TIN100 Digital Manufacturing and Design Technology 1
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Course responsible: Odd Ivar Lekang
Teachers: Kristian Sørby Omberg
ECTS credits: 5
Faculty: Faculty of Science and Technology
Teaching language: NO
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts in januay block.
Course frequency: Yearly
First time: Study year 2020-2021
In TIN-160, students will get a practical insight into colloaboration in a project, an overview of modern prototype technique and introduction to subjets such as Internet of Things, Robotics, Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence in custom modules. These modules are the pathway which will form the basis for project work where students will have the opportunity to work on developing sustainable solutions related to primary needs eg. water safety, Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), sustainable food and energy production.
Students will learn about the process of developing an idea through a practical approach to a problem based in a need. This development will take place with an external partner.
Design Projects will be team based where the focus is on planning the implementation an assigned project, but also create a dynamic collaboration within the group. Digital tools such as the CAD (Computer Aided Design) program "Autodesk Fusion 360" will also be introduced at the start of the course. As a supplement will be an intensive course report writing to be used to document the group's process to develop their idea. The aim of this subject is documentation of work done in the course in the form of a design report or a feasability study.
- Introduction to modern CAD tool ( "Autodesk Fusion 360")
- Introduction to selected topics.
- Introduction to relevant digitale tools such as Autodesk Fusion 360.
- Practical teamwork Increased communication ability and documentation of projects.
- The goal of the project work is to provide the students with experience in solving real-life problems.
LecturesWorkshops related to the development of idea of ¿¿day and night (depends on the number registered) Exercises and "Tutorials" (Homework) to "Fusion 360"project, eg in a team or individuallysupervised self-study
The students get close personal supervision for the assignment. In addition, the students can use e-mail in order to ask the course responsible specific questions. Students receive personal guidance in connection with project work. In addition, students can freely use e-mail to ask questions of teachers. CAD exercises conducted in collaboration with the mentor and project followed up with individual supervision of the working groups, time and time agreed with the lecturer as needed. The course has its own Canvas Page for additional information.
Depending on the assignment.
Lectures will be uploaded to canvas.
The course end produkt is a mandatory designreport, with which addresses the design idea and presented as a written project report. There will also be a submission relating to "Fusion 360" at the start of the course.
Project.hand in. The grading is pass or fail on the Project thesis.
For a course of 5 credits, ca. 125 hours of work in total is normally to be expected.
Open course, but a background in science is recommended.
Type of course:
15 hours of supervision.
The course is an introductory course suitable for students from 1st to 5th year of study, and no assumed knowledge. Rated workload; 5 credits: Lectures with homework, ca. 40 hours. Exercises and project (in groups), ca. 110 hours.
An external examiner is used for assessing the project assignments.
Examination details: Assignment: Passed / Not Passed