(3 credits) Analytical and Computational Dynamics I for even-year courses. Statistical Thermodynamics Review of experimental results on the statistics and structure of turbulent flows. Course mechanics (access requires umich.edu email account) > EECS course descriptions. ME 572     Convection Heat Transfer     3 Credit Hours. Solution methods for model equations and the Euler and the Navier-Stokes equations. Student teams will perform market analysis and explore the intellectual property space around their ideas and rapidly iterate them into a final prototype via direct digital manufacturing (e.g., 3D CAD/CAM files manifested via digital printing or machining). Computational Modeling of Biological Tissues Properties of solar radiation. Dynamic loading. Automotive Engineering (3 credits) (YR). Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Unified treatment of thermal energy storage, transport and conversion, by principal carriers: phonon, electron, fluid particle and photon. Prerequisite: MECHENG 320. Prerequisite: MECHENG 336. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 553 (MFG 553). (3 credits) 19%. Power Electronics – EECS 418. (3 credits) Prerequisite: MECHENG 235, MECHENG 335. Thermodynamics II Introduction to micro-actuators and microsensors such as micromotors, grippers, accelerometers and pressure sensors. Advanced cutting process mechanics and modeling including cutting process damping, thermal energy and cutting temperature, and wear evolution. These issues are addressed on the basis of mechanical deformation and thermal characteristics of materials during processing. Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Fundamental properties of biological systems, followed by a quantitative, mechanical analysis. Prerequisite: senior or graduate standing. Topics will include controls, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, mechanics, materials and dynamical systems. RISE 2 – Research, Innovation, Service and Entrepreneurship Applications to computational fluid mechanics. Fluid Mechanics CHE 342. Specifically, the electro-mechanical  design/modeling, basic/advanced control, and real-time motion generation techniques for computer-controlled manufacturing machines are studied. ME 585     Cast Metals in Eng Design     3 Credit Hours. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 481. FEA in heat transfer. Similarity solutions. Engineering Acoustics Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Design and analysis of vehicle control systems such as cruise control, traction control, active suspensions and advanced vehicle control systems for Intelligent Vehicle-Highway Systems (IVHS). Mathematical representations: state equations, transfer functions, impulse response, matrix fraction and polynomial descriptions. Automatic Control Surface waves in liquids; group velocity and dispersion; water waves created by and wave resistance to a moving body; Korteweg de Vries equation; conoidal and solitary waves in water; wave reflection and diffraction; shallow-water waves by the method of characteristics; statistical approach and spectral analysis; wave generation. Non self-adjoint systems. Machining Dynamics and Mechanics Recent developments on fiber reinforced plastics and metals will be covered. Stability and bifurcation theory for autonomous and periodically forced systems. Applications of differential equation methods of particular use in mechanics. Control of Advanced Powertrain Systems CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 517. This course covers fundamentals of fuel cell systems for both automotive and distributed power applications. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Vibrating systems; acoustic wave equation; plane and spherical waves in fluid media; reflection and transmission at interfaces; propagation in lossy media; radiation and reception of acoustic waves; pipes, cavities and waveguides; resonators and filters; noise; selected topics in physiological, environmental and architectural acoustics. Plastic response to impact loads. 561 equivalent. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 518 (MFG 518). A study of the linear vibrations of discrete multi-degree-of-freedom systems. The student(s) submits proposal and presents poster at ME Undergraduate Symposium. Theoretical and computational aspects of finite element methods. Heat transfer mechanisms. Specific topics include automotive structures, suspension steering, brakes and driveline. Robust design. A few methods to be considered include the Rayleigh-Ritz, Galerkin, Collocation, Myklestad, and Lumped-parameter methods. Introduction to Dynamics and Vibrations CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 507. Combustion of premixed gases, detonation and deflagration flames. Prerequisite: advised Math 216; Math 217 or equivalent recommended. (3 credits) Surface roughness effects. Prerequisite: MECHENG 541. Theory of Elasticity (3 credits) All Department & Program Course Guides; How to Read a Course Description; Aerospace Engineering Courses; Applied Physics Courses; Biomedical Engineering Courses Graduate standing or special permission. Elastic and plastic stress-strain relations; yield criteria and flow rules; analyses of various plastic forming operations. (3 credits) Chain reactions, ignition, quenching and flammability limits, detonations, deflagrations and flame stability. (3 credits) Generation of equations of motion using the unit displacement, unit force, and Lagrange methods. (3 credits) Precision-point Burmester theory for dimensional synthesis of linkages. This course provides an opportunity to acquire and demonstrate mastery of critical lean product design engineering disciplines within the context of an automotive vehicle program team. Boundary value and eigenvalue problems are particularly stressed for linear and nonlinear elasticity, analytical dynamics, vibration of structures, wave propagation, fluid mechanics and other applied mechanic topics. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous This course will focus on scientific understanding and computational techniques. Discrete Design Optimization Examples include electrical conductivity of heart muscle and mechanics of hard and soft tissues. Mobile Application for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Mathematical modeling of manufacturing processes used in industry to manufacture mechanical systems:  machining, deformation, welding, assembly, surface treatment, and solidification processes. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 569. Manufacturing Processes Advanced Nonlinear Control (3 credits) Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Will cover essential aspects of electronic engine control for spark ignition (gasoline) and compression ignition (diesel) engines followed by recent control developments for direct injection, camless actuation, active boosting technologies, hybrid-electric and fuel cell power generation. Geometric and algebraic approaches to the analysis and design of nonlinear control systems. Tolerance analysis. BULLETIN DESCRIPTION: Newton/Euler and Lagrangian formulations for three-dimensional motion of particles and rigid bodies. Prerequisite: MECHENG 461 or equivalent. Prerequisite: MECHENG 511 or permission of instructor. Two four-hour laboratories per week. Temperatures of the tool and workplace. Credit for only one: CEE 265 or MECHENG 489 The course covers life cycle assessment, carbon/water/energy footprints, economic assessments, mass/energy balances, air/water pollutants, modeling of environmental pollutant concentrations, engineering economics, social considerations, pollution prevention, resource conservation, human and eco-toxicity, life cycle costing, and energy systems. (4 credits) CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 540 (AEROSP 540). Stress field of edge and screw dislocations, dislocation interactions, and cross slip. The student will submit a report on the project at the close of the term. Derivation of the acoustic wave equation and development of solution techniques. Prerequisite: MECHENG 335. Methods of Differential Equations in Mechanics (3 credits) Review of FE theory in linear static. Modes of vibration of bars, beams, membranes, plates. Eng. The student will submit a final report. Review of the fundamental concepts and current work in nonlinear theory of hydrodynamic stability. Prerequisite: MECHENG 511. In addition, each student will participate as a panelist in a panel discussion of the future trends in his/her field. Free vibration eigenvalue problem. (3 credits) Prerequisite: graduate standing or permission of instructor. Reconfigurable manufacturing systems. Prerequisite: MECHENG 320. (3 credits) CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 558 (MFG 558). Prerequisite: MECHENG 382. Techniques for measurement of monitoring of important process variables for model verification and process control. … (4 credits) Radiation and scattering from non-simple geometries. Stress, strain and displacement, equilibrium and compatibility. Wave Propagation in Elastic Solids Analytical Product Design CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 491. For undergraduates only. An advanced treatment of analytical mechanics for particles, systems of particles and rigid body motions with special emphasis on three-dimensional motion. (3/6 credits) ME 522     Advanced Fluid Mechanics     3 Credit Hours, Graduate level course of fluid mechanics. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 645. Instruction Mode: Online – Asynchronous/Synchronous Physical and mathematical foundations of computational fluid mechanics with emphasis on applications. Overview of tissue adaptation and the interaction between tissue mechanics and physiology. … Lectures will cover: techniques for model development and simplification with an emphasis on estimation and scaling; ‘classical’ analytic solutions to simple problems, physical phenomena in materials processing including non-Newtonian fluid flow, solidification, and microstructure development. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 432. Students will be exposed to the relevant criteria for designing parts/components based on powder and particulate materials and, will familiarize themselves with a wide range of applications-as structual, functional, and biomedical components made of metallic, ceramic, and composite powders-in various industries. Prerequisite: MECHENG 350, MECHENG 360, MECHENG 395 for MECHENG majors. Introduction to the thermo-dynamics of irreversible processes with applications to heat and mass transfer, relaxation phenomena and chemical reactions. Hands-on labs and industrial case studies are used to re-enforce the course material. Prerequisite: MECHENG 235. Prerequisite: MECHENG 211, Math 450. Detailed descriptions of the principles and component designs of various types of fuel cells including proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC), phosphoric acid fuel cell (PAFC), solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC), and molten carbonate fuel cell (MCFC). Prerequisite: MECHENG 311. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 543. (3 credits) Maxwell’s relations. Kinetics of particles, of assemblies of particles and of rigid bodies. ME 570     Powertrain NVH of Elect Veh     3 Credit Hours. (3 credits) Classification of partial differential equations and formulation of well-posed problems. Modeling concepts. Thermodynamics I Graded S-U. (3 credits) Election for dissertation work by a doctoral student who has been admitted to candidate status. Prerequisite: senior or graduate standing. The Bulletin includes the complete listing of CHE courses and descriptions. Analysis and design using root locus, frequency response and state space techniques. ), ME 597     Internal Combustion Engines II     3 Credit Hours. Emphasizes systems approach to automotive design. (YR). Prerequisite: MECHENG 240 and preceded or accompanied by EECS 215 or EECS 314. (YR). Prerequisite: Math 454. Graduate standing or special permission. Students work in team design projects from concept generation to prototyping and design verification. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Stresses and deformations in layered materials and laminated composites; cohesive-zone models of fracture; energy-release rates and delamination; fracture mechanics of layered materials; physics of adhesion; spalling; interfacial fracture mechanics; mixed-mode fracture; buckling-driven delamination; cracking of thin films and coating; adhesion and fracture tests; measurement of cohesive fracture parameters. Multiple scale dimensional analysis. ME 675     Predictive Control of Dynamic Systems     3 Credit Hours. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous ME 591     Degradation of Materials     3 Credit Hours. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Fluid statics; conservation of mass, momentum and energy in fixed and moving control volumes; steady and unsteady Bernoulli’s equation; differential analysis of fluid flow; dimensional analysis and similitude; laminar and turbulent flow; boundary layers; lift and drag; applications to mechanical, biological, environmental, and micro-fluidic systems. (3 credits) (3 credits) Computer Aided Design Methods Topics covered include: configurational forces, formulation of migration, simulation of structural evolution, surface roughening, motion of thin film, composition modulation, electromigration and assembly. This is an in-depth course on injection molding processes, which include the conventional injection molding process, low pressure injection molding, structural sandwich molding, gas assisted injection molding etc. Sustainable Engineering and Design  Natural modes of vibration for continuous systems will be discussed using the boundary value formulation, the general formulation of the eigenvalue problem and orthogonality. (3 credits) The topics will include unconstrained and constrained optimization, discrete-time optimal control problems, dynamic programming, stability, invariance, reachability, and linear predictive control problems with application examples in mechanical engineering. Prerequisite: MECHENG 320. Topics include linear space, linear operators, Eigen-values/vectors, canonical form, representation, solution of state equations, stability, controllability, observability, design of state feedback control and development of observers with application examples in mechanical engineering. Prerequisite: senior or graduate standing. Design for economical production, Taguchi methods, design for assembly; case studies. (2-3 credits) Post-yield behavior, residual stress, temperature and corrosion effects. Prerequisite: candidate status in the mechanical sciences. Application of lasers in materials processing and manufacturing. Analysis, synthesis, and optimization of linear, multilinear and nonlinear mechanical systems with the electronic analog computer. Fundamentals of discrete optimization for engineering design problems. The course presents selected topics of contemporary advanced fluid mechanics, such as the hydrodynamic stability theory, turbulence, multi-phase flows, magnetohydrodynamics, interfacial flows, flows of non-newtonian fluids, micro- and nano-fluid mechanics, biofluid mechanics, etc. Type synthesis — creative design of mechanisms; graph theory. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous ME 489 covers economic, environmental and social aspects of sustainability as they pertain to engineering design. Biomechanics for Engineering Students. Advanced Strength of Materials (3 credits) CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 599. Prerequisite: background in materials and mechanics desirable. Nonlinear controllability and observability, feedback stabilization and linearization, asymptotic observers, tracking problems, trajectory generation, zero dynamics and inverse systems, singular perturbations and vibrational control. Advised Prerequisite: MECHENG 360 or equivalent. (3 credits) Instruction Mode: In-Person – Synchronous, Online – Asynchronous Mechatronics is the synergistic integration of mechanical disciplines, controls, electronics and computers in the design of high-performance systems. Treatment of stress and strength aspects of machine design. The laboratory sessions will provide the student with hands-on experience on noise/vibration measurements and analyses. Student must complete a dissertation and defend his/her thesis in front of a committee of at least 2 faculty members. Applications to the control and design of dynamic systems such as robots, machine tools and artificial limbs. Courses and course descriptions are listed under each degree program. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 527. The student(s) submits proposal and presents poster at ME Undergraduate Symposium.) Material, process and tool design parameters are emphasized. *For more information regarding course equivalencies please refer to the Course Equivalency section, under “How to Read a Course Description“, in the CoE Bulletin Website: https://bulletin.engin.umich.edu/courses/course-info/, MECHENG 211. In total, there are 45 credits of required ME Core courses and together these subjects represent the fundamental technical competencies every mechanical engineering student must learn. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 521. (3 credits) ME 699     Master's Thesis     1 to 6 Credit Hours. (4 credits) Instruction Mode: Online – Asynchronous Assembly on product and process. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 455. Prerequisite: MECHENG 235. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,W,S), Restriction(s): Can enroll if Level is or DoctorateCan enroll if Major is, ME 980     Pre-Cand Dissertation Research     1 to 9 Credit Hours, Full Title: Pre-Candidate Dissertation Research Application to spark, diesel and gas turbine engines. Topics include: complex analysis (functions of complex variables, contour integrals, conformal mappings), linear operator theory (vector spaces, linear algebra), ordinary differential equations (series solutions, Laplace and Fourier transforms, Green’s functions). The ME Core courses consist of five categories: Design and Manufacturing, Mechanics and Materials, Dynamics and Controls, Thermal Sciences, and Laboratories and Technical Communication. (3 credits) ME 554     Theory of Gearing and Applicat     3 Credit Hours. Definition of biological tissue and orthopedic device mechanics including elastic, viscoelastic and non-linear elastic behavior. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 311. Fundamentals of Defects in Materials and Applications of Atomistic Modeling  Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Analytical approach to the engineering problem and performance analysis of internal combustion engines. Minimum grade of “C” required for enforced prerequisites. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous A unified approach to the modeling, analysis and simulation of energetic dynamic systems. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 350. This course examines processes of front-end of engineering design, including opportunity discovery, problem definition, developing mechanisms to gather data from users and other stakeholders, translating user data into design requirements and specifications, creating innovative solutions during concept generation, representing design ideas, and evaluating possible solutions. Restriction(s): Can enroll if Class is GraduateCan enroll if Level is Rackham or Graduate or or DoctorateCan enroll if Program is PHD-Automotive Engineering, MSE-Mechanical Engineering, MSE-Automotive Engineering, ME 640     Advanced Vibration Theory     3 Credit Hours. An upper level course in electronic circuits (Electrical Engineering and Computer Science 314 or equivalent), a course in fluid mechanics (Civil and Environmental Engineering 325, or equivalent), and a course in digital computer programming (Engineering 101, Elec. Prerequisite: MECHENG 382. Analysis of design techniques in modern control theory are presented. Full Course Title: Battery Systems, Modeling, and Control Study of thermodynamics, combustion, heat transfer, friction and other factors affecting engine power, efficiency and emissions. Prerequisite: MECHENG 412. Prerequisite: AEROSP 325 or preceded or accompanied by MECHENG 520. Taguchi methods. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 617. Restriction(s): Can enroll if Level is Rackham or GraduateCan enroll if Major is Mechanical Engineering-NCFD, , Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering, ME 564     Linear Systems Control     3 Credit Hours, This course covers fundamental properties of linear dynamic systems. Review of basic equations of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics in control volume form. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 532. Get Free Umich Mehcanical Engineering Course Location now and use Umich Mehcanical Engineering Course Location immediately to get % off or $ off or free shipping Design projects. Dissertation work by a student of the Ph.D. in Mechanical Sciences and Engineering Program conducted under guidance of the faculty advisor. (3 credits) Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Energy formulation for nonconservative gyroscopic systems. Descriptions are term-specific, written by course instructors, listing course requirements, topics, and method of evaluation. Graduate standing or special permission. Independent Study Chaotic vortex motions. Energy principles, higher and lower pair joint parameterizations, space and dense equation formulation and solution techniques, numerical integration, generalized impulse and momentum, collisions and computational elastodynamics. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 699. Top 10. engineering and business school on the same campus. Graduate standing or special permission. (1-3 credits) Coverage This is a project-oriented laboratory course in integrated microsystem design, fabrication, and testing. Advanced Fluid Mechanics I The defense of the dissertation, that is, the final oral examination, must be held under a full-term candidacy enrollment. Datum flow chain. Interaction of function, shape, choice of materials, processing, economics and environmental impact in design. Defects in manufactured products including their origin and detection are also discussed. Prerequisite: MECHENG 511, MECHENG 517, (MacroSE 517), or permission of instructor. 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