McGraw-Hill, 1962. Partial differential equations. It includes research on material behavior (physical and mechanical) in manufacturing processes and design; design of mechanical systems (for example, power, micro-electro-mechanical systems and transportation); design methodology; automation, robotics and unmanned machinery; manufacturing and mechanical systems(reliability, safety, and optimization); CAD/CAM theory and applications; computational geometry and geometrical modeling, composite structure; beam and plasma assisted manufacturing.
THERMAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (TSE)Mohamed Abdou, Vijay Dhir, Tim Fisher, Yongjie Hu (Chair), Y. Sungtaek Ju, Pirouz Kavehpour, Adrienne Lavine, Jayathi Murthy, Laurent PilonThis program includes studies of convection, radiation, conduction, evaporation, condensation, boiling, two-phase flow, chemically reacting and radiating flow, instability and turbulent flow, and reactive flows in porous media. Please consult with a MAE counselor if you have questions about this. W. Varga, MatrixInteractive Analysis, Prentice-Hall, 1962). (MAE237B/EE287), 7.J. Restriction: Mechanical Engineering Majors have first consideration for enrollment. Design of gas supply systems. ENGRMAE284. The department does not endorse the Engineering Science TBA over other TBAs, but does want to point out the flexibility of the Engineering Science TBA. ENGRMAE221. ENGRMAE218P. Students in catalog 2006 and thereafter are required to satisfy the Technical Breadth Requirement (12 units). ENGRMAE223A. Use of measuring instruments, hand tools, lathe, mill, drill press, bandsaw, grinder, welding equipment.
Introduction to climate change science and impacts on the health of people and the planet with a focus on the multi-dimensional aspects of solutions to the climate crisis. Introduction to finite-difference solutions. Three dimensional flow: slender-body theory. dissertation research should select the majorityof their four electives from Sections VIII-XVI. Flow over aircraft wings and airfoils: Kutta-Joukowski theory, lift, moment, and drag. Radiation-conduction interaction. A comprehensive group design project experience that involves identifying customer needs, idea generation, reverse engineering, preliminary design, standards, prototype development, testing, analysis, and redesign of a product involving fluid, thermal, and mechanical components. Geometric Nonlinear Control. ENGRMAE247P. Current Issues Related to Air Quality, Climate, and Energy. 4 Units. Fundamentals of shape-changing trusses, frames, and panels. NOTE: The MECH&AE DepartmentENFORCES all requisites for their courses through MyUCLA enrollment. Modeling, stability, and systems specifications. 4 Units. 1-4 Units.
Not offered every year. Presentation of advanced topics and reports of current research efforts in mechanical engineering. Micro-System Design. In particular, this option enables you to gain more depth within your AE/or ME major should you wish to do so. Consult this Catalog for the most current, officially approved courses and curricula. Ordinary differential equations, including analytical and numerical solution methods, stability, and phase portraits. ENGRMAE120. ENGRMAE239. Restriction: Mechanical Engineering Majors have first consideration for enrollment. 9.B. ENGRMAE130B with a grade of C- or better. first day of attendance is required to form groups and/or submit the first homework assignment, Students who are interested in courses with a wait list should secure a spot on the wait list for best chance of enrollment. ENGRMAE195. A petition may be necessary. Cognitive Artificial Intelligence, Any other course approved by the field committee, STATS C161. Covers elasticity, plasticity, visco-elasticity, visco-plasticity, fracture and fatigue. For undergraduate Engineering majors in supervised but independent reading, research, or design. Studies in selected areas of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
Restriction: Mechanical Engineering Majors have first consideration for enrollment. ENGRMAE214P. University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles, California 90095-1361, Main telephone: 310-825-4321 (campus operator), Speech- and hearing-impaired access: TTY 310-825-2833. Restriction: Seniors only. ENGRMAE155. 4 Units. Phys.
Practical techniques and use of industry tools that improve the engineering design process by simulating the performance of design options prior to the costly steps of prototyping and manufacturing are covered.
Applications to nonlinear control methods, such as sliding mode or adaptive techniques. If you have scheduling issues, please contact the MAE counselors IMMEDIATELY and please include your UCLA UID. 4 Units. ENGRMAE110. 1-4 Units.
4 Units. 4 Units. ENGRMAE107. Prerequisite: PHYSICS7C and MATH2D and MATH2E and MATH3D and (ENGRMAE30 or ENGRCEE30 or ENGR30) and (ENGRMAE80 or ENGRCEE80 or ENGR80). 4 Units.
ENGRMAE230B. Understanding different physical phenomena at small scales, the differences between nano and micro robotics, common fabrication, and different mechanisms of locomotion and environmental interaction. by E. Teller, Vol. Gradient projection, penalty functions, and Lagrange methods. Basic principles, design, and operation of solar and other renewable energy systems including solar photo-voltaic, solar thermal, wind, and PEM fuel cell. Analysis methods and technological and policy approaches for environmental impact mitigation examined. ENGRMAE280. Topics materials synthesis techniques, thin film deposition, nanoparticle and nanowire growth, characterization with electrons and X-rays, forces and surface interactions at the nanoscale, structure-property scaling laws, and atomistic/multiscale computer modeling. Prerequisite: ENGRMAE170. Mechanics of Solids and Structures. 4 Units. 4 Units. Aerospace Engineering Majors have first consideration for enrollment. Root locus, Nyquist, and Bode methods of analysis and design. ENGRMAE295. by K. J. Button, Vol.
4 Units. Principles and methods of optimal control. The program must comprise at least 12 quarter units and 3 courses in graduate work. Instead you are moving EC ENGR 100 and MAT SCI 104 from required department courses to the technical breadth requirement in Engineering Science. Since you will be in the same lab at the same times for both quarters you must pay attention to conflicts. Press, 1961. Materials fee. The Newton-Euler, Work/Energy, and Impulse/Momentum methods are explored for ascertaining the dynamics of particles and rigid bodies. Premixed, nonpremixed, and heterogenous reactions, with emphasis on kinetics, thermal ignition, turbulent flame propogation, detonations, explosions, flammability limits, diffusion flame, quenching, flame stabilization, and particle and spray combustion. ENGRMAE252. Sources, dispersion, and effects of air pollutants. 4 Units.
R. Orlander, FundamentalAspects of Nuclear Reactor Fuel Elements, Technical Information Center, Dept of Energy, 1976. Fundamentals and principles of statistical experimental design and analysis. Repeatability: May be taken for credit 3 times. Students wishing to emphasize fusionengineering in their PhD. ENGRMAE254P. 4 Units. Fundamentals of Experimental Design.
4 Units. 4 Units. Students in catalog 2015-2016 and prior please read below to see how this may affect you: If you did not take MATH 33B, you can switch to the latest catalog and take MECH&AE 82 (formerly 182A) instead. (MAE235C), 15.D. ENGRMAE298. Fundamentals of Microfabrication.
Introduction to the kinematics and dynamics of particles and rigid bodies. Repeatability: May be repeated for credit unlimited times. (MAE235A), 9.Bell and S. Glasstone, Nuclear ReactorTheory, Van Nostrand, 1970. ENGRMAE231. Turbulent transport of scalar quantities. Shock structure. Prerequisite: ENGRMAE270A and ENGRMAE241.
Review of thermodynamics, sound speed, stagnation properties. Applied Plasma Physics and Fusion Engineering. Environmental Engineering majors have second consideration for enrollment. Includes power generation, storage, and transmission for stationary power generation. 4 Units.
Thermal Resistance Analysis in Microdevices and Nanomaterials. A petition for this may be necessary. Application of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics to basic flow processes and cycle performance in chemical propulsion systems: gas turbines, ramjets, scramjets, and rockets. Engineering Electrochemistry: Fundamentals and Applications. Using the mathematics of differential geometry, a number of the concepts and results of linear systems theory have been extended to nonlinear systems. Generalized thermodynamics develops the laws of continuum thermodynamics from a set of plausible and intuitive postulates. Numerical techniques are also included. Counts as Mathematics and Basic Sciences for ABET, total units Mathematics and Basic Sciences = 50. Introduction to electrochemistry and electrocatalysis; nature of fuel-cell electrodes and electrolytes; charge transfer reactions at interfaces; charge transport and mass transport processes; fuel processing reactions; determination of fuel cell efficiency, fuel flexibility, emissions, and other characteristics. Manufacturing aspects will also be covered. EE282B. Introduction to electric and electromagnetic rocket thrusters, nuclear rockets, and solar sails. 222), 4.T. ENGRMAE251. Turbulent Free Shear Flows. Experimental analysis of fluid flow, heat transfer, and thermodynamic systems. Special topics by individual faculty in major fields of interest. Repeatability: May be taken for credit for 12 units as topics vary. 4 Units. Nature of aerodynamic forces, drag and lift of wing and fuselage, high-lift devices, level-flight performance, climb and glide performance, range, endurance, take-off and landing distances, static and dynamic stability and control. Topics addressed vary each quarter. Report writing is emphasized and a design project is required. Mechanical Engineering majors have second consideration for enrollment. 4 Units. Committee approval of any proposed course work group will depend on such factors as the students major field interests, and the breadth of his or her prior mathematical course work record. Viscous boundary layers, basic concepts in turbulent flow, separated flows, thermal transport, two-dimensional supersonic flow, shock polars, supersonic airfoils, conical flows. Not offered every year. Not offered every year. 4 Units. The remainder of the examination will cover material from the elective sections of the syllabus.In advance of the examination, each student shall inform his adviser of the core elective topics on which he wishes to be tested. Design for Human Movement. Discusses background and current research, with assignments covering independent reading, computer simulations, and a final project. We advise you check-in with your OASA counselor to discuss if you have questions. ENGRMAE113. Prerequisite: ENGRMAE52 and (ENGRMAE80 or ENGRCEE80 or ENGR80) and (MATH3A or I&CSCI6N). Computational Fluid Dynamics.
While Fluent is the choice of software, all major CFD packages are based on a similar numerical method. Introduction to reinforcement learning. Materials Science and Engr Majors have first consideration for enrollment. The fundamentals of thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, and heat transfer are first. 4 Units.
ENGRMAE259. Emphasis is on computational methods, simulation, and modern applications in engineering, system concepts, applied optimal control, differential games, and computer process control. Analytical and experimental investigation in aerodynamics, fluid dynamics, and heat transfer. Mechanics of Smart Structures. Individual Research. Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning, COMSCI/STATS M232A.
Boltzmann equation. Machines and processes of mechanical manufacturing. If the course is full and then the wait list spots become full then your next course of action is to utilize the. Students taking individual study for design are to submit a written paper to the instructor and to the Undergraduate Student Affairs Office in the School of Engineering. ENGRMAE253. Materials Science and Engr Majors have first consideration for enrollment. 4 Units. ENGRMAE230C. Materials fee. Special Topics in Signals and Systems, COMSCI CM224. D. Richtmyer andK. ENGRMAE200A. Aerospace Engineering Majors have first consideration for enrollment. Restriction: Aerospace Engineering Majors only.
ENGRMAE80 with a grade of C- or better.
Seminar: Special Topics in Dynamic Systems Control, ECE 239AS. Motivation for composite materials. Inertial Navigation. Composite Materials and Structures. You can then replace EC ENGR 100 and MAT SCI 104 with additional major electives from the available list of electives.
The program must comprise at least 12 quarter units in graduate work. Introduction to Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning, COMSCI/ECE M146. Materials fee. 4 Units. ENGRMAE255. ENGRMAE52.
(EE2858), 7.R. Course may be offered online. Restriction: Aerospace Engineering Majors have first consideration for enrollment. The program must comprise at least 12 quarter units and 3 courses in graduate work. Prerequisite: ENGRMAE200A and ENGRMAE200B. ENGRMAE272. Dynamics and Control of Aerospace Vehicles. Fundamentals of Turbulence. Provides a basic understanding of 1) theory, operation, and performance characteristics of a strapdown inertial navigation system (INS), (2) distinction between strap down and gimbaled INS, (3) Kalman filtering theory and its application to strap down INS aiding. Gross, FusionEnergy, Wiley & Sons, 1982.
Please note you are not double counting EC ENGR 100 and MAT SCI 104. M. Stacey, Jr.,Fusion Plasma Analysis, Wiley, 1981. If a MECH&AE course is full, you should submit the, Effective Winter 2017 the following labs are now deemed impacted: MECH&AE 157 MECH&AE 162D MECH&AE 162E MECH&AE M183B This means students who are admitted to the course have a 2nd week drop deadline enforced, which is the deadline for impacted courses. Prerequisite: Required: Undergraduate-level knowledge of applied engineering thermodynamics. Krall and A. W.Trivelpiece, Principles of Plasma Physics, McGraw-Hill, 1973. (MAE236B ), 20.L. Phys. ENGRMAE193. MATH2D with a grade of C- or better. APPLIED PLASMA PHYSICSMohamed Abdou, ChairResearch in Applied Plasma Physics and Fusion Engineering is an appropriate advanced extension of traditional research and multi-disciplinary graduate-oriented field. The material described in sections ill through XVI is containedin one or more appropriate courses, as indicated in the syllabus foreach section. Linear Gaussian systems and the Kalman Filter. Restrictions: DESIGN, ROBOTICS, AND MANUFACTURINGMohamed Abdou, Tyler Clites, Rajit Gadh, Greg Carman, Dennis Hong, Jonathan Hopkins, Xiaochun Li, Jacob Rosen (Chair), Veronica Santos, Tsu-Chin TsaoThe program is developed around an integrated approach to manufacturing and mechanical product design. diamagnetic loops, H.Particle detectorsand velocity analyzers, I.Laser diagnostics:Thomson scattering and holography in the far-IR, IR, and visible, VII.Fusion plasma physicsand analysis (MAE237B/EE287), B.Radiation processes:bremsstrahlung, synchrotron and recombination radiation, D.Fokker-Planck equation;equilibrium and slowing down rates, F.Plasma burn modes;burn kinetics and thermal stability; Q calculation of driven plama reactors, G.Mirror reactor physics;tandem mirror burn dynamics, H.Tokamak reactor physics; limits, transport, start-up and burn dynamics, VIII.Plasma engineering and technology (MAE237B/EE287,MAE237C/EE288), B.Physics and technologyof limiters, divertors, and direct converters, D.Technology of plasmaheating: neutral beams. Micro-System Design. (4 courses). Radiative Heat Transfer. Prerequisite: MATH2A or MATH5A. ENGRMAE93. Restriction: Mechanical Engineering Majors have first consideration for enrollment. ENGRMAE199. Not offered every year. Prerequisite: ENGRMAE230A is recommended. ENGRMAE157. Please follow enrollment instructions outlined at the main. Introduction to nanoscale materials and experimental and computational techniques. Basic concepts are also central in various branches of theoretical physics and mathematical finance; examples are discussed. Conduction, heat and mass transfer by convection in laminar flow, radiation heat transfer, and combined modes of heat and mass transfer. 4 Units. Projects include initial brainstorming to final design, with a formal presentation. Students are required to use existing software (or develop new algorithms) to design various mechanisms for new applications. ENGRMAE286. A. Corequisite: ENGRMAE60 ENGRMAE257. Topics include discussions of physical behavior, mathematical formalism and measurement techniques. Constructional and laboratory testing of analog circuits, and introduction to data acquisition. Aircraft Performance.
Restriction: Mechanical Engineering Majors have first consideration for enrollment. Unsupervised learning: clustering and dimensionality reduction. Foundations of Statistical Machine Learning, ECE C247. Special Topics in Mechanical Systems.
If you are additionally interested in C++ programming you can take COM SCI 31 and try to apply it as a Technical Breadth Requirement in the Engineering Science area OR the CS Tech Breadth area. 15.Nonlinear WaveEffects in Laboratory Plasmas: A Comparison Between Theory and Experiment,M. ENGRMAE150L.
Aerospace Engineering Majors have first consideration for enrollment. Prerequisite: ENGRMAE112 and ENGRMAE136 and ENGRMAE158. Applied Engineering Thermodynamics. 4 Units.
Prerequisite: ENGRMAE30 or ENGR30 or ENGRCEE30.
Elements and principles of computer-aided engineering with modern hardware and software are presented with a design focus. 180E, 222A, MAE2378 (EE287), M237C (EE288), 236B, 235B. Nanoscale Materials for Modern Electronics. Materials Science and Engr Majors have first consideration for enrollment. 1 Unit.
The study topics include science, fabrication technologies, devices, systems, material processing, intelligent material systems, flow phenomena, heat transfer, and biotechnologies at the micron/nano scales.
Introduction to basic diagnostic techniques.