Course Descriptions

Course Descriptions

EGT
116

Introduction to Industrial Materials and Processes (2,2,3)
Fundamentals of materials, processing methods, tools, and equipment used to produce metallic and nonmetallic products; destructive and nondestructive testing.
EGT
161
Circuit Analysis (2,2,3)
Basic laws and theories, voltages, current, power, and resistance; resistive circuits in direct current circuits; analysis and applications. Mesh and node equations used in circuit analysis. PREREQ: MAH 099.
EGT
211
Quality Control (3,0,3)
Control and assurance of quality and reliability; management of quality function in the industrial setting.
EGT
212
Computer-aided Drafting and Design (CADD) (2,2,3)
Fundamentals of computer aided drafting; production of technical drawings using CAD software; working drawings; standard machine elements; tolerance dimensioning.
EGT
261
Engineering Materials (2,2,3)
Structures, properties, applications, and failure modes of materials, both metallic and non-metallic; heat treatment and processing effects on microstructure; introduction to chemical properties; principles and applications of destructive and non-destructive testing. PREREQ: CHE 120.
EGT
265
Manufacturing Processes and Operations (2,2,3)
Principles and applications of precision machining, numerical control processes, volume production, assembly methodology, and advanced concepts in manufacturing operations are discussed. PREREQ: EGT 116.
EGT
300
Statics and Strength of Materials (3,0,3)
Theory and application of the mechanics of rigid bodies in equilibrium; mechanical properties of materials; stress; strain; torsion; shear force and bending moments; beam deflection; combined loading. PREREQ: MAT 120 or 121; PHY 211.
EGT
310
Project Management and Problem Solving (3,0,3)
Industrial project management practices: project implementation methods; resource selection; risks and failures; project management tools and techniques related to manufacturing projects. Problem solving models; quantitative and qualitative decision making strategies, including economic analysis; ethical, environmental, and social issues; impact of creative thinking, critical thinking, and problem solving on the design and quality of products and services. PREREQ: junior standing.
EGT
316
Materials Processing and Fabrication (2,2,3)
Theory and application of surface treatment, casting, fabrication, separating, joining, shaping, and reducing using a variety of industrial materials. PREREQ: IET 116 or IET 120.
EGT
318
Introduction to Nanotechnology (3,0,3)
Introduction to nanotechnology, fabrication and characterization of nano-scale structures, properties of nanostructures, nanostructured materials, wires and dots, nanobiology/nanomedicine, nanomgnetics, nanotubes, nanoelectronics, and nanoelectromechanical systems. PREREQ: CHE 120.
EGT
320
Robotic Systems and Material Handling (2,2,3)
Structure and operational characteristics; principles and theory of robot movement, robot teach/programming, program languages, robot arm, robot controller, work station. Material handling related to manufacturing, warehousing, type of equipment used and different concepts of material handling are covered. PREREQ: EGT 161.
EGT
340
Applied Dynamics (3,0,3)
Theories and applications of dynamic mechanics, including Newton's Laws, work, kinetics, impulse, and momentum. PREREQ: EGT 300; MAT 120 or MAT 121; PHY 211.
EGT
341

Integrated Resource Management (3,0,3)
This course utilizes the techniques of Enterprise Management. The course will focus on contrast and integration strategies, JIT techniques, integration, application and implementation. PREREQ: EGT 321.

EGT
343
A. C. Circuit Analysis (2,2,3)
Application of basic electrical circuit analysis to alternating current (AC) systems; capacitors, inductors, transformers, and circuits using these components. Mesh and loop analysis, multiphase. PREREQ: EGT161 and MAT 121.
EGT
344
Analog Electronics (2,2,3)
Introduction to solid state, diodes, bipolar and field effect transistors, small signal amplifiers; power amplifiers, voltage regulators, and active filters. PREREQ: EGT 161.
EGT
361
Fluid Power (2,2,3)
Basic laws and concepts of fluid mechanics and their applications to fluid power circuits. PREREQ: MAT 120 or MAT 122; PHY 211.
EGT
365
Tool Design & Computer Numerical Control (2,2,3)
Design and selection of mechanical elements such as fasteners, cams, jigs, fixtures, and tools, utilizing Computer Numerical Control methods. This course also provides the knowledge needed to set up and program most C/NC machines equipped with EIA languages. The general application of information will be discussed, along with practical training on C/NC machines. PREREQ: EGT 212 and 265.
EGT
380
Machine Design (2,2,3)
Techniques involved in designing and selecting individual machine parts. An integrated approach to the design of machine elements. PREREQ: EGT 300, EGT 340.
EGT
386
Electro-Mechanical Instrumentation and Control (2,2,3)
Introduction to the design of instrumentation and control systems. Study of thermal, mechanical, optical, and digital sensor operations and applications. Introduction to data acquisition systems. Laboratory experimentation involving the Programmable Logic Controls designing different logics to control devices and a selection of sensors to gather and utilize data from the equipment at hand. PREREQ: EGT 161.
EGT
399
Independent Study: Engineering Technology (1-3,0,1-3)
For advanced students seeking to study selected problems. PREREQ:; consent of adviser.
EGT
404
Signals and Systems (3, 0, 3)
Advanced circuit analysis techniques; time domain and frequency domain solutions; Laplace transforms; z-transforms; Fourier analysis; discrete-time systems. PREREQ: EGT 343 and MAT 221.
EGT
405
Metrology and Geometric Tolerancing (3,0,3)
Metrology requirements and geometric tolerancing; calibration systems, gage studies, measurement elements, analysis and presentation of measurement data, quality implications. PREREQ: EGT 211 and EGT 212.
EGT
406
Industrial Electronics (2,2,3)
Theory, analysis, and application of open and closed loop industrial control systems consisting of both analog and digital components; sensing circuits; transducers; electric motors; optielectronics. Specification, selection, and design of industrial electronics systems and programmable logic controllers. PREREQ: EGT 344.
EGT
411
Quality Assurance and Auditing (3,0,3)
Organizing and implementing the quality audit; types of audits; ISO 9000 quality standards; audit planning, execution, testing, reliability, and system appraisal. PREREQ: EGT 211.
EGT
412
Advanced CADD (2,2,3)
CADD 3D features; customized and professional CADD techniques; advanced features. PREREQ: EGT 212.
EGT
417

Senior Research & Design in Engineering Technology (1,4,3)
Preparation and proposal for the capstone project design in an area of student's primary program major. After the preparation and proposal is prepared, with permission from their advisors, students design, build, document, demonstrate, and present the results. Must be taken within three semesters of graduation, may be repeated up to 9 semester hours. PREREQ: senior standing.

EGT 417 Senior Projects

Computer Numerical Control

A Capacitor-Solid State Relay Power Factor Correction System

Application and Functionality of Ion Thrusters for Space Travel

Bio-Mimicked Fiber-Reinforced Layered Concrete Composite Project

Infrared Light Tracking Camera Tripod

Train Demonstration System

Robotic Deposition of Construction Materials

Fall Arrest Anchor Post for Mazak CNC Machines

Design, Construction, and Implementation of a Handling Device for Plastic Injection Mold

 

EGT
423
Planning and Design of Industrial Facilities (1,4,3)
Planning, estimating, designing, and modeling industrial facilities; management, personnel, production, aesthetics, and the environment. PREREQ: EGT 212
EGT
450
Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer (2,2,3)
Fundamentals of thermodynamics, first and second laws of thermodynamics, properties of liquids and gases; air-conditioning and refrigeration systems; power cycles; modes of heat transfer (conduction, convection, and radiation) and their applications in technology; computer simulations of thermodynamics and heat transfer processes. PREREQ: MAT 120 or MAT 122; PHY 211.
EGT
462
Finite Element Modeling (2,2,3)
Fundamentals of Finite Element Modeling, creation of geometry, material selection and problem solving. The course focuses on FEA modeling techniques utilizing CAD/CAE software. PREREQ: EGT 412, EGT 340.
EGT
465
Automated Manufacturing Systems (2,2,3)
Integrated manufacturing automation including CIM/FMS, system controls, fixed systems, robotics, and economics of automation. PREREQ: EGT 320 and EGT 365.