Montana State University

Paul S. Gentile, PhD , P.E.

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department
P.O. Box 173800
Bozeman, MT 59717-3800

Tel: (406) 994-2680
Fax: (406) 994-6292
Office: ROBH 112

paul.gentile@me.montana.edu

Paul S. Gentile, PhD, PE

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Spring 2014 Courses

EGEN 506 NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS TO ENGINEERING PROBLEMS - Numerical methods used to solve common engineering research problems. Solutions to nonlinear equations. Optimization methods.

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EMEC 405 Finite Element Analysis - Introduction to the finite element method emphasizing the fundamental principles of FEA. Various finite element formulations for applications to structural analysis, thermal/fluids analysis, and design. Practical computational experience using a commercial finite element computer code.

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EMEC 321 THERMODYNAMICS II - Vapor, gas power, and refrigeration cycles; mixtures and combustion.

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EGEN 102 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS- Effective methods for applying the computer to common numerical problems encountered in chemical engineering. Chemical engineering examples will provide a basis for more comprehensive problems encountered in the other professional level courses.

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Fall 2013 Courses

EMEC 321 THERMODYNAMICS II - Vapor, gas power, and refrigeration cycles; mixtures and combustion.

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ECHM 205CS ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY - Students from all academic backgrounds explore an array of renewable and non-renewable energy sources and energy conversion systems. Contemporary and contentious energy related issues are presented, and course participants will formulate strategies to address them.

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EMEC 103 CAE I - ENGINEERING GRAPHICS COMMUNICATIONS - Communication through engineering graphics. The course topics include drawing utilizing sketching, 2-D CAD and 3-D solid modeling software, drawing standards, fits, and tolerances.

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Spring 2013 Courses

EGEN 506 NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS TO ENGINEERING PROBLEMS - Numerical methods used to solve common engineering research problems. Solutions to nonlinear equations. Optimization methods.

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ECHM 205CS ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY - Students from all academic backgrounds explore an array of renewable and non-renewable energy sources and energy conversion systems. Contemporary and contentious energy related issues are presented, and course participants will formulate strategies to address them.

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EMEC 203 CAE II-MECHANICAL ENGINEERING COMPUTATIONS - Computer methodology, use of various computer software packages (MathCAD, MATLAB & Excel) in mechanical engineering applications.

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EGEN 102 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS- Effective methods for applying the computer to common numerical problems encountered in chemical engineering. Chemical engineering examples will provide a basis for more comprehensive problems encountered in the other professional level courses.

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Fall 2012 Courses

ECHM 205CS ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY - Students from all academic backgrounds explore an array of renewable and non-renewable energy sources and energy conversion systems. Contemporary and contentious energy related issues are presented, and course participants will formulate strategies to address them.

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EMEC 103 CAE I - ENGINEERING GRAPHICS COMMUNICATIONS - Communication through engineering graphics. The course topics include drawing utilizing sketching, 2-D CAD and 3-D solid modeling software, drawing standards, fits, and tolerances.

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EMEC 203 CAE II-MECHANICAL ENGINEERING COMPUTATIONS - Computer methodology, use of various computer software packages (MathCAD, MATLAB & Excel) in mechanical engineering applications.

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EMAT 252 MATERIALS STRUCTURES ANS PROPERTIES LAB - This course is intended to supplement current materials lecture course offerings. Provides students with hands-on lab experience to identify and quantify physical, electrical, and mechanical properties of metallic and non-metallic materials via experimental measurements. Experimental procedures and reporting are emphasized.

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Spring 2012 Courses

EMEC 321 THERMODYNAMICS II - Vapor, gas power, and refrigeration cycles; mixtures and combustion.

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EMEC 203 CAE II-MECHANICAL ENGINEERING COMPUTATIONS - Computer methodology, use of various computer software packages (MathCAD, MATLAB & Excel) in mechanical engineering applications.

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ECHM 205CS ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY - Students from all academic backgrounds explore an array of renewable and non-renewable energy sources and energy conversion systems. Contemporary and contentious energy related issues are presented, and course participants will formulate strategies to address them.

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EGEN 102 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS- Effective methods for applying the computer to common numerical problems encountered in chemical engineering. Chemical engineering examples will provide a basis for more comprehensive problems encountered in the other professional level courses.

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ETME 202 MET COMPUTER APPLICATIONS -Computer methodology, use of various computer software packages in mechanical engineering technology applications.

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Fall 2011 Courses

EMAT 463 COMPOSITE MATERIALS - Structure and properties of composite materials and design procedures for composite structures.

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EMAT 252 MATERIALS STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES LAB - Provides students with hands-on lab experience to identify and quantify physical, electrical, and mechanical properties of metallic and non-metallic materials via experimental measurements.

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ETME 217 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES LAB - Provides students with hands-on experience for performing and analyzing a broad spectrum of manufacturing processes including metal casting, injection molding, powder metallurgy, metal forming, metal removal, inspection and measurement and welding.

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EMEC 203 CAE II-MECHANICAL ENGINEERING COMPUTATIONS - Computer methodology, use of various computer software packages (MathCAD, MATLAB & Excel) in mechanical engineering applications.

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