ENGN 295 - Intermediate Special Topics in Engineering
Credits: 3 credits for fall or winter; 4 credits for spring.
Prerequisites: Vary with topic. Intermediate work in bioengineering, solid mechanics, fluid mechanics or materials science. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits if the topics are different.
Fall 2018, ENGN 295A-01: Machine Dynamics and Design (3). Prerequisite: ENGN 178 and 204. Rigid body kinematic and kinetic analysis of common machine types to determine machine output for an input driving force. Investigation of design procedures for and synthesis of common mechanisms including motions such as quick-return, dwell periods, or coupling. Students learn to generate machines that express desired motions or complete specific tasks. Students also design and create machines using graphical techniques, computer modeling, and basic construction techniques. Kuehner.
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