  01  M  9:00A11:20A  Urbauer / 113  Tapella  No final  0  6  0  Desc:  Waitlist to register for this section. First year students will be given priority.
Assignments require students to use machines on campus to make parts. This course will follow all University and CDC guidelines to keep students safe amid COVID19. Students who are not comfortable participating in person due to COVID19 should consider registering in a subsequent semester. 
   
 02  W  9:00A11:20A  Urbauer / 113  Tapella  No final  0  10  0  Desc:  Waitlist to register for this section. First year students will be given priority.
Assignments require students to use machines on campus to make parts. This course will follow all University and CDC guidelines to keep students safe amid COVID19. Students who are not comfortable participating in person due to COVID19 should consider registering in a subsequent semester. 
   
 03  R  9:00A11:20A  Urbauer / 113  Tapella  No final  0  11  0  Desc:  Waitlist to register for this section. Assignments require students to use machines on campus to make parts. This course will follow all University and CDC guidelines to keep students safe amid COVID19. Students who are not comfortable participating in person due to COVID19 should consider registering in a subsequent semester. 
   
 04  F  9:00A11:20A  Urbauer / 113  Tapella  No final  0  11  0  Desc:  Waitlist to register for this section. First year students will be given priority.
Assignments require students to use machines on campus to make parts. This course will follow all University and CDC guidelines to keep students safe amid COVID19. Students who are not comfortable participating in person due to COVID19 should consider registering in a subsequent semester. 
   
 05  M  1:00P3:20P  Urbauer / 113  Tapella  No final  0  11  0  Desc:  This section will give priority to mechanical engineering seniors. Join the waitlist to register.
Assignments require students to use machines on campus to make parts. This course will follow all University and CDC guidelines to keep students safe amid COVID19. Students who are not comfortable participating in person due to COVID19 should consider registering in a subsequent semester. 
   
 06  R  1:00P3:20P  Urbauer / 113  Tapella  No final  0  10  0  Desc:  This section will give priority to mechanical engineering seniors. Join the waitlist to register.
Assignments require students to use machines on campus to make parts. This course will follow all University and CDC guidelines to keep students safe amid COVID19. Students who are not comfortable participating in person due to COVID19 should consider registering in a subsequent semester. 
   

  01  TR  10:00A11:20A  Jubel / 138  Krampf  No final  0  11  0  Desc:  Wait list to register for this section. First year mechanical engineering majors will be given priority. 
   
 02  TR  1:00P2:20P  Jubel / 138  Krampf  No final  0  12  0  Desc:  Wait list to register for this section. First year mechanical engineering majors will be given priority. 
   
 03  TR  2:30P3:50P  Jubel / 138  Krampf  No final  0  11  0  Desc:  Wait list to register for this section. First year mechanical engineering majors will be given priority. 
   

 Description:  AutoCAD is the most used twodimensional drawing software for Architectural and Engineering production drawings. Introduction to AutoCAD, title blocks, drawing setup, absolute and relative coordinates, drawing entities, layouts, drafting geometry, dimensioning, plotting drawings to scale, sectional and other special views, isometric pictorial views. Classwork involves typical drawings from industry. 

 Description:  An introduction to computer aided engineering design in the context of mechanical and structural engineering. Students learn the fundamentals of spatial reasoning and graphical representation. Freehand sketching skills, including pictorial and orthographic views, are applied to the design process. Computer modeling techniques provide accuracy, analysis, and visualization tools necessary for the design of structures, devices and machines. Topics include: detailing design for production, fasteners, dimensioning, tolerancing, creation of part and assembly drawings, computer aided design, analysis and optimization of parts and assemblies; solid modeling of complex surfaces, assembly modeling, assembly constraints, and interference checking. 

  01  TR  8:30A9:50A  Whitaker / 130  Woodhams  No final  36  28  0  Desc:  Priority will be given to first year students in section 1; however, any student can be placed on the waitlist for this section. 
   
 02  MW  1:00P2:20P  Whitaker / 130  Woodhams  No final  36  34  0  Desc:  Priority will be given to dual degree students in section 2; however, any student can be placed on the waitlist for this section. 
   
 03  MW  2:30P3:50P  Whitaker / 130  Woodhams  No final  36  34  0  Desc:  Priority will be given to first year and dual degree students in section 3; however, any student can be placed on the waitlist for this section. 
   

 Description:  Principles of statics, solid mechanics, force systems and equilibrium. Equivalent systems of forces and distributed forces. Applications to trusses, frames, machines, beams, and cables. Mechanics of deformable solids and indeterminate problems. Stress, strain, deflection, yield and failure in beams, columns, and torsion members. Two evening exams at which attendance is required will be held on Monday, 10/5/20 and Monday, 11/2 from 79 p.m. Prerequisites: Physics 191 Corequisites: Math 217 

