Mechanical Engineering Design II (ME-260)

Course description:

This course focuses on manufacturing processes. A thorough understanding of manufacturing processes allows the engineer to consider these processes as they design, thus making the manufacturing of a product more efficient and cost effective. This course consists of a lecture component and a laboratory component.


Teaching assistants:


Syllabus:

ME260-syllabus.pdf


Lecture notes:

Lectures
Topics
Date
  The Structure of Metal / Mechanical Behavior and Properties   Jan. 28
  Mechanical Behavior and Properties   Jan. 30
  Physical properties and Heat Treatments of Metals   Feb. 4
  Ferrous and Nonferrous Metals and Alloys   Feb. 6
  Polymers, Ceramics, and Composites   Feb. 11
  Metal Casting   Feb. 13
  Rolling and Forging   Feb. 18
  Extrusion and Sheet Metal Forming   Feb. 20
  Processing of Ceramics and Glass / Rapid Prototyping   Feb. 25
  Forming and Shaping of Plastics and Composite Materials   Feb. 27
  Fundamentals of Machining I   March 3
  Fundamentals of Machining II   March 5
  Tool Materials and Fluids I   March 12
  Tool Materials and Fluids II   March 24
  Processes for Round Shapes I   March 26
  Processes for Round Shapes II   March 31
  Machining Processes for Various Shapes I   April 2
  Machining Processes for Various Shapes II   April 7
  Advanced Machining Concepts and Economics I   April 9
  Advanced Machining Concepts and Economics II   April 14
  Advanced Machining Concepts and Economics III   April 16
  Fabrication of Microelectronics   April 21
  Fabrication of MEMS   April 23
  Welding   April 28
  Brazing, Soldering, Adhesive-Bonding and Mechanical Fastening   April 30


Homeworks:

Homeworks
Due date
February 6
February 13
February 20
February 27
March 5
March 26
April 9
April 16
April 23
April 30


Project Description


Presentation aids:


Presentation Information and Schedule


Presentation Grading Form


Peer evaluation form (for project)


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