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M E 469 Applications of Dynamics in Engineering (4)Application of the principles of dynamics to selected engineering problems, such as suspension systems, gyroscopes, electromechanical devices. Includes introduction to energy methods, Hamilton's principle and Lagrange equations, and the design of dynamic system. Prerequisite: M E 374.View course details in MyPlan: M E 469

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M E 521 Thermodynamics (3)Fundamental concepts of temperature, thermodynamic properties, and systems. The first, second, and combined laws. Development of the relations of classical thermodynamics. Introduction to statistical thermodynamics. Prerequisite: M E 323 and graduate standing in mechanical engineering or permission of instructor. Offered: A.View course details in MyPlan: M E 521

M E 564 Mechanical Engineering Analysis (3)Application of mathematical methods to the description and analysis of systems in mechanical engineering. Analogies in heat transfer, fluid flow, stress distribution, dynamics, and feedback control. Prerequisite: graduate standing in mechanical engineering or permission of instructor. Offered: A.View course details in MyPlan: M E 564

Classification and applications for mechanical manipulator systems.Manipulator motion description, forward kinematics transformations, andsolution of inverse kinematics equations. Velocity kinematics and manipulator dynamicsequations. Trajectory generation and control schemes including sensoryfeedback. Laboratory exercises to augment lecture material.

Prerequisite: MECHENG 382. (3 credits) Mathematical modeling of manufacturing processes used in industry to manufacture mechanical systems: machining, deformation, welding, assembly, surface treatment, and solidification processes. Process costs and limits; influence of processes on the final mechanical properties of the product. Reconfigurable manufacturing, Rapid prototyping, Direct Metal Deposition (DMD) and semiconductor manufacturing. (Course Profile)

Prerequisite: MECHENG 350, MECHENG 360, MECHENG 395, preceded or accompanied by MECHENG 335. May not elect MECHENG 450 concurrently. Student must be declared in Mechanical Engineering. Not open to graduate students. (4 credits).Weekly lectures and extended experimental projects designed to demonstrate experimental and analytical methods as applied to complex mechanical systems. Topics will include controls, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, mechanics, materials and dynamical systems. Emphasis on laboratory report writing, oral presentations and team-building skills, and the design of experiments (Course Profile)

Prerequisite: MECHENG 520. (3 credits) Selected topics in multiphase flow including nucleation and cavitation; dynamics of stationary and translating particles and bubbles; basic equations of homogeneous two-phase gas/liquid, gas/solid and vapor/liquid flows; kinematics and acoustics of bubbly flows; instabilities and shock waves in bubbly flows; stratified, annular and granular flow.

Prerequisite: MECHENG 240. (3 credits) Newton/Euler and Lagrangian formulations for three dimensional motion of particles and rigid bodies. Principles of dynamics applied to various rigid-body and multi-body dynamics problems that arise in aerospace and mechanical engineering.

Prerequisite: MECHENG 360 or graduate standing. (3 credits)Geometrical representation of the dynamics of nonlinear systems. Stability and bifurcation theory for autonomous and periodically forced systems. Chaos and strange attractors. Introduction to pattern formation. Applications to various problems in rigid-body dynamics, flexible structural dynamics, fluid-structure interactions, fluid dynamics, and control of electromechanical systems.

Prerequisite: graduate standing or permission of instructor (3 credits) Geometry, kinematics, differential kinematics, dynamics, and control of robot manipulators. The mathematical tools required to describe spatial motion of a rigid body will be presented in full. Motion planning including obstacle avoidance is also covered.

Mechanical Systems/Design: This area encompasses the broad field of computer-aided design including design methodology and computer graphics, as well as kinematics and dynamics of machines, vibrations, design of machine elements, controls, automation, and techniques for assessing reliability. Current areas of research include non-linear dynamics & vibrations, vibration-based structural health monitoring and failure prediction, expert systems, machine tool calibration, control of robot vehicles, kinematic design and optimization, computer-aided design of control systems, precision machining, surface roughness analysis, and robot-assisted waterjet machining.

Introduction to the kinematics and dynamics of particles and rigid bodies. The Newton-Euler, Work/Energy, and Impulse/Momentum methods are explored for ascertaining the dynamics of particles and rigid bodies. An engineering design problem using these fundamental principles is also undertaken.

Application of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics to basic flow processes and cycle performance in chemical propulsion systems: gas turbines, ramjets, scramjets, and rockets. Introduction to electric and electromagnetic rocket thrusters, nuclear rockets, and solar sails.

Statistics of independent particles, development of quantum mechanical description of atoms and molecules, application of quantum mechanics, evaluation of thermodynamics properties for solids, liquids, and gases, statistical mechanics of dependent particles (ensembles).

EML 3007 Elements of Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer. Credits: 3; Prereq: MAC 2313, PHY 2048, CHM 2045 or CHM 2041.Applications of first and second laws of thermodynamics to closed and open systems. Steady one-dimensional conduction, lumped parameter analysis, convection, radiation. Intended for non-mechanical engineering students.

TY - JOURAU - Jakub StępieńAU - Andrzej PolańskiAU - Konrad WojciechowskiTI - A general on-the-fly algorithm for modifying the kinematic tree hierarchyJO - International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer SciencePY - 2012VL - 22IS - 2SP - 423EP - 435AB - When conducting a dynamic simulation of a multibody mechanical system, the model definition may need to be altered during the simulation course due to, e.g., changes in the way the system interacts with external objects. In this paper, we propose a general procedure for modifying simulation models of articulated figures, particularly useful when dealing with systems in time-varying contact with the environment. The proposed algorithm adjusts model connectivity, geometry and current state, producing its equivalent ready to be used by the simulation procedure. Furthermore, we also provide a simple usage scenario-a passive planar biped walker.LA - engKW - dynamics; articulated system; rigid bodies; system hierarchy; contact; animationUR - ER -

3404: FLUID MECHANICSComprehensive first course in basic and applied fluidmechanics. Fluid properties, statics, kinematics, anddynamics. Euler's and Bernoulli's equations.Hydrodynamics. Dimensional analysis and similitude. Realfluids, laminar and turbulent flows. Boundary layer modeland approximate analysis. Compressible flow and propulsiondevices. Flow measurement. Introduction to turbomachinerywith applications.Pre: (2124, MATH 2214, MATH 2204) or (ME 2124, MATH 2214, MATH 2204H) or (ME 2124, MATH 2214, MATH 2224) or (ME 2124, MATH 2214, MATH 2224H) or (ME 2124, MATH 2214H, MATH 2204) or (ME 2124, MATH 2214H, MATH 2204H) or (ME 2124, MATH 2214H, MATH 2224) or (ME 2124, MATH 2214H, MATH 2224H) or (ME 2124, MATH 2405H, MATH 2406H).(3H,3C)

Any visiting student registering to this course should possess the following:- Solid knowledge of basic engineering mathematics including partial derivatives, integrals, complex numbers and matrices;- Familiarity with methods for the solution of ODEs;- Understanding of eigenvalues and eigenvectors;- Familiarity with dynamic mechanical systems (kinematics and oscillatory systems), and/or electrical systems (DC/AC analysis of circuits).

Free vectors theory - geometry of the plane curves - kinematics of the element - kinematics of the rigid body - relative kinematics - rigid plane motiond - polar curves - statics and dynamics of the element - cardinal equations - applied vectors theory - statics and dynamics of the rigid body - statics and dynamics of the articulate systems.

The department offers graduate programs leading to MS and PhD degrees in mechanical engineering, with areas of concentration in thermal and fluid sciences conversion (heat and mass transfer, thermodynamics, combustion, thermal environmental engineering), in materials/manufacturing (composite and smart materials, mechanical properties, electrochemistry and corrosion, solid-state ionics, processing, marine materials), and in mechanics, systems, and controls (robotics, dynamics, control, continuum mechanics). For qualified graduate students, teaching assistantships, research assistantships, and scholarships are available.

Features of the use of computer simulation systems kinematics and dynamics of machines and mechanisms Adams, VisualNastran. Motion simulation. Analysis of initial conditions. Kinematic and dynamic analysis. Static and quasi-static analysis 041b061a72


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