Syllabus (Summer 10)

Syllabus(Summer 10) - EML2322L Design Manufacturing Laboratory Summer 2010 Lecture 2nd Period(9:30-10:45 am T MAE-B 211 1 Catalog Description Study

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EML2322L – Design & Manufacturing Laboratory, Summer 2010 Lecture: 2 nd Period (9:30-10:45 am) T; MAE-B 211 1. Catalog Description : Study and application of design; problem formulation; conceptual design & prototype development; study of common manufacturing processes. Credits: 2 2. Pre-requisites : ENC2210 (or 3254) – Technical / Professional Writing EML2023 – Computer Aided Graphics/Design EG-ME or EG-ASE major (no exceptions) 3. Course Objectives : The principal goals of the MAE Design and Manufacturing Laboratory are threefold: A. to educate students in basic manufacturing and provide an understanding of what operations are possible with each type of process B. to inculcate a fundamental understanding of how critical proper dimensional tolerancing is to the overall cost, performance and method(s) of manufacturing C. to teach the students to think about how each component will be manufactured and assembled during the design phase Specifically, at the end of this course every student should: be able to identify and apply the steps of the design process (problem definition, concept generation, concept selection, detailed design and analysis, and design presentation) be familiar with typical manufacturing processes and equipment be familiar with CNC machine tools (programming, operation, flexibility) understand the fundamental methods of welding have designed, fabricated & tested a prototype of one device have created a proper design report, focusing on content, formatting and proofing understand the importance of efficient project (time & resource) management 4. Contribution of course to meeting the professional component : EML2322L aids the students in developing the ability to work professionally in the design and realization of mechanical systems ( ME Program Outcome M4 ). Specifically, it addresses mechanical design, fundamentals of manufacturing and prototyping, resource allocation and teamwork. This course also emphasizes oral, written and graphical communication via formal design reports and group collaboration. Its content is 80% engineering design and 20% engineering sciences. 5. Relationship of course to program outcomes : This course achieves the following ABET outcomes [note that the outcome number corresponds to the respective ABET outcomes (a) through (k)]: (a) Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering [outcome (a), medium coverage (25%); method of assessment is required analysis of mechanical systems in the design project] (c) Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints [outcome (c), high coverage (60%); method of assessment is ability to successfully design and prototype a working solution to a practical robotics task within the size, cost, speed and manufacturability requirements set forth within the project description]
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(d) Function on multi-disciplinary teams [outcome (d), high coverage (50%); method of assessment is evaluating students’ ability to effectively allocate resources while working together in groups from various engineering disciplines on the design project.
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Syllabus(Summer 10) - EML2322L Design Manufacturing Laboratory Summer 2010 Lecture 2nd Period(9:30-10:45 am T MAE-B 211 1 Catalog Description Study

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