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    Boilers and Burners

    Design and Theory
    Series: Mechanical Engineering Series
    Basu, Prabir, Kefa, Cen, Jestin, Louis

    2000, XIII, 588 p., 262 illus., Hardcover
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    A joint effort of three continents, this book is about rational utilization of the fossil fuels for generation of heat or power. It provides a synthesis of two scientific traditions: the high-performance, but often proprietary, Western designs, and the elaborate national standards based on less advanced Eastern designs; it presents both in the same Western format. It is intended for engineers and advanced undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in steam power plants, burners, or furnaces. The text uses a format of practice based on theory: each chapter begins with an explanation of a process, with basic theory developed from first principles; then empirical relationships are presented and, finally, design methods are explained by worked out examples. It will thus provide researchers with a resource for applications of theory to practice. Plant operators will find solutions to and explanations of many of their daily operational problems. Designers will find this book ready with required data, design methods and equations. Finally, consultants will find it very useful for design evaluation.
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    RESEARCH

    Professor Ullman's research has centered on understanding how individual and teams solve design problems. This research has focused on the study of how different design methodologies support the design process and how to improve these methods. Further, research has included an effort to support sketch capture and decomposition to aid in the conceptual phase of design. These efforts have been investigated with other researchers from computer science, manufacturing engineering, business and psychology.
    Current focus is on the support of decision making by teams of designers, developing metrics for assessing the design process and the use of Tagunchi's methods in the early stages of the design process and in decision making.
    He is an active member of the research community. In 1986, reacting to a lack of mechanisms for reporting on design research, he founded the ASME Design Theory and Methodology Committee.


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    Measuring and Improving Your Concurrent Capabilities
    Assessing Concurrent Engineering
    The Information Requests of Mechanical Design Engineers
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    The Evolution of Commitments in the Design of a Component

    Taxonomy for Classifying Engineering Decision Problems and Support Systems

    A Model of the Mechanical Design Process Based on Empirical Data

    The Importance of Drawing in the Mechanical Design Process

    Toward the Ideal Mechanical Engineering Design Support System

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    Turbomachinery : design & theory (Mechanical engineering series, Vol. 160)
    Author(s) : GORLA Rama S., KHAN Aijaz Ahmed
    Publication date : 12-2003
    Language : ENGLISH
    424p. 23.5x15.9 Hardback
    Status : In Print (Delivery time : 12 days)

    DescriptionClearly presenting the theory and design of turbomachines with step-by-step procedures and worked-out examples, this reference/text emphasizes fundamental principles and construction guidelines for enclosed rotators, such as pumps and fans. It contains end-of-chapter problem and solution sets, design formulations, and equations for clear understanding of key aspects in machining function, selection, assembly, and construction.
    SummaryIntroduction: Dimensional Analysis: Basic Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics. Hydraulic Pumps. Hydraulic Turbines. Centrifugal Compressors and Fans. Axial Flow Compressors and Fan. Steam Turbines. Axial Flow and Radial Flow Gas Turbine. Cavitation in Hydraulic Machinery. Index.
    Subject areas covered:
    • Mathematics and physics / Mechanics / hydraulics, hydrodynamics
    • Mechanical engineering and construction / Motors, turbines, compressors, pumps
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    ME 699 – Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering
    Lubrication Theory and Design
    Fall 2002 Class Procedures & Syllabus
    August, 2002 1 of 5 class_1_ME_699.doc
    Course Description
    This course combines elements of metrology, tribology and classical lubrication theory in the study of
    mechanical components such as bearings and mechanical seals. Theories of rough surfaces, friction
    and wear will be overviewed. How these are affected by the addition of a fluid lubricant will be
    examined in detail. The fundamental design equations such as Reynolds equation will be derived.
    Methods of solution will be detailed including analytical, statistical and numerical.
    Textbook
    Fluid Film Lubrication
    , by A. Szeri

    Additional References
    Class Handouts and detailed notes.
    Professor
    Dr. L.S. Stephens, Associate Professor of ME
    Office: RGAN 179, Phone: 257-MEEN, ext. 80649
    e-mail:

    Office hours: 2:30-4:00 TR or by appointment
    (appointments may be scheduled in the ME Office (RGAN 1
    st floor; 257-2662) or by e-mail)

    Class Time:
    9:30-10:45 a.m, Tuesday and Thursday

    Classroom:
    RGAN 203

    Basis for Grades:
    Homework Assignments 20%
    Paper Reviews 20%
    Midterm Exam I 20%
    Midterm Exam II 20%
    Final Paper/Project 20%
    100%
    Based upon the above assignments, a final letter grade will be given at the end of the semester.
    However, you may use the following scale which represents guaranteed grades for a certain level of
    performance.
    A 90-100%
    B 80-90%
    C 70-80%
    D 60-70%
    F below 60
    Homework Assignments
    Eleven (11) homework assignments will be given throughout the semester. Each problem set will be
    collected before the class on the date it is due. Late homework assignments WILL NOT BE
    ACCEPTED unless: 1) the student is absent from the class on which the homework is due; AND 2)
    the student can produce official written documentation of an acceptable reason for excused absences
    as listed in Student Rights and Responsibilities (5.2.4.2).
    ME 699 – Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering
    Lubrication Theory and Design
    Fall 2002 Class Procedures & Syllabus
    August, 2002 2 of 5 class_1_ME_699.doc
    Use of Computers
    Several homework assignments will require the use of computers to complete. You are required to use
    Matlab to perform these calculations. If you do not have access to Matlab, please inform the
    instructor as soon as possible so arrangements can be made.
    Collaboration on Homework
    Discussion between students on homework assignments is acceptable, however, each student is
    expected to perform his/her own work when attempting the assigned problems.
    Paper Reviews
    Approximately seven paper reviews are required throughout the semester (consult the syllabus for due
    dates). Each of the required paper reviews will come with a different set of instructions that will be
    given to you at least 1 week in advance of the paper review due date. The reviews will be of technical
    papers taken from archival journals such as
    ASME Journal of Tribology and STLE Tribology
    Transactions.
    These papers represent recent and classical contributions to the field of machine
    component design that make use of the design and analysis techniques covered in this class.

    Examinations
    Two (2) midterm examinations will be given during the semester. Consult the syllabus for the
    tentative date of the midterm exams. A design project will be given in lieu of the final examination.
    Examination and Homework Grade Appeals
    A student may wish to appeal the grading of an examination or homework assignment to the professor.
    In that instance, the
    appeal must be written in detail, and submitted to the professor at least 24 hours
    before any student/professor conference regarding the appeal and no more than 2 weeks after the
    graded assignment has been returned.
    No verbal appeals will be considered and no written appeals
    will be accepted after the 2 week deadline.

    Make-up examinations WILL NOT BE GIVEN unless: 1) the student is absent from class on the day
    of the examination; AND 2) the student can produce official written documentation of an acceptable
    reason for excused absences as listed in Student Rights and Responsibilities (5.2.4.2).
    Final Paper
    Each student must conceive and write a report on a technical project related to lubrication, tribology or
    metrology. This project may include theoretical and/or experimental work. This report must be in the
    format of a technical article that may be submitted to a conference or a technical journal. The required
    format is that for manuscripts that are submitted to the
    ASME Journal of Tribology. The details can be
    found on line. If you plan on submitting your work to a journal or conference, you may substitute the
    formatting requirements for that publication. This paper is due Tuesday, May 4th, at 3:00 p.m. and is
    to be turned in to Naomi Norasak in the ME-office. Each student will have to make a presentation on
    their final project. These presentations will be in class on April 27
    th and 29th. The presentation must
    be done in MS power point and presented using a computer/projector format. Each student is
    responsible for his/her own presentation hardware (computers, projectors, etc.).

    Academic Integrity
    Students are expected to maintain exemplary ethical standards. In the unlikely instance that a breach
    of academic integrity is suspected, it will be administered in strict accordance with the university
    policy on academic integrity. The University regards cheating and plagiarism as very serious offenses
    for which the minimum punishment for either is an “E” in the course.
    ME 699 – Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering
    Lubrication Theory and Design
    Fall 2002 Class Procedures & Syllabus
    August, 2002 3 of 5 class_1_ME_699.doc
    Religious Holidays
    Students MAY be entitled to an excused absence for the purpose of observing major religious
    holidays; however, the student MUST notify the instructor in writing prior to the last day for adding a
    class.
    List of Topics to be Covered
    1) Introduction
    2) Navier Stokes Equations
    3) Laminar Flow (Couette and Pouisieulle)
    4) Derivation of Reynolds Equation
    5) Analytical Solutions to 1-D Slider Bearings/Seals
    6) Numerical Solutions to 1-D Slider Bearings/Seals
    7) Numerical Solutions to 2-D Slider Bearings/Seals
    8) Analytical Solutions to Journal Bearings
    9) Squeeze Film Effects
    10) Stiffness and Damping Coefficients for Journal Bearings
    11) Introduction to Friction, Wear and Metrology
    Assignment: Start Reading Chapter 1

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    This course studies the analysis and design of machines. The focus is on the position, velocity and acceleration properties of linkages, cams and gearing. The dynamic analysis of linkages is developed using both Newton's Laws and Lagranges equations.

    MAE 183: Computer Aided Mechanism Design

    This class presents the theory and practice of the design of planar and spherical four-bar linkages. The task is defined as a set of planar positions or spatial orientations of the floating link. Geometric constraint equaitons are solved to determine the hinges of the system.

    MAE 188: Engineering Design in Industry

    This class presents the principles of engineering design in the context of an industrial application. Local manufacturing firms define an engineering design project to be completed by students in 10 weeks. Beginning with a goal statement and specifications, the students research technical issues, generate design concepts, organize a design review, and obtain results for a final presentation.

    MAE 195: Engineering Project Development

    This class presents the basic principles of project organization, planning, execution combined with quality management that is required in a role of engineering leadership. The intent is to provide our students the knowledge necessary to successfully organize, execute, and ensure quality in a project development activity within an existing company, or in one that they create.

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    This class presents the geometric analysis of articulated mechanical systems. The emphasis is on developing the kinematics equations, solving the inverse kinematics problem, and understanding the Jacobian. This mathematical theory lies at the foundation for the analysis, design, and control of robotic systems.

    MAE 244: Theoretical Kinematics

    This class presents the mathematical theory underlying the analysis of general spatial mechanisms and robots. The focus is on the geometry of rigid transformations. The differential properties of spatial movement are studied using screw theory. Clifford algebras are introduced to provide a mathematical framework for quaternion, dual quaternion and double quaternion techniques.

    MAE 245: Spatial Mechanism Design

    This class presents the mathematics required for the geometric synthesis of spatial linkage systems. Design equations are derived for planar, spherical and spatial 2R open chains, as well as SS, and CC open chains. These equations are solved using algebraic elimination theory to obtain exact solutions for a discrete taskspace. Optimization techniques are used to fit the linkage workspace to a continuous taskspace.

    MAE 246: Algebraic Geometry in Kinematics

    This class presents the algebraic theory of polynomials necessary to solve a large number of analysis problems in Robot Kinematics. The emphasis is on deriving and solving the polynomial systems for inverse kinematics of serial manipulators and the forward kinematics for parallel manipulators. Resultants, sparse matrix elimination, and polynomial homotopy continuation methods will be the focus of study.

    MAE 248: Differential Kinematics

    An introduction to the differential geometry of rigid motion in the plane, on the sphere, and in three-dimensional space; curvature properties of trajectories of points and lines; and local properties of constraint manifolds that define the workspace of serial and parallel robotic systems.






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    Research in Engineering Design is an international journal that publishes research papers on design theory and methodology in mechanical, civil, chemical, electrical, architectural, and manufacturing engineering as well as software engineering. The journal is designed for professionals in industry, government and academia interested in research issues relevant to design practice. Papers emphasize underlying principles of engineering design and discipline-oriented research where results are of interest or extendible to other engineering domains. General areas of interest include theories of design, foundations of design environments, representations and languages, models of design processes, and integration of design and manufacturing. Representative topics include functional representation, feature-based design, shape grammars, process design, redesign, product data base models, and empirical studies.

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