Outline

The Department of Mechanical Engineering provides education and substantial research programs for design, production and energy which introduce advanced aspects into normal mechanical engineering subjects to adapt to new industrial techniques. The Department is organized around research divisions specializing in Production Engineering, Energy Engineering and mechanical System Engineering. These research divisions are achieved the research and education based on following field:
Production Engineering: Strength of Materials, Mechanical materials, etc.
Energy Engineering: Fluid Engineering, Fluid Machinery, Thermal Engineering, Internal Combustion Engine, Power, etc.
Mechanical System Engineering: Dynamic of Machinery, Measurements, Automatic control, Mechanical Elements, Lubrication, Design, Industrial processing, Production System, etc.,


Production Engineering
Mechanism and Evaluation of Strength in Fatigue
Damage Evaluation & Remaining-Life Prediction of High-Temperature Materials
Scale-bridging 3D4D Characterization
Development and Mechanical Properties of Metals, Ceramics and Composites
Tribology in Metal Forming Process
Phase Equilibria, Phase Diagrams and Phase Transformations in Engineering Materials
Metal Forming Simulation and Computational Mechanics


Energy Engineering
Flow Engineering
Development of Environmental Conservation Apparatus using Fluid Force
Flow Phenomena of Gas-Liquid Two-Phase Flow in Microchannels and Minichannels
Diesel Engine Combustion of Various Biofuels
Computational and Experimental Gasdynamics and Heat Transfer
Performance Improvement of the Savonius Rotor
Numerical study of Turbulent Combustion and Fire


Mechanical System Engineering
Vibration Characteristics of Delaminated Materials
Manufacturing and Evaluation for Functionally Graded Materials
Intelligent Robot Manipulation, Smart Rehabilitation Systems
Intelligent Manufacturing System
Instrument and Control Engineering
Control of Mechanical Systems
Fracture Mechanics of Delaminations of Laminated Materials
Measurement-integrated Simulation

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