ME_366_Syllabus - ME366ManufacturingProcesses Required...

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ME 366 Manufacturing Processes Required Fall, Spring 2007-2008 Catalog Data: 366 Manufacturing Processes (3) Processes related to design of  machine parts.  Casting, hot and cold forming, metal removal  and weldments.  Manufacturing tolerances and surface  finishes.  Prereq: Materials Science Engineering 201. Textbook: Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing, 3rd edition, Mikell  Other Required Material: None. Prerequisites by Topic 1. Forces, moments and equilibrium 2. Mechanical properties of materials  Course Objectives (Program Objectives supported by each course objective are indicated.) 1. Gain a basic understanding of dimensions and specifications of tolerances, surface  requirements.  [ME: 1, 2] 2. Gain a basic understanding of manufacturing materials and processes and their effects  on product design. [ME: 1, 2, 4] 3. Understand the technical decisions required in developing and implementing new 
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