Mechanical Engineering

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22.504 Energy Engineering Workshop Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3869
Status Active

A group design of an innovative energy system. Integration of many aspects of the student's engineering background, including design concepts, technical analyses, economic and safety considerations. Ideally the whole design cycle of design, build, test. A formal report and oral presentation.

22.505 Directed Studies - ME Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 31917
Status Active

22.510 Dynamics and Diagnostics of Rotating Machinery Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38784
Status Active

Course provides the theoretical and practical background in the fundamentals of dynamics and diagnostics of rotating machinery. The course starts with an overview of rotating machinery components and systems with emphasis on their designs, and then builds and in-depth understanding of the dynamics of rotating systems by analyzing the design and dynamics of their component. Diagnostics, health monitoring, and associated signal processing theories regarding rotating machinery are emphasized, with applied examples such as aircraft engines, gas turbines, rotorcrafts, wind turbines, and automotive drivetrains, along with other turbomachines.

22.512 Applied Finite Elements Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3871
Status Active

An introduction to finite element methods using popular commercial packages. The features common to different programs as well as special features of particular programs are presented. Primary focus is on hands-on familiarity with the software with a limited discussion of the underlying finite element theory. ALGOR, ADINA, ABAQUS, LS-DYNA, HyperMesh, and FEMAP are among the pre/post-processing and analysis packages used in the class. This is a WWW based course and access to a PC, the Internet, and a frames-capable browser is required.

22.513 Finite Element Analysis I Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3872
Status Active

Matrix algebra and the Rayleigh-Ritz technique are applied to the development of the finite element method. The minimum potential energy theorem, calculus of variations, Galerkin's and the direct-stiffness method are used. Restraint and constraint conditions are covered. C0 and C1 continuous shape functions are developed for bar, beam, and two and three dimensional solid elements. Recovery methods, convergence and modeling techniques are studied. Applications to problems in static stress analysis and heat conduction.

22.514 Finite Element Analysis of Composites Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3873
Status Active

22.515 Modal Analysis Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3874
Status Active

Review of single and multiple degree of freedom system using classical and Laplace formulations. Finite element methods for dynamic systems. Model reduction/expansion formulations. Modal participation and mode activation concepts. Linear algebra review, matrix formulations, matrix eigenanalysis, generalized inverses, spectral and singular valued decomposition techniques. Models developed using MATLAB.

22.516 Experimental Modal Analysis Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3875
Status Active

Prerequisite: 22.4xx/5xx Experimental Modal Analysis I (or permission of instructor) Review of system transfer and FRF matrices for development of a modal model. Review of DSP techniques for experimental modal analysis. Excitation techniques for the development of the system FRF matrix; SISO and MIMO techniques. Modal parameter estimation using time and frequency domain techniques. Advanced data manipulation for dynamic analysis. Introduction to structural dynamic modification and system modeling concepts. Models developed using MATLAB and commercially available software.

22.518 Signal Proc Techniques Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3877
Status Active

22.520 Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 36063
Status Active

Mathematical approaches for numerically solving partial differential equations. The focus will be (a) iterative solution methods for linear and non-linear equations, (b) spatial discretization and meshing (c) finite difference methods (FDM), (d) finite volume methods (FVM), (e) finite element methods (FEM) and (f) boundary element methods (BEM). The theory behind of each of these methods will be developed and discussed. Computer programming applications involving the solution of linear and non-linear PDEs in multiple dimensions will play a key role in this course. Unique computer programming assignments will be selected from different engineering/science fields (possibilities include: fluid flow, heat transfer, electrostatics, electromagnetism, structural analysis, medical, ocean engineering etc.) to illustrate the broad applicability of numerical methods. Students will be expected to complete programming assignments -- while most class examples will deal with pseudo code and/or matlab, a working knowledge of one of the following programming languages is recommended: Matlab, Octave, C, C++, fortran, Java, BASIC, or Python.

22.521 Solar Fundamentals Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3879
Status Active

Utilization Terrestrial irradiation on tilted surfaces; radiation, conduction, convection in collectors; absorptance, emittance, reflection, transmittance of solar irradiation; energy flow in flat plate and concentrator collectors; storage; design tools; small project; web-based.

22.524 Fund of Acoustics Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 31881
Status Active

22.525 Grid-Connected Solar Electric Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38510
Status Active

Students will study the concepts and design considerations of grid-connected, solar-powered, electrical generation systems, from residential through utility scale. Emphasis will be on practical applications that help make the student "work ready" at graduation. Grading consists of two tests during semester; one individual project (residential scale PV system); and one group project (commercial-scale system). This course fulfills an elective requirement for renewable energy students.

22.526 Transport Processes in Energy Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38509
Status Active

Course focuses on the development of a fundamental understanding of transport processes from a multi-scale and multi-physics perspective, and the application of such understanding to the analysis of energy engineering systems. Derivations of the equations describing the mechanisms for mass, momentum, and energy transport are presented, together with approaches for the evaluation of material properties and constitutive relations. Emphasis is placed on a holistic view of transport processes as combinations of transient, advective, diffusive, and reactive phenomena.

22.527 Solar Energy Engineering Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3881
Status Active

Systems engineering, stochastic modeling, design, and life-cycle cost analysis of several solar systems: photovoltaics, passive heating, solar cooling, and daylighting; Web Based.

22.528 Photovoltaics Manufacturing Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 34725
Status Active

Overview of the manufacturing processes used to make a typical crystalline solar cell. Detailed study of selected processes and manufacturing problems, such as solar cell testing, characterization, reliability issues, factors affecting yields, automated material handling, affect of impurities in crystal growth.

22.530 Autonomous Robotic Systems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38577
Status Active

This course covers concepts related to autonomous robotic systems, emphasizing the synthesis and design of control algorithms for autonomous robotic vehicles. Topics that will be covered in the course include: Linear and nonlinear systems analysis, stability in the sense of Lyapunov, linearization of nonlinear dynamic equations, rigid body equations of motion in three dimensions, dynamic model derivation of aerial, space, marine and ground vehicles, fundamentals of flight dynamics, feedback control design for autonomous robotic vehicles, guidance and navigation, description of components typically encountered to autonomous robotic vehicles, guidance and navigation, description of components typically encountered to autonomous robotic vehicles, cooperative control of multi-robot teams and state estimation.

22.531 Math Methods In Mechanical Engineering Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3883
Status Active

22.545 Advanced Industrial Heat and Mass Transfer Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 32792
Status Active

This course specializes in obtaining practical solutions for applied and industrial heat transfer problems related to device development and production processes. Topics include review of heat transfer modes (i.e. conduction, convection and radiation), transport phenomena in material processing and manufacturing, analytical models and numerical simulations Representative problems include curing of polymers, thermal conditioning of human body, food packaging and long-term food preservation, thermal management of electrical and electronic equipment, control of water vapor and pollutant transfer, material processing, and heat and mass exchangers.

22.549 Cooling of Electronic Equipment Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3894
Status Active

This course focuses on teaching the primary techniques for cooling electronics, and methods for modeling their performance. Heat-transfer fundamentals: conduction, convection, radiation, phase change, and heat transfer across solid interfaces. Heat-generating electronic equipment: ICs, power converters, circuit cards and electrical connectors. Thermal management equipment: heat sinks, interface materials, heat spreaders including liquid loops, and air movers. System design: system packaging architectures, facilities, system analysis. Advanced Topics: spray cooling, refrigeration

22.550 Vibrations Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3895
Status Active

22.553 MEMS & Microsystems Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 32791
Status Active

The purpose of this course is to give a broad introduction to Micro-electro-mechanical Systems (MEMS) technology, and will provide graduate students in mechanical, electrical, manufacturing and related engineering disciplines with necessary fundamental knowledge and experience in the design, manufacture, and packaging of microsystems. The topics include basic sensing and actuating principles, modeling of electromechanical components, material properties, fabrication technologies, process integration, system design, and packaging of MEMS and microsystems. The course will also cover current literature, MEMS markets and applications. The course will be a combination of lectures, case studies and homework assignments. The students are expected to possess prerequisite knowledge in college mathematics, physics, and chemistry, as well as in engineering subjects such as fundamental materials science, electronics, thermal-fluid, and machine design.

22.554 Dynamic Systems and Controls Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3898
Status Active

Matrix-based classical and modern techniques are applied to the dynamics of control systems. Design of controllers, and full and reduced-order observers. Introduction to optimal control and Kalman filters.

22.557 Microsystem Design Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 34605
Status Active

Design aspects of Microsystems (MEMS). Topics covered include working principles of various microsystems, analytical and numerical modelling, and case studies. Course incorporates lectures, computer laboratories and term project presentations.

22.559 Multi-Scale Computational Fluid Dynamics I Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37600
Status Active

Derivation of governing equations; Scale analysis; Role of relative dimensionless parameters; Discretization of the governing equations; Finite-Difference, Finite-Volume, and/or Finite Element Techniques; Solutions of several problems in micro/meso/macro scale applications.

22.560 Multi-Scale Computational Fluid Dynamics II Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 37601
Status Active

Applications of CFD methods to the solution of multi-phase problems such as: heat pipes, fuel cells, nanofluidics, material processing and manufacturing, etc.

Pre/Co-Requisites: Pre-req: 22.559 Multi-Scale Computational Fluid Dynamics I (CFD).

22.562 Solid Mechanics I Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3901
Status Active

Topics covered include the theory of stress, kinematics of strain, Hooke's Law, work and energy, equations of stress equilibrium, Navier's equations, strain compatibility, and the Beltrami-Michell equations. Problems for uniformly varying 3-D states of stress, torsion, and plane deformation are studied. Axisymmetric deformation is considered. Green's function solutions for plane and axisymmetric problems are studied.

22.569 Fracture Mechanics Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38881
Status Active

The application of fracture mechanics and approaches for exploring the impact of cracks on engineering structures. Topics will be chosen from a range of mathematical techniques, applied mechanics, and materials science, e.g. theoretical strength, stress concentration, linear and nonlinear fracture mechanics, stress singularity, fracture modes, energy methods, stable and unstable crack growth thermal cracks, crack tip plastic zone, Dugdale and Irwin models, the R-curve, power-law materials, and the J-integral. Students should have a good understanding of the principles of strengths of materials and be able to apply these principles to the solution of problems in solid mechanics. The associated knowledge in complex variables and partial differential equations will be reviewed as needed.

22.570 Polymer Nanocomposites Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 34581
Status Active

This course deals with the preparation, characterization, behavior and properties of polymer nanocomposites, with an emphasis on the most commercially relevant systems to date, as well as new developments in the field. The major preparation routes to these materials are discussed, with an emphasis on the importance not only of dispersion but of true thermodynamic compatibility in these systems. From there, the focus shifts to describe the consequences of nanocomposite structure in terms of both molecular behavior and macroscopic properties, as informed by the most up-to-date research literature available. Case studies of specific systems will serve as opportunities to gain deeper understanding, and the safety issues surrounding nanoparticle handling will also be presented. Finally, current research by invited lecturers working in the field will be presented as time permits.

22.571 Collaborative Engineering Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3907
Status Active

Focuses on methodologies used by world class companies to guide the design and development of high quality, low cost products in the most timely manner through the use of analytical tools in case studies: Topics include: new product creation strategy and process, organizational aspects of multi-disciplinary design teams, concurrent project management, and structural methodologies for identifying customer requirements and manufacturing process design, control and selection. In particular, focus is on the interrelationship of CE, manufacturing and Quality tools and methodologies and how they contribute in determining the appropriate level of product/process quality and design efficiency.

22.574 Design For Reliability Engineering Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3910
Status Active

(3-0)3 Design for Reliability Engineering provides a systematic approach to the design process that is focused on reliability and the physics of failure. It provides the requirements on how, why, and when to use the wide variety of reliability engineering tools available in order to achieve the reliability goals of the total design cycle. Topics include the product design cycle and customer requirements, analytical physics, reliability statistics, accelerated testing, accelerated reliability growth, industry standard predictive models, design reliability assessment, reliability FMEA, product risk evaluation and thermodynamic reliability.

22.575 Industrial Design of Experiment Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3911
Status Active

Concepts of Robust Design and statistical Design Of Experiments (DOE) as applied to the design and manufacturing of new high technology products. Classical and current methodologies of DOE including Full Factorial, Fractional Factorial, Taguchi, Central Composite and Yates Algorithms. The course will also provide for different methods for experimental design and analysis, including average and variability analysis. Commercial software packages and case studies using industrial experiments will be used to illustrate the material.

22.576 Engineering Project Management Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3912
Status Active

Skills are developed enabling engineers to be effective decision makers and technical leaders in an environment where technology management, business operations and strategies for contract compliance are critical to achieving competitive advantage. Elements of the Project Planning and Control System are presented along with analytical methods important for maintaining Projects on schedule and within budget.

22.579 Robotics Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3914
Status Active

Common robotics joints and robotics classification. Planes of motion and fold lines. Robotics capability. Forward and inverse kinematics and the RobSim software package. Trajectory planning and elementary obstacle avoidance. Robotics dynamics and feasible trajectory evaluation. Design of the control system for the non-linear robotics problem. Classroom studies are followed by hands-on applications in the Automated Manufacturing Assembly and Robotics Laboratory.

22.580 Adv Grad Res Dev Proj Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3915
Status Active

22.581 Advanced Fluid Mechanics Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3916
Status Active

Fundamental equations of fluid motion, kinematics, vorticity, circulation, Crocco's theorem, Kelvin's theorem, Helmholtz's velocity laws, secondary flows. Stream function, velocity potential, potential flows. Unsteady Bernoulli equation, gravity water waves.

22.583 Advanced Aerodynamics Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3918
Status Active

3-0)3 Fundamentals of subsonic and supersonic aerodynamics. Atmosphere models, air-speed measurement, and aerodynamic heating. Circulation, downwash, and three-dimensional wing theory. Airfoil data, and lift and drag of aircraft components. Compressibility effects on drag, and airfoils and wings in supersonic and hypersonic flow. Aircraft performance calculations. Fundamentals of orbital mechanics. Special project required in supersonic wind tunnel testing or orbital mechanics.

22.584 Ocean Engineering Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3919
Status Active

Physical Properties of the Ocean Environment, ocean wave mechanics, computer solutions of wave interactions, physical modeling of marine vehicles and coastal environments (modeling and scaling laws), resistance and propulsion of surface ships and submarines, and forces on floating and submerged objects such as buoys, pipelines, piers, and breakwaters. Research report required summarizing some aspect of ocean engineering.

22.589 Finite Element in Thermofluids Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3923
Status Active

The Galerkin finite element technique is first applied to a simple one-dimensional steady state convection/conduction equation. The element equations are derived and the assembly process is described. These concepts are then extended to two-dimensional transient problems. A finite element package is used to solve a variety of fluid flow problems. All course materials are available on the WWW.

22.591 Mechanical Behavior of Materials Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3925
Status Active

Quantification of structure-property relationships requires application of solid mechanics concepts to materials microstructure. Using micromechanics approach, the course focuses on the deformation and fracture behavior of metals, ceramics, composites and polymerics. Topics include: elastic behavior, dislocations, crystal plasticity, strengthening mechanisms, composite materials, glassy materials, creep and creep fracture, tensile fracture, and fatigue.

22.593 Graduate Co-op Education Credits: 0

Course Details
Min Credits 0
Max Credits 0
Course ID 3927
Status Active

The prediction, analysis, and prevention of failure in mechanical design is covered. Failure mechanisms such as creep, plastic deformation, crack propagation, cyclic fatigue, thermal fatigue, fretting and galling are considered. Theories of failure such as Colomb-Mohr, Beltrami, and Huber-Von Mises are used to predict failure. Cumulative damage theories such as those of Gatts, Corten and Dolan, Marin, and Manson will be studied. Statistical methods of analysis and test data interpretation are studied. Materials such as steels, aluminum alloys, solders, plastics, and composites will be considered.

22.595 Graduate Co-op II Credits: 0

Course Details
Min Credits 0
Max Credits 0
Course ID 3929
Status Active

22.596 Composite Materials Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3930
Status Active

Analysis of anisotropic lamina and laminated composites. Methods of fabrication and testing of composites. Other topics include environmental effects, joining and machining.

22.597 Processing of Composites Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3931
Status Active

Methods of fabrication. Analysis of forming, fiber orientation, permeability, polymer rheology, flow through porous media, consolidation, cure kinetics, combined flow and cure models. Effect of manufacturing defects

22.602 Special Topic: Thermo-Fluids Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3934
Status Active

Study of advanced topics in thermo-fluid energy systems and processes not covered in the regular curriculum. Contents may vary from year to year.

22.603 Special Topic: Vibration Dynamics Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3935
Status Active

Study of advanced topics in vibrations/dynamics not covered in the regular curriculum. Contents may vary from year to year.

22.611 Matrix Methods Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3940
Status Active

3-0)3 Prerequisite: 22.515 Matrix linear algebra. Solution of algebraic equations using Gaussian elimination and decomposition variants. Eigenanalysis using various direct similarity techniques and simultaneous vector iteration methods. Algorithm development of solution techniques. Solution techniques for structural mechanics, dynamic systems and stability. Models developed using MATLAB.

22.614 Finite Element Analysis II Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3942
Status Active

Nonlinear finite element methods as applied to large deformation and nonlinear material behavior and contact problems are the focus of this course. Various classical and contemporary constitutive models and their implementation in the finite element method are considered. Procedures for determining material parameters from a matrix of material test results are investigated.

22.622 Family Violence Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3944
Status Active

22.650 Nano. Transport Phen. for Manufacturing Nanodevice Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 38883
Status Active

This course on nanoscale transport phenomena constitutes a bridge between existing fluid and heat transfer courses in multiple disciplines and emerging nanoscale science and engineering concepts to reflect the forefront of nanomanufacturing. The course is designed to incorporate recent advances in manufacturing polymer-based nanodevices. Key issues of the implementation and maintenance costs for fabrication will be addressed. Hands-on laboratory experiments will be performed to complement the lectures with the ultimate goal of designing and building a complete nanodevice at the end of the course. The course will prepare graduates for employment focused on designing and manufacturing nano/microfluidic systems, lab-on-a-chip devices, electronics devices, medical devices, and other emerging.

22.741 Master's Thesis - Mechanical Engineering Credits: 1

Course Details
Min Credits 1
Max Credits 1
Course ID 3959
Status Active

22.742 Master's Thesis - Mechanical Engineering Credits: 2

Course Details
Min Credits 2
Max Credits 2
Course ID 3960
Status Active

22.743 Master's Thesis - ME Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3961
Status Active

MS Thesis Research

22.746 Master's Thesis - ME Credits: 6

Course Details
Min Credits 6
Max Credits 6
Course ID 3962
Status Active

MS Thesis Research

22.749 Master's Thesis - Mechanical Engineering Credits: 9

Course Details
Min Credits 9
Max Credits 9
Course ID 3963
Status Active

MS Thesis Research

22.751 Adv Projects In Mechanical Engineering Credits: 1-3

Course Details
Min Credits 1
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3964
Status Active

22.761 Continued Grad Research Credits: 1

Course Details
Min Credits 1
Max Credits 1
Course ID 38491
Status Active

Continued Grad Research

22.763 Continued Graduate Research Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3968
Status Active

Continuing Graduate Research

22.766 Continued Graduate Research Credits: 6

Course Details
Min Credits 6
Max Credits 6
Course ID 3969
Status Active

Continuing Graduate Research

22.769 Continued Graduate Research Credits: 9

Course Details
Min Credits 9
Max Credits 9
Course ID 3970
Status Active

Continuing Graduate Research

22.771 Systems Analysis I Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3971
Status Active

Study of the key areas in multiple engineering disciplines including Mechanical, Electrical, Software, Systems and Optical. Students are introduced to weekly topics and then work in multidiscipline teams to solve technical assignments. Topics covered include: Concept of Operations and Requirements development, integration, test and verification, vibration/shock analysis, thermal analysis, power supply design, digital electronics & FPGA, intro to optical engineering, SCRUM planning, continuous integration and UML/SW design. Content may vary year to year. This course is part of the Engineering Leadership Development Program (ELDP) and team taught by industry experts at BAE Systems.

22.772 Systems Analysis II Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3972
Status Active

Introduction and analysis of complex systems aligned with the key product lines of BAE Systems. Students are introduced to multiple types of systems and then work in multidiscipline teams to solve technical assignments. The systems covered include but are limited to: Electronic Warfare (EW), Communications Electronic Attack (Comms EA), Wide Area Airborne Surveillance (WAAS), Signal Intelligence (SIGINT), RADAR Navigation, Radio Communications, and Infrared Countermeasures (IRCM). Content may vary year to year. This course is part of the Engineering Leadership Development Program (ELDP) and team taught by industry experts at BAE Systems.

22.773 Systems Analysis III Credits: 3

Course Details
Min Credits 3
Max Credits 3
Course ID 3973
Status Active

Study of project management concepts, product development methods, transition to operations and new business capture. Topics covered include but are not limited to risks and opportunities management, earned value management, lean product development, business strategy, design for manufacturability/maintainability (DFM^2), and request for information (RFI) response. Content may vary year to year. This course is part of the Engineering Leadership Development Program (ELDP) and team taught by industry experts at BAE Systems.