This course is designed for Electrical and Electronic Engineering students (excluding Mechanical Engineering students) to learn the fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering. Using a textbook published by the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineering (JSME), students will acquire the fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering.
By the end of this course, students will be able to understand the basics of Mechanical Engineering.
Mechanical Engineering, Mechanics
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
This course consists of lectures following a textbook.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||What is Mechanical Engineering?||understand Technologies, history of development of Mechanical Engineering, Design, and how to learn M.E.|
|Class 2||Mechanics of materials||learn mechanics of materials|
|Class 3||Materials and Mahining||learn materials and machining|
|Class 4||examination 1||understand mechanical materials and mechanics and machining through examination 1|
|Class 5||Thermal and Fluid Dynamics||learn fundamentals of thermal and fluid diyanmics|
|Class 6||Energy Conversion Engineering||learn fundamentals of energy conversion|
|Class 7||Automotive Engineering||learn fundamentals of automotive engineering|
|Class 8||examination 2||understand fundamentals of thermal and fluid dynamics, energy conversion and automotive engineering|
|Class 9||Control and Information||learn fundamentals of control theory and information technology|
|Class 10||Information Equipments||learn information telecommunication and memory devices|
|Class 11||Robotics||learn fundamentals of robotics|
|Class 12||Micro Machine and Medical Devices||learn micro machines and medical devices|
|Class 13||examination 3||understand fundamentals of micro machines and medical devices|
|Class 14||Bioengineering||learn fundamentals of bioengineering|
|Class 15||Computational Mechanics||learn fundamentals of numerical mechanics|
JSME Texbook Series, “Introduction to Mechanical Engineering”, Japan Society of Mechanical Engineering ISBN978-4-88898-216-0 C3353
small examination for each category including (1) mechanics of materials and manufacturing, (2) Thermal and Fluid Engineering and (3) robotics, information and controling
Physics A (Mechanics) is recommeded
You can study fundamentals of mechanical engineering based on a text book. Those who are interested in mechanical engineering, and those who would like to stretch their knowledge, should attend this lecture. The lecture will be provided by experts in mechanical engineering.