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Mechanical Systems Engineering

Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering

The field of mechanical engineering is constantly developing, enabling industry to launch ever more sophisticated products. This progress has been made possible by the integration of various disciplines, especially electrical and electronic engineering. Modern mechanical engineers, therefore, are likely to be involved in complex systems projects requiring familiarity with these three major areas. The Department aims at educating engineers who can combine a thorough knowledge of mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering with extensive experience in these studies.

Fields of Research

Thermo-Fluid Systems

Issues concerned with heat and fluid are studied by means of experiments and simulations. Subjects of interest and expertise embrace heat loss in internal combustion engines, fans, the aerodynamics of bluff bodies and blood flow in cardiovascular systems.

Advanced Control Systems

Highly sophisticated control methods are pursued. Not only theoretical but also practical studies are conducted. Applications include control of power shovels, vehicle and robot control, parallel-link mechanisms and use of the oil-hammer phenomenon.

Strength Design Systems

Accurate stress measurement in materials and analysis of structural strength are major concerns. In particular, using X-rays, the laboratory is engaged in the development of advanced stress measurement techniques and fatigue failure assessment.

Robotic Life Support

Control methods for robots supporting human activities in various environments are being developed and implemented. Both theoretical and practical research is performed, aiming to improve motion capabilities of humanoid robots and orbital space robots, as well as robots for domestic use.

Measurement and Electric Machine Control

The methodology in electric and optical measurement is studied with applications to electrical charge issues.
Development of visualization technique for electromagnetic field distribution using two dimensional lock-in amplifier is also tackled.

Space Systems Engineering

Research interests lie in applications linked to human activities in space such as the design and control of various deployable space structures, water/liquid nitrogen rocket engines and evaluation of spacecraft charging.

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