The department offers programs of study and research toward the Master of Engineering, Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in the following: thermal sciences; fluid mechanics; manufacturing and production; applied mechanics and design; materials science and engineering.
Active research in this area is performed in turbulence, computational fluid dynamics, multiphase flow with droplets and engineering calculations of fluid flow. Droplets vaporization and burning under turbulent atmospheric as well as high-pressure and temperature flow conditions, premixed and non-premixed swirling and non-swirling turbulent flames, liquid jet break-up and automizaton turbulent measurement and modelling, underwater kinetic turbines.
Concerned with the application of heat and work to engineering problems. Active research is performed in two phase flow, pool boiling simulation, enhanced heat transfer, solid-liquid phase change, entropy analysis/optimization, combined heat transfer and heat transfer in porous media, acoustic wave propagation and supercritical flow stability, ocean hydrothermal energy and minerals research, super-critical properties of ocean hydrothermal fluids, runout table cooling in the steel processing industries.
Material Science and Engineering:
Concerned with the behaviour of engineering materials. Active research is focused on deformation studies, joining of aerospace materials, acoustic emission, solidification and diffusion in microgravity, phase transformation in solids, wear and wear protection, processing of polymer composites, durability and interfaces in polymer composites.
Applied Mechanics and Design:
Concerned with the analysis and conception of machine and structural components. Active research is performed in biomechanics, solid mechanics, fracture mechanics, fatigue analysis, experimental stress analysis, vibrations and acoustics, kinematics and dynamics of linkage and mechanisms and computer aided design.
Manufacturing and Production:
Concerned with analysis, design and operation of automated and feedback control systems. Active research is conducted in robotics, sensor technology, system integration, automatic controls, information systems, human-machine control systems, fluid power systems, teleoperation, virtual design and manufacturing, web-based manufacturing systems. Planning, design and operation of production using queuing theory, networks, scheduling, facilities planning and inventory planning models are also other areas of area of research.
**NEW** 2009-2010 Graduate Course Offerings
(updated December 1, 2009)
For information about all aspects of the Graduate Program, please refer to the Graduate Calendar
For information on Graduate courses offered, please refer to the Graduate Course List
Important: Please download and read the Supplementary Regulations (coming soon) that affect graduate students in the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering.