Mechanical Engineering Thermodynamics [Mechanical engineering]

Mechanical Engineering Thermodynamics

Mechanical Engineering (ME)

2115. Introduction to Programming Lab (1). Prerequisites: ENGR 1315, MATH 1352, PHYS 1408. Introduction to programming fundamentals needed for basic engineering analyses through laboratory exercises; focuses on text-based programming.

2301. Statics (3). Prerequisites: MATH 1452, PHYS 1408. Analyses of particles, rigid bodies, trusses, frames, and machines in static equilibrium with applied forces and couples.

2302. Dynamics (3). Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 2450 and ME 2301. Kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies.

2315. Computer-Aided Analysis (3). Prerequisites: ME 1315, PHYS 1408, MATH 1452. Introduces numerical methods used in the solution of typical engineering problems. Includes design activity.

2322. Engineering Thermodynamics I (3). Prerequisites: PHYS 1408, MATH 1452. Properties of pure substances, ideal gas behavior, first and second law analysis, and applications to energy conversion and power cycles. Fulfills core Technology and Applied Science requirement.

3000 LEVEL COURSES

3164. Finite Element Analysis (FEA) (1). Prerequisite: ME 3403 (may be taken concurrently). Introduces students to the use of finite element analysis software to perform load and stress analysis on mechanical components.

3165. Computational Fluid Dynamics (1). Prerequisite: ME 3370. Introduces students to computer-based analysis and design of fluid/thermal systems.

3215. Numerical Methods (2). Prerequisites: ME 2115, MATH 3350. Introduction to numerical methods used in the solution of engineering problems.

3228. Materials and Mechanics Laboratory (2). Prerequisites: ME 2301 and 3311, PHYS 2401. Evaluating and reporting the characteristics of materials and mechanical systems.

3311. Materials Science (3). Prerequisites: CHEM 1307, 1107 and ME 2301. Fundamental and applied knowledge of the structure and properties of materials.

3322. Engineering Thermodynamics II (3). Prerequisite: ME 2322. Principles of thermodynamics for general systems, cycle analysis, availability and irreversibility, thermodynamics of state, thermodynamics of nonreacting and reacting mixtures. Includes design activity.

3333. Dynamic Systems and Vibrations (3). Prerequisites: MATH 3350, ME 2302 and 3215, PHYS 2401, and either ECE 3301 or 3302. Modeling and analysis of dynamic systems, equilibrium, stability and linear systems theory, introduction to mechanical vibrations.

3365. Introduction to Design (3). Prerequisites: ME 3403. Analysis, design, and evaluation of mechanical elements.



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FAQ

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How does Thermodynamics affect the work of mechanical engineers.

thermodynamics, is essential for mechanical engineers, because the subject is mainly about heat and work in system, and as an engineer that is important, especially when you have to design engines, because that is when you have to determine important factors such as the amount of work that can be done by that engine internally, and the heat it transefered and obtained.

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