This course complements the course on Manufacturing Processes of Mechanical Parts by presenting recent developments in the fields of production and simulation.
This course covers 3 main research topics which are developed in the G-SCOP laboratory :
• The use of additive manufacturing technologies and especialy design for additive manufacturing • Modelling dynamic phenomena caused by a manufacturing process • Evaluating the environmental impact of manufacturing processes
At the end of this course, students are able to:
• Predict the vibrational behaviour of a machining system • Select and set up an additive manufacturing technology and design the parts according to the constraints of this technology • Evaluate the environmental impact of manufacturing processes
Lectures (34 x 1.5 hours):
• Dynamic of machining system • Additive Manufacturing Techniques • Design for Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Practical work (12 hours):
• Manufacturing using Additive Technology • Measureing vibration machining
General Mechanics, knowledge of basic production technologies (moulding, injection moulding, forging, turning, milling).
1 piece of presentation 1 piece of project
N1 = Final mark of the 1st exam period
The course exists in the following branches:
Curriculum - M2 GI Product Development - Semester 9