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The course identifies and integrates engineering skills, tools, and processes required for successful automotive vehicle project planning and completion consistent with lean product development principles. advised Prerequisite: MECHENG 540, (AEROSP 540) or MECHENG 543, or equivalent. Treatment of stress and strength aspects of machine design. The mathematical tools required to describe spatial motion of a rigid body will be presented in full. Topics include mechanics of the cytoskeleton, biological motor molecules, cell motility, muscle, tissue and bio-fluid mechanics, blood rheology, bio-viscoelasticity, biological ceramics, animal mechanics and locomotion, biomimetics and effects of scaling. The course is to establish a working familiarity with the key engineering elements in the design and control of electro-mechanical systems in general and automotive systems in particular. Prerequisite: MECHENG 511. Graduate standing or special permission. Linear free and forced responses of one and two degree of freedom systems and simple continuous systems. (YR). Micro-scale and multi-scale mechanical modeling will also be introduced. CourseProfile (ATLAS), © 2021 (3 credits)  Laser Materials Processing Dynamics of rotating systems. An asterisk denotes that a course may be taken concurrently. for odd-year courses, or 2008, 2010, etc. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Unified treatment of thermal energy storage, transport and conversion, by principal carriers: phonon, electron, fluid particle and photon. Review of matrices, strain and stress tensors. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 240. Prerequisite: MECHENG 520. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 559 (MFG 559). Introduction to Solid Mechanics (3 credits) Emphasis on structure function relationships. Application of methods to one- and two-dimensional flow and heat transfer problems. Global Manufacturing Methods of Differential Equations in Mechanics Two-dimensional supersonic flow including linearization, method of characteristics, and oblique shocks. (4 credits) Prerequisite: MECHENG 235. Using a decision-making framework, emphasis is placed on quantitative methods. Linear quadratic optimal control and state estimation. (3 credits) Averaged and spectral properties. The course introduces students to the fundamentals of computational fluid dynamics and heat transfer. (3 credits) In total, there are 45 credits of required ME Core courses and together these subjects represent the fundamental technical competencies every mechanical engineering student must learn. Analytical, numerical, graphical, and analog methods of solution for steady and fluctuating boundary conditions. Techniques for dynamic analysis; dynamic behavior of lumped- and distributed-parameter systems, nonlinear systems and time-varying systems; measurement of response; plant dynamics. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 483. (YR). (YR). CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 558 (MFG 558). Battery Systems and Control Principles of transport processes and automatic control. Computational Modeling of Biological Tissues CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 623. Spectral methods for free and forced vibrations. (to be arranged) Linear free and forced responses of one and two degree of freedom systems and simple continuous systems. The finite volume formulation of the equations. Reconfigurable machines. Review of hydrogen storage and safety consideration. (3-4 credits) CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 507. Mechatronic Systems Design Individual or group study or design in an area of Mechanical Engineering under the supervision of a member of the graduate faculty. A treatment of the response, ride, and maneuvering of motor vehicles. Rheology and Fracture The damped and undamped response to deterministic excitations will be considered for various systems. (YR). Instruction Mode: In-Person – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Hertzian elastic contact; elastic-plastic behavior under repeated loading; shakedown. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 524. Accounting (ACC) African & African- Amer Studies (AAAS) Anthropology (ANTH) Arab American Studies (AAST) Art History (ARTH) Automotive Engineering (AENG) Automotive Systems & Mobility (ASM) Automotive Systems Engineering (ASE) Bioengineering (BENG) Biological Science (BIOL) Business Administration (BA) Business Economics (BE) Solution methods for model equations and the Euler and the Navier-Stokes equations. Instruction Mode: Online – Asynchronous This course focuses on the dynamics and control of road vehicles. Undamped system response. Insertion of new materials into power supplies has changed the landscape of options. Instruction Mode: Online – Asynchronous Assembly on product and process. Radiation and scattering from non-simple geometries. Classification of partial differential equations and formulation of well-posed problems. (3 credits) All locations should include the same information. Biological tissues have multiple scales and can adapt to their physical environment. (YR). (2-3 credits) Advanced Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering Maxwell’s relations. Hands-on labs and industrial case studies are used to re-enforce the course material. (4 credits) Transport Phenomena in Materials Processing Prerequisite: graduate standing. Prerequisite: MECHENG 350. (3 credits) Statistical Thermodynamics Applications to boundary value problems. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Developing mathematical models of dynamic systems, including mechanical, electrical, electromechanical and fluid/thermal systems and representing these models in transfer function and state space form. Top 10. engineering and business school on the same campus. Surface durability in rolling. (3 credits) Convection Heat Transfer The course consists of classroom lectures and experimental laboratory sessions. Fundamentals of discrete optimization for engineering design problems. Advanced Combustion Graduate students electing the course, while working under the general supervision of a member of the department faculty, are expected to plan and carry out the work themselves and submit a thesis for review and approval, and also present an oral defense of the thesis. Introduction of the correlation between various types of microstructural defects and materials’ macroscopic phenomena, such as diffusion, deformation, radiation response, phase transformation, etc. (YR). Axisymmetric torsion. Non-traditional machining. (3 credits) Tolerance. Machining process simulation. Fractional factorial experiments. Research areas include automotive, biomechanics and biosystems, controls, design, dynamics and vibrations, energy, fluids, manufacturing, mechanics and materials, mechatronics, robotics, micro/nano engineering, multi-scale computation and computational mechanics, and thermal sciences. The Michigan Engineering bulletin provides a comprehensive list of courses offered at the College of Engineering. Graduate standing or special permission. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 571 (ESENG 505). (4 credits) (3 credits) Prerequisites: MECHENG 481 and MECHENG 401 or equivalent. Prerequisite: Math 116 or equivalent (Math 119 or Math 121 or Math 156 or Math 176 or Math 186 or Math 296) and (ENGR 101 or ENGR 151 or EECS 183 ). Modeling, Analysis, and Control of Hybrid Electric Vehicles Prerequisite: Physics 140 &141, and preceded or accompanied by (Math 216 or Math 156.) (YR). CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 451 (MFG 453). (YR). Natural modes of vibration for continuous systems will be discussed using the boundary value formulation, the general formulation of the eigenvalue problem and orthogonality. The course covers life cycle assessment, carbon/water/energy footprints, economic assessments, mass/energy balances, air/water pollutants, modeling of environmental pollutant concentrations, engineering economics, social considerations, pollution prevention, resource conservation, human and eco-toxicity, life cycle costing, and energy systems. (3 credits) Material and Energy Balances CHE 330. Model based methods for estimation and control, stability of nonlinear systems, adaptation laws and design and application of adaptive control systems. ME 571     Conduction Heat Transfer     3 Credit Hours. Theory and application of common statistical distributions to the analysis of both life and strength data for components. ME 610     Finite Elem Methods--Nonlinear     3 Credit Hours. Generalized eigenvalue problem. Ideal gas mixtures and moist air applications. Instruction Mode: In-Person – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous The general theory of a continuous medium. Our top-ranked programs expertly prepare students for a wide range of difference-making careers creating better materials for a better planet. the course covers life cycle assessment, carbon/water/energy footprints, economic assessments, mass/energy balances, air/water pollutants, modeling of environmental pollutant concentrations, engineering economics, social considerations, pollution prevention, resource conservation, human and eco-toxicity, life cycle costing, and energy systems. The roles of rheology and flow modeling are discussed. Student(s) work under the direction of Mechanical Engineering faculty. Global Product Development (3 credits) Courses and course descriptions are listed under each degree program. (1-8 credits); (1-4 credits) Introduction to control of systems with undetermined or time varying parameters. The potential countermeasures for typical noise/vibration sources will be presented. Prerequisite: MECHENG 311. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 552 (MFG 552). Restriction(s): Cannot enroll if Level is Can enroll if Major is Mechanical Engineering-NCFD, , Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering, ME 532     Combustion Processes     3 Credit Hours. (3 credits) Graduate standing or special permission. Truncation errors, stability, conservation and monotonicity. Introduction to Dynamics and Vibrations Large amplitude mechanical vibrations; phase-plane analysis and stability; global stability, theorems of Liapunov and Chetayev; asymptotic and perturbation methods of Lindstedt-Poincare, multiple scales, Krylov-Bogoliubov-Mitropolsky; external excitation, primary and secondary resonances; parametric excitation, Mathieu/Hill equations, Floquet theory; multi-degree of freedom systems and modal interaction. (YR). (4 credits) Ignition, flammability, and flame quenching. Prerequisite: MECHENG 520. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 516. Review of quantum mechanics: problems, solutions, strategies and QM representations for describing optical interactions with atoms. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 440. Students work in team design projects from concept generation to prototyping and design verification. 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Minimum grade of “C” required for enforced prerequisites. Dynamics of thermal instrumentation and heat exchangers. (F,W,S), Restriction(s): Can enroll if Level is or DoctorateCan enroll if College is Engineering and Computer ScienceCan enroll if Major is Mechanical Engineering, ME 798     Doctoral Seminar     0 Credit Hours, After attaining candidacy, every Ph.D. students is required to attend and actively participate in research seminars given by CECS Dean's office or individual departments in CECS. (Students should work on project approximately 10 hours/week for 3 credits. Prerequisite: graduate standing; permission of the instructor who will guide the work; mandatory satisfactory/unsatisfactory. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous There is an attempt to provide equal representation of the science and the phenomena of engineering materials. Integration of economic indicators with life cycle environmental and social metrics for evaluating technology systems. Process costs and limits; influence of processes on the final mechanical properties of the product. Instruction Mode: Online – Asynchronous Selected topics pertinent to mechanical engineering. Prerequisite: Math 216 or Physics 240. (3 credits) The topics covered include: engine emissions and air pollution; review of emission regulations; catalyst fundamentals; catalyst aftertreatment techniques for gasoline, diesel, and lead-burn engines; discussion of cold start emission control and breakthrough catalytic technologies. Applications to separated, turbulent and two-phase flows, flow control and flows involving heat transfer. A simple phenomenological electrical circuit model and a detailed physics-based model that can capture diffusion dynamics will be covered. ME Course Information. The defense of the dissertation, that is, the final oral examination, must be held under a full-term candidacy enrollment. Coverage The goal of machine learning is to develop computer algorithms that can learn from data or past experience to predict well on the new unseen data. Typical power producing cycles and refrigerators. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Fluid statics; conservation of mass, momentum and energy in fixed and moving control volumes; steady and unsteady Bernoulli’s equation; differential analysis of fluid flow; dimensional analysis and similitude; laminar and turbulent flow; boundary layers; lift and drag; applications to mechanical, biological, environmental, and micro-fluidic systems. Metal-Forming Plasticity Principles of dynamics applied to various rigid-body and multi-body dynamics problems that arise in aerospace and mechanical engineering. Viscously damped systems. (4 credits) Advanced Internal Combustion Engines Rotational flow; Stability, Kelvin-Helmholtz and Rayleigh-Taylor instabilities. (YR). Class schedules and … Heat Transfer A comprehensive treatment of the theory of the mechanics of deformable media. Our program provides students with: Excellent career prospects. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 648. Review of basic equations of fluid mechanics and thermodynamics in control volume form. Plastic response to impact loads. The course can be organized to meet the subject needs of a group of students with mutual interests. Introduction to combustion processes, equilibrium and reaction kinetics. Prerequisite: MECHENG 563 or IOE 565 or MFG. Conduction of heat and electricity across interfaces. (3 credits) Assembly representation. Random Vibrations Minimum grade of “C” required for enforced prerequisites. The students will gain knowledge of the following: fundamentals of powder and particulate materials (metals and ceramics), various metallic and non-metallic powder synthesis/production techniques, diverse techniques of powder characterization, and the principles and methods of homogenization, compaction, and sintering. Fuel flow and air flow measurements and techniques; engine maps; fuel and ignition control and control strategies; combustion and burn rate considerations in engine design; intake and exhaust systems; emissions and control strategies; emission test procedures. Prerequisite: MECHENG 211, Math 216. Kinematics of motion generalized coordinates and speeds, analytical and computational determination of inertia properties, generalized forces, Gibb’s function, Routhian, Kanes’s equations, Hamilton’s principle, Lagrange’s equations holonomic and nonholonomic constraints, constraint processing, computational simulation. (3 credits) Case studies. (3H,3C) II,IV. (MFG 454) or MECHENG 501. Engineering Acoustics Major emphasis is placed on the analytical and experimental determination of stresses in relationship to the fatigue strength properties of machine and structural components. A project-based course in which each (global) student team comprising students from three universities will be responsible for development of a product for the global market. Analytical Product Design Axisymmetric contact and crack problem. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 520. Specific topics include automotive structures, suspension steering, brakes and driveline. Project work. Master’s Thesis Research Automatic Control Prerequisite: EECS 314 or equivalent. (3 credits) (MacroSE 517) Mechanics of Polymers I CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 548. Enclosure radiation including spatial, specular, and spectral distributions. Plane stress, plane strain and axial symmetry. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 517. Prerequisite: MECHENG 519. ME 582     Injection Molding     3 Credit Hours. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 562. (YR). Finite Element Methods in Mechanical Engineering 283, or equivalent) are recommended as desirable preparation. Dynamic Behavior of Thermal-Fluid Processes Course Lists. Hydrodynamic Stability Effects of hardening and friction, temperature, strain rate and anisotropy. The topics include: principles of energy conservation, heat transfer, and fluid mechanics; vehicle thermal management system and components; electrification of vehicle thermal management system; EDV thermal management; battery thermal management in EDVs; and waste energy recovery. Student(s) work under the direction of mechanical engineering faculty. Introduction of the concepts and terminology, the state of the art development, energy conversion and storage options, modeling, analysis, system integration and basic principles of vehicle controls. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 250. Advanced treatment of dynamic structural theories. Prerequisite: MECHENG 382. Single and multi-DOF stability analysis techniques, stability margins and stability charts. Covers current and future demands for energy; methods of power generation including fossil fuel, solar, wind and nuclear; associated detrimental by-products; and advanced strategies to improve power densities, efficiencies and emissions. Adaptive Control Systems CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 663. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 320. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Energy methods; buckling of columns, including approximate methods; bending of beams of asymmetrical cross-section; shear center and torsion of thin-walled sections; membrane stresses in axisymmetric shells; elastic-plastic bending and torsion; axisymmetric bending of circular plates. Composite materials, including naturally occurring substances such as wood and bone, and engineered materials from concrete to carbon-fiber reinforced epoxies. EECS course descriptions in the bulletin > LSA course guide. Advanced instruction on direct digital manufacturing tools will be given, and customer response will be used as feedback. Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Feedback control design and analysis for linear dynamic systems with emphasis on mechanical engineering applications; transient and frequency response; stability; system performance; control modes; state space techniques; digital control systems. Link between processing and as-manufactured properties through coupled fluid and structural analyses. Overview and applications of FE theory in linear static and dynamic systems. The course is primarily concerned with the determination of the rate of heat transfer due to the transport of energy to or from surfaces by both molecular conduction processes and gross fluid movement inside channels and over external surfaces. Controllers are designed for driver assistance and vehicle automation. Topics include: Structure of matter and interatomic potentials; High-performance computing; Electronic structure methods; Molecular dynamics; Monte Carlo; Transition state theory; Accelerated dynamics and multi-scale modeling. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 645. Multiphase Flow A graduate-level analytical study of selected topics in mechanical engineering. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Stresses and deformations in layered materials and laminated composites; cohesive-zone models of fracture; energy-release rates and delamination; fracture mechanics of layered materials; physics of adhesion; spalling; interfacial fracture mechanics; mixed-mode fracture; buckling-driven delamination; cracking of thin films and coating; adhesion and fracture tests; measurement of cohesive fracture parameters. (3 credits) Prerequisite: MECHENG 520. ME 675     Predictive Control of Dynamic Systems     3 Credit Hours. All the approximate methods presented will allow expedient numerical solution by means of high-speed computers. Reconfigurable manufacturing, Rapid prototyping, Direct Metal Deposition (DMD) and semiconductor manufacturing. Prerequisite: MECHENG 320 or equivalent background in fluid mechanics and heat transfer. Modeling, Analysis and Control of Dynamic Systems Prerequisite: MECHENG 235. Traditional manufacturing systems. CHE 230. Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Vector description of force, position, velocity and acceleration in fixed and moving reference frames. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 539 (APPLIED PHYSICS 639). FEA in fluid mechanics. ; and (2) understanding of the mechanisms of property controls in new materials. (YR). Four lecture classes per week. The course emphasizes the exact methods used in the solution of the partial differential equations that arise in advanced engineering problems. Front-End Design  Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous Selected advanced topics in the mechanics of polymeric solids and fluids, including nonlinear elasticity, nonlinear viscoelastic solids, viscoplasticity in amorphous and crystalline polymer solids, constitutive models and associated flow properties for polymer fluids, temperature dependence and solidification, applications. Applications to computational fluid mechanics. An advanced treatment of analytical mechanics for particles, systems of particles and rigid body motions with special emphasis on three-dimensional motion. Prerequisite: MECHENG 335. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 412. Prerequisite: MECHENG 382. Program development and modification are expected as well as learning the use of existing codes. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 563. Emphasis on use of digital computer in reliability simulation and analysis. Building mathematical models and accounting for interdisciplinary interactions. Prerequisite: MECHENG 350. Automotive Body Structures First law, second law system and control volume analyses; properties and behavior of pure substances; application to thermodynamic systems operating in a steady state and transient processes. Minimum grade of “C” required for enforced prerequisites. 19%. This is an in-depth course on injection molding processes, which include the conventional injection molding process, low pressure injection molding, structural sandwich molding, gas assisted injection molding etc. Advisory Prerequisite: MECHENG 440 or 540. Conduction heat transfer in steady and transient state, including heat sources. Instruction Mode: Hybrid – Synchronous, Online – Synchronous Design of artifacts is addressed from a multidisciplinary perspective that includes engineering, art, psychology, marketing and economics. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 557. (AY). Mass production and lean production. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 335. Eigenvalue and boundary value problems. (AY). Computer Aided Design Methods Fixturing. The Regents of the University of Michigan, Michigan Engineering | College Administration, 1221 Beal Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2102, Safety Information | Privacy Policy | May not be taken concurrently with MECHENG 455 or MECHENG 495. Practical application of solid/structural mechanics is considered to design automotive bodies for global bending, torsion, vibration, crashworthiness, topology, material selection, packaging and manufacturing constraints. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 565. Laboratory investigation in an area of Mechanical Engineering under the supervision of a member of the graduate faculty. Mechanical Behavior of Materials Transient solutions; modal analysis. A semester team-based design project is required. CHE Courses. Materials Science and Engineering Courses; Mechanical Engineering Courses; Military Officer Education Program; Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Courses; Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences Courses; Robotics Courses; Technical Communications Courses; UARTS Courses; Academic Rules. Emphasis is placed on report writing and team-building skills. Prerequisite: MECHENG 454. Means of improving strength, fracture toughness and other mechanical properties are discussed. Differential optimization theory and selected numerical algorithms for continuous nonlinear models. Study or Research in Selected Mechanical Engineering Topics Computational Fluid Dynamics I Manufacturing System Design One-dimensional, two-dimensional and three dimensional elements is studied, including structural elements. Individual or group project work where student(s) must apply mechanical engineering principles to research, innovation, service or entrepreneurship projects. Describes the core methods used to simulate matter at the atomic scale. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 235. Nano/Micro Structure Evolution ME 452 COURSE PROFILE DEGREE PROGRAM: Mechanical Engineering. Several case studies on global product development will be presented and follow-up lectures will focus on the issues highlighted. Prerequisite: MECHENG 461 or equivalent. Welding The Master of Engineering in Manufacturing requires 30 credit-hours of course work: At least 24 credit-hours must be taken in letter graded (A-E) courses. Dissertation/Candidate Tolerance analysis. The following abbreviations are used to denote the frequency of offering: (F) fall term; (W) winter term; (S) summer term; (F, W) fall and winter terms; (YR) once a year; (AY) alternating years; (OC) offered occasionally. Unified approach to the atomic-scale origins of plastic, viscous, viscoelastic, elastic, and anelastic behavior. Theories based on crystal slip; variational theorems; range of validity of total deformation theories. Graduate standing or special permission. Microelectromechanical Systems (3 credits) Prerequisite: MECHENG 235. (to be arranged) Fourier and Laplace transform, modal and state-vector solution techniques. Methodology for materials selection and optimization, including performance indices, multiple constraints and multiple objectives. The application of these properties in the design of critical parts in the aircraft, automotive, chemical, mining, and railroad industries is presented by case histories and examination of castings. Sound in ducts and enclosures. (3 credits) Prerequisite: MECHENG 211. Quantum, molecular dynamics and Boltzmann transport treatments are used, along with applications (e.g., thermoelectrics, photovoltaics, laser cooling, phonon recycling, size effects). Robust design. Mechanical Engineering (ME) Microbiology (MICR) Military Science (MILS) Modern & Classical Language (MCL) Music Theory (MTHY) N. Natural Science (NSCI) O. Fundamentals of acoustical waves, sound propagation and intensity, instruments for vibration and noise, HVAC system noise, automobile and aircraft noise, noise control techniques. Elements of quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics and kinetic theory, as applied to engineering thermodynamics. Design and Manufacturing III (3 credits) Engineering applications: axial loads, torsion of circular rods and tubes, bending and shear stresses in beams, deflection of beams, combined stresses, stress and strain transformation. Graduate standing or special permission. Machining dynamics. jfr@umich.edu; Automotive Engineering at Michigan Statistics #4. (YR). Moment of inertia properties. (3 credits) Clapeyron relation, equation of state, thermodynamics of chemical reactions, availability. CourseProfile (ATLAS), MECHENG 420. 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