ME 565 Advanced Manufacturing Engineering

Simulation and analysis of assembly mates and mechanisms incorporating theoretical discussions for kinematic and dynamic analysis; Advanced Optimization and Meta Heuristics using MATLAB;  Advanced fabrication and assembly, lithography, self-assembly, and other processes; Use of CAM software for advanced milling and turning operations. Concepts, toolpaths and toolpath control in advanced CNC programming with 5-axis machines. Modern cutting tool materials and geometry for aerospace alloys. Hard turning, milling and high speed machining. Machining of composites, ceramics, and hybrid machining technologies.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

Acceptance in MS Mechanical Engineering Program or into Graduate Certificate in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering, or Permission of the Department Chair.

General Education

Offered

  • Fall and Spring