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ENGR 212. Statics. 3(3,0). This course deals with the section of Engineering Mechanics commonly referred to as Statics. It uses visual analysis in the classification of force systems, free body diagrams and principles of equilibrium applied to bodies and simple structures. It also looks at friction, centroids, and moments of inertia. Prerequisite(s): Math 153 and Physics 254

ENGR 213. Strength of Materials. 3(3,0). This course is designed to teach the student concepts related to stress and strain, torsion, bending of beams, shearing stresses in beams, compound stresses, principal stresses, deflection of beams, and statically indeterminate members. Prerequisite(s): ENGR 212

ENGR 313. Dynamics. 3(3,0). This course is designed to teach students concepts related to rectilinear and curvilinear motion of a particle; force, mass, acceleration; work, potential, and kinetic energy; impulse and momentum; kinematics of rigid bodies; moving coordinate systems with relative motion; general planar rigid body kinematics and kinetics. Prerequisite(s): M 163, ENGR 212

ENGR 417. Mechanics of Materials Laboratory. 3(3,0). This course provides an introduction to uncertainty analysis and data acquisition with measurement instruments, and covers topics in dynamics, strength of materials, and manufacturing. Prerequisite: ENGR-213 with a grade of “C” or better.

ENGR 421. Thermodynamics. 3(3,0). This course is an introduction to thermodynamics. Its content includes basic concepts and definitions; thermodynamics properties work and heat interactions; Energy and Mass Conservation Laws; First Law analysis of systems and control volumes and applications to engineering systems and processes; thermodynamics cycles and Second Law. Prerequsite(s): M 168 and P 254

ENGR 425. Fluid Dynamics. 3(3,0). Fundamental concepts of fluid flow using conservation law (mass, momentum, energy). Analysis of flows in pipe. The use of Navier Stokes equation to solve flow problem in different geometrical systems. Prerequisite(s): M 163/168 and ENGR 435 or consent of instructor.

ENGR 435. Heat Transfer. 3(3,0). Fundamental concepts of conduction, convention, radiation. Heat-exchanger principles. Prerequisite(s): M 163/168 and NE 305