FALL 2012 Fox Valley Engineering B.S. Mechanical Engineering Courses

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March 13
, 2012



FALL 2012
Fox Valley
Engineering

B.S. Mechanical
Engineering Courses



ALL COURSES AND LABORATORIES WILL BE HELD AT 1655 UNIVERSITY AVENUE


ME
CHNCHL


2630

FV1

3 credits


MW 6:45
-
8:00PM



U
1025


Bayraktar, T.

Thermodynamics

Basic concepts and
definitions, properties of ideal gases and real substances. Conservation of mass. First law of
thermodynamics and entropy. Vapor power cycles
.
Prerequisite:
CHE 165,
MAT 222


ME
CHNCHL


3030

FV1


3 cre
dits


MW 7:00
-
8:15PM



U
1102


Zampaloni. M.

Dynamical
Systems


Mathematical modeling and response analysis of various dynamic systems. Formulation of system governing equations
by Newtonian and Lagrangian approaches. Laplace transforms and numerical techniques of solution. Transfer function
and state
-
space ap
proaches to modeling dynamic systems. Time and frequency response of dynamic systems. Computer
solutions of system responses
.
Prerequisite:

C or better in MEC 202;

MAT 271, GENENG2930,
MECHNCHL

3430


ME
CHNCHL

3040

FV1


3
credits

MW 4:45
-
6:30PM



U
1102


Zampaloni, M.

Engineering Materials

A study of metals and polymers. Crystal structures, microstructures, molecular structures and imperfections.
Relationship between structures and observed mechanical properties. Material failure
.
Pre
-
req:

CHE 165

Co
-
req:

MEC
203


ME
CHNCHL

3230

FV1


3 credits

MW

7:15
-
8:30

PM



U
1102



TBD

Manufacturing Processes

Overview of materials such as metals, alloys, composites and ceramics. Primary manufacturing processes such as
casting, forging, rolling and extrusion. Secondary
processes such as forming, bending, drawing and swaging. Mechanics
and economics of metal cutting. Economics of process planning. Special processes such as powder metallurgy. Design
and manufacturing. Manufacturing systems, CAD/CAM/CNC/CIM.
Prerequisite:

M
EC 203,
MECHNCHL

3040



ME
CHNCHL

3330
FV1


3 credits

Tues/Thurs 5:00
-
6:15

PM


U
1025


Zampaloni, M.

Design of Machine Elements

Nonstandard loading, deflection analysis, failure theories for static and cyclic loading followed by safety considerations.
Design and selection of a wide range of machine elements such as fasteners, springs, shafts, bearings, and gears.
Dimensioning, fits and tolerances and design communication. Open
-
ended design project
.
Prerequisite:

MECHNCHL

3040 and “C” or better in
MEC 20
3


ME
CHNCHL

3720

FV1


3 credits

Tues/Thurs

4
:45
-
7:00

PM


U
1102


Bayraktar, T
.

Mechanical Systems Laboratory

Introduction to engineering laboratory equipment, experimental procedures, report writing, automated data
acquisition, including computer
programming and statistical analysis. Emphasis is on the experimental analysis of
mechanical systems, including topics such as vibrations, strain gauges, and DC motors, along with the electronics used to
instrument and measure these systems
.
Prereq
uisite
:
MAT 240
Co
-
req
:
MECHNCHL

3030




March 13
, 2012


FALL 2012 Fox Valley Engineering

B.S. Mechanical Engineering Courses

(CONTINUED)




ME
CHNCHL

4560 PSV


3 credits

LEC:
Streaming Video

Disc: M 6:30
-
7:30PM
*


Iselin, J.

Computation
al

Fluid Dynamics

Introduction to
computational fluid dynamics (CFD) with emphasis on using a commercial software package. Concepts of
consistency, stability, convergence, scheme order, and turbulence modeling from the practitioner's viewpoint are
covered. Simulations of steady and unstead
y flows, compressible and incompressible flows, forced and natural
convection heat transfer, and conduction in solids are performed
.
*
One hour common synchronous discussion

REQUIRED

each week

via
Adobe Connect
.

Prerequisite:
MECHNCHL
3300, 3430


ME
CHNCHL

4730

FV1


3 credits

MW

5:00
-
6:18 PM



U1025


Bayraktar, T.

Thermo
-
F
luid Systems Design

A course treating the concepts of Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, and mechanics in a unified
presentation.

Particular emphasis will be directed towards applications to actual physical systems including the gas
power cycles, refrigeration cycles, heat exchangers, ideal gas mixtures, psychrometrics and 1st law combustion. Some
design of devices involved in these

applications will also be included
.
Prereq
uisite
:
MECHNCHL

330
0,

3640


March 13
, 2012