Cost estimation process; elements of project cost; conceptual and detailed cost estimation methods; risk assessment and range estimating; case studies; computer aided estimating. Psychological impact of environment. Matrix formulation of the force and of the displacement methods of analysis. Engineers apply the theories and principles of science and mathematics to the economical solution of practical technical problems. Chair and Associate Professor ext. Design factors such as product safety, reliability, life cycle costs and manufacturability. Dynamic response of simple structural systems.
Principles of HVAC system design and analysis; sustainable design issues and impact on environment; component and system selection criteria including room air distribution, fans and air circulation, humidifying and dehumidifying processes, piping and ducting design. Case studies of successful and failed innovations are presented. Production, measurement and control of light. Identify the following observable properties More information. Introduction to the basic principles of integration of avionics systems; review of Earth s geometry and Newton s laws; inertial navigation sensors and systems INS ; errors and uncertainty in navigation; Global Positioning System GPS ; differential and carrier tracking GPS applications; terrestrial radio navigation systems; Kalman filtering; integration of navigation systems using Kalman filtering; integration of GPS and INS using Kalman filtering.
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ENCS ; permission of the Department. The student must complete a total of 30 credit hours. Graduate Certificate in Systems Engineering Systems Engineering is a multi-disciplinary field that aims at integrating the engineering and management functions in the development and creation of a product. Teacher Training and Teacher Certification. Basic principles of thermodynamics and their application to various systems composed of pure substances and their homogeneous non reactive mixtures.
However, liquid and gas are both fluids: Computer applications for thermal load analysis. Awareness of lifetime physical and mental wellness Physical Education Included in a degree or certificate program: Contractual relationships and organizational structures.
Noise control criteria and regulations, instrumentation, noise sources, room acoustics, walls, barriers and enclosures, acoustical materials and structures, vibration and noise control systems for buildings. Standards of energy sciwnce in buildings.
Euler equation, velocity triangles. Introduction to prestressed concrete and masonry structures. Double and triple integrals.
Fundamentals Fluids and Solids: Stress analysis of open and closed cell beams; statically indeterminate beams and frames; single and multi cell torque boxes; symmetric heavy fuselage frames.
I welcome you all More information. Transmission of sound, passive control of noise in buildings, transmission loss, absorption and reverberation time. Introduction to finite element method. Quebec and Canadian legislation; safe work practices; general laboratory safety common to all engineering disciplines, and specific laboratory safety pertaining to particular engineering disciplines. Projects on selected topics. Students planning to register for this course should consult with the Department prior to term of planned registration.
Impact of technology on society. Effects of blast, wind, traffic, and machinery vibrations. Principles of HVAC system design and analysis; sustainable design issues and impact on environment; component and system selection criteria including room air distribution, fans and air circulation, humidifying and dehumidifying processes, piping and ducting design.
Minimum of 60 credits in an engineering program or minimum of 45 credits in a non engineering program. Dynamic response of simple structural systems.
Basics of modern electronic navigation systems, history of air navigation, earth coordinate and mapping systems; basic theory and analysis of modern electronic navigation instrumentation, communication and radar systems, ecs aids, airborne systems, transmitters and antenna coverage; noise and losses, target detection, digital processing, display systems and technology; demonstration of avionic systems using flight simulator.
This course expands on the students second industrial experience term in their related field of study to further develop their knowledge and work related skills.
Differential Relations for Fluid Flow In this approach, we apply our four basic conservation laws to an infinitesimally small control volume.
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Classification of HVAC control systems. Review of piston, turboprop, turbojet and turbofan power plants.
An introduction to microcomputer hardware and applications of the microcomputer in industry. Pre-requisites Engineering Computation The student should be familiar with basic tools in Mathematics and Physics as learned at the High School level and in the first year of Engineering Schools.