Case studies (heat treatment; welding; polymer extrusion and molding; various metal casting processes; crystal growth). Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous A mechanical engineering design project by which the student is exposed to the design process from concept through analysis to layout and report. Instruction Mode: Online – Asynchronous Modeling, analysis and control of vehicles with electrified propulsion systems, including electric vehicles, hybrid vehicles, plug-in and fuel cell vehicles. Course Requirements; Contacts; Entrepreneurship. The course can be organized to meet the subject needs of a group of students with mutual interests. Graduate standing or special permission. Application to spark, diesel and gas turbine engines. Spatial and temporal approximation techniques for partial differential equations: stability, consistency and convergence. Design for economical production, Taguchi methods, design for assembly; case studies. Fundamentals of Defects in Materials and Applications of Atomistic Modeling  Methods of Differential Equations in Mechanics Describes the core methods used to simulate matter at the atomic scale. Sustainable Engineering and Design  Human factor considerations such as driver interfaces. Below are descriptions of selected courses offered by the EECS department. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 631. Primary fields of applications are strength of materials (deformation and stress analysis) and dynamics and vibrations. (3 credits) Topics will include fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, mechanics, materials and dynamical systems. Dynamic Behavior of Thermal-Fluid Processes (YR). CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 320. Kinematics of large motions and deformations; stress tensors; conservation of mass, momentum and energy; constitutive equations for elasticity, viscoelasticity and plasticity; applications to simple boundary value problems. (YR). Cutting tools and tool wear mechanisms. 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). Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Heat transfer by conduction, convection, radiation; heat storage, energy conservation; steady-state/transient conduction heat transfer; thermal circuit modeling; multidimensional conduction; surface radiation properties, enclosure radiation exchange; surface convection/fluid streams over objects, non-dimensional numbers, laminar, turbulent, thermo-buoyant flow, boiling and condensation; heat exchangers; design of thermal systems, solvers for problem solving/ design. Hydrodynamic Stability Instruction Mode: Online – Asynchronous/Synchronous Conceptual design. Free vibration eigenvalue problem. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 521. Theory of Plasticity I Review of fluid flow phenomena based on common principles of transfer of mass, momentum, and energy. Fourier and Laplace transform, modal and state-vector solution techniques. Theory and application of common statistical distributions to the analysis of both life and strength data for components. Preventive measures such a materials selection and design, protective coating, surface treatments, inhibitors, and electrochemical techniques are applied, when they should be used, and how various techniques can be integrated to solve complex problems. Topics include characteristics of stochastic signals and systems; principles of estimation theory; linear regression models; description of signals and systems within a time series frame-work; prediction, prediction-error and correlation-type estimation methods; recursive estimation methods; asymptotic properties; model validation. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 511. (YR). Discussions on water and thermal management, and balance of power plant. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 586 (MFG 591). Fixturing. Review of basic equations of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics in control volume form. Prerequisite: MECHENG 382. (3 credits) Clapeyron relation, equation of state, thermodynamics of chemical reactions, availability. This course will cover theoretical aspects of smart materials, sensors and actuator technologies. Turbulent Flow Galerkin and Papcovich-Neuber solutions, singular solutions, spherical harmonics. Instructor: Professor Euisik Yoon. Linear Systems Theory (3 credits) Energy Generation and Storage Using Modern Materials Means of improving strength, fracture toughness and other mechanical properties are discussed. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous, Hybrid – Synchronous Selected topics pertinent to mechanical engineering. System-theoretic concepts: causality, controllability, observability, realizations, canonical decomposition, stability. EECS course descriptions in the bulletin > LSA course guide. (3 credits) Assembly Modeling for Design and Manufacturing Student(s) work under the direction of Mechanical Engineering faculty. Graded S-U. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Energy methods; buckling of columns, including approximate methods; bending of beams of asymmetrical cross-section; shear center and torsion of thin-walled sections; membrane stresses in axisymmetric shells; elastic-plastic bending and torsion; axisymmetric bending of circular plates. (3 credits) Mechanics of deformable bodies: stress/strain, classification of material behavior, generalized Hooke’s law. (3 credits) Prerequisite: MECHENG 382. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous This course will focus on scientific understanding and computational techniques. At most, 6 credit-hours at the 400-level may be applied towards the degree. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Developing mathematical models of dynamic systems, including mechanical, electrical, electromechanical and fluid/thermal systems and representing these models in transfer function and state space form. Design projects. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 790. Design methodology based on fracture toughness and fatigue crack propagation is presented. (W,YR), ME 596     Internal Combustion Engines I     3 Credit Hours, Comparison of several forms of internal combustion engines including Otto and Diesel type piston engines; performance parameters and testing; thermodynamic cycles and fuel-air cycles; combustion in SI and Diesel engines; charge formation and handling; ignition; elements of exhaust emissions. Students propose design term projects from various disciplines and apply course methodology to optimize designs. Minimum Grade of “C-” required for enforced prerequisite. Prerequisite: MECHENG 230 or MECHENG 336. Variational methods of approximation: Bubnov-Galerkin. Kirchhoff-Love and Reissner-Mindlin kinematic hypotheses for beam, plate and shell theories. 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. Advised Prerequisite: MECHENG 350, MECHENG 360, EECS 314 or equivalent (4 credits) Laser Materials Processing Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Analytical approach to the engineering problem and performance analysis of internal combustion engines. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 420. Internal Combustion Engines Student(s) work under the direction of mechanical engineering faculty. Simple atom-field interactions: perturbation theory, transition rates, the density matrix, Bloch equations, signal fields, line-broadening, and differences between real atoms and model (2,3-level) systems. Application to problems of bending, torsion, plane strain and plane stress, technological problems. Introduction to combustion processes; combustion thermodynamics, reaction kinetics and combustion transport. FEA in fluid mechanics. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 649 (AEROSP 615) (CEE 617). Prerequisite: MECHENG 240 and preceded or accompanied by EECS 215 or EECS 314. Prerequisite: MECHENG 320. Fluid Mechanics I The faculty make every effort to respect this schedule, but exceptions do occur. Applications to separated, turbulent and two-phase flows, flow control and flows involving heat transfer. All Department & Program Course Guides; How to Read a Course Description; Aerospace Engineering Courses; Applied Physics Courses; Biomedical Engineering Courses (YR). Emphasis is placed on report writing and team-building skills. (YR). Minimum grade of “C” required for enforced prerequisites. Perturbation theory for the eigenvalue problem. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 487 (MFG 488). Advanced Combustion Equations of motion of discrete non-conservative systems. Nonhomogeneous Fluids Differential and integral formulations of convection. Fluid Mechanics CHE 342. ME 542     Advanced Dynamics     3 Credit Hours. ME 543     Vehicle Dynamics     3 Credit Hours. Graduate standing or special permission. Battery Systems and Control Time Series Modeling and System Analysis Students will learn how electrochemical systems work and how they can be mathematically described. Design and Manufacturing I CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 571 (ESENG 505). CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 400. Review of experimental results on the statistics and structure of turbulent flows. Theory and application of self-tuning and model reference adaptive control for continuous and discrete-time deterministic systems. Undamped system response. Prerequisite: MECHENG 360; preceded or accompanied by MECHENG 461. Proficiency in the fundamental understanding of materials processing techniques. A project-based course in which each (global) student team comprising students from three universities will be responsible for development of a product for the global market. (3 credits) ME 545     Acoustics and Noise Control     3 Credit Hours. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 532. Fundamentals of turbulent flows; the basic equations and the characteristic scales, statistical description of turbulence. The student will submit a report on the project and give an oral presentation to a panel of faculty members at the close of the term. Front-End Design  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. (3 credits) The finite volume formulation of the equations. Mechatronic Systems Design ME 587     Automotive Composites     3 Credit Hours. Process costs and limits; influence of processes on the final mechanical properties of the product. Using a decision-making framework, emphasis is placed on quantitative methods. Instability and turbulence. Emphasis on basic understanding of the radiation heat transfer phenomena along with engineering applications and methods of solution of such problems. Restriction(s): Cannot enroll if Class is Cannot enroll if Level is Can enroll if Major is , Mechanical Engineering-NCFD, Mechanical Engineering, ME 518     Advanced Engineering Analysis     3 Credit Hours. (3 credits) Graduate standing or special permission. Applied Nonlinear Dynamics 14:1. student-to-faculty ratio. (3 credits) 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. Prerequisite: Math 425 or equivalent, CEE 513 or MECHENG 541, or AEROSP 543 or equivalent. 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 461 or equivalent. (1 credit) Topics include: characterization of random processes and random fields, calculus of random processes, applications of random vibrations to linear dynamical systems, brief discussion on applications to nonlinear dynamical systems. This course will present the mathematical models and constitutive behavior of engineering materials subjected to mechanical and non-mechanical loads. Prerequisite: None. Design projects. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 605. (3 credits) Geometrical representation of the dynamics of nonlinear systems. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 625. Prerequisite: MECHENG 211, MECHENG 240. Prerequisite: MECHENG 311. Introduction of the correlation between various types of microstructural defects and materials’ macroscopic phenomena, such as diffusion, deformation, radiation response, phase transformation, etc. (3 credits) Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Evolution of quality methods. The course introduces methods to identify product concepts with commercial potential. (3 credits) Prerequisite: ME 461 or equivalent. Study or Research in Selected Mechanical Engineering Topics The course introduces students to the fundamentals of computational fluid dynamics and heat transfer. (3 credits) Basics of manufacturing: processes, materials and thermofluid aspects. Material properties, including physical, mechanical, thermal, electrical, economic, corrosion and environmental properties. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Exact and approximate techniques for the analysis of problems in mechanical engineering including structures, vibrations, control systems, fluids, and design. ME 567     Reliability Consid in Design     3 Credit Hours. Numerical techniques. Prerequisite: graduate standing. Approximate methods will be introduced to determine the natural modes of vibration for complex continuous systems. Prerequisite: MECHENG 335. A few methods to be considered include the Rayleigh-Ritz, Galerkin, Collocation, Myklestad, and Lumped-parameter methods. Advanced Energy Solutions … Prerequisite: senior or graduate standing. (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. Cutting forces and mechanics of machining. Mechanical behavior of materials are covered in relation to their structures, deformation characteristics and failure mechanisms. Applications to boundary value problems. (YR). All of these profile links are PDF file downloads. Engine laboratories. 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. 561 equivalent. Entrepreneurship Courses; Contacts; Course Guides. Use of software for synthesis and analysis. Strengthening mechanisms for both materials are discussed. Various approximate theories with emphasis on the theory of plastic flow. Instruction Mode: In-Person – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Advanced topics in conduction and convection including the presentation of several solution methods (semi-quantitative analysis, finite difference methods, superposition, separation of variables) and analysis of multi-mode heat transfer systems. Topics include mechanics of the cytoskeleton, biological motor molecules, cell motility, muscle, tissue and bio-fluid mechanics, blood rheology, bio-viscoelasticity, biological ceramics, animal mechanics and locomotion, biomimetics and effects of scaling. Non self-adjoint systems. Radiation and scattering from non-simple geometries. Machining Dynamics and Mechanics Program development and modification are expected as well as learning the use of existing codes. Every Ph.D. student in the field of mechanical sciences is asked to present a one-hour seminar about his/her research, and lead a one-hour follow-up discussion. Prerequisite: MECHENG 440. The following abbreviations are used to denote the frequency of offering: (F) fall term; (W) winter term; (S) summer term; (F, W) fall and winter terms; (YR) once a year; (AY) alternating years; (OC) offered occasionally. Small oscillation theory. Thermodynamics II Analysis of design techniques in modern control theory are presented. I started my career out in the 1990’s in mechanical automotive engineering, and could recognize potential limitations there, so I returned to the University for a master’s in Industrial Engineering with an emphasis in computer science, and that got me into a career of IT and software development, which I have been very happy with. Topics will include controls, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, mechanics, materials and dynamical systems. Restriction(s): Can enroll if Level is Doctorate or Rackham or GraduateCan enroll if Major is , Automotive Systems Engineering, ME 577     Energy Conversion     3 Credit Hours. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Dynamics of constrained dynamical systems. All locations should include the same information. Bases, subspaces, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, canonical forms. 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. Restriction(s): Can enroll if Class is GraduateCan enroll if Level is Rackham or Graduate, ME 601     Exper Research in Mech Eng     1 to 3 Credit Hours. Transient solutions; modal analysis. Advanced selected topics pertinent to mechanical engineering. FEA in nonlinear problems; material and geometrical nonlinearities, total and updated Lagrangian formulations, solution techniques. Emphasis is given on their deformation, fatigue and fracture characteristics. First law, second law system and control volume analyses; properties and behavior of pure substances; application to thermodynamic systems operating in a steady state and transient processes. Prerequisite: MECHENG 211, Math 450. Design issues for injection molded products are also discussed. Non-mechanical loads will include thermal and electro-mechanical fields. 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. Introduction to structural-acoustic coupling. Courses A- Z. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 561 (EECS 561). Design for Manufacturability Analysis methods in design; load, deformation, stress and finite element considerations; nonlinear programming. PI for all others. All the approximate methods presented will allow expedient numerical solution by means of high-speed computers. (3 credits) The course identifies and integrates engineering skills, tools, and processes required for successful automotive vehicle project planning and completion consistent with lean product development principles. (3 credits) Analogy with rotating fluids. In addition, each student will participate as a panelist in a panel discussion of the future trends in his/her field. Machining Processes (4 credits) female, 13% underrepresented minorities, 31% international students. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Thermal stresses. Prerequisite: EECS 314 or equivalent. COURSE NUMBER: ME 482 : COURSE TITLE: ... BULLETIN DESCRIPTION: Introduction of advancements in machining. (3 credits) Generation of equations of motion using the unit displacement, unit force, and Lagrange methods. Will review system identification, averaging, feedforward, feedback, multivariable (multiple SISO and MIMO), estimation, dynamic programming and optimal control techniques. Descriptions are term-specific, written by course instructors, listing course requirements, topics, and method of evaluation. Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous The primary objective of this course is to learn how to analyze, understand, and model human locomotion, as well as develop bio-inspired assistive technologies and assess their impact. Graduate standing or special permission. Case studies: sustainable design of consumer products, manufacturing and infrastructure systems. Motion of fluids of variable density and entropy in gravitational field, including the phenomenon of blocking and selective withdrawal; waves of small finite amplitudes, including waves in the lee of mountains; stability of stratified flows; flow of Nonhomogeneous fluids in porous media. Product-process-business integration. Topics include principles of mechanical vibration and acoustics, driveline induced noise/vibration from both conventional internal combustion engine and electrical motor/generator, cooling fan noise, regenerative braking system and electrical accessory noise. Home > Academics > Course Information > Course Descriptions > EECS 545. Also considered are deflection, post-yield behavior, residual stresses, temperature and corrosion effects. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Statics: moment and force resultants, equilibrium. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 537. Linear free and forced responses of one and two degree of freedom systems and simple continuous systems. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 506 (BIOMEDE 506). CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 535. Atomistic Computer Modeling of Materials Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Navier Stokes equations; viscous and inviscid flows; laminar and turbulent flows; boundary layers; drag; thermal convection. Link between processing and as-manufactured properties through coupled fluid and structural analyses. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 501. Quantum, molecular dynamics and Boltzmann transport treatments are used, along with applications (e.g., thermoelectrics, photovoltaics, laser cooling, phonon recycling, size effects). Evaluation of strength under steady and fatigue loadings. Material and process selection. (MFG 454) or MECHENG 501. Prerequisite: MECHENG 211. (OC). Wave Propagation in Elastic Solids (Students should work on project approximately 10 hours/week for 3 credits. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 305. (3 credits) Analysis, synthesis and selection of mechanisms, machine components, mechatronic components, and associate manufacturing processes. Introduction to machining operations. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 451 (MFG 453). CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 481. Graduate standing or special permission. ME 580     Advanced Engineering Materials     3 Credit Hours. Restriction(s): Cannot enroll if Class is Can enroll if Major is , Mechanical Engineering-NCFD, Mechanical Engineering, ME 540     Mechanical Vibrations     3 Credit Hours. Advanced Heat Transfer COURSE NUMBER: ME 452 : COURSE TITLE: ... BULLETIN DESCRIPTION: Process, tools, and methods for enhancing the ease of manufacturing and assembly for product design. Restriction(s): Can enroll if Level is Rackham or GraduateCan enroll if Major is , Mechanical Engineering-NCFD, Mechanical Engineering, ME 558     Fracture and Fatig Cons in Des     3 Credit Hours. Biomechanics for Engineering Students. Heat Transfer jfr@umich.edu; Automotive Engineering at Michigan Statistics #4. Temperatures of the tool and workplace. Ideal gas mixtures and moist air applications. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 552 (MFG 552). Strength of Materials Individual or group study, design or laboratory research in a field of interest to the student. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 519. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 643. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 543. Prerequisite: MECHENG 511. Linear quadratic optimal control and state estimation. The defense of the dissertation, that is, the final oral examination, must be held under a full-term candidacy enrollment. Coverage The goal of machine learning is to develop computer algorithms that can learn from data or past experience to predict well on the new unseen data. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 517. Prerequisite: MECHENG 320. EECS 545: Machine Learning . Individual or group study or design in an area of Mechanical Engineering under the supervision of a member of the graduate faculty. Motion planning including obstacle avoidance is also covered. Radiative Heat Transfer The student(s) submits proposal and presents poster at ME Undergraduate Symposium. (3 credits) CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 490. ME 586     Materials Consid in Manufactur     3 Credit Hours. (3 credits) Micro-scale and multi-scale mechanical modeling will also be introduced. (to be arranged) Machine tool design and cutting tools and tool wear mechanisms. Challenges and future opportunities. The course consists of classroom lectures and experimental laboratory sessions. Kinematics of motion generalized coordinates and speeds, analytical and computational determination of inertia properties, generalized forces, Gibb’s function, Routhian, Kanes’s equations, Hamilton’s principle, Lagrange’s equations holonomic and nonholonomic constraints, constraint processing, computational simulation. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 551 (MFG 560). Students must satisfactorily complete 6 credit hours in ME 699, but these hours may be spread over more than one term. Instruction Mode: In-Person – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Weekly lectures and extended experimental projects designed to demonstrate experimental and analytical methods as applied to complex mechanical systems. Fundamental analytical concepts on micro and macro mechanics will be emphasized to create a better understanding of the design principles of composite materials. Introduction to combustion processes, equilibrium and reaction kinetics. Advanced treatment of fundamental combustion processes. Combustion of premixed gases, detonation and deflagration flames. Open-ended design project. The student must be admitted to the Ph.D. candidacy status. (4 credits) A course listed as odd-years or even years means that the course is taught every other year, as in 2009, 2011, etc. Our program provides students with: Excellent career prospects. Prerequisite: MECHENG 382 and senior, or graduate standing. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Time and frequency domain mathematical techniques for linear system vibrations. Concept of statistical process control (SPC). CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 539 (APPLIED PHYSICS 639). Review of the fundamental concepts and current work in nonlinear theory of hydrodynamic stability. This course covers fundamental thermo-fluid principles and advanced topics in thermal management of conventional and electric drive vehicles (EDVs). Minimum grade of “C” required for enforced prerequisites. Laboratory investigation in an area of Mechanical Engineering under the supervision of a member of the graduate faculty. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 515. Introduction to mesh generation, numerical discrimination, stability, convergence, and accuracy of numerical methods. Emphasis on analytical and graphical descriptions of state-determined systems using Bond Graph language. Emphasis is placed upon system-level modeling, model order reduction from micro-scale and surrogate models for load control, estimation, on-board identification and diagnostics for Lithium Ion batteries. Prerequisite: MECHENG 520. Math 255 ), MECHENG 518 ( MFG 591 ), fatigue and fracture of.! 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