Course Introduction to Graduate Students
This is a course introduction page for graduate students. A brief introduction to each subject, number of classes, classroom, and lecture time can be found.
Optimizing the factors that determine performance in the design of machines and general systems is of the utmost importance. This course covers the optimization process. First, we describe the types of optimization problems and learn mathematical optimization techniques for each type. Through the Term Project, the knowledge of the optimal design learned in this course is summarized by optimizing the practical problems.
This course deals with the dynamics of the interface part of a tribology system with two or more relative motion. Topics covered include surface geometry and physical characteristics, friction and wear of mechanical materials, various wear mechanisms, boundary lubrication, and solid film lubrication. This course also covers tribological problems of magnetic storage devices such as macro and nano tribology, Hertzian contact theory, rolling and sliding friction theory, hard disk, tribological problems of automotive parts, and monitoring of friction and wear And analytical techniques. Various thematic studies are conducted in order to deliver effective contents during lectures.
The aim of this course is to provide understanding, principles for measurement system, sensor and actuators, especially used in construction machinery.
Automotive chassis is a direct influence on safety, handling, braking, and ride comfort. Therefore, in this subject, the overall knowledge of the mechanical engineering, transmission, steering, braking, suspension, wheel and tire, frame and structural mechanics, frame and structural mechanics, etc., is explained in this subject.