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ME 422, ME 432, ME 436, ME 472, ME 478, ME 482, ME 484, ME 488, ME 490

Failure, Phase Diagrams, Definitions and Basic Concepts, Binary Phase Diagrams, The Iron-Carbon System, Phase Transformations in Metals, Phase Transformations, Microstructural and Property Changes in Iron-Carbon System, Corrosion and Degredation of Materials, Corrosion of Metals, Corrosion of Ceramics, Degredation of Polymers, Thermal Properties, Electrical Properties, Electrical Conduction, Material Selection and Design Considerations, Lab. Experiment, Heat Treatment of Steel, Testing Mechanical Behavior and Microstructure of the Samples

The goals of this course are to provide an introduction to the mechanical behavior of engineering materials including metals, ceramics, polymers and their composites. The student will have familiarity with the basic mechanics of elastic and plastic deformations, strengthening, fracture and mechanical testing methods

Be able to interpret the basic concepts and theories of chemistry, Be able to apply stoichiometric methodology to analyze and solve chemical problems, Be able to perform calculations related to solutions, gas laws, and thermochemistry, Be able to examine the structure of the atom and relate the properties of atom to the organization of the periodic table, Be able to name the chemicals, balance the chemical reactions.

Introduction to computer science. Coding in Phyton. Assignments, conditionals and logical tests. Loops. Recursion. Integers and floats. Exhaustive enumeration. Iteration with floating point numbers. Bi-section method. Newton Raphson iteration. Lists. Accumulation of data. Data representation using Phyton.

Fundamentals circuit laws. Resistive circuit analysis. Sinusoidal steady state response of circuits. Three phase circuits. Magnetic circuits and transformers. Electromechanical energy conversion. Semiconductor elements. Transistor biasing and amplifiers. Operational amplifiers and integrated circuits.

Being able to use the rules to write an effective paragraph, being able to recognize irrelevant sentences in a paragraph, being able to paraphrase and summarize paragraphs and longer texts, being able to recognize the parts of an essay by analyzing it, being able to create a well-organized essay, developing skills to study individually and as a group.

Continuation of ENG 101.

Methods of library research. Techniques for the preparation of research papers report and term papers. Communication practices on selected topics.

The ability to understand conceptual and visual representation of limits, continuity, differentiability. The ability to determine the tangent line to a function at a point. The ability to differentiate a function using power, product, quotient, chain rule and to use derivatives in practical applications, such as distance, velocity, acceleration and related rates . The ability to use first and second derivative tests to optimize functions. The ability to find critical numbers, inflection points, extreme points, and the shape of the graph. The ability to evaluate the antidifferentiates of some basic functions. The ability to use Riemann Sums to estimate areas under the curve. The ability to apply Fundamental Theorem of Calculus to evaluate definite integrals.

Techniques of integration, polar coordinates and conic sections, infinite series, parametric curves and vectors in the plane, vectors, curves and surfaces in spaces, partial differentiation, multiple integrals, vector analysis.

Clasification of Differential Equations, Initial and Boundary Value Problems. Exact and Seperable Differential Equations, Linear Equations and Bernoulli Equations. Higher Order Differential Equations: Homogeneous Linear Equations with constant coefficients. The Method of Undetermined Coefficients, Variation of Parameters, The Cauchy-Euler Equation. Series Solutions of Linear Differential Equations. Bessel Differential Equations. The Laplace Transform.

Knowledge of IzTech Mechanical Engineering Courses. Knowledge of positions of mechanical engineers in industry, job possibilities and required attributes. Ability to report a technical study, and to prepare/perform a technical presentation.

Ability to create, drawings of parts or assembly by instrumental drawing technique. Ability to recognize of assembly drawing. Ability to create 2-D orthographic projections for manufacturing of parts by instrumental drawing technique. To be able to interpret engineering drawings. Ability to use CAD (computer aided drawing) for solid modelling.

Drafting equipment, materials, basic use of instruments, basics of lettering, constructional geometry, orthographic drawing and sketching, sectional views and conventions, dimensioning is introduced in the first part. In the second part, basic knowledge about Computer Aided Drawing is given.

Atomic structure and Interatomic Bonding, The Structure of Crystalline Solids, Imperfections in Solids, Point Defects, Miscellaneous Imperfections, Microscopic Examinations, Diffusion, Mechanical Properties of Metals, Elastic deformation, Plastic Deformation, Dislocations and Strengthening Mechanisms, Dislocations and Plastic Deformation, Mechanism of Strengthening in Metals, Recovery, Recrystallization, Grain Growth, Laboratuary Experiments, Microstructural Observation with Microscope

Introduction Fluid statics.Kinematics of flow.Continuity Equation.Bernoulli’s Equations.Viscous Flow Equations.Head Loss in Ducts and Piping Systems.Momentum Theorems.Dimensional Analysis and Similitude.Potential Flow,Circulation and Vorticity.

Properties of a pure substance, equations of state for fluids and solids, work and heat, first law of thermodynamics for closed and open systems, second law of thermodynamics, entropy, exergy.

Principles of mechanics. Important vector quantities. Classification and equivalence of force systems. State of equilibrium. Elements of structures: trusses, beams, shafts and cables. Friction. Principles of virtual work and minimum potential energy.

The main objective of this course is to offer students the basics of kinematics and the kinetics of particles-rigid bodies and provide the background necessary for advanced courses related to Dynamics offered in the Mechanical Engineering Department.

Stress and strain. Criteria for the failure of structural components and common engineering materials. Deflection analysis. Statically indeterminate members. Thermal stresses. Combined stresses, Mohr’s circle. Buckling. Fatique failure.

Vector analysis, matrices, determinants, systems of lineer equations. Linear transformation. Complex numbers and variables. Fundemental theorem of integral calculus. Harmonic Functions. Taylor’s series. Singular points. Geometric representation of complex variables and conformal mapping.

Potential flow theory. Boundary layer theory. Turbomachinary. Introduction to compressible fluid flow.

Vapor power and gas cycles, refrigeration cycles, thermodynamic relations, mixtures of gases, air conditioning, gas mixtures.

Introduction to Basic Machinery Knowledge. Overview of Strength of Materials, Material Knowledge, Tolerances. Design of Screws, Welding and Joints. Energy Storing and Dissipating Elements. Shafts, Belts and Chains.

Introduction to Rolling Contact Bearings, the Lubrication Theory, Journal Bearings, Gears and their methods of design.

Casting Techniques. Metal Forming Processes. Joining Techniques. Welding Processes. Ceramic Processing. Powder Processing. Chip Removal Processes. Automation in Production (NC, Robotics, CAD/CAM).

The main objective of this course is to enable student competence in the basics of Manufacturing Engineering and to develop the ability to understand the importance of economic and efficient manufacturing

Introduction to Mechanisms. Degree of Freedom. Kinematic Analysis of Planar Mechanisms by Graphical and Analytical Methods. Linear Mechanical Systems. Four-Link Mechanisms. Cams.

Rigid Body Dynamics of Machinery, Graphical and Analytical Methods. Inertia Forces. Vibration Analysis, Equation of Motion, Free and Forced Vibrations, Balancing.

One Dimensional Steady-State Conduction in Cartesian and Cylindrical Coordinates.Heat Transfer from Extended Surfaces. Conduction Shape Factor. Transient Conduction. The Lumped Capacitance Method. Heisler Diagrams. Convective Heat Transfer. External and Internal Flows. Free Convection. Heat Exchangers. Fundamental Concepts of Radiative Heat Transfer.

Curve Fitting, Linear and Multiple Regression. Roots of Equations. Interpolation, Numerical Differentiation and Integration. Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations: Euler’s and Modified Euler’s Method. Runge Kutta Methods

It is intended to cover a range of topics from classical to modern control theory. Discussions will include modeling of physical systems, flow charts, feedback control theory, stability and stability probing methods.

The Design Philosophy and Methodology. Engineering Economics and Economics Decision Making for a Process or a Product. Application of Optimization Principles to a Specific Engineering Problem. Cost Estimation . A term Project will be given during the Course.

Applies the engineering sciences to the design of a system, component, or process. Students choose the particular design project with the approval of the appropriate faculty. Design teams are organized. Each project includes the use of open-ended problems, development and use of design methodology, formulation of design problem statements and specifications, consideration of alternative solutions, feasibility considerations and detailed system descriptions. It should include realistic constraints (such as economic factors, safety, reliability, maintenance, aesthetics, ethics, and social impact)

A broad introduction to basic statistical concepts. Laboratory techniques for verifying theoretical concepts. Methods for analyzing and presenting data. Report preparation and presentation of technical reports. A number of experiments about fluid mechanics, heat transfer, materials science, system analysis, process control and instrumentation.

Introduction. Basics, History, Types, Uses. Thermodynamics, Cycles. Fuels, mixtures, combustion. Spark Ignition (SI) combustion. Compression Ignition (Diesel) (CI) combustion. Characteristics of the Working Cycle (indicated and effective characteristics). Motor Vehicle Engine Characteristics. Parameters effecting engine characteristics. Fuel feed systems of SI and CI engines. Supercharging, Turbocharging. Crank- Piston dynamics / Engine Balancing. Crank-piston- connecting rod design. Lubrication System Cooling system / thermal balance.

Introduction to heat exchangers. Heat transfer mechanism. Flow arrangements. Basic design methods: log mean temperature difference, the effectiveness-NTU method. Double pipe heat exchangers. Heat exchanger pressure drop. Fouling of heat exchangers. Shell-and-tube heat exchangers. Compact heat exchangers. Plate type heat exchangers. Condensers and evaporators. Term project.

Introduction to renewable energies. Principles of renewable energies. Basic laws of heat transfer and fluid mechanics. Uses of renewable energies: solar, wind, geothermal, bio, tidal, wave, etc. Storage of energy and its distribution.

The purpose of the course is to educate the student in the various aspects of mechanics for using composite materials in the design and analysis of composite structures and products. These include the introduction to composite materials; anisotropic elasticity and laminate theory; plates and panels of composite materials; beams, columns and rods; composite material shell structures; energy methods; strength and failure theories; adhesive bonding and mechanical fastening; hygrothermal effects; stress analysis, buckling, vibrations and impact.

Introduction to geothermal energy. The use of geothermal energy. Electricity generation. Direct use applications: space and district heating, space cooling, greenhouse heating, heat pumps, aquaculture, industrial applications. Environmental impacts of geothermal applications. Geothermal laws. Field trips to a geothermal power plant and some geothermal direcr use applications. Term project

Introduction, Psychometrics, heat transfer through buildings, internal heat sources, indoor and outdoor design conditions, review of heating load calculation, cooling load calculation, load calculation software, summer and winter processes, ventilating and air conditioning equipment, all-water systems, all-air systems, air-and-water systems, HVAC control systems, individual room air conditioning systems

Vehicle performance: engine characteristics, resistances to motion, maximum speed, acceleration performance, gradability. Calculation of fuel consumption. Power train: clutch, gearbox, gear ratios, propeller shaft, universal and constant velocity joints, differential, differential ratio, drive shafts. Brakes: basic requirements, directional stability, weight transfer, brake force distribution.

Elements of Vibrating Systems, Free Vibration of One-Degree-of-Freedom Systems, Harmonic Excitation of One-Degree-of-Freedom Systems, Multi-Degree-of-Freedom-System Derivation of Governing Equations, Free Vibration of Multi-Degree-of-Freedom-Systems, Forced Vibration of Multi-Degree-of Transient Vibrations of One-Degree-of-Freedom Systems, Vibration Control.

Introduction and present economy studies. Cost concepts. Time value of money and equivalence. Comparison of investment alternatives. Replacement analysis. Depreciation and after-tax analysis. Sensitivity analysis. Evaluation of public projects. Linear programming. Large scale project planning.

Introduction. Fundamentals of crystallography. Properties of X-rays and electron beam. Use of X-ray diffraction (XRD) to determine crystal structures, chemical compositions of metallic and ceramic materials. Scanning electron microscope, its principles of operation. Metallographic sample preperation: cutting, grindling, polishing, etching. Optical microscopy. Reflected light and transmitted light microscopy.

Introduction to the history of the industrial segments of the ceramic industry. Classification of the industry based on product lines and raw materials used. Examination of crystal chemistry, occurence, processing and preperation of raw materials prior to processing into final ware.

Introduction to composite materials. Fibers and fiber architecture. Matrices. Elastic deformation of long-fiber composites. Laminates and their elestic behaviour. Stress ans strain in short fiber composites. The interface region, interface formation mechanisms, measurement of bonding strength. Strength and toughness of composites. Processing technologies for polymer, metal and ceramic matrix composites and their applications.

To be able to identify physical quantities, their units, and be able to express other new physical concepts using the known ones. To be able to express the relation between position, velocity and acceleration, and use these consepts to describe the motion of objects in one, two and three dimensions. To be able to identify the concept of force and Newton s laws of motion, and its application in analysis of equilibrium and motion. To be able to identify the conservation laws and their importance in explaining natural and daily life phenomenon. To be able to describe law of gravitation, Kepler laws and planetary motion

Continuation of Physics I. The fundamentals laws of electricity and magnetism, including electromagnetic oscillation and applications to circuits and instruments. Coulomb’s law; electric fields; Gauss’s law; electric potential; capacitance. Simple circuits; RC circuits. Magnetic force; forces and magnetic dipoles; magnetic fields; Faraday’s law; self-inductance. Weekly laboratory experiments complement the lecture.