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Course Code: 
ME 344
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Course Objectives: 
This class is a continuation of ME 343 (Machine Elements I). The main objective of this course is to teach modern and classical approaches to design of standard and common mechanical components. In this class students learn about applications of knowledge of statics, dynamics, strength of materials, introductory fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and design theories to particular mechanical components. This course makes the student able to perform analyses of standard mechanical components, select satisfactory components to be used in particular design cases, obtain an introductory perspective on the overall design of complex mechanical subsystems. A more important result is to develop skills, understanding, and methods that can be used in the design of any mechanical element, including those not covered in this class.
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Shafts and axles. Design of nonpermanent joints, screws and fasteners. Design of permanent joints welding and bonding. Mechanical springs. Bearings, rolling-contact bearings. Lubrication and journal bearings. Gears, nomenclature, Spur and helical gears, bevel and worm gears, clutches, brakes, couplings, and flywheels, flexible mechanical elements.

Course Methodology: 
1: Lecture, 2: Problem session, 3: Homework,4: Project, 11: Demonstration
Course Evaluation Methods: 
A: Written exam, C: Homework, H: Attendance record

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