This course is designed for Electrical and Electronic Engineering students to learn the outline of Mechanical Engineering. Using a textbook published by the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineering (JSME), students will acquire the outline of Mechanical Engineering.
Students will be able to understand the basics of Mechanical Engineering.
Mechanics of Materials, Machine Dynamics, Thermal Engineering, Fluid Engineering, Material Processing, Control and Information, Bioengineering, Computational Mechanics
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Lectures are given in accordance with the textbook. Each lecture is given by the specialist of each academic field.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||What is Mechanical Engineering?||Understand history of machine technology and mechanical engineering, mechnical design, and how to learn mechanical engineering.|
|Class 2||Mechanics of Materials and Machine Dynamics||Learn outline of mechanics of materials and mechine dynamics.|
|Class 3||Material Processing||Learn outline of material processing.|
|Class 4||Examination 1||Confirm the understanding of the contents in the preceding three lectures by examination.|
|Class 5||Thermal and Fluid Engineering||Learn outline of thermal and fluid engineering.|
|Class 6||Energy Conversion Machinery (Internal Combustion Engines)||Learn outline of energy conversion machinery(Internal combusiton engines).|
|Class 7||Energy Conversion Machinery (Fuel Cell and Battery)||Learn outline of energy conversion machinery(Fuel cell and battery).|
|Class 8||Examination 2||Confirm the understanding of the contents in the preceding three lectures by examination.|
|Class 9||Robotics||Learn outline of robotics.|
|Class 10||Information Equipments||Learn outline of information equipments.|
|Class 11||Micromachines, Medical and Welfare Devices||Learn outline of micromachines and medical/welfare Devices|
|Class 12||Examination 3||Confirm the understanding of the contents in the preceding three lectures by examination.|
|Class 13||Control and Information||Learn outline of control theory and information technology.|
|Class 14||Bioengineering||Learn outline of bioengineering.|
|Class 15||Computational Mechanics||Learn outline of computational mechanics.|
JSME Texbook Series, “Introduction to Mechanical Engineering”, Japan Society of Mechanical Engineering, ISBN 978-4-88898-216-0
Score will be evaluatied by three examinations during the course.
It is recommended to acquire Fundamentals of Mechanics 1 and 2.