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Engineering 401-3 Classical Mechanics A study of the foundations of advanced mechanics. Three-dimensional formulations of Newtonian physics will be developed. Variational methods, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian dyamics, noninertial reference frames, and dynamics of rigid bodies will also be discussed. Prerequisites: Math 352 and Phys 204. 410-3 Mechanical Engineering Design I Engr Design I allows students to synthesize technical, professional, and general knowledge. Skills such as project management are introduced. Prerequisites: Senior standing in mechanical engineering. Fall 411-3 Mechanical Engineering Design II Engr Design II is a continuation of Engr Design I where students will complete the project proposed in Engr Design I. Formal written and oral reports to faculty, industrial sponsors, and invited guests are required. Spring 420-3 Intermediate Mechanics of Materials Intermediate Mechanics of Materials expands on Engr 220 and provides more advanced applications of mechanics of materials. Topics include curved beams, thick-walled cylinders, unsymmetrical bending, failure theories and energy methods for statically indeterminate problems. Prerequisite: Engr 220. 450-3 Heat Transfer Heat Transfer covers concepts involving the transfer of heat through steady state and transient heat conduction is solids, forced and free convection in fluids, and thermal radiation. Prerequisites: Engr 340 and Engr 350. Fall 460-3 Finite Element Analysis Finite element analysis provides an introduction to the theory and application of the finite element method. Students will use commercial software to solve problems in stress analysis, heat transfer, and fluid mechanics. Prerequisites: Engr 220 and Math 352. 470-3 Machine Dynamics Machine dynamics covers graphical, analytical, and computer based analysis methods for mechanisms and machines. Applications focus

on synthesis and analysis of mechanical linkage mechanisms and cams. Additional topics include machine balancing and flywheels. Prerequisite: Engr 211. 471-3 Vibrations Vibrations covers the fundamentals of vibration analysis with application of simple machine and structural members. Topics include harmonic motion, free and forced vibration, resonance, damping, isolation, and transmissibility. Single and multiple degree-of-freedom systems are examined. Prerequisites: Engr 211 and Math 352. 480-3 Introduction to Electronic Packaging An introduction to microelectronic packaging with an emphasis on mechanical issues. The course will examine thermal, mechanical, electrical, and materials considerations in design optimization. Assembly, special packages, and reliability will also be discussed. Prerequisites: Engr 380, senior standing. Course Descriptions (PHYS) 143-4 College Physics I (Lec/Lab) A non-calculus-based introduction to physics, including Newton’s laws, energy, linear and angular momentum, conservation laws, simple harmonic motion, and thermodynamics. Prequisite: Math 112. Spring 144-4 College Physics II (Lec/Lab) A continuation of Phys 143. Topics include waves, sound, electricity and magnetism, optics, and atomic physics. Prerequisite: Phys 143. Fall 203-4 Physics I (Lec/Lab) A calculus-based introduction to physics including Newton’s laws, energy, linear and angular momentum, conservation laws, simple harmonic motion, and thermodynamics. Corequisite: Math 151. Spring 204-4 Physics II (Lec/Lab) A continuation of Phys 203. Topics include waves, sound, electricity and magnetism, optics and atomic physics. Prerequisite: Phys 203. Fall

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Academic catalog 18 19 (web)