. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 662 (AEROSP 672) (EECS 662). the course covers life cycle assessment, carbon/water/energy footprints, economic assessments, mass/energy balances, air/water pollutants, modeling of environmental pollutant concentrations, engineering economics, social considerations, pollution prevention, resource conservation, human and eco-toxicity, life cycle costing, and energy systems. Advanced Nonlinear Control Prerequisite: permission of instructor (to be arranged) Research areas include automotive, biomechanics and biosystems, controls, design, dynamics and vibrations, energy, fluids, manufacturing, mechanics and materials, mechatronics, robotics, micro/nano engineering, multi-scale computation and computational mechanics, and thermal sciences. Prerequisite: senior or graduate standing. (W,YR), ME 596     Internal Combustion Engines I     3 Credit Hours, Comparison of several forms of internal combustion engines including Otto and Diesel type piston engines; performance parameters and testing; thermodynamic cycles and fuel-air cycles; combustion in SI and Diesel engines; charge formation and handling; ignition; elements of exhaust emissions. Use of Materials and their Selection in Design CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 553 (MFG 553). Contact Mechanics Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Mechanical behavior and environmental degradation of polymeric-, metal- and ceramic-matrix composites; manufacturability of advanced engineering materials; use of composite materials in novel engineering designs. Turbulent Flow Process monitoring. Prerequisite: MECHENG 440. The subjects of study in each term usually depend on student and instructor interest. Prerequisite: MECHENG 595; mandatory satisfactory/unsatisfactory. RISE 3 – Research, Innovation, Service, Entrepreneurship Design and Manufacturing I One-dimensional, compressible flow involving area change, normal shocks, friction, heat transfer, and combined effects. Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering Conduction heat transfer in steady and transient state, including heat sources. Minimum grade of “C” required for enforced prerequisites. The defense of the dissertation, that is, the final oral examination, must be held under a full-term candidacy enrollment. Spectral methods for free and forced vibrations. Quantization and other nonlinearities. Graduate standing or special permission. Stability and bifurcation theory for autonomous and periodically forced systems. Topics to be discussed are energy/entropy generation, thermodynamics relations, nonreacting mixtures, and reacting mixtures. Topics include linear space, linear operators, Eigen-values/vectors, canonical form, representation, solution of state equations, stability, controllability, observability, design of state feedback control and development of observers with application examples in mechanical engineering. The course emphasizes the theory and methodology for the design, manufacturing and analysis of gears and other engineering surfaces. Response model building. Review of experimental results on the statistics and structure of turbulent flows. Prerequisite: MECHENG 520. (3 credits) Significance of coatings on radiative interchange. Mechatronics, as an engineering discipline, is the synergistic combination of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, control engineering, and computer science, all integrated through the design process. The course presents selected topics of contemporary advanced fluid mechanics, such as the hydrodynamic stability theory, turbulence, multi-phase flows, magnetohydrodynamics, interfacial flows, flows of non-newtonian fluids, micro- and nano-fluid mechanics, biofluid mechanics, etc. ME 563     Advanced Instrum and Control     3 Credit Hours. ME 699     Master's Thesis     1 to 6 Credit Hours. Small oscillation theory. Prerequisite: MECHENG 438 and MECHENG 461 or equivalent is recommended. (MFG 454) or MECHENG 501. (3 credits) (3 credits) CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 538. Detailed descriptions of the principles and component designs of various types of fuel cells including proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC), phosphoric acid fuel cell (PAFC), solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC), and molten carbonate fuel cell (MCFC). CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 589. The course covers life cycle assessment, carbon/water/energy footprints, economic assessments, mass/energy balances, air/water pollutants, modeling of environmental pollutant concentrations, engineering economics, social considerations, pollution prevention, resource conservation, human and eco-toxicity, life cycle costing, and energy systems. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 530. As a result of present technology trends, more time is spent on composites and achievement of design specifications through synthesis. Introduction of the fundamental concepts and methods of analysis of fluid flows in industrial and environmental settings. Averaged and spectral properties. Prerequisite: MECHENG 350. Instruction Mode: Online – Asynchronous/Synchronous Conceptual design. This course will cover theoretical aspects of smart materials, sensors and actuator technologies. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 627 (NAVARCH 627). Generalized eigenvalue problem. Prerequisite: MECHENG 541. Introduction to statistical methods for evaluating thermodynamic and transport properties. Material, process and tool design parameters are emphasized. Active participation in the discussions that follow all presentations is also required for a grade. Emission and absorption. A term project emphasizes applications to realistic engineering design problems. Design/manufacturing project. This course covers predictive control of dynamic systems to students working on controls. Introduction to mesh generation, numerical discrimination, stability, convergence, and accuracy of numerical methods. Prerequisite: MECHENG 240 and preceded or accompanied by EECS 215 or EECS 314. Students will learn the basic functions of battery management systems for monitoring state-of-charge, state-of-power, and state-of-health in applications to automotive and consumer electronics. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 412. Linear free and forced responses of one and two degree of freedom systems and simple continuous systems. Instruction Mode: In-Person – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous The general theory of a continuous medium. The student will submit a report on the project and give an oral presentation to a panel of faculty members at the close of the term. … (OC), Restriction(s): Can enroll if Level is Doctorate or Rackham or GraduateCan enroll if Program is, ME 622     Adv Topics in Fluid Mechanics     3 Credit Hours. Emphasis on the methodology for developing elements by using calculus of variations. A topic in mechanical engineering under the direction of a member of the department. Mechanical Behavior of Materials Two-dimensional Burke-Schumann flames and boundary layer combustion. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 535. Design and interpretation of control charts. ), ME 597     Internal Combustion Engines II     3 Credit Hours. Full Course Title: Modeling of Engineering Materials This course will present the mathematical models and constitutive behavior of engineering materials subjected to mechanical and non-mechanical loads. This course covers fundamentals of fuel cell systems for both automotive and distributed power applications. (YR). (3 credits) Theories based on crystal slip; variational theorems; range of validity of total deformation theories. (YR). (3 credits) Elastic and plastic stress-strain relations; yield criteria and flow rules; analyses of various plastic forming operations. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 336. Combustion Topics covered include: Rayleigh and Timoshenko beams and plates; free and forced vibration response of structural components; static and dynamic stability; and impact. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 576 (MFG 556). Overview and analysis of the single-point, multiple-point and abrasive processes. Vehicle Dynamics and Automation … Automotive Body Structures Review of quantum mechanics: problems, solutions, strategies and QM representations for describing optical interactions with atoms. Energy and momentum concepts. The course is primarily concerned with the determination of the rate of heat transfer due to the transport of energy to or from surfaces by both molecular conduction processes and gross fluid movement inside channels and over external surfaces. (4 credits) Prerequisite: [MECHENG 360 and 395; (C- or better)] AND [MECHENG 335 (D or better, or concurrent enrollment) and 350 (C- or better, or concurrent enrollment)] AND Not open to graduate students. Restriction(s): Can enroll if Class is Graduate, ME 602     Guided Study in Mech Eng     1 to 6 Credit Hours. ME 576     Battery Sys Modeling & Ctrl     3 Credit Hours. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 566 (AUTO 566). Biofluid Mechanics Prerequisite: MECHENG 235, MECHENG 336 or permission of instructor. Materials Science and Engineering Courses; Mechanical Engineering Courses; Military Officer Education Program; Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Courses; Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences Courses; Robotics Courses; Technical Communications Courses; UARTS Courses; Academic Rules. Instability and turbulence. Restriction(s): Cannot enroll if Class is Cannot enroll if Level is Can enroll if Major is , Mechanical Engineering-NCFD, Mechanical Engineering, ME 518     Advanced Engineering Analysis     3 Credit Hours. Modern analytical rigid body dynamics equation formulation and computational solution techniques applied to mechanical multibody systems. 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