TMP301 Machinery and Product Development
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Course responsible: Geir Taxth Terjesen
Teachers: Tore Ensby, Egil Stemsrud
ECTS credits: 15
Faculty: Department of Mathematical Sciences and Technology
Teaching language: NO
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This course starts in August block. This course has teaching/evaluation in August block, Autumn parallel, .
Course frequency: Annually
First time: 2006H
Master's degree students in Technology: Machinery-, Process- and Product Development (M-MP), Industrial Economics with graduate course in Machine and product development (M-IØ).
The course has three phases: Part 1. Basic design (August): Central topics are stress analysis and strain gages, elastic theory, composite beams and pressure/shrink connections. Part 2. Advanced design 1: Central topics are plasticity theory, standards, safety calculation and testing methods for complex constructions and assemblies, fatigue and lifetime calculations, fracture mechanics and stability calculations. Part 3: Advanced design 2 and project work: Dynamic loading, energy absorption and design variables, rotating machinery and project work. This part also includes more advanced training in Ansys WB. The project is a limited design and product development project with the submission of the report with descriptions, calculations, visualizations, and complete construction drawings. The project assignment is given by the lecturer.
Students are to gain competence in project planning and, design of complex machinery- and process-technical constructions, and in the use of computer based design and production technologies. The students are to practice development, use relevant standards and important elements of small-scale industrial production of new products. After having completed the course, the student shall have aquired knowledge on methods for calculating the properties of materials, strength and lifetime of various types of constructions and evaluate results from complex calculations and analysis tools. They shall be able to make choices concerning design and materials from considerations of strength, economy and environment, and give advice on the technical aspects of production.
The course is based on a combination of lectures, exercises and demonstrations, and a independent project where the students will apply their skills in construction-technology and engineering design.
In addition to the course responsible professor, a senior engineer and a lab. engineer participates regularly in the conduction of the course. Especially the projects need close individual attention and access to teaching assistance when it comes to calculations and analysis. We place great emphasis on being available to the students during office hours.
Terjesen, Geir. 2014: Dimensjoneringsteknikk, Compendium for the course TMP301, N-1432 Aas, 185 pages(compendium under preparation). Technical, standards, articles, papers and handouts. Complete reading list is handed out when lectures begin.
Students must have gained the necessary knowledge in materals technology and engineering, calculation and sizing of machinery parts, technical design and FEM-analysis, either by the relevant TMP/TBM200-courses, or by similar education and/or experience.
TMP160, TMP220, TBM200, TBM250, or equivalent from another institution. Students who have completed the course TIP200 and acquired necessary knowledge in materials and structural engineering may also take the course.
In addition to the funal three-hour written exam, the course consists of 10 compulsory course assignments and a project task that count 25% in the final course mark. The first 3 mandatory submissions included in the August block shall be submitted and approved during week 35 The next four compulsory assignments must be submitted and approved during week 41. The last four compulsory assignments must be submitted and approved during week 49. The project report shall be submitted in week 46. Approvals only apply for one calendar year at a time.
Three hour written exam counts 75% og final mark.Project work counts 25%. Compulsory assignments must be approved before the student can enter the exam. The exam is a test of the students skills with regard to calculation and engineering design tasks.
Lectures with exercises and homework etc.: ca. 350 hours. Project paper: ca. 100 hours.
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August block: Lectures: 18 hours, 3+3 hours per week in 3 weeks, Exercises: 12 hours, calculation exercises (guided) 4 hours per week in 3 weeks. Autumn parallel: Lectures: 72 hours. Week 36-42: 3+3 hours per week. Week 43-46: 3 hours per week.Week 47-49 3+3 hours week. Exercises 2 hours per week (plus homework), with academic supervision. Project paper: 30 hours (With tuition).
TMP301 is compulsory for anyone with the subject profile Machinery-, Process and Product Development (M-MP). It can be combined with 300-courses in production, process technology, product realization, aquaculture technology or in economics etc., and as part of the Master"s programme in Industrial Economics (M-IØ).
The external examiner provides input on both content and student performance in connection with the review of examination papers, project and course plans. The course content, exercises, project and exam questions will be discussed as part of the course preparation and quality assurance program. Exam answers and project are evaluated in accordance with prescribed professional criteria with Scoring. A separate form that describes the procedures for grading the assessment included grading work.
Allowed examination aids: Calculator handed out, other aids as specified
Examination details: Continuous exam: A - E / Ikke bestått