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Design Exercise for Global Engineering B

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Numbering Code
  • U-ENG23 43178 LJ77
Term 2020/First semester
Number of Credits 2 credits
Course Type Lecture
Target Student Undergraduate
Language Japanese
Day/Period Fri.3・4
Instructor(s)
  • Graduate School of Engineering, Professor KOIKE KATSUAKI
  • Graduate School of Energy Science, Professor TAKUDA HIROHIKO
  • Graduate School of Energy Science, Professor FUJIMOTO HITOSHI
  • Graduate School of Energy Science, Professor MABUCHI MAMORU
  • Graduate School of Engineering, Associate Professor KASHIWAYA KOUKI
  • Graduate School of Energy Science, Associate Professor KUSUDA HIROMU
  • Graduate School of Energy Science, Associate Professor HAKAMADA MASATAKA
  • Graduate School of Energy Science, Associate Professor HAMA TAKAYUKI
  • Graduate School of Engineering, Associate Professor MURATA SUMIHIKO
  • Graduate School of Engineering, Assistant Professor ISHITSUKA KAZUYA
  • Graduate School of Energy Science, Assistant Professor KUSAKA EISHI
  • Graduate School of Engineering, Assistant Professor TAKEKAWA JUNICHI
  • Graduate School of Energy Science, Assistant Professor CHIN YUUSEI
Outline and Purpose of the Course Two courses (a, b) are opened in parallel.
In the course (a), the aim is understanding theories of numerical simulation, and carrying out the simulation analysis. Lectures on simulation theory and analysis are conducted with exercises.
In the course(b), lectures and exercises on basic knowledge related to resources and energy are conducted.
Course Goals Course (a): getting skill solving problems using simulation, and presentation technique.
Course (b): getting basic knowledge on resources and energy.
Schedule and Contents a-1. Simulation Theory and Introduction of Each Theme, 3 times, Explanations of theories of numerical simulations analysis, and each theme for students.
a-2. Simulation exercise, 6 times, Students carry out numerical simulation analysis based on each theme.
a-3. Interim report, 1 time, Each student explains their own theme, and reports the method and the progress.
a-4. Simulation exercise, 4 times, Continue simulation analysis for each theme.
a-5. Presentation of final results, 1 time, Summary of the analysis results, and the presentation.

b-1. Deformation and Strength of Metallic Material, 4~6 times, Learning deformation behavior and strength characteristics of metallic materials from the dislocation theory, and also basic knowledge on the relationship between macroscopic behavior and factors in deformation. Exercise on fundamental problems related to them.
b-2. Observation and Analysis of Minerals, 4~6 times, Observations and Analysis of production and dissolution of methane hydrate using microscope. Observation rock minerals, rock texture, micro-cracks. Knowledge of rock minerals.
b-3. Numerical analysis of thermal fluid, 3~5 times, Explanation of finite difference method for estimation of numerical solution of thermal fluid. Programming exercise.
b-4 Confirmation of achievement, 1 time, Confirmation of students knowledge.
In the Course (b), Professors in charge of each theme will decide the number of lecture and exercise according to the degree of students' understanding. The total number of them is 15 times.
Grading Policy In the course (a), the half of scores is based on student's presentation with discussion, the rest is from student's reports.
In the course (b), the score is based on student's daily study attitude and reports.
Prerequisites In the course (a), it is desirable to complete the subjects relating Computer Programming and Informatics.
In the course (b), it is desirable to complete the next subjects, Physical Chemistry, Materials Testing for mineral science and technology, Materials and Plasticity, and Resources and Energy.
Preparation and Review It will be shown in the lectures.
Textbook
  • It will be shown in the lectures. Printed materials will be also provided.
Reference(s)
  • It will be shown in the lectures.