机械工学专业


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机械工学专业
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机械工学专业

院系介绍

◎ 机械工程学深化项目
1. 掌握扎实的机械工程学基础知识,熟悉应用理论和实践,并且能灵活应用到综合设计上。
2. 理解社会热点,能都不断自我开发,积极思考工程对社会的影响,责任意识强。
3. 能够有效表达个人想法和意见,理解世界文化,具有全球化时代需求的工作热情。
4. 培养和积累能用积极、创新的思维方式,开发未来需要的新技术的能力和经验。
5. 具备能在由各领域的人才组成的队伍中完成工作,能在企业、教育、研究等个领域发挥先导作用的能力

教科课程

Spring Semester

Research of Mechanical Engineering I (3 Credits)
Fluid mechanics (3 Credits)
Mechanics of Solid I (3 Credits)
Material Testing Laboratory (3 Credits)
Design of Machine Elements (12 Credits)
Heat Transfer (3 Credits)
Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering (3 Credits)
Statics (3 Credits)
Automatic Control (3 Credits)
Thermodynamics I (3 Credits)
This course introduces the concept of energy and its applications and is considered as a core course in mechanical engineering. It provides the basic tools necessary for the analysis of any engineering system in which energy transfer or energy transformations occur. It is intended to develop a sound foundation for success in your remaining thermal/fluids courses and your engineering career. Key Words: Systems, the 1st law of thermodynamics, the 2nd law of thermodynamics
Creative Engineering Design (3 Credits)
This course is an introductory design course intended for the beginning engineering student. The goal is to provide the students with problem solving experience without using extensive engineering knowledge. Students will learn creative problem solving techniques, communication skills, team working during the course of team based design projects and through the lectures.
Capstone Design (3 Credits)

Fall Semester

Thermal Engineering Experiment (3 Credits)
Research of Mechanical Engineering II (3 Credits)
Combustion Engineering (3 Credits)
Mechanics of Solid II, Computer Aided Design, Metallic Material (12 Credits)
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (3 Credits)
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning of Automobile (3 Credits)
Dynamics (3 Credits)
Engineering Mathematics (3 Credits)
Thermodynamics II (3 Credits)
This course introduces the concept of energy and its applications. Based on the governing principles introduced in Thermodynamics I, Thermodynamics II deals with its applications including important cycles and advanced theories. There is also an Overview of Tire Models.