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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Course Syllabus
Instructor Name
Course Title:
Prerequisite:
Academic Year:
Lecture Times:
Office Hours
Dr Subhash Chandra
Computer aided manufacturing
Co-requisite:
2014-15
Th 10-11:50
Wed. From
Th From
11 to 11:50
10 to 1:50
ME 415
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Course code:
Cr.Hrs:
Mon 12-12:50
Tutorial Time:
II
Semester:
Wed 2 to 3:50
Lab Time:
003-2-38-5
Office number
Course Description
Automation strategies. Production economics. High volume production systems. Automated flow lines. Assembly
and line balancing. Numerical control. NC part programming. DNC, CNC, and adaptive control. Industrial robots.
Material handling and storage. Group technology and flexible manufacturing. Quality control and automated
inspection. Control systems. Programmable controllers. Computer networks.
Course Outcomes
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Ability to apply scientific and technical knowledge for automation
An ability to use the relevant tools necessary for engineering practices
Ability to recognize and achieve high levels of professionalism in their work planning
Recognition of the need and ability to engage in lifelong learning, thought process and
development
Method of Assessment
Attendance and participation 10%
Homework: 10%
Terms I exam: 20%
Terms II exam:20%
Final examination, 40%
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ABET Student
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Assessed Learning Outcomes
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Course Goals and Objectives
Course provides the understandings of Automation strategies, Automated flow lines. Assembly line balancing.
This course provides the knowledge of CNC machines, part programming, automatic inspection Industrial robots,
Material handling and storage
Group technology are required for cellular manufacturing
Students learn about Flexible manufacturing system
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Course Contents
Short Description
Automation strategies. Automation Strategies, production concepts and, types of production,
types of automation,
Mathematical models, sequencing of jobs, Flow lines
Computer algorithms for linear interpolation, rotation, scaling and translation.
Production economics. Cost in manufacturing, Pay back period analysis, present worth method,
High volume production systems,
Transfer mechanism, NC fixtures. Automated flow lines. Assembly and line balancing.
Numerical control production: NC part programming. DNC, CNC, and adaptive control.
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Industrial robots. Material handling and storage.
Group Technology: Group technology and flexible manufacturing.
Quality control and automated inspection. Control systems.
Programmable controllers. Computer networks.
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Textbook:
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Books
T1. Mikell P. Groover, and Emory W. Zimmers, Jr., "CAD/CAM: Computer-Aided Design and
Manufacturing," Prentice Hall, Inc. 1990.
R1. R K Srivastava, Computer aided Manufacturing, Umesh Publications, 2009
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