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Unformatted text preview: ENGR3200U – Fall George Platanitis, Ph.D., ENGR3200U – Fall George Platanitis, Ph.D., ENGR3030U – Engineering Graphics and Design George Platanitis, Ph.D, P.Eng. Course Instructor September 10 – December 9, 2009 14 Weeks ENGR3200U – Fall George Platanitis, Ph.D., ENGR3200U – Fall George Platanitis, Ph.D., Course Objectives • Defining CAD/CAM/CAE systems • Use CAD/CAM/CAE in case studies. • Graphics programming. • Model, world, viewing, screen coordinate systems and transformation matrices between coordinate systems. • Modelling geometric curves – Hermite, Bezier, B-spline. • Modelling geometric surfaces using two parameters. ENGR3200U – Fall George Platanitis, Ph.D., ENGR3200U – Fall George Platanitis, Ph.D., Course Objectives (con’d) • Representing wireframe, surface, and solid modelling systems. • Data structures for CSG, B-rep, voxel, octree. • Feature-based modelling and parametric modelling for assembly modelling. • Data associativity for CAD/CAM integration. • Virtual prototyping and rapid prototyping. • Standards for communicating between CAD systems. • Working extensively with commercial CAD/CAM/CAE system to gain proficiency and apply concepts learned. ENGR3200U – Fall George Platanitis, Ph.D., ENGR3200U – Fall George Platanitis, Ph.D., Course Outcome • Understand role of CAD/CAM/CAE systems in context of product lifecycle. • Represent curves and surfaces using parametric equations. • Understand key issues in CAM systems and the data associativity benefits of CAD/CAM systems. • Demonstrate proficiency with a commercial CAD/CAM/CAE system to represent and solve real engineering problems. • Demonstrate proficiency with the application of CAE tools (e.g., finite element analysis) and rapid prototyping machines in design evaluation. ENGR3200U – Fall George Platanitis, Ph.D., ENGR3200U – Fall George Platanitis, Ph.D., Prerequisites • ENGR2310U – Concurrent Engineering Design....
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