Fuel Cell and Electrochemical Engineering. contact the department. IMPORTANT NOTES: The information below is for reference only. Muscle and joint loads. Materials and physics aspects of semiconductor, optical and magnetic devices: energy bandstructure, crystal structure, crystal defects and impurity effects, relationship of material characteristics and physical properties; production of electronic materials and devices: single crystal growth, epitaxy, metallization, ion implantation, lithography and etching; characterization techniques: X-ray diffraction, photoluminescence. Follows the production of metallurgical products, focusing on process design models used to describe solidification, recrystallization, and precipitation. Modern materials manufacturing involves multi-material solutions to create e.g. Offered jointly by the Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering. Design of problems for the extraction and refining of metals, production and processing of ceramics, polymeric materials, and electronic materials. Course Title Description Credits; MTRL 340: Manufacturing in Materials Engineering: Manufacturing processes from a materials perspective; metal casting, heat treating processes, forming processes, machining and joining. Materials covered include alloys of: aluminum, copper, magnesium, nickel, titanium, zinc and refractory metals. Pipeline and pipeline system design reflecting environmental, community, social, professional, economic and business considerations; public awareness and communications; stakeholder interactions; decision making; design project. Materials for Energy is a two-part course based on material functionality; however, they are independent and neither is a prerequisite for the other. The application of thermodynamics to metallurgical processes: thermochemistry of gas mixtures, solution thermochemistry, inter-action parameters, chemical potential and free energy diagrams applied to metallurgical processes and thermodynamic modelling. Polycrystalline and single crystal deformation; dislocation theory; strengthening mechanisms; fracture mechanics; fatigue; high temperature deformation mechanisms. Course Outcomes. These methods can be used to engineer materials with predefined properties and to design dynamical systems for a variety of engineering applications (e.g., vibration mitigation, impact absorption and sound insulation). Beam deflections, singularity functions; use of tabulated solutions; column buckling; Castigliano’s theorem, statically indeterminate beams, bending of beams with asymmetric cross-sections, shear centre; principal stresses and stress invariants in three dimensions. Copyright Complaints | You will be taught by academic staff at the forefront of research in materials science and engineering, learning through both advanced course units and project work. Conduction, forced and natural convection, and radiation. Fluid Mechanics; laminar and turbulent flow; boundary layers; flow in conduits and fluidized beds; flow measurements. Biomaterials. Clinical and industrial biomedical engineering. Maintained by the Engineering Computer Network, Contact Office of Marketing and Media for accessibility issues with this page | Principles of clinical practice, Canadian healthcare system, medical approach to diagnosis, ethics and regulations for clinical trials, medical technology management, medical device development and standards, biostatistics. Impact experiments. Both biological and materials science concepts will be introduced. Design of industrial bioreactor systems: organism selection; kinetics of microbial processes and enzyme reactions; design and modeling of single and multi-stage bioreactors. Partial and directional derivatives; maxima and minima; Lagrange multipliers and second derivative test; multiple integrals and applications. Design projects to illustrate the full spectrum of design encountered in Metals and Materials Engineering including the design of components, structures and processes used to manufacture materials. Materials engineers typically specialize in metals, plastics or ceramics. Thermodynamic and electrochemical principles applied to metallurgical processes; phase rule, heat of reaction, free energy, activity, thermodynamic equilibrium; thermodynamics of aqueous solutions. Muscle mechanics. Processing methods for a wide range of materials, ... with a focus on novel materials. Management topics are presented from the perspective of technology-based industrial practice; project management, marketing and marketing planning, product development and commercialization, introduction to quality management, teamwork and effective individual participation. Mathematical and physical modelling of processes employed in the production of materials. MSE 182—Introduction to Materials Science & Engineering Catalog Data: Provides an overview of Materials Science and Engineering as a basis for understanding how If you choose not to take all 7 courses from the recommended list in the stream you selected, you can take courses from the list below for a maximum of (9 credits). The course is delivered through a combination of lectures and tutorials. Reporting of technical material. This integration is the core foundation of MSE and is critical to each … Introduction to nanomaterials in the form of fibres and composites, including processing, structure, characterization methods, properties, and modeling. Written communication in engineering. These 9 credits could be from the remaining recommended courses for your stream or any 9 credits from the list in the section “Eligible technical electives”. It is the introductory lecture class for sophomore students in Materials Science and Engineering, taken with 3.014 and 3.016 to create a unified introduction to the subject. Three lectures; second term Laboratory exercises on aqueous extraction of metals from ores and concentrates. Section 71.60. Please consult the Faculty of Science Credit Exclusion List: www.students.ubc.ca/calendar/index.cfm?tree=12,215,410,414. Tissue mechanics of tendon, ligament, articular cartilage, and bone. Introduction to injury biomechanics. Role of manufacturing in microstructure and material properties development and on component performance. Multi-body dynamic simulation and finite element analysis. MSE Courses The undergraduate course structure allows students to integrate classroom knowledge with laboratory and project work in material design, synthesis, processing, and characterization. IGEN impacts of air pollutants on health, visibility, smog formation, ozone depletion and global warming; air quality and emission standards; atmospheric dispersion of air pollutants; prevention and control technologies for particulates, SOx, NOx, VOCs, and CO2. Teams comprising students in APSC 486 and COMM 486 create a business plan and a prototype or engineering solution of a novel product, process, or process component. Fundamental aspects of environmental degradation of metals (corrosion), ceramics, adn polymers, with an empasis on aqueous environments. Aqueous extraction of metals from ores and concentrates. The available graduate courses are listed below. Process flow sheets for ferrous and non-ferrous metal extraction; mass and energy conservation; roasting and smelting; refractory properties. You will take at least 4 of the recommended courses for the stream you have chosen. The relevance of such studies to common mining, geological and civil engineering problems. This course provides students with the fundamental processes and skills required to initiate, manage and deliver engineering projects, including project lifecycle and stakeholders, preparing the bid package, construction contracts, legal structure of companies, value engineering, constructability, lean construction, budgeting and controlling costs, and project management software. Enrol in courses and check current form, and status, of delivery via ACORN/ROSI. Development of aircraft wing structure, moments of inertia for complex shapes, crippling loads, shear lag. Application of materials science and engineering principles to extraction, refining, processing, phase transformations, heat treatment, properties and applications of non-ferrous alloys. Structure and properties of ferrous and non-ferrous metals; heat treatment; hardenability; metallography; age hardening. Engineering and Computer Science; Fine Arts; John Molson School of Business; School of Graduate Studies; All Schools, Colleges & Departments; ... Engineering Course Descriptions Facebook; Twitter; LinkedIn; Engineering Course Descriptions. E MCH 213 - Strength of Materials Course Description. Legislation affecting the practice of engineering; ethical principles and responsibilities. Principles and operation of biomedical equipment for cardiovascular system, respiratory system, renal dialysis, endoscopy, surgery, and imaging. Course descriptions are to be found in the ... Major group design project which integrates concepts from all major areas of mechanical engineering. Diffusion and mass transfer with chemical reaction; gas-liquid, gas-solid and liquid-liquid systems; analysis of mass transfer processes in metallurgical operations; mixing in continuous and batch processes. ... Department of Materials Science and Engineering McCormick School of Engineering, Northwestern University. Analytical foundation for maintenance of industrial plant equipment and mobile equipment in various production environments; maintenance planning and management, life cycle analysis, reliability theory, total quality maintenance, condition monitoring. Department of Materials Science & Engineering (MSE) Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering (MIE) ... Undergraduate Course Descriptions + Timetable. Note: Core, GER Core and major Prescribed Elective (PE) courses are listed together under the respective programme in the class schedule. Failure theories and case studies of engineering failures. Purdue University's Materials Engineering's academic programs have been developed around all major classes of artificial materials, ceramics, metals, glasses, polymers, and semiconductors. Anthropomorphic test devices, seat belts, airbags, child restraints, and helmets. Fundamentals of engineering ceramics focusing on raw materials, forming, sintering and properties, characterization, and design with ceramics. Restricted to engineering undergraduate students in the final year of their program. Heat transfer analysis. Email webmaster-mse@ecn.purdue.edu to report a problem, Structure and Properties of Materials Engineering, Materials Structure and Properties Laboratories, Physical Properties in Engineering Systems, Electrical, Optical and Magnetic Properties of Materials, Structure and Properties of Organic Materials, Modeling and Simulation of Materials Processing, Microstructural Characterization Techniques, Structure-Property Relationships of Engineering Polymers, Deposition Processing of Thin Films and Coatings, Deformation Mechanisms in Crystalline Solids, Phase Equilibria in Multicomponent Systems, Introduction to Scanning Electron Microscopy, AAE 590F - Characterization of Advanced Composite Materials, Materials and Devices for Solid-State Energy Conversion, Introduction to Computational Materials Science, Materials Issues in Microelectronics and Nanoelectronics, ECE695T - Principles and Methods of Nanofabrication, An equal access/equal opportunity university, Maintained by the Engineering Computer Network, Email webmaster-mse@ecn.purdue.edu to report a problem. Integrity Statement | You will foster subject-specific and transferable skills, including experience of materials processing and characterisation methods, oral and written communication, group work and IT skills. Virtual work and weighted residual formulation. The course will introduce concepts in advanced numerical modelling and commercial software tools focusing on thermal, fluid flow and continuum mechanics analyses in materials manufacturing. This course introduces the concepts, techniques, and devices used to measure engineering properties of materials. Credit cannot be obtained for both MECH 436 and MECH 536. Development of computer programs for simple problems. Written and oral communication in engineering. Monitoring and Optimization of Materials Processing. Descriptions. Principles of test methods; inspection techniques and equipment; quantitative flaw evaluation; reliability analysis. If you opt for the Molecular & Materials Engineering specialisation, you will take six chemistry-related required courses (32.5 credits) and a number of elective courses (22.5 credits) and go on with an Internship & Job Orientation Project (20 credits) at a company in the Netherlands or abroad. This course covers the principles and methodologies of tissue engineering with polymeric biomaterials. Restricted to students in EECE and MECH Biomedical Engineering options. Application to mechanical engineering problems. Review of linear systems; nonlinear equations and applications; phase plane analysis; Laplace transforms; numerical methods. Pipeline materials and material selection; fracture mechanics; manufacturing and processing; welding and corrosion; soil-pipe interactions; surveying and site investigations; slope stability; natural hazards; pipeline loads and response. Functional relationships of biomedical equipment to physiology and anatomy of major body systems. Skull, face, brain, spine, eye, pelvis, abdomen, and extremity injury. Understanding the properties and the mechanical behaviour of composite materials with emphasis on analysis, design, and manufacturing. The undergraduate and graduate programs integrate our faculty strengths across the field's four cornerstones: structure, properties, processing, and performance. Prerequisite: MATSCIE 480. Case studies addressing temperature modelling in welding and joining, material selection for welds and joints, calculation of properties for welds and joints, mechanical analysis of joints, and design of welding and joining procedures. Restricted to students in EECE and MECH Biomedical Engineering options. The course will cover aspects of fabrication, ... description of dielectric, magnetic and optoelectronic properties. The application of models to analyse, design and improve materials production. Environmental topics of importance to engineers practicing within the mining, metallurgical and related industries including technical practices, regulatory and public issues. The course should highlight the significance of materials science and engineering in modern society, and contextualise the selection of engineering materials on the basis of their characteristics and end use applications. Statically determinate frames and trusses; normal and shear stresses and strains; shear force and bending moment diagrams; theory of beam bending, torsion of circular rods; transformation of stress and strain in two and three dimensions, Mohr’s circle; yield and ultimate failure criteria. Report preparation, business correspondence, and oral presentation of technical material. 3: MTRL 350 new automobiles, aircraft or gas turbines. 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