ECAM Engineering Program
Combined Bachelor's / Master's Degree
General Data
Academic program ECAM Engineering Program :
Type d'EC Classes
Lectures : 4h00
Lab Work : 12h00
Total duration : : 16
Status :
Period :
Semester 2
Education language :
English
General objectives
Understand the manufacturing process concept

1-METROLOGY
Provide a theoretical knowledge of industrial Metrology

2- Manufacturing systems: Provide practical knowledge of manufacturing processes and workshop technology of specific manufacturing processes (TP)




Turning and Related Operations (leval1)

Milling and Related Operations (leval1)

Computer-aided manufacturing control ( for turning ) (leval1)

Computer-aided manufacturing control ( for milling )(leval1)
Content
INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING:
Manufacturing processes, materials in manufacturing, mechanical properties of materials,

Fundamentals of metal forming : metal Forming, material behavior in metal forming, train rate sensitivity, friction and lubrication in metal forming

Bulk deformation processes in metal working: rolling, forging, extrusion, wire and bar drawing

Theory of metal machining: machining technology, theory of chip formation in metal machining, force relationships and the merchant equation, power and energy relationships in machining

Machining operations and machine tools : machining and part geometry, turning and related operations, drilling and related operation, milling
Cutting-tool technology: tool life, tool materials, tool geometry
? Surface texture: Two dimensional

METROLOGY
o Geometrical and surface profile Roughness parameters
o Measuring length
o Filters and cut off
o Amplitude parameter
o The different types of profiles ( ISO3247)
o Analyze experimental data of roughness and waviness using the surface state measurement

TP:
Turning and Related Operations

Milling and Related Operations

Measurement of Surface state

Coordinate measuring machine (CMM)

Computer-aided manufacturing control ( for turning )

Computer-aided manufacturing control ( for milling )
Pre-requisites
• Drawing conventions
• Read and understand a mechanism from a 2D plane
• Computer aided design
• Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing
• Functional dimensioning & tolerancing
• Computer aided design (CAD)
Bibliography
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[4] B. Gilbert, Schéma cinématique des mécanismes, PARIS : ISBN 2 7298 9125 0 éditions MARKETING, 1991.
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[6] C. A, Guide du dessinateur industriel, PARIS : ISBN 2 01 101194 X, 1986 .
[7] T. J. –. A. N. QUATREMER R., Précis de Construction Mécanique, tome 1 Dessin Conception et Normalisation, ISBN 2 09 194004 6.
[8] Sosa, "Mechanism Design," 2015.
[9] D. H. Myszka, MACHINES AND MECHANISMS, University of Dayton: Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data, 2012.
[10] S. R. S. (. Serope Kalpakjian (Author), Manufacturing Engineering and Technology, Paperback, 2013 .
[11] D. M. (Auteur), Engineering Drawing and Design, CENGAGE Learning Custom Publishing, 2016.
[12] S. R. S. Serope Kalpakjian, Manufacturing Engineering and Technology, Pearson Education Centre; SI ed of 7th revised ed edition (, September 4, 2013).
[13] Mikell_P.Groover, Fundamentals_of_Modern_Manufacturing_4th_Edition, united states: acid-free paper., 2010.
Assessment(s)
Nature Coefficient Observable objectives
1Written exam1
2Practical work1
3Written exam1