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Mechanical Design (2)

  • Course Code :
    MAN 441
  • Level :
    Undergraduate
  • Course Hours :
    3.00 Hours
  • Department :
    Department of Mechanical Engineering

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Area of Study :

• Know and understand the design concepts • Know and understand the constructional details as affected by manufacturing, assembly, and strength considerations • Know and understand the design for steady and cyclic loading, and for rigidity and stability • Design of Bolts, Rivets and Welds • Design of shafts, springs and couplings • Use of interactive computer programs for problem solving is illustrated and encouraged The student shall attain the above mentioned objectives efficiently under controlled guidance and supervision while gaining the experience through application and analysis of realistic system data.

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Mechanical Design (2)

Introduction to design concepts, Constructional details as affected by manufacturing, assembly, and strength considerations, Engineering materials, Design for steady and cyclic loading, and for rigidity and stability, Rigid and elastic connections, Bolts, rivets and welds, Design of shafts, springs and couplings, Use of interactive computer programs for problem solving is illustrated and encouraged, Design projects.

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Mechanical Design (2)

Course outcomes:

a. Knowledge and Understanding:

1- Identify basic applied and engineering science.
2- Develop conceptual and detailed design of construction projects and fluid power systems.
3- Identify principles in the of design of mechanical components, different materials, and manufacturing technologies in the field of mechanical power engineering and some other engineering disciplines.
4- Identify principles in the field of design of fluid flow, thermodynamics, gas dynamics, turbo- machinery, heat transfer engineering and fundamentals of thermal and fluid processes

b. Intellectual Skills:

1- Define the mechanical power engineering problems and evaluate designs, processes, and performance and propose improvements.
2- Creative thinking.
3- Derive different solution alternatives for the engineering problems, analyze, interpret data and design experiments to obtain new data, and evaluate the power losses in the fluid transmission lines and networks
4- Analyze the performance of the basic types of internal combustion engines, hydraulic machines, fluid power systems, subsystems and various control valves and actuators. Analyze the solution alternatives and choose the optimum one.

c. Professional and Practical Skills:

1- Prepare engineering drawings, computer graphics, and write specialized technical reports.
2- Use laboratory, workshop e4quipment and field devices competently and safely.
3- Analyze the record data in the laboratory.
4- Write computer programs pertaining to mechanical power and energy engineering to describe the basic thermal and fluid processes mathematically, and use the computer software for their simulation and analysis.

d. General and Transferable Skills:

1- Collaborate effectively within multidisciplinary team.
2- Share ideas, communicate effectively and work in stressful environment and within constraints.
3- Lead and motivate individuals and work with others according to the rules of the professional Ethics.
4- Use digital libraries and/or Learning systems and demonstrate efficient IT capabilities.

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Mechanical Design (2)

Course topics and contents:

Topic No. of hours Lecture Tutorial/Practical
Introduction to design concepts 5 2 3
Constructional details as affected by manufacturing, assembly, and strength considerations 10 4 6
Engineering materials, 10 4 6
Design for steady and cyclic loading, and for rigidity and stability 10 4 6
Rigid and elastic connections, Bolts, Rivets and Welds 15 6 9
Design of shafts, springs and couplings 15 6 9
Use of interactive computer programs for problem solving is illustrated and encouraged 10 4 6

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Mechanical Design (2)

Teaching And Learning Methodologies:

Teaching and learning methods
Lectures
Tutorials
Presentation & Discussion
Brain storming
Lab activities (In the laboratory collective subject)

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Mechanical Design (2)

Course Assessment :

Methods of assessment Relative weight % Week No. Assess What

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Mechanical Design (2)

Books:

Book Author Publisher
Shigley's Mechanical Engineering Design Richard G.Budynas McGraw Hill

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