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Mechanical Engineering

Innovation and modernization by applying science and technology toward the development of mechanical systems.

Are you up to the challenge?

Mechanical engineering, a field where concepts of physics are applied to solve real-world problems, is among the broadest of all engineering disciplines in terms of scope.  In fact, practically all devices and objects that surround us in our daily lives are at least partly designed based on mechanical engineering principles (e.g., cars, smartphones, drones, prosthetic limbs, etc.) or are fabricated in an industrial setting using machinery and tools that are products of mechanical engineering.  Even the generation and conversion of the energy used to manufacture such devices and objects relies heavily on the field of mechanical engineering.  A mechanical engineer can be an innovator leading the design, analysis and manufacturing of new products or be responsible for ensuring the continued efficient and safe operation of existing devices.  A mechanical engineer also has excellent problem solving skills that may be applied to numerous areas such as robotics and automation, heating and ventilation, biomechanics, transportation, energy production and conversion, aerodynamics, hydraulics and pneumatics, etc.  The numerous challenges faced by the mechanical engineer in working toward the betterment of society through the development of new products contribute to making the profession both stimulating and rewarding.

Conseiller ou conseillère aux études

Dr. Marc Arsenault, Program Coordinator

Téléphone : 705.675.1151 ext. 2392

Courriel : marsenault@laurentian.ca

Bureau : F-217D, Science II Building

Comment faire une demande Ce programme vous intéresse?
Vue aérienne de l'Université Laurentienne
Le Grand Sudbury est la plus vaste ville en Ontario par superficie terrestre, où les activités de plein air ne manquent pas grâce aux lacs et cours d’eau, terrains variés, forêts et réseaux complets de pistes et de sentiers.
Méthode de livraison : Sur campus
Langue du programme : Anglais

The curriculum within the Mechanical Engineering program within the Bharti School of Engineering begins with a suite of courses in math, physics, chemistry and computer programming.  This provides you with the foundational knowledge required for subsequent engineering courses in the areas of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics, dynamics and controls, as well as materials and manufacturing.  The program is structured to allow you to gain broad knowledge in all aspects of mechanical engineering while also providing you the opportunity to tailor your coursework to specific areas of interest.  Finally, with an aim of providing future engineers with a broader view of the world, the technical content of the program is complemented by a selection of courses in the humanities, social sciences, arts, communications, economics, and management.

Program highlights:

  • General option: This program option provides students with general knowledge in all areas of mechanical engineering while allowing flexibility, through additional technical elective courses, to tailor coursework to specific areas of interest.
  • Mechatronics option: Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary field of engineering involving elements of mechanical engineering, systems engineering, electrical engineering and computer engineering that provides the basis for the design of integrated intelligent systems.  In fact, most devices and machines that in the past were purely mechanical artefacts have now been improved through the use of electronic components and computer algorithms.  The mechatronics option within the Mechanical Engineering program provides students with general knowledge in all areas of mechanical engineering combined with specific knowledge in the areas of digital control, as well as microprocessor design and implementation.
  • CO-OP option: The CO-OP option allows students to spend from 16 to 20 months of their program in paid engineering internships within industrial settings.  This provides students with valuable engineering experience while also improving their prospects of quality employment upon graduation.  The Mechanical Engineering program with the CO-OP option has a 5 year duration.
  • Classroom teaching is complemented with hands-on lab work that demonstrates the real-world implications of engineering principles.
  • Students in the program are regularly brought to work on challenging open-ended design problems that must satisfy requirements and constraints pertaining to functionality, safety, manufacturability, cost, ease of use, and environmental sustainability.  The culmination of these efforts is the fourth year capstone engineering design course where students work as members of a team to design, fabricate and test a device or product according to the needs of a client.  In many cases, clients are local companies or organizations looking to improve their products or services.
  • The Mechanical Engineering program is accredited through the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB).  Graduates of our program are eligible to register as Professional Engineers across Canada.

Interesting facts:

  • The Laurentian University Voyageurs Racing Club (LUVRC) is a student-run club that designs and builds a racing buggy to participate in international competitions run by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).
  • Teams of Laurentian University Mechanical Engineering students have experienced tremendous success in recent years while competing against schools from across Ontario and Canada in annual engineering competitions:
    • First place, Senior Design, Ontario Engineering Competition, 2010.
    • First place, Senior Design, Canadian Engineering Competition, 2010.
    • First place, NASA-sponsored lunabotics competition, 2011.
    • First place, Senior Design, Ontario Engineering Competition, 2014.
    • First place, Junior Design, Ontario Engineering Competition, 2015.
    • Second place, Senior Design, Ontario Engineering Competition, 2015.
    • First place, Junior Design, Canadian Engineering Competition, 2015.
    • First place, Senior Design, Canadian Engineering Competition, 2015.
    • First place, Senior Design, Ontario Engineering Competition, 2016.

Ontario High School Applicants

1 grade 12 English U/M course

1 grade 12 4U Advanced Functions

1 grade 12 U Chemistry 

1 grade 12 U Physics 

1 addtional grade 12 U/M Math or Science course (Biology, Calculus and Vectors, Earth and Space Science, or analyzing current Economic Issues)

1 other grade 12 U/M courses 

A minimum overall average of 75% in the 6 best grade 12 U/M courses


Additional information for applicants who have completed Advanced Placement courses.

Additional information for applicants who have completed the International Baccalaureate.

 

Applicants from outside an Ontario High School 

International Students

Canadian High School Applicants from outside Ontario

Applicants from Colleges

Applicants from other Universities

Mature Students

Note pour les étudiants actuels

Les options de grade ci-dessous seront offertes lors de la prochaine année universitaire et ne le sont pas cette année. Si vous cherchez les cours à suivre afin de compléter les options d'un programme d'une année universitaire antérieure, svp consultez avec un conseiller académique.


B.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering - General Option

First Year

Fall term:

ENGR 1007E     Engineering Graphics and Design + AB

ENGR 1056E     Applied Mechanics I

CHMI 1006E     General Chemistry I + LAB

MATH 1036E     Calculus I

PHYS 1006E     Introductory Physics I + LAB

3 credits of Writing-Intensive course elective or Complementary Studies elective

 

Winter term:

ENGR 1017E     Computer Aided Design

ENGR 1057E     Applied Mechanics II

MATH 1037E     Calculus II

MATH 1057E     Linear Algebra I

PHYS 1007E     Introductory Physics II + LAB

3 credits of Writing-Intensive course elective or Complementary Studies elective

 

Second Year

Fall term:

ENGR 2026E     Engineering Materials + LAB

ENGR 2036E     Engineering Thermodynamics I

ENGR 2076E     Mechanics and Strength of Materials I + LAB

COSC 1046E     Computer Science I

MATH 2066E     Introduction to Differential Equations

3 credits of Writing-Intensive course elective or Complementary Studies elective

 

Winter term:

ENGR 2097E     Fluid Mechanics I + LAB

ENGR 2506E     Dynamics

ENGR 2537E     Engineering Thermodynamics II

ENGR 2587E     Mechanics and Strength of Materials II + LAB

COSC 1047E     Computer Science II

STAT 2246E     Statistics for Scientists

 

Third Year  

Fall term:

ENGR 3426E     Engineering Economics

ENGR 3526E     Fluid Mechanics II + LAB

ENGR 3536E     Materials and Manufacturing+ LAB

ENGR 3546E     System Modeling and Simulation+ LAB

ENGR 3556E     Electromechanical Actuators and Power Electronics + LAB

Technical Elective 1

 

Winter term:

ENGR 3327E     Mine Ventilation + LAB

ENGR 3507E     Finite Element Methods + LAB

ENGR 3516E     Vibrations and Dynamic Systems + LAB

ENGR 3517E     Machine Design

ENGR 3547E     Control Systems + LAB

MATH 3416E     Numerical Methods I

 

Fourth Year

Fall term:

ENGR 3446E     Heat Transfer + LAB

ENGR 4126E     Engineering Seminar

ENGR 4526E     Sensors and Instrumentation + LAB

ENGR 4566E     Fluid Power Systems + LAB

ENGR 4595E     Mechanical Engineering Design Project

Technical Elective 2

 

Winter term:

ENGR 3566E     Biomechanics OR ENGR 4166E     Aerospace Engineering Design

ENGR 4117E     Engineering, Technology and Society

ENGR 4547E     Robot Manipulation + LAB

ENGR 4595E     Mechanical Engineering Design Project (cont'd)

Technical Elective 3

Complementary Studies Elective

 

B.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering - Mechatronics Option

First Year

Fall term:

ENGR 1007E     Engineering Graphics and Design + AB

ENGR 1056E     Applied Mechanics I

CHMI 1006E     General Chemistry I + LAB

MATH 1036E     Calculus I

PHYS 1006E     Introductory Physics I + LAB

3 credits of Writing-Intensive course elective or Complementary Studies elective

 

Winter term:

ENGR 1017E     Computer Aided Design

ENGR 1057E     Applied Mechanics II

MATH 1037E     Calculus II

MATH 1057E     Linear Algebra I

PHYS 1007E     Introductory Physics II + LAB

3 credits of Writing-Intensive course elective or Complementary Studies elective

 

Second Year

Fall term:

ENGR 2026E     Engineering Materials + LAB

ENGR 2036E     Engineering Thermodynamics I

ENGR 2076E     Mechanics and Strength of Materials I + LAB

COSC 1046E     Computer Science I

MATH 2066E     Introduction to Differential Equations

3 credits of Writing-Intensive course elective or Complementary Studies elective

 

Winter term:

ENGR 2097E     Fluid Mechanics I + LAB

ENGR 2506E     Dynamics

ENGR 2537E     Engineering Thermodynamics II

ENGR 2587E     Mechanics and Strength of Materials II + LAB

COSC 1047E     Computer Science II

STAT 2246E     Statistics for Scientists

 

Third Year

Fall term:

ENGR 3426E     Engineering Economics

ENGR 3526E     Fluid Mechanics II + LAB

ENGR 3536E     Materials and Manufacturing + LAB

ENGR 3546E     System Modeling and Simulation + LAB

ENGR 3556E     Electromechanical Actuators and Power Electronics + LAB

COSC 2006E     Data Structures


Winter term:

ENGR 3507E     Finite Element Methods + LAB

ENGR 3516E     Vibrations and Dynamic Systems + LAB

ENGR 3517E     Machine Design

ENGR 3547E     Control Systems + LAB

ENGR 3577E     Microprocessor Systems and Interfacing + LAB

MATH 3416E     Numerical Methods I

 

Fourth Year

Fall term:

ENGR 3446E     Heat Transfer + LAB

ENGR 4126E     Engineering Seminar

ENGR 4526E     Sensors and Instrumentation + LAB

ENGR 4546E     Digital Control + LAB

ENGR 4576E     Digital Logic and Microprocessors + LAB

ENGR 4595E     Mechanical Engineering Design Project

 

Winter term:

ENGR 4117E     Engineering, Technology and Society

ENGR 4547E     Robot Manipulation + LAB

ENGR 4595E     Mechanical Engineering Design Project (cont')

COSC 3807E     Applied Networks

List B Technical elective

Complementary Studies Elective

 

 

Technical Elective Requirements:
General Option (9 credits): 6 credits from List A and 3 credits from List B.
Mechatronics Option: 3 credits from List B.

 

Mechanical Engineering Approved Technical Electives – List A

COSC 2307E     Database Programming

COSC 2406E     Assembly Language Programming

ENGR 3126E     Occupational Health Engineering + LAB

ENGR 3157E     Operations Research

ENGR 3307E     Materials Handling

ENGR 3437E     Water and Wastewater Treatment

ENGR 3466E     Environmental Impact of Process Industries

ENGR 3477E     Adsorption and Membrane Processes in Pollution Control

ENGR 4187E     Solid Waste Processing and Recycling in the Minerals Industry

ENGR 4366E     Automation and Reliability of Mining Equipment

MATH 2037E/F     Advanced Calculus

MATH 2057E/F     Linear Algebra II

PHYS 2006E     Introduction to Electricity and Electronics

PHYS 3046E     Mechanical Properties of Solids and Fluids

+ other upper year science or engineering courses may be allowed with Program Coordinator's permission

 

Mechanical Engineering Approved Technical Electives – List B

BIOL 1000E     Canadian Environmental Biology

BIOL 1506E/F     Biology I

BIOL 2356E/F     Principles of Ecology

CHMI 1007E/F     General Chemistry II

ENSC 1406E     Earth’s Environmental Systems

GEOL 1006E/F     Introductory Geology I

PHYS 2606E     Biophysics of Fluids

PHYS 2616E     Physics of Hearing and Vision

+ other science or engineering courses may be allowed with Program Coordinator's permission

 

Approved Complementary Studies Electives (9cr required)

Courses in arts, management, economics or communication that complement the technical content of the engineering curriculu are generally accepted as Complementary Studies.

In particular, it is important to take courses that contain subject matter that deals with central issues, thougt processes and methodologies of the humanities and social sciences.

In addition, at least 3 credits of Complementary Studies must be in a Writing-Intensive Course.

 

ACCT 1001E/F     Using Financial Information

ANTR 1007E     Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology

ARCL 1006E     Introduction to Archeology and Physical Anthropology

ANCS 1006E     Greek Civilization

ANCS 1007E     Roman Civilization

ANCS 2016E     Classical Mythology

ECON 1006E/F     Introduction to Microeconomics

ECON 1007E/F     Introduction to Macroeconomics

ENGL 1705E     Introduction to Writing and English Studies

ENGL 2005E     Literatures in English

ENGL 2626E     Critical Approaches

ENGL 2676E     Popular Literature and Culture I

ENVI 1406F     Environnement:les grandes questions 

ENVI 1507E/F     Introduction to Environmental Studies

ENVI 2506E     Cultural Representations of the Environment

ENVI 2507F     Développement durable

ENVI 2516E     Ecological Footprints and Demographic Change

GEOG 1026E/F     Introduction to Physical Geography

GEOG 1027E/F     Introduction to Human Geography

HIST 1106E/F     Introduction to the 20th Century

HIST 1107E/F     Historical Perspective

HIST 1206E/F     Western Civilization: Renaissance to the French Revolution

HIST 1207E/F     Western Civilization: French Revolution to the Present

HIST 1406E/F     Canadian History: Pre-Confederation

HIST 1407E/F     Canadian History: Post-Confederation

JURI 1006E/F     Introduction to Legal Studies I

JURI 1007E/F     Introduction to Legal Studies II

JURI 1105E     Introduction to Legal Studies

LBST 1006E     Introduction to Labour Studies I

LBST 1007E     Introduction to Labour Studies II

LBST 2026E     The World of Work (cross-listed with SOCI-2026E)

LBST 2106E     Occupational Health and Safety, Level I

LBST 2246E     What Do Unions Do? (cross-listed with SOCI-2246E)

LBST 3106E     Occupational Health and Safety, Level II

MGMT 1006E/F     Management of Organizations I

MGMT 1007E/F     Management of Organizations II

OPER 2006E/F     Introduction to Management Science

PHIL 1115E/F     Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 2126E/F     Philosophy of Sexuality

PHIL 2156E     Philosophy, Culture and Power

PHIL 2217E/F     Environmental Ethics

PHIL 2256E/F     Philosophy of Education

PHIL 2506E/F     Critical Thinking 

PHIL 2525E/F     Contemporary Moral Issues

PHIL 2747E/F     Technology, Freedom and Values

PHIL 2876E/F     Business Ethics

POLI 1005E     Introduction to Political Science

POLI 1006E/F     Political Regimes

POLI 1007E/F     Political Ideas and Political Actors

POLI 2306E/F     International Relations

POLI 2426E     Individual, Community and the Political Order

POLI 2526E     Approaches to Justice

POLI 2575E     Philosophy of Law

PSYC 1105E/F     Introduction to Psychology

SOCI 1015E/F     Understanding Society

WGSX 1005E/F     Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies

 

 

Program Regulations
To be in good academic standing and progress in the B.Eng. program, a student must:
1. Meet all conditions of admission
2. Not fail more than 6 credits in any one year
3. Achieve an overall average of 3.5 GPA (or C letter grade or 60%) in all courses in the previous year (or previous 30 consecutive credits)

A student is subject to a one year probationary period for failure to meet any of the above criteria under academic standing.

A student is required to withdraw from the Bharti School of Engineering if he or she:
1. Does not satisfy all conditions after one probationary year or 30 consecutive credits
2. Fails 42 credits or more
3. Has not achieved good academic standing in two consecutive years or 60 consecutive credits
4. Fails to obtain the minimum academic grade and satisfactory lab performance where appropriate in a course on a third attempt

A student who is required to withdraw may petition the Senate Committee on Academic Regulations and Awards for readmission after one calendar year. Such an appeal should have a recommendation from the director of the school before being considered by the committee.

Students in good academic standing who choose to discontinue their studies at the end of the first or any other year, with successful completion of that year, may apply for readmission with advanced standing. Cases are considered on an individual basis.

***Time limit: The Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) degree must be completed within seven (7) years of initial registration in the program.

NOTE:

The list below includes all courses that are core to either all options or a particular option of the Mechanical Engineering program (i.e., General Option and/or Mechatronics Option).  Details on which courses must be taken within each option of the program are available under the "Degree Options" tab.  Elective courses are not included in this list.

CHMI-1006EL - General Chemistry I COSC-1046EL - Computer Science 1 COSC-1047EL - Computer Science II COSC-2006EL - Data Structures COSC-3807EL - Introduction to Computer Networks ENGR-1007EL - Engineering Graphics and Design ENGR-1016EL - Engineering Communications ENGR-1017EL - Computer Aided Design ENGR-1056EL - Applied Mechanics I ENGR-1057EL - Applied Mechanics II ENGR-2026EL - Engineering Materials ENGR-2036EL - Engineering Thermodynamics I ENGR-2076EL - Mechanics and Strength of Materials I ENGR-2097EL - Fluid Mechanics I ENGR-2506EL - Dynamics ENGR-2537EL - Engineering Thermodynamics II ENGR-2587EL - Mechanics and Strength of Materials II ENGR-3327EL - Mine Ventilation ENGR-3426EL - Engineering Economics ENGR-3446EL - Heat Transfer ENGR-3507EL - Finite Element Methods ENGR-3516EL - Vibrations and Dynamic Systems ENGR-3517EL - Machine Design
ENGR-3526EL - Fluid Mechanics II ENGR-3536EL - Materials and Manufacturing ENGR-3546EL - System Modeling and Simulation ENGR-3547EL - Control Systems ENGR-3556EL - Electromechanical Actuators ENGR-3566EL - Biomechanics of Living Tissues ENGR-3577EL - Microprocessor Systems and Interfacing ENGR-4117EL - Engineering,Technology and Society ENGR-4126EL - Engineering Seminar ENGR-4526EL - Sensors and Instrumentation ENGR-4546EL - Digital Control ENGR-4547EL - Robot Manipulation ENGR-4566EL - Fluids Power Systems ENGR-4576EL - Digital Logic and Microprocessors ENGR-4595EL - Mechanical Engineering Design Project MATH-1036EL - Calculus I MATH-1037EL - Calculus II MATH-1057EL - Linear Algebra I MATH-2066EL - Introduction to Differential Equations MATH-3416EL - Numerical Methods I PHYS-1006EL - Introductory Physics I PHYS-1007EL - Introductory Physics II STAT-2246EL - Statistics for Scientists

Liste des membres du corps professoral

Sessional Faculty:

  • Dr. Phil Dirige
  • Greg Lakanen
  • Niranjan Mishra
  • Moshood Olanrewaju
  • Maria Pesz
  • Janet Wiebe
  • Susan Wiebe
Marc Arsenault

Marc Arsenault

Bharti School of Engineering
Krishna Challagulla

Krishna Challagulla

Bharti School of Engineering
Brahim Chebbi

Brahim Chebbi

Bharti School of Engineering
Derek Gransden

Derek Gransden

Bharti School of Engineering
Brent Lievers

Brent Lievers

Bharti School of Engineering
Markus Timusk

Markus Timusk

Bharti School of Engineering
Meysar Zeinali-Ghayeshghorshagh

Meysar Zeinali-Ghayeshghorshagh

Bharti School of Engineering
Junfeng Zhang

Junfeng Zhang

Bharti School of Engineering