Course responsible:Odd Ivar Lekang
Campus / Online:Taught campus Ås
Course frequency:Every year in the juneblock.
Nominal workload:For a course of 5 credits, ca. 125 hours of work in total is normally to be expected.
Teaching and exam period:This course starts in juneblock. This course has teaching/evaluation in June block.
About this course
In the course TiN260: Digital Manufacturing and Design Technology "Applied Methods and Processes so students will be informed of the change taking place, worldwide, in terms of how products are designed and manufactured. This transformation takes place through digital production and design (DM & D) - a transition from paper-based processes to digital processes in industry. By the end of this course, you will understand what DMD is and how it affects careers, procedures and processes in companies both large and small. Students will be involved in creating a roadmap to achieve their own personal goals related to digital production and design, which will help them to see opportunities in the current labor market. In this course, students also students have the opportunity to use the knowledge acquired in previous subjects in the implementation of an assigned project. The implementation of the project provides a concrete contribution to the students' work experience and will demonstrate their knowledge of the industry 4. where students will have the opportunity to develop sustainable solutions used for solving the primary needs such as an water technology, intelligent transport systems (ITS), sustainable food and energy production.
The aim of this subject is simple documentation of development work done in the course in the form of a design report or a feasability study.
- Use of Digital production and design technology
- Advance use of the CAD tool ( "Autodesk Fusion 360")
- Applied use of such rapid prototyping, programming, IoT etc in projects
- practical cooperation
- Project completion
- Increased communication ability and documentation of projects.
- Preliminary development of a "Digital Twin" system
- Project work, supervised 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.
- Mandatory hand-in in addition to a oral exam.
- An external examiner is used for assessing the project assignments.
- Project hand in, a report which addresses the design idea and presented as a written project report. It will be mandatory meeting activities
- The subject is a topic that is suitable for students from 2nd to 5th studieår- Rated workload; 5 credits: Lectures with homework, ca. 40 hours. Exercises and project (in groups), ca. 110 hours.
- 15 hours of supervision.
- Passed / Not Passed
- Special requirements in Science