Mechanical Drawing & Machine-Shop Training II
- Surface characteristics and quality (roughness, criteria for quality, rules and symbols),
- Tolerancing (placing of symbols according to ISO, geometric tolerances),
- Drawing metal parts and assemblies (permanent joining, welding drawings, fasteners – dimensioning, rules and tools),
- Drawing anti-vibrating systems (helical springs, shock absorbers, torsion springs, anti-vibration sheets, rules and drawings, shock absorbers),
- Drawing mechanisms and machine elements (axles, bearings, pins, wedges, clutches, brakes, linkages, gears, belt and chain drives, pulleys, lifting mechanisms, wire ropes, winches),
- Drawing hydraulic systems (piping, pipe connection, flanges, valves, steam valves, pumps, propellers),
- Introduction to three-dimensional (3D) drawing and solid modeling,
- Machine shop training – gear milling, grinding, welding, assembly of mechanism, quality assurance and measurement.
The learning outcomes expected by the end of the course are:
- Knowledge: Students will acquire advanced knowledge about mechanical design. In addition they will familiarize themselves with the typical equipment and processes of a machine shop.
- Skills: Students will develop advanced skills in understanding handling typical machine tools through the construction of a simple gearbox mechanism.
- Abilities: Combination of the above knowledge and skills to enable students to complete the team project of constructing a simple gearbox mechanism and to prepare the necessary technical report.
- Lectures 0
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- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes