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College of Mechanical and IT Engineering

School of Mechanical Engineering

Major

  • Major of Mechanical System Engineering
  • Major of Mechanical Design Engineering
  • Major of Mechanical Advanced Engineering
  • Multidisciplinary Major in Nuclear Engineering

Introduction

Mechanical engineering is an academic discipline that studies the principles, design, production and performance of various devices based on physical principles in order to make them practical, and it is related to all fields of engineering.

Mechanical engineering is playing an important role in high-tech fields such as development of new energy resources, space and marine exploration, new materials, bionics, etc. In particular, subjects such as mechatronics, which include both mechanical and electronic technologies, computer aided design (CAD)/manufacturing (CAM) and plant automation are fields with bright prospects in the future.

In lower-level classes, students learn basic dynamics in order to train their abilities to practice principles in physics and develop unique research capacities. In higher-level classes, students take application courses and experience actual lab works. School of Mechanical Engineering is divided into three programs such as Mechanical System, Mechanical Design and Advanced Engineering in order to assist students with the career plans, while students also complete courses such as foreign language, which is needed in this time of globalization.

Faculty: 40 full-time professors and 8 foreign professors in various fields

Major Academic Club Activities: Supports club activities so that students can utilize knowledge of their major

Grounding in Engineering: Emphasizes computer science and provides opportunity to learn other related subjects

Engineering Projects: Provide students with opportunity to make designs and productions so that they can have a comprehensive understanding of mechanical engineering

Informationization Education: Include computer skills in all major courses and prepare with curriculum and lab facilities for CAD/CAM

Multimedia Education: Utilize multimedia in most lectures to maximize educational effect

Factory Exercise: Improved design and exercises using factories that are actually operating

Research Achievements: Continuously granted by industry-academic cooperation research with considerable amount of funds

Mechanical Technology Research Center: Promote and support industry-academic cooperation research within the School of Mechanical Engineering

Multidisciplinary major in Nuclear Engineering

This educational program began in March 2011.
The purpose of this program is to train multidisciplinary human resources for nuclear industries. Academic departments including Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Civil Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Chemical Engineering are participating in this program. The students of this program will receive two degrees, their major field and minor in Nuclear Engineering.

History

For the past years, large amount of government funds such as the College of Engineering National Support Project and the BK21 Outstanding Local University Promotion Project has been invested. Thus, we are prepared with various advanced testing materials and facilities such as the 13,200m2 mechanics hall, factory exercise center, industry-academic cooperation center, etc.
In 2001, it became the first in the nation to test ABEEK program. In 2005, students automatically receive ABEEK certification as soon as they graduate. In addition, in the national college assessment, it was chosen as the fifth best mechanical engineering school from 81 colleges.

Job Fields

Students have many career paths to choose from such as automobile, aviation, shipbuilding, electronics, chemical and metal industries. Recently, there has also been an increasing demand for students of mechanical engineering in the high-tech fields as well. Students also have many opportunities to go on to graduate school. With the help of various career paths and the accomplishments of many graduates, the employment rate for this major exceeds 80%.

Faculty

  • Kang, Dong Jin, ProfessorHomepage

    - KAIST, Computational Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Turbo Machinery Design and Efficiency Analysis

    djkang@yu.ac.kr
  • Ko, Tae Jo, ProfessorHomepage

    - POSTECH , Machine Tools, Metal Cutting, Nontradition Machining,

    tjko@yu.ac.kr
  • Kim, Soo Youn, ProfessorHomepage

    - Seoul National Univ., Thermal Engineering, Combustion, Energy Conversion and Transfer

    sookim@yu.ac.kr
  • Kim, Jae-Woong, Professor

    - KAIST, Welding Engineering, Thermal Stress Analysis

    jaekim@yu.ac.kr
  • KIM , JIN HO, ProfessorHomepage

    - Univ. of California at Berkeley

    jinho@ynu.ac.kr
  • Sang-Shin Park, ProfessorHomepage

    - Seoul National Univ., Energy System, Tribology, System Design

    pss@ynu.ac.kr
  • Park, Jung Whan, ProfessorHomepage

    - KAIST, CAD/CAM, 5-Axis NC Machining, Surface Modeling

    jwpark@yu.ac.kr
  • Bai, Cheolho, ProfessorHomepage

    - Univ. of California, Los Angeles, Heat and Mass Transfer, Thermodynamics, Two Phase Flow

    chbai@yu.ac.kr
  • Jaesool Shim, ProfessorHomepage

    - Washington State University, Energy and material transfer, nano/Bio, microfluidics

    jshim@ynu.ac.kr
  • Hyun Bo Shim, Professor

    - KAIST, Sheet Metal Forming

    hbshim@yu.ac.kr
  • Lee, Byeong Jun, ProfessorHomepage

    - Seoul National Univ., Combustion, Thermal Engineering

    bjlee@yu.ac.kr
  • Lee, Choon Yeol, ProfessorHomepage

    - Univ. of Texas at Austin, Computational Mechanics, FEM, Nonlinear Mechanics

    cylee@yu.ac.kr
  • Chung, Mo, ProfessorHomepage

    - Univ. of California, Los Angeles, Heat and Mass Transfer, Two Phase Flow, Solar Energy

    mchung@yu.ac.kr
  • Chung,Byeong Mook, ProfessorHomepage

    - KAIST, Factory Automation, Intelligent Control, NC and Robot Control

    bmchung@yu.ac.kr
  • Chung, Ilsup, Professor

    - Purdue Univ., Mechanics of Composite Materials. Structural Mechanics

    ilchung@ynu.ac.kr
  • Joo, Sang Woo, Professor

    - Univ. of Michigan, Fluid Mechanics, Materials Processing, Hydrodynamic Stability, Applied Mathematics

    swjoo@yu.ac.kr
  • Chai, Young Suck, Professor

    - Univ. of Texas at Austin, Structural Analysis, Fracture Mechanics, Composite Materials

    yschai@yu.ac.kr
  • Choi, Sung Ryul, Professor

    - KAIST, Fracture Mechanics, Elasticity, micromechanics

    srchoi@yu.ac.kr
  • Byeongil Kim, Associate ProfessorHomepage

    - The Ohio State Univ, Vibration/Dynamics, Smart Structures

    bikim@yu.ac.kr
  • Kim Sung Chul, Associate ProfessorHomepage

    - Seoul National Univ., Thermal Management and Energy System, Automotive Cooling and Heating

    sungkim@ynu.ac.kr
  • Nam, Kanghyun, Associate ProfessorHomepage

    - University of Tokyo, Vehicle Dynamics and Motion Control

    khnam@yu.ac.kr
  • Park, Jang Min, Associate ProfessorHomepage

    - POSTECH , Computational Mechanics

    jpark@yu.ac.kr
  • Byeon, Jeong Hoon, Associate ProfessorHomepage

    - Yonsei Univ., Aerosol Technology, Thermo-Fluid Science

    postjb@yu.ac.kr
  • Shin, Dong-Kil, Associate ProfessorHomepage

    - KAIST, Mechanical Engineering

    dkshin@yu.ac.kr
  • Lim, Jiseok, Associate Professor

    - Yonsei Univ.

    jlim@yu.ac.kr
  • KIM TAEGYUN, Assistant Professor

    - , Robot Design, Manipulation Control

    tgkim@yu.ac.kr
  • Yoo, Kisoo, Assistant ProfessorHomepage

    - Washington State University, Battery, Energy System, Electric Vehicle

    kisooyoo@yu.ac.kr
  • JEONG CHANGYOON, Assistant ProfessorHomepage

    - , Smart Materials and Multifunctional Composite

    yoonni22@yu.ac.kr
  • CHOI JUNGWOOK, Assistant ProfessorHomepage

    - Yonsei Univ., Manufacturing, Micro/Nanodevice

    jwc@yu.ac.kr
  • Suh Wang Byuck,

    -

    swbyuck@yu.ac.kr
  • Ki-Yeol Shin,

    - , Heat transfer, Energy system, Automation&Design

    shinky@ynu.ac.kr
  • Banerjee A.Narayan, International ProfessorHomepage

    - Jadavpur University

    arghya@ynu.ac.kr
  • POONGAVANAM GANESHKUMAR, International Research Professor

    - , 2021.10.30

    selgan.cad@gmail.com
  • RAMESH REDDY, International Research Professor

    -

    rameshsun999@gmail.com
  • Neelakanta Reddy Itheereddi, International Research Professor

    - Sri Venkateswara Univ.

    neela_sra@ynu.ac.kr
  • Michael McAteer, International Professor for Education

    - The Australian National University, F-6(거주):~2023-07-11

    mcateer2020@gmail.com
  • Juraeva Makhsuda, International Research Professor

    -

    mjuraeva@ynu.ac.kr
  • Bathula Babu, International Research Professor

    - Acharya Nagarjuna University

    babuphysicist@ynu.ac.kr
  • Vattikuti Surya Veerendra Prabhakar, International Research Professor

    - Ph.D

    drprabu@ynu.ac.kr
  • Chandragiri Venkata Reddy, International Research Professor

    -

    cvrphy@gmail.com
  • Vineet Kumar, International Research Professor

    - Univ. of Milano-Bicocca

    vineetfri@gmail.com
  • AHMED FAROOQ, International Research Professor

    -

    farooqahmed333@gmail.com
  • WAQAS UL ARIFEEN, International Research Professor

    -

    waqasularifeen3@gmail.com
  • LIU JIE, International Research Professor

    -

    lauj@ynu.ac.kr
  • Koramala Naveen Kumar, International Research Professor

    - Sri Venkateswara Univ.

    knaveenphy@ynu.ac.kr
  • Rendi Kurniawan, International Research Professor

    - Yeungnam University

    rendi@ynu.ac.kr
  • Mandal Tapas, International Research Professor

    - , E-3 / 2019.08.13. ~ 2020.03.31.

    tps.mndl@gmail.com
  • PALLAVOLU MOHAN REDDY, International Research Professor

    -

    pallavolumohanreddy@gmail.com
  • Patnamsetty Chidanandha Nagajyothi, International Research Professor

    - Sri Venkateswara Univ.

    nagajyothi@ynu.ac.kr
  • Barai Hasi Rani, International Research Professor

    -

    hrbarai@ynu.ac.kr

※ sorted by the position and Korean name

Curriculum

School Of Mechanical Engineering

Curriculum
1-1
CALCULUS I
Calculus(1) covers the following: Sequences, limits and continuity of functions of single variable, derivatives, properties of derivatives, differentiation rules, higher order derivatives, applications of derivatives, definite integrals, indefinite integrals, properties of integrals, integration rules, applications of integrals, infinite series power series.
1-1
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING PRACTICE
The main objective of this course is to allow us to program as solve complex problems and phenomena associated with chemical engineering by obtaining the understanding of high level computer language and programing capability.
1-1
CONVERGENCE- AND INTEGRATION-BASED THINKING AND WRITING
The ability of analyzing and solving problems is emphasized as one of the conditions for survival in the 21st century and one of the core elements of creative capabilities. This course was designed to cultivate convergence- and integration-based creative capabilities, which are integrated problem-solving capabilities to collect, analyze and process knowledge and information by reinforcing the ability of analyzing and solving problems, recreate it in a synthetic fashion, and express it effectively through speech and writing. The course will help the students cultivate their synesthesia thinking and communication skills based on sympathy with other human beings, understanding of the community, and positivity or Gongseong that is sought after by Yeungnam University. Its ultimate goals are to promote the students' creative knowledge development and reinforce their writing capabilities consistently through "convergence- and integration-based thinking and writing as a problem-solving approach."
1-1
GENERAL PHYSICS I
Introduces classical mechanics. Space and time: straight-line kinematics; motion in a plane; forces and equilibrium; experimental basis of Newton's laws; particle dynamics; universal gravitation; collisions and conservation laws; work and potential energy; vibrational motion; conservative forces; inertial forces and non-inertial frames; central force motions; rigid bodies and rotational dynamics.
1-1
GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I
This course is designed to introduce the basic experiments in general physics. This course includes physical experiments related to classical mechanics ; Projectile Motion, Free Fall, Borda's Pendulum, Air Track, Resonance Tube App, force Table, Centripetal Force, Torsional Rigidity Pendulum
1-1
KOREAN HISTORY
This lecture treats total Korean history internationally and help Koreans to have necessary knowledge and to establish their own identity in order to play in a global socity. This lecture is formed to assist people who study history for entering various government's organizations and large companies or Korean history cerification test.
1-1
PRACTICAL CHINESE(I)
This course is for students just beginning to learn Chinese. The most difficult aspect of learning Chinese is pronunciation. So, first of all, in this course students will learn how to pronounce Chinese correctly. Then, through topics of daily life conversation, students will learn the basic communication skills Chinese as well as basic grammar.
1-1
PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH
The aim of the course is to help students develop basic English verbal skills in real life situations. The course will be co-taught by Korean and Native English instructors. Korean instructors will provide students with basic English structure, vocabulary, and expressions, and students will be encouraged to practice speaking English utilizing basic English structures. Students will further practice expressing themselves in English with native English instructors.
1-1
SEMINAR FOR ACADEMIC LIFE
1. Summary of the course This course is to assist university freshmen in CRM designing to adapt university life well through the instruction and counselling of supervising professor. (This course is composed of self analysis, personality type test, career research, instruction for the success of university life, career plan and direction setting, CRM designing method and CRM designing. The course should be teaching in classes of the students by supervising professor.) 2. Course objectives This course is to motivate the students before the mid term exam and provide students with self analysis, personality type test (MBTI or TCI) and career research (YAT test). Also, this course shall has a plan to instruct the students to enhance the efficiency of university life through career and time management. In addition, this course is to make a chance for the students to have practical assistance to university life by providing study method, report designing strategy and the information on academic system and various kinds of internal programs of the university. After the mid term exam, the students will be instructed to set the direction of career designing through continuous counselling of supervising professor and the students will be able to establish CRM designing and execution plan.
1-1
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN
This course provides the understandings on the concept of engineering problems and creative design method, and how to easily solve encountered engineering problems based on systematic procedures and methodologies. In addition, collaborating with colleagues, communication skills, comprehensive design method, system development will be considered as important purposes.
1-2
ACADEMIC ENGLISH
The aim of the course is to help students increase their fluency and accuracy in English. The course will be co-taught by Korean and Native English instructors. Korean instructors will provide students with an opportunity to practice English structure, vocabulary, and expressions, and students will be encouraged to enhance their verbal skills by actively participating in classroom activities. Students will further practice expressing themselves in English with native English instructors.
1-2
BASIC CHEMISTRY
The basic concept of the general chemistry is taught in one semester. This is not the substitute for the General Chemistry (I) or (II).
1-2
CALCULUS II
Calculus(2) covers the following: vector valued functions, curves in spaces, limits and continuity of functions of multi variables, partial derivatives, properties of partial derivatives, partial differentiation rules, higher order partial derivatives, applications of partial derivatives, double and triple integrals, properties of multiple integrals, applications of multiple integrals, line integrals, Green's theorem, surface integrals, Stokes' theorem, divergence theorem.
1-2
ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
This course is to provide students with sufficient insight into the nature of engineering and business management so that students make a commitment to pursue the solutions for real economic problems. With the theoretical background acquired by this course, students can prepare for successful professional careers.
1-2
GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY Ⅱ
This course is designed to introduce the basic experiments in general physics. This course includes physical experiments related to electromagnetism ; Electromotive Force, Coulomb's Law, Equipotential Line, Inductance of Solenoid, Velocity of Light, Current Balance, Magnetic Field of Single Coil, Magnetic Field of straight Conductor.
1-2
GENERAL PHYSICS Ⅱ
Introduction to electromagnetism and electrostatics: electric charge, Coulomb's law, electric structure of matter; conductors and dielectrics. Concepts of electrostatic field and potential, electrostatic energy. Electric currents, magnetic fields and Ampere's law. Magnetic materials. Time-varying fields and Faraday's law of induction. Basic electric circuits. Electromagnetic waves and Maxwell's equations.
1-2
PRACTICAL CHINESE(II)
This course is for students who successfully completed Practical Chinese(I). Students should be aware of basic Chines grammar and can speak a little Chinese. This course will focus on a little more advanced grammar and expressions. Utilizing a variety of common everyday situations, students will practice what they have learned in Practical Chinese (I)
1-2
COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING
Fundamentals of computer aided drawing. Drawing of mechanical parts using a commercial CAD S/W such as AutoCAD.
1-2
STATICS
Lecture on the principles of statics includes concepts of statics, force, moment, force and moment equilibrium, rigid body, internal force, friction, center of mass, moment of inertia and virtual work.

Major Of Mechanical System Engineering

Curriculum
2-1
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I
Basics and theory of ordinary differential equations: Fourier series, Fourier transformation, Laplace transformation, first order ODE's, higher-order ODE's, series solutions of ODE's, eigenfunction methods for differential equations.
2-1
MATERIALS OF MACHINES
Lectures on the material types, their structures and mechanical characteristics to provide the idea for design and manufacturing of machines, heat treatment and manufacturing processes of materials ; applications of various fabrication methods and thermal processing of metal alloys, ceramics, polymers; corrosion and degradation of materials.
2-1
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
Numerical Analysis is a blend of mathematics and computer science that has produced powerful tools for solving intractable problems in science and engineering. This course covers error analysis, solution of equations of one variable, interpolation and polynomial approximation, numerical integration and differentiation, numerical solution of initial problems, direct & iterative methods for solving linear systems, solutions of systems of nonlinear equations, approximation theory and approximating eigenvalues, numerical methods for partial differential equations.
2-1
3D MODELING
The class covers drafting & modeling of mechanical parts and assemblies through acquiring related theory and practicing. Students learn basic 2D drafting and 3D CAD theory, but also 3D design functions and applications, along with intensive practice of commercial CAD softwares.
2-1
ENGINEERING DESIGN
This course provides a comprehensive, consistent and clear approach to systematic engineering design. The design processes like product planning, defining problem(including demand list, QFD), conceptualdesign,embodimentdesign(including product architecture, configuration design, parametric design), detail design, production planning, planning for distribution, planning for use, planning for retirement of the productareexplained. Furthermore the purpose of the course to enhance design, problem solving, communication skill, teamwork capability of students can be achieved by performing open ended team projects.
2-1
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
Some basic concepts of equilibrium, stresses, strains, and their relationships of deformable bodies are considered. The theories of the stresses and deformations in members under simple tension/ compression or shear, a shaft under torsion and a beam subjected to bending are studied.
2-1
THERMODYNAMICS
Lectures on the concepts of equilibrium and temperature, definition of work and heat and energy; first law and second law of thermodynamics, entropy and application of second law, principle and introductions of energy conversion cycles.
2-2
CAREER DESIGN
1. Summary of the course This course is to let the students to set the career goal at the early stage of university life through systematic and continuous counselling and instruction on CRM achievement and change of career designed by the students after the admission to the university. This course is to let the students attain career management method and edit, complement and confirm the CRM in a systematic manner by self analysis and analysis of employment competence while the course is being taught. Also, this course is to utilize video lecture as the secondary teaching material to let the students have competency in employment. 2. Course objectives This course is to assist to the enrolled students in designing their own employment plan for themselves by the education of drafting application materials for employment (resume, statement of purpose and application forms), communication skills and presentation skills. Furthermore, the course ultimate goal of guiding the students to systematically design (manage) CRM at each grade of the university with the counselling by the supervising professor until the time of graduation.
2-2
APPLIED MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
Lectures on the elastic deflection of the beams, statically indeterminate beams, coordinate transformations of stresses and strains, combined loadings, structural instability of the columns, plastic behavior of materials, and energy methods are dealt in order to study the mechanics of materials.
2-2
APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
Lectures on the analysis of thermodynamic cycles such as vapor cycles, gas cycles and refrigeration cycles, thermodynamic relations, mixtures and air conditioning, combustion and chemical equilibrium.
2-2
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Ⅱ
As a basis of engineering analysis for mechanics and transportation phenomena, ordinary and partial differential equations, and fundamentals of probability and statistics will be covered with solution methods for practical examples.
2-2
COMPUTER-AIDED MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL
Fundamental knowledge of the electrical and electronic engineering is becoming a must for an engineering students in many different majors. In this respect, the objective of this class is to give an introduction of the electrical and electronic engineering fundamentals to the students majoring in the chemical engineering and technology.
2-2
DYNAMICS
Lectures on kinematics and dynamics of a particle, work and energy principle, impulse and momentum principle, dynamics of a system of particles, and rigid body dynamics.
2-2
FLUID MECHANICS
Lectures on the concept of continuum mechanics, the definition of fluid properties, hydrostatics, fluid dynamics, dimensional analysis, similarity, Navier-Stokes equations, momentum theory, pipe flow, inviscid flow, boundary layer, flow separation, and the airfoil theory.
2-2
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
general introduction of manufacturing processes, recent trends, material properties, surface treatments, metrology, casting, plastic workings, machining processes, abrasive processes, welding etc.

Major Of Mechanical Design Engineering

Curriculum
2-1
EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION FOR PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS
The course develops English language skills and confidence in the areas of vocabulary, writing and speaking, including interview preparation and email guidance/practice. Communication focus: The course analyzes how communication works through teams, management and leadership challenges in creating value in businesses and organizations. In this context, students explore the importance of effective communication for job performance and in building professional success. For immediate needs, the communication focus quips students with a detailed and flexible ability to successfully respond to challenging questions commonly asked in job interviews relating to team work, team conflict and team problem solving.
2-1
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I
Basics and theory of ordinary differential equations: Fourier series, Fourier transformation, Laplace transformation, first order ODE's, higher-order ODE's, series solutions of ODE's, eigenfunction methods for differential equations.
2-1
3D MODELING
The class covers drafting & modeling of mechanical parts and assemblies through acquiring related theory and practicing. Students learn basic 2D drafting and 3D CAD theory, but also 3D design functions and applications, along with intensive practice of commercial CAD softwares.
2-1
CREATIVE ENGINEERING DESIGN
Thiscourseprovidesacomprehensive,consistentandclearapproachto systematicengineeringdesign.Thedesignprocesseslikeproductplanning, defining problem(including demand list, QFD), conceptualdesign,embodimentdesign(including product architecture, configuration design, parametric design), detail design, production planning, planning for distribution, planning for use, planning for retirement of the productareexplained. Furthermore the purpose of the course to enhance design, problem solving, communication skill, teamwork capability of students can be achieved by performing open ended team projects.
2-1
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
general introduction of manufacturing processes, recent trends, material properties, surface treatments, metrology, casting, plastic workings, machining processes, abrasive processes, welding etc.
2-1
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
Some basic concepts of equilibrium, stresses, strains, and their relationships of deformable bodies are considered. The theories of the stresses and deformations in members under simple tension/ compression or shear, a shaft under torsion and a beam subjected to bending are studied.
2-1
THERMODYNAMICS
Lectures on the concepts of equilibrium and temperature, definition of work and heat and energy; first law and second law of thermodynamics, entropy and application of second law, principle and introductions of energy conversion cycles.
2-2
CAREER DESIGN
1. Summary of the course This course is to let the students to set the career goal at the early stage of university life through systematic and continuous counselling and instruction on CRM achievement and change of career designed by the students after the admission to the university. This course is to let the students attain career management method and edit, complement and confirm the CRM in a systematic manner by self analysis and analysis of employment competence while the course is being taught. Also, this course is to utilize video lecture as the secondary teaching material to let the students have competency in employment. 2. Course objectives This course is to assist to the enrolled students in designing their own employment plan for themselves by the education of drafting application materials for employment (resume, statement of purpose and application forms), communication skills and presentation skills. Furthermore, the course ultimate goal of guiding the students to systematically design (manage) CRM at each grade of the university with the counselling by the supervising professor until the time of graduation.
2-2
APPLIED MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
Lectures on the elastic deflection of the beams, statically indeterminate beams, coordinate transformations of stresses and strains, combined loadings, structural instability of the columns, plastic behavior of materials, and energy methods are dealt in order to study the mechanics of materials.
2-2
CAD THEORY AND PRACTICE
The aim of the subject is to acquire basic knowledge and experience on 3D modeling of mechanical part and assembly design. The class is composed of theory of geometric modeling and software practice, including following topics. - Basic mathematics - Solid modeling - Curve & surface modling - Assembly modeling - CAD data exchange
2-2
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Ⅱ
As a basis of engineering analysis for mechanics and transportation phenomena, ordinary and partial differential equations, and fundamentals of probability and statistics will be covered with solution methods for practical examples.
2-2
INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
This course introduces the basic principles on electrical and electronic engineering for materials engineering students. Topics covered are basic circuit theory, analysis of DC and AC circuit, dynamics of circuit, power in AC circuit, semiconductor devices, and digital and analog electronics.
2-2
MATERIALS OF MACHINES
Lectures on the material types, their structures and mechanical characteristics to provide the idea for design and manufacturing of machines, heat treatment and manufacturing processes of materials ; applications of various fabrication methods and thermal processing of metal alloys, ceramics, polymers; corrosion and degradation of materials.
2-2
PRACTICE OF ADVANCED MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
In order to enhance the practical application for the students, general commercial code "ANSYS" which is one of the most popular program in industry is used for practice in this course. The theories of courses in the mechanics of materials are confirmed through the practices of structural computations for relatively simple structures such as truss, shaft, beam and column.
2-2
DYNAMICS
Lectures on kinematics and dynamics of a particle, work and energy principle, impulse and momentum principle, dynamics of a system of particles, and rigid body dynamics.
2-2
FLUID MECHANICS
Lectures on the concept of continuum mechanics, the definition of fluid properties, hydrostatics, fluid dynamics, dimensional analysis, similarity, Navier-Stokes equations, momentum theory, pipe flow, inviscid flow, boundary layer, flow separation, and the airfoil theory.

Major Of Mechanical Advanced Engineering

Curriculum
2-1
ENGINEERING DESIGN
This course provides a comprehensive, consistent and clear approach to systematic engineering design. The design processes like product planning, defining problem(including demand list, QFD), conceptualdesign,embodimentdesign(including product architecture, configuration design, parametric design), detail design, production planning, planning for distribution, planning for use, planning for retirement of the productareexplained. Furthermore the purpose of the course to enhance design, problem solving, communication skill, teamwork capability of students can be achieved by performing open ended team projects.
2-1
MATERIALS OF MACHINES
Lectures on the material types, their structures and mechanical characteristics to provide the idea for design and manufacturing of machines, heat treatment and manufacturing processes of materials ; applications of various fabrication methods and thermal processing of metal alloys, ceramics, polymers; corrosion and degradation of materials.
2-1
3D MODELING
The class covers drafting & modeling of mechanical parts and assemblies through acquiring related theory and practicing. Students learn basic 2D drafting and 3D CAD theory, but also 3D design functions and applications, along with intensive practice of commercial CAD softwares.
2-1
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I
Basics and theory of ordinary differential equations: Fourier series, Fourier transformation, Laplace transformation, first order ODE's, higher-order ODE's, series solutions of ODE's, eigenfunction methods for differential equations.
2-1
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
Some basic concepts of equilibrium, stresses, strains, and their relationships of deformable bodies are considered. The theories of the stresses and deformations in members under simple tension/ compression or shear, a shaft under torsion and a beam subjected to bending are studied.
2-1
THERMODYNAMICS
Lectures on the concepts of equilibrium and temperature, definition of work and heat and energy; first law and second law of thermodynamics, entropy and application of second law, principle and introductions of energy conversion cycles.
2-2
CAREER DESIGN
1. Summary of the course This course is to let the students to set the career goal at the early stage of university life through systematic and continuous counselling and instruction on CRM achievement and change of career designed by the students after the admission to the university. This course is to let the students attain career management method and edit, complement and confirm the CRM in a systematic manner by self analysis and analysis of employment competence while the course is being taught. Also, this course is to utilize video lecture as the secondary teaching material to let the students have competency in employment. 2. Course objectives This course is to assist to the enrolled students in designing their own employment plan for themselves by the education of drafting application materials for employment (resume, statement of purpose and application forms), communication skills and presentation skills. Furthermore, the course ultimate goal of guiding the students to systematically design (manage) CRM at each grade of the university with the counselling by the supervising professor until the time of graduation.
2-2
APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS
Lectures on the analysis of thermodynamic cycles such as vapor cycles, gas cycles and refrigeration cycles, thermodynamic relations, mixtures and air conditioning, combustion and chemical equilibrium.
2-2
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Ⅱ
As a basis of engineering analysis for mechanics and transportation phenomena, ordinary and partial differential equations, and fundamentals of probability and statistics will be covered with solution methods for practical examples.
2-2
APPLIED MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
Lectures on the elastic deflection of the beams, statically indeterminate beams, coordinate transformations of stresses and strains, combined loadings, structural instability of the columns, plastic behavior of materials, and energy methods are dealt in order to study the mechanics of materials.
2-2
DYNAMICS
Lectures on kinematics and dynamics of a particle, work and energy principle, impulse and momentum principle, dynamics of a system of particles, and rigid body dynamics.
2-2
FLUID MECHANICS
Lectures on the concept of continuum mechanics, the definition of fluid properties, hydrostatics, fluid dynamics, dimensional analysis, similarity, Navier-Stokes equations, momentum theory, pipe flow, inviscid flow, boundary layer, flow separation, and the airfoil theory.
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MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
general introduction of manufacturing processes, recent trends, material properties, surface treatments, metrology, casting, plastic workings, machining processes, abrasive processes, welding etc.

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