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Number of hours
Lectures : 6.0
Tutorials : 22.0
Laboratory works : 24.0
Projects : -
Internship : -
ECTS : 5.0
Officials :Jean-Claude LEON
Aim : Provide basic theoretical background as well as bases of the methodology applied in a mechanical design process. Theoretical aspects introduced in Mechanics and Materials and Processes lectures are put into practice during the lab work Products.
Content : Newtonian mechanics: Kinematics: velocity field of a rigid body, linkages – Kinetics: momentum, angular momentum, inertia tensor, kinetic energy – Dynamics: Newton laws of motion, potential energy, power – Analytical mechanics: principle of virtual power, Lagrange equations.
Product design: Functional analysis – Basics in CAD modeling – Kinematic sketches – Basics of standardized tolerancing.
Production Processes and materials: Families and classes of materials, Forming properties, In-use properties, Classes of production processes, Forming and assembly processes, Materials/processes compatibility.
Keywords: Newton laws of motion, Energy methods, Principle of virtual power, Lagrange equations. Functional Analysis, Sketching, modeling in Computer Aided Design. Families and classes of materials and production processes.
Newtonian mechanics and Processes and Materials: 3 hours examination Product design: continuous assessment during lab work