Dept. of Mechancial Engineering INU

Dept. of Mechancial Engineering INU

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Graduate

Graduate Courses

Code Subject Credit Outline
310608 Advanced Heat Power 3 This course focuses on analysis of Ideal power cycle and steam cycle, including combustion mechanism
310615 Combustion 3 This course covers the ignition, flammability, chemical reaction of flame and combustion mechanism of premixed flame and diffusion flame
310658 Advanced Internal Combustion Engine 3 Improvement of performance of internal combustion engine, knocking, and spray combustion in Diesel engine are covered in this course.
310807 Advanced Study on Heat Power System 3 The effects of operationg variables on real power cycle and theromodynamic analysis of power cycle are covered in this course including anaysis of boiler performance
310503 Fluid Mechanics 3 This course covers the basic topics in fluid mechanics that include the governing equations for fluid flow, applications of Euler and Bernoulli equations, dimensional analysis, and boundary layer theory in viscous fluid flow.
310511 Special Topics on Fluid Mechanics 3 This course covers the topics in fluid dynamics that are selected usually among the up-to-date research fields, and important industrial applications, and special techniques relevant in solving fluid problems.
310703 Advanced Fluid Mechanics 3 This course covers the advanced topics in fluid mechanics. Some of the selected topics are tensor analysis, analytical solutions of fluid flow problems, rotational fluid flow, and turbulence.
310804 Viscous Fluid Mechanics 3 This course is for understanding the characteritistics viscous fluid flow by analyzing the available analytical solutions and experimental data.
310867 Advanced Numerical Method in Thermo-Fluid Mechanics 3 This course covers the advanced numerical methods that are widely used in the analysis of the thermo-fluid phenomena.
1000486 Microscale Fluid Mechanics 3 The focus of this course is on the fluid phenomena in the micro- and nano-scale that are the basis of the emerging field of micro- and nano-fluidics. The major topics covered are multi-phase flow, surface-tension-driven flow, particulate flow, electrokinetic flow, micro- and nano-flow in biosystem, simulations on micro- and nano-flow. We derive the governing equations for micro/nano fluid flow from the generation fluid-flow governing equations, apply them to several generic systems, and understand the basic principles and applications.
310632 Stress Measurement Theory 3 This course aims to provide an advanced understanding of the fundamental principles of residual stresses and their measurements, which are of significant importance for most industrial applications including mechanical, civil, construction and aeronautical engineering.
310655 Theory of Automation & Experiment 3 During all elements for production automation, the theoretical background and system design cases of the operation principle of each device are studied centering on sensing device, Analysis device, Acuators and driving device.
310704 Advanced Thermodynamics 3 The transfer phenomena accompanying the process of thermodynamics and thermal motion are analyzed through analytical methods.
310805 Two-Phase Flow 3 Description of the basic concept of flow patterns in the two phases of gas & liquid, and tracing the process of transfer of flow patterns according to the flow conditions. In addition, the experimental theorem of average Void rate is discussed by inducing a basic formula using Void rate. The various models are set up to save pressure losses in the two phase and the method of cleaning up the friction losses is described. It is a representative of the second class, and deals in depth with Slug, Annulus and Spray.
310640 Advanced Theory of Automatic Control 3 -
310644 Advanced Theory of Mechanical Vibrations Ⅰ 3 Advanced Theory of Mechanical Vibrations Ⅰ
310506 Material of Machines 3 The main purpose of this course is to study on the characteristics, displacement, and hardening process of Nonferrous Metals and Metal Materials.
310631 Advanced Theory of Metal Cutting 3 This course introduces general concepts and theories of mechanical machining processes, tool chatter, built-up edge, tool wear and tool fracture.
310637 Advanced Theory of Machine Design 3 This course introduces analytical methods which are used to study the correlation between the gear tooth curve and its strength, the stress distribution problem of the screw, the determination of the suitable stress, and the lubrication problem of the bearing.
310664 CAD/CAM System 3 The main purpose of this course is to introduce design process, numerical simulation, NC processing and institutional Process of Products based on the basic concepts of CAD/CAM Systems as well as applications and efficient utilization methods for automation of design and production process.
310705 Advanced Mechanics of Materials 3 This course introduces the basic theory, application ability, analysis by shock, deformation energy and stress and deformation of mechanical elements such as Beams, Shafts, and Columns.
310853 Advanced Study on Machining Process 3 This is an introductionary course on the theory and characteristics of special Processes such as micro machining, micro electro-discharge machining, ultrasonic machining, electropolishing.
310876 Manufacturing system 3 The main purpose of this course is to introduce Robots, NC Machining Centers, CAD/CAM systems, CAPP(Computer-Aided Process Planning), GT(Group Technology), as well as automated production systems including interfaces between them.
310881 Introduction to MEMS 3 This course introduces the basic principles of MEMS technology and the development trends of technology for the molding of microstructures.
310883 Micro Cutting 3 This is an introductionary course on basic cutting theory, application fields and actual application cases of ultra-precise micro-cutting using diamond tools.
310634 Advanced Theory of Machine Tools 3 This course covers the basic structure of machine tools, the driving systems of CNC machine tools, the abnormal state detection and diagnosis of cutting process, and advanced production systems such as FMS / CIMS.
310642 Advanced Welding Engineering 3 This course covers ultrasonic vibration analysis, welding conditions, micro structure and strength of welds, heat generation, welding quality evaluation in ultrasonic welding of electrodes of lithium ion batteries
310861 Advanced Welding Metallurgy 3 This course learns the temperature distribution, the shape of the heat affected zone and the microstructural changes, which are important factors in the realization of the mechanical properties of the ultrasonic welding part.
310884 Micro Abrasive Machining 3 This course focuses on basic theory of fine particle spraying technology, technical contents, and fine pattern molding using this technology.
310885 Micromachining System 3 This course covers the types of micro-machining, application examples, machine tools for micro-machining, and process planning.
310601 Advanced Fluid Machinery 3 -
310616 Aeroacoustics 3 This course presents primarily the fundamental principles underlying the generation, transmission, and reception of acoustic waves, and suggests how to apply these principles to a numder of important fields of applied acoustics.
310641 Theory of Tribology 3 The basic purpose of this course is to present the theory of lubrication, and to demonstrate the wide range of usefulness of lubrication analysis in solving engineering problems, through the use of many numerical examples.
310887 General practice for air and refrigeration compressor design 3 This course presents basic operating principles and underlying mechanisms of various types of refrigeration compressors. Based on the fundamental knowledge acquired, some design practices of reciprocating, rotary, and scroll type of refrigerating compressors are to be carried out for residential and mobile air conditioning system.
310656 Theory of Robot & Experiment 3 This course is about introduction of basics of modeling, design, planning, and control of robotic systems. The material in this course is a brief survey of relevant issues from kinematics, statics, dynamics, and control. In this course, you will develop your own robotic system.
310870 Advanced Phase-change Heat Transfer 3 To understand the fundamentals of two-phase flow, boiling and condensation heat transfer.
310504 Continuum Mechanics 3 -
310636 Advanced Theory of Elasticity 3 This class aims to deliver the variational methods applied to Solid mechanics. These methods are extremely useful as means of properly formulating  boundary-value problems and also as means of finding approximate analytical solutions for these boundary-value problems.
310652 Machine Noise Engineering 3 We will cover general theories for vibration and acoustics.
310701 Advanced Applied Mathematics 3 This class deals with Fourier analysis and partial differential equation(PDE). The topics provide the fundamentals which are very important in mathematically understanding various engineering phenomena. The Fourier analysis and PDE can be primarily applied for modeling boundary- and initial-value problems discussed in fluid mechanics, heat transfer, acoustics, electrical engineering, and etc., and finding their approximated solutions.
310832 Advanced Dynamics 3 -
310882 Application of MEMS Technology 3 A case study focusing on molding examples of actual microstructures using MEMS technology is dealed.
310888 Microscale Energy Transport and Conversion 3 This lecture covers how to systematically understand and approach the heat transfer and energy conversion phenomenon through the micro / nano scale viewpoint, based on the knowledge of classical and macroscopic heat transfer theory and applied technology learned in mechanical engineering. Classifying and analyzing the characteristics of energy carriers such as phonons, photons, electrons, and molecules are dealed. Also, the energy state of the energy carriers, the transfer characteristics, and the process of energy exchange are covered.
310602 Boundary Layer Theory 3 The boundary layer theory class deals with a review of the basic concepts, principles and integral/differential equations that are used to describe the viscous flow of incompressible fluids. The major portion of the course is concerned with thin, incompressible laminar shear layers. The boundary layer model will be presented using the technique of matched asymptotic expansions. Also, similarity and integral methods will be used to obtain solutions for two-dimensional and axisymmetric boundary layers.
1001889 Wetting and Capillary Wicking 3 Wicking is the spontaneous flow of a liquid in a porous substrate, driven by capillary forces. Because capillary forces are caused by wetting, wicking is a result of spontaneous wetting in a capillary system
310886 Special Topics in Fuel Cell 3 This lecture covers the working principle, electrochemical evaluation methods, and fabrication technologies applied to PEMFC (Proton-exchange membrane fuel cell), DMFC (Direct methanol fuel cell) and SOFC (Solid oxide fuel cell).
310501 Applied Mathematics 3 This lecture covers Linear algebra and Fourier analysis to develop engineering problem solving ability.
310647 Advanced Material Science 3 This course aims to provide an advanced understanding of the fundamental principles of materials behaviour, and experimental knowledge (together with case studies) of material characterisation methodologies, which are of significant importance for most industrial applications including mechanical, civil, construction, aeronautical, chemical or biomedical engineering.
310706 Advanced Materials of Machines 3 This course aims to provide an advanced understanding of the core principles and topics of engineering materials and their experimental basis, and to enable students to acquire a specialised knowledge and understanding of the relationships between properties, processing, and characterisation of materials, which are of significant importance for most industrial applications including mechanical, civil, construction, aeronautical, chemical or biomedical engineering.
310662 Heat Exchanger Design 3 Theoretical and practical issues on shell-tube, fin-tube, plate heat exchanger, evaporator, condenser, cooling tower, etc. are dealt with.
310663 Phase-change Heat Transfer 3 Theoretical and practical issues on boiling and condensation, air-conditioning and refrigeration, nuclear reactor, electric utilities, etc. are dealt with.
310612 Advanced Study on Heat Transfer 3 One and two dimensional heat transfer, unsteady heat transfer, convection and radiation, boundarylayer heat transfer, heat exchanger design issues are dealt with.
310609 Convection Heat Transfer 3 Forced and free convection, boiling and condensation, mass transfer, convection at un-conventional condition are dealt with.
310871 Advanced Convective Heat Transfer 3 Equation of motion, equation of energy are solved through integral method and similarity solutions. Thermo-fluid modeling issues are also dealt with.
310810 Advanced Heat Exchanger Design 3 Various characteristics of heat exchangers, heat transfer and fluid flow theory, two-phase heat transfer and pressure drops are dealt with.
1002234 Thesis ResearchMechanical Engineering 3 This graduate-level course is designed for students preparing their thesis. Students will decide on a topic and conduct research for their topic under the guidance of a faculty member.
310610 Conduction Heat Transfer 3 Steady and unsteady heat transfer are dealt with through accurate solutions, approximate approaches.
310613 Advanced Refrigeration 3 Properties of refrigerants, super-critical refrigeration, thermo-electric refrigeration are dealt with.
310872 Advanced Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration 3 Basics of air-conditioning and refrigeration including compressor, condenser, evaporator, expansion devices are dealt with. Adveanced study on system modeling are also treated.
310649 Advanced Measurement System 3 This lecture covers the working principles and applications of various analytical instruments.