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First semester

EGR5213 Descriptive Geometry


Introduction on the human visual system. Forms of human visualization. Orthogonal projection system. Basic elements of construction: point, line and plane. Real magnitude determination mechanisms: projection and change of plane. Representation of objects with intersections, sections, planify and modeling. Grade 7.5 Enough Attendance

EMC5001 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering


Lectures on Mechanical Engineering. Role of the engineer on the social and technological context. Lectures on the course of Mechanical Engineering: curriculum and standards. Visits to laboratories: basic equipment introduction, nomenclature and important processes demonstrations. Engineering tools. Grade 8.5 Enough Attendance

EQA5116 General Chemistry A


Stechiometry, mol. Combustion: solid, liquid and gaseous fuels. Chemical polymeric structures: crystallinity, chemical and mechanical properties. Polymers of general use. Ironworks: obtaining pig iron and iron, special irons. Oxidationreduction: Nernst equation, metallic corrosion. Boiler water treatment. Enough Attendance Grade 7.5

FSC5102 Physics A
lntroduction to the fundamental concepts of dynamics, energy conservation and linear momentum. Enough Attendance Grade 10.0

MTM5161 Calculus A
Real functions with real variable. Elementary functions. Notions about limits and continuity. The derivative. Derivative applications. Definite and indefinite integral. Grade 6.5 Enough Attendance

MTM5512 Analytic Geometry


Matrix. Determinant. Linear systems. Vectorial algebra. Plan and line study. Other curves. Surfaces. Grade 7.0 Enough Attendance

Second semester
EGR5214 Technical Drawing I
Introduction to free-hand drawing. Drawing standards. Fundamental free-hand drawing techniques. Orthogonal view and auxiliary. Isometric and oblique perspectives. Quoting, scaling. Surface finishing indication. Tolerance and mechanical adjustments. CAD introduction: basic concepts and modeling types, coordinate system and data input, modeling creation strategy, edition and model visualization commands. Section view. Machine elements representation: union and transmission elements drawing. Introduction to project, assembly representation and mechanical details. Enough Attendance Grade 9.5

FSC5103 Statics for Engineering


Balance of particles and rigid bodies conditions study (structures, beams, trellis, etc...) on the plan and in the space, involving reactions calculation in usual engineering connections. Axial forces calculation , shear strain and bending moment in structures and beams. Areas and volumes of simple illustrations and composed illustrations centroids calculation. Inertia moment calculation of simple and composed plane foils and of simple and composed solids. Cable balance. Enough Attendance Grade 8.0

FSC5124 Experimental Physics for Engineering A


Measurement instruments. Errors. Graphic plotting. Basic physics experiments. Discussion about the experiments. Confection of reports. Enough Attendance Grade 8.0

FSC5137 Theoretical Physics A


Fundamental principles of properties of general ondulatory movements, such as phase velocities, frequency-time uncertain relations, modes of vibration and wave energy. Thermodynamics: mass conservation, entropy growth, order, irreversibility, Carnot cycle, ideal and real gas behavior, kinetic gas theory and statistic mechanic introduction. Grade 6.0 Enough Attendance

INE5231 Computer Science I


Introduction to computing systems. Algorithms formulation and representation. Introduction to programs and programming language. Practical implementation of algorithms in a programming language. General application description. Grade 9.0 Enough Attendance

MTM5162 Calculus B
Integration techniques. Definite integral applications. Improper integrals. Multiple variable functions. Partial derivatives. Partial derivatives applications. Multiple integration. Enough Attendance Grade 8.0

MTM5245 Linear Algebra


Vectorial space. Linear transformations. Change of basis. Intern product. Orthogonal transformations. Autovalues and autovectors of an operator. Diagonalization. Application of linear algebra to sciences. Enough Attendance Grade 7.5

Third semester
EMC2128 - Solid Mechanics A
Internal solicitations. Reactions. Diagrams. Stress and Strain. Stress States. Differential equations of balance. Strain transformations. Stress-strain diagrams. Hooke's Law. Axial strain of bars. Simple and oblique bending. Bending in beams of asymmetric sections. Shearing on long beams. Torsion. Composed solicitations. Stress analysis on a point. Collapse Theory. Grade 9.5 Enough Attendance

EMC5201 Material Science for Engineering


Classification of the materials for mechanic construction. Chemical bonding and its effects on metallic, ceramic and polymeric materials. Crystalline structure. Defects in the crystal structure. Diffusion principles. Correlation between microstructure and properties. Phase diagrams of steel: pearlite, bainite and martensite. Heat treatments: normalization, quench, annealing. Grade 8.0 Enough Attendance

EMC5223 Statistics and Metrology for Engineers


The role of Statistics in engineering. Probability and statistics: main probability distributions, histogram, central tendency measurement and dispersion, inferences about mean and variance, statistic dependency, regression and correlation. Metrology: international system of units, errors measurement uncertainties, uncertainty combination and propagation, calibration and traceability, generalized measure system, measure system characteristics, measure result, quality warranty, metrology and citizenship: consumer protection. Grade 9.0 Enough Attendance

INE5232 - Computer Science II


Errors and numeration systems. Algebraic and transcendental equations solution. Polynomial equations solution. Linear and non-linear system of equations. Interpolation and curves adjustment. Numeric integration. Ordinary differential equations and differential equations systems numeric solutions.

Errors and numeration systems. Algebraic and transcendental equations solution. Polynomial equations solution. Linear and non-linear system of equations. Interpolation and curves adjustment. Numeric integration. Ordinary differential equations and differential equations systems numeric solutions. Grade 8.5 Enough Attendance

MTM5163 Calculus C
Vectorial calculus notions. Curvilinear and surface integrals. Stokes Theorem. Gauss Divergence Theorem. 1st order differential equations. Order n linear differential equations. Laplace Transform notions. Grade 7.0 Enough Attendance

Fourth semester
EMC5302 Design Methodology in Mechanical Engineering
Introduction: product design context and importance. Process models and planning of product design. Methods and tools for the design problem specification and product concept. Preliminary project: modeling, analysis and project solutions simulation. Detailed project: construction and prototype test. Enough Attendance Grade 6.5

EMC5407 Fluid Mechanics I


Fundamental concepts. Statics of fluids. Integral and differential laws of conservation. Non-viscous incompressible flow. Dimensional and similarity analysis. Internal compressible viscous flow. Enough Attendance Grade 8.5

FSC5207 Mechanics II Dynamics


Study of the particle and rigid body kinetics. Dynamic of the particle and rigid body kinetics Enough Attendance Grade 8.5

MTM5164 Calculus D
Complex analysis notion. Partial differential equations notions. Numeric series. Power series. Taylor series. Fourier series. Grade 7.0 Enough Attendance

Fifth semester
EMC5110 Experimental Methods in Mechanical Properties
Measurement of variables such as tensile strength, elastic and plastic deformation of materials. Study and execution of experiments in solid mechanics and mechanical engineering materials. Elastic constants, ductility, toughness, impact resistance, fatigue life. Bending resistance to fragile solids. Enough Attendance Grade 7.5

EMC5123 Mechanisms
Introduction. Concepts and notations applied to mechanisms. Mechanisms types study. Elementary concepts on dimensional synthesis of articulated mechanisms. Kinematic analyses of plane cams, spur and helical gears. Enough Attendance Grade 6.5

EMC5202 Machining Processes


Concepts, characterization and functions of machine, tool and work piece. Fundaments, systems and processes of machining with defined and undefined geometry tools. Non-conventional machining processes. Thermal, mechanical and chemical phenomena. Machining tool: geometry, materials, wearing and failure. Characteristics and applications of different machines. Machining costs and productivity analisys. Defects on machined pieces. Grade 8.5 Enough Attendance

EMC5203 Metals Forming and Polymers Molding


Classification and description of the processes of mechanical forming. Technology and fields of application of forging processes. Cold forming. Wire drawing. Rolling. Extrusion. Introduction to sheet formability.Tools. Employed machines. Fundaments of polymer processing: extrusion, blow, thermophorming, injection. Process variations and mold types. Project and fabrication of molds with CAE/CAD/CAM. Confection of molds with high-speed prototyping.

Classification and description of the processes of mechanical forming. Technology and fields of application of forging processes. Cold forming. Wire drawing. Rolling. Extrusion. Introduction to sheet formability.Tools. Employed machines. Fundaments of polymer processing: extrusion, blow, thermophorming, injection. Process variations and mold types. Project and fabrication of molds with CAE/CAD/CAM. Confection of molds with high-speed prototyping. Grade 7.0 Enough Attendance

EMC5408 Fluid Mechanics II


Turbulent flow. External incompressible viscous flow. Flux machines. Compressible flow. Enough Attendance Grade 9.0

EMC5410 Experimental Thermal Sciences


Measurement of physical variables such as pressure, heat flux, speed and mass flow rate. Study and execution of experiments in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transmission. Execution of energy balances, efficiency evaluation, experience with several equipment. Enough Attendance Grade 8.0

FSC5133 Theoretical Physics B


Electric charge. Electric field. Gauss Law. Potential. Capacitor. Electric current. Electromotor force and circuits. Magnetic field. Ampere's Law. Faraday's Law. Inductance. Magnetic properties of the matter. Optical physics. Interference. Diffraction. Polarization. Quantum physics. Waves and particles. Enough Attendance Grade 10.0

Sixth semester
EEL5113 Main Eletrotechnics
Basic notions on electricity. Electric circuits. Transformers. Electric motor. Grade 8.5 Enough Attendance

EMC5005 Integrated Project in Mechanical Engineering


Development of a project. Introduction: review of the project process, project planning, project execution, project specification. Conception, modeling, simulation and model or prototype evaluation. Enough Attendance Grade 9.5

EMC5210 Experimental Manufacture and Metrology


Development of a reverse engineering project. Development of activities in laboratories with emphasis in specific areas: metrology, casting, machining and polymers processing. Enough Attendance Grade 9.0

EMC5335 Machine Elements


Gear load capacity. Screws unions. Helical springs. Spindles. Connections cube-spindle. Ball bearings and slide bearings. Couplings. Reducers. Brakes and clutches. Chains and belts. Enough Attendance Grade 6.0

EMC5336 Control of Dynamic Systems


Introduction to feedback systems. Dynamic models of mechanical, electric and electromechanic systems. Dynamic response. Feedback systems basic properties. The frequency response method. Enough Attendance Grade 7.5

Seventh semester
EMC5003 Technology and Development
What is STS. Definitions of science, technology, society. Industrial revolution. Industrial and social development. New technology diffusion. Technologic society and its implications. Notions of risk and technologic impact. Production and society models. Contemporary challenges. Science and technology influences in social organization. Relations between science,not accomplished. Subject technology and society. Ethical and politic questions.

EMC5140 Vibration Control


Characterization of vibrating movements. Physical and mathematical modeling of systems with 1 degree of freedom. Answers of stable linear systems. Techniques on vibration control. Measuring mechanical vibrations instruments. Systems with more than 1 degree of freedom. Rotating mechanical systems. Preventive maintenance based on measured vibration. Grade 8.5 Enough Attendance

EMC5204 Welding
General characteristics of electric arc welding processes. Electric arc. Energy source for welding. TIG process. Welding with consumable electrode. MIG/MAG processes. Welding with coated electrode. Tubular wire. Heat effects in welding. Concepts of weldability and discontinuities. Enough Attendance Grade 7.5

ENS5146 Introduction to Environmental Engineering


The environment crisis. Environmental process fundaments. Pollution control on aquatic, terrestrial and atmospheric environments. Environment management system. Environmental standards. The environmental variable in the conception of materials and products. Cleaner production. Economy and environment. Environmental legislation. Grade 8.5 Enough Attendance

EPS5229 Industrial Organization


Introduction. Concept and function of administration: development of administrative thought. Organization and method. Operation control and planning. Organization principles. Organizational structures. Technology and environment influence. The process of organization or reorganization. Elaboration of project for small and medium ventures. Service manuals. Human resources management. Motivation and leadership. Grade 7.5 Enough Attendance

Eighth semester
EMC5021 Planning of Diploma Thesis
Planning of the thesis to be presented on the next semester. Correlated activities. Subject not accomplished.

Nineth semester
EMC5022 Diploma Thesis
Writing and presentation of the diploma thesis Subject not accomplished.

Tenth semester
EMC5522 Professional Probatory Period
A semester of work in a partner company Subject not accomplished.

Optional subjects
EMC5522 Automotive Vehicles
Tires, motion resistance, transfer of forces to the ground and braking mechanics, balance of power, stability, steering, suspension systems and principles of aerodynamic bodies. Enough Attendance

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