Modelling and Simulation

In this course, various numerical analysis tools: scientific numerical computing, dynamic simulation, and finite element analysis software, are introduced. How to identify model geometry, boundary conditions, and material propcrties are discussed considering the physical interpretation ofproblems. The interpretation ofsimulation results is also discussed 1. Understand the operation of finite element methods, scientific numerical, and dynamic simulation software. 2. Create 2-dimensional geometry models, and define boundary conditions. 3. Obtain analytical solutions and compare with numerical simulation solutions.
Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture, Tutorial and Discussion, Individual and Group Assignment. week 1, week 2, etc. Prof. Yutaka Asako conditional SMJP 4213 3 Sem 8 * not provided Assignment, Report and Final Examination. Prof. Yutaka Asako mailto:y.asako@utm.my

Tribology

The course “Tribology” provides a basic knowledge on contact, friction, wear and lubrication. Besides the basic knowledge described above, this course would provide the example of practical application of tribology. 1. Differentiate and explain technical terms in tribology field. 2. Analyze and explain the functions of tribological phenomena appeared in industrial products. 3. Select the suitable model of the simple contact, sliding or rolling contact phenomena using fundamental tribology knowledge. 4. Combine the fundamental scientific knowledge and the problems in the modern tools which is necessary in tribology field. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture, Tutorial and Discussion, Individual and Group Assignment, Written Test. week 1, week 2, etc. Prof. Dr. Kanao Fukuda conditional SMJP 3063 3 * elective 1. Bowden, F.P. and Tabor, D., “The Friction and lubrication of Solids, ” Oxford University Press, 1986. 2. E. Rabinowicz, Friction and Wear of Materials, John Wiley and Sons, 1965. 3. Gwidon Stachowick and Andrew W. Bachelor, Engineering Tribology, Third edition, John Wiley, 2005. Quiz, Assignment, Final Examination Prof. Dr. Kanao Fukuda mailto:Fukuda.kl@utm.my

Vibration and Noise

This course is to familiarize the students with the sources of vibration and noise and expose the students to the fundamental of mechanical vibrations and noise engineering. It provides the students with the tools essential to tackle the problem of vibrations produced in machines and structures due to unbalance forces, vibrations isolation, two degree of freedom system, multi-degree of freedom system and continuous system. A noise part is devoted to sound level and subjective response to sound, noise, effects, ratings and regulations and Noise: sources, isolation and control. 1. Define the concepts of vibration and noise 2. Analyse and formulate the system from single degree to multi degree of freedom systems and practice case studies on the field of vibration and noise. 3. Present the sources of noise and vibrations and presents clearly the methods to control it. Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology UTMKL Lecture, Problem Based Learning, Co-operative Learning and Presentation. week 1 – 2, week 3 – 4, etc. AP Dr. Aminudin Abu conditional SMJP 3263 3 * elective 1. Thomson, W. T., Theory of Vibration and Its Applications, prentice Hall, New Delhi, 1982. 2. A. G. Ambekar, Mechanical Vibrations and Noise Engineering, PHI Learning Private Ltd. New Delhi, 2013. 3. Rao, J. S and Gupta, K., Introductory course on theory and practice of mechanical vibrations, Wile Eastern, New Delhi, 1984. Test, Assignment, Project, Final Examination AP Dr. Aminudin Abu mailto:aminudin.kl@utm.my