|Engineering Technology Program
EGR 104—Engineering Materials 3-0-3
The engineering technology program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge they need to function as assistants to engineers.
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Surveys the metallic, polymeric and ceramic materials used in industry. The course will familiarize the student with the components of modern construction materials from a standpoint of durability, serviceability and appearance. It focuses on material properties of alloys, iron and steel, nonferrous and ferrous alloys, nonmetallic materials, plastics, ceramics, glass, concrete and wood.
EGR 105—Manufacturing Procedures 3-0-3
Surveys the methods used to convert engineering materials into useful items. Methods surveyed include casting, powder metallurgy, hot and cold working, machining, and surface finishing. Measurement, quality control, and corrosion protection are additional topics. Prerequisite: EGR 104
EGR 110—Descriptive Geometry 2-2-3
Basic introduction designed to illustrate the graphic solution of engineering problems that can be analyzed in three-dimensional space relationships and delineated according to the principles of orthographic projection. Prerequisite: DFT 105
EGR 122—Industrial Safety and Health 3-0-3
Introduces the concepts and techniques necessary to safely perform tasks in an industrial environment including: materials handling, electrical equipment, fire prevention, flammable materials, safety signs, medical emergencies, hazardous materials safety.
EGR 180—Principles of Industrial Hydraulics 2-4-4
Incorporates the theory and practical application of hydraulics in the nuclear, robotics and engineering fields. Includes the study of industrial/hydraulic principles; actuators, pumps, air compressors, hoists; servo control valves; timers; switches; relays; flow and pressure control valve; relief valves; spool valves and distribution systems. Troubleshooting, analysis and experiment exercises are conducted on a hydraulic trainer.
EGR 181—Principles of Industrial Pneumatics 2-4-4
Deals with the design and operation of advanced servo systems. It also is concerned with such topics as power generation and regulation, accumulators and pneumatic motors. Prerequisite: EGR 180
EGR 199—Engineering Technology Internship 1-12-3
Students will obtain experience in the engineering field through a combination of occupational instruction and on-the-job training. This course integrates classroom occupational study with a planned supervised practical work experience. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
EGR 210—Quality Control 3-0-3
Covers the fundamentals of industrial quality control including necessary probability and statistics basics, control charts, process capability, sampling, reliability and product liability considerations.
EGR 220—Introduction to Statics and 3-0-3
Strength of Materials Study of principles and analysis of stresses which occur in structural elements subjected to statistic loads. Methods of calculation of reactions, stresses, resultants, shear and moment diagrams and their application in various structural problems. Includes study of force systems. Stresses calculated for tension compression and shear in welded, bolted and riveted joints and safety requirements pertaining to type. Prerequisite: MTH 108
EGR 227—Kinematics 2-2-3
Includes the study of the principles of the kinematics of machines, graphical analysis of motion in terms of position, displacement, velocity and acceleration of machine parts. The understanding of transferring or altering motion through proper design of cams and linkages. Prerequisites: MTH 109 and PHY 107