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Industrial Engineering Course Description

IE 2014 - MANUFACTURING PROCESS ENGINEERING


THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS COURSE IS TO INSTILL A FUNDAMENTAL UNDERSTANDING OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES BY FOCUSING ON THE PROCESSES, METALLURGY AND MECHANICS OF DEFORMATION IN METAL FORMING.  TO THIS END, ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES WILL BE DEVELOPED FROM SOLID MECHANICAL PRINCIPLES (STRESS-STRAIN RELATIONSHIP, DEFORMATION AND FAILURE) WHICH WOULD THEN BE APPLIED BULK DEFORMATION AND MATERIAL REMOVAL PROCESSES. THE COURSE ASSUMES NO PREREQUISITES EXCEPT BASIC CONCEPTS OF STRESS, STRAIN AND STRENGTH OF MATERIALS.

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