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  01  TR  10:00A11:20A  Jubel / 138  Krampf  No Final  0  0  0  Desc:  Please wait list for this course. Priority will be given to freshmen students. 
   
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 Description:  This course provides students with computational tools for solving mechanical, structural, and aerospace engineering problems. An introduction to MATLAB will be presented, including: data input/output, program flow control, functions and graphics. Topics covered include: matrices, determinants, rank, vector spaces, solutions of linear systems, interpolation and curve fitting, numeric differentiation and integration, eigenvalue and initialvalue problems, nonlinear equations and optimization. Each topic will be treated in the context of a typical engineering application. Prerequisite: Math 217 

  01  TR  2:30P3:50P  TBA  Woodhams  May 13 2021 3:30PM  5:30PM  100  0  0    

 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. 

