Teaching | Enseignement

Teaching | Enseignement

MECE 2430 - Dynamics (spring 2018)

This course provides fundamental engineering knowledge of time varying systems. It also examines the kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies. Course topics include: kinematics of particles; rectilinear and curvilinear motions; Cartesian, normal-tangential, polar and cylindrical components of velocity and acceleration in two and three dimensions; planar kinematics of rigid bodies; general plane motion; rotating frames; kinetics of particles; kinetics of systems of particles; planar kinetics of rigid bodies; force and acceleration; friction; work and energy; conservative and non-conservative systems; impulse and momentum; introduction to three-dimensional kinematics of a rigid body.

MECE 2230 - Statics (fall 2017)

This course provides fundamental engineering knowledge of static systems, bodies at rest, force and moment equilibrium of rigid bodies, and mechanics of materials and deformable bodies. Course topics include: forces; moments of forces; couples; resultant and equilibrium of force systems; distributed loads; equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies; analysis of structures including beams, structural analyses including trusses, frames and machines; mechanical joints, the concept of internal forces, shear and moment forces and diagrams, relations between distributed load, shear and moments; friction forces on mechanical components, centroid, moment of inertia, parallel axis theory, and the concept of virtual work.
- General information: Course syllabus
- Course website: Please register to BlackBoard
- Sample lecture notes: Lectures 1 to 6 (midterm 1)

ECE 210 - Digital logic design

The overall objective of this course is to introduce the student to the study of digital systems. This course serves as a building block in many disciplines such as digital control, micro-controllers, digital computers etc. The goal of this course is to perform arithmetic operations in different number systems, manipulate Boolean algebraic structures and expressions, implement the Boolean functions using logic gates, analyse and design various combinational logic circuits, and to understand the basic functions of flip-flops and sequential circuits.
- General information: Course syllabus
- Course website: Please register to eClass
- Sample lecture notes: Sequential circuits