ENGR 1000 Ethics and Politics of Engr
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This course introduces engineering students to the ethical dimensions of their profession and to the interrelations of engineering projects and society. It describes the impact of technological systems on culture, especially American culture, and reactions of our culture to technology.  2  0  0   
ENGR 1050 Engineering Graphics & Design
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This course provides an introduction to the engineering disciplines and computer graphics. Its emphasis is on design, solution of unstructured problems, visualization and communication of a design using proper drafting techniques. The mode of delivery is a mixture of lecture and laboratory. The laboratory experience takes the form of handson activities. The course contains a series of experiences drawn from different engineering disciplines to illustrate design methodology and engineering problem solving.  2  0  0   
ENGR 1051 Engineering Design
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Handson learning about different engineering disciplines, the design process, and what it takes to become an entrepreneur.  1  0  0   
ENGR 1070 Introduction to Solid Modeling
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An introduction to feature based solid modeling of three dimensional components and assemblies. Topics will include: Design in the context of computer tools and concurrent engineering; 2D versus 3D CAD modeling; Sketching and constraining 2D cross sections and creating 3D features from those sections; Feature based solid modeling; Fundamentals of parametric modeling; Constructive solid geometry and Boolean operations on solids; Creating multilevel CAD assemblies.  2  0  0   
ENGR 1090 Summer Design Inst
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A fortyhour intensive course for high school students interested in engineering. This is a handson experience involving the students in the Computer Aided Design, Computer Aided Engineering and Computer Aided Manufacturing. The course is based around SDRCs IDEAS software using Sun Ultra 2 hardware.  1  0  0   
ENGR 1100 Intro to Engineering Computing
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A special course for high school students which introduces the solution of engineering problems with computers. This laboratory based course provides instruction of various software applications including word processing, spreadsheets, computer graphics and others.  2  0  0   
ENGR 1120 Combined Cad/Desgn
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This course provides an introduction to engineering graphics including visualization and communication of a design using proper drafting techniques. It also provides an introduction to solid modeling of three dimensional components and assemblies. Topics include: orthographic projection, dimensioning, sectioning, tolerancing, threads and fasteners, assembly drawings, 2D versus 3D CAD modeling, wireframe modeling and creating multilevel CAD assemblies.  4  0  0   
ENGR 1130 Introductory CAD
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An introduction to feature based solid modeling of three dimensional components. Topics will include: Design in the context of computer tools. 2D versus 3D CAD modeling. Sketching and constraining 2D cross sections and creating 3D features from those sections. Feature based solid modeling. Constructive solid geometry and Boolean operations on solids.  1  0  0   
ENGR 1200 Engr Communicatns
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A special course for high school students dealing with written and oral communications of a technical nature. This course is taken in parallel with E110  the computer capabilities developed in that course are used to meet the objectives of E120  2  0  0   
ENGR 1300 Crit Thought & Sph
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A special course for high school students designed to introduce basic concepts in public speaking: introductory, informative and persuasive speaking. Researching and writing are also highlighted, with mandatory library assignments.  2  0  0   
ENGR 2040 Intro To Engr Computing
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This course presents an introduction to computers, algorithm design, and Structured Programming with C. The programming will include data types, assignment statements, input/output, conditional statements, looping, and functions. The C language I/O, and math libraries will be introduced. Also, builtin and userdefined data types, arrays, strings, records, and pointers will be introduced.  3  0  0   
ENGR 3010 Professional World of Work I
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This course provides students with the opportunity to evaluate the career relationship of their first industrial experience, to investigate in depth several companies as potential postgraduation employers, and gain experience in explaining their analysis on the above in written and oral presentations in a professional manner, (i.e. all oral presentations will be made using Power Point software.) Offered only in the fall term  1  0  0   
ENGR 3020 Professional World of Work II
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This course focuses on enhancing the student's understanding of major issues that impact the engineering profession and improving the student's ability to form judgements based on literature analysis and available data. Using a team format, these objectives will be achieved through student responses to external presenters. These responses include a logic based combination of written and oral presentations (using presentation software). Offered only in the summer term.  1  0  0   
ENGR 3030 Professional World of Work III
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This course focuses on preparation for the Fundamentals of Engineering Examination which is the first step toward professional licensure. Following a pretest patterned after the nationally based FE examination, students are provided refresher sessions in: mathematics, chemistry, statics, dynamics, science of materials  structure of matter, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, economics, principles of electrical engineering, and deformable bodies. A post test is given at the completion of the refresher series. The course is graded passfail. Offered only in the winter term.  1  0  0   
ENGR 3120 Statics
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The application of equilibrium equations to the analysis of particles and rigid bodies. Topics include: vector algebra, moments, couples, free body diagrams, external forces and internal forces. The inertial properties of areas and solid objects are covered. Application of equilibrium to beams and other load supporting structures is described.  3  0  0   
ENGR 3130 Dynamics
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The application of kinematics and kinetics to particles and rigid bodies. The course considers fixed and moving reference frames, momentum and energy methods and applications in engineering problems.  3  0  0   
ENGR 3140 Fluid Mechanics
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An introduction to the fundamentals of fluid statics and dynamics. Topics include: integral formulations, the Bernoulli equation, dimensional analysis, internal and external viscous flow, and fluid machinery.  3  0  0   
ENGR 3150 Thermodynamics I
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An introduction to the First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics. Topics include: evaluation of various forms of heat, work, other energy forms, properties of fluids, conservation of mass, conservation of energy, and entropy. Applications are made to turbines, pumps, heat exchangers, compressor, nozzles, throttling valves, and thermodynamic cycles.  3  0  0   
ENGR 3170 Science of Materials
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An introduction to the study of metals, polymers and ceramics as engineering materials. The course considers the atomic, molecular and crystalline structure of materials and how they are related to material properties.  3  0  0   
ENGR 3190 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
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A set of laboratory experiences to illustrate fluid mechanics principles. Experiments are designed to demonstrate conservation of mass and energy and the momentum principle. Exercises include: analysis of turbomachinery, flow measurements and frictional losses.  1  0  0   
ENGR 3200 Principles of Electrical Engr
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A course designed for nonelectrical engineering students to provide theoretical and practical insights in the basic areas of electrical engineering. Topics include: basic linear network theory, electronics, electromechanical energy conversion and computer systems.  3  0  0   
ENGR 3210 Prin of Electrical Engr Lab
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Use of ammeter, voltmeter, oscilloscope; investigation of circuit theorems; transient and steadystate behavior of RLC circuits; sinusoidal and steadystate analysis; applications of diodes, transistors, and digital logic circuits.  1  0  0   
ENGR 3220 Control Systems
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Modeling of chemical, electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems. Analytic solution of open loop and feedback type systems. Routh criteria. Root Locus methods in design of systems and evaluation of system performance. Time and frequency domain design of control systems.  3  0  0   
ENGR 3240 Engineering Econ
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Basic concepts of economic analysis of alternatives. Depreciation and depletion. Sensitivity and risk analysis. Economic analysis of operations.  3  0  0   
ENGR 3260 Mechanics of Materials
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Response of nonrigid solids to different types of loads such as tension, compression, torsion and bending. The course considers stressstrain relationships and their use in the analysis and design of structures, pressure vessels and machine components. The concept of stability is introduced as applied to the buckling of columns  3  0  0   
ENGR 3270 Mechanics of Materials Lab
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A set of laboratory experiences to illustrate solid mechanics principles. Experiments are designed to demonstrate stress characteristics under tensile and compressive deformation, torsion, buckling and bending. An introduction to strain gages and data acquisition is provided.  1  0  0   
ENGR 3400 Heat Transfer
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An introduction to conduction, convection, and radiation. Topics include: one and twodimensional steady and transient conduction, internal and external convection, natural and forced convection, environmental radiation, and radiation exchange between gray surfaces. Applications are made to heat exchangers, finned surfaces, and various industrial processes.  3  0  0   
ENGR 3410 Heat Transfer Lab
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A set of laboratory experiences to illustrate heat transfer principles. Experiments are designed to demonstrate conduction, convection and radiation. Exercises include the application of thermocouples, thermistors and data acquisition equipment.  1  0  0   
ENGR 4000 Adv Topics Engr
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Independent study on a topic of mutual interest between a faculty member and student.  3  0  0   
ENGR 4220 Control Systems
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Modeling of chemical, electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems. Analytic solution of open loop and feedback type systems. Routh criteria. Root Locus methods in design of systems and evaluation of system performance. Time and frequency domain design of control systems.  3  0  0   
ENGR 4240 Engineering Econ
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Basic concepts of economic analysis of alternatives. Depreciation and depletion. Sensitivity and risk analysis. Economic analysis of operations.  3  0  0   
ENGR 4420 Finite Elements
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Matrix techniques: solution of large systems of algebraic equations. Basic equations from solid mechanics. Finite element methods, 1dimensional and 2dimensional formulation. Computer applications in structural mechanics.  3  0  0   
ENGR 4440 Vibrations
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Free and forced vibrations of systems with one degree of freedom. Rotating and reciprocating unbalance, critical speeds, vibration isolation and transmissibility, vibration measuring instruments, frequency response. Free and forced vibration of two degrees of freedom systems. Introduction to matrix methods.  3  0  0   
ENGR 4480 Advanced Fluid Mechanics
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Ideal fluids. Basic principles and equations of motion and continuity. Potential flow, velocity potential and stream function. Standard flow types and superposition. Complex variables, conformal mapping. Schwarz Christoffel transformations and free stream lines. Viscous fluids and derivation of NavierStrokes equations. Boundary layer theory. Flow in porous media. Introduction to turbulence.  3  0  0   
ENGR 4520 Sensors and Actuators
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Study of fundamental transduction mechanisms of common sensors and actuators. Principles of data acquisition. Use of software tools for data interaction with sensors and actuators. Introduction to micro electromechanical systems (MEMS). A key component of this course will be laboratory exercises involving sensors and actuators.  3  0  0   
ENGR 4780 Mechatronics
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Principles, components, and design of mechatronic systems, including modeling and simulation, sensors, actuators, control strategies, and instrumentation. These topics are explored in the context of a group project.  3  0  0   
ENGR 4790 Mechatronics Modeling & Simul
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Analysis, synthesis and design of mechatronic systems through the use of modeling and simulation tools. Use will be made of a unified energy flow approach to model mechatronic systems that comprise multidisciplinary components. Computer simulation exercises to enhance student learning will be a key component of this course.  3  0  0   
ENGR 4930 Interdisc Capstone Design I
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The first half of a twoterm sequence dealing with the solution of an industrial design problem. Students work in interdisciplinary teams to design, analyze, construct and test a working prototype of the solution to a specified problem. The use of standard design disciplines are emphasized (failure mode and effect analysis and design verification plans). The preparation and presentation of design proposals are central to the course.  2  0  0   
ENGR 4950 Interdisc Capstone Design II
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The second half of the twoterm sequence that begins with E 493 or ME 493. The fabrication and testing of a working prototype is emphasized. The methods for the presentation of results and alternative solutions are central to the sequence.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5020 Design of Experiments
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Study of techniques for designing and analyzing experiments such that the results will yield the maximum useful information. Coverage includes: experimental design and analysis, testing of hypothesis, analysis of variance and covariance, graphical techniques, factorials, incomplete blocks, latin squares, response surfaces, and case studies. A team project is required.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5040 Conduction Heat Transfer
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An indepth analysis of conduction heat transfer. Topics include: derivation of the heat conduction equation, application of boundary conditions, and analytical and approximate solutions to the governing partial differential equations. A dual emphasis is placed on understanding the fundamentals and modeling realworld problems.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5060 Convection Heat Transfer
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An indepth analysis of convection heat transfer. Topics include: derivation of the continuity, momentum, and energy equations, application of boundary conditions, and analytical and approximate solutions to the governing partial differential equations. Special attention is paid to the boundary layer equations, internal flows, and natural convection. Both laminar and turbulent flows are analyzed. A dual emphasis is placed on understanding the fundamentals and modeling realworld problems.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5080 Computational Fluid Dynamic
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An introduction to numerical solution of the continuity, momentum, and energy equations. Topics include: numerical solutions of the heat conduction equation, boundarylayer equations, lubrication equations, Stokes equations, NavierStokes equations, and energy equation. Emphasis is placed on finite difference solutions, but other solution techniques are touched upon. Students are also exposed to modeling with a commercial CFD package.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5100 Comp Appl In Exper
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Application of microcomputers to data acquisition, communication and control. Programming languages and techniques, microcomputer I/O, A/D and D/A converters, transducers, filters, grounding and shielding. Communication and implementation of control strategies.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5200 Optimization
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Foundation of the theory of optimization, difficulties with classical calculus approaches, nonlinear programming, linear programming with model formulation, sensitivity analysis, integer programming, primal and dual theorems and their applications, dynamic modeling, mixed models, search procedures, network problems, transportation model, etc.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5250 Fuel Cell/Transprt
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This course will begin with an introduction and overview of the Hydrogen Economy and the history and application of fuel cells. Questions such as what does moving to a hydrogen economy mean, will be examined. Issues associated with a Hydrogen Infrastructure will be compared to the advantages and disadvantages of existing energy infrastructure. Alternate or "renewable" energy systems will be described. Hydrogen production, storage and distribution in existing transport networks will be discussed in terms of facilities required, safety concerns and economic viability. Next, fuel cell basics, types of fuel cells and fuel cell systems will be reviewed.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5300 Advanced Engr Mathematics
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Applications of mathematical methods to engineering problems: ordinary and partial differential equations, Laplace transforms, analytic functions, and vector operations.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5380 Adv Model & Simul
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Introduction to quantitative treatment of models of physical phenomena in chemical engineering.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5420 Finite Elements
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Matrix techniques: solution of large systems of algebraic equations. Basic equations from solid mechanics. Finite element methods, 1dimensional and 2dimensional formulation. Computer applications in structural mechanics.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5440 Vibrations
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A study of the oscillation of mechanical systems. The course considers free and forced vibrations of one and two degree of freedom systems. The concepts of rotating and reciprocating unbalance, critical speeds, vibration isolation and transmissibility and frequency response are introduced. Matrix methods are applied.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5480 Advanced Fluid Mechanics
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Ideal Fluids. Basic principles and equations of motion and continuity. Potential flow, velocity potential and stream function. Standard flow types and superposition. Complex variables, conformal mapping. Schwarz Christoffel transformations and free stream lines. Viscous fluids and derivation of NavierStrokes equations. Boundary layer theory. Flow in porous media. Introduction to turbulence.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5490 Conc Engineering
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Ever increasing competition in the global marketplace has forced companies to investigate new methods of improving quality, lowering costs, and reducing the time taken to introduce new products. This competitiveness makes constant improvement and modernization crucial to survival. Concurrent Engineering (CE) has been identified by many as an approach which can provide appropriate tools and direction to any organization to excel in this competitive environment. The objective of this course is to make students familiar with Concurrent Engineering philosophy, integrated product development process, and various tools and techniques often used to implement and practice CE. The course has been specifically designed to acquaint students with new developments in product design, concurrent engineering and related tools, such as Design Structure Matrix, Quality Function Deployment, optimization models, robust design, etc.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5500 Case Stdy In Desgn
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Cases from actual industrial settings are discussed to illustrate the application of techniques for attaining quality products.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5520 Sensors and Actuators
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Study of fundamental transduction mechanisms of common sensors and actuators. Principles of data acquisitions. Use of software tools for data interaction with sensors and actuators. Introduction to micro electromechanical systems (MEMs). A key component of this course will be laboratory exercises involving sensors and actuators.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5780 Mechatronics
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Principles, components, and design of mechatronic systems, including modeling and simulation, sensors, actuators, control strategies, and instrumentation. These topics are explored in the context of a group project.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5790 Mechatronics Modeling & Simul
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Analysis, Synthesis and Design of Mechatronic Systems through the use of modeling and simulation tools. Use will be made of a unified energy flow approach to model mechatronic systems that comprise of multidisciplinary components. Computer simulation exercises to enhance student learning will be a key component of this course.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5800 Eng Materials I
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Indepth survey of metals, polymers, and ceramics. Emphasis on properties as responses to the demands of the immediate environment. Properties explained in terms of atoms, bonding between them, geometrical arrangement of large numbers of atoms, microstructure, and macrostructure. Practical design applications and failure analysis.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5820 Eng Materials II
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Indepth survey of metals, polymers, and ceramics. Emphasis on properties as responses to the demands of the immediate environment. Properties explained in terms of atoms, bonding between them, geometrical arrangement of large numbers of atoms, microstructure, and macrostructure. Practical design applications and failure analysis.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5900 Adv Systems Eng
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Predicting the behavior of systems from mathematical models. Natural dynamic characteristics and stability. Analysis of linear and nonlinear systems. Noise and stochastic processes.  3  0  0   
ENGR 5960 Adv Topics In Eng
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Directed study.  3  0  0   
ENGR 7980 Research/Teaching
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Research study, special seminars, directed activity pertinent to student's graduate program.  0  0  0   
ENGR 7990 Dissertation
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Research, study and other activity appropriate to the doctoral dissertation. Students should consult the graduate program advisor for format requirements.  0  0  0   

