EGGN-3960 Competition Project–Sp 0 hours Engineering juniors on a school of engineering intercollegiate design competition may use this course to provide on their transcript a record of their participation throughout the year. The name of the competition will be designated. EGGN-4010 Senior Seminar–Fa 0 hours Required weekly meeting of senior engineering and computer science majors to discuss the transition into the professional work environment. Prerequisite: Senior status in engineering or computer science. (Fee: $35) EGGN-4960 Competition Project–Sp 0 hours Engineering seniors on a school of engineering intercollegiate design competition may use this course to provide on their transcript a record of their participation throughout the year. The name of the competition will be designated. EGGN-4980 Research Project II–Fa, Sp, Su 0 hours Engineering and computer science majors will undertake advanced levels of research under the direction of an engineering and computer science faculty mentor. Students participating on a school research project may use this course to provide on their transcript a record of their participation on a research project. Prerequisite: EGGN-2980 Research Project I. Mechanical Engineering (EGME) EGME-1810 Engineering Graphics–Fa 1 hour Introduction to basic techniques of sketching, drawing, dimensioning, multiple views, sectioning, multi-view projections, and pictorial views. Introduction to commercial software for threedimensional solid modeling and preparing engineering drawings. (Fee: $25) EGME-2050 Computational Methods–Sp 4 hours Introduction to computer programming and the numerical methods for solving roots of equations, simultaneous linear algebraic equations, ordinary differential equations, integration, introduction to finite-difference approximations, and least-squares curve fits. Pre- or Corequisites: MATH-2710 Calculus III; MATH2740 Differential Equations. EGME-2410 Properties of Engineering Materials–Fa 4 hours Introduction to the properties of metallic, ceramic, polymeric, and composite materials; plastic deformation, strengthening, fracture, fatigue, corrosion, diffusion, equilibrium and nonequilibrium processes, phase diagrams, electrical and magnetic properties, and application to materials selection. Three lecture hours and one two-hour laboratory per week. Prerequisite: EGME-2530 Statics and Mechanics of Materials. (Fee: $100) EGME-2430 3 hours Contemporary Manufacturing Processes–Fa Contemporary processing techniques of materials including machining, casting, forming, hot and cold working; conventional, NC, and CNC machining as well as 3D printing; inspection techniques, quality control, and production methods. Prerequisite: EGME-2410 Properties of Engineering Materials. (Fee: $55) EGME-2510 Statics–Fa 3 hours Introduction to analyzing forces in isolated and connected rigidbody systems; vector analysis, forces, moments, resultants, two- and three-dimensional equilibrium, centroids, moment of inertia, friction, trusses, frames, and machines. Design project required. Prerequisites: EGME-1810 Engineering Graphics; PHYS-2110 General Physics I; MATH-1720 Analytical Geometry and Calculus II. (Fee: $10) EGME-2530 Statics and Mechanics of Materials–Fa 5 hours Introduction to analyzing forces in isolated and connected rigidbody systems; vector analysis, forces, moments, resultants, two- and three-dimensional equilibrium, centroids, distributed loading, moment of inertia, friction, trusses, frames, and machines. Introduction to the theoretical and experimental analysis of deformable bodies subject to applied loads; normal and shear stress and strain, strain energy, torsion, stresses in beams, deflection of beams, combined stress, stress transformation, failure theories, and buckling of columns. Design project required. Prerequisites: EGME-1810 Engineering Graphics or EGCE-1920 Introduction to Civil Engineering; PHYS-2110 General Physics I; MATH-1720 Calculus II. (Fee: $25) EGME-2570 Statics and Dynamics–Fa 3 hours Free-body diagrams, vectors, resultant forces, two- and threeforce members, friction, simple machines, center of gravity, and moments of inertia. Kinematics and equations of motion of a particle for rectilinear and cervilinear motion. Planar kinematics of rigid bodies. Kinetics for planar motion of rigid bodies, including equations of motion and principles of energy and momentum. Prerequisites: EGME-1810 Engineering Graphics; MATH-1720 Calculus II; PHYS-2110 General Physics I. (Fee: $10) EGME-2630 Dynamics–Sp 3 hours Introduction to kinematic and kinetic analysis of particles, systems of particles, and rigid bodies; position, velocity, acceleration, non-rotating and rotating frames of reference, Newton’s laws, work, energy, impulse, momentum, conservative and non-conservative systems, and vibration of single-degree-offreedom systems. Design project required. Prerequisite: EGME2510 Statics or EGME-2530 Statics and Mechanics of Materials. Pre- or Corequisite: MATH-2740 Differential Equations. (Fee: $10) EGME-3010 2 hours Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I–Fa Experiments using the wind tunnel, engine test cell, testing machines in the mechanics laboratory, vibrations laboratory, fluids laboratory, refrigeration laboratory, and heat transfer laboratory are conducted. Students measure mechanical phenomena such as acceleration, force, pressure, temperature, strain, fluid flow, viscosity, and heat transfer using transducers, instrumentation, and PC-based data acquisition. Students design some of the experiments. Two 2-hour laboratories per week. Prerequisites: EGME-2630 Dynamics; EGEE-2050 Circuits and Instrumentation. Corequisites: EGME-3110 Thermodynamics; EGME-3210 Fluid Mechanics. (Fee: $100) EGME-3020 2 hours Mechanical Engineering Laboratory II–Sp Continuation of EGME-3010. Two two-hour laboratories per week. Prerequisite: EGME-3010 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I. Corequisite: EGME-3150 Heat Transfer. (Fee: $100) EGME-3050 3 hours Introduction to Finite Element Analysis–Sp Introduction to basic components of the finite element method including element selection, shape functions, strain-displacement and stress-strain relations, formulation of the stiffness matrix for 1-D, 2-D, and 3-D elements, linear strain and isoparametric formulations, application of boundary conditions, and interpretation of results; application to 2-D and 3-D problems and experience using a commercial code. Prerequisites: EGME-2050 Computational Methods; EGME-2530 Statics and Mechanics of Materials. (Fee: $25) EGME-3110 Thermodynamics–Fa 5 hours Introduction to engineering thermodynamics, properties of pure substances, work, heat, first and second laws of thermodynamics, energy, enthalpy, and entropy. Specific application to power, refrigeration cycles, and combustion processes. Prerequisites: CHEM-1050 Chemistry for Engineers; MATH-2710 Calculus III. 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