MSE397H1: Materials Manufacturing and Design II

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 II 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.

Prerequisite
Exclusion
Total AUs
57.60