Illinois Institute of Technology. Department of Mechanical, Materials and Aerospace Engineering
- Usage: 1996
The Department of Mechanical Engineering began in 1940 when Armour Institute of Technology joined the Lewis Institute to form the Illinois Institute of Technology. In 1963 it became the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and in 1996 it expanded once more to become the Department of Mechanical, Materials and Aerospace Engineering.
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Portraits of Lloyd Hamilton Donnell and Leonard M. Taussig, two men associated with Mechanical, Materials, and Aerospace Engineering. The Leonard Taussig portrait is a 10 x 13” color photograph. The Lloyd Donnell portrait is an apparent self portrait, acrylic on canvas painting. Both used to hang in the MMAE office.
Reports related to Illinois Institute of Technology's Institute of Gas Technology and the Mechanical, Materials and Aerospace Engineering Department's Solar Energy Heat Transfer Laboratory.
General information on programs offered in the Mechanical, Materials, and Aerospace Engineering Department including posters about events, brochures and other mailings, and course information.
Flyers, posters, and other information on events sponsers by the Materials, Mechanical, Electric, and Aerospace engineering Department including workshops, meetings, alumni day.
ssorted research publications from faculty and lab staff associated with the Mechanical, Materials, and Aerospace Engineering Department including: 1. Philip G. Hodge jr. publication, 1967- 1969 2. X-Ray Diffraction, 1969 3. Research Themis Project, 1969 4. Project Themis Report, 1970 5. Project Themis Technical Report, 1970 6. Study Mobile Overpass Roadway Repair Vehicle, 1970
Materials related to Rollin Dix, professor of mechanical engineering at Illinois Institute of Technology. Dix joined the engineering faculty in 1964 and retired in 2004 as Chairman of Mechanical, Materials and Aerospace Department, and as Associate Dean for Academic Computing. This collection relates to his research and academic projects while on faculty at Illinois Institute of Technology.