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2018-2019 Undergraduate Bulletin 
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ENGG 141 - Mechanical Analysis and Design

Semester Hours: 3
Mechanical design emphasizing complementary efforts of synthesis and analysis: applied stress analysis involving complex stress fields; deflection and stiffness considerations; stress concentration; impact; fatigue; failure theories; design criteria for combined static and dynamic duties.  Mechanical components: shafts, gears, rolling contact bearings, screws and fasteners, and springs.  Lubrication theory: types of lubrication, fluid friction, hydrostatic and hydrodynamic theories of lubrication, externally-pressurized bearings, squeeze-film bearings, wedge-film thrust bearings, journal bearings, and bearing materials.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
ENGG 026 , 028 . (Formerly Mechanical Analysis and Design I.)

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