The Automatic Control Specialty in the Mechanical Engineering Department
Smith, David L.
Nunn, Robert H.
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This report describes the development of coursework in automatic controls for the Mechanical Engineering (ME) Department which took place during FY85 as a continuation of work begun in FY 84. The report describes the development of two required courses designed to satisfy the Educational Skill Requirement in controls as levied by NAVSEA. In addition, the development of elective coursework and thesis research is discussed.
NPS Report NumberNPS-69-85-006PR
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