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M95008. Selection of Materials

(3-0-8) Requirement:Haber aprobado M00863. 8° IIS
Equivalence: No tiene

GENERAL AIM OF THE COURSE
To show the engineering materials groups that are used in modern manufacturing and to establish the selection features based on mechanical and physical properties, phase transformations, processing, costs and failure modes.

INSTRUCTOR´S PROFILE
Master of Science or Ph.D in Engineering Materials, Mechanics or Manufacturing Systems

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION: Spanish


 

M95009. Aircraft Systems and Avionics

(3-0-8) Requirement: No tiene. 7° IMA, 8º IME, 7º IMT
Equivalence: No tiene

GENERAL AIM OF THE COURSE
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to know and explain the principles of operation of the systems of a new generation aircraft as AIRBUS A320/319 and Cessna type, the fly-by-wire theory and crystal cockpit philosophy.

INSTRUCTOR´S PROFILE
Lecturer with aeronautical, mechanical engineering, o similar; preferable with a degree and experience in Airbus and Cessna airplanes.

LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION: Spanish

 

M95026. Dinámica de vehiculos

Academic department: Mechanics
Units: 3-0-8
Requirement: M00864 Vibraciones mecanicas
Semester and career:
Equivalence: None
General aim of the course: Pendiente
Campus: Monterrey
Bibliography: Theory of Ground Vehicles
J. W. Wong
Interscience; 3 edition (March 6, 2001)
ISBN: 0471354619
Instructor's profile: Pendiente
Language of Instruction: Spanish

 

M95028. Aircraft propulsion

Academic department:Mechanical Engineering
Units:3-0-8
Requirement:M00005, M00001
Semester and career:IMA, IME. IME 6, IMT 6, IMA6
Equivalence:None
General aim of the course:The student will be able to analyze and select aircraft propulsion components to optimize the aircraft performance.

Campus:Cd. México
Bibliography:Types of Propulsion: Propellers and jets. Types of engines: Piston and turbine. Types of turbine engines: Turboshaft, turboprop, turbofan y turbojet. Thermodynamic cycles in turbine engines. Textbook: Elements of gas turbine propulsion, Jack D. Mattingly, 1996, J. D. Anderson, Introduction to flight, 2000 and Thermodynamics, an engineering approach, Y. A. Cengel y M. A. Boles, 4th Ed. 2002.
Instructor's profile:Ph. D. in thermofluids or similar with special affection for aeronautics.
Language of Instruction:english

 

 

M95029. Aircraft structural analysis

Academic department:Mechanical Engineering
Units:3-0-8
Requirement:M00841
Semester and career:IMT 5, IMA 4, IME 4
Equivalence:None

General aim of the course:The student will know the most common materials used in aviation, its capacities and limits in order to be able to analyze properties and select them toa n spcefici application.
The student will be able to analyze airship structures in the most common operation regimes.

Bibliography:Aircraft Materials. Structural analysis of composite materials. Forces in airplanes and helicopters. Path Load and frequent stress conditions in airborne structures. Textbook: T.H.G. Megson, Aircraft Structures for Engineering Students, Halsted Press, 1990, B. C. Hoskin y A. A. Baker, Composite Materiales for Aircraft Structures, 1986 and J. D. Anderson, Introduction to flight, 2000
Instructor's profile:Ph. D. in Mechanical Engineering, Metalurgics, Materials or similar. Some experience required in the aviation field.
Language of Instruction:Engish

 

M95030. Aerodynamics

Academic department:Mecanical Ingenering
Units:3-0-8
Requirement:F00813, Física III.
Semester and career:IMT 4, IME 4, IMA 5
Equivalence:none

General aim of the course:Undesrstand the interaction between the air and the aircraft, the reasons why the aircrafks can fly and interact with the air.
Desing subsonic aircrafts using the methods of the movement quantity and de potential fluxs.

Campus:Cd. México
Bibliography:The atmosphere. International Standard Atmosphere. Air flow. Low Speed Airfoils. High Lift Devices. Potential Flow. Three Dimensional Wing. Textbook: L. J. Clancy, Aerodynamics, 1975, Schlichting, Boundary Layer Theory, 1953, N. F. Krasnov, Aerodinámica en Preguntas y Problemas, 1985, Ordoñez, Aerodinámica, 1979 and J. D. Anderson, Introduction to flight, 2000.
Instructor's profile:PHD in fluid mecanics .Or aviation interested. Or Aeronautics ingenier.
Language of Instruction:english

 

 

 

M95032. Manufacturing processes

Academic department:Mechanical Engineering
Units:3-0-8
Requirement:N/A
Semester and career:5th semester and higher, IMA, IME e IMT
Equivalence:M 00007,M 00881, M 95881

General aim of the course:Design, production and quality supervision of nowadays products, represent an important issue in the manufacturing and economic environment of our country. This course is developed to provide a profound knowledge concerning main principles of engineering materials and manufacturing processes. Students will learn how to select the most appropriate material for a certain kind of product applying his knowledge achieved during the course and furthermore, be able to select the most appropriate production process.
Campus:Cd. México
Bibliography:Kalpakjian, Serope

Manufacturing engineering and technology

Third edition, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, USA, 1995.

Instructor's profile:Professors teaching this course should have a master degree or doctorate in one of the following fields: Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering or any similar studies to the above mentioned. They should demonstrate the ability to manage interactive learning processes making use of diverse learning tools such as project oriented learning and experimental learning exercises. Instructors should have experience in teaching, researching, training and consulting activities in the field of engineering and especially in manufacturing.
Language of Instruction:English

 

 

M95033. Manufacturing theory and fabrication processes

Academic department: Mechanical Engineering
Units: 3-2-8
Requirement: none
Equivalence: none
Semester and career: 5th semester, Manufacturing option

General aim of the course: Structure and characteristics of metals. Manufacturing processes. Technological routes of production of iron and steel. Production in ingots and continued pouring. Production of non ferrous alloys. Foundations of the processes of foundry. Processes of foundry in disposable and permanent molds. Rolling. Foundry. Extrusion. Stretched of wire. Processes of formation of metallic sheets. Classification, properties, manufacturing processes and applications of metallic materials. Welding, types and principal characteristics. Geometric modeling with Autodesk Inventor, creation of components, assemblies and industrial drawings including tolerances. Virtual machining with Art-CAM. Assign parameters of cut to obtain paths of cut and machining code. Cutting tools, tool wear and tool life. Experiments of tool wear and calculations of temperatures. Economics of machining

Bibliography: . Schey, J.A. Introduction to Manufacturing Processes. McGraw-Hill
. Scahffer, Saxena, Antolovich, Sanders, Warner. Ciencia y Diseño de Materiales para Ingeniería. CECSA
. Callister Jr., W.D. Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering. J. Wiley & Sons Inc.
. Dieter, G.E. Mechanical Metallurgy. McGraw-Hill
. Verhoeven, J. Fundamentals of Physical Metallurgy. J. Wiley & Sons
. Metals Handbook. ASM
. Shaw, M.C. (1957) Metal Cutting Principles. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
. Boothroyd, G. (1989) Fundamentals of Machining and Machine Tools. New Cork, NY: M. Dekker

Instructor's profile: The instructor should have at least a Master degree in Industrial or Mechanical Engineering, or in Manufacturing Systems, and with sufficient knowledge of manufacturing processes.
Language of Instruction: Spanish

 

M95035. Aeronautics fundamentals

(3-0-8) Requirement: None. 7° IMA, 8° IME, 7° IMT
Equivalence: None

General aim of the course: At the end of the course, the participant will be able to know and explain the principles of aerodynamics and flight mechanics. He will be introduced to the concepts of meteorology, air navigation, air traffic control and telecommunications; as well as the principles to undertake a practical flight.

CAMPUS THAT REQUESTS IT: Campus Estado de México

Bibliography: Instrument Pilot. Irvin N. Gleim. Editorial Gleim. Séptima Edición.

Comercial Flight Maneuvers. Irvin N. Gleim. Editorial Gleim. Cuarta Edición.

Pilot HandBook. Irvin N. Gleim. Editorial Gleim. Séptima Edición.

Istructor´s profile: Lecturer with aeronautical, mechanical engineering, o similar; preferable with a degree and possessing private or commercial pilot license.

Language of Instruction:English

 

M95090. Aerial navigation

Academic department:Mechanical Engineering
Units:3-0-8
Requirement:F00813
Semester and career:IMA 4, IME 4, IMT 3
Equivalence:None

General aim of the course:The student will know diverse aerial navigation techniques and the required instruments to understand the available information in the cockpit, as well as the required instrumentation to control aerial traffic manned and unmanned knowing the function of the terrestrial and airborne devices.
Campus:Seleccionar Campus

Bibliography:Air Traffic Control. Gyroscopes. Compass. Inertial Navigation. VOR Systems. GPS Systems. Textbook: Avionics Fundamentals, Jeppesen, 1974 and J. D. Anderson, Introduction to flight, 2000.
Instructor's profile:
Master of Science in engineering field with a license of private pilot.

Language of Instruction:English

Fecha de la última actualización: 06 de enero de 2004(m)