Course
code IM512E
credit_hours 3
title Integrated Manufacturing Systems
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prequisites 126 Credit Hours
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Describtion/Outcomes This course will study the technology associated with computer integrated manufacturing (CIM). Conventional manufacturing technologies will be introduced, followed by computer automation and CIM. The course will include computer-aided design (CAD), product data management (PDM), computer-aided engineering (CAE), and integrated manufacturing systems.
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objectives Upon completion of this course the student will be able to: Understand the basic functional units of integrated manufacturing systems and its importance to the manufacturing enterprise. Identify the different design elements and production engineering. Understand the enabling processes and systems for modern manufacturing. Know the different issues in integration of manufacturing systems.
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ref. books James A. Rehg and Henry W. Kraebber, ´┐ŻComputer Integrated Manufacturing´┐Ż, Prentice Hall.
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Course Content
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1 The Manufacturing Enterprise. Manufacturing Systems. Product Design and Production Engineering. Design Automation: CAD and PDM. Application of CAD to Manufacturing Systems. Selecting CAD Software for an Enterprise. Product Data Management. Design Automation: CAE. Design for Manufacturing and Assembly. CAE Analysis and Evaluation. Production Engineering Strategies. Design and Production Engineering Network. The Revolution in Manufacturing. Production Process Machines and Systems. Production Support Machines and Systems. Final Exam.
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