This certificate has been designed for students who wish to develop their knowledge and competency in the rapidly expanding field of computational mechanics. Computational mechanics is a computer-based discipline used to tackle highly complex engineering problems with the use of numerical approximation techniques. This certificate will provide students with the skills necessary to formulate, synthesize, implement and analyze complex engineering problems in the fields of solids, fluids, and energy. Students can customize the focus of their studies by selecting the topics that match their interests and/or the interests of their employers.
To earn an MEng Certificate in Computational Mechanics in Design, a student must take four courses: three from a list of core courses, and one from a list of elective courses, and complete an MEng project in the area of Computational Mechanics in Design. Courses taken as an undergraduate student may not be used to satisfy the Certificate requirements.
A student must take three of the following:
|MIE1005||Theory of Vibrations|
|MIE1210||Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer|
|MIE1716||Design and Computer Aided Engineering|
|MIE1804||The Finite Element Method in Mechanical Engineering|
A student must take one course from the following list. (Note that the M.Eng. project supervisor may approve an elective course not on the list to meet the requirements of the certificate program.)
|MIE1713||Analysis and Design of Joints in Manufactured Products|
|MIE1720||Creativity in Conceptual Design|
|MIE1740||Smart Materials and Structures|
|MIE1741||Multiphysics Materials Modeling|
|MIE1807||Principles of Measurements|