Mechanical Engineering

ME 2891: Statics (4)

Offerings

A study of vector forces and their analysis, equilibrium of particles and of rigid bodies, structural analysis and internal forces, distributed forces, center of gravity and centroids.

Equivalents: EGR 2891 Prerequisites: PHY 1121 can be taken concurently: D or better AND MAT 1234: D or better

ME 3300: Properties of Materials (3)

Offerings

Studies the fundamental principles of structure and properties of materials that are utilized in the practice of engineering. Properties of materials are related to atomic, molecular, and crystalline structure. Discusses metals, ceramics, multiphase systems, and polymeric materials. Covers relationships between structure and electrical, mechanical, thermal, chemical properties and the decisions made for their use in engineered systems or material selection in engineering design.

Equivalents: EGR 3300 Attributes: Upper-Division Prerequisites: CHM 1211: D or better AND EGR 3310: D or better

ME 3310: Mechanics of Materials (4)

Offerings

This course builds on and integrates with concepts introduced in prior coursework in static systems. Studies stress and strain, properties of materials, axial load, torsion, bending, shear, strain and stress transformations, deflections of beams and shafts.

Equivalents: EGR 3310 Attributes: Upper-Division Prerequisites: EGR 1501 can be taken concurently: D or better AND EGR 2891: C- or better

ME 3400: Dynamics (5)

Offerings

This course builds on concepts introduced in prior coursework in static systems and engineering mechanics. It includes solving problems of kinematics and kinetics for particles and rigid bodies using energy, momentum, and angular momentum conservation laws.

Equivalents: EGR 3400 Attributes: Upper-Division Prerequisites: MAT 1235: D or better AND EGR 2891: D or better

ME 3430: System Dynamics (5)

Offerings

Studies mathematical modeling, analysis, and design of physical dynamic systems involving energy storage and transfer by lumped-parameter linear elements. Time -domain and frequency domain treatments are explored using both analytical methods and numerical simulation.

Attributes: Upper-Division Prerequisites: MAT 3237: D or better AND EGR 3400: D or better AND (EE 2726: D or better OR EGR 2726: D or better)

ME 3500: Thermal Science I: Thermodynamics (5)

Offerings

A first course for engineering and physics students in the thermal sciences, designed to introduce students to the subject of thermodynamics. Topics include properties, open and closed systems, and the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics. Applications include power, refrigeration, and heat pump systems.

Equivalents: EGR 3500 Attributes: Upper-Division Prerequisites: PHY 1122: D or better AND MAT 1235: D or better

ME 3501: Thermal Science II: Fluid Mechanics (5)

Offerings

A continuing course for engineering and physics students in the thermal sciences. This course will focus on fluid mechanics. Topics include kinematics of fluid motion, fluid statics, dimensional analysis, integral analysis of fluid dynamics, and internal and external flows.

Equivalents: EGR 3501 Attributes: Upper-Division Prerequisites: EGR 2891: D or better AND EGR 3500: D or better AND MAT 3238 can be taken concurently: D or better

ME 3502: Thermal Science III: Heat Transfer (5)

Offerings

A continuing course for engineering and physics students in the thermal sciences. This course will focus on heat transfer by conduction, convection, and radiation.

Equivalents: EGR 3502 Attributes: Upper-Division Prerequisites: EGR 3500: D or better AND MAT 3238 can be taken concurently: D or better

ME 4410: Mechanical Design (3)

Offerings

An integrated design and analysis course utilizing applications of mechanics and thermal-fluids systems applied to the design and test of complex mechanical and electro-mechanical systems.

Equivalents: EGR 4410 Attributes: Upper-Division Prerequisites: EGR 3400 can be taken concurently: C- or better AND EGR 3500: C- or better

ME 4910: WA State FE Preparation for Mechanical Engineers (1)

Offerings

Seminar review of principles and problem solving in math, ethics, engineering economics,and mechanical engineering technical topics to assist students in preparation for the Mechanical Engineering FE exam.

Attributes: Upper-Division