

MCEG 1002
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
General course in the most important types of engineering drawings. A foundation course in lettering, geometrical exercises, orthographic projections, including auxiliary views, sections, pictorial representation. The computer is introduced as a drafting tool. Lecture and laboratory four hours.
MCEG 1012
INTRO TO ENGINEERING
Prerequisite: MATH 1113 or any higher level mathematics course. An introductory course to acquaint students with the technical and social aspects of engineering, the analytic approach to problem solving, measurements and calculations, including application of computer techniques. Lecture one hour, laboratory two hours.
MCEG 2013
STATICS
Prerequisites: MATH 2924. and PHYS 2114. Principles of statics, resultants, equilibrium, and analysis of force systems. Structure analysis, forces in space, friction, centroids, and moments of inertia. Lecture three hours.
MCEG 2023
ENGINEERING MATERIALS
Prerequisite: CHEM 2124. A study of the mechanical and physical properties, micro structure, and the various testings of engineering materials (metals, plastics, woods, and concrete) from the viewpoint of manufacture and construction. Lecture three hours.
MCEG 2033
DYNAMICS
Prerequisite: MCEG 2013 Corequisite or Prerequisite: MATH 3243 A continuation of MCEG 2013. Study of problems of unbalanced force systems. Kinematics and kinetics of rigid bodies. Work and energy, impulse and momentum.
MCEG 2203
COMPUTATIONAL METH/ENGR
Prerequisites: MCEG 1012 and MATH 2914 An introduction to common computational methods, tools, and procedures used in the solution of common engineering problems. A standard solution methodology is introduced along with instruction in units systems, spreadsheet and calculator computations and the use of engineering software. Lecture two hours.
MCEG 3003
ENGR MODELING/DESIGN
Crosslisted: ELEG 3003 Prerequisites: COMS 2803 or MCEG 2203 and MATH 3243 Reduction of engineering systems to mathematical models; methods of analysis using computers; interpretation of numerical results; optimization of design variables. Examples are drawn from various engineering disciplines.
MCEG 3013
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
Prerequisite: MCEG 2013 Fundamental stress and strain relationships, torsion, shear and bending moments, stresses and deflections in beams; introduction to statically indeterminate beams, columns, combined stresses, and safety factors.
MCEG 3023
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
Prerequisites: MCEG 2023 and 3013 Morphological aspects of manufacturing processes, testing of engineering metals, metal working processes, metal forming processes, machining, nondestructive inspection methods, statistical process control, control charts, and total quality management concepts.
MCEG 3313
THERMODYNAMICS I
Prerequisites: MATH 2924 and PHYS 2114 An introduction to thermodynamics, including thermodynamic properties of pure substances, heat and work, the first and second laws of thermodynamics, and entropy with applications to power and refrigeration cycles.
MCEG 3403
MACHINE DYNAMICS
Prerequisite: MCEG 2033 and MATH 3243 The study of the relative motion of machine components, force systems applied to these components, the motions resulting from these forces, and their effect on machine design criteria.
MCEG 3413
FUNDAMENT MECH DESIGN
Prerequisites: MCEG 2033 and 3013 Analysis of machines and components through application of basic fundamentals and principles.
MCEG 3442
MECHANICAL LABORATORY I
Prerequisites: MCEG 2023 and MCEG 3013 A study of the basic materials testing procedures and instrumentation. Emphasis will be placed on proper laboratory techniques including data collection, data reduction, and report preparation. Lecture one hour, laboratory three hours.
MCEG 3503
BASIC NUCLEAR ENGR
Prerequisites: MATH 2924, CHEM 2124 and PHYS 2114 An introduction to atomic and nuclear processes and to nuclear science and engineering fundamentals, including the nature of nuclear radiation, the nuclear chain reaction, criticality, power reactor types, and applications of nuclear technology.
MCEG 3512
RADIATION DETECT LAB
Prerequisites: MATH 2914, CHEM 2124 or consent. A study of each of the common kinds of nuclear radiation, including the detection and analysis methods and applications to nondestructive assays. Use of computers in analyses. Lecture one hour, laboratory three hours.
MCEG 3523
RADIATION HEALTH PHYSICS
Prerequisites: MATH 2914, CHEM 2124, or consent. A study of the protection of individuals and population groups against the harmful effects of ionizing radiation. Included in the study is: (1) radiation detection and measurement, (2) relationships between exposure and biological damage, (3) radiation and the environment, (4) design criteria for processes, equipment, and facilities so that radiation exposure is minimized, and (5) environmental impact of nuclear power plants.
MCEG 3991
SPEC PROB IN ENGINEERING
Prerequisite: Minimum of three hours at the junior level in area of study. Individual or specialized study in advanced area under the direction of a faculty advisor.
MCEG 3992
SPEC PROB IN ENGINEERING
Prerequisite: Minimum of three hours at the junior level in area of study. Individual or specialized study in advanced area under the direction of a faculty advisor.
MCEG 3993
SPEC PROB IN ENGINEERING
Prerequisite: Minimum of three hours at the junior level in area of study. Individual or specialized study in advanced area under the direction of a faculty advisor.
MCEG 3994
SPEC PROB IN ENGINEERING
Prerequisite: Minimum of three hours at the junior level in area of study. Individual or specialized study in advanced area under the direction of a faculty advisor.
MCEG 4042
METALLURGY LABORATORY
Corequisite: MCEG 4043 Laboratory experiments in heat treating, phase transformation, plastic deformation, work hardening and creep. Concepts and topics from MCEG 4043 are emphasized in the lab exercises. Failure analysis modes and examples are included. Lecture one hour, lab three hours.
MCEG 4043
PHYSICAL METALLURGY
Prerequisites: MCEG 2023, 3013, 3313 This course provides the student with an indepth background to the mechanisms and applications of dislocation motion, crystal plasticity, phase transformations and solidification processes. Common industrial and experimental processes are studied for both ferrous and nonferrous materials.
MCEG 4053
CORROSION PRINCIPLES
Prerequisites: MCEG 2023, 3013, 3313 A study of the fundamental causes of corrosion and corrosion damage in metals and metallic components. Electrochemistry is used to explore the basic reactions governing environmental corrosion while thermodynamics and kinetics are used to investigate the rate of controlling steps of environmental attack. Includes an overview of techniques commonly used to control corrosion damage in industry and architecture.
MCEG 4202
ENGINEERING DESIGN
Crosslisted: ELEG 4202 Prerequisites: MCEG major, senior standing and MCEG 3413. This course serves as the first part of a two course sequence in which the student completes a senior design project. Design methodologies and tools including real world design considerations such as environmental impact, engineering ethics, economics, safety, product costing and liability are introduced. Design for manufacture, project management, scheduling and proposal writing will be covered. Successful completion of this course shall require completion of a proposal for a senior design project being accepted by the faculty design project review process.
MCEG 4323
POWER PLANT SYSTEMS
Prerequisite: MCEG 3313 or consent. Corequisite or Prerequisite: MCEG 4403 A study of the design and operation of steam electric power plant components and systems. Fossil and renewable energy plants are emphasized.
MCEG 4332
THERMAL SYSTEMS LAB
Prerequisites: MCEG 3313, 4403 Corequisites: MCEG 4433, 4443 Advanced laboratory experiments in heat transfer and thermal systems. Conduction, convection and radiation heat transfer phenomena, power and refrigeration cycle operation, psychrometrics. Lecture one hour, laboratory three hours.
MCEG 4343
INTERNAL COMB ENGINES
Prerequisites: MCEG 3313 and MCEG 4403 A study of the operating and design principles of internal combustion engines. The course will cover combustion cycles, emissions, and performance analysis and testing. Lecture three hours with lab exercises.
MCEG 4403
MECH/FLUIDS/HYDRAULICS
Prerequisites: MCEG 2033 and 3313 A study of statics and dynamics of incompressible fluids. Major topics include the basic fluid flow concepts of continuity, energy and momentum, dimensional analysis, viscosity, laminar and turbulent flows, and flow in pipes.
MCEG 4413
FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS
Prerequisites: ELEG 2103, MCEG (ELEG)3003, and MCEG 3013 Introduction to approximate methods using finite elements. Development of the finite element method using variational formulations. Applications include machine design, mechanical vibrations, heat transfer, fluid flow and electromagnetics.
MCEG 4423
MACH COMPONENT DESIGN
Prerequisites: MCEG 3413 and MATH 3153 Design and analysis of specific machine components including gears, clutches, springs, and bearings.
MCEG 4433
THERMODYNAMICS II
Prerequisites: MATH 2934, 3243 and MCEG 3313 A continuation of MCEG 3313. The study of thermodynamics is extended to the investigation of relations for simple substances, nonreacting mixtures, reacting mixtures, chemical reactions and a study of availability analysis. Power and refrigeration cycles are studied in more depth.
MCEG 4442
MECH LABORATORY II
Prerequisites: MCEG 3442 and 4403. A study of fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and heat transfer experimentation techniques. Laboratory projects will be assigned with student responsibility for procedure development and test program implementation. Formal laboratory reports will be required. Lecture one hour, laboratory three hours.
MCEG 4443
HEAT TRANSFER
Prerequisites: MCEG 3313 and MCEG 4403 Basic thermal energy transport processes, conduction, convection, and radiation, and the mathematical alnalysis of systems involving these processes in steady state and time dependent cases.
MCEG 4453
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Prerequisite: MCEG 3313 Energy management in commercial building and industrial plants. Utility rate structures. Sources of primary energy. Energy conversion devices. Prime movers of energy. Heat. Electricity. Lighting. HVAC Equipment. Building envelope. Electric motors. Estimating energy savings. Economic justification. Energy auditing.
MCEG 4463
HEAT/VENT/AIRCOND DESIG
Prerequisites: MCEG 3313 or permission of instructor A study of the principles of human thermal comfort including applied psychometrics and airconditioning processes. Fundamentals of analysis of heating and cooling loads and design of HVAC systems.
MCEG 4473
MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS
Prerequisites: MCEG 2033, MATH 3243 The study of free and forced vibration of single degreeoffreedom systems, response to harmonic, periodic and non periodic excitations. Multidegreeof freedom systems and matrix methods are explored. Computational techniques for predicting system response continuous systems are introduced.
MCEG 4493
MECH DESIGN PROJECT
Prerequisites: MCEG (ELEG) 3003, 4202, MCEG 4423, senior standing and consent of instructor. An independent or group project in mechanical engineering design. Where appropriate, a team approach will be employed. Emphasis will be placed on designing a mechanical system or sub system with due regard for: safety, environmental concerns, reliability, longevity, ease of manufacturing, maintainability, and cost effectiveness. Both a written and oral report are required.
MCEG 4503
NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS I
Prerequisites: MCEG 3503, MCEG 4403 A study of the various types of nuclear reactor plants including the methods used for energy conversion. Relative advantages/disadvantages of various plant types investigated.
MCEG 4991
SPEC PROB/ENGR
Prerequisite: Minimum of three hours at the junior level in area of study. Individual study in advanced area of the student's choice under the direction of a faculty advisor.
MCEG 4992
SPEC PROB/ENGR
Prerequisite: Minimum of three hours at the junior level in area of study. Individual study in advanced area of the student's choice under the direction of a faculty advisor.
MCEG 4993
SPEC PROB/ENGR
Prerequisite: Minimum of three hours at the junior level in area of study. Individual study in advanced area of the student's choice under the direction of a faculty advisor.
MCEG 4994
SPEC PROB/ENGR
Prerequisite: Minimum of three hours at the junior level in area of study. Individual study in advanced area of the student's choice under the direction of a faculty advisor.
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