Appendix 8: Curricula Vitae for Part-Time Faculty Appendix 1




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IET 101 Manufacturing Materials and Processes with Lab

Standard Course Outline (Updated: Fall 2004)
Part drawing with standard three orthorgraphic views, complete dimensions, and a Section View

  • Part drawing with complete dimensions and a Broken View

  • Part drawing with complete dimensions and a Primary Auxiliary View

  • Part drawing with complete dimensions and a Secondary Auxiliary View

  • Part drawing with complete dimensions and removed Detail View(s)

  • Detail drawing with correct limit tolerances on features which are critical for fit and function

  • Assembly file with separate sub-assemblies

  • Assembly Drawing (with part identification balloons and a bill-of-material) which uses Sectional Views to expose fine internal detail and part interrelationships

  • Assembly Drawing (with part identification balloons and a bill-of-material) which is based upon an Exploded View

  • Assembly Drawing of a tooling fixture (with part identification balloons and a bill-of-material) which shows the subject workpiece tranparently with phantom lines.

  • Configured part file with tabulated drawing

  • Welding of an assembly using advanced software capabilities and production of a welding drawing with correct symbols

  • Production of an injection mold cavity from the subject part file

  • Exploration of the functionality of sheet metal modules

  • Applications of Top Down Design and Layout Sketches

  • Application of motion-simulating modules and functionality

  • Computer Use:

    Intensive use of 3D parametric solid modeling software is integral to this course.

    Required Equipment:

    To conduct this course the following minimum hardware and software is recommended:

    • One computer, capable of handling the advanced CAD software well, per student

    • 3D parametric solid modeling software, such as Pro/ENGINEER® or SolidWorks®

    Course Grading:

    Course grading policies are left to the discretion of the individual instructor. A heavy emphasis of 70-80% on laboratory assignments, as compared to timed examinations, is recommened.

    Course Assessment

    The following may be useful methods for assessing the success of this course in achieving the intended outcomes listed above:

    • Traditional in-course assessment instruments, e.g., graded drawing submissions and proficiency examinations on software skills, can be used to demonstrate student achievement of many outcomes.

    • A course outcome survey at course completion is recommended.

    • Outcomes which are related to this course can be included within Senior Exit, Alumni, Employer, Faculty, and Industrial Advisory Committee surveys.

    Course Coordinator:

    Donald E. Coho, York, dec147@psu.edu

    Catalog Description:

    IET 101: Manufacturing Materials and Processes with Lab

    (3 credits). Mechanical properties of engineering materials; primary processing methods

    used in manufacturing; ferrous and non-ferrous metals; non-metallic engineering materials;

    dimensional verification and measurements; statistical process control; mechanical

    properties evaluation; and laboratory methods.

    Course prerequisites: none

    Goals of the Course:

    Manufacturing Materials and Processes with Lab

    To introduce the student, in both a lecture and laboratory setting, to engineering materials; properties of materials; testing techniques to obtain material properties; manufacturing processes and systems; dimensional measurement tools, equipment, and techniques; and statistical process control.

    Relationship to MET Program Outcomes:

    IET101 contributes to the following MET program outcomes:

    • Students shall be able to solve technical problems through experimentation and analysis.

    Course Outcomes:

    The specific course outcomes supporting the program outcomes are:

    Students shall be able to solve technical problems through

    experimentation and analysis:

    • Students will successfully describe and recommend proper destructive and non-destructive material tests to achieve the desired material properties of engineering materials.

    • Students will successfully describe and recommend proper heat treating and alloying methods to alter a material’s atomic structure in order to achieve the desired material properties of engineering materials.

    • Students will successfully describe the proper basic manufacturing processes for part creation and/or part feature creation.

    • Students will successfully employ proper measurement tools and techniques to achieve the desired sizes of parts and/or part features.

    • Students will successfully solve empirical problems associated with Statistical Process Control.

    Suggested Texts:

    The following are suitable texts and/or references for this course:

    • Manufacturing Materials and Processes, latest ed

    Kosher, DeGarmo and Black

    Wiley

    • Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing, Materials, Processes and Systems, latest ed

    Groover

    Prentice Hall

    Prerequisites by Topic:

    Students are expected to have the following topical knowledge upon entering this course:

    • No prerequisites are required as this is a first course

    Course Topics:

    Topics include both core topics (required) and additional relevant topics (based on regional industry needs and campus resources). Topics designated with an “*” are core topics.

    • * General characteristics of Engineering Materials such as: ferrous metals, non-ferrous metals, polymers, ceramics, elastomers, and composites

    • * Mechanical Properties of Engineering Materials including Stress/Strain

    • * Physical Properties of Engineering Materials

    • * Heat Treating

    • * Alloying of Metals

    • * Manufacturing Systems

    • * Fundamentals of Basic Manufacturing Processes

    • * Measurements and Inspection

    • * Statistical Process Control (SPC)

    • Material Selection Techniques

    • Fundamentals of Advanced Manufacturing Processes

    • Metal Casting Processes

    • Glassworking

    • Shaping Processes for Plastics

    • Rubber Processing Technology

    • Shaping Processes for Polymer Matrix Composites

    • Dimensions, Tolerances, and Surfaces

    • Quality Control

    • Powder Metallurgy

    Computer Use:

    The students shall use a PC with word processing software and/or spreadsheet software to prepare lab reports and/or presentations.

    Laboratory Exercises:

    Laboratory exercises include both core topics (required) and additional relevant topics (based on regional industry needs and campus resources). Laboratory exercises designated with an “*” are core topics.

    • * Brinell Hardness Test

    • * Rockwell Hardness Test

    • * Tensile Test

    • * Measurements and Inspection

    • * Heat Treatment

    • * Impact Test

    • * Non-destructive Testing

    • * Manufacturing Systems

    • * Fundamentals of Basic Manufacturing Processes

    • * Tours of Manufacturing Facilities (can be actual, virtual, and video)

    • * Statistical process control

    • Jominy End Quench Hardenability Test

    • Advanced Manufacturing Processes

    • Metal Casting Processes

    • Glassworking

    • Shaping Processes for Plastics

    • Rubber Processing Technology

    • Shaping Processes for Polymer Matrix Composites

    • Dimensions, Tolerances, and Surfaces

    • Quality Control

    • Powder Metallurgy

    Note: All of the above required laboratory exercises do not require the actual testing machines. A presentation (actual, virtual, or video) of the machine is acceptable coupled with an appropriate laboratory exercise to emphasize the test and the test results.

    Suggested Equipment:

    The following is the suggested equipment required to conduct this course:

    • Brinell Hardness Tester

    • Rockwell Hardness Tester

    • Universal Tensile Tester

    • Strain indicator and strain gages w/ strain gage bonding kit

    • Jominy End Quench Apparatus

    • Furnace for Heat Treating

    • Magnetic Particle Testing

    • Dye Penetrant Testing

    • Ultrasonic Tester

    • Basic Manufacturing Machine Tools

    • Measurements and Inspection Tools

    Course Grading:

    Course grading policies are left to the discretion of the individual instructor.

    Course Assessment

    The following may be useful methods for assessing the success of this course in achieving the intended outcomes listed above:

    • Local developed assignments, quizzes, and/or exams.

    • Performance appraisal: oral presentation(s) and/or written report(s).

    Course Coordinator:

    Fred Nitterright, Lecturer in Engineering, Penn State Erie – The Behrend College, fxn101@psu.edu
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