Elastic behavior and plastic theory. Introduction to human anatomy and physiology using an engineering systems approach. Developmental Psychology, 44 2: Properties of fluids, fluid statics, inviscid fluid dynamics, fluid kinematics, thermodynamic principles, mass momentum and energy principles, similitude and dimensional analysis, laminar and turbulent flow, vicous effects, flow in pressure conduits and external flows.
Complex variable methods, stress couples, nonlinear elasticity, numerical methods, potential methods, boundary value problems, and various special topics. Student team completes design, construction, and testing of research experiment; that is then flown on NASA microgravity research aircraft.
Variational principles of mechanics and applications to engineering problems; principles of virtual displacements, minimum potential energy, and complementary energy, Castigliano's theorem, Hamilton's principle.
A brief summary of current research areas follows.
Applications in the nervous system, the cardiovascular system, the musculoskeletal system, and cancer. Research facilities include a state-of-the-art ultrasound imaging laboratory, an aerosol inhalation exposure system, laser-based holographic and moire interferometric equipment, a lung acoustic impedance measurement system; and modern orthopedic, rehabilitation, and computer research laboratories.
To that end, we study interactions among information technologies and people, create innovative information technologies that serve the diverse needs of society, and educate our students to be leaders in these endeavors.
Qualifier Examination within the first two semesters in the program. Biomedical Sensing Optical sensing, electrochemical and chemical fiber-optic sensors, chemical measurements in cells and tissues, endoscopy.
The development of anode materials for hydrogen fuel cells and electrolysers, methanol fuel cells and chlorine evolution as a function of anode chemistry and surface treatment offering enhanced reactivity and selectivity is under investigation.
Aerodynamic testing and instrumentation. Interested in learning how organizations work and how information technology can support their practices? Flight Vehicle Design 2. This grant covers the purchase of high-performance workstations for a combinatorial approach to their research.
Planning, designing, and reporting on complex systems on individual and group basis.
Theory of Elasticity 1. Great job and Congratulations Laura. Laboratory demonstrations and experiments. Engineering Science at the University of Toronto is one of the most selective and advanced engineering programs offered in the world.
The dual degree requires twenty hours of technical electives. Introduction to rocket and spacecraft propulsion. Introduction to Gas Dynamics.
The course is focused on a team-based design exercise to develop an end-to-end spacecraft mission concept. Inviscid flows over airfoils, spheres, cones, wedges, and bodies of revolution. Mathematical preliminaries including index notation; analysis of stress; analysis of deformation; fundamental laws, field equations, and constitutive equations; application to fluids and solids.
Students transferring into the major must satisfy the following minimum requirements. Nomenclature of aircraft, aerodynamics, civil air regulations, navigation, meteorology, aircraft, and aircraft engines.
Gives the engineering student a basic understanding of the human system so that the student may include it as an integral part of the design.
Cardiovascular Systems Normal cardiac physiology, pathogenesis of cardiac diseases, cardiac development, therapeutic technologies, including cardiac regeneration; electrophysiological techniques, imaging technologies, mathematical modeling, gene regulation, molecular biology techniques; cardiac bioelectricity and cardiac biomechanics.
Although the faculty background and interests in the areas of aerodynamics and fluid mechanics are broad, recent research has been concentrated on applications of computational fluid dynamics CFD to investigate a wide variety of problems in fuel cell technology, fixed wing and rotorcraft aerodynamics, bioengineering, and combustion.Pursuing a research-driven graduate engineering degree at the University of Toronto means developing the specialized knowledge and expertise needed to design a better world for tomorrow and fuel our economy.
Energy and Environmental Engineering; Thermal and Fluid Sciences Engineering; Biosketch Charles Albert Ward received his BSc from the University of Texas, Arlington, and his doctorate from Northwestern University.
He joined the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Toronto inand was promoted to Professor in Professor Simon A.M. Hesp has developed a leading team of researchers and developers at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, in the area of asphalt and pavement.
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