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C&EE X 434.24
This course provides in depth training to obtain permits for air quality processes at the federal, state, and local levels.
The primary objective of this course is to introduce the subject of Flight Mechanics, as applied to atmospheric, fixed-wing, flight vehicles, and to provide a clear understanding of related topics, specifically Aerodynamics, Propulsion, Performance, Static and Dynamic Stability, and Flight Controls.
This course is comprised of two modules covering composites technologies theory and practice, and a survey of Northrop Grumman Composites shop and lab facilities, providing the student with an…
Want to become a building contractor? This course helps the trade’s person in the construction industry prepare for the state contractors licensing exam.
MECH&AE X 400.16
This course provides engineers, designers, and contractors with a basic understanding and appreciation of fire protection systems, specifically automatic sprinkler systems, standpipe systems, fire pumps, and water supplies.
This course provides participants with an overall understanding of the challenges, objectives, and content of the program, and serves as an introduction to the entire spectrum of the technical…
MECH&AE X 424.8
This course covers the steps of designing a typical central plant for large buildings and campuses.
MECH&AE X 424.7
This is the first course in air conditioning engineering and design. During the course students will learn the basic engineering calculations and design rules.
MECH&AE X 424.10
This course provides comprehensive coverage of HVAC equipment selection.
MECH&AE X 400.14
This course explores the design of plumbing systems for high-rise buildings including pertinent components and systems typically found in such buildings.
MECH&AE X 400.17
This course provides training on basic hospital and laboratory design from a plumbing design standpoint.
MECH&AE X 428.80
This course prepares students to fulfill the role of a Six Sigma Black Belt in providing technical guidance and mentoring to Green Belts, senior leadership, and other team members.
MECH&AE X 428.90
This course prepares students with advanced Six Sigma Black Belt analytical activities and processes.
This course introduces students to the concept, content, and application of producibility for space systems hardware, tooling, and equipment. Additionally, testability, design for…
MECH&AE X 428.65
This course covers and introduces students to the concepts and methods necessary for successful execution of manufacturing engineering projects on aircraft assembly.
MECH&AE X 428.64
This course introduces students to the topic of aircraft tooling and its application in a production environment. Special focus is given to unique features of complex manufacturing requirements in a…
This course reviews subjects covered in the California State Board Professional Exam for Mechanical Engineers.
MECH&AE X 400.8
This course reviews codes and basic engineering principles and graphic presentations related to plumbing systems design, including load calculations, piping design, and equipment selection.
MECH&AE X 400.9
This course provides an in-depth training on a comprehensive plumbing design, calculations and code requirements of advanced plumbing systems.
MECH&AE X 400.10
This course covers the concepts of special plumbing systems and plumbing components and equipment with discussion on fire protection systems and green plumbing.
MECH&AE X 428.69
Learn how to identify and manage process-improvement projects using the systematic, analytical Six Sigma approach.
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This course presents both fundamental concepts and practical instruction in methods for fatigue, durability, and damage tolerance analysis/testing of metallic aircraft structures.
This course prepares participants for the State of California Professional Engineers Board Traffic Engineer License Exam.