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24-341 Manufacturing Sciences

Department:Mechanical Engineering
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This course has two broad concerns: an introductory review of manufacturing systems organization and a review of common manufacturing processes from the point of view of design for manufacturability. The features of mass and batch production are quantitatively considered. The basic principles of group technology and production planning are outlined. The use of computers in manufacturing is described, together with a review of the current capabilities of industrial robots. Students will be involved in weekly seminars, which will describe the basic features of common manufacturing processes, including metal machining, metal forming, polymer processing, casting techniques, joining techniques, ceramic processing, and powder processing. Case studies from industry and films may be used. 3 hrs. rec.

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
T 6:30 - 7:50 pm M Jarvis SH 220 Add course to my schedule
W Jarvis SH 220

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