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This subject is a descriptive one. Explains in photos, animation and drawings the basics of both mechanical and materials engineering. No mathematical complications will be included. It is necessary to all students especially those who are studying issues not related to engineering but will work in future in an Engineering Firm be it a maker of sellers of machinery or materials. Even those who may not work in such an environment, the subject will be helpful for them in their daily life when dealing with machines and materials.
|第01回||2018/04/12 What is Mechanical Engineering?|
What is Mechanical Engineering?
Introducing Mechanical Engineering, what does it mean,
what it is itsstatus among engineering fields.
|第02回||2018/04/19 Some Principles in Mechanical Engineering|
Some Principles in Mechanical Engineering
Motions: statics, dynamics. In addition the Laws of nature:
Newton's Laws, Laws of Thermodynamics, Maxwell's Equations.
|第03回||2018/04/26 Principles of Energy production.|
Principles of Energy production
Conversion of stored energy into electricity, manipulation
of chemical-, kinetic, potential-, and nuclear energy.
And the transfer and loss of the energy within systems.
|第04回||2018/05/01 How different engine works?|
How different engine works?
Introduction to work principle of internal and external
combustion engines, and jet engine.
|第05回||2018/05/10 Principles of machine design|
Principles of machine design
How machines are designed and on what criteria different
parts of the machine are designed to fit a task.
Knowledge of the Six Simple Machines.
|第06回||2018/05/17 Mechanical Systems: Vibrations, Feedback control, Mechatronics|
Mechanical Systems: Vibrations, Feedback control, Mechatronics
Necessary knowledge to understand different mechanical
systems and automatic control. Self-Help Systems by:
Creating Forces, Redirecting Forces, Balances Forces,
Self-Protecting Systems and Distributes Loads.
|第07回||2018/05/24 StressesS, StrainsS and Material Properties|
Stresses, Strains and Material Properties
Martial State: Elastic and Plastic. Stresses and strains,
Pressure vessels, bending of beams, buckling of columns.
|第08回||2018/06/07 What is Materials engineering?|
What is Materials engineering?
Introduction to Materials Science and materials engineering
and its importance.
|第09回||2018/06/14 Selection of Materials|
Selection of Materials
Principles of materials selections to fit a specific task.
Additionally, how to Do System Analysis and use Materials
|第10回||2018/06/21 Ferrous Alloys and their applications|
Ferrous Alloys and their applications
Introduction to ferrous alloys which is basically materials
their base material is iron.
|第11回||2018/06/28 Non-ferrous alloys and their applications|
Non-ferrous alloys and their applications
Non-ferrous alloys are divided into 2 types; light alloys
such as aluminum and heavy alloys such as copper.
The specifications and applications of each will be introduced.
|第12回||2018/07/05 Ceramic materials and composite and their applications|
Ceramic materials and composite and their applications
Ceramics and composite materials will be introduced and
their specific applications will be discussed in view of
their properties and manufacturing aspects.
|第13回||2018/07/12 Bio-medical materials and their applications|
Bio-medical materials and their applications
An introduction to materials that are used in manufacturing
prosthetic to replace human organs or limbs.
|第14回||2018/07/19 Nano materials and their applications|
Nano materials and their applications
Principles of Nano-materials, their production, application
in engineering and medical fields.