Course - Machine Design - MASA2062
MASA2062 - Machine Design
Topics: Design and dimensioning of machine parts. Linear analysis. Use of standards and engineering methods. Use of 3D data tools for modelling, 2D drawings and printing of small scale parts. Documentation/report writing. Excursion/contact with local companies.
Knowledge: The candidate has basic knowledge of how to dimension parts in a gear box. Knowledge of time saving digital tools
Skills: Use of engineering methods for mechanical construction to present complete machine drawings for a complex system. Be able to work independently with problems including planning, developing and performing mechanical projects. Use of 3D CAD tools and small scale printing of parts. Practical and theoretical understanding of mechanical design problems. Can justify decisions. Use of 3D printing for quality assurance.
General skills: The candidate can search for relevant standards and use these for dimensioning of parts. Be able to document progress of the work by making progress reports and final technical report. Be able to communicate theories and solutions of different problems and exchange point of views and experiences within the fields.
Learning methods and activities
Lectures in class room. Use of internet search. Exercises with assistance. Company visit.
Further on evaluation
Weekly progress reports for the project work. Final technical report. Grades A - F. Not passed means new report to be delivered in March.
Admission to a programme of study is required:
Mechanical Engineering (BIMASKIN)
Recommended previous knowledge
Mechanics, statics and dynamics
Extract from "Maskinhåndboka"
Other onformation given
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Intermediate course, level II
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: AUTUMN 2022
Language of instruction: Norwegian
Department with academic responsibility
Department of Ocean Operations and Civil Engineering
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