Manufacture and Assembly

Manufacture and Assembly

Industry relevance

This module is designed to help designers to gain sensitivity towards those aspects of manufacture that are critical to the success of a design. A detailed chapter is devoted for GD and T to help candidates develop drawing reading (or fully appreciate model based definition) skills which indeed gives a detailed idea about component architecture, functionality and assembly. Emphasis is given to the effect of manufacturing process on the component strength. Certain aspects of quality control such as process capability are also given a brief discussion.
A brief discussion is also given to heat treatment and process engineering

Learning outcomes
  •  Appreciation for component detailing (dimensional and geometric tolerancing)
  •  Appreciation for metal joining process
  •  Heat treatment
  •  Selection of manufacturing process
  •  Conventional manufacture vs Additive manufacture.

Course Content

Introduction to manufacture and assembly from designer's perspective

  • Introduction to manufacture and assembly from designer’s perspective

Effect of process on component integrity

  • Effect of process on component integrity

Element of additive manufacture

  • Element of additive manufacture

Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing

  • Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing

Elementary understanding of tolerance-stackup

  • Elementary understanding of tolerance-stackup

Designer's facts about welding and casting

  • Designer’s facts about welding and casting

Significance of Microstructure

  • Significance of Microstructure

Process capability Quality control

  • Process capability Quality control

Course Features
Lectures : Pre-recorded webinars on all modules
Quizzes : Quizzes after each sub module.
Language : English
Assessments : A comprehensive assement
Certificate of Completion : yes
Reference : A handout on the critical information.
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