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1_INTRODUCTION - Mechanical Engineering Design Workshop...

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Mechanical Engineering Design & Workshop Course coordinator: ¾ Prof Marek Wi ś niewski DSc PhD MSc Mech Eng Institute for Vehicles, Machine Design and Operation Room 406/A1 Phone 042 6312236 Fax 042 6312262 E-mail [email protected]
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Mechanical Engineering Design & Workshop Study areas: ¾ Business and Technology ¾ Mechatronics Prerequisites: ¾ Mathematics, Physics, Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Technical Drawings , Materials Science, Fabrication Technologies
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Literature ¾ B.J. Hamrock, B.O. Jacobson, S.R. Schmid: Fundamentals of Machine Elements. Boston: WCB/McGraw Hill 1999. ¾ W. Beitz, K.-H. Küttner (Eds.): DUBBEL Handbook of Mechanical Engineering. London: Springer-Verlag. ¾ Bonfiglioli Riduttori (Eds.): Gear Motor Handbook. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. ¾ R.C. Juvinall, K.M. Marshek: Fundamentals of Machine Component Design. London: John Wiley & Sons, 2006. ¾ W. Horwatt, J. Bartoszewicz: Podstawy konstrukcji maszyn dla elektryków. Warszawa: WNT 1978.
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Literature http://www.mech.uwa.edu.au/DANotes/intro/contents.html http://www.ecs.umass.edu/mie/labs/mda/dlib/machine/machine.html http://www.utm.edu/departments/engin/lemaster/machine_design.htm http://www.co-design.co.uk/dpg/guides.htm http://www.tribology-abc.com/
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Objectives 1. Gaining the terminology and key design issues for specific machine elements including springs, bearings, fasteners, gears, etc. 2. Applying mechanics and strength of materials to machine element design 3. Predicting the operation life of machine elements 4. Learning current analytical and computational tools in mechanical design 5. Gaining experience in formulating and solving basic mechanical design problems
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Outcomes 1. Ability to design machine elements for various applications 3. Ability to solve and optimize open ended design problems 4. Skills in using material/vendor data and computer tools for mechanical design 5. Interest in learning and implementing new machine design materials and methodologies. 6. Ability to effectively use the different analytical, computational and graphical tools
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