MSE396H1: Materials Manufacturing and Design I

Fixed Credit Value
0.50
Hours
38.4L/25.6T/12.8P
Description

Bringing together concepts from across our entire curriculum, including Mechanical Behaviour of Materials, Phase Transformations, Heat and Mass Transport, and Thermodynamics, this course explains the processing-microstructure-properties-performance paradigm underlying several manufacturing techniques. This part I of two courses connecting materials selection, CAD drawing (and simulation) and the basics of manufacturing methods for component and product design. The course culminates in a project in which students complete the design, prototyping, simulation, cost modelling and validation for product design of their own choosing.

Exclusion
Total AUs
57.60