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Engineering Science

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ES 201 Conservation & Accounting Principles 4R-0L-4C F,W
Prerequisites: EM 121 Statics & Mechanics of Materials I , and MA 113 Calculus III , and PH 111 Physics I
Corequisites: There are no corequisites for this course.

A common framework for engineering analysis is developed using the concepts of a system, accounting and conservation of extensive properties, constitutive relations, constraints, and modeling assumptions. Conservation equations for mass, charge, momentum and energy, and an entropy accounting equation are developed. Applications taken from all engineering disciplines stress constructing solutions from basic principles.
ES 202 Fluid Systems 2 2/3R-1L-3C W,S
Prerequisites: ES 201 Conservation & Accounting Principles with a grade of C or better
Corequisites: There are no corequisites for this course.

Extend the conservation and accounting framework to examine fluid motion. Topics include dimensional analysis, pressure variation in both stationary and moving fluids, viscous effects including boundary layers, laminar and turbulent flow. Applications include lift and drag, pipe flow, compressible flow. Fundamental concepts are enriched by laboratory experiences.
ES 203 Electrical Systems 3R-3L-4C F,W,S
Prerequisites: MA 113 Calculus III , and PH 112 Physics II , and EM 121 Statics & Mechanics of Materials I or EM 120 Engineering Statics
Corequisites: There are no corequisites for this course.

Circuit elements, Kirchhoff's laws, equivalent circuits, voltage and current dividers, and analysis techniques for both DC and the phasor domain. AC circuits and power. Operational amplifiers. Integral laboratory.
ES 204 Mechanical Systems 2 2/3R-1L-3C W,S
Prerequisites: BE 100 Problem Solving in the Biological Sciences & Engineering or ENGD 120 Engineering Design Studio III: Integrating Electrical, Software, and Societal Systems or CSSE 120 Introduction to Software Development , and ENGD 215 Systems Accounting and Modeling II
Corequisites: There are no corequisites for this course.

Conservation and accounting equations applied to mechanical systems. Kinematics and kinetics of particles in space and of rigid bodies in plane motion.
ES 205 Analysis & Design of Engineering Systems 3R-3L-4C S,F
Prerequisites: ES 203 Electrical Systems * or ECE 203 DC Circuits *, or both ES 213 Electrical Systems *, and ES 213L Electrical Systems Lab or ENGD 120 Engineering Design Studio III: Integrating Electrical, Software, and Societal Systems *, and either ES 204 Mechanical Systems 2 or ES 214 Mechanical Systems , and MA 211 Differential Equations *with a grade of C or better
Corequisites: There are no corequisites for this course.

Conservation and accounting principles are used to model engineering systems comprising mechanical, electrical, fluid, and thermal elements. Dynamic behavior and performance criteria are characterized in the time and frequency domains. Topics include block diagrams, deriving and solving differential equations of motion, experimental parameter identification and model validation, teaming, and reporting engineering results.
Prerequisite Notes:

ES205 Prerequisite Clarification:

[ES 203 Electrical Systems* or ECE 203 DC Circuits* or (both ES 213 Electrical Systems* and ES 213L Electrical Systems Lab*) or ENGD 120 Engineering Design Studio III: Integrating Electrical, Software, and Societal Systems*],

and (either ES 204 Mechanical Systems 2 or ES 214 Mechanical Systems),

and MA 211 Differential Equations.

*with a grade of C or better

ES 212 Fluid Systems 3R-3L-4C W,S
Prerequisites: ES 201 Conservation & Accounting Principles With a grade of C or higher
Corequisites: There are no corequisites for this course.

Extend the conservation and accounting framework to examine fluid motion. Topics include dimensional analysis, pressure variation in both stationary and moving fluids, viscous effects including boundary layers, laminar and turbulent flow, and compressibility effects. Applications include similitude, lift and drag, pipe flow, nozzle and diffuser flow. Fundamental concepts are enriched by laboratory experiences.
ES 213 Electrical Systems 3R-0L-3C
Prerequisites: MA 113 Calculus III , PH 112 Physics II , and either EM 121 Statics & Mechanics of Materials I or EM 120 Engineering Statics or CHE 110 Programming & Computation for Chemical Engineers
Corequisites: There are no corequisites for this course.

Circuit elements, Kirchhoff's laws, equivalent circuits, voltage and current dividers, and analysis techniques for both DC and the phasor domain. AC circuits and power. Operational amplifiers.
ES 213L Electrical Systems Lab 0R-3L-1C
Prerequisites: Concurrent registration in or successful completion of ES213 Laboratory component of ES213.
Corequisites: There are no corequisites for this course.

Students will learn the basic use of the function generator, multimeter, oscilloscope, and power supply. Lab activities will occur on a weekly basis and will reinforce the topics covered in ES213. Should be taken in the same quarter as ES213.
ES 214 Mechanical Systems 3R-1L-4C W,S
Prerequisites: ES 201 Conservation & Accounting Principles *, ME 123 Computer Programming or BE 100 Problem Solving in the Biological Sciences & Engineering or CSSE 120 Introduction to Software Development *ES 201 with a grade of C or higher
Corequisites: ES 212 Fluid Systems

Conservation and accounting equations applied to mechanical systems. Kinematics and kinetics of particles in space and of rigid bodies in plane motion.
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