Introduction to Industry
TeachersEach Staff
Grade, SemesterYear 2 2nd semest [Licence Course]
CategorySpecial Subjects
Elective, CreditsElective 2credit
 Syllabus Number3I210

Course Description

Students will learn basic knowledge and technology such as machinery, electricity, chemistry, civil engineering, and construction to be able to respond to industrial technology. And they understand the characteristics of various industrial fields and acquire comprehensive ability to solve industrial technology problems.

Course Objectives

Students can gain a comprehensive understanding of engineering by studying machinery, electricity, chemistry, civil engineering, and architecture.
Students will be able to explain the necessary knowledge and skills as future engineers and technical teachers.
Students acquire the qualities of teachers who understand the significance of industry.

Grading Policy

Students will be evaluated at 60% regular report and 40% report only if all reports are submitted.
Feedback and added explanations about points to be corrected when returning the report.

Textbook and Reference

ReferencesHigh School Study Guideline Explanation Industry Edition (July 2018 )Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and TechnologyJikyo publication


Please print the High School Study Guidebook Explanation the Industrial Edition and read it carefully. (90 minutes each time)


Prepare a scientific calculator, because you may practice math problems.


1Guidance and the significance of introduction to Industry (by Y. Hasuda)
Commentary on the importance of modern manufacturing and problem solving skills.
Understanding the significance of collaborated industrial technology
2Electric and electronic engineering (1): Basic concepts of electric and electronic circuits. (Dr. Kobayashi at IEE)
You will understand basic electrical theories such as Ohm’s law and Kirchhoff’s law, alternating current theories, basic theories of semiconductor, and semiconductor devices such as transistors.
3Electric and electronic engineering (2): Present status of electric and electronic engineering. (Dr. Kobayashi at IEE)
You will understand the present status of electric machinery, control technology, advanced semiconductor devices, and electric power technology.
4Mechanical Engineering (1): Basics of Material Mechanics
Understand the basic matters of Material Mechanics required for mechanical design, focusing on load and deformation (Hooke's law), and bending and twisting of beams.
5Mechanical Engineering (2): Typical mechanical elements
Understand the mechanical properties such as strength and rigidity of screws and springs, which are typical mechanical elements, from the relationship with the 4th lecture.
6Applied Chemistry Engineering (1) :
Surface treatment in jet engines (Department of Aerospace Engineering Satoshi Yamada)
The techniques of aerospace surface treatment will be studied using photographs (of surface treatment processes, etc.) of actual jet engines with which aircraft such as the Boeing 747 (Jumbo Jet) are equipped.
7Applied Chemical Industry (2): New materials that have developed the industry.
The purpose of this lecture is to acquire the acknowledgment concerning the new materials such as plastics and composite materials (CM) that have developed the industry
8Civil and Environmental Engineering: Civil and Environmental Engineering that Supports the Foundation of Life (by M.Tateishi)
Surveying methods and civil engineering such as structural materials and disaster prevention systems.
9Engineering Materials : Categorizations and characterizations of engineering materials (Aerospace Hashimoto)
Fundamentals and applications of carbon steel, duralumin, titanium alloy and composite material will be discussed.
10Information Science: Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
CPU(Central Processing Unit) and ICT-based learning system.
11Architecture: Architectural Design and Safety (by M.Tateishi)
Students will be understand architectural design, earthquake resistance, livability and safety, the current state of barrier-free, and sick house measures.
12Fusion engineering (1)
Mechatronics technology. The robot supports reduction and aging of the present condition of an industrial robot, or a farm population as a fusion example of the advanced engineering case (Mechanical and Precision Systems: Hino)
Machine electron seen by mechatronics and the robot.
13Applied Engineering: Examples of state-of-the-art technology in medical-engineering collaboration (by M. Ogawa)
This class is about the medical-engineering collaboration field and state-of-the-art medical devices such as ECG, CT scanner, OCT and so on.
14Fusion Engineering(3)
Basics of Automotive Safety Design and Status of Latest Technology(MEC:Makita)
Understand how to reduce injuries to occupants and pedestrians with a car body and occupant protection devices (seat belts, airbags, etc.) in the event of a traffic accident.
15Tests and Summary