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**Fundamentals of Mechanical Manufacturing Technology**

The basic objectives of this course are the following:
Machine elements design and manufacturing processes of metallic materials. Capacity to choose a particular
manufacturing method for a part type, according to their properties and characteristics, number of parts to be
manufactured ...
Calculation procedures for designing different machine elements, based on the most common failure criteria, and the
implications of material fatigue.

**Hydraulic and pneumatic Driving**

The properties of liquids as the working substance (liquid, gas). Principles of hydrostatics. Pascal's Law. The flow of
fluids - Continuity equation, Euler equations of fluid dynamics, Bernoulli's equation for ideal and real fluids, Navier-Stokes equation, laminar and turbulent flow. Specific energy loss: a local length. Model equations of state for ideal gas and real gases. Throttling fluid.

**Mechatronics**

This course is an introduction to designing mechatronic systems, which require integration of the mechanical and electrical engineering disciplines within a unified framework. There are significant laboratory-based design experiences. Topics covered in the course include: Low-level interfacing of software with hardware; use of high-level graphical programming tools to implement real-time computation tasks; digital logic; analog interfacing and power amplifiers; measurement and sensing; electromagnetic and optical transducers; control of mechatronic systems.

**Mechanical Dynamics**

This course is an introduction to the dynamics and vibrations of lumped-parameter models of mechanical systems. Topics covered include kinematics, force-momentum formulation for systems of particles and rigid bodies in planar motion, work-energy concepts, virtual displacements and virtual work. Students will also become familiar with the following topics: Lagrange's equations for systems of particles and rigid bodies in planar motion, and linearization of equations of motion. After this course, students will be able to evaluate free and forced vibration of linear multi-degree of freedom models of mechanical systems and matrix eigenvalue problems.

**Engineering Materials**

This course introduces several engineering materials, including metal materials (pure metals and alloys), non-metallic materials (polymers, ceramics and composites) and nano-materials, and their micro/meso-structures, macro-mechanical properties, microscopic mechanisms and the possible ways to improve their mechanical properties.

**Fluid Mechanics**

The atmospheric air and water on the Earth surface are our familiar fluids due to their flows makeing much effects on our dailylife at all times.Fluid Mechanics is a scientific subject evidently exploring the law of the macroscopical motion of this kind of Newtonian fluid. The term fluid includes both gases and liquids. The methods and techniques in fluid mechanics are widely applied to deal with many problems in biofluid, environmental fluid, geophysical fluid and so on. This course is to introduce the terminology and techniques required in the study of the flows of fluids. The goal is to help students apply the universal physical principles such as conservation of mass, momentum and energy to understand the fundamental equations which govern most of the flow of fluids.

**Heat Transfer**

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**Computer Aided Design**

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**Mechanics of materials**

"Upon the completion of the course the student should be
able to:
• Calculate the principal stresses and strains in a loaded
component
• Solve problems using stress transformation and Mohr’s
circle
• Apply Hooke’s law for plane stress and plane strain
• Calculate stresses in thin walled spherical or cylindrical
pressure vessels
• Calculate the stresses produced by combined axial,
bending and torsional loads"

**Theoretical Mechanics**

With analytic mechanics, many topics of kinematics and dynamics of mechanical systems are introduced. The course Mainly includes: constraints of motion, generalized coordinates, degrees of freedom, principle of virtual work. For fixed-point motion of rigid body, the Euler angles and Euler Equations of kinematics are introduced; and more, parallel planar motion, fixed-axis motion and general motion of rigid bodies are also presented. The equations of motion in non-inertial reference frame and their application are discussed. Lagrangian and Lagrange equations are introduced, and as their applications, central force motions and small oscillations for multi-degrees of freedom mechanical systems are discussed. Center of mass and reference frame of center of mass for many particle systems are presented. Dynamical laws of the particle groups are discussed, and the laws are used to solve mechanical problems. For rigid body dynamics, the inertia tensor and Euler dynamical equation are introduced. From the Lagrange equations of motion, we deduce the canonical equations of motions, the conservations of some mechanical quantities of mechanical systems are discussed. Finally, we discuss the Poisson brackets and Hamilton`s principle and Hamilton-Jacobi equation.

**Introduction to Mechanical Engineering**

This course will introduce you to the field of mechanical engineering and the relationships between physics, mathematics, communications, and sciences which inform the study, design, and manufacture of mechanical products and systems.

**Machine manufacturing technology**

The basic objectives of this course are the following:
Machine elements design and manufacturing processes of metallic materials. Capacity to choose a particular
manufacturing method for a part type, according to their properties and characteristics, number of parts to be
manufactured ...
Calculation procedures for designing different machine elements, based on the most common failure criteria, and the
implications of material fatigue.

**Basis of Control Engineering**

To enable the students to learn the analysis and design techniques of control systems by transfer function approach.

**Engineering Graphics**

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**Excavation Mechanery**

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**Food Machinery**

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**Metalworking Practice**

Students will use metal working tools and machines safely. Students will build advanced projects independently. Skills in sheet metal fabrication, welding, soldering, forge work and foundry are also mastered. Projects are designed to allow the student to gain an insight into the construction and manufacturing industry by safely using various machines and equipment to fabricate a finished project using accurate measuring skills and knowledge to produce a high quality final product.

**Mechanical Drawing**

Mechanical drawing and its application is a core course for students in engineering and technology which applies the theory and methods of geometry and projection to engineering drawings. Mechanical drawing is an important technological data and tools for engineering and technological persons to communicate ideas with each other. The course provides students skills and knowledge in geometrics and projection, fundamentals of drawing, mechanical drafting and computer-aid-drafting. The course also benefits students in sciences.

**Mechanical Engineering Test Technology**

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**Engineering Thermodynamics**

First and second laws of thermodynamics; properties of pure substances; closed and open systems of various types; applications to steady-flow and non-flow processes; power and refrigeration cycles;psychrometrics.