10-ENG : Manufacturing Design

Concentrations:  Biomedical  ||  Energy  || Engineering Computation ||  Environmental  || Manufacturing Design ||  Materials Process & Design  ||  Process Data Analytics  ||  Society, Engineering, & Ethics


Course 10-ENG: Bachelor of Science in Engineering with Concentration

10-ENG DESIGN: Manufacturing Design Concentration

This concentration covers concepts, methodologies, algorithms, and software tools for the analysis and design of advanced manufacturing systems. The state of the art in advanced manufacturing has been enabled by reductions in the cost of computer hardware and by the increased availability of powerful software for process simulation and systems analysis and design.

Note: Two of the four concentration courses can be selected to count towards the mechanical engineering minor (http://web.mit.edu/me-ugoffice/minor.pdf), which requires four additional courses.

Students in this concentration are required to take

10.490 Integrated Chemical Engineering

and three subjects taken from three categories.

A. Basics (select at least one, normally taken during first two years)

Number Name Units GIR Prerequisites
1.021/3.021/10.333/22.00 Introduction to Modeling and Simulation 12 REST 3.016, 18.03, or permission of instructor
1.000 Computer Programming for Engineering Applications 12 REST  

B. Process Systems (select at least one, taken during the last two years)

Number Name Units GIR Prerequisites
10.450 Process Dynamics, Operations, and Control 9   10.302 and 18.03
10.452 Modern Control Design 9    
10.453 Model Predictive Control 9    

Approved Graduate Subject Alternatives

Number Name Units GIR Prerequisites
10.34 Numerical Methods Applied to Chemical Engineering 9   Permission of instructor
10.551 Systems Engineering 9   10.213, 10.302, and 10.37

C. Systems & Control (select at least one)

Number Name Units GIR Prerequisites
1.011 Project Evaluation and Management 12    
1.053[J]/2.003[J] Dynamics and Control I   12 REST Physics II (GIR)
2.004 Dynamics and Control II 12   Physics II (GIR) and 2.003
2.008 Design and Manufacturing II    LAB 2.007; or Coreq: 2.017 and (2.005 or 2.051)
2.04A Systems and Controls 6    
2.14 Analysis and Design of Feedback Control Systems 12   2.004
2.374[J]/6.717[J] Design and Fabrication of Microelectromechanical Systems   12   (Physics II (GIR) and (2.003 or 6.003)) or permission of instructor
2.729[J]/EC.729[J] D-Lab: Design for Scale   12   Permission of instructor
6.01 Introduction to EECS via Robotics 12 LAB 6.0001 or permission of instructor
6.115 Microcomputer Project Laboratory 12 LAB 6.002, 6.003, or 6.004
6.1151 Microcomputer Project Laboratory – Independent Inquiry 12   6.002, 6.003, or 6.004
6.215 Optimization Methods   12   18.06
6.302 Feedback System Design   12   2.003, 6.003, or 16.002
10.450 Process Dynamics, Operations, and Control 9   10.302 and 18.03
10.452 Modern Control Design   9    
10.453 Model Predictive Control   9    

Approved Graduate Subject Alternatives

Number Name Units GIR Prerequisites
6.241[J]/16.338[J] Dynamic Systems and Control   12   6.003 and 18.06
10.551 Systems Engineering 9   10.213, 10.302, and 10.37

Some subjects are listed in both categories B and C; a subject taken under B cannot also be used to satisfy the requirement of category C.