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IMEC-2070 Monitoria de Ingeniería Mecánica

Course administered by the department for outstanding students selected as academic supervisors, based on Article 89 of the General Undergraduate Program Students Regulation (January 2007)

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IMEC-2071 IMEC-2071

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IMEC-2210 Mecánica de Fluidos

This introductory course belongs to the basic engineering sciences. It focuses in the study physical properties of fluids, in the application of principles of conservation, and in the study of mathematical and experimental tools that describe and analyze flows.

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IMEC-2210L IMEC 2210L

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IMEC-2320 Transferencia de Calor

This course focuses on the key topics of conduction, convection, and radiation. One- dimension conduction is studied analytically for steady and transient state conditions whereas twodimension conduction problems are analyzed basically using numerical and graphical methods. Forced convection analyses are considered for internal and external (turbulent and laminar) flows while natural and mixed convection conditions are considered only for external flows. Additionally, the course is complemented with the analysis of radiation problems for black and gray surfaces separated by nonparticipating media. During the development of the course, the students are encouraged to use the Engineering Equation Solver (EES) software in the Engineering problem solutions.

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IMEC-2320L IMEC 2320L

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IMEC-2411 Ingeniería de Materiales

This course introduces the student, who is already familiar with the basic properties and applications of the different kinds of materials, into materials property modification at different length scales,. Such approximation allows improving the criteria for process and product design based on materials structure. Furthermore, such knowledge would be contextualized in the national technological reality.

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3

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Medina Periilla Jorge

IMEC-2411L IMEC 2411L

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IMEC-2428B IMEC-2428B

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IMEC-2520 Mecánica Sólidos Deformables

One of the most common problems for an engineer is to decide proportions, shape and materials for an element of a machine or structure, which have to support external forces during a lifespan without excessive wear, deformation or fracture. The purpose of this course is to provide at the student with bases on structural design unifying concepts from applied mechanics and science of materials.

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3

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Mateus Sandoval Luis

IMEC-2520L IMEC 2520L

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- IMEC-2521

IMEC-2540 Dinámica de Sistemas Mecánicos

Mechanics of Dynamical Systems is the second course in a series of three required courses in the area of Mechanical Systems in the Mechanical Engineering Program. This course focuses on the study of the behavior of dynamical systems with one and two degrees of freedom. It allows the student to perform basic analysis of the vibration dynamics of mechanical systems, while also introducing the basic concepts of rigid body dynamics in two dimensions.

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Mu?Oz Camargo Luis

IMEC-2540L IMEC 2540L

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IMEC-2543 Dinámica de Maquinaria

This course introduces the design of machinery from the point of view of motion. This course discusses design of machinery in order to develop specific movements, the estimation of associated forces and required power for its operation and the power transmission elements to moving the machines. In this course, mathematical models to evaluate the dynamic behavior of machines are developed and simple mechanisms based on analysis and synthesis methodologies are designed and optimized

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IMEC-2543L IMEC 2543L

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- IMEC-2550L

IMEC-2700 Proyecto Intermedio

This course establishes a bridge between Introduction to Mechanical Engineering and Undergraduate thesis, considering that the future engineer will probably have to carry out projects during his professional life. This course contributes to the achievement of the following purposes of the career:,English,- 1. The exploration of the context in which an engineering project is developed (local industrial environment, social, legal, economic, environmental, etc.). 2. Learning and peer feedback. 3. Contextual application of concepts, models and techniques learned during the first half of the undergraduate program. 4. The presentation of project results (reports, oral presentations, etc.).

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IMEC-2797 IMEC-2797

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