Benjamin Cheung, PhD, PEng

Assistant Teaching Professor, Faculty of Engineering - Mechanical Engineering Dept

Contact

Assistant Teaching Professor, Faculty of Engineering - Mechanical Engineering Dept
Email
benjamin.cheung@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 492-8788
Address
10-361 Donadeo Innovation Centre For Engineering
9211-116 St
EdmontonAB
T6G 2H5

Overview

Area of Study / Keywords

Mechanics And Materials Composites And Polymers


Research

My research interests include the manufacture and testing of tubular braided composites (TBCs), the use of micro-CT for non-destructive analysis of textile composite, optical methods for digital image correlation (DIC) for strain, and strategies for continuous curing of TBCs during manufacture.


Courses

MEC E 250 - Engineering Mechanics II

Moments of inertia. Kinematics and kinetics of rigid body motion, energy and momentum methods, impact, mechanical vibrations. Prerequisites: ENGG 130, EN PH 131 and MATH 101. There is a consolidated exam.

Winter Term 2023 Winter Term 2023 Winter Term 2023 Winter Term 2023

MEC E 360 - Mechanical Design II

Design procedures, theories of failure, material selection, design for fatigue, creep and relaxation, selection of gears and bearings and application of computer-aided design software. Prerequisite: MEC E 260 and 265, MAT E 202 and CIV E 270. Corequisite: MEC E 362.

Winter Term 2023 Winter Term 2023 Winter Term 2023

MEC E 390 - Numerical Methods of Mechanical Engineers

Application of numerical methods to mechanical engineering problems; topics include sources and definitions of error, root finding, solutions of linear and non-linear systems of equations, regression, interpolaton, numerical integration and differentiation, solution of initial value and boundary value ordinary differential equations. Applications include dynamics, solid mechanics, heat transfer and fluid flow. Prerequisites: MATH 102 and 201.

Fall Term 2022 Fall Term 2022 Fall Term 2022

MEC E 390A - Numerical Methods of Mechanical Engineers

Application of numerical methods to mechanical engineering problems; topics include sources and definitions of error, root finding, solutions of linear and non-linear systems of equations, regression, interpolaton, numerical integration and differentiation, solution of initial value and boundary value ordinary differential equations. Applications include dynamics, solid mechanics, heat transfer and fluid flow. Prerequisites: MATH 102 and 201.

Spring Term 2022 Spring Term 2022

MEC E 390B - Numerical Methods of Mechanical Engineers

Application of numerical methods to mechanical engineering problems; topics include sources and definitions of error, root finding, solutions of linear and non-linear systems of equations, regression, interpolaton, numerical integration and differentiation, solution of initial value and boundary value ordinary differential equations. Applications include dynamics, solid mechanics, heat transfer and fluid flow. Prerequisites: MATH 102 and 201.

Summer Term 2022 Summer Term 2022

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