Starting topics include: mobility, manipulability, contact kinematics, force closure, nonholonomic constraints. Introductory Foresight and Technological Innovation. Differential equations of fluid flow. Minimum combined GPA for all courses in Engineering Topics (Engineering Fundamentals and Depth courses) is 2.0. Design Research Theory and Methodology Seminar. Students may choose elective courses at the 100 level or higher, in consultation with their advisor, from any of the Schools at the University to fulfill their elective requirement. Introduction to consumer product cost modeling. Prerequisites: ENGR15 or equivalent, Recommended: Linear Algebra (EE 263, MATH 113, CME 302 or equivalent), Partial Differential Equations (MATH 131P or equivalent). Focus is on flow instabilities. Graduate engineering students undertake experimental investigation under guidance of staff member. Many of the tasks involve scripting languages. Engineering methods used in the evaluation and planning of orthopaedic procedures, surgery, and devices. Team-based capstone project using knowledge, methodology, and skills obtained in the Product Design major. Topics covered include: structuring communication, selecting key points to communicate, communicating technical information to a non-technical audience. We will do our best to work with you and your department. Experimental methods associated with the interfacing of laboratory instruments, experimental control, sampling strategies, data analysis, and introductory image processing. Emphasis is on basic theories which have potential application to mechanical linkages, computational geometry, and robotics. Exergy, mixtures, reacting systems, phase equilibrium, chemical exergy, and modern computational methods for analysis. Surgical robots developed and implemented clinically on varying scales. All courses used to fulfill mathematics, depth, breadth, approved electives, and lab studies must be taken for a letter grade (excluding seminars, independent study, and courses for which a letter grade is not an option for any student). CS 106A is for students who have had limited exposure to computer programming and want to start at the introductory level. This quarter, students will learn from 10 different founders / C-level executives about how they built their mobility startup to change the world of transportation. Basis of turbulent combustion models. In the second quarter (spring), teams select a lead solution and move it toward the market through prototyping, technical re-risking, strategies to address healthcare-specific requirements (regulation, reimbursement), and business planning. Faculty sponsor required. Emphasis is on fundamental experiments leading towards advances in modeling, optimization, and control of complex systems. of nonlinear algebraic and differential equations governing the behavior of multiple degree of freedom systems. This form must be filled out electronically on Axess. ME 341X. Your team members will receive the same grade for ABC. ME 220. More information is available at the department's Labs and Centers website. Numerical solutions (e.g., MATLAB, etc.) 5 Units. Ablation shields. In addition, it uses atomic scale modeling to gain insights into the nature of charge separation and recombination processes. Completion of the undergraduate program in Mechanical Engineering leads to the conferral of the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. A list of faculty advisors can be found on the declaration form. Intermediate Fluid Mechanics. Survey of the physics underlying a wide range of microfluidic devices. Course culminates in a final individual narrative presentation and group project demonstration. A series of diverse projects are brought together in conjunction with related student project portfolio development. ME 421. Students completing the two-year program will earn a Master’s of Science in Engineering degree with a concentration in Design Impact (MSE-Design Impact). 2 Units. The heat diffusion equation and its solution using analytical and numerical techniques. Design and Control of Haptic Systems. Introduction to parallel computing using MPI, openMP, and CUDA. Statistics for Design Experiments. After accepting admission to this coterminal master’s degree program, students may request transfer of courses from the undergraduate to the graduate career to satisfy requirements for the master’s degree. The other 1-2 courses could come from either technical electives from the student’s selected concentration or any other concentration and its associated technical electives. Machine Learning for Computational Engineering.. 3 Units. Herein, the emphasis is on geometry modeling, mesh generation, solution strategy and post-processing for diverse applications. Uncertainty Quantification. ME 316C. The one difference is that ME318 students will be brought into the PRL to learn and use the Lab's four Haas VF2 CNC machines during structured labs. ME 321. Prerequisites: AA 242A or equivalent (recommended but not required); basic knowledge of linear algebra and ODEs; no prior knowledge of structural dynamics is assumed. Effects of stress concentrations, manufacturing processes, load sequence, irregular loading, multi-axial loading. Learn and utilize industry development process: first quarter focuses on establishing requirements and narrowing to top concept. Introductory lift and drag. Students in this class will get hands-on experience building soft robots using various materials, actuators, and programming to create robots that perform different tasks. Minimum Combined GPA for all courses in Engineering Topics (Engineering Fundamentals and Depth courses) is 2.0. 3 Units. Graduate and Co-Term students from all programs welcome. Mechanics of materials and deformation of structural members. This is an intense course in product design and development offered to graduate students only (no exceptions). Physics of Wind Energy. Linear eliptic boundary value problems in one, two and three space dimensions; applications in structural, solid and fluid mechanics and heat transfer. The Master’s Program in Design Impact is project-driven, highly immersive, and based on design thinking, the human-centered design process pioneered at Stanford. The Ph.D. advisor serves as an intellectual and professional mentor to the Ph.D. student. Prerequisites: low Reynolds number hydrodynamics or consent of instructor. ME 301. Your source for engineering research and ideas. Elementary electrochemical thermodynamics. For information on how Mechanical Engineering degree requirements have been affected by the pandemic, see the "COVID-19 Policies tab" in the "Mechanical Engineering" of this bulletin. ME 206A. See the Mechanical Engineering Graduate Student Handbook produced by the Mechanical Engineering student services office for more information. Ph.D. students must identify their doctoral research/thesis advisor (and vice versa) prior to the end of the first year of study. Design Thinking Studio. ME310B builds on the experience of ME310A. Effects of incident shock waves. Admitted students: see our special instructions for submitting transcripts. Prerequisite: ME102, ME80, or consent of instructor. Students should consult their advisor for recommendations on course loads and on ways to use the unrestricted electives to create a manageable program. Same as: EDUC 239, ME 139. No thesis is required. These facilities support graduate course work as well as Ph.D. student research activities.