ME215-1 - ME -215 ENGINEERING MATERIALS AND PROCESES...

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Veljko Samardzic ME-215 Engineering Materials and Processes ME -215 ENGINEERING MATERIALS AND PROCESES Prerequisite: Chemistry 126 Instructor: Veljko Samardzic Office: MEC119, Tel.: 973-596-3247 E-mail: vxs9076@njit.edu Lectures: Tuesday,6:00 pm-7:30 pm, MEC221 Labs: Tuesday,7:30 pm-9:00 pm, MEC232 Office Hours: Tuesday,11:30 am-12:30 pm, 5:00 pm- 6:00 pm; Thursday, 2:00 pm-3:00 pm
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Veljko Samardzic ME-215 Engineering Materials and Processes Objectives of the of Course To combine lectures and laboratory practice as introduction to: Engineering materials and Manufacturing Processes Key objectives: Introduction to engineering materials and alloy design; Introduction to microstructure-properties relations; Introduction to manufacturing processes; Laboratory report writing practice. Textbook: E. Paul De Garmo, J.T.Black, R.A. Kohler, Matrials and processes in Manufacturing, 9 th edition, NY, 2003
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Veljko Samardzic ME-215 Engineering Materials and Processes More specifically Establish foundation of engineering thinking; Expand engineering communication means; Expand foundation of engineering knowledge; Practice new problem solving techniques; Preparation for advanced ME courses;
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Veljko Samardzic ME-215 Engineering Materials and Processes Tests& home assignments Three closed book tests will be given ( 5 th week, 11 th week and final exam); Homework is due first 5 minutes of next lecture; Laboratory report due one week after completion of lab practice at the beginning of next lab session;
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Veljko Samardzic ME-215 Engineering Materials and Processes Grading and performance Homework-5%, Laboratory reports& performance-30%, Test 1-20%, Test 2-20%, Final exam-25%. Detailed explanation of lab manual, lab rules and requirements posted at: ME home page-undergraduate-ME 215. Print it and have it ready for next class; Be ready for the lecture and lab practice (read assigned material prior to class) and bring with you printed material to the class; Submit homework and lab reports on time or you loose; HW assignments posted on ME 215 syllabus.
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Veljko Samardzic ME-215 Engineering Materials and Processes Important Dates in Technologies Developement B. Pascal- Mechanical calculator, France,1642 Industrial revolution, England,1760 Vertical lathe machine,USA,1840 H. ford-Conveyer assembly line, USA, 1913 J. von Newman- Principles of computer programming, USA,1945 Industrial robot (cylindrical config.), USA,1959 EXAPT-Programming language, W. Germany,1966 Microprocessors, CNC, CIM, 1970 Intelligent automation, automatic production cells, PC,USA,1980 Engineering revolution, 1997 (ongoing)
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Veljko Samardzic ME-215 Engineering Materials and Processes Impact on Societies From Stone age until nowadays tools design and development controlled the pace of engineering advancement; Bronze age led to rise of empires;
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