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Course Objectives
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Project
  This capstone project course brings together material and topics from previous courses to solve mechanical design projects.  Students work in teams to generate and evaluate concepts, develop designs, and produce engineering drawings, reports and presentations.
Technical Communications II
  Technical Communications II works with and supports Mech 240 Project course.  Student design teams apply research techniques, develop collaborative writing and project management skills, and prepare oral presentations that reflect industrial situations.
Operations Management
  Operations Management is concerned with the design of systems to produce goods and services, and the operation of those systems. It covers the relationship within the company’s environment, particularly marketing, product and process design, Lean systems, MRP and scheduling.
Applied Thermo and HVAC
  Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) involves the study of human comfort, psychrometry, industrial ventilation, commercial HVAC equipment and processes, air system design, load analysis, controls, and cooling of machinery.
Computer Applications II
  CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Design / Computer Aided Manufacturing) software is studied using the latest version of MasterCAM to create part geometry and toolpaths for CNC (Computer Numeric Control) machine programming.  Students are introduced to the programming and operation of CNC lathes and CNC milling machines.
Robotics and CIM
  Robotics and CIM (Computer Integrated Manufacturing) is introduced in this course.  Students program both the simulation of robot work cells and real robots, for applications in material handling, machine loading, processing, and assembly operations.
Electronic Technology II
  This course follows ElEn 236, covering topics in semiconductor and relay logic, programmable logic controllers, open loop and closed loop systems, input and output devices, optical devices, AC and DC motors, and motor control.
     
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Fall Semester 2017
  • Classes start Wed Sept 6 and end Tues Dec 5, 2017
  • Final exam period is Thurs Dec 7 to Mon Dec 18, 2017

1st Year Students

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