# Undergraduate

# Prof. M.K. Kim

**[Creative Engineering Design]**

Textbook: None

Objective: This course will introduce basic qualities for design engineers that will form the foundation for life-long learning for all engineers through team-based project-based learning. The qualities for designers covered include: creative problem solving ability, visual reasoning and sketching ability, teamwork ability, ability to understand consumer trends and consider user perspectives, ability to represent functions reflecting user requirements and generating concepts to realize such functions, ability to discuss about design contents as well as reporting and presenting.

**[Statics]**

Textbook: Engineering Mechanics Statics 12th Edition in SI units

Author: R.C. Hibbeler

Objective: This course is designed to provide students with presentation of theory and applications of statics as engineering mechanics. It covers force equilibrium for particles in 3 dimensional system, 2-3 dimensional equilibrium of a rigid body. After midterm, it will cover Structural analysis, Internal forces, center of gravity and centroid, and moments of inertia.

**[Solid Mechanics]**

Textbook: Mechanics of Materials 7^{th} edition

Author: R. C. Hibbeler

Objective: Solid mechanics is a branch of applied mechanics that deals with the behavior of solid bodies subjected to various types of loading. The solid bodies considered in this course are axially loaded members, shafts in torsion, thin shells, beams, and columns, as well as structures that are assemblies of these components. The objective of this course is determination on stresses, strains, and displacements produced by the loads.

**[Engineering Mathematics 1]**

Textbook: Advanced Engineering 9^{th} edition

Author: Erwin Kreyszig

Korean version of Textbook: 『KREYZIG 공업수학』

Objective: In this course, we will learn how to formulate mathematical models for phenomena in nature, solve the given problems by mathematical methods, and interprete the mathematical results in physical terms. This course will cover the following topics : the 1st, 2nd, and higher order differential equations ; Laplace transforms ; series solutions of differential equations ; Bessel functions ; Legendre polynomials ; solutions of linear systems ; eigenvalue and eigenvectors ; diagonalization of matrix.

**[Engineering Mathematics 2]**

Textbook: Advanced Engineering 9^{th} edition

Author: Erwin Kreyszig

Korean version of Textbook: 『KREYZIG 공업수학』

Objective: This course will be a continuation of Engineering Mathematics I. Topics include : Fourier analysis ; Cauchy-Riemann equation ; Line integrals in the complex plane ; Cauchy integral theorem and its application ; Taylor series and Laurent series ; Residue theorem and its application ; conformal mappings.

**[Introduction to Biomedical Engineering]**

Textbook: Introduction to Biomedical Engineering 2^{nd} edition

Author: Enderle, John D. / Blanchard, Susan M. / Bronzino, Joseph D.

Objective: As an introductory class of biomedical course, it introduces the general concept of Biomedical Engineering and explains its terms. And this class offers an opportunity to understand how Mechanical Engineering is related to Biomedical Engineering. As for Biomechanics, this class deals with basic mechanical properties of living tissues, dynamic analysis of human body motion and biomechanics of musculoskeletal system, etc. In conclusion, this class makes it possible that people understand and analyze human-body as a mechanical system.

# Prof. B.S. Lim – Emeritus

**[Mechanical Engineering Materials]**

Textbook: Engineering Materials and Their Applications 4th edition

Author: Flinn/Trojan

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Co.

Korean version of Textbook: 『공업재료』 translated by B.S. Lim et al. (Kyobo Book Centre)

Objective: As the fundamental course in mechanical engineering, both theoretical and applied lectures are given to provide the basic knowledge necessary for the effective material selection and design of the machinery components and structures. Focused on metallic materials, the crystal structures, defects and strength, deformation, fracture, heat treatments, phase diagrams, strengthening mechanisms, the mechanical properties and characteristics of various steels, cast irons and nonferrous alloys will be discussed.

**[Mechanical Behavior of Materials]**

Textbook: Mechanical Metallurgy 3rd edition

Author: Dieter

Publisher: McGraw Hill

Korean version of Textbook: 『금속강도학 제3판』 translated by J.S. Choi et al. (SciTech)

Reference: Engineering Materials and Their Applications 4th edition by Flinn and Trojan, Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Enigineering Materials 4th edition by Hertzberg

Objective: Mechanical behaviors like deformation and fracture of solid are covered from the view point of safety and reliability of machines and structures. Lectures will cover topics like elastic properties of stress and strain, deformation on the basis of dislocation theory, fracture, basic fracture mechanics, fracture toughness and design, fatigue, high temperature fatigue and creep.

**[Experiment in Metallurgical Microscope]**

Textbook: None

Objective: This experimental course will cover heat treatment of metallic materials. Students practice heat treatment process and observe organization of metals to learn composition of metallic materials and heat treatment process.