Weisberg Department of Mechanical Engineering

Courses

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Biomedical Engineering

BME 101 Intro to Biomedical Engr1 Credit hour   

Students will be introduced to the interdisciplinary nature of Biomedical Engineering research and design through the use of lectures, discussions, homework and design projects.

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BME 201 Biomedical Engineering Seminar2 Credit hours   

Introduce students to contemporary issues and research in Biomedical Engineering.

Pre-req: BME 101.

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BME 302 Engineering Biomechanics3 Credit hours   

The application of engineering mechanics and anatomy to study and analyze human movement. Lectures and in-class labs will introduce students to experimental and theoretical techniques.

Pre-req: ENGR 214 with a minimum grade of D and BSC 228 with a minimum grade of D and BME 305 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.

Concurrent PR: BME 305
Attributes: No Textbook Required
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BME 305 Intro to Biophysical Measmnt3 Credit hours   

Biomedical Engineering involves measurement of physiological processes in living organisms. An understanding of the variety of instruments used and the limitations are introduced.

Pre-req: BSC 228.

Co-req: BME 302
Attributes: No Textbook Required
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BME 306 Mechanics of Biological Tissue3 Credit hours   

The mechanical properties of musculoskeletal tissues are presented along with modeling techniques and testing procedures. Tendons, ligaments, muscles, cartilage and bone will be addressed.

Pre-req: BME 302 with a minimum grade of D and BME 305 with a minimum grade of D and BME 310 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.

Concurrent PR: BME 310
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BME 310 Modeling & Simulation Bio Syst3 Credit hours   

Modeling and simulation of physiological systems and their interactions with therapeutic devices, such as the artificial kidney.

Pre-req: BME 302 with a minimum grade of D and BME 306 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D and MTH 335 with a minimum grade of D.

Concurrent PR: BME 306
Co-req: BME 306
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BME 405 Mech & Performance Bio Mtrls3 Credit hours   

Structure of materials and behavior, material selection and biocompatibility, failure modes of applied biomaterials, failure analysis and performance, body responses, immunological, cell and tissue interaction, toxicity and safety.

Pre-req: BME 306.

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BME 460 Mechanics of Biofuilds3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the fundamentals of fluid mechanics and their application to biological, cardiovascular, respiratory adn bio-fluid systems.

Pre-req: ENGR 318 with a minimum grade of D.

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BME 465 Bison image  Biomedical Engr Capstone I2 Credit hours   

The design process will be further discussed utilizing case studies and detailed biomedical engineering design projects.

Co-req: BME 405
Attributes: Capstone Course
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BME 466 Bison image  Biomedical Engr Capstone II2 Credit hours   

The design process will be further discussed utilizing detailed biomedical engineering design projects. Projects will be required to be interdisciplinary in nature.

Pre-req: BME 465.

Attributes: Capstone Course
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Electrical Engineering

EE 202 Circuits II3 Credit hours   

The transient response of first and second order systems. Balanced three-phase systems. Mutual inductance, transformers, resonance, and two-port networks.

Pre-req: ENGR 201 with a minimum grade of D and MTH 230 with a minimum grade of D.

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EE 204 Intro to Digital Systems3 Credit hours   

Number systems, digital components and systems, Boolen switching algebra; the analysis and design of combinational and sequential circuits; introduction to computer architecture.

Pre-req: MTH 220 with a minimum grade of D.

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EE 210 Programming Lab3 Credit hours   

This course introduces students to the fundamental principles of programming for solving engineering programs. It familiarizes students with the process of translating real-life engineering problems to computation problems.

Pre-req: CS 110.

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EE 211 Intro to Computer Engineering3 Credit hours   

Provide a study of Data Structure, operating systems' concepts, HW designed methods and relationship between hardware and software.

Pre-req: EE 210 with a minimum grade of D.

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EE 310 Electromagnetic Fields3 Credit hours   

This course provdies in depth coverage of all aspects electromagnetics, with a focus on field and wave generation and propagation. The course will focus on more practical aspects of E-M theory.

Pre-req: EE 202 with a minimum grade of D and MTH 335 with a minimum grade of D.

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EE 320 Analysis of Signals & Systems3 Credit hours   

This class introduces students to concepts of probability and random variables necessary for study of signals and systems involving uncertainty; applications to elementary problems in detection, signal processing and communication.

Pre-req: MTH 335.

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EE 330 Random Signals and Systems3 Credit hours   

This course will introduce the students to the fundamental concepts of probabiliity theory applied to engineering problems, including elementary set operations, sample spaces and probability laws, conditional probability and independence.

Pre-req: MTH 231 with a minimum grade of D.

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EE 340 Computer Architecture & Design4 Credit hours   

This course is a study of the factors influencing the design of hardware and software elements of computer systems. Topics include: instruction set design; cache and virtual memory organizations.

Pre-req: EE 211 with a minimum grade of D.

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EE 350 Elect Properties of Materials3 Credit hours   

Introduction to basic physical properties of solid materials; some solid state physics employed, but major emphasis is on engineering applications based on semiconducting, magnetic, dielectric and superconducting phenomena.

Pre-req: EE 202 with a minimum grade of D.

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EE 360 Control Systems3 Credit hours   

Application of state variable and frequency domain techniques to modeling, analysis and synthesis of single input, single output linear control systems.

Pre-req: EE 202.

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EE 370 Electric Machinery3 Credit hours   

Fundamentals of energy-handling electric circuits, analysis of power electric circuits, elements of linear and rotating electric machinery, induction, and DC machinery.

Pre-req: EE 310 with a minimum grade of D.

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EE 375 Communcation Systems I3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the fundamental concepts of computer communication networks. Topics include the OSI reference model, the physical data link, network, and transport layers, TCP/IP, LANs, ALOHA, routing and flow controls.

Pre-req: EE 310 with a minimum grade of D and EE 320 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.

Concurrent PR: EE 320
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EE 380 Microprocessor Design3 Credit hours   

Hardware and software for real-time microprocessor-based digital systems. Basic concepts of on-chip components related to digital system functionality. Introduction to 32-bit machines with treatment of 16- and 8- bit machines.

Pre-req: EE 204 with a minimum grade of D and EE 340 with a minimum grade of D.

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EE 401 Communication Systems II3 Credit hours   

This course will cover topics in the field of RF/microwave engineering, such as transmission lines, waveguides, impedance matching, microwave resonators, RF filters, RF amplifiers and an introduction to antenna design.

Pre-req: EE 375 with a minimum grade of D.

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EE 410 Electrical Engineering Design3 Credit hours   

Application of design process and project engineering as practiced in industry; team approach to the design process; development of a project proposal; proposed project implemented in EE 420.

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EE 411 Intro to Digital IC Design3 Credit hours   

This course covers the analysis and design of digital integrated circuits using CMOS technology. The course emphasizes design of circuit layout, and HSPICE and IRSIM for simulations, lab included.

Pre-req: ENGR 204.

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EE 412 Computer Engineering Design3 Credit hours   

Introduction to the design process and project engineering as practiced in industry; student teams apply the design process by developing a project from proposal; proposed project implemented in EE 420.

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EE 415 Intro VHDL Design & HW Systems3 Credit hours   

This course provides fundamental of hardware design methodologies and modeling. It covers the essentials of HDL, embedded C and hardware-embedded systems using VHDL language, Lab included.

Pre-req: EE 380 with a minimum grade of D.

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EE 419 Intr Digital Signal Processing3 Credit hours   

This course covers the transformation, manipulation of signals. It introduces the concepts of discrete-time, discrete frequency domains, representations and analyses of systems, and filter designs, lab is included.

Pre-req: EE 350.

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EE 420 Bison image  Capstone Design3 Credit hours   

Application of the design process and project engineering as practiced in industry; team approach to the design process; completion of project based on proposal from EE 410 or EE 412.

Pre-req: EE 410 with a minimum grade of D or EE 412 with a minimum grade of D.

Attributes: Capstone Course, No Textbook Required
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EE 425 Electric Power Systems3 Credit hours   

The course emphasizes power engineering area that includes power generation, transmission, and distribution.

Pre-req: EE 202 with a minimum grade of D.

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EE 440 Digital Control Systems3 Credit hours   

Feedback systems in which a digital computer is used to implement the control law; Z-transform and time domain methods serve as a basis for control systems design.

Pre-req: EE 360.

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EE 445 Radio Freq & Microwave Engr3 Credit hours   

Fundamental Radio Frequency (RF) and microwave circuit analysis; return loss, insertion loss; transmission lines, lumped elements, impedence matching; theory, analysis and design of basic RF and microwave passive circuits.

Pre-req: EE 320.

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EE 447 Real-Time Digital Processing3 Credit hours   

This course provides an introduction to the principles of real-time digital signal processing and hands-on development of real-time signal processing algorithms.

Pre-req: EE 320.

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EE 448 Power Electronics3 Credit hours   

Principles of power electronics. Including understanding of power semiconductor devices, passive components, basic switching circuits, AC/DC, DC/DC, DC/AC converters and their applications.

Pre-req: ENGR 202 and EE 310.

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Engineering & Science

ENGR 102 Introduction to CAD2 Credit hours   

An introduction of scales, plan reading, engineering graphics and computer aided designing. Itroduction to the operation of modern 2D and 3D CAD software. 2 lec (PR: MTH 132; pre-engineering or engineering major)

Pre-req: MTH 132 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D or MTH 229 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D or MTH 229H (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.

Concurrent PR: MTH 132 or MTH 229 or MTH 229H
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ENGR 103 Freshman Engineering Seminar1 Credit hour   

Weekly seminars presented by practicing engineers to help students gain a better understanding of varioius engineering fields and the attributes required to be a successful engineer.

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ENGR 104 The Engineering Profession1 Credit hour   

Introduction to the engineering profession and engineering disciplines; introduction to the engineering design process and team projects. Introduction to the engineering profession and engineering disiplines; introduction to the engineering design process and team projects.

Pre-req: MTH 132 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D or MTH 229 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D or MTH 229H (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.

Concurrent PR: MTH 132 or MTH 229 or MTH 229H
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ENGR 111 Engineering Computations3 Credit hours   

Introduction to effective problem-solving techniques using various engineering applications with an emphasis on accuracy. Various tools will be covered including calculators, spreadsheets, and a computational environment such as MATLAB.

Pre-req: ACT Math with a score of 24 or SAT Mathematics Before Mar. 16 with a score of 560 or MTH 132 (may be taken concurrently) or MTH 229 (may be taken concurrently) or MTH 229H (may be taken concurrently).

Concurrent PR: MTH 132 or MTH 229 or MTH 229H
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ENGR 201 Circuits I4 Credit hours   

Definition of fundamental concepts and components, including operational amplifiers. Steady-state ac and dc analysis using the basic laws of circuits. Principles of electrical measurements. Single-phase ac power. Computer applications. Definition of fundamental concepts and components, including operational amplifiers. Steady-state ac and dc analysis using the basic laws of circuits. Principles of electrical measurements. Single-phase ac power. Computer applica- tions. (PR: MTH 229)

Pre-req: MTH 229 or MTH 229H.

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ENGR 213 Statics3 Credit hours   

Particle and rigid body mechanics for static force systems.

Pre-req: (MTH 229 with a minimum grade of D or MTH 229H with a minimum grade of D).

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ENGR 214 Dynamics3 Credit hours   

Laws of motion, work and energy, impulse and momentum, relative motion. 3 lec

Pre-req: ENGR 213 with a minimum grade of D and MTH 230 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.

Concurrent PR: MTH 230
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ENGR 215 Engineering Materials3 Credit hours   

Material types and the relationships between material structure and material properties. Material defects, failure, corrosion and degradation, strengthening mechanisms, testing, and joining operations. (PR: CHM 211).

Pre-req: CHM 211.

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ENGR 216 Mech of Deformable Bodies3 Credit hours   

Strength of materials; shear and moment diagrams; stresses in shafts, beams and columns; combined stresses; deflections. 4 lec.

Pre-req: ENGR 213 with a minimum grade of D.

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ENGR 217 Engineering Co-Op Preparation1 Credit hour   

To prepare students for both the job search and employment in the field of engineering. Students will learn strategies for conducting a successful Co-Op.

Pre-req: ENGR 102 with a minimum grade of D or CE 102 with a minimum grade of D or CS 110 with a minimum grade of D or CS 110H with a minimum grade of D.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ENGR 219 Engineering Thermodynamics3 Credit hours   

Fundamental concepts of energy analysis and thermodynamic principles. Computer applications. 3-lec.

Pre-req: PHY 211 with a minimum grade of D.

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ENGR 221 Engineering Economy3 Credit hours   

Economic selection of machines, structures and processes. 3 lec.

Pre-req: MTH 127 or MTH 130 or MTH 132 or MTH 229 or MTH 229H.

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ENGR 222 Engr Cost Analysis & Economy3 Credit hours   

Economic analysis of engineering proposals; time value of money; evaluation and selection of projects; replacement and retention decisions; uncertainty and risk; inflation; cost estimation; depreciation; and benefit cost analysis.

Pre-req: MTH 229 or MTH 229H.

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ENGR 240 Manufacturing Processes3 Credit hours   

An introduction to manufacturing systems and strategy. A study of manufacturing processes. Measurement and quality assurance machining, welding, and casting processes. Hot and cold forming and joining processes. 1 lec and 6 lab

Pre-req: ENGR 215 with a minimum grade of D.

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ENGR 245 Circuits and Instrumentation3 Credit hours   

This course provides basic concepts of DC and AC circuit analysis, an overview of the instrument characteristics and measurement principles, and description and evaluation of sensors commonly used with instrumentation.

Pre-req: MTH 230 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D and PHY 213 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.

Concurrent PR: MTH 230 and PHY 213
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ENGR 265 Engineering Analysis4 Credit hours   

Mathematical and analytical solutions of linear and power systems that involve linear algebra, Fourier analysis, and complex variables.

Pre-req: MTH 231.

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ENGR 280 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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ENGR 281 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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ENGR 282 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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ENGR 283 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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ENGR 290 Internship in Engineering1-4 Credit hours   

Supervised off-campus activities which provide professional experience in different fields of engineering.

Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
ENGR 318 Fluid Mechanics3 Credit hours   

Fluid properities, hydrostatic forces, stability of floating bodies, equations of fluid acceleration and motion (continuity, momentum, energy, Euler's Bernoulli's), dynamic similitude, internal flow, and computer solutions in ideal fluids. 3-lec. (PR: ENGR 214; CR: ENGR 319)

Pre-req: ENGR 214 with a minimum grade of D.

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ENGR 319 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory1 Credit hour   

Laboratory techniques in fluid mechanics to include various experiments in fluid statics and fluid dynamics such as hydrostatic pressure, open channel flow, pipe flow, momentum theorem, etc.

Pre-req: ENGR 214 with a minimum grade of D.

Co-req: ENGR 318
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ENGR 330 Engineering Research3 Credit hours   

This course is designed to provide the undergraduate engineering student with an opportunity to participate in engineering projects, research

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ENGR 335 Adv Engineering Analysis3 Credit hours   

Mathematical methods for analyzing and solving a range of engineering problems, including linear algebra, vector and multivariate calculus, complex variables calculus, and Fourier analysis.

Pre-req: MTH 231 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.

Concurrent PR: MTH 231
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ENGR 350 Engineering Co-Op0 Credit hours   

A supervised experience in which the student works for a company to gain practical experience in a students major.

Pre-req: ENGR 217 with a minimum grade of D.

Grade Mode: Credit/No Credit Grade Only
ENGR 451 Intro to Proj Management3 Credit hours   

This course covers project management fundamentals including project definition, project selection, project planning, estimating, scheduling, resource allocation and project control. An emphasis will be placed on building effective project teams.

Pre-req: ENGR 222.

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ENGR 452 Senior Capstone Design I2 Credit hours   

Prepares students for engineering practice by focusing on licensure, ethics, and professional responsibility. Students begin work on senior capstone design projects that are finished the following semester in ENGR 453. (PR: Senior Standing in Engineering; Permission)

Co-req: ENGR 451
Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ENGR 453 Bison image  Senior Capstone Design II3 Credit hours   

Students utilize the engineering design process to complete a comprehensive project that addresses a real-world problem with realistic constraints in a collaborative environment. (PR: ENGR 451, ENGR 452)

Pre-req: ENGR 452 with a minimum grade of D.

Attributes: Capstone Course, No Textbook Required
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ENGR 480 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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ENGR 481 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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ENGR 482 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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ENGR 483 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   
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ENGR 485 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
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ENGR 486 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
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ENGR 487 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
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ENGR 488 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   
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Mechanical Engineering

ME 111 Mech Engineering Computations3 Credit hours   

Introduction to effective problem-solving techniques used in various engineering applications. Computational tools including C and MATLAB will e covered.

Pre-req: MTH 132 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D or MTH 229 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D or MTH 229H (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.

Concurrent PR: MTH 132 or MTH 229 or MTH 229H
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ME 310 Thermodynamics II3 Credit hours   

Gas, vapor, combined power cycles, co-generation, entropy, combustion, fuel cells, and equations of state.

Pre-req: ENGR 219.

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ME 320 Fluid Power3 Credit hours   

This course covers physical principles of fluid power cylinders, control valves, fluid power components: compressors, pumps, valves, cylinders, and motors, fluid power circuits, troubleshooting: hydraulic, symptoms, procedures, pneumatics.

Pre-req: ENGR 214 and ENGR 216.

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ME 325 Experimental Design and Thermo2 Credit hours   

Experimental analysis and design; probability and statistical, uncertainty, and error analysis; Experiments in fluid, heat and thermodynamics; principles and performance of measuring systems; Laboratory experience. 1 Hour for lecture and 3 hours for lab.

Pre-req: ENGR 318 with a minimum grade of D and ME 310 with a minimum grade of D and ME 350 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.

Concurrent PR: ME 350
Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ME 330 Manufacturing Methods/Design3 Credit hours   

This course covers economical production by understanding the capabilities of different manufacturing processes, candidate manufacturing processes for a given part, performing manufacturabiliity evaluation at the design stage, automation, IMS.

Pre-req: ENGR 102 and ENGR 215.

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ME 335 Mech Engineering Analysis3 Credit hours   

Covers the mathematical methods available for analysis of engineering problems, and how to apply them effectively for analytically mechanical and thermal systems.

Pre-req: MTH 231 (may be taken concurrently) with a minimum grade of D.

Concurrent PR: MTH 231
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ME 340 Machine Element Design3 Credit hours   

Mechanical design of machine elements, static and fatigue failures, shaft systems, bearings, gears, springs, screws and fasteners.

Pre-req: ENGR 216 with a minimum grade of D.

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ME 350 Heat Transfer3 Credit hours   

Analysis and solutions of conduction, free and forced convection, radiation heat transfer and design of heat exchangers.

Pre-req: ME 310 with a minimum grade of D and ENGR 318 with a minimum grade of D.

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ME 360 Fluid Dynamics3 Credit hours   

The following topics will be covered: internal and external flows; compressible flows; power and efficiency; fluid machinery; turbulence; fluid dynamics; non-Newtonian flows.

Pre-req: ENGR 318 with a minimum grade of D.

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ME 410 Kinematics & Design of Machine3 Credit hours   

The determination of the motion and forces of machines and mechanisms including rotating machinery, cams and gears. Analyze position, velocity, accelerations, static loads, and dynamic loads.

Pre-req: ENGR 214 with a minimum grade of D and ENGR 216 with a minimum grade of D.

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ME 420 Control Systems3 Credit hours   

This course provides basic concepts of control; open and closed-loop control systems; and PLC Programming.

Pre-req: ENGR 245 with a minimum grade of D and ENGR 335 with a minimum grade of D.

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ME 425 Mechanical Engineering Lab-II1 Credit hour   

Engineering measurements and experimentations. Hands-on labs and data analyses in several major topics of the Mechanics of Materials theory and Theory of Machines.

Pre-req: ME 340.

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ME 430 Design of Thermal Systems3 Credit hours   

Design and analysis of thermal systems including components selection and integrations.

Pre-req: ME 350.

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ME 435 Design of Mechanical System3 Credit hours   

Problem solving methodology in the design, analysis, and synthesis of mechanical systems. Engineering design process involving modeling, computer simulation, concepts of optimization, robustness, reliability, sustainability.

Pre-req: ME 410.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ME 440 Design & Analysis Energy Sys3 Credit hours   

Design characteristics and operational performance of energy systems.

Pre-req: ME 350.

Attributes: No Textbook Required
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ME 445 Hydraulic & Pneumatic Control3 Credit hours   

This course covers standard symbols, pumps, control valves, assemblies, actuators, filter regulator lubricator (FRL), maintenance procedures, switching, control devices, fluid power circuits including design, application, and troubleshooting.

Pre-req: ENGR 240 and ME 320.

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ME 447 Engineering Analysis4 Credit hours   

Experimental laboratory mainly from within the thermo-fluids area, concerned with fluid statics, flow, heat transfer, internal combustion engines, data acquistion, analysis, including use of computers. Principles of good experimental design.

Pre-req: MTH 335.

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ME 450 CNC and Rapid Prototyping3 Credit hours   

This course covers CNC CAD/CAM, CNC tools, coordinate systems, CNC programming Language, CNC operation, CNC tool paths, CNC turning, G/M code reference, CNC milling work-holding, rapid prototyping, 3D printing.

Pre-req: ENGR 240.

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ME 455 Metallurgy3 Credit hours   

Covers material properties and behavior of pure metals and common metal alloys. Discuss various aspects of extractive, mechanical, physical metallurgy, theory and practice of identification, selection, processing, conditioning, and testing.

Pre-req: ENGR 215.

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ME 460 Vibrations3 Credit hours   

Modeling of vibratory motion of single and multiple degree of freedom systems; free and forced response; modal summation method for response predictions; simulation of the vibration by using Matlab.

Pre-req: ENGR 214 and MTH 335.

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ME 465 Mechatronics3 Credit hours   

Dynamic analysis of mechatronic systems, sensors, transducers, and electric circuits and control.

Pre-req: ENGR 245 and MTH 345.

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ME 480 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Subject matter to be selectred from topics of current interest.

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ME 481 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Subject matter to be selected from topics of current interest.

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ME 482 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Subject matter to be selected from topics of current interest.

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ME 483 Special Topics1-4 Credit hours   

Subject matter to be selected from topics of current interest.

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ME 485 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual study of advanced mechanical engineering areas.

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ME 486 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual study of advanced mechanical engineering areas.

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ME 487 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual study of advanced mechanical engineering areas.

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ME 488 Independent Study1-4 Credit hours   

Individual study of advanced mechanical engineering areas.

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