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Lecture 1 1 MAE 52 Computer-Aided Design Lecture 1
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Lecture 1 2 Introduction • Course Issues – Adds/Drop: http://www.reg.uci.edu/registrar/soc/adcpp.html – Instructor Jeff Norton, Ph.D. Email address: jnorton@uci.edu Hours: 3-5pm on Tuesdays, After class by appointment for a limited time. I’ll announce changes in hours as necessary. – Textbook – Electronic Educational Environment (eee.uci.edu) • http://eee.uci.edu/07s/19010
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Lecture 1 3 Syllabus • Get it, Print it, Read it – Lecture Structure – Homework – Tests – Post Lecture Slides after class
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Lecture 1 4 Expectations of you, the student • Come to class! – Come to Labs, talk to the TAs • Take Notes! • Use the Book! • Ask Questions. • Do your homework.
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Lecture 1 5 Course Objectives Design Concepts 1. Think geometrically 2. Consideration for manufacturing, inspection, and analysis. Drafting Concepts 1. Basic Drafting Practices Design & Drafting with Solidworks 2006
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Lecture 1 6 Engineering Design The systematic and creative application of scientific and mathematical principles to practical ends such as the design, manufacture, and operation of efficient and economical structures, machines, processes, and systems.
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Lecture 1 7 Things Engineers Design Cars, planes, satellites, medical devices, toys, appliances, etc.
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Lecture 1 8 Things Engineers Design Tooling – devices for manufacturing products: robots, fixtures for assembly or inspection, molds, etc.
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Lecture 1 9 Good Design vs. Poor Design A. Good Design 1. Achieves the desired function and is cost effective . 2. Performs in the operational envelope without failure . 3. Accounts for manufacturability and inspection. B. Poor Design 1. Doesn’t work, fails, and/or is expensive or impossible to make . 2. Poor design may make it to the marketplace, but longevity (customer satisfaction) will be short-lived. C. Good Drafting communicates design to others – engineers, fabricators, inspectors. It is the language of design .
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Lecture 1 10 Communicating Design 1. Verbally 2. Hand sketching – put mental concepts on paper QUICKLY 3. Pencil and paper drafting (many instruments – needed skill, artistry)
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