Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

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As the broadest of all engineering programs, mechanical engineers have their fingerprints on practically everything people use. For example, consider the automobile: mechanical engineers study the aerodynamics to design the exterior, understand combustion and fluid mechanics to develop the engine systems, conduct simulations on vehicle dynamics to optimize the drive train, appreciate the material requirements to mass-produce a reliable vehicle, and are keenly aware of potential dangers to design safety systems. The same involvement can be detailed for energy production systems, building environmental control systems, industrial automation or robotics, transportation systems and biological systems. To prepare our students for such a wide variety of applications we focus our attention towards the key steps that make any product or a system successful. Our students learn to base their DESIGN on engineering fundamentals, ANALYZE their ideas using industry standard tools, BUILD prototypes to appreciate the challenge of fabrication and finally TEST their designs for performance. This 'Design, Analyze, Build, and Test' philosophy is at the core of our graduates, making them well-suited for industrial jobs, governmental positions, and graduate schools.



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