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    MEEG4003 Intermediate Dynamics (SP) Principles and application of dynamics from a more advanced point of view than in MEEG 2013. Topics include use of rotating reference frames, kinematics, and kinetics of rigid bodies in 3 dimensions, and oscillations. Prerequisite: MEEG 2013.
    MEEG4213 Control of Mechanical Systems (FA) Mathematical modeling for feedback control of dynamic mechanical systems with design techniques using LaPlace transforms, state variables, root locus, frequency analysis, and criteria for performance and stability. (Same as CENG 4403, CSEG 4403, ELEG 4403) Prerequisite: MEEG 3113.
    MEEG4223 System and Signal Analysis (IR) Discrete and continuous time dynamic systems, convolution, Fourier and z-transforms, FFT, stability, frequency response, filtering, state variable models, and analysis. Digital system simulation. Masons Rule. Credit cannot be earned for both MEEG 4233 and ELEG 3123. Prerequisite: (ELEG 2113 or ELEG 3903) and MATH 3404.
    MEEG4233 Microprocessors in Mechanical Engineering I: Electromechanical Systems (IR) Microcomputer architectural, programming, and interfacing. Smart product design (microprocessor-based design). Control of DC and stepper motors and interfacing to sensors. Applications to robotics and real-time control. Mobile robot project. Digital and analog electronics are reviewed where required. Prerequisite: ELEG 3913.
    MEEG4303 Materials Laboratory (SP) A study of properties, uses, testing, and heat treatment of basic engineering materials. Lecture 1 hour, laboratory 4 hours per week. Corequisite: MEEG 4300L. Prerequisite: MEEG 2303 and MEEG 3013.
    MEEG4303H Honors Materials Laboratory (SP) A study of properties, uses, testing, and heat treatment of basic engineering materials. Lecture 1 hour, laboratory 4 hours per week. Corequisite: MEEG 4300L. Prerequisite: MEEG 2303 and MEEG 3013.
    MEEG4413 Heat Transfer (SP, SU) Basic thermal energy transport processes; conduction, convection, and radiation; and the mathematical analysis of systems involving these processes in both steady and time-dependent cases. Prerequisite: MEEG 3503.
    MEEG4423 Power Generation (IR) Study of design and operational aspects of steam, gas, and combined cycle power plants. Brief study of Nuclear and Alternative energy systems. Prerequisite: MEEG 2403.
    MEEG4433 Aerospace Propulsion (IR) Principles, operation, and characteristics of gas turbine and rocket engines. Brief study of novel spacecraft propulsion systems. Prerequisite: MEEG 3503.
    MEEG4443 Thermal and Vibration Analysis and Testing of Electronics (IR) Packaging, manufacture, and failure mechanisms of boards and assemblies. Analysis of overheating, thermal stress, and vibration. Laboratory testing and environmental stress screening. Corequisite: MEEG 4440L. Prerequisite: INEG 4513 or ELEG 4273.
    MEEG4440L Thermal and Vibration Analysis and Testing of Electronics Laborat ory (IR) Laboratory 1 hour per week in support of MEEG 4443. Corequisite: MEEG 4443.
    MEEG4453 Industrial Waste and Energy Management (SP) Applications of thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, and electric machinery to the analysis of waste streams and energy consumption for industrial facilities. Current techniques and technologies for waste minimization and energy conservation including energy-consuming systems and processes, utility rate analysis, economic analysis and auditing are taught. Prerequisite: MEEG 4413.
    MEEG4473 Indoor Environmental Control (FA) Gives student a thorough understanding of the fundamental theory of air conditioning design for commercial buildings, including calculating heating and cooling loads along with the proper selection and sizing of air conditioning equipment. Prerequisite: MEEG 4413.
    MEEG4483 Thermal Systems Analysis and Design (FA, SU) Analysis design and optimization of thermal systems and components with examples from such areas as power generation, refrigeration, and propulsion, Availability loss characteristics of energy systems and availability conservation methods. Prerequisite: MEEG 4413.
    MEEG4523 Astronautics (IR) Study of spacecraft design and operations. Prerequisite: MEEG 2013 and MEEG 2403.
    MEEG4603 Basic Nuclear Engineering (SP) Principles of atomic and nuclear physics, including: fusion and fission reactions, radioactive decay, and neutron interactions. Introduction to nuclear reactor theory, types, components, and behavior. Prerequisite: PHYS 2074 and MATH 2574.
    MEEG4623 Radiation Protection and Shielding (IR) Aspects of personnel radiation protection and shielding design as applied to the operating nuclear power plant, research laboratory, or other nuclear facility. Prerequisite: PHYS 2074 and MATH 2574.
    MEEG4633 Nuclear Power Generation (IR) Thermal energy analysis and design of nuclear power reactors and power plants including thermodynamical analysis of components and cycle, thermal hydraulic aspects, core energy distribution, and fluid transients. Emphasis is on pressurized water reactors and boiling water reactors. Prerequisite: MEEG 3503 and MATH 3404 and MEEG 2403.
    MEEG4703 Mathematical Methods in Engineering (FA) Determinants, matrices, simultaneous equations, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, and coordinate transformations of matrices; vector algebra and calculus, integral theorems, curvilinear coordinates, covariant and contravariant tensors. Applications of tensor algebra and calculus to mechanics. Prerequisite: MATH 2574.
    MEEG4813 Air Pollution Abatement (SP) Design of air pollution abatement systems and equipment including cyclones, bag filters, and scrubbers. Other topics discussed are air pollution regulations: permitting, dispersion modeling, and national air quality standards.
    MEEG4843 Environmentally Conscious Design and Manufacturing (FA) The course will provide an introduction to the environmental aspects of production design and illustrate the consequences and costs of waste generation and pollution abatement. The course will also define pollution prevention and waste minimization techniques and will introduce the student to the design for the environment (DfE) concept, life cycle analysis, and total quality environmental management techniques.
    MEEG5003 Continuum Mechanics (SP) Cartesian tensor and index notation; Legrangian and Euleria description; analyses of stress and strain, coordinate transformations, invariants, principal values and principal directions, stress and strain quadrics, equations of equilibrium, and compatibility equations; Reynolds transport theorem, balance of momenta, continuity equation, 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics, application to solids and fluids. Prerequisite: MEEG 3013 and MEEG 4703.
    MEEG5013 Advanced Mechanical Vibrations (IR) Continuation of MEEG 4013 with a more analytic approach. Included are techniques for modeling and understanding the vibratory behavior of multi-degree of freedom discrete systems, continuous systems, nonlinear systems, and random variables. Prerequisite: MEEG 4013.
    MEEG5033 Advanced Mechanics of Materials I (IR) Combined stress, theories of failure, thick-walled cylinders, bending of unsymmetrical sections, torsion in noncircular section, plate stresses, and strain energy analysis. Prerequisite: MEEG 2013 and MEEG 3013.
    MEEG5103 Structural Dynamics (FA) The forced and random vibration response of complex structural systems are studied through the use of the finite element method. Computational aspects of these problems are discussed and digital computer applications undertaken. Prerequisite: MEEG 4103 and graduate standing.
    MEEG5113 Modal Analysis Methods (SP) Fundamental concepts of both analytical and experimental modal analysis methods are examined and applied to the study of complex structural systems. Computational aspects of these problems are discussed, and digital computer applications undertaken with experimental verification. Prerequisite: MEEG 5103 and graduate standing.
    MEEG5123 Finite Elements Methods II (SP) Development and application of finite element (FE) methods used to solve transient and two-dimensional boundary value problems. Applications are taken from solid and fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and acoustics. Emphasis is placed on the FE methodology in order to make accessible the research literature and commercial software manuals, and to encourage responsible use and interpretation of FE analysis. May be repeated for 3 hours. Prerequisite: MEEG 4123 and graduate standing or consent.
    MEEG5143 Advanced Machine Design (SU) Application of advanced topics such as probability theory, fracture mechanics, and computer methods to the design and analysis of complex mechanical systems. Prerequisite: MEEG 4103 and graduate standing.
    MEEG5213 Microprocessors in Mechanical Engineering II Real-time Control (IR) Feedback control system theory and design. C programming. Microcontroller interfacing. Real-time control of electromechanical systems in laboratory projects using a single-board computer as the controller. Prerequisite: MEEG 4233.
    MEEG5263 Introduction to Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (FA) A study of mechanics and devices on the micro scale. Course topics will include: introduction to micro scales, fundamentals of micro fabrication, surface and bulk micromaching, device packaging, device reliability, examples of micro sensors and actuators. Recitation three hours per week.
    MEEG5273 Electronic Packaging (FA) An introductory treatment of electronic packaging from single chip to multichip including materials, electrical design, thermal design, mechanical design, package modeling and simulation, processing considerations, reliability, and testing. Credit cannot be earned for both MEEG 5273 and ELEG 5273. (Same as ELEG 5273) Prerequisite: (ELEG 3213 or ELEG 3913) and MATH 3404.
    MEEG5303 Physical Metallurgy (IR) Physical and chemical properties of solids and the application of materials in commerce. Lecture 4 hours per week. Prerequisite: MATH 3404.
    MEEG5313 Materials and Design (IR) Analysis, design, and testing of high strength and modulus materials, brittle materials, composites, and anisotropic materials. Effect of environment on design with particular emphasis on nuclear application. Prerequisite: MATH 3404 and graduate standing.
    MEEG5393 Engineering Materials Topics (IR) Detailed study of selected materials engineering topics; topics will vary, buy may include diffusion processes in solids, thermodynamics of solids, fracture of materials, failure analysis, advanced techniques in electron microscopy, analytical methods in materials science, advanced corrosion and engineering, etc. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
    MEEG5403 Advanced Thermodynamics (SP) An in-depth review of classical thermodynamics, including availability analysis, combustion, and equilibrium, with an introduction to quantum mechanics and statistical thermodynamics. Prerequisite: (MEEG 2403 and MATH 3404).
    MEEG5423 Statistical Thermodynamics (IR) Concepts and techniques for describing high temperature and chemically reactive gases from a molecular point of view. introductory kinetic theory, chemical thermodynamics, and statistical mechanics applied. Prerequisite: MEEG 2403 and MATH 2574.
    MEEG5433 Combustion (FA, Even years) Introduction to combustion of solid, liquid, and gaseous fuels. Equilibrium and kinetics of hydrocarbon oxidation, laminar and turbulent flames, premixed and non-premixed combustion processes, ignition, quenching, stability, emissions, diagnostics. Prerequisite: (MEEG 2403 and MATH 3404).
    MEEG5453 Advanced Heat Transfer (FA) More in-depth study of topics covered in MEEG 4413, Heat Transfer, and coverage of some additional topics. Prerequisite: MEEG 4413 or CHEG 3143 or equivalent.
    MEEG5463 Conduction and Convection Heat Transfer (SU, Odd years) Deeper, broader coverage of topics studied in MEEG 4413 and 5453. Steady and transient, one and multidimensional conduction with emphasis on solution methods, analytical and numerical. Forced and free convection in laminar and turbulent, internal and external flow. Porous media heat and mass transfer and/or mass diffusion. Prerequisite: MEEG 5453 or equivalent.
    MEEG5473 Radiation Heat Transfer (SU, Even years) Spectral analysis, radiant exchange in gray and non-gray enclosures, gas radiation, and multi-mode heat transfer. Prerequisite: MEEG 5453 or equivalent.
    MEEG5503 Advanced Fluid Dynamics I (SP) A basic survey of the characteristics of fluid flow under a variety of conditions with examples. Begins with a derivation of the Navier-Stokes equations and an evaluation of the dimensionless groups found from these equations. Topics to be covered include viscous laminar and turbulent boundary layers, jets and wakes, Stokes flow, inviscid flows with and without free surfaces and turbulence. Prerequisite: MEEG 3503 and MATH 3404.
    MEEG5513 Gas Dynamics (IR) Basic concepts of gas dynamics and gas properties applied to compressible flows including quasi one-dimensional isentropic flow in variable area ducts, normal shock waves, flow in ducts with friction, heating and cooling, oblique shock and expansion waves and shock tube flow. Prerequisite: MEEG 3503 and MATH 2574.
    MEEG5643 Nuclear Heat Transport (IR) Heat generation and removal in nuclear power reactors, including water, gas, and liquid-metal cooled designs; boiling and 2-phase flow considerations. Prerequisite: MEEG 4603 and MEEG 4413 and MEEG 3503.
    MEEG5733 Numerical Methods II (SP) Numerical methods for the solution of linear and non-linear ordinary and partial differential equations; initial and boundary value problems; one-step and multi-step methods; predominantly finite difference but also finite element and control volume techniques; computer applications. Prerequisite: MEEG 3703 or MATH 3353.
    MEEG590V Research (1-6) (FA, SP, SU) Fundamental or applied research. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
    MEEG591V Special Problems (1-6) (FA, SP, SU) Prerequisite: graduate standing.
    MEEG600V Master’s Thesis (1-6) (FA, SP, SU) Prerequisite: graduate standing.
    MEEG6263 Advanced Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (SP) An advanced study of microscale mechanics and devices. The course material will include in depth discussion of 3 to 4 current MEMS technology areas such as microfluidics, optical MEMS, and inertial sensors. Students will also be required to fabricate and test a functional MEMS device in a processing laboratory. Recitation one hour per week. Laboratory fours hours per week. Prerequisite: MEEG 5263.
    MEEG6273 Advanced Electronic Packaging (SP) An advanced treatment of electronic packaging concentrating on multichip modules. Topics covered include electrical design, thermal design, mechanical design, package modeling and simulation, computer-aided engineering and design, processing limitations on MCM performance, reliability, testing, and economic considerations. (Same as ELEG 6273) Prerequisite: ELEG 5273.
    MEEG6800 Graduate Seminar (FA, SP) A periodic seminar devoted to mechanical engineering research topics. Appropriate grade to be “S.”
    MEEG700V Doctoral Dissertation (1-18) (FA, SP, SU) Prerequisite: candidacy.

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    Explore Marquette : Majors & Minors : Engineering : Mechanical Engineering

    From virtually indestructible composite materials to the most fragile fiber optics, mountainous earth-movers to microsurgical robots, today’s automobiles and tomorrow’s spacecrafts, the diverse work of mechanical engineers touches nearly every aspect of life.





    THE MARQUETTE ADVANTAGE
    SHIFT GEARS. Marquette engineers design and build solar-powered boats and mini Indy race cars that race against collegiate and corporate competitors throughout the world.
    PRACTICE WHAT YOUR LEARN. From your first day of classes, you’ll get hands-on experience in our materials science, mechanical and industrial labs. You can also work in our labs for metallography, computer-aided design, stress analysis, engines, flexible manufacturing/robotics and ergonomics.
    MAKE YOUR PROGRAM UNIQUE. Focus on the science of materials and the design of machine elements and robotics through your elective courses. You can also add a minor in business administration or computer science without putting a strain on your curriculum.
    LOOKING FOR A "HOT" JOB? U.S. News & World Report, citing increased industrial reliance upon the multifaceted expertise of mechanical engineers, projects mechanical engineering as one of the nation’s “40 hottest jobs.”
    BE AN ENGINEER BEFORE YOU GRADUATE. Through our Co-op Program (page 59), you’ll incorporate 12 to 16 months of real engineering experience into your curriculum.
    SPARKS FLY. Starting with a spark of the imagination and ending with the spark plug that fires the engine of a concept car, or the sparks of a robotic welder, mechanical engineers design, develop and produce not only the machines that we rely upon, but the machines that make those machines.
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    FRESHMAN
    Introduction to Engineering
    Introduction to Engineering Computing
    Introduction to Engineering Problem Solving
    Introduction to Graphics for Engineers
    Histories of Cultures and Societies Elective
    General Chemistry I & II
    Rhetoric and Composition I & II
    Calculus I & II
    Individual and Social Behavior ElectiveSOPHOMORE
    Dynamics
    Engineering Orientation
    Engineering Statistics
    Materials Science
    Mechanics of Materials
    Statics
    Diverse Cultures Elective
    Calculus III
    General Physics with Calculus I & II
    Differential Equations

    JUNIOR
    Design of Machine Elements
    Dynamics of Mechanical Systems
    Electrical Circuits and Machinery
    Fundamentals of Heat Transfer
    Fluid Mechanics
    Manufacturing Engineering I
    Materials Selection in Mechanical Design
    Mechanical Measurements and Instrumentation
    Thermodynamics I
    Philosophy of Human Nature
    Theory of Ethics


    SENIOR
    Computer-aided Engineering
    Engineering Fundamentals
    Principles of Design
    Senior Design Project
    Thermodynamics II
    Three Mechanical Engineering Electives
    Introduction to Theology
    Literature/Performing Arts Elective
    Theology Elective
    WHERE OUR GRADUATES GO
    A small group of mechanical engineering grads go to graduate school at places like Marquette, Northwestern University, University of Wisconsin and Purdue University. About 95 percent of Marquette’s mechanical engineers are working within six months of graduation as design engineers or manufacturing engineers.
    • A.O. Smith Corp.
    • Briggs & Stratton Corp.
    • Caterpillar Inc.
    • Eaton Corp.
    • Ford Motor Co.
    • General Motors Corp.
    • Harley-Davidson
    • Johnson Controls Inc.
    • Kimberly-Clark Corp.

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