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Tecnologie e Sistemi di Lavorazione
Manufacturing technology and systems
Mohamad El Mehtedi

Seat Ingegneria
A.A. 2016/2017
Credits 9
Hours 72
Period I
Language ENG

Fundamentals of the basic tools of the scientific method.

Learning outcomes
The course enables students to acquire advanced knowledge on the manufacturing industry manufacturing processes as well as the design mode and production management systems. This knowledge, by integrating the knowledge gained in the teachings of metallurgical technologies, materials technology and design, will form the insights that will enrich knowledge and operational capabilities in the area of manufacturing technologies, so that the student acquires a clear awareness of the wider multidisciplinary engineering framework.
In order to address advanced project issues, even of considerable complexity, and treat the innovation and development of new products and new technological processes through the application of knowledge, the student will be able to define manufacturing and machining cycles suitable to realize manufactured products. Such ability is expressed through a number of vocational skills, such as the ability to appropriately choose the process capable of realize the product with the desired design specifications and the capability to assess the effect of the process parameters on the economy of the processing and on the properties of the product made, using a systemic approach.
The resolution of individual and group exercises in classroom will help to improve both the learning skills autonomously and the degree of independent judgment, both the communication skills that also stems from teamwork.

The transformation of raw materials into products. Description of simple process plans . Metal casting. Fundamentals of casting. Casting processes: sand casting and mold making, other mold casting processes, permanent mold casting processes. Metal forming. Fundamentals of metal forming and plasticity. Bulk deformation processes in metal working, forging and other related processes. Sheet metal forming processes. Dies and presses for bulk and sheet metal forming. Material removal processes.Theory of metal cutting. Machining operations: turning, drilling, reaming, milling, slotting, broaching and grinding. Grinding and finish operations. Welding mentions. General purpose machines and components.

Development of the examination
The exam consists in a written test composed of questions and exercices. Once obtained a sufficient score it is possible to integrate the written test with an oral one consisting in oral questions. It is expected to make in itinere tests to be performed individually or group tests. The Dublin descriptors will be taken into account.

In the written test the student should demonstrate to have completely, correctly and clearly understood the arguments and the methodologies and to be able to solve simple exercices in a complete, correct and clear way. The oral exams have the end to allow an improvement in the score obtained in the written test. The student will be able to know the arguments and the methodologies and to solve simple individual or group tests evaluated taking into account the Dublin descriptors.

The score is in thirtieths.

The final score in thirtieths is obtained by the sum of the scores obtained in each question and excercise. The score is considered sufficient when it is equal to eighteen and maximum when it is equal to thirthy. While in the first case a general knowledge is required, in the second case the student should be able to achieve the objectives defined though the Dublin descriptors. In the case of group tests it will be necessary to extrapolate the contribution of the individual student.

Recommended reading
slide of the course and text books.

  • Ingegneria Gestionale (Corso di Laurea Triennale Fuori Sede (DM 270/04))

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