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Module ME1331: Engineering Materials, Manufacturing anufacturing Methods Manufacturing Methods Lecture 1: Introduction to Manufacturing Dr. Alasdair Cairns
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Contents • Module Aims (Manufacturing) • Module Overview – Content – Assignment • Lecturer Background • Introduction to Manufacturing – History – Trends in Manufacturing – Design for Manufacture
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Objective: To introduce the basic manufacturing methods available to achieve the required performance Learning Outcomes Knowledge of the fundamental concepts of manufacturing Appreciation of appropriate manufacturing methods
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Module Content – Manufacturing Lectures Metal Forming & Deformation Processes (Weeks 4-5) Joining & Assembly Processes: Welding, Brazing & Fastening (Week 8) Particulate Processes: Powder Metallurgy & Ceramics (Week 10) Overview (Week 1) Term 1 Solidification Processes: Metal Casting (Weeks 2-3) Material Removal Processes: Machining Operations & Tools (Weeks 6-7) Property Enhancing & Surface Treatments (Week 9) Special Processes: Rapid Prototyping, electrical machines, micro and nano manufacturing (Week 11)
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Module Content (2) - Assignment Individual Written Report Deadline: Friday 14 th January 2011 Cairns 2010/2011 Term 1 Manufacturing is wholly assessed via one assignment Worth 25% of the ME1331 module To be announced and discussed in one of the lectures Term 2
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Module Content (3) – Reading List Reading List: 1. ESSENTIAL READING [* Purchased advised] Kalpakjian, S. and Schmid, S., “Manufacturing Engineering and Technology”, 6 th Edition)”, Pearson, (2010). Schey, J., “Introduction to Manufacturing Processes, 3 rd Edition, McGraw-Hill, (2000) Cairns 2010/2011 2. RECOMMENDED READING Groover, M.P.: “Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing”, 3 rd Edition, Wiley, (2007) Brockman, J.B., “Introduction to Engineering”, Wiley, 2009.
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Contents • Module Aims (Manufacturing) • Module Overview – Content – Assignment • Lecturer Background • Introduction to Manufacturing – History – Trends in Manufacturing – Design for Manufacture Cairns 2010/2011
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Lecturer Background • 10 years experience at an automotive consultancy business – Mahle Powertrain / Cosworth Technology – Exposed to a wide range of engine manufacturing processes Cairns 2010/2011 Audi RS6 Concept Engine (4.2l V8 bi-turbo, 450bhp) Focus Cosworth Demonstrator (2.0litre, 300bhp) Audi R8 Demonstrator Vehicle (V10 concept, 650bhp)
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MAHLE Produced Engine Components Oil-mist separator with control valve Air-mass sensor Air filter module Purge valve Tappet (cam follower,
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