M E 331: Geometric Modeling for Engineering Applications
- Catalog Description:
A junior level course introduces undergraduate engineering students to fundamental concepts in geometric modeling of engineering form, and computer-aided design of shapes, components, and assemblies. Lectures are reinforced by the laboratory experience where students operate modern commercial computer-aided design systems to model and to learn the basics of engineering communication, specification, and annotation.
- Credits: 3
- Prerequisites: ME 231 & Math 320& Comp Sci 302 & either ME 240 or EMA 202
- Official Course Description (pdf)
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