Engineering (EG)

EG 112  Engineering Methods  (3)  

Prerequisite(s): MS 113 or approval of instructor.

The use of applied mathematics in solving elementary scientific and engineering problems. Topics include basic mathematical analysis, the electronic calculator, unit systems, metrication, engineering statistics, laboratory procedures and measurements, and computer applications. Three hours lecture.

EG 121  Engineering Graphics I  (4)  

Prerequisite(s): MS 112 or higher.

Orthographic and isometric projections; multiview projection on principal and auxiliary planes; dimensioning; detail and assembly working drawings. Interactive tow-dimensional and three-dimensional computer-aided graphics based. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory each week.

EG 201  Applied Mechanics - Statics  (3)  

Prerequisite(s): EG 112, PHS 211, and/or concurrently, MS 126.

Analysis of the principles of mechanics and their engineering applications. Forces; moments and couples; resultants of force systems; equilibriom, friction, centroids, moments of inertia.

EG 202  Applied Mechanics - Dynamics  (3)  

Prerequisite(s): EG 201 and MS 126.

Absolute and relative motion; force, mass and acceleration; work and energy; impulse and momentum; mechanical vibrations.

EG 226  Electrical Circuits Analysis I  (3)  

Prerequisite(s): PHS 211 and MS 125.

Electric and magnetic circuit concepts; transient and steady-state solutions of simple circuits. Phasor analysis of AC circuits and network theorems.

EG 251  Engineering Surveying  (3)  

Prerequisite(s): EG 112.

The use of tapes, levels, transits, and surveying instruments including the theodolite will be studied and applied to problems involving position, area, volume, grade, mapping, distance, evaluation, analysis or error, and land surveying. Two hours lecture and three hours lab.

EG 255  Engineering Computation  (3)  

Prerequisite(s): MS 125.

Programming, with introduction to numerical methods useful in the solution of engineering, scientific, and mathematical problems. The course is implemented using a high-level programming language. Two hours lecture and two hours integral non-scheduled laboratory required each week.

EG 320  Engineering Economy  (3)  

Prerequisite(s): MS 112 or equivalent.

Annual cost; present work, rate of return, and profit-cost methods of determining prospective differences among alternatives; depreciation, tax and cost analysis; and replacement and retirement analysis.

EG 328  Electrical Circuits Laboratory  (3)  

Prerequisite(s): EG 226.

Experiments related to electrical circuits. Application and verification of the principles in electrical circuits. Three hours laboratory hours per week.

EG 343  Strength of Materials  (4)  

Prerequisite(s): EG 201 and MS 126.

Stress-strain relationships; behavior of materials in tension, compression and shear; column formulae; combined stress computations; theorem of three moments; composite structural members.

EG 361  Thermodynamics  (3)  

Prerequisite(s): MS 227 and PHS 211.

Heat and work; thermodynamic systems and equations of state; the zeroth, first, and second laws of thermodynamics; change of phase; the combined first and second laws; irreversibility and availability of energy; mixtures of ideal gases; psychrometry.

EG 373  Fluid Mechanics  (3)  

Prerequisite(s): MS 126 and PHS 211.

Fluid statics; the conservation equations and their applications; dimensional analysis and similitude; flow in closed and open conduits; one-dimensional compressible flow.

EG 374  Fluid and Thermal Laboratory  (1)  

Laboratory in fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and related areas. Typical experiments are flows in pipes and channels, flow control devices, gas laws, compressible flow, engine performance. Three laboratory hours per week.