CME391 Syllabus - Design For Manufacturing - 2021 Regulation Anna University

CME391 Syllabus - Design For Manufacturing - 2021 Regulation Anna University

CME391

DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING

 L T P C

3003

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1 To introduce economic process selection principles and general design principles for manufacturability in the development and design of products for various engineering applications. Also, apply design consideration principles of casting in the design of cast products.
2 To learn design consideration principles of forming in the design of extruded, stamped, and forged products.
3 To learn design consideration principles of machining in the design of turned, drilled, milled, planed, shaped, slotted, and ground products.
4 To learn design consideration principles of welding in the design of welded products.
5 To learn design consideration principles of assembly in the design of assembled products.

UNIT I

INTRODUCTION AND CASTING

9

Introduction - Economics of process selection - General design principles for manufacturability; Design considerations for: Sand cast – Die cast – Permanent mold cast parts.

UNIT II

FORMING

9

Design considerations for: Metal extruded parts – Impact/Cold extruded parts – Stamped parts –Forged parts.


UNIT III

MACHINING

9

Design considerations for: Turned parts – Drilled parts – Milled, planed, shaped and slotted parts– Ground parts.

UNIT IV

WELDING

9

Arc welding – Design considerations for: Cost reduction – Minimizing distortion – Weld strength – Weldment & heat treatment. Resistance welding – Design considerations for: Spot – Seam – Projection – Flash & Upset weldment.

UNIT V

ASSEMBLY

9

Design for assembly – General assembly recommendations – Minimizing the no. of parts – Design considerations for: Rivets – Screw fasteners – Gasket & Seals – Press fits – Snap fits – Automatic assembly.

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

OUTCOMES: At the end of the course the students would be able to
1. Discuss the economic process selection principles and general design principles for manufacturability in the development and design of products for various engineering applications. Also, apply design consideration principles of casting in the design of cast products.
2. Explain design consideration principles of forming in the design of extruded, stamped, and forged products.
3. Explain design consideration principles of machining in the design of turned, drilled, milled, planed, shaped, slotted, and ground products.
4. Explain design consideration principles of welding in the design of welded products.
5. Explain design consideration principles of assembly in the design of assembled products.

TEXT BOOKS:
1. James G. Bralla, “Handbook of Product Design for Manufacture”, McGraw Hill, 1986.
2. Molloy, E.A. Warman, S. Tilley, Design for Manufacturing and Assembly: Concepts, Architectures and Implementation, Springer, 1998.

REFERENCES:
1. CorradoPoli, Design for Manufacturing: A Structured Approach, Elsevier, 2001.
2. David M. Anderson, Design for Manufacturability & Concurrent Engineering: How to Design for Low Cost, Design in High Quality, Design for Lean Manufacture, and Design Quickly for Fast Production, CIM Press, 2004.
3. Erik Tempelman, Hugh Shercliff, Bruno Ninaber van Eyben, Manufacturing and Design: Understanding the Principles of How Things Are Made, Elsevier, 2014.
4. Henry Peck, “Designing for Manufacture”, Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons Ltd., 1973.
5. Matousek, “Engineering Design”, Blackie & Sons, 1956.

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