Manufacturing Processes and Materials
Course Code: ETI1420
Credit Hours: 3
Effective beginning: Fall 2020
Course Description:This course provides the foundation for electronic circuits and measurements. Students will study principles of electricity, magnetism, and basic laws of electronics. Course topics will include fundamentals of DC circuits, AC circuits, semiconductors, and digital circuits. The course will integrate the conceptual measurements with the various electronic measuring instruments and their use in weekly laboratory exercises. This course is one of four courses that comprise the Pneumatics, Hydraulics and Motors for Industry college credit certificate.
Required textbooks/ course materials:
Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing: Materials, Processes, and Systems by Mikell P. Groover, 5th edition. ISBN: 9781118544167
Amatrol eBook , 5085-1C Advanced Manufacturing Program Summary, Volume 1, Copyright 2013 Amatrol, Inc.
See your Instructor First Day Handout for individual instructor assignment schedule.
Discipline-level learning outcomes:
This course examines the major engineering materials used in industry, metallic and non-metallic, in terms of their properties, forming processes used, and their engineering applications.
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Understand the various functions of manufacturing and their complex interrelationships
Participate in the production process
Read and interpret manufacturing instruments
Demonstrate knowledge of the criteria for tool design, maintenance, procurement, and handling
Understand how raw materials are moved, handled, and used in a manufacturing environment
Demonstrate an understanding of the importance and impact of routine maintenance of machines and equipment on operations
Participate in the supply chain process
Recognize and work with most materials utilized in manufacturing
Exhibit an overall knowledge of the production process
Demonstrate an understanding
of industrial processes and material properties
Demonstrate ability to generate and interpret computer-aided drawings (CAD)
Demonstrate a fundamental understanding of electronics and electricity
Demonstrate an understanding of industrial safety, health, and environmental requirements
Demonstrate proficiency in the use of quality assurance methods and quality control concepts
Demonstrate proficiency in using tools, instruments, and testing devices
Demonstrate math skills appropriate for employees in an engineering work environment
Demonstrate basic troubleshooting skills appropriate for employees in an engineering work environment
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Assignments will consist of homework problems and reading from the textbook, eLearning materials from Amatrol, hands-on labs performed in class, lab reports, and other assignments at the instructor’s discretion.
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