Some boring information about some classes I took many years ago.
Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. August 1991; Dissertation research at Michelin R&D Corporation included the integration of prescribed displacement measurements from machine vision experiments into a finite element model in the construction of a hybrid friction model of a loaded rubber block.
Advanced Mechanics of Materials
Nature of Composite Materials
Failure Analysis of Materials
Advanced Heat Transfer
The result of my PhD research at Michelin Research was a hybrid friction model of rubber in the contact patch.
M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA. June 1982; Internal Fluid Flow Research included investigating current practice, designing, construction and fabrication, instrumenting, operating, and acquiring data on the High-Incident-Angle-Cascade-Wind-Tunnel.
Internal Flow I, II & III
Signature Analysis of Mechanical Systems
Numerical Analysis I & II
Applied Math for Engineers
Advanced Engineering Acoustics
Advanced Machine Design
Aerospace Propulsion Systems
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, June 1980.
Advanced Energy Systems
Solar Energy Engineering
Engineering Analysis and Design
Internal Combustion Engines I and II
Steam And Gas Turbines
Thermodynamics I, II, & III
Automatic Controls Engineering
Heat and Mass Transfer
Mechanical Systems Analysis
Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery
Manufacturing Processes w/ Lab
Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
Industrial Electronics w/ Lab
Integral and Differential Calculus
Calculus based Physics
Calculus based Chemistry
History of Science
Geography of Resources
Elements of Material Science
Digital Logic Design
Calculus based Statics and Dynamics
Contemporary Economic Principles