Undergraduate Blog

MechSE at Illinois Undergrad Blogs

07/14/2017 - Building a saxophone with perfect pitch is a fine-tuned mechanical feat.
07/11/2017 - In a new summer series from Taylor, she examines the good, the bad, and the ugly of found engineering design.
06/29/2017 - Did you know the surface area of a single human lung is roughly equal to one complete side of a tennis court?
06/20/2017 - In the spirit of knowing more about the world around us, Taylor explains some fun facts related to physics, chemistry, and electricity.
06/15/2017 - Taylor got to see the mechanical engineering feat that is the Indy 500, and tells us all about it.
05/11/2017 - Join Taylor on a walk down memory lane as she recounts all the milestones - happy, sad, and in between - of this past school year.
04/27/2017 - In this continuation of her blog series, Views of MechSE, Taylor shares original photos she captures from around campus.
04/25/2017 - With so many varying properties, crafting wooden guitars involves a good deal of mechanics and physics.
04/20/2017 - As a MechSE student, you are part of a legacy of engineering students that's more than 100 years old.
04/07/2017 - Inside the mechanics of a VCR and VHS tapes.

 

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