|Grade, Semester||Year 2 2nd semest [Department of Mechanical and Precision System, Faculty of Science and Engineering]|
|Category||Basic Major Subjects|
|Elective, Credits||Elective Requisites 2credit|
Main topics are as follows:
・Definition and significance of conventional machining processes.
・Classification of the conventional machining such as casting, forging, molding, cutting, abrasive process, energy beam process, etc.
・Principle of the conventional machining processes.
・Machine tools and their elements for conventional machining processes.
・Contemporary manufacturing systems and its environmental issues.
・Principle of the measurement systems for machining processes.
・Recent topics about machining processes.
*It is required that students have knowledge about typical material properties and fundamentals of the mechanics of materials, before lesson starts.
An introduction of the principle of the typical machining processes for mechanical products such as, casting, forging, molding, cutting, abrasive process, energy beam process, etc. Topics include machine tool, measurement systems, contemporary factories and their environmental issues and recent progresses of this field.
Final grade will be calculated according to following, presentation of the group discussion (50%) and final examination (50%). To pass, students must earn at least 60 points out of 100.
|Textbook||材料加工プロセス (Machining process in Japanese), First volume|
K. YAMAGUCHI, K. OKIMOTO ,
|References||Other references will be introduced in the class.|
English information will be announced on LMS (*internal use).
And the detail will be introduced in the class.
This course will be taught in Japanese.
|1||Classification of the conventional machining|
|2||Casting #1: its principle and characteristics|
|3||Casting #2: its structure and defects|
|4||Plastic working #1: its principle and classification|
|5||Plastic working #1: its practical applications, forging, bending, shearing and tube forming|
|6||Molding: its principle and newly applications|
|7||Cutting: its principle, machine tools, and newly applications|
|8||Abrasive process: grinding, polishing, and newly their applications|
|9||Energy beam processes: electro-discharging process, laser process, electron beam process, and ion beam processes include the Focused Ion Beam|
|10||Micro machining: its principle and problems include the lithography, epitaxy and plasma processes|
|11||Joining: Mechanical joints, adhesive glues|
|12||Welding: its principle and applications, include solid state welding (Ex. FSW) and soldering.|
|15||Summarize, Final test|