About Us

The official student blog for the Mechanical Engineering department at Lehigh University.

Mechanical Engineering is one of the broadest engineering professions, dealing with the design, construction and operation of various types of machinery. Mechanical engineers manage systems for energy conversion, material transport, and the control of motions and forces.

Our vibrant community is filled with both exceptional faculty members and motivated students who are working together for a brighter future.

See more at http://www.lehigh.edu/~inmem/.

Explore these other blogs by our Lehigh Engineering students:

First-Year Engineering Blog: http://luengineer.wordpress.com
Bioengineering: http://lehighbioe.wordpress.com/
Chemical Engineering: http://lehighcheme.wordpress.com/
Civil Engineering: http://lehighcee1.wordpress.com/
Industrial & Systems Engineering : http://lehighise.wordpress.com/
The #LehighIDEAS Blog http://lehighintegratede.wordpress.com/
Electrical and Computer Engineering: http://lehigheecs.wordpress.com/
International Engineers:http://lehighintlengineers.wordpress.com/
Materials Science: http://lehighmatsci.wordpress.com/

2 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Hi!

    I’m an Italian mechanical engineer and I published a free web application at http://www.me-bac.com that creates spur gears (standard gears and corrected gears) simulating the movement of the rack cutter, allows to download the dxf profile of the gear and calculates the tooth root bending stress with the Lewis method. It’s useful for engineers, students, designers, etc.

    Could you please publish it in your blog?

    Thanks for your attention and best regards.

    Angelo Bertocchi

  2. Wanted to let your students know about the All Can Rise mechanical engineering competition.

    They have a patent pending wave energy converter design, but still need a more detailed design for the automatic transmission and flywheel generator configuration.

    GRAND PRIZE: 20% Equity in WAVE-E

    Please check it out, and share on your blog:

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