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Teaching

Spring 2021 Office Hours (Building 4, 136)

By appointment only due to COVID 19

Spring 2021 Classes (University of West Florida)

Machine Design (EML3500)

  • Introduce students to appropriate static and dynamic failure theories for various machine components.
  • Select mechanical components for a given load situation and analyze for failure.
  • Describe competitive analysis and provide insights on risk and reliability.
Previous Classes Taught (University of West Florida)

Capstone Design (EGN4950)

  • Lead project based class that captures design theory and methodology.
  • Help student develop principles for CAD/CAE philosophy, optimization, product liability, probability/statistics, ASME codes, safety, human factors, material selection, legal aspects of design, and professional ethics.

Computer Aided Design (EML3200)

  • Identify basic dimensioning and tolerancing terminology and requirements.
  • Perform elementary simulations of mechanical and thermal processes.

Moder Product Design (EML4900)

  • Differentiate between evolving design tools’ strengths and weaknesses and applicability to a given design problem.
  • Create new capabilities of existing design tools and methodologies.
Previous Classes Taught (Cal State Fullerton)

Optimization of Engineering Design (ME454)

  • Introduce the application of analytical and computer optimization techniques to engineering design problems.
  • Present design as an optimization task.

Senior Design (ME414/419)

  • Lead project based class that captures design theory and methodology.
  • Help student develop principles for CAD/CAE philosophy, optimization, product liability, probability/statistics, ASME codes, safety, human factors, material selection, legal aspects of design, and professional ethics.

Mechanical Design (ME421)

  • Introduce students to appropriate static and dynamic failure theories for various machine components.
  • Select mechanical components for a given load situation and analyze for failure.
  • Describe competitive analysis and provide insights on risk and reliability.

Kinematics of Mechanisms (ME335)

  • Introduce students to the design and analysis of machines, linkages, and mechanisms.
  • Develop course lectures, including curriculum relevant case studies.