Walied Moussa, PhD, PEng

Professor, Faculty of Engineering - Mechanical Engineering Dept


Professor, Faculty of Engineering - Mechanical Engineering Dept
(780) 492-6027
10-257 Donadeo Innovation Centre For Engineering
9211-116 St
Edmonton AB
T6G 2H5




  • BSc (AUC) 1991
  • MSc (AUC) 1993
  • PhD (Carleton, Canada) 2000


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 2022
MEC E 563 - Finite Element Method for Mechanical Engineering

Application of finite element methods to mechanical engineering problems; topics include direct stiffness methods, assembly, constraints, solution techniques, post-processing, element types and the Galkerin procedure. Applications include beam truss and frame analysis, plane strain and stress problems, heat transfer and dynamic analysis Prerequisites: MATH 300, MEC E 360, 390.

Fall Term 2021
MEC E 664 - Advanced Design and Simulation of Micro and Nano Electromechanical Sensors (MEMS/NEMS)

Advanced topics dealing with MEMS technologies, transduction mechanisms, and microfabricated sensors and actuators. Sensors for acceleration, rotation rate, pressure, and different micro actuators. MEMS in microfluidics and biomedical applications. Chemical, gas, and biosensors. Prerequisite: MEC E 563 and consent of Instructor. Not open to students with credit in MEC E 564.

Winter Term 2022

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