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## IMEC-2070 Monitoria de Ingenieria Mecanica

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-2210 Mecanica de Fluidos

This is an introductory course that belongs to the basic sciences of engineering. It is focused on the study of the most important physical properties of fluids and the basic mathematical models that allow to describe, analyze and control their behavior, in common static and dynamical conditions. The course is essentially theoretical, although some applications are treated. Experimental and practical aspects of engineering practice related to fluid mechanics are also discussed.

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## IMEC-2210L Laboratorio de Mecanica Fluidos

The course is focused on the study of the most important physical properties of fluids and the basic mathematical models that allow to describe, analyze and control their behavior, in common static and dynamical conditions. The course is essentially theoretical, although some applications are treated. Experimental and practical aspects of engineering practice related to fluid mechanics are also discussed.

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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 Laboratorio de Transferencia de Calor

In this lab the basic heat transfer mechanisms are studied: conduction, convection and radiation. In conduction, steady- state and transient situations are considered. Analytical, numerical and graphical methods are used. The study of convection includes boundary layers, laminar and turbulent flows, as well as forced, free and mixed conditions, for both internal and external flows. The discussion of radiation comprises ideal and real emitters of thermal radiation, and the radiant exchange between opaque surfaces.

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## IMEC-2411 Ingeniería de Materiales

Having learned the properties and basic applications of the main material families, this course seeks to introduce the student into the world of structures control in its most relevant scales. This approach allows giving more precision to the selection criteria for the design of processes and products, taking into account the internal structure of the material. It is also desired that the knowledge acquired is contextualized with the national technological reality and that it is used to motivate innovation. The objective of the course will be achieved through the study of the different families of materials, particularly metals, ceramics and polymers. This study will be carried out with the following sequence: i. Generalities-introduction, ii. Structures, iii. Properties, iv. Manipulation-volumetric and superficial properties, v. Composites from this material family. The execution of projects will be the application center and contextualization of the gained knowledge.

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## IMEC-2411L Materials Engineering Lab

Having learned the properties and basic applications of the main material families, this course seeks to introduce the student into the world of structures control in its most relevant scales. This approach allows giving more precision to the selection criteria for the design of processes and products, taking into account the internal structure of the material. It is also desired that the knowledge acquired is contextualized with the national technological reality and that it is used to motivate innovation. The objective of the course will be achieved through the study of the different families of materials, particularly metals, ceramics and polymers. This study will be carried out with the following sequence: i. Generalities-introduction, ii. Structures, iii. Properties, iv. Manipulation-volumetric and superficial properties, v. Composites from this material family. The execution of projects will be the application center and contextualization of the gained knowledge.

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## IMEC-2520 Mecanica Solidos Deformables

The main purpose of this course is to provide the fundamentals of structural design from a unified treatment of applied mechanics. The constant demand of machine structures and components ever more sophisticated, require the engineer to have a clear understanding of the stress and strain components, and of material properties. From this, the course must deliver the student the ideas and information necessary to understand the basic concepts of deformable body mechanics and, with this, give impulse to the creative process for design.

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## IMEC-2520L Deformable Body Mechanics Lab

The main purpose of this course is to provide the fundamentals of structural design from a unified treatment of applied mechanics. The constant demand of machine structures and components ever more sophisticated, require the engineer to have a clear understanding of the stress and strain components, and of material properties. From this, the course must deliver the student the ideas and information necessary to understand the basic concepts of deformable body mechanics and, with this, give impulse to the creative process for design.

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## IMEC-2540 Dinamica de Sistemas Mecanicos

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.

This course deals with the study of the dynamic behaviour of one degree of freedom mechanical systems. The course enables the capacity to analize the rigid body dynamics in two dimensions as well as the vibration dynamcs of mechanical systems.

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## IMEC-2540L Laboratorio de Dinamica de Sistemas Mecanicos

This course deals with the study of the dynamic behaviour of one degree of freedom mechanical systems. The course enables the capacity to analize the rigid body dynamics in two dimensions as well as the vibration dynamcs of mechanical systems.

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## IMEC-2543 Dinamica de Maquinaria

This course approaches the analysis and synthesis of mechanisms and machines, from the motion point of view. In the course, the associated forces and required power for the operation of those machines are estimated,  analyzing the power transmission elements used to move them.

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## IMEC-2543L Dynamics of Machinery Lab

This course approaches the analysis and synthesis of mechanisms and machines, from the motion point of view. In the course, the associated forces and required power for the operation of those machines are estimated,  analyzing the power transmission elements used to move them.

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## IMEC-2700 Proyecto Intermedio

Intermediate project is the second course of the program’s project sequence, constituted additionally by the courses Introduction to Mechanical Engineering and Degree Project. The main objective of the course is the formal development of a ME project, through the application of specific tools of this discipline. This project will invariably have the following elements: The exploration of the context in which a project is carried out (local industrial environment, as well as social, legal, economic and environmental aspects, among others).This course promotes: learning and feedback from peers, contextualized application of concepts, models and techniques learned during the first half of the program, and preparation of project results (reports, oral presentations, etc.).

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