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									DM 700s



          DM 700 Numerical Simulation of Sheet Metal Forming (0.50) LEC                                                  Course ID: 011069
          This course will cover numerical simulation techniques used to accurately and efficiently simulate industrial sheet forming
          processes. A variety of finite element based techniques will be considered including explicit and so−called single and
          multi−step methods. * Review of sheet forming concepts * Numerical modeling techniques * Contact algorithms, friction *
          Material modelling, sheet anisotrophy, use of FLDs in formability prediction * Spring − back and trimming * Survey of
          commercial codes, Pre− and post− processing, CAD interface.
          Department Consent Required




          DM 701 Metal Forming (0.50) LEC                                                                                Course ID: 011070
          Course starts with a brief introduction to the theory of plasticity, directly applicable to the mathematical and physical analysis
          of problems in metal forming. A discussion of tribology and material attributes follows. Metallurgical phenomena,
          accompanying hot and cold forming of metals, are discussed. Application to bulk metal forming (rolling, extrusion, drawing
          and forging) and sheet metal forming (deep drawing, stretch forming, hydroforming) are considered. The use and limitations
          are demonstrated. Examples from laboratory experiments and from industrial applications are used to complement the
          presentation.
          Department Consent Required




          DM 702 Surface Machining (0.50) LEC                                                                            Course ID: 011071
          Surface Machining represents a major activity in many industries, like in the manufacture of tools and dies. This course
          addresses the issues of surface representation, and generation of the tool path on CNC milling machines for roughing and
          finishing of flat and sculptured surfaces. * Introduction to NC Machining: components of CNC machining centre, part
          programming, programming using a commercial package * Surface definition and properties: Bezier, B−Splines and NURBS,
          computation of normal, curvature and curvature directions etc., data exchange protocols * Rough Machining and Surfaces:
          tool wear and breakage, dynamics in surface machining, tool path planning for rough machining of surfaces * Finish
          Machining of Surfaces: Tool positioning strategies in 3 and 5 axis machining, tool path planning for finish milling, gouge
          detection and avoidance, verification of tool path.
          Department Consent Required




          DM 712 Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing (0.50) LEC                                                     Course ID: 011072
          Robotics: 7 Operating principles: physical configuration &workspace, joint position measurement and control, robot controller
          operation 7 Kinematics: coordinate frames and transformations, forward and inverse kinematics 7 Programming: motion types
          &applications, digital I/O and program flow control 7 Sensor−based operation: seam tracking &force feedback control
          Machine Vision: 7 Operating Principles: imaging sensors, image representation and transmission, image acquisition and
          storage 7 Image Processing: pixel processing (LUTS), area processing (filtering) 7 Image Analysis: boundary tracing, template
          matching, segmentation Communication Networks: 7 Data Transmission: asynchronous and synchronous data transmission,
          baseband and broadband, network topologies 7 Media access control: Ethernet CSMA/CD, Token bus 7 ISO−OSI model:
          seven layer model functionality 7 MMS: Manufacturing Message Standard concepts and issues
          Department Consent Required




          DM 713 Life Extension (0.50) LEC                                                                               Course ID: 011073
          Plant Life Management, including configuration management; time dependent deterioration in plant and assessment of failure
          probabilities; risk analysis which considers probability of failure and consequences of failure; risk based in−service inspection
          and various other inputs for safety cases that should (must) be prepared when considering life extension.
          Department Consent Required




          DM 714 Industrial Noise Analysis and Control (0.50) LEC                                                        Course ID: 011074
Government regulations are becoming tighter regarding noise levels at industrial installations. This course is aimed at
acquiring the necessary design tools to implement different measures for reducing noise generated from sources encountered
in typical manufacturing environments. * Fundamentals of acoustics, noise analysis and measurement: Acoustic quantities,
noise propagation, free and reverberant fields, room acoustics, near and far fields, noise measurements: frequency spectrum,
octave and fraction octave filters, microphones, sound level meters, sound intensity measurements. * Noise Control: Response
of the human ear to noise, Government regulations, noise level curves, noise control using sound absorption, using walls and
partial partitions, using full enclosures and using vibration isolation.
Department Consent Required




DM 720 Design: Materials Selection (0.50) LEC                                                                  Course ID: 011075
The purpose of this course is to make sound, intelligent selections of materials for safe and efficient structures or components.
A unique feature of the course is that it contains the methodology of design and how materials selection should be
simultaneously chosen at every stage of the design process − concurrent engineering. The materials selection should be
effected through consideration not only of their properties, their processing, and their fabrication, but also their recyclability,
recovery, and disposal after their use, involving the concept of life−cycle analysis. * Physical, chemical and mechanical
properties of materials that are important for the design of the structure of a component. Microstructure insensitive properties
such as density, modulus and coefficient of linear expansion which are unaffected by processing. * Properties such as strength,
fracture toughness, fatigue and creep that are affected by processing and the resultant microstructure. How processing
influences these properties including corrosion resistance, and the manner in which they change during the fabrication of
components. * Processing of metals and alloys. Solid state equilibrium and non−equilibrium transformations. Melting,
solidification and casting of metals, including welding. Plastic deformation including rolling and annealing. Thermal processes
such as surface treatments. * Processing of non−metals. Extrusion, injection molding, thermoforming of thermoplastic
polymers. Fabrication of thermosets. Solidification of glasses. Superplastic forming and forming of glasses. Preparation and
fabrication of composite materials. * Design and selection of materials. Performance and selection of ferrous materials for
engineering design, considering low alloy steels, tool steels, stainless steels and cast irons. * Performance and selection of
non−ferrous materials for engineering performance considering aluminum, magnesium, copper and nickel alloys. *
Performance and selection of polymers, ceramics and composites for engineering performance.
Department Consent Required




DM 722 Mechatronics Engineering (0.50) LEC                                                                     Course ID: 011762
Mechatronics is the integration of mechnaical, electrical, computer and control engineering. This course deals with the
analytical tools required to design, model, analyze and control mechatronic systems. Properties of linear and nonlinear
systems, system identification methods, process modelling, sensor and actuators, computer interfacing, computer control of
machines and processes (PLC and PC based). Laboratories will include PLC based automation applications and PC based
advanced robotics.
Department Consent Required




DM 730 Welding (0.50) LEC                                                                                      Course ID: 011076
Features and advantages of the various welding processes. Welding arc characteristics. Temperature distributions around
welds. Metallurgy of the weld metal and heat affected zone in various alloys, including carbon and stainless steels, and
aluminum alloys. Origin of various weld defects and methods of detecting them. Static and dynamic design of welded joints.
Residual stresses, distortion and fracture of welds.
Department Consent Required




DM 766 Strategic Management of Technology (0.50) LEC                                                           Course ID: 011077
This course focuses on the strategic management of technology and innovation established firms. We take an evolutionary
process perspective. The fundamental ideas underlying the perspective are: (1) that a firms technology strategy emerges from
its technological competencies and capabilities, (2) that the technology strategy is shaped by evolutionary external
(environmental) and internal (organizational) Forces. The course draws on strategic management, economics and organization
theory for analytical tools to address important challenges faced by senior and middle managers in technology based firms.
The course is practice oriented. Case studies of various real life situations will require in−depth analysis to be complemented
with specific action recommendations. * To develop an awareness of the range, scope and complexity of the issues and
problems related to strategic management of technology and innovation * To develop an understanding of the state of the art
of strategic management of technology and innovation * To learn how to practically apply theoretical concepts in strategic
management of technology and innovation.
Department Consent Required




DM 782 Integrating Product Development and Manufacturing (0.50) LEC                                        Course ID: 011078
This course covers the latest managerial tools on how to integrate the engineering design and manufacturing functions for best
overall quality and shortest product development lead time. The scope of the course is multidisciplinary: we will cover both
the analytical (quantitative) and qualitative aspects. * Understanding the conflicting constraints and demands on both
engineering design and manufacturing * Potential trade−offs between decreased development time and increased product
quality * Tools and methods for enhanced interaction: Staggered product release, Quality Function Deployment, rapid
prototyping, modular design, CAD/CAM
Department Consent Required




DM 784 Product Development Planning and Execution (0.50) LEC                                               Course ID: 011079
This course deals with the effective product development project management. The scope is multidisciplinary: we will cover
both the analytical (quantitative) and qualitative aspects of how to best run product development projects. It introduces
concepts that a development project manager of engineering should know about. It only briefly covers how to manage the
whole product design development process. * Linking project selection to technology strategy * How to screen and select
projects * How to monitor and review their progress * Resource allocation among projects, timing and links, concurrent
engineering * How to staff and lead projects * When to kill a project * Post−project review and learning
Department Consent Required




DM 790 Logistics and Supply Chain Management (0.50) LEC                                                    Course ID: 011269
Modern supply chain management encompasses the logistics of inventory and transportation flows, whether within a given
organization or between that firm and other companies (suppliers, customers) that are part of its business. This course thus
deal with models and analyses of the inbound transportation of raw materials, manufactured components and sub−assemblies.
Another emphais is the (outbound) physical distribution of finished goods from factory to consumer: freight transportation
(various modes, customer service, multi−location inventory management and distribution−centre site selection. Specialized
topics (for term projects) may be chosen from among Logistics Information Systems; Global Supply Chain Management;
Vehicle Routing; or the Logistics of e−Commerce.

								
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