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Graduate Programs: Mechanics, Materials and Design Focus Group

 

The objectives of the Materials, Mechanics and Design focus group is to conduct research which will advance the engineering knowledge base and will lead to new processes and products in the broad areas of mechanical systems, dynamic systems and control, and mechanical design. More specifically, the research thrust of this group includes but is not limited to the dynamic behavior and control of mechanism, machines, mechanical systems, processes, structures, smart materials, biomechanics, fatigue and fracture mechanics, noise and vibrations analysis and control, intelligent control of mechanical systems, design methodology, and machine dynamics. An additional goal of this group is the codification of research results to place them in a form useful for professional practice. Research methods include a blend of techniques involving mathematics and computer simulation as well as physical experimentation.

Faculty Research
Approved Mathematics Courses

Core Courses

1. MIME 5300

(Alt. CIVE 5300)

Adv. Mechanics of Materials

(Adv. Mechanics of Materials)

3 credit hours
2. MIME 6200 Adv. Dynamics 3 credit hours

 

MECHANICS, MATERIALS, AND DESIGN COURSES

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

MIME 5230

Dynamics of Human Movement

3

MIME 5280

CAD-Finite Element Methods

3

MIME 5300

Advanced Mechanics of Materials

3

MIME 5310

Mechanics of Composite Materials

3

MIME 5690

Reliability

3

MIME 6200/8200

Advanced Dynamics

3

MIME 6300/8300

Continuum Mechanics

3

MIME 6320

Or CIVE 6320/8320

Advanced Finite Element Methods

3

CIVE 6340/8340

Mechanics of Stability

3

MIME 6350/8350

Elasticity

3

MIME 6360/8360

Plasticity

3

MIME 6380/8380

Fracture Mechanics

3

MIME 6980/8980

Advanced Control

3

MIME 6980/8980

Engineering Analysis of Smart Materials

3

*Other engineering and/or Mathematics courses may be accepted with prior approval from your adviser. Discuss your plan of study with your adviser to determine appropriate courses for your individual program
Last Updated: 6/28/18