Aug 10, 2022  
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ME 4710 - Computer-Aided Engineering Analysis and Design

3 Credits (2 Contact Hours)
Students are exposed to geometric and solid modeling, finite elements, optimization, and rapid-prototyping. Students design an artifact, represent it on the computer, analyze it using FEA, then optimize before prototyping it. Emphasizes the use of computer-based tools for engineering design. Preq: ENGR 1090  and ME 3070 , each with a C or better. Coreq: ME 4711 .

This 4000-level course has a 6000-level counterpart. Students should refer to the Graduate Announcements for the 6000-level description and requirements.



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