ME477: Manufacturing Processes

Fall 05

 

Description: Fundamentals of manufacturing processes including casting, powder processing, forming, machining, joining, surface processing and electronics manufacturing.

 

Prerequisites: ME221 and MSM250

 

Instructor: Dr. Patrick Kwon

Department: Mechanical Engineering

e-mail: pkwon@egr.msu.edu

Office: A106 Engineering Research Complex

Telephone: 355-0173

Office Hour: Monday: 2:30AM-4:00PM in 2518EB

Wednesday: 10:00AM-11:30PM in 2518EB or by appointment

 

Class Room: 2243 Engineering Building 

 

Grader: Tengfei Luo

e-mail: loutengf@msu.edu

 

Textbook: Groover, M., Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing: Materials, Processes and Systems, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall, 2001.

 

 

Other Books: Kalpakjian, S. and Schmid, S.R., Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materials, 4th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2001.

Schey, J. A., Introduction to Manufacturing Processes, 2nd Edition, McGraw-Hill, 1987.

DeGarmo, E. P., Black, J. T. and Kohser, R. A., Materials and Processes in Manufacturing, 8th Edition, Prentice Hall, 1997.

Schrader, G. F. and Elshennawy, A. K., Manufacturing Processes and Materials, 4th Edition, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, 2000.

Tlusty, G., Manufacturing Processes and Equipment, Prentice Hall, 2001.

Adv. Books: Flemings, M. C., Solidification Processing, McGraw-Hill, 1974.

Metals Handbook, V. 15, Casting, American Society for Metals, Metals Park, Ohio, 1988.

Childs, T., Maekawa, K., Obikawa, T., Yamane, Y., Metal Machining Theory and Applications, Arnold, 2000.

Shaw, M. C., Metal Cutting Principles, Oxford University Press, 1984.

Hosford, W. F. and Caddell, R. M., Metal Forming, Mechanics and Metallurgy, Prentice Hall, 1983.

Mielnik, E. M., Metalworking Science and Engineering, McGraw Hill, 1991.

Kobayashi, S., Oh, S.-I., Altan, T., Metal Forming and the Finite Element Method, Oxford University Press, 1989.

 

Grading: 5 Quizzes: 10% each

Final Exam: 30%

Project on a product: 10%

Homework: 10%

 

Tentative Schedule:

 

Lecture #

Date

Topics Covered

Chapters

Homework

1

8/29/05

Introduction

Chap. 1

 

2

8/31

Materials (by Dr. H. Rhee)

Chap. 2

 

 

9/5

Labor Day

3

9/7

Mech. & Physical Properties

Chap. 3-4

 

4

9/12

Dimension and Heat Treatment

Chap. 5, 27

 

5

9/14

Metals

Chap. 6

HW #1 Due

6

9/19

Quiz #1; Casting

Chap. 10-11

 

7

9/21

Polymer, Plastics, Rubber

Chap. 8, 13-14

 

8

9/26

Glass, Ceramics

Chap. 7, 12

Project Proposal Due

9

9/28

Powder

Chap. 16-17

 

10

10/3

Composites

Chap. 9, 15

HW #2 Due

11

10/5

No Class

 

 

12

10/10

Forming

Chap. 18

 

13

10/12

Quiz #2; Bulk Forming

Chap. 19

 

14

10/17

Bulk Forming

Chap. 19

 

15

10/19

Sheet Metalworking

Chap. 21

 

16

10/24

Machining

Chap. 21

 

17

10/26

Operations

Chap. 22

HW #3 Due

18

10/31

Cutting Tools

Chap. 23

 

19

11/2

Quiz #3; Econ. of Machining

Chap. 24

Mid-Project Review

20

11/7

Grinding

Chap. 25

 

21

11/9

Nontraditional

Chap. 26

HW #4 Due

22

11/14

Quiz #4, Surface Processing

Chap. 28-29

 

23

11/16

Welding & Brazing

Chap. 30-32

 

24

11/21

Assembly, Prototyping

Chap. 33-34

 

25

11/23

Electronic Mfg

Chap. 35-37

 

26

11/28

Final review

 

HW #5 Due

27

11/30

Quiz #5; Final Review

 

Project Due

29

12/5

Presentation

 

 

30

12/7

Presentation

 

 

Final Examination: Tuesday, December 13 5:45-7:45 p.m.