Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering Program. Hamid R. Hamidzadeh Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Tennessee State University Nashville, Tennessee. Work of Mechanical Engineers.
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Hamid R. Hamidzadeh
Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Tennessee State University
Mechanical and Manufacturing Interactions with other Disciplines
1. Dynamics Systems, Fluid Mechanics, Solid mechanics, Design, and Thermal Science
2. Mechatronics, Robotics, and Control
3. Fluid Mechanics, Thermal Science, and Control
4 .Manufacturing Systems, Production, and Design
5. Fluid Mechanics, Solid Mechanics, and Environmental
6. Design of Mechanical Systems
The Department is committed to provide the students with a dynamic academic and professional foundation enabling them to shape the future advancement of knowledge in the areas of mechanical and manufacturing engineering and to contribute to the economic growth and well-being of both the state and the nation.
1. To provide the student with the knowledge of physical sciences, mathematics and engineering science so that the student has the capability to delineate and solve mechanical and related engineering problems.
2. To familiarize the student with the systematic scientific approach to the identification and solution of practical problems in mechanical engineering.
3. To provide the student with experience through the systematic application of engineering fundamentals to the design of mechanical, thermal, and manufacturing components and systems.
6. To provide students with experiences which will prepare them to function effectively in multicultural and multidiscipline teams.
7. To provide students with hands-on experiential learning activities with traditional and modern mechanical and manufacturing machinery, state-of-the art technologies and software to enhance engineering problem solving including man-machine interface problems.
With emphases in areas such as smart structures, electronics packaging, energy and environmental
engineering, and manufacturing, the department
has strong links with other engineering disciplines
and will continue to interact with other areas
This interdisciplinary focus benefits students, faculty, and industry