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					  DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING                                  -    appreciation of engagement in life-long learning;
                                                                             and
      Mechanical Engineering is a very broad field of                   -    appreciation of the roles and responsibilities of
science, engineering, and technology. It encompasses                         mechanical engineers in society.
virtually all aspects of everyday life. To get some
perspective, it can be broadly identified according to the
                                                                     DEGREES OFFERED
foundation, role, and purpose of mechanical engineering
as:                                                                      The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers
      ‘The science, engineering, and technology that are             three degreed programs (Bachelor of Engineering,
foundation to research and development, design and                   B.Eng.) in Mechanical Engineering, Automotive
manufacturing, and installation and maintenance, of                  Engineering, and Naval Architecture and Marine
devices, machines or systems that transform, transmit,               Engineering, at the undergraduate level. At the
or utilize energy for the benefit of humankind. These                graduate level, the department offers a Master of
devices, machines, or systems generally involve the                  Engineering (M.Eng.) and a Doctor of Philosophy
transform of energy into motion and motion into energy;              (Ph.D.), in Mechanical Engineering. Details for each
      People who study and practice mechanical                       program are given in the following sections.
engineering can therefore
      - function in many different roles such as                     HEAD:
researchers,      inventors,     designers,    practicing
engineers, etc.;                                                        Chinatep     Benyajati           M.S.M.E. (Fairleigh
      - work in many different areas such as power                                                       Dickinson)
generation, distribution and utilization; engine, vehicle
and transportation; material, design and manufacturing;              PROFESSORS :
dynamics, control and robotics; machinery and
maintenance; refrigeration, air conditioning and building               Pramote      Dechaumphai         Ph.D. (Old Dominion)
technology; energy resource, management, utilization                    Somsak       Chaiyapinunt        Ph.D. (Oregon State)
and conservation; environment technology; etc;
      - work in many different places, both public and               ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS :
private sectors, such as in industry, factory, hospital,
large building and structure, consulting company,                       Asi          Bunyajitradulya     Ph.D. (UC, Irvine)
governmental office, university, etc.                                   Chairote     Kunpanitchakit      Ph.D. (Wisconsin-
                                                                                                         Madison)
MISSION                                                                 Manit        Thongprasert        Ph.D. (Texas Tech.)
                                                                        Pongtorn     Charunyakorn        Ph.D. (Miami)
    The mission of the Department of Mechanical
                                                                        Kuntinee     Maneeratana         Ph.D. (London)
Engineering is to provide firm-foundationed and
                                                                        Richakorn    Chirakanwasan       M.Sc. (London)
creative-minded mechanical engineers for the
                                                                        Staporn      Suprichakorn        B.Eng. (Chula)
advancement of mechanical engineering and for the
                                                                        Thitima      Jintanawan          Ph.D. (Washington)
development of the country.
                                                                        Viboon       Sangveraphunsiri    Ph.D. (Georgia Tech.)
    Its integrated educational programs emphasize
                                                                        Withaya      Yongchareon         Ph.D. (Iowa)
    - fundamental            knowledge      of     advanced
         mathematics, sciences, engineering, and
         mechanical engineering;
                                                                     ASSISTANT PROFESSORS :
    - general knowledge in social sciences and
         humanity;
                                                                        Boonchai     Lertnuwat     D.Eng. (Tokyo)
    - mathematical, scientific, and engineering
                                                                        Chatchai     Hongsa-Utain  Dipl.Ing.
         methodologies;
                                                                                                   (Braunschweig)
    - design and conduct of experiments, analysis of
                                                                        Chittin   Tangthiang       Ph.D. (Penn State)
         data, and meaningful physical interpretation of
                                                                        Jirasak   Mekumpornpong M.Eng. (Canterbury)
         data;
                                                                        Jirapong Kasivitamnuay     D.Eng. (Tokyo)
    - identification,        formulation,    and      solving
                                                                        Kanit     Wattanavichien   Ph.D. (University of
         engineering problems;
                                                                                                   Melbourne)
          o    conceptualization of objectives and
                                                                        Kaukeart Boonchukosol      Dr.Ing. (Poitiers)
               constraints,
                                                                        Mingsak   Tangtrakul       M.S.M.E. (Purdue)
          o    identification of governing physical
                                                                        Pairod    Singhatanadgid   Ph.D. (Washington)
               principles,
                                                                        Phichai   Leelapatana      M.Sc. (London)
          o application of fundamental analytical tools
                                                                        Paiboon   Sripakagorn      Ph.D. (Washington)
               as well as modern engineering tools, with
                                                                        Ratchatin Chanchareon      D.Eng. (Chula)
               sound appreciation of its capabilities and
                                                                        Satian    Wongsarasert     M.Eng. (Chula)
               limitations and with sound understanding of
                                                                        Sompong Putivisutisak      Ph.D. (London)
               the underlying physics and physical
                                                                        Suwit     Bunyawanichkul   M.Eng. (AIT)
               insights.
                                                                        Supavut   Chatranuwathana Ph.D. (Michigan)
    - open-ended problems, design projects, and
                                                                        Tul       Manwattana       Ph.D. (Stevens
         research;
                                                                                                   Inst.Of Tech.)
    - effective written and verbal communication skills;
                                                                        Witaya    Wannasuphoprasit Ph.D. (Northwestern)
    - independent study experiences as well as
         teamwork efforts;




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LECTURERS :                                                      NAME OF THE DEGREE

                                                                    : Bachelor of Engineering
    Chinatep    Benyajati           M.S.M.E. (Fairleigh             : B.Eng.
                                    Dickinson)
    Chirdpun    Vitooraporn         Ph.D. (M.I.T.)
    Juksanee    Virulsri            D.Eng. (Tokyo)               COURSE REQUIREMENTS
    Nattadate   Fuangworawong       D.Eng. (Tokya Tech)
    Niphon      Wansophark          M.Eng. (Chula)               Mechanical Engineering Program
    Nuksit      Noomwong            Ph.D. (TUAT)                    Total credits for graduation 145   credits
    Nopdanai    Ajavakom            Ph.D. (California)
    Sawat       Luengruengrit       D.Eng. (Japan)                  1. General Education          18   credits
    Pairat      Tangpornprasert     D.Eng. (Tokyo)                  2. Basic Science              24   credits
    Tawan       Paphapote           M.S. (Illinois)                 3. Basic Engineering
    Thanyarat   Singhanart          Ph.D. (Tokyo)                      Science                    22   credits
    Werayut     Srituravanich       M.S.M.E. (Nakoya)               4. Program Core Courses       63   credits
                                                                    5. Approved Electives         12   credits
                                                                    6. Free Electives              6   credits

 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATE                            Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Program
               PROGRAMS                                             Total credits for graduation 145 credits

                                                                    1. General Education         18    credits
    The general aim of the Department of Mechanical                 2. Basic Science             24    credits
Engineering is to give the student an understanding of              3. Basic Engineering
theoretical principles and also, through experiment and                Science                   22    credits
design work, to provide him/her with confidence in                  4. Program Core Courses      72    credits
solving practical problems. In accordance with the                  5. Approved Electives         3    credits
credit system of study, the Department provides an                  6. Free Electives             6    credits
undergraduate curriculum for three programs:
Mechanical Engineering, Naval Architecture and Marine            Automotive Engineering Program
Engineering, and Automotive Engineering. Students                Total credits for graduation   145    credits
who plan to further their study for higher degrees, as
well as those who wish to specialize in any of the fields           1. General Education         18    credits
offered, are strongly urged to consult their advisors in            2. Basic Science             24    credits
order to select and prepare the required elective                   3. Basic Engineering
programs.                                                              Science                    22   credits
                                                                    4. Program Core Courses       51   credits
                                                                    5. Electives                  24   credits
                                                                    6. Free Electives              6   credits




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                                      STUDY PROGRAM:
                                  MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
                                   FIRST YEAR CURRICULUM
                             COMMON TO ALL ENGINEERING STUDENTS


COURSE NO.        SUBJECT            CREDITS        COURSE NO.          SUBJECT            CREDITS


             THIRD SEMESTER                                        SIXTH SEMESTER
                                                     2102391       ELEC ENG I                 3
 2103211     STATICS                    3            2102392       ELEC ENG LAB I             1
 2103241     THERMODYNAMICS I           3            2103303       NUM MTHD MECH ENG          3
 2104200     MANU PROCESSES             3            2103304       AUTO CONTROL I             3
 2301276     ENG MATH I                 3            2103314       MECH SYS DESIGN II         3
 2301312     DIFF EQUATIONS             3            2103362       EN THERM DESIGN II         3
 2603284     STAT PHYS SCIENCE          3            2103391       SEM TECH WRIT ME           1
                                       18            XXXXXXX       GENERAL EDUCATION          3
                                                                                             20


             FOURTH SEMESTER                                       SUMMER SEMESTER
                                                     2100301       ENG PRACTICE               2
 2103203     MECH DRAWING               2
 2103212     DYNAMICS                   3                          SEVENTH SEMESTER
 2103231     MECH OF MAT I              3
 2103342     THERMODYNAMICS II          3            2102491       ELEC ENG II                3
 2103351     FLUID MECHANICS I          3            2102492       ELEC ENG LAB II            1
 2301277     ENG MATH II                3            2103490       ME EXP/LAB II              2
                                       17            XXXXXXX       APPROVE ELECTIVES          9
                                                     XXXXXXX       GENERAL EDUCATION          3
                                                                                             18
             FIFTH SEMESTER
 2103313     MECH SYS DESIGN I          3
 2103322     MECH MACHINERY             3                          EIGHTH SEMESTER
 2103361     EN THERM DESIGN I          3
 2103390     ME EXP/ LAB I              2            2103499       MECH ENG PROJECT           3
 2103463     HEAT TRANSFER              3            XXXXXXX       APPROVE ELECTIVES          3
 2104203     ENG MANAGEMENT             3            XXXXXXX       FREE ELECTIVES             6
 XXXXXXX     GENERAL EDUCATION          3            XXXXXXX       GENERAL EDUCATION          3
                                       20                                                    15




                                                               TOTAL CREDITS FOR GRADUATION = 145




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                                      STUDY PROGRAM :
                                  AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING
                                   FIRST YEAR CURRICULUM
                             COMMON TO ALL ENGINEERING STUDENTS


COURSE NO.             SUBJECT         CREDITS        COURSE NO.         SUBJECT       CREDITS


             THIRD SEMESTER                                        SIXTH SEMESTER


 2103211     STATICS                       3           2102391     ELEC ENG I                3
 2103241     THERMODYNAMICS I              3           2102392     ELEC ENG LAB I            1
 2301276     ENG MATH I                    3           2103391     SEM TECH WRIT ME          1
 2301312     DIFF EQUATIONS                3           2103471     INTER COMB ENGIN          3
 2603284     STAT PHYS SCIENCE             3           XXXXXXX     APPROVE ELECTIVES         6
 XXXXXXX     GENERAL EDUCATION             3           XXXXXXX     GENERAL EDUCATION         3
 XXXXXXX     FREE ELECTIVES                3                                             17
                                          21



             FOURTH SEMESTER                                       SUMMER SEMESTER


 2103203     MECH DRAWING                  2           2100301     ENG PRACTICE              2
 2103212     DYNAMICS                      3
 2103231     MECH OF MAT I                 3
 2103351     FLUID MECHANICS I             3                       SEVENTH SEMESTER
 2103481     AUTOMOTIVE ENG                4
                                                                   AUTOMOTIVE
 2301277     ENG MATH II                   3           2103408     CONTROL                   3
 XXXXXXX     FREE ELECTIVES                3           2103490     ME EXP/LAB II             2
                                          21           XXXXXXX     APPROVE ELECTIVES         9
                                                       XXXXXXX     GENERAL EDUCATION         3
                                                                                         17
             FIFTH SEMESTER


 2103313     MECH SYS DESIGN I             3                       EIGHTH SEMESTER
 2103335     VEH STRUC ANAL I              3
 2103361     EN THERM DESIGN I             3           2103499     MECH ENG PROJECT          3
 2103390     ME EXP/ LAB I                 2           XXXXXXX     APPROVE ELECTIVES         9
 2103463     HEAT TRANSFER                 3                                             12
 2104203     ENG MANAGEMENT                3
 XXXXXXX     GENERAL EDUCATION             3
                                          20




                                                        TOTAL CREDITS FOR GRADUATION = 145




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                                     STUDY PROGRAM:
                        NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND MARINE ENGINEERING
                                  FIRST YEAR CURRICULUM
                           COMMON TO ALL ENGINEERING STUDENTS


COURSE NO.         SUBJECT          CREDITS        COURSE NO.          SUBJECT       CREDITS


             THIRD SEMESTER                                     SIXTH SEMESTER


 2103211     STATICS                   3            2102391     ELEC ENG I              3
 2103241     THERMODYNAMICS I          3            2102392     ELEC ENG LAB I          1
 2301276     ENG MATH I                3            2103332     SHIPBUILDING ENG        3
 2301312     DIFF EQUATIONS            3            2103352     SHIP BUOY & STAB        3
 2603284     STAT PHYS SCIENCE         3            2103391     SEM TECH WRIT ME        1
 XXXXXXX     GENERAL EDUCATION         3            2103462     FLUID MECHANICS II      3
                                      18            XXXXXXX     GENERAL EDUCATION       3
                                                                                        17


                                                                SUMMER SEMESTER
             FOURTH SEMESTER
                                                    2100301     ENG PRACTICE            2
 2103203     MECH DRAWING              2
 2103212     DYNAMICS                  3                        SEVENTH SEMESTER
 2103231     MECH OF MAT I             3
 2103342     THERMODYNAMICS II         3            2102491     ELEC ENG II             3
 2103351     FLUID MECHANICS I         3            2102492     ELEC ENG LAB II         1
 2301277     ENG MATH II               3            2103437     SHIP DESIGN I           3
                                      17            2103443     REFRIGERATION           3
                                                    2103473     SHIP RESIS & POWER      3
                                                    2103490     ME EXP/LAB II           2
                                                    XXXXXXX     FREE ELECTIVES          3
             FIFTH SEMESTER                                                             18


 2103313     MECH SYS DESIGN I         3                        EIGHTH SEMESTER
 2103322     MECH MACHINERY            3
 2103361     EN THERM DESIGN I         3            2103471     INTER COMB ENG          3
 2103390     ME EXP/ LAB I             2            2103472     POWER PLANT ENG         3
 2103463     HEAT TRANSFER             3            2103499     MECH ENG PROJECT        3
 2104203     ENG MANAGEMENT            3            XXXXXXX     FREE ELECTIVES          3
 XXXXXXX     GENERAL EDUCATION         3            XXXXXXX     APPROVE ELECTIVES       3
                                                    XXXXXXX     GENERAL EDUCATION       3
                                      20                                                18




                                                         TOTAL CREDITS FOR GRADUATION = 145




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               APPROVED ELECTIVES FOR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS FOR 2005



                                                                Naval Architecture    Automotive Engineering
                   Mechanical Engineering                          and Marine
                                                                  Engineering



   2102505        2103302        2103404        2103510            2103304                     2103302
   2102532        2103363        2103405        2103530            2103314                     2103382
   2102537        2103364        2103406        2103532            2103331                     2103411
   2103204        2103371        2103407        2103535            2103362                     2103412
   2104303                       2103421        2103540            2103371                     2103413
                                 2103432        2103541            2103421                     2103414
                                 2103433        2103542            2103431                     2103415
                                 2103443        2103543            2103432                     2103416
                                 2103454        2103544            2103433                     2103434
                                 2103455        2103545            2103438                     2103465
                                 2103462        2103552            2103454                     2103467
                                 2103464        2103555            2103463                     2103472
                                 2103465        2103560            2103484                     2103474
                                 2103466        2103566            2103494                     2103479
                                 2103467        2103567            2103495                     2103480
                                 2103471                           2103496                     2103483
                                 2103472                           2103497                     2103488
                                 2103475                           2103498                     2103489
                                 2103476                           2104200                     2103494
                                 2103477                                                       2103495
                                 2103478                                                       2103496
                                 2103479                                                       2103497
                                 2103481                                                       2103498
                                 2103485                                                       2103532
                                 2103486                                                       2103540
                                 2103487                                                       2103541
                                 2103494                                                       2103555
                                 2103495                                                       2103556
                                 2103496                                                       2103557
                                 2103497                                                       2103558
                                 2103498                                                       2103559
                                                                                               2109418


Remark : Approved electives are subjected to change and will be announced by the department.




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      MECHANICAL ENGINEERING GRADUATE                                 COURSE REQUIREMENTS
                 PROGRAMS
                                                                          1) Required Courses for all area of study
     The mechanical engineering department offers a                          3 Credits
graduate program leading to the degrees of Master of
Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical                    2103601 Advanced Engineering Mathematics 3(3-0-9)
Engineering. The program is housed in the Mechanical
Engineering Department which offers three different                   2103790* Seminar in Mechanical Engineering 1(0-3-1)
majors: Solid Mechanics, Heat transfer/Thermodynamics/                  * No credit will be granted. Evaluation will be
Fluids, and Control/Dynamics/Manufacturing. Approximately             only S/U.
one hundred and thirty graduate students are full-time
students in the department.           Students who have                   2) Additional Required Courses for each
demonstrated record of high academic achievement                             area of study
normally receive a kind of financial support which may
be in a form of educational grant from different                              2.1)      Solid Mechanics:
supporting organizations, or as teaching or research                  2103604 Advanced Numerical Methods              3(3-0-9)
assistants, as well as the eligibility for waiving the tuition        2103612 Elasticity                              3(3-0-9)
fee.
     Presently, there are approximately 30 faculty                            2.2)      Heat Transfer/Thermodynamics/Fluid:
members who are associated with the graduate
program in the mechanical engineering department.                               None
The department is involved in research activities in a
number of different fields. Several faculty members are                       2.3)      Control/Dynamics/
associate technical editors for journals. A large number                                Manufacturing :
of technical papers resulted from faculty research and
student theses have been published annually.                                    None

                                                                          3) Approved Elective Courses for each
MASTER DEGREE PROGRAM                                                        area of study

NAME OF THE DEGREE                                                            3.1)   Solid Mechanic
                                                                              3.1.1) Computational Mechanics Subarea
    : Master of Engineering
    : M.Eng.                                                                            Six credits are to be chosen from the
                                                                                        following list:
ADMISSION                                                             2103618        Theory of Plates               3(3-0-9)
                                                                      2103619        Theory of Shells               3(3-0-9)
    The applicant must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in
                                                                      2103625        Advanced Finite Element
Mechanical Engineering and meet the Graduate School
                                                                                     Method                         3(3-0-9)
requirements.
                                                                      2103626        Thermal Stress Analysis        3(3-0-9)
DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
                                                                            3.1.2) Experimental Mechanics Subarea
    Each of the following area of study consists of 24                             Nine credits are to be chosen form the
credits for course work, one credit for engineering                                following list:
seminar, and 12 credits for thesis. One of the three                  2103613 Plasticity                         3(3-0-9)
programs below must be chosen:                                        2103618 Theory of Plates                   3(3-0-9)
    1. Solid Mechanics area of study                                  2103619 Theory of Shells                   3(3-0-9)
    2. Heat Transfer/Thermodynamics/Fluids area of                    2103620 Theory of Elastic Stability I      3(3-0-9)
        study                                                         2103720 Theory of Elastic Stability II     3(3-0-9)
    3. Control/Dynamics/Manufacturing area of study                   2103721 Fracture Mechanics                 3(3-0-9)
    The area of Solid Mechanics is further divided into
three subareas: (a) Computational Mechanics, (b)                            3.1.3) Machine Design for Production Subarea Nine
Experimental Mechanics, and (c) Machine Design for                                 credits are to be chosen from the following
Production. The Control/Dynamics /Manufacturing area                               list:
of study is further divided into two subareas: (a)                    2103530 Industrial Robots I                 3(3-0-9)
Control/Dynamics, and (b) Advanced Manufacturing                      2103615 Mechanical Vibrations               3(3-0-9)
Technology. A small successful candidate must obtain                  2103616 Optimum Design of Complex
an overall grade point average of at least 3.00 with a                          Mechanical Elements               3(3-0-9)
period of study not more than 8 regular semesters.                    2103657 Tribology                           3(3-0-9)
    The student must also demonstrate his or her                      2103721 Fracture Mechanics                  3(3-0-9)
power of the original thought and ability to organize his
or her finding by presenting an acceptable thesis                             3.2)      Heat /Thermodynamics/ Fluid
accompanied by an oral examination. Students are                                         Fifteen credits are to be chosen from
also required to pass the thesis proposal within                                         the following list:
4 regular semesters otherwise they will be dismissed                  2103552        An Introduction to Computational
from the Department according to the Graduate School                                 Fluid Mechanics                  3(3-0-9)
Regulation.                                                           2103555        Engine Emissions and Control     3(3-0-9)




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2103560       Gas Turbine Performance            3(3-0-9)        2103617    Advanced Dynamics                  3(3-0-9)
2103566       Compressible Fluid Dynamics        3(3-0-9)        2103618    Theory of Plates                   3(3-0-9)
2103567       Turbulent Shear Flows              3(3-0-9)        2103619    Theory of Shells                   3(3-0-9)
2103604       Advanced Numerical Methods         3(3-0-9)        2103620    Theory of Elastic Stability I      3(3-0-9)
2103625       Advanced Finite Element Method     3(3-0-9)        2103625    Advanced Finite Element Method     3(3-0-9)
2103651       Advanced Fluid Mechanics           3(3-0-9)        2103626    Thermal Stress Analysis            3(3-0-9)
2103652       Combustion Theory                  3(3-0-9)        2103630    Industrial Robots II               3(3-0-9)
2103653       Fluid Dynamic Aspects of Wind                      2103631    Control of Dynamic Systems         3(3-0-9)
              Turbines                           3(3-0-9)        2103632    Applied Nonlinear Control          3(3-0-9)
2103654       Conduction Heat Transfer           3(3-0-9)        2103633    Applied Optimal Control            3(3-0-9)
2103655       Convection Heat Transfer           3(3-0-9)        2103650    Advanced Engineering
2103656       Radiation Heat Transfer            3(3-0-9)                   Thermodynamics                     3(3-0-9)
2103657       Tribology                          3(3-0-9)        2103651    Advanced Fluid Mechanics           3(3-0-9)
2103658       Advanced Internal Combustion                       2103652    Combustion Theory                  3(3-0-9)
              Engine                             3(3-0-9)        2103653    Fluid Dynamic Aspects of Wind
2103659       Utilization of Alternative Fuels   3(3-0-9)                   Turbines                           3(3-0-9)
2103660       Fundamentals of Turbulence         3(3-0-9)        2103654    Conduction Heat Transfer           3(3-0-9)
2103663       Advanced Refrigeration and                         2103655    Convection Heat Transfer           3(3-0-9)
              Air Conditioning                   3(3-0-9)        2103656    Radiation Heat Transfer            3(3-0-9)
2103664       Design of Thermal Systems          3(3-0-9)        2103657    Tribology                          3(3-0-9)
                                                                 2103658    Advanced Internal Combustion
       3.3)       Control/Dynamics/Manufacturing                            Engine                             3(3-0-9)
                  Program Fifteen credits are to be              2103659    Utilization of Alternative Fuels   3(3-0-9)
                  chosen from                                    2103660    Fundamentals of Turbulence         3(3-0-9)
                  the following list:                            2103663    Advanced Refrigeration and
2103530       Industrial Robots I               3(3-0-9)                    Air Conditioning                   3(3-0-9)
2103532       Computer-Aided Design and                          2103664    Design of Thermal Systems          3(3-0-9)
              Computer-Aided Manufacturing 3(2-3-7)              2103665    Advanced Computational Fluid
2103602       Measurement and Instrumentation3(2-3-7)                       Dynamics                           3(3-0-9)
2103604       Advanced Numerical Methods        3(3-0-9)         2103666    Finite Element Method for
2103615       Mechanical Vibrations             3(3-0-9)                    Computational Fluid Dynamics       3(3-0-9)
2103616       Optimum Design of Complex                          2103701    Selected Topics in Mechanical
              Mechanical Elements               3(3-0-9)                    Engineering                        3(3-0-9)
2103617       Advanced Dynamics                 3(3-0-9)         2103720    Theory of Elastic Stability II     3(3-0-9)
2103625       Advanced Finite Element Method 3(3-0-9)            2103721    Fracture Mechanics                 3(3-0-9)
2103630       Industrial Robots II              3(3-0-9)         2103722    Elasticity II                      3(3-0-9)
2103631       Control of Dynamic Systems        3(3-0-9)         2103723    Plasticity II                      3(3-0-9)
2103632       Applied Nonlinear Control         3(3-0-9)         2103724    Contact Mechanics                  3(3-0-9)
2103633       Applied Optimal Control           3(3-0-9)
                                                                      However, Students in the Advanced Manufacturing
   4) Elective Courses                                           Technology Subarea are required to choose six credits
      The remaining credits are to be chosen from the            for elective courses from the following list:
      following list:                                            2102533 Digital Control Systems               3(3-0-9)
2103530 Industrial Robots I                3(3-0-9)              2102616 Advanced Industrial Measurement 3(3-0-9)
2103532 Computer-Aided Design and                                2102644 Microprocessor-Based
           Computer-Aided Manufacturing 3(2-3-7)                              Instrumentation                  3(3-0-9)
2103535 Mechatronics                       3(3-0-9)              2102646 Factory Automation                    3(3-0-9)
2103540 Failure Analysis and Nondestructive                      2102673 Pattern Recognition and
           Testing                         3(2-3-7)                           Information Retrieval            3(3-0-9)
2103541 Vibration Monitoring and Analysis 3(2-3-7)               2102676 Digital Image Processing              3(3-0-9)
2103542 Radiographic Testing               3(2-3-7)              2104606 Advanced Industrial Organization
2103543 Ultrasonic Testing                 3(2-3-7)                           and Management                   3(3-0-9)
2103544 Eddy Current Testing               3(2-3-7)              2104626 Materials and Processing              3(3-0-9)
2103545 Surface Method Testing             3(2-3-7)              2104627 Product and Production Design 3(3-0-9)
2103552 An Introduction to Computational                         2104630 Materials Handling and Industrial
           Fluid Mechanics                 3(3-0-9)                           Mechanization                    3(3-0-9)
2103555 Engine Emissions and Control       3(3-0-9)              2104633 Advanced Production
2103560 Gas Turbine Performance            3(3-0-9)                           Management                       3(3-0-9)
2103566 Compressible Fluid Dynamics        3(3-0-9)              2104640 Decision Analysis in Engineering 3(3-0-9)
2103567 Turbulent Shear Flows              3(3-0-9)              2109507 Advanced Mechanical Metallurgy 3(3-0-9)
2103602 Measurement and Instrumentation3(2-3-7)                  2109510 Instrumental Analysis                 3(2-3-7)
2103604 Advanced Numerical Methods         3(3-0-9)              2109518 Surface Technology                    3(3-0-9)
2103612 Elasticity                         3(3-0-9)              2109530 Physical Metallurgy of Steels         3(3-0-9)
2103613 Plasticity                         3(3-0-9)              2109533 Powder Metallurgy                     3(3-0-9)
2103614 Continuum Mechanics                3(3-0-9)              2109630 Forming Process Analysis              3(3-0-9)
2103615 Mechanical Vibrations              3(3-0-9)
2103616 Optimum Design of Complex                                      5) Thesis
           Mechanical Elements             3(3-0-9)              2103811 Thesis                     12           credits




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              Ph.D. DEGREE PROGRAM                                 2103650     Advanced Engineering                3(3-0-9)
                                                                               Thermodynamics
NAME OF THE DEGREE                                                 2103651     Advanced Fluid Mechanics            3(3-0-9)
                                                                   2103652     Combustion Theory                   3(3-0-9)
    : Doctor of Philosophy                                         2103653     Fluid Dynamic Aspects of Wind
    : Ph.D.                                                                    Turbines                            3(3-0-9)
                                                                   2103654     Conduction Heat Transfer            3(3-0-9)
ADMISSION                                                          2103655     Convection Heat Transfer            3(3-0-9)
                                                                   2103656     Radiation Heat Transfer             3(3-0-9)
    1. The applicant must have bachelor degree in                  2103657     Tribology                           3(3-0-9)
mechanical engineering or master degree in                         2103658     Advanced Internal Combustion
mechanical engineering/related fields. The applicant                           Engine                              3(3-0-9)
with bachelor degree must have average grade point of              2103659     Utilization of Alternative Fuels    3(3-0-9)
not less than 3.25 based on a 4 point grading system or            2103660     Fundamentals of Turbulence          3(3-0-9)
receiving second class honor degree. The applicant                 2103663     Advanced Refrigeration and
with master degree must earn the thesis qualification at                       Air Conditioning                    3(3-0-9)
the good or excellent level. Both the bachelor and                 2103664     Design of Thermal Systems           3(3-0-9)
master degree applicants must posses other                         2103665     Advanced Computational Fluid
qualifications which the Doctor of Philosophy Program                          Dynamics                            3(3-0-9)
Committee considers sufficient to enter the programme.             2103666     Finite Element Method for
    2. The applicant must present three letters of                             Computationl Fluid Dynamics         3(3-0-9)
recommendation written by persons who are engaging                 2103701     Selected Topics in Mechanical
in teaching the graduate study and/or his or her                               Engineering                         3(3-0-9)
academic advisors.                                                 2103720     Theory of Elastic Stability II      3(3-0-9)
    3. The applicant must possess other qualifications             2103721     Fracture Mechanics                  3(3-0-9)
which fulfill the regulations governing the study in               2103722     Elasticity II                       3(3-0-9)
Chulalongkorn University’s Graduate School and the                 2103723     Plasticity II                       3(3-0-9)
standard of study for the Doctor of Engineering Degree,            2103724     Contact Mechanics                   3(3-0-9)
1981.                                                              2103790     Seminar in Mechanical
                                                                               Engineering                         1(0-3-1)
DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
                                                                               2) Dissertation
    The applicant with bachelor degree must take 24                2103811     Thesis                             12 credits
credits of the listed elective courses. The applicant with         2103828     Dissertation                       48 credits
master degree may take 0-12 credits of the listed                  2103894     Doctoral Dissertation Seminar      0(0-0-0)
elective courses depending on the consideration of the             2103897     Qualifying Examination             0(0-0-0)
Program Committee. Both the bachelor and master
degree applicants are required to submit a dissertation                          COURSES DESCRIPTIONS
of 48 credits and satisfactory pass an oral examination.                      IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
In addition, the applicant must fulfill the requirements of                     (UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL)
the graduate school by passing the English examination
and publishing technical paper in an international                 2103101     Engineering Drawing                 2(1-3-2)
journal.                                                                       (For students at Faculty of Science)
                                                                       Introduction; applied geometry; dimensions and
COURSE REQUIREMENTS                                                notes; orthographic projection; pictorial drawing; section
                                                                   and convention; working drawing.
    1) Elective Courses
                                                                   2103105 Engineering Drawing Fundamental 2(1-3-2)
2103601     Advanced Engineering                                       Introduction,      lettering;   applied    geometry,
            Mathematics                         3(3-0-9)           orthographic projection; orthographic drawing, writing
2103602     Measurement and                                        orthographic drawing, reading, orthographic drawing,
            Instrumentation                     3(2-3-7)           dimensioning, drawing and machine shop, sand casing
2103604     Advanced Numerical Methods          3(3-0-9)           process, fillets and rounds, turning process, chamfer,
2103612     Elasticity                          3(3-0-9)           small shop tools-drill, countersink, counterbore, tap, die,
2103613     Plasticity                          3(3-0-9)           threaded, fasteners, assembly drawing, freehand sketch.
2103614     Continuum Mechanics                 3(3-0-9)
2103615     Mechanical Vibrations               3(3-0-9)           2103203     Mechanical Drawing                  2(1-2-3)
2103616     Optimum Design of Complex                                          Condition : Prerequisite 2103105
            Mechanical Elements                 3(3-0-9)               Introduction; dimensioning methods; limits and
2103617     Advanced Dynamics                   3(3-0-9)           tolerances; geometric tolerancing; surface texture;
2103618     Theory of Plates                    3(3-0-9)           welding drawings; pulleys; gears; cams and linkages;
2103619     Theory of Shells                    3(3-0-9)           couplings; clutches; piping drawing and working
2103620     Theory of Elastic Stability I       3(3-0-9)           drawings.
2103625     Advanced Finite Element Method      3(3-0-9)
2103626     Thermal Stress Analysis             3(3-0-9)           2103204 Descriptive Geometry                2(1-3-2)
2103630     Industrial Robots II                3(3-0-9)               Reference planes, basic lines and planes, auxiliary
2103631     Control of Dynamic Systems          3(3-0-9)           views, points and lines, lines and planes, revolution,
2103632     Applied Nonlinear Control           3(3-0-9)           plane and curved surface intersections, developments,
2103633     Applied Optimal Control             3(3-0-9)           graphical accuracy.




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2103211 Statics                                 3(3-0-6)          differentiation; numerical integration of ordinary
   Force system; resultants; equilibrium; structures              differential equations: initial-value problems, ordinary
and machines; distributed forces; friction, friction in           differential equations: boundary-value problems.
machines; principle of virtual work; stability.
                                                                  2103304 Automatic Control I                    3(3-0-6)
2103212       Dynamics                         3(3-0-6)               Introduction to control system; mathematical
              Condition: Corequisite 2103211 or 2103213           models of systems; state-space description; dynamics
    Kinematics and kinetics of particles and planar rigid
                                                                  simulation; feedback control system characteristics; the
body; Newton's second law; equations of motion; work
and energy; impulse and momentum of particles and                 performance of feedback control systems; the stability
planar rigid body; fundamental theory of vibration; free          of linear feedback systems; essential principles of
vibration and natural frequency.                                  feedback, the root-locus method; frequency response
                                                                  methods; stability of the frequency domain, time-domain
2103213 Engineering Mechanics I                3(3-0-6)           analysis of control systems; the design and
     Force systems; resultant; equilibrium; fluid statics;        compensation of feedback control systems.
kinematics of particle; absolute and relative motion of
rigid body; Newton's second law of motion.                        2103305     Automatic Control Laboratory        1(0-3-0)
                                                                              Condition : Prerequisite 2103304
2103231       Mechanics of Materials I         3(3-0-6)                A laboratory work on control systems, designed to
              Condition : Corequisite 2103211 or                  illustrate the topics covered in 2103-304.
                          2103213
     Concept of stress and strain; stress and strain
                                                                  2103311     Machine Design I                    3(3-0-6)
components; plane stress and plane strain; Mohr's
circle of plane stress; Hooke's law and modulus of
                                                                              Condition : Prerequisite 2103231
elasticity; engineering stress-strain diagrams; working               Fundamentals of mechanical design; properties of
stress; factor of safety; problems in axial loading               materials; theory of failure; fatigue; design of simple
including statically indeterminate problems and                   machine elements; rivet and fasteners joint; screw
temperature changes; thin-walled pressure vessel;                 fasteners; keys and pin, shafts; springs; power screws;
torsion of circular shaft; statically indeterminate shaft;        design project.
beam; stress in beam; deflection of beam; statically
indeterminate beam; Euler's formula; combined stress.             2103312     Mechanical System Design II         3(3-0-6)
                                                                              Condition : Prerequisite: 2103313 and 2103322
2103241 Thermodynamics I                      3(3-0-6)                Introduction to design process; the specification
    Some introductory comments, some concepts and                 development/planning phase; the conceptual design
definitions, properties of pure substances, work and              phase; concept generation, concept evaluation; product
heat, the first law of thermodynamics, the first law              design phases, product generation, evaluation of
analysis for a control volume, the second law of
                                                                  function and performance, evaluation of cost, ease of
thermodynamics, entropy, second law analysis for a
                                                                  assembly; finalizing the product design; design projects,
control volume, power and refrigeration system.
                                                                  covering assumption, calculation and design evaluation
2103295       Basic Thermodynamics for                            and presentation with a complete report.
              Non-ME                            3(3-0-6)
     Definitions and basic concepts; properties of pure           2103313     Mechanical System Design I          3(3-0-6)
substance and ideal gases; heat and work; first and                           Condition : Prerequisite: 2103231
second law of thermodynamics; entropy; pump and air                   Theories of failure; fatigue design; design of
compressor, steam power cycles, refrigeration cycles,             machine elements: gear, shaft, screw, fastener, rolling
air standard power cycles; basic heat transfer.                   element bearing, journal bearing, clutch and brake, belt,
                                                                  and chain.
2103301     Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I
                                            1(0-3-0)              2103314     Mechanical System Design II         3(1-4-4)
    Basic experiments in thermodynamics, fluid and                            Condition: Prerequisite 2103313 and
solid mechanics. Experiments are selected to introduce                                   2103322
pertinent instrumentations, experimental techniques                   Introduction to design process; the specification
and to further understanding of fundamental via
                                                                  development/planning phase; the conceptual design
physical observations.
                                                                  phase; concept generation, concept evaluation; product
                                                                  design phases, product generation, evaluation of
2103302 Engineering Measurements              3(2-2-5)
                                                                  function and performance, evaluation of cost, ease of
    Engineering     measurements      systems,     basic
                                                                  assembly; finalizing the product design; design projects,
measurement standard; fundamental of selection and
                                                                  covering assumption, calculation and design evaluation
operation of instrumentation components of measuring              and presentation with a complete report.
systems; error analysis and propagation of error.
                                                                  2103322     Mechanics of Machinery              3(3-0-6)
2103303       Numerical Methods for Mechanical                                Condition : Prerequisite 2103212
              Engineering                     3(3-0-6)                Basic Mechanisms; Position, velocity and
    Digital     computer    principles and    computer            acceleration of Linkages, Graphical linkage synthesis;
languages;     root of algebraic and transcendental               Linkage synthesis; Static and dynamic force analysis;
equations;      solution of simultaneous algebraic                Static and dynamic balancing of a simple rotating and
equations;    curve fitting; numerical integration and            reciprocating machine.




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2103331 Ship Strength I                        3(3-0-6)             2103352     Ship's Buoyancy and Stability      3(3-0-6)
     Quasi-static analysis of hull primary response;                            Condition: Corequisite 2103351
introduction to the probabilistic approach and strenght                  Ship geometry; ship's lines, nomenclature of form
of plated structures and ship's structural components;              floatation; buoyancy; computations of areas, volumes
combined stresses and failure theories; framing                     and moments, the properties of floating bodeies,
systems; brittle fracture and fatigue failure modes;                hydrostatic curves; equilibrium and initial     stability:
structural details; midship section synthesis, including            equilibrium    of    floating  objects,initial  stability,
classification society rules and techniques of stress               metacentric radius, the inclining experiment, trim,
superposition, material and fabrication consideration.              stability curves; cross curves, stability characteristics;
                                                                    weight effects of stability; weight effects of stability;
2103332 Shipbuilding Engineering                3(3-0-6)            weight addition weight removal, grounding and docking;
     Ship types; shipbuilding materials and material                impaired stability and control of damage, free surface,
testing; classification societies and related regulation;           flooding, permeability, estimate of the damaged ship's
welding and cutting processes in shipbuilding;                      condition.
classification society weld testing; fabrication of main
ship structural items; keel and bottom construction; shell          2103361     Energy and Thermal-Fluid System
plating, framing systems and decks; bulkheads and                               Design I                       3(3-0-6)
pillars; superstructures, etc.; fabrication of minor ship                       Condition : Prerequisite 2103241 and
structural items; pumping and piping system;                                               2103351
ventilation, refrigeration and insulation; shipbuilding                 Conceptual design, economic concepts in
process; shipyard layout and facilities; shipbuilding               engineering design; characteristics and performance of
quality control; shipyard management and organization;              main components; analysis, modeling and simulation of
industrial relations and psychology.                                thermal-fluid systems; system design.

2103335     Vehicle Structural Analysis I        3(3-0-6)           2103362     Energy and Thermal-Fluid System
            Condition: Prerequisite 2103231                                     Design II                      3(2-3-4)
    Types and functions of vehicle body and chassis,                            Condition: Prerequisite 2103361 and 2103463
layout of driving system, and chassis’ s load; factors                  Characteristics of thermal-fluid systems; system
affecting the structural design : service loading,                  analysis, synthesis and design; optimization; design
passenger consideration and safety; analysis of stress              problems; design projects.
and deformation in beam and frame under axial load,
bending moment, torque, transverse load and thermal                 2103363    Introduction to Technology and
load, respectively. The analysis involves both analytical                      Utilization of Energy              3(3-0-6)
method and finite element method, use of software in                    An overall view of energy issue, the history of
solving structural problems.                                        energy use, the relation among energy, demand and
                                                                    supply, environmental impacts, energy policy,
2103342     Thermodynamics II                    3(3-0-6)
                                                                    technology and utilization of energy from renewable and
            Condition: Prerequisite 2103241
                                                                    nonrenewable resources.
    Gaseous mixture; thermodynamic relations; fuel
and chemical reactions; irreversibility, availability or            2103364 Alternative Energy Resource          3(3-0-6)
exergy and second law efficiency; compressible flow.                    Outlook for alternative energy resources, nuclear
                                                                    power production and utilization, technology of using
2103351     Fluid Mechanics I                    3(3-0-6)           coal and natural gas, biomass energy sources, biomass
            Condition: Prerequisite 2103241 or 2103295              energy system, an introduction of solar energy thermal
     Introduction and fundamental concepts: fluid as a              process, introduction of wind power equipment, thermal
continuum, velocity field, nature of forces in fluid; fluid         energy generation from geothermal energy and biogas
statics: fluid in rigid-body motion; Reynolds' transport            energy systems.
theorem; governing equations for fluid motion in integral
form: conservation of mass, linear momentum, angular                2103371     Noise and Vibration in Mechanical
momentum, and energy; introduction to kinematics of                             Services                         3(3-0-6)
fluid motion: Eulerian and Lagrangian description of                            Condition: Consent of Faculty
fluid motion, substantial derivative, translation, rotation,            Fundamental concepts of sound and vibration;
vorticity and circulation, deformation; introduction to             noise and people; room acoustics; sound insulation;
                                                                    vibration isolation; noise in ventilating system; noise
governing equations for fluid motion in differential form:
                                                                    control in practice; laboratory testing; case studies.
conservation of mass, stress in fluid motion, resultant
force due to stress, the Navier-Stokes equation;                    2103382     Mechanics of Vehicles I            3(3-0-6)
introduction to inviscid flow: Euler's equation, Bernoulli's                    Condition: Prerequisite 2103211
equation; dimensional analysis and similarity;                         Dynamics of wheels; vehicle's resistance forces and
introduction to internal viscous flow: fully-developed              power requirement; performance & fuel consumption;
laminar flow, flow in pipes and ducts, flow                         dynamics of breaking.
measurements; introduction to external viscous flow:
boundary layer flow, flow about immersed bodies.




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2103390       Mechanical Engineering Experimentation                    2103408 Automotive Control                    3(3-0-6)
              and Laboratory I                 2(1-3-2)                      Basic electronics; principle of feedback control
     Experimentation and the basic concept of                           system; analog control system; digital control system;
experimentation; error and uncertainty analysis in                      control device in automotive; sensors, controlller,
experimentation; some basics in measurement and                         actuator; various control systems in automobile; system
instrumentation; data analysis; interpretation of                       failure analysis.
experimental results: analysis of physical characteristics
of a system from experimental results by means of                       2103411 Crankshaft and Dampers Design 3(3-0-6)
observation, physical understandings and insights, and
                                                                             Bearing loads – crankshaft mains and pins; stress
identification and application of governing principles;
reporting of experimental results; basic experiments in                 analysis; engine and crankshaft balancing; inline 4 -
thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and solid mechanics.                   cylinder crankshaft design; vibration analysis;
                                                                        crankshaft stiffness and torsional stress calculation,
2103391      Seminar and Technical Writing in ME                        Carter’s formula, Wilson’s formula; crankshaft damper
                                              1(1-0-2)                  functions; crankshaft damper design.
             Condition: Junior Standing
     Selection of mechanical engineering topics;                        2103412      Fundamental of Engine Block
researching technical information; reading technical                                 Design                       3(3-0-6)
articles/reports; presentation of technical works by                         Design concepts and block structure; material
writing     technical  articles/reports   and    formal                 selection; cylinder head design parameters, factors
presentation; discussion on these technical works.                      affecting cylinder head design; dynamic behavior of
                                                                        cylinder blocks.
2103393      Mechanical Engineering Laboratory
             For Non-ME                     1(0-3-0)                    2103413     Power Train Noise Vibration and
             Condition: Prerequisite 2103241 or 2103295                             Harshness                        3(3-0-6)
     Experiments are designed to familiarize non
                                                                            Source and control of engine excitation; powertrain
mechanical students with experimental technique and
                                                                        bending; engine accessory mounting considerations;
instrumentations in the field of mechanical engineering.
This course involves students working together in small                 driveline excitation; gear noise; transmission rollover
groups on various experimental problems including                       noise and gear rattle, driveline transient resoponse;
gasoline and diesel engines, air compressor, hydraulic                  engine accessory noise; clutch related shudder.
pump and turbine, friction loss in pipe and refrigeration cycle.
                                                                        2103414 Inherent Engine Unbalance            3(3-0-6)
2103404      Dynamic Systems Simulation             3(3-0-6)                Fundamental of engine time varying force and
             Condition: Prerequisite 2103304 or                         moment; basic unbalance and coordinating systems;
                        Consent of Faculty                              unbalance of single cylinder engine, bobweights
     Introduction, multiport systems and bond graphs;                   consideration; multicylinder unbalance of single plane
basic component models; system models; state-space                      engines; mulitcylinder unbalance of V-type engine;
equations; analysis of linear systems; multiport fields                 valve-train unbalance; balance shaft.
and junction structures; transducers, amplifiers, and
instruments.                                                            2103415 Engine Cooling Systems                  3(3-0-6)
                                                                            Function of engine cooling system; fundamental of
2103405      Automatic Control I                    3(3-0-6)            engine heat transfer; engine cooling system
             Condition: Prerequisite 2103304                            components; engine temperature; engine cooling
    Frequency Response Design; Describing-function                      circuits; vehicle coolant circuits; heat rejection; failure
analysis of nonlinear control systems; phase-plane
                                                                        mode of cooling system; system characteristics; design
analysis; state space analysis of control system; linear
                                                                        process and test methods.
dynamical equations and impulse-response matrices;
controllability and observability of linear dynamical
equations; irreducible realization; strict system;                      2103416 Safety of Motor Vehicles              3(3-0-6)
equivalence and identification.                                             Mechanical characteristics of pneumatic tires;
                                                                        hydroplaning of pneumatic tires; force distribution
2103406      Digital Control                        3(3-0-6)            during acceleration and braking; braking performance of
             Condition: Prerequisite      2103304                       vehicles; energy and thermal requirement of brakes;
     Introduction to discrete systems; time-domain                      turning performance; directional and stability control;
representations of linear discrete systems; the analysis                rear end collision; elementary analysis of the two
of discrete-time systems, z-transformation of linear                    vehicle collision; crash protection and energy
discrete systems; state variable representation; analysis               absorption.
of linear discrete-time system: z-domain approach; the
analytical design of discrete systems; engineering                      2103421     Introduction to Finite Element Method for
characteristics of computer control systems.                                        Mechanical Engineering            3(3-0-6)
                                                                                    Condition: Prerequisite 2103303
2103407 Industrial Control                     3(3-0-6)                      Mathematical preliminaries and matrices, general
     Review of basic control system; industrial control                 procedure of the finite element method, derivation of
component: pneumatic, electric, electronic and fluidic                  finite element equations using; direct approach,
device; analysis and design of the complete control
                                                                        variational approach, and method of weighted residuals,
systems; special control applications: boiler control, air
                                                                        finite element types in one, two, and three dimensions,
condition control, flight control, introduction to direct
digital control and supervisory control.                                and their interpolation functions, applications to
                                                                        structural, heat transfer, and fluid flow problems.




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2103431 Ship Dynamics                           3(3-0-6)             2103438 Ship Design II                         3(2-2-5)
    Fundamental theory of vibration ;: natural                           Design project blocking out the initial design
frequency, excitation and damping; application to ship               characteristics of a ship in accordance with the owner's
hull and machinery vibration; review of complex                      general requirements, including type of ship, principal
variables; ship maneuvering and control; experimental                dimensions, midship section design, hull form,
determination of stability derivatives; control surface              estimation of power requirement, stability calculation
design; ship motions and loads in a seaway; linearized               and design evaluation; composition of a design
equations of motion of ship in six degrees of freedom.               notebook, and computer aided in ship design.

2103432      Mechanics of Materials II            3(3-0-6)           2103443     Refrigeration                       3(3-0-6)
             Condition: Prerequisite 2103231                                     Condition: Prerequisite 2103241 and 2103351
     Elasticity: analysis of stress and strain at a point,                Various types of refrigerating system; refrigerating
Hooke’s law, problem formulation and solution                        cycle study and analyses of single stage, booster, multi-
methods, applications (thin-wall shaft under torsion,                stage, and cascade systems; introduction to cryogenic
bending of curve beams, thick-wall and compound                      technique; properties of refrigerants; cold storage, blast
cylinders, rotating discs), energy methods; Plasticity:              freezer and anteroom construction; refrigerating load
yield criteria and yield surface, strengthening                      calculation; physical structure, calculation and selection
mechanisms, flow rules, limit analysis, applications                 of compressors, evaporators, condensers, evaporative
(axial load, beams and shafts under bending and                      condensers, cooling towers, pumps, hand expansion
torsion, plastic hinge, thick-wall cylinders); Creep:                valves, capillary tubes, automation expansion valves,
viscoplasticity, models of creep, creep rupture; Fracture:           thermostatic expansion valves and low side float valves;
                                                                     refrigerant piping design; refrigerating system control
ideal cleavage strength, stress concentration and
                                                                     and instrumentation.
cracks, crack tip stress intensity factors, critical stress
intensity, linear elastic fracture mechanics; Fatigue:
                                                                     2103454     Ventilation and Air Conditioning    3(3-0-6)
approaches (stress-based, strain-based, fracture
                                                                                 Condition: Prerequisite 2103342
mechanics), notch problems, damage tolerant design.
                                                                                            and 2103351
                                                                          Psychrometric properties and process of air; criteria
2103433      Introduction to Mechanical Vibration
                                               3(3-0-6)              for thermal comfort; general ventilation; industrial
             Condition: Corequisite 2301312, 2103212                 ventilation; fume and dust removal; air conditioning load
    Oscillatory motion; Equations of motion of discrete              calculation; various types of air conditioning system and
mechanical systems; Free vibration of one-degree-of-                 equipment; air distribution and duct system design; air
freedom mechanical systems: natural frequency and                    conditioning piping design; noise and vibration control;
damping ratio; Forced responses of one-degree-of-                    air conditioning control and instrumentation.
freedom mechanical systems: frequency response
function, impulse response, and transient response;                  2103455     Solar Energy and Wind Energy
Vibration of multi-degree-of-freedom mechanical                                  Utilization                       3(3-0-6)
systems: natural frequencies, modal damping, mode                        Introduction to solar energy and its conversion for
shapes, and modal analysis; Engineering applications                 use on earth, fundamental of solar radiation, method of
of vibration: rotating machine unbalance, base                       solar collection and thermal conversion, solar heating
excitation, vibration suppression, tuned mass damper                 and cooling systems, wind energy, conversion system
(TMD), and vibration instruments; Computational                      of wind energy to mechanical energy, siting of wind
methods in vibration; Vibration testing and experimental             machines and the design of wind power machines.
modal analysis.
                                                                     2103462     Fluid Mechanics II                  3(3-0-6)
2103434      Structure and Dynamics of Vehicle                                   Condition: Prerequisite 2103241 and 2103351
                                           3(3-0-6)                       Fundamental concepts in fluid mechanics: methods
             Condition: Prerequisite 2103212,                        of description of fluid motion, kinematics of fluid motion,
                       Corequisite 2103231                           stress at a point, the Navier-Stokes equation; inviscid
     Outline of vehicle body; bending and torsional
                                                                     irrotational flows: vorticity and circulation, velocity
rigidity of vehicle; Contribution of built- up panels to
                                                                     potential, stream function, Euler's equation of motion,
rigdity : sills, rails, beams and pillars; Outline of dynamic
loads on vehicle; human response to vibration; analysis              Bernoulli's    equation,     elementary    plane     flows,
of vehicle ride models.                                              superposition of elementary plane flows, lift and
                                                                     circulation; laminar viscous flows: Poiseuille flow,
2103437      Ship Design I                        3(3-0-6)           Couette flow, flow between rotating concentric
             Condition: Prerequisite 2103352                         cylinders; laminar boundary layers: displacement and
     Ship types and rules of construction, international             momentum thicknesses, thin shear layer assumption
convention, ship owner's requirement, choice of                      and laminar boundary layer equation, flat plate
vehicles; tendering and specifications; general design               boundary layer, momentum integral equation;
characteristics; estimation of principal parameters and              introduction to turbulent flows: mean flow and
dimensions; mass equations and estimation of masses,                 turbulence, the Reynolds-Average Navier-Stokes
capacities, stability and trim; body plan design, choice             equation, turbulent flows in channel and pipe, turbulent
of form and modification; producing of line plan general             boundary layers; lift and drag of immersed bodies;
arrangement, inboard, inboard profile, out board profile,            introduction to compressible flows: local isentropic
transverse sections through engine room and others;                  reference states, steady one-dimensional compressible
engine foundations, sturntube, struts, propellers                    flows with area change, with friction, and with heat
rudders; engine room layout, piping systems; electric                transfer, normal shock.
and electronic system, refrigerating systems and others.




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2103463     Heat Transfer                        3(3-0-6)           2103471     Internal Combustion Engines        3(3-0-6)
            Condition: Prerequisite 2103241 and                                 Condition: Prerequisite 2103241
                      2103351                                            Fundamental of how the design and operation of
     Required topic: Modes of heat transfer; thermal                internal combustion engine effect their performance and
conductivity; surface heat transfer coefficient; velocity           fuel requirements. Study of fluid flow, thermodynamics,
and thermal boundary layer; heat conduction equation;               combustion, heat transfer and friction phenomena, and
steady one-dimensional heat conduction; steady two-                 fuel properties, relevant to engine power, efficiency, and
dimensional     heat   conduction;      unsteady    one-            emissions. Examination of design features and
dimensional heat conduction; convection heat transfer;
                                                                    operating characteristics of different types of engine:
forced convection along external surface; forced
                                                                    spark-ignition, compression-ignition.
convection inside tubes; introduction to free convection;
thermal radiation emission and absorption; radiation
absorption; blackbody; view factor; radiation exchanger             2103472     Power Plant Engineering            3(3-0-6)
between blackbody; radiation exchanger between real                             Condition: Prerequisite 2103241
surface / Elective topic: heat exchanger’ numerical                     Power plant and energy conversion systems; load
method for heat transfer problem; free convection;                  calculation; power plant economics; fuel and
boiling and condensation.                                           combustion; steam turbines; steam and nuclear
                                                                    generators; condensers and auxiliary equipments;
2103464     Thermal System Design                3(3-0-6)           steam, internal combustion engine, gas turbine and
            Condition: Corequisite 2103463                          hydroelectric plants, instrumentation and control.
    Principles   of   thermal     system    design;
thermodynamic modeling and design analysis; second                  2103473     Ship Resistance and Powering       3(3-0-6)
law analysis; heat transfer modeling and design                                 Condition: Prerequisite 2103351
analysis; heat exchanger design; economic analysis.                     Frictional resistance, residuary resistance, wave
                                                                    making resistance, Froude’s law of comparison; model
2103465     Fluid Power System                   3(3-0-6)           tests; powering of ships; estimation of effective horse
            Condition: Prerequisite 2103351 and                     power; propulsion and propellers horsepower, wake
                      2301312                                       thrust deduction, hull efficiency, propellers, geometry of
    Fundamentals of fluid power system, basic                       the screw propeller, propellers and law of similarity,
components and circuits, standard symbols, definitions              design procedure.
using steady-state characteristics, transmission system,
logic components and circuits, electrical components                2103474      Heat Transfer in Internal
and wiring diagrams, definitions using transient                                 Combustion Engine                  3(3-0-6)
characteristics, dynamic of fluid power system.                         Heat generation; introduction to fluid flow;
                                                                    fundamental of heat transfer, modes of heat transfer,
2103466     Design of Building Piping System 3(3-0-6)               conduction, convection, radiation, internal flow, external
            Condition: Senior Standing                              flow, correlation, boiling and condensation, film,
    Cold and hot water supply for building, sizing of cold          combined heat transfer, overall heat transfer coefficient;
and hot water supply pipes; transfer pumps, booster                 heat exchangers; thermal processes in engines; engine
pumps, pressure tanks, calculation and control; design              cooling systems; exhaust systems; underhood heat
and calculation of domestic hot water circulating                   transfer; thermal stresses.
systems, circulators and hot water generators; design
and sizing of drainage and vent piping systems; design              2103475     Energy Management in Buildings 3(3-0-6)
of fire protection systems, namely, wet pipe indoor                             Condition : Senior Project
hydrant and sprinkler systems, halon gas systems;                        Energy audit program for building and facilities,
design and sizing of compressed air piping systems;                 initiating energy management program, guidelines for
energy conservation in plumbing system; sizing of boiler            methods of reducing energy usage in each area in
and steam pipes for hot water generation and other                  buildings, conservation of the energy in the planning,
building uses; flexibility of piping system, expansion
                                                                    design, installation, utilization, maintenance and
loop and expansion joint calculation and selection;
                                                                    modernization of the mechanical systems in the existing
design project.
                                                                    and new building, utilization of microcomputer in the
2103467     Combustion Technology                3(3-0-6)           energy management and in automatic controls of air
            Condition: Prerequisite 2103342 and 2103351             conditioning and ventilation systems in building, and
    Combustion phenomena; review of chemical                        case study of energy saving in buildings.
kinetics, total collision frequency, equation of Arrhenius,
activation energy, rates of reaction, ignition, quenching           2103477     Design of Industrial Piping        3(3-0-6)
distance,     flammability      limits,  fuel   technology,                     Condition: Prerequisite 2103241
stoichiometric combustion calculation, thermo-chemical                   Boiler, principle of steam piping system, steam
analysis, theoretical flame temperature performance of              trapping, condensate recovery, flash steam, steam
steam boilers, boiler's efficiency, boiler's heat balance           system design; principle of industrial compressed air
sheet, boiler draught, fan power calculation,                       piping system, air compressor and equipments,
classification of industrial furnaces, heat source and              compressed air system design; principle of low pressure
heating method, operating method and material transfer              gas piping, pressure reducing station, calculation and
equipment,       furnace's     radiative   heat    transfer,        sizing of gas pipes.
combustion apparatus, fuel-to-steam efficiency.




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2103478     Energy Management in Industry 3(3-0-6)                 types of design and management, power requirement,
           Condition: Prerequisite : 2103241 or Senior             and efficiency and maintenance of field machinery;
                      Standing or Consent of Faculty               selection of tillage equipment; crop planting; seed drills
     Energy balance studies for various equipment in               and broadcasting machines; rice transplanter; spraying
industrial plants and options for improved efficiencies,           and harvesting machines.
waste heat recovery techniques, cogeneration concept
in industry and management for efficient use of energy.            2103487 Agricultural Process Engineering 3(3-0-6)
                                                                       Introduction to post-harvest farm processing
2103479 Engine Cooling Systems                  3(3-0-6)           activities in maintaining, raising the quality, and
    Function of engine cooling system; fundamental of              changing the form or characteristics of farm products:
engine heat transfer; engine cooling system                        emphasis on cleaning and sorting machines, size
components; engine temperature; engine cooling                     reduction, principle of drying, crop moisture content-
circuits; vehicle coolant circuits; heat rejection; failure        temperature relationship, product processing techniques,
mode of cooling system; system characteristics; design             and handling and storaging systems and equipment.
process and test methods.
                                                                   2103488     Engine Static Sealing               3(3-0-6)
2103480 Fundamental of Engine Testing 3(3-0-6)                                 Condition : Consent of Faculty
     Test cell design; control room; air conditioning and              Basic joint considerations, mating components and
ventilation; design of engine mounting ; flow systems              surface consideration, fasteners; material consideration;
for fuel, water, intake and exhaust; dynamometer                   gasket design and selection; performance testing,
selection; coupling the engine to the dynamometer;                 durability testing.
measurement of engine performance and operating
parameters; measurement of engine heat and
                                                                   2103489 Engine Dynamic Sealing                  3(3-0-6)
mechanical losses; exhaust emissions and combustion
                                                                       Function of lip seal; principle of seal operation; seal
analysis; transient testing; chassis dynamometer
                                                                   types, element geometry, case configuration; seal
testing; data logging and computerized engine test cell
                                                                   element materials; shaft and bore consideration, seal
control; statistical design of experiment.
                                                                   dimensional specification; Garters springs; performance
                                                                   evaluation; effect of performance parameters; effect of
2103481 Automotive Engineering             4(3-3-6)
                                                                   design parameters.
    Basic principles; suspension system ; body and
chassis, brake system; steering system; front wheel
geometry; transmission system, automotive equipment;               2103490     Mechanical Engineering Experimentation
performance factors.                                                           and Laboratory II             2(1-3-2)
                                                                               Condition: Prerequisite 2103390
2103483 Engine Crankcase Ventilation         3(3-0-6)                   The importance of engineering report; how to
    Function and types of crankcase ventilation; limited           approach; the format and topic; figure and table; graph;
blowby design considerations; engine purge; crankcase              writing style; experiments on fluid machinery, internal
extraction; engine oil separator; air flow and vacuum              combustion engine, refrigeration and air conditioning,
control; provision for air distribution and vehicle                mechanics of solid.
dynamics; system maintenance; design parameters,
blowby mapping, performance testing.                               2103494     Seminar and Case Studies            2(0-4-2)
                                                                               Condition: Consent of Faculty
2103484 Marine Engineering                    3(3-0-6)                  Presentation and discussion of current topics of
    Marine machinery; types and their layouts, such as             interest, practice, precise and critical exposition on
pumps, fans, steering gear mechanism, anchoring                    technical topics, training in public speaking and report
device, winches and cranes; propulsion; propeller                  writing.
geometry and definitions; lift and drag; momentum and
blade element theories; steering and design of rudders;            2103495      Advanced Topics in Mechanical
ship auxiliary services; ventialation, refrigeration, air                       Engineering I                   3(3-0-6)
conditioning, pumping, flooding and draining; waste                    Topics of current interest and new developments in
heat utilization.                                                  various fields of mechanical engineering.

2103485     Agricultural Tractor Systems                           2103496      Advanced Topics in Mechanical
            and Design                          3(3-0-6)                        Engineering II                  3(3-0-6)
            Condition : Senior Standing                                Topics of current interest and new developments in
     Principles of design, constructional features, and            various fields of mechanical engineering.
operation of farm tractors; emphasis on mechanics of
tractor chassis, tractor transmission systems, hydraulic           2103497     Special problems in Mechanical
control systems, tractor-implement relationship, tractor-                      Engineering I                     3(2-3-4)
soil relationship, and tractor steering.                               Study or investigation of special problems assigned
                                                                   by the instructor with the consent of the head of
2103486     Agricultural Machinery              3(2-3-4)           department. The work must be completed within one
            Condition : Senior Standing                            semester. A complete written report, a copy of which is
    Basic structural features, operations, functional              to be kept by the department, is required and final oral
requirements, and adjustment of agricultural machinery;            examination must be taken.




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2103498     Special Problems in Mechanical                              Stress at crack tip and concerning parameters;
            Engineering II                 3(2-3-4)                failure phenomena: crack propagation, creep, corrosion,
            Condition : Senior Standing or Consent of              failure surface; life assessment; case studies;
                        Faculty                                    nondestructive testing; practice on NDT techniques.
    Study or investigation of special problems assigned
by the instructor with the consent of the head of                  2103541      Vibration Monitoring and Analysis 3(2-3-7)
department. The work must be completed within one                               Condition : Consent of Faculty
semester. A complete written report, a copy of which is                Predictive maintenance; mechanical vibration;
to be kept by the department, is required and final oral           Fourier series and Fast Fourier Transform;
examination must be taken.                                         measurement and instrumentation; symptoms of
                                                                   vibration signals; diagnosis; setup of alarm band; case
2103499     Mechanical Engineering Project 3(0-6-3)                studies; and projects.
            Condition : Senior Standing or Consent of
                        Faculty                                    2103542      Radiographic Testing                 3(2-3-7)
     Practical interesting project or problems in various                       Condition : Consent of Faculty
fields of mechanical engineering assigned by the
                                                                        Nondestructive testing; manufacturing processes
instructor. The project must be completed within one
semester. A complete written report is required and final          and their discontinuities; radiation sources: X-ray, γ-ray,
oral examination must be taken.                                    and instruments; radiation principle; radiation safety and
                                                                   protection: biological effects of radiation, safety
              COURSES DESCRIPTIONS                                 instruments; radiographic inspection procedures:
           IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING                               geometrical unsharpness, contrast and definition,
                (GRADUATE LEVEL)                                   radiation scattering, image quality indicator; film and film
                                                                   processing; film interpretation; inspection standards.
2103510     Mechanics of Composite
            Materials                            3(3-0-9)          2103543      Ultrasonic Testing                   3(2-3-7)
    Basic concepts of fiber reinforced composite                                Condition : Consent of Faculty
materials and their application, stress and strain                     Nondestructive testing; manufacturing processes
analysis of continuous fiber composite materials;                  and their discontinuities; theory of wave: characteristics
Hooke’ law and hygrothermal behavior of orthotropic                and behavior of waves; ultrasonic instruments: probes,
lamina; classical lamination theory, failure criterion, and        operations; ultrasonic inspection procedures: instrument
design concepts, as applied to composite structures;               calibration, normal probe inspection, angle probe
analysis of composite beams and plates; introduction to            inspection, immersion testing; inspection standards.
material fabrication and testing
                                                                   2103544      Eddy Current Testing                 3(2-3-7)
2103530 Industrial Robots I                  3(3-0-9)                           Condition : Consent of Faculty
     Introduction Industrial Robots; robot reference                    Nondestructive testing; manufacturing processes
frames; manipulator kinematics; inverse manipulator                and their discontinuities; theory of eddy current:
kinematics;      Jacobian;   manipulator     dynamics;             impedance plane diagram, correlations between coil
introduction to robot controls; trajectory generation;             impedance and sample properties; eddy current
mechanism design; introduction to hybrid force/position            instruments: probes, operations; eddy current
control; summary.                                                  inspection procedures: frequency selection, instrument
                                                                   calibration, flat surface inspection, tube inspection;
2103532     Computer Aided Design and                              signal analysis; inspection standards.
            Computer Aided Manufacturing 3(2-3-7)
    Introduction to CAD/CAM; basic concept of                      2103545      Surface Method Testing               3(2-3-7)
CAD/CAM/CAE; product design and strategy; 3D                                    Condition : Consent of Faculty
modeling concept; techniques for geometry modeling;
                                                                        Nondestructive testing; manufacturing processes
surface design; computer aided manufacturing concept;
                                                                   and their discontinuities; visual testing; liquid penetrant
the design and manufacturing interface; NC
                                                                   testing; types and properties of penetrant; inspection
programming & verification; link to manufacture;
                                                                   procedures; quality control and calibration of PT
CAD/CAM standard and data exchange; rapid-
prototyping concept; total approach to product                     inspection system; inspection standards; magnetic
development.                                                       particle testing; theory of magnetism; magnetic
                                                                   induction techniques: circular field, longitudinal field;
2103535 Mechatronics                         3(3-0-9)              inspection procedures; quality control and calibration of
    Introduction to mechanical system interfacing;                 MT inspection system; inspection standards.
combinational digital logic; industrial      electronic
components;      industrial sensors; simple computer               2103552       An Introduction to Computational
structure;   low   level    programming    techniques;                           Fluid Mechanics                     3(3-0-9)
embedded control computers; microcontroller; stepping                   Dynamics of body moving through a fluid medium;
motors; DC motors; analog/digital conversion; position             numerical solution of ordinary differential equations.
and velocity measurement; amplifiers; projects related             Inviscid fluid flows.Numerical method for solving elliptic
to mechatronics.                                                   partial differential equations. Viscous fluid flows: explicit
                                                                   and implicit methods for solving parabolic partial
2103540     Failure Analysis and Non-destructive                   differential equations. Artificial viscosity. Mathematical
            Testing                          3(2-3-7)              behavior of partial differential equations. Boundary
            Condition : Consent of Faculty                         condition and Grid transformation.




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2103555 Engine Emissions and Control          3(3-0-9)              2103604     Advanced Numerical Methods          3(3-0-9)
    Air pollution system, effects of pollutants; engine                         Condition : Consent of Faculty
fundamentals, engine emissions; emission control                        Solution of equation; numerical Instabilities and
techniques; instrumentation and techniques for                      their cure; simultaneous linear algebraic equations;
measuring emissions.                                                numerical differentiation and integration; least squares
                                                                    approximations;     ordinary    differential   equations;
2103556      Fundamental of Engine Fuel                             boundary value problems; partial differential equations.
             Control System                        3(3-0-9)
    Fuel properties; fuel tank; carburetor; fuel injection
system; injector; injection timing and control strategies;          2103612 Elasticity                             3(3-0-9)
injector quality evaluation and testing; throttle body                  Two and three dimensional stress and strain
analysis and design; idle air control; fuel rail; fuel pumps        analysis, theory of elasticity, Hooke's law for two and
and pressure regulator; fuel control systems for                    three dimensional problems, equilibrium conditions,
alternative fuels.                                                  compatibility conditions; stress function: two and three
                                                                    dimensional problems in Cartesian, polar and
2103557     Catalytic Converters – Theory and                       curvilinear coordinate systems; introduction to three
            Application                       3(3-0-9)              dimensional elasticity.
    Fundamental of pollution formation in IC engine;
anatomy of a converter; converter design for optimizing             2103613     Plasticity                          3(3-0-9)
flow; chemical reactions; catalyst performance and                              Condition: Prerequisite 2103612
application; catalyst deactivation and contamination;                    Stress tensors and tensor notations, yield criteria,
performance control and calibration.
                                                                    stress-strain    relations,   plastic-elastic    problems,
                                                                    introduction to incremental plasticity theory, plane strain
2103558     Intake Manifold and Induction
            System Design                  3(3-0-9)                 compression, slip-line fields, friction effects, extrusion,
     Engine intake manifold design; primary design                  deep drawing, rolling, limit analysis, upper bound and
parameters and tuning, analysis methods; multicylinder              lower bound solutions.
wave dynamics; flow losses in induction systems;
testing method for performance evaluation; noise in                 2103614     Continuum Mechanics                 3(3-0-9)
induction system, silencers.                                                    Condition : Consent of Faculty
                                                                        Introduction to continuum mechanics; Essential
2103560 Gas Turbine Performance              3(3-0-9)               mathematics: notations, tensor and operations,
     Introduction, thermodynamics of gas turbine cycle:             transformation, integral theorems of Gauss and Stokes;
efficiency and output of hypothetical cycle of                      Kinematics of deformation and motion; Stress
intercooling, reheat and regenerative separately and in             principles; Governing equations; Constitutive equations;
combination: the aeroturbo-propeller engine; the                    Applications (heat conduction, solid mechanics, fluid
turbojet engine, the bypass jet engine, the supersonic
                                                                    mechanics); Introduction to computational modelling.
turbojet engine; component matching problem.

2103566     Compressible Fluid Dynamics          3(3-0-9)           2103615 Mechanical Vibrations              3(3-0-9)
            Condition : Consent of Faculty                              One degree of freedom systems; applications of
    Thermodynamics of motion; physical acoustics;                   vibration principles to various types of practical
wave equation; speed of sound; quasi-one-dimensional                problems; multi-degrees of freedom systems,
flow with friction and heat addition; shock waves and               formulation of equation, numerical solving methods,
related discontinuities; one-dimensional unsteady flow;             continuous system, non-linear vibration.
two-dimensional steady flow; method of characteristics;
nozzle design; linearized flow; flow visualization using            2103616      Optimum Design of Complex
optical techniques.                                                              Mechanical Elements          3(3-0-9)
                                                                       Techniques for optimum design with application to
2103567 Turbulent Shear Flows                    3(3-0-9)           simple mechanical elements in problem with practical
    Characteristics of turbulent flows; Reynolds                    constraints.
equations; dynamics of turbulence; free turbulent shear
flows; jets, wakes, mixing layers, channel and pipe
flows; turbulent transport of scalar quantities.                    2103617 Advanced Dynamics                     3(3-0-9)
                                                                        Kinematics and kinetics of particles; variable mass
2103601      Advanced Engineering                                   problems; rigid body dynamics; Lagrange's equation;
             Mathematics                        3(3-0-9)            Hamilton's principle; Hamilton's canonical equations;
    Numerical and graphical methods of approximate                  Hamilton-Jacobi theory.
solution; finite difference method; calculus of variations,
solution of classical partial differential equations of             2103618     Theory of Plates                    3(3-0-9)
mathematical physics including application of conferral                         Condition: Prerequisite 2103432 or
mapping and the Laplace transformation.                                                    Consent of Faculty
                                                                        Cylindrical and pure bending of plates,
2103602 Measurement and Instrumentation 3(2-3-7)                    axisymmetrical bending of laterally loaded rectangular
     Generalized     performance    characteristic     of           and circular plates with various boundary conditions;
instruments; static and dynamic characteristics, study of           plates of various shapes, combined bending and
measurement method for temperature, pressure, mass
                                                                    stretching of plates.
flow, stress-strain and vibration; experimental design
and data analysis.




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2103619     Theory of Shells                    3(3-0-9)           2103650      Advanced Engineering
            Condition: Prerequisite 2103618 or                                  Thermodynamics                     3(3-0-9)
                       Consent of Faculty                              Review of principles and essential concepts;
    Stresses and deformations of shells; membrane                  thermodynamic properties relations of mixtures and
theory of shells; bending theory of shells of revolution           solutions, chemical reactions, introduction to phase and
and other shapes.                                                  chemical equilibrium; thermodynamics of high speed
                                                                   flow.
2103620     Theory of Elastic Stability I       3(3-0-9)
            Condition: Prerequisite 2103432 or                     2103651 Advanced Fluid Mechanics              3(3-0-9)
                       Consent of Faculty
                                                                       Review of principles and concepts; Cartesian
     Stability of mechanical models and elastic beams
by classical, kinetic, and energy approaches;                      tensor; transport eq., special model for steady laminar
snapthrough and bifurcation buckling; buckling of                  flow; shear flows, boundary layer equations, the
beams on elastic foundation; approximate methods for               concept of similarity; turbulent flow.
critical loads, buckling of rings and arches.
                                                                   2103652     Combustion Theory                 3(3-0-9)
2103625     Advanced Finite Element Method 3(3-0-9)                            Condition: Prerequisite 2103342 or
            Condition: Prerequisite 2103624 or                                            Consent of Faculty
                       Consent of Faculty                              Review of combustion processes, review of
    Procedures of the finite element method for                    chemical thermodynamics, stoichiometric combustion
structural, thermal and fluid differential equations;              analysis, equation of Arrhenius, activation energy,
nonlinear structural static and dynamic problems with              reaction orders, chain reactions, premixed laminar
discrete and continuum structures; transient nonlinear             flames, thermal theories, comprehensive theory,
heat transfer problems with conduction, convection and
                                                                   Spalding's theory, ignition, minimum ignition energy,
radiation;    steady      and    unsteady     nonlinear
                                                                   quenching distance, application in combustion
incompressible and compressible fluid flow problems.
                                                                   engineering.
2103626     Thermal Stress Analysis             3(3-0-9)
            Condition: Prerequisite 2103612 or                     2103653      Fluid Dynamic Aspects of Wind
                       Consent of Faculty                                       Turbines                       3(3-0-9)
     Derivation of different classes for thermal stress                 Basic fluid dynamics, aerodynamic theory,
differential equations and analytical solutions to thermal         boundary layers, aerofoils; basic wind turbines;
stress problems.       Numerical methods for solving               characteristics and mathematical modelling. principles
thermal stress problems with arbitrary continuum bodies            of testing.
and built-up structures.
                                                                   2103654     Conduction Heat Transfer          3(3-0-9)
2103630     Industrial Robots II                3(3-0-9)                       Condition: Prerequisite 2103463 or
            Condition: Prerequisite 2103650 or                                            Consent of Faculty
                       Consent of Faculty                              Introduction; definition of concept and statement of
     Arm kinematics, homogenous transformation,                    general laws; formulation of heat conduction equations;
Denavit-Hartenberg representation, kinematic equations             lumped integral and differential formulation of general
for manipulators, inverse kinematics solutions,                    laws; initial and boundary conditions. solutions for
differential relationships of arm kinematics, arm                  steady and unsteady problems, one; two and three
dynamics, Lagrange-Euler equations of motion of robot              dimensional problems; method of solution, separation of
manipulator arms, Newton-Euler formulation, computer               variables, Laplace transform, partial solution, etc.
simulation of arm dynamics, control of multiple-joint
manipulator arms.                                                  2103655     Convection Heat Transfer          3(3-0-9)
                                                                               Condition: Prerequisite 2103463 or
                                                                                          Consent of Faculty
2103631 Control of Dynamic Systems             3(3-0-9)
                                                                       Governing equations for heat and mass transfer,
    Classical control; linear system theory; response of           basic solutions for heat transfer in ducts and over
linear, lumped-parameter stationary systems; stability of          external surfaces; heat and momentum transfer
linear lumped-parameter stationary systems; scalar                 analogy, free convection; boiling and condensation.
input-output systems and feedback control; frequency
response; introduction to multi-variable control systems;          2103656     Radiation Heat Transfer           3(3-0-9)
linear digital control.                                                        Condition: Prerequisite 2103463 or
                                                                                         Consent of Faculty
2103632 Applied Nonlinear Control                3(3-0-9)              Physics of radiation, radiation properties, radiation
    Introduction; phase plane analysis; describing                 shapes factor; radiative exchange between surfaces;
function analysis; feedback linearization; sliding control;        radiation through absorbing and transmitting media,
adaptive control.                                                  radiation properties of gases; solar radiation.

 2103633 Applied Optimal Control                3(3-0-9)           2103657 Tribology                         3(3-0-9)
                                                                        Surface properties and measurement, contact of
    Introduction; parameter optimization problems,
                                                                   surfaces, friction theories, mechanism of wear,
optimization     problems   for    dynamic       systems,          tribological properties of solid materi als, friction
optimization problems for dynamic systems with path                instability, mechanics of rolling motion.
constraints, optimal feedback control, linear system with
quadratic criteria.




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2103658     Advanced Internal Combustion                          2103720     Theory of Elastic Stability II      3(3-0-9)
            Engine                               3(3-0-9)                     Condition: Prerequisite 2103619, 2103620 or
    Standard air engine cycle, theory of combustion,                                     Consent of Faculty
fuel and combustion, reaction kinetics, reaction rates of              Linear and nonlinear theories for shell buckling;
air and fuel, engine combustion, gas exchange                     stability of thin stiffened and unstiffened plates and
processes, heat transfer, principle of flow and combustion        cylindrical shells under various loads; edge effects;
process modelling, engine’s performance prediction.               imperfection sensitivity studies.
2103659 Utilization of Alternative Fuels        3(3-0-9)          2103721     Fracture Mechanics                  3(3-0-9)
    Special requirements for the use of alternative fuels                     Condition: Prerequisite 2103612
in furnances, the use of alternative fuels in transport,
                                                                       Rheology, model and law of material evolution in
engine-fuels matching and optimisation, alternative
                                                                  time, model of elastic material; model of non-elastic
engines, durability, vehicle fuel storage options, engine-
vehicle matching.                                                 material; linear model of Newton, Maxwell and Voight
                                                                  Kehin; application of Zener’s solid; elementary crystal
2103660 Fundamentals of Turbulence           3(3-0-9)             model linear solid generalization; dynamic equation.
    Stochastic tools in turbulence; Reynolds equations;           Fracture mechanics, Griffith criteria; stress intensity,
mean and turbulent kinetic energy equations; Reynolds-            influence of plastic zone at notch root; crack opening
stress transport equation; dynamics of one-and two-               displacement.
point velocity correlations; dynamic equation for the
energy spectrum; isotropic turbulence; homogeneous                2103722     Elasticity II                       3(3-0-9)
shear-flow turbulence; transport processes in turbulent                       Condition: Prerequisite 2103612
flows.                                                                 Torsion, bending of bars, axisymmetric stress and
                                                                  deformation in a solid of revolution, thermal stress, the
2103663     Advanced Refrigeration and Air                        application of finite difference equations in elasticity,
            Conditioning                       3(3-0-9)           strain energy.
            Condition: Prerequisite 2103443,
              2103454 or Consent of Faculty                       2103723     Plasticity II                       3(3-0-9)
     Low temperature refrigeration, refrigeration system                      Condition: Prerequisite 2103612
study, industrial applications of refrigeration, air                                     and 2103624
conditioning system and building thermal environmental                Numerical approximation of some elastic-plastic
influences on air conditioning design, ventilation, direct        problems, study of residual stresses induced by plastic
contact, transfer processes between moist air and                 deformation, shakedown analysis of elastic-plastic
water, flow in ducts and a unconfined spaces, automatic           system, finite element formulation of small strain elastic-
control, testing, adjusting and balancing, economic               plastic deformation, introduction to large strain elastic-
factors in air conditioning, noise, and vibration control.
                                                                  plastic deformation.
2103664 Design of Thermal System            3(3-0-9)
    Engineering design, design of a workable system,              2103724     Contact Mechanics                   3(3-0-9)
economics, equation fitting and mathematical                                  Condition: Prerequisite 2103612
modelling, system simulation, optimization, Lagrange                   Stress analysis of a wedge loaded along the faces,
multipliers, search methods, dynamic programming,                 motion and forces at a point of contact, line loading of
linear programming.                                               an elastic half space, point loading of an elastic half
                                                                  space, normal contact of elastic solids, Hertz theory,
2103665      Advanced Computational Fluid                         non-Hertzian normal contact of elastic bodies, normal
             Dynamics                          3(3-0-9)           contact of inelastic solids, tangential loading and sliding
     Mathematical and Numerical aspects of heat                   contact, rolling contact of elastic bodies, rolling contact
transfer and Fluid mechanics, finite difference and finite        of inelastic bodies.
volume methods for solving basic governing equations
of fluid flow and heat transfer: continuity, momentum             2103790    Seminar in Mechanical
and energy, discretisation methods for two and therr                         Engineering                         1(0-3-1)
dimensional problems, boundary conditions, numerical                 Discussion of special topics in the advent of
schemes and solvers, consistency, stability and                   mechanical engineering; written report is required.
convergence, advanced numerical techniques for CFD,
applications of the method for some engineering                   2103811     Thesis                             12 credits
problems.                                                                     THESIS
2103666     Finite Element Method for                             2103828     Dissertation                       48 credits
            Computational Fluid Dynamics 3(3-0-9)                             DISSERTATION
    Finite element method for solving fluid dynamics
problems with complex geometries under different
                                                                  2103894     Doctoral Dissertation Seminar       0(0-0-0)
boundary conditions; solutions the problem of potential
flows, inviscid and viscous flows, incompresible and                          DOC DISSERT SEM
compressible flows; finite element equations and
corresponding computer programs in each case.                     2103897      Qualifying Examination             0(0-0-0)
                                                                               QUALIFYING EXAM
2103701      Selected Topics in Mechanical                                     S/U
             Engineering                   3(3-0-9)
    Topics are drawn from various fields of current
interest in mechanical engineering.




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