
Courses

The DML offers
the following courses :
Syllabus 

Design
 CAD
Course
Description:
The importance of
knowledge of "Drawing  CAD " was the main reason that the
particular course was selected as laboratorial. The content of
this course were selected so that the student, at the end of
educational process, knows the drawing possibilities of Computer
Aided Design and their applications in mechanical Design. The
supplies that will acquire the student with this particular course
will function as tools for the course of Manufacturing
Technologies of 3^{rd} semester, and all courses of
Renewable Energies (eg designing of system of wind generator)
Course/Laboratory Outline:
· Elements
of technical drawing  CAD Systems.
· AutoCad
2000 drawign environment.
· Coordinate
Systems, Scales.
· Drawing
objects.
· Drawing
tools, regrouping of objects.
· Modify
Commands, changes of attributes.
· Dimensions.
· Zoom,
views and slides.
· Management
of files, printings.
· 3D
designing.
· Shading,
rendering
· Elementary
regulations of Mechanical Drawing  Views, sections, dimensions.
Applications in Mechanical drawings


Manufacturing Processes
Course
Description:
This course is primarily
aimed at graduate students in engineering and sciences who are
interested in the fundamentals and applications of manufacturing
processes. The course discusses current theoretical and pragmatic
advances in production technology.
Course
Outline:
· Fundamentals
of Manufacturing Processes
· Machine
Tools
· Metalworking,
Casting
· Theory
and applications of metal cutting,
Cutting Processes (turning, milling,
drilling, etc).
· Metal
forming processes
(rolling, forging, deep drawing, sheet
metal forming, etc).
· Welding
· Non
conventional manufacturing methods (waterjet, laser, plasma,
ultrasonic, etc).
· Environmental
Issues in Manufacturing
Laboratory
Outline:
· Theory:
Measurements.
Tolerances
Tools of various
types (Allen, etc).
Introduction to
thread and fasteners.
Gears and gear
trains.
Bearing
classification.
· Experiments:
Assembly of car
engine
Turning 1^{st}
exercise
Milling 1^{st}
exercise
Turning 2^{nd}
exercise
Milling 2^{nd}
exercise
Turning 3^{rd}
exercise
Milling 3^{rd} exercise


Workshop
Course
Description:
The students will
be able to understand how materials can be processed through the
use of tools and machines. They will use tools and the processes
of cutting materials, shaping them, combining them, forming them,
and so forth, to manufacture parts or products.
Laboratory
Outline:
· Theory:
Machine Shop Safety
Measurements.
Calipers, Micrometers, Tolerances
Tools of various
types.
Introduction to
thread and fasteners.
Gears and gear
trains.
Bearing
classification.
· Experiments:
Using of hand
tools (punches, hammers, saws, etc).
Hand threading,
polishing.
Saw and Drill
Operation.
Projects (ball
peen hammer, center punch, etc).
Welding.
Turning 1^{st}
exercise.
Turning 2^{nd}
exercise.


Materials Science
Course
Description:
The course discusses the development of materials
during the history and their properties. Particular
ιimportance
becomes at the metal materials and the new materials like
composites.
Course
Outline:

A historical
perspective of the development of materials. The importance of
materials for economy, technology and civilization.

Categories of
solid materials. The microscopic structure of materials. The
crystalline structure.

Elasticity,
critical yield stress and the limit of elasticity. Plasticity
in fracture.

Properties of
materials. Classification in destructive and nondestructive
methods.

Phase
equilibrium. Phase diagrams.

Thermal and
surface treatments of metallic materials. Annealing for
rehabilitation and annealing for recrystallization.

Iron and
ferrous alloys. Thermal treatment of steels.

The basic
metals (aluminum, copper, zinc, nickel, chromium). The
nonferrous alloys.

State of the
art ceramics, monolithic and complex ceramics, (Al_{2}O_{3},
ZrO_{2}, SiC, Si_{3}N_{4}, etc)


Finite Elements Method
Course
Description:
Analytical and numerical
methods for study of strains, stresses, and deformations of
solids, with application to design of mechanical components
subjected to static and repeated loads. Applications on Fluid
mechanics and Heat Transfer.
Course
Outline:
· Introduction
to the finite element method. General properties of finite
elements and accuracy considerations.
· Onedimensional
beam formulations. Application to framed structures.
· Twodimensional
plane stress/strain formulations. Modelling of common plane
stress/strain problems.
· Plate
bending elements. Modelling of plate bending problems.
· Finite
element analysis of shells.
· Applications
of FEM on Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer etc.
Short project on applying a standard finite element
analysis program to a realistic structural engineering problem in
ANSYS Educational Software.


CAD II  3D Modeling


Thermodynamics
Course
Description:
The course
provides the basic principles of classic thermodynamics, with an
engineering perspective, along with the relationship between the
theory of thermodynamics and the behavior of real thermal systems
and cycles.
Course Outline:
·
Thermodynamic systems
·
Thermodynamic properties of a substance
·
Thermal processes and cycles
·
Zero law of Thermodynamics
·
Equations of State
·
Work, Heat and Energy
·
First and Second Law
·
Reversible and irreversible processes
·
Entropy
·
The
properties of vapor
·
Thermodynamic cycles, power and refrigeration systems
·
Irreversibility and availability
·
Gas
mixtures
·
Thermodynamic relations
Laboratory
Outline:
·
Electrothermal pump
· Idealgas
relations
·
Specific Heat of metals
·
Boiling temperature rise
·
Enthalpy and internal energy of Combustion
·
Joule  Thomson coefficients of CO_{2} and Ν_{2}
Mollier diagram – properties of vapor


Transfer Phenomena
Course
Description:
The objective of
this course is covering the phenomena that are related with the
transport of mass and heat at the development of natural
activities that takes place in the management of Natural Resources
and Environment. The course includes Fluid Mechanics aspects and
Heat Transfer also.
Course
Outline:

Introduction to
fluid properties (density, viscosity, surface tension).

Fluid statics.
Static pressure, pressure and flow measurements.

Elementary
fluid dynamicsthe Bernoulli equation

Control volume
analysis,
Mass conservation, Momentum conservation,
Energy conservation, Practical
applications

Differential
fluid flow analysis,
Continuity (mass conservation), NavierStokes
equation (momentum conservation)

Internal flows,
pipe flow, frictional losses. Turbulent flows. External flows.
·
Fundamentals of heat
transfer
·
Conduction.
·
Convection.
·
Radiation.
·
Steady and transient heat conduction in solids. Forced and free
convection
in
fluids.
Laboratory
Outline:
·
Hydrostatic
pressure
·
Bernoulli's theorem
demonstration
·
Impact of a jet
·
Darcy Law
·
Demonstration Pelton
turbine
·
Flow meter
demonstration
·
Energy losses in pipes
·
Heat Exchanger
·
Convection factor for metals etc
Computational Fluid mechanics  Aerodynamics




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