Fundamental and advanced hydrologic and water quality design of stormwater controls for urban areas. Students will be expected to solve multi-objective, real-world engineering problems in a team setting. Prereq: 2720 or CivilEn 3160, or Grad standing, or permission of instructor. Cross-listed in EnvEng.
An introduction to energy flow and transformations within and for biological systems that include the human environment and the production and processing of plants, animals and micro-organisms the student will encounter in the food, agricultural and biological engineering program. Prereq: Soph standing in Engineering. Not open to students with credit for 325.
Definition, classification, and practice of ecological engineering. Course explores ecological ecosystems, ecosystem restoration, and the utilization of natural processes to provide societal services and benefits to nature. Prereq: At least one course in Biology, Ecology, Engineering, or Geology, and Jr standing. Not open to students with credit for EnvEng 5310 or ENR 5310. Cross-listed in EnvEng and ENR.
Analysis of analog and digital electronic components and circuits. Analysis and design of measurement systems; data acquisition, signal conditioning, error and noise control, sensors and transducers used in food, agricultural and biological systems. Prereq: 3150 or equiv, or Grad standing in Engineering. Not open to students with credit for 605.
Methodology of design in a team environment; practice in the design and communication of a specific system within the student's area of specialization. Continuation of Capstone Design I. Prereq: 4900. Not open to students with credit for 725.
Engineering design approach in a team environment; practice in the design and communication of a specific system within the student's area of specialization. Must be taken during last full academic year in FABEng. Prereq: 3150. Not open to students with credit for 725.
Modeling of mechanical, fluid, thermal, electrical, and bio-systems. Analytical, computer simulation and experimental solution methods. 1st and 2nd order systems, frequency response. Electric power distribution, electric motor selection and control. Prereq: Physics 1251 (132), and Math 2174 (415), 2177 (415), 2415 (415), or 2255 (255). Not open to students with credit for 425.
Professional development related to food, agricultural, biological and ecological engineering; business communication skills for professional advancement; engineering ethics; health and safety; and the engineer's responsibilities to society. Prereq: 3rd year standing in Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering. Not open to students with credit for 695.
Heat and mass transfer principles and applications to food, agricultural, biological and ecological systems. Prereq: 2110, or 2120, or 3120.
Fundamentals of thermodynamics applied to food, agricultural, biological, and ecological systems. Prereq or concur: Math 2177, 2255, 2415 or 2174. Not open to students with credit for ChBE 508 and 509, or MechEng 501. This course is available for EM credit.