Discussion of thermodynamic systems including surface phenomena, external fields and relativistic effects. (3 credits) Control of Advanced Powertrain Systems Course project. and Comp. Joint force analysis and dynamic analysis formulations. Advanced Nonlinear Control Averaged and spectral properties. Minimum grade of “C” required for enforced prerequisites. Prerequisite: Math 451 and Math 217 or equivalent. Injection molding applied to other materials, such as ceramics, is also described. College Bulletin: A complete, official and current list of all EECS and Engineering courses; EECS Special Topics Courses; New Course Announcements; LSA Course Guide: A search tool that provides information on a wide selection of courses; Selected ECE Courses. Fundamental concepts of laser/material interaction. Prerequisite: MECHENG 211, MECHENG 240. Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Fundamental properties of biological systems, followed by a quantitative, mechanical analysis. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Exact and approximate techniques for the analysis of problems in mechanical engineering including structures, vibrations, control systems, fluids, and design. Describes the core methods used to simulate matter at the atomic scale. All the approximate methods presented will allow expedient numerical solution by means of high-speed computers. Mechanical Behavior of Materials Modeling and identification. Open-ended design project. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. The student(s) submits proposal and presents poster at ME Undergraduate Symposium. Prerequisite: MECHENG 311. These concepts will be applied to bars, rods, membranes, and plates. Dissertation work by a pre-candidate student in Mechanical Sciences and Engineering program conducted under guidance of the faculty advisor. Prerequisite: MECHENG 360. Laser Materials Processing Design for Manufacturability Minimum grade of “C” required for enforced prerequisite. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 573 (MFG 581). Free vibration eigenvalue problem. Mathematical modeling of engineering design problems as discrete optimization problems, integer programming, dynamic programming, graph search algorithms, and introduction to NP completeness. Potential Flow; the complex potential; flow around bodies. Parallel and nearly parallel laminar (boundary layer) flows. A graduate-level analytical study of selected topics in mechanical engineering. ME350 (or equivalent undergraduate mechanical design course) ME360 (or equivalent undergraduate dynamic systems & controls course) EECS314 (or equivalent undergraduate electronics course) ME552 draws heavily from the above topics. The faculty make every effort to respect this schedule, but exceptions do occur. Prerequisite: MECHENG 320. ME 542 Advanced Dynamics 3 Credit Hours. Thermodynamics II CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 631. (YR). CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 605. Review of the fundamental concepts and current work in nonlinear theory of hydrodynamic stability. Solution methods for model equations and the Euler and the Navier-Stokes equations. Laboratory investigation in an area of Mechanical Engineering under the supervision of a member of the graduate faculty. (1-8 credits); (1-4 credits) Home > Academics > Course Information > Course Descriptions > EECS 425. ME 563 Advanced Instrum and Control 3 Credit Hours. May not be taken concurrently with MECHENG 455 or MECHENG 495. Battery Systems and Control (3 credits) Nonlinear controllability and observability, feedback stabilization and linearization, asymptotic observers, tracking problems, trajectory generation, zero dynamics and inverse systems, singular perturbations and vibrational control. Link between processing and as-manufactured properties through coupled fluid and structural analyses. Linear free and forced responses of one and two degree of freedom systems and simple continuous systems. Modern analytical rigid body dynamics equation formulation and computational solution techniques applied to mechanical multibody systems. Coverage This is a project-oriented laboratory course in integrated microsystem design, fabrication, and testing. ME 584 Mechanical Behavior of Polymer 3 Credit Hours. Global Manufacturing Students will be exposed to the relevant criteria for designing parts/components based on powder and particulate materials and, will familiarize themselves with a wide range of applications-as structual, functional, and biomedical components made of metallic, ceramic, and composite powders-in various industries. Examples include electrical conductivity of heart muscle and mechanics of hard and soft tissues. Restriction(s): Can enroll if Class is Graduate, ME 602 Guided Study in Mech Eng 1 to 6 Credit Hours. “Minimum grade of “C” required for enforced prerequisites. ME 510 Finite Element Methods 3 Credit Hours. (3 credits) Instruction Mode: Online – Asynchronous Emphasis is on body concept for design using first order modeling of thin walled structural elements. Prerequisite: MECHENG 211, Math 450. Two-dimensional Burke-Schumann flames and boundary layer combustion. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 552 (MFG 552). (3 credits) Constitutive equation for linear small strain viscoelastic response; constant rate and sinusoidal responses; time and frequency dependent material properties; energy dissipation; structural applications including axial loading, bending, torsion; three dimensional response, thermo-viscoelasticity, correspondence principle, Laplace transform and numerical solution methods. Individual or group project work where student(s) must apply mechanical engineering principles to research, innovation, service or entrepreneurship projects. Study or Research in Selected Mechanical Engineering Topics Overview and analysis of the single-point, multiple-point and abrasive processes. Instruction Mode: In-Person – Synchronous This is an intermediate level fluid mechanics course which uses examples from biotechnology processes and physiologic applications including the cardiovascular, respiratory, ocular, renal, musculo-skeletal and gastrointestinal systems. (3 credits) Mechanical Vibrations This course covers predictive control of dynamic systems to students working on controls. Advanced Mechatronics for Manufacturing Fourier and Laplace transform, modal and state-vector solution techniques. System configuration analysis. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 622. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 395. Automotive and other applications considered. Use of airy stress function in rectangular and polar coordinates, asymptotic fields at discontinuities, forces and dislocations, contact and crack problems, rotating and accelerating bodies. Fundamentals of discrete optimization for engineering design problems. Prerequisite: MECHENG 350. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 530. Development of the asymptotic theory of the Orr-Sommerfeld equation. Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs #1. by Edmunds. FEA in nonlinear problems; material and geometrical nonlinearities, total and updated Lagrangian formulations, solution techniques. Product platforms and modular design. Graduate standing or special permission. Topics will include fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, mechanics, materials and dynamical systems. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 499. Prerequisite: MECHENG 350, MECHENG 360, MECHENG 395 for MECHENG majors. The list below outlines the courses … (YR). Graduate standing or special permission. Restriction(s): Can enroll if Level is Rackham or GraduateCan enroll if Major is Mechanical Engineering-NCFD, , Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering, ME 564 Linear Systems Control 3 Credit Hours, This course covers fundamental properties of linear dynamic systems. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 320. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 518 (MFG 518). Application of asymptotic methods to fluid mechanics, with special emphasis on the method of matched expansions. Manufacturing Processes Individual topics will be covered on a case by case study basis. Classification of partial differential equations and solution techniques. Advanced Energy Solutions Prerequisite: 382 or equivalent. Involves rigorous application of the first and second laws. Course is the equivalent of ME 520. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 516. (OC). (3 credits) In addition, each student will participate as a panelist in a panel discussion of the future trends in his/her field. Prerequisite: MECHENG 311 or MECHENG 350. It will also cover design, modeling and manufacturing issues involved in integrating smart materials and components with control capabilities to engineering smart structures. Instruction Mode: Online – Asynchronous Mathematical modeling of engineering design problems for optimization. (3 credits) (3 credits) CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 524. Front-End Design ME 522 Advanced Fluid Mechanics 3 Credit Hours, Graduate level course of fluid mechanics. Review of matrices, strain and stress tensors. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Unified treatment of thermal energy storage, transport and conversion, by principal carriers: phonon, electron, fluid particle and photon. Instructor: Professor Euisik Yoon. 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. Vorticity theorems of Helmholtz and Kelvin. Scientific perspectives on grand challenges to environment and society created by the production of energy, water, materials and emissions to support modern life styles. Atomistic Computer Modeling of Materials Introduction to linear feedback control techniques. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 624. Introduction to combustion processes; combustion thermodynamics, reaction kinetics and combustion transport. Perturbation theory for the eigenvalue problem. Synthesis and analysis by analytical and computer methods. Prerequisite: MECHENG 520. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 400. Modeling concepts. Modes of vibration of bars, beams, membranes, plates. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 599. Theories based on crystal slip; variational theorems; range of validity of total deformation theories. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Material microstructures, dislocations and defects; processing and mechanical properties of metals, polymers and composites; heat treatment of metals; elastic, plastic, and viscoelastic behavior of materials, strain hardening; fracture, fracture mechanics, fatigue and multiaxis loading; creep and stress relaxation; materials-related design issues, materials selection, corrosion and environmental degradation of materials. Derivation of the acoustic wave equation and development of solution techniques. Applications to boundary value problems. 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. Modeling approximations for industrial applications. Heat Transfer Assembly sequence. Electromagnetic, optical and quantum aspects of radiative equilibrium. Emphasis is placed on report writing and team-building skills. Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Feedback control design and analysis for linear dynamic systems with emphasis on mechanical engineering applications; transient and frequency response; stability; system performance; control modes; state space techniques; digital control systems. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous, Hybrid – Synchronous Selected topics pertinent to mechanical engineering. (3 credits) Surface durability in rolling. The defense of the dissertation, that is, the final oral examination, must be held under a full-term candidacy enrollment. The student will submit a report on the project at the close of the term. Reconfigurable manufacturing. (3 credits) (to be arranged) Analysis, synthesis and selection of mechanisms, machine components, mechatronic components, and associate manufacturing processes. 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. Early stage prototypes will progress into more sophisticated designs, scaling up (cost, pricing, tooling, process flow and automation) scenario planning for mass manufacturing as well as Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) will be discussed. Study of thermodynamics, fluid flow, combustion, heat transfer and other factors affecting the design, operating and emissions characteristics of different engine types. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 643. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 495. Nonhomogeneous Fluids Green’s functions; boundary element and finite element methods. Prerequisite: Math 216 or Physics 240. Cutting forces and mechanics of chip formation. The student will be required to carry out a course project on NVH related subject of electrified vehicles. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Emphasis on laboratory report writing, oral presentations and team-building skills, and the design of experiments. (3 credits) Dynamic loading. Process costs and limits; influence of processes on the final mechanical properties of the product. Rheology and Fracture Prerequisite: MECHENG 240. Overview of tissue adaptation and the interaction between tissue mechanics and physiology. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 646 (BIOMEDE 646, ROB 646). CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 482 (MFG 492). Theory of Plasticity II Fluid Mechanics CHE 342. Manufacturing system design methodologies and procedures. Modeling, Analysis, and Control of Hybrid Electric Vehicles Regression analysis. Mechanisms of deformation, cohesion, and fracture of matter. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 290. Prerequisite: MECHENG 382. Motion planning including obstacle avoidance is also covered. (3 credits) … CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 513 (Auto 513, MFG 513). (3 credits) Random Vibrations The students will gain knowledge of the following: fundamentals of powder and particulate materials (metals and ceramics), various metallic and non-metallic powder synthesis/production techniques, diverse techniques of powder characterization, and the principles and methods of homogenization, compaction, and sintering. The course is for doctoral students who have not completed the PhD program's coursework requirements. Prerequisite: MECHENG 520. (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. Design for economical production, Taguchi methods, design for assembly; case studies. Formulation of discrete boundary conditions. (YR). Viscously damped systems. This course will cover modeling, control, and estimation techniques for battery systems. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Minimum grade of “C” required for enforced prerequisites. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Statics: moment and force resultants, equilibrium. It will consider both linear and non-linear models to describe elastic, plastic, viscoelastic, viscoplastic, hypo-and hyper-elastic response of materials to mechanical loads. The damped and undamped response to deterministic excitations will be considered for various systems. (3 credits) Linear differential and difference equations. Emphasis on analytical and graphical descriptions of state-determined systems using Bond Graph language. Response model building. ME 516 Special Topics in Mech Eng 1 to 3 Credit Hours. (3 credits) Graduate standing or special permission. ME 570 Powertrain NVH of Elect Veh 3 Credit Hours. (3 credits) Prerequisite: MECHENG 311 or MECHENG 412, or MECHENG 511 or equivalent. Design issues for injection molded products are also discussed. Sustainable Design of Technology Systems. The thermal behavior of a battery system and its modeling will be covered as well. Assembly representation. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 487 (MFG 488). Enforced prerequisites: PHYS 240 or 260, and PHYS 241 or 261, and MECHENG 211, and MECHENG 235, and MECHENG 240; preceded or accompanied by MECHENG 320, and MECHENG 382. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 527. Prerequisite: senior or graduate standing. Variational principle will be introduced as a notion of natural modes of vibration for discrete systems is reviewed. ME 611 Modeling of Engr Matls 3 Credit Hours, Full Course Title: Modeling of Engineering Materials Individual or group project work where student(s) must apply mechanical engineering principles to research, innovation, service or entrepreneurship projects. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Mathematical modeling of manufacturing processes used in industry to manufacture mechanical systems: machining, deformation, welding, assembly, surface treatment, and solidification processes. Prerequisite: MECHENG 240 and preceded or accompanied by EECS 215 or EECS 314. Prerequisite: senior or graduate standing. The course will introduce students to the fundamentals of corrosion and degradation behavior of materials. Prerequisite: MECHENG 501 (MECHENG 311 or MECHENG 320). ME 598 Engine Emissions 3 Credit Hours. Entrepreneurship Courses; Contacts; Course Guides. Machining Dynamics and Mechanics (3 credits) Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering (3 credits) Emphasis on structure function relationships. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 543. Material and Energy Balances CHE 330. (3 credits) ME 607 Adv Mechanical Engin Problems 3 Credit Hours. (3 credits) Definition of biological tissue and orthopedic device mechanics including elastic, viscoelastic and non-linear elastic behavior. Introduction to structural-acoustic coupling. (3 credits) Methodology for materials selection and optimization, including performance indices, multiple constraints and multiple objectives. Thermodynamics I Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Developing mathematical models of dynamic systems, including mechanical, electrical, electromechanical and fluid/thermal systems and representing these models in transfer function and state space form. Prerequisite: Chem 130 & 125 or Chem 210 & 211, and (Math 116 or Math 121 or Math 156.) 19%. (3 credits) Graduate standing or special permission. Restriction(s): Cannot enroll if Class is Cannot enroll if Level is Can enroll if Major is Mechanical Engineering-NCFD, , Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering, ME 521 Dyn and Therm of Comp Flow 3 Credit Hours. (3 credits) 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 – Synchronous Fluid statics; conservation of mass, momentum and energy in fixed and moving control volumes; steady and unsteady Bernoulli’s equation; differential analysis of fluid flow; dimensional analysis and similitude; laminar and turbulent flow; boundary layers; lift and drag; applications to mechanical, biological, environmental, and micro-fluidic systems. Variational methods of approximation: Bubnov-Galerkin. (3 credits) (YR). 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