The emphasis will be on nuclear engineering problems, including radioactive decay, nuclear cross sections, scattering, and criticality.
An introduction to micro- and nanoscale science and engineering with a focus on the role of mechanics.
A variety of micro- and nanoscale phenomena and applications covered, drawing connections to both established and new mechanics approaches.
Emphasis will be on modeling, choice of appropriate algorithms, and model validation.
Enroll Info: MATH 319 NEEP 271 or COMP SCI 310 — INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING FOR ENGINEERING PHYSICS 3 credits.
An introduction to the conduct of engineering research: the scientific method, ethics in research, documentation and treatment of research data, publication practices, and the structure of the broader research community are covered.
Enroll Info: Open to EP majors only — RESEARCH PROPOSAL IN ENGINEERING PHYSICS 1 credit.Applications of cryogenics, material properties at low temperatures, refrigeration and liquifaction systems, measurement techniques, insulation, storage and transfer of cryogenics, safety and handling.Enroll Info: ME 361 or PHYSICS 415, Ch E 320 or ME 364 — MICRO- AND NANOSCALE MECHANICS 3 credits. Written work modeled on analyses of representative forms. Instruction in traditional manuscript preparation and music notation software. This course provides an applied survey of the string and percussion families. Students will also complete self-evaluations, engage in weekly individual supervision, and explore program development.Beginning class guitar group instruction for non-music majors. Includes an introduction to the treatment process, writing goals and objectives, and documentation procedures. Emphasis on playing and singing popular music with stylistic accuracy.Use of computational tools for the solution of problems encountered in engineering physics applications.Topics covered include orbital mechanics, structural vibrations, beam and plate deformations, heat transfer, neutron diffusion, and criticality.Focus on first position chords and ability to play a variety of pop music quickly. Advanced guitar group instruction with a voice component for music therapy majors.Ability to read music is not necessary for success in this course. Focus on bar chords, finger-style playing, and advanced repertoire development.It is constantly updated and been made in conjunction with the wishes of the students, Here is a screenshot of the homepage: Each of the year tabs opens a breakdown of the course content and links to termly course booklets. Solution of engineering problems using commercially-available software tools (spreadsheets, symbolic manipulators, and equation solvers).