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Unformatted text preview: DRAFT-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------University of Florida Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 1 EML 4321 (Section 3319) Fall 2011 Manufacturing Engineering 1. Catalog description Descriptive and analytical treatment of manufacturing processes and production equipment, automation, computer control, integrated systems. Applications of mechanics, stress analysis, vibrations, controls, heat transfer. Discrete time simulation. (3 credit hours) 2. Prerequisites EGM 3520 Mechanics of Materials EMA 3010 Materials Co-requisites EML 4312 Control of Mechanical Engineering Systems EML 4140 Heat Transfer EML 4220 Mechanical Vibrations 3. Course objectives Upon completion of this course, students will demonstrate: 1. a descriptive and qualitative understanding of traditional and non-traditional manufacturing processes; 2. the ability to use engineering science tools such as advanced mathematics, stress analysis, vibrations, control theory, and heat transfer to analyze manufacturing processes and machines; 3. the ability to rapidly and accurately perform manufacturing engineering evaluations and analyses; and 4. the ability to create computational simulations of manufacturing processes and machines. 4. Contribution of course to professional component 4A. EML 4321 supports the following program outcomes as listed in the Mission Statement of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering: (M1) using knowledge of chemistry and calculus based physics; (M2) using knowledge of advanced mathematics through multivariate calculus and differential equations; and (M4) possessing the ability to work professionally in both thermal and mechanical systems. 4B. Mathematical sciences (15%), physical sciences (15%), engineering sciences (55%), engineering design (15%) 5. Relationship of course to program outcomes This course contributes to the following program outcomes: (a) apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering - M1, M2 (high coverage, 25% of course grade, assessment based on homework and 3 exams) (c) design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs - M4 (medium coverage, 15% of course grade, assessment based on homework and 3 exams) (e) identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems - M4 (high coverage, 25% of course grade, assessment based on homework and 3 exams) (f) understand professional and ethical responsibilities (low coverage, 5% of course grade, assessment based on homework and 3 exams and in-class discussion) (h) understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context (low coverage, 5% of course grade, assessment based on homework and 3 exams and in-class discussion) 1 DRAFT-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------University of Florida...
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