University of Iowa
ME:6217 Adv Modeling and Simulation for Manuf, Fall 2015
Materials often behave in a complicated manner involving deeply coupled effects among stress/stain, temperature, and microstructure during a manufacturing process. This course is concerned with modeling and prediction of material processes based on a metallo-thermomechanical coupled analysis; focus on heat transfer modeling in material processes, fundamental mechanics aspects required for material processing analysis, and microstructural evolution modeling in material processes.
ENGR:2760 Design for Manufacturing, Spring 2015, Fall 2015
Fundamentals of design, engineering graphics, and manufacturing processing; computer graphics using Creo for CAD and CAM; typical industrial processes, including casting, welding, machining, forming; laboratory exercises and projects.
ME:4116 Manufacturing Processes and Automation, Spring 2014, Spring 2015
Material processing, metal cutting theories, forming, micro/nano fabrication, programmable logic controller, computer numerical controllers, discrete control system, DC and AC servo motors, Command generation.
ME:4086 / ME:4186 Enhanced Design Experience, Fall 2013, Spring 2014
Students work in teams on industry-sponsored design and product development projects scheduled for production. Emphasis is on practical experience with the complete design process from conceptualization through prototyping, evaluation, testing, and production. Written and oral communication is stressed. 3 semester hours for both Fall and Spring semesters.
Course Website: http://www.engineering.uiowa.edu/~pede/
ME:4080 Experimental Engineering, Spring 2013, Fall 2013, Fall 2014
Principles of physical measurements; standards calibration, estimation of error; static and dynamic performance of measuring systems; laboratory experience, experiment planning, report writing. 4 semester hours.
Course Website: http://www.engineering.uiowa.edu/~expeng/
ME:4055 Mechanical Systems Design, Fall 2012
Design considerations for mechanical engineering systems; strength, deformation, durability of mechanical elements; safe-life, fail-safe, damage-tolerant design; standards, products liability, ethics in design. 4 semester hours.
ME365 Measurement Systems, Spring 2012
This course covers modeling and instrumentation of physical systems. The student should leave the course with a better appreciation of the behavior of dynamic systems and a good grasp of measurement fundamentals applicable to a wide range of engineering problems.
ME576 Computer Control of Manufacturing Processes, Spring 2011
Automation and control of manufacturing processes have been vigorously pursued in modern manufacturing to scope with the demand of increased productivity and quality. This trend toward computerization and integration leads to a demand for appropriately trained engineers. The purpose of this course is to introduce essential knowledge in the control of manufacturing systems and processes.
ME363 Principles and Practice of Manufacturing Processes, Fall 05,07,08
This course covers basics in the areas of metrology, machining, CNC, micro fabrication and rapid prototyping. The lab exercises provide the students with opportunities to gain hands on experiences and experimentation in these important areas.
EPICS: Engineering Projects In Community Service, Fall 05
EPICS is a unique program in which teams of undergraduates are designing, building, and deploying real systems to solve engineering-based problems for local community service and education organizations. EPICS was founded at Purdue University in Fall 1995.
MA266 Ordinary Differential Equations, Fall 2010
First order equations, second and n'th order linear equations, series solutions, solution by Laplace transform, systems of linear equations.
MA261 Multivariate Calculus, Fall 09
Planes, lines, and curves in three dimensions. Differential calculus of several variables; multiple integrals. Introduction to vector calculus.
MA162 Plane Analytic Geometry And Calculus II, Spring 2010
Vectors in two and three dimensions, techniques of integration, infinite series, conic sections, polar coordinates, surfaces in three dimensions.
ME250 Design and Manufacturing I, University of Michigan, Fall 04
Basics of mechanical design: visual thinking, engineering drawing, and machine anatomy. Basics of manufacturing: processes, materials, and thermofluid aspects. Use of computers in various phases of design and manufacturing. Exposure to CAD systems and basic machine shop techniques. Design/manufacturing project. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory.