Mechanical Design I (CIW/VT/MIT/IP-M)

  • type: Vorlesung (V)
  • chair: Fakultät für Maschinenbau
  • semester: WS 15/16
  • time:

    2015-10-22
    08:00 - 09:30 (Einführungsveranstaltung)
    10.21 Daimler 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude


    2015-10-27
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude

    2015-11-03
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude

    2015-11-10
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude

    2015-11-17
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude

    2015-11-24
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude

    2015-12-01
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude

    2015-12-08
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude

    2015-12-15
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude

    2015-12-22
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude

    2016-01-12
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude

    2016-01-19
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude

    2016-01-26
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude

    2016-02-02
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude

    2016-02-09
    17:30 - 19:00 wöchentlich
    10.21 Benz 10.21 Hörsaalgebäude



  • lecturer: Prof.Dr.Ing. Sven Matthiesen
  • sws: 2
  • lv-no.: 2145179
Prerequisitesnone
DescriptionMedia:

Beamer

Visualizer

Mechanical components

BibliographyLecture notes:

The lecture notes can be downloaded via the eLearning platform Ilias.

Literature:

Konstruktionselemente des Maschinenbaus - 1 und 2
Grundlagen der Berechnung und Gestaltung von
Maschinenelementen;
Steinhilper, Sauer, Springer Verlag, ISBN 3-540-22033-X

or per full text access provided by university library

Grundlagen von Maschinenelementen für Antriebsaufgaben;
Steinhilper, Sauer, Springer Verlag, ISBN 3-540-29629-8

Content of teachingIntroduction in product engineering

Tools of visualization (technical drawing)

Product manufacturing as problem solving

Product manufacturing of technical systems:

  • system theory
  • element model C&C²-A

Basics of chosen design- and machining elements

  • springs
  • bearings
  • sealings

Concommitant to the lectures tutorials take place with the following contents:

Gear workshop

Tutorial "tools of visualization (technical drawing)"

Tutorial "technical systems product development, sytem theory, element model C&C²-A"

Tutorial "springs"

Tutorial "bearing and bearing arrangements"

AnnotationLecture notes:

The Productdevelopment knowledge base PKB will be provided in digital form for registered students. All lecture notes and additional slides will be provided in Ilias.

Workloadregular attendance: 42 h

self-study: 80 h

AimThe students are able to ...
  • describe complex systems using the system technique.
  • identify and formulate functional connections of a technical system.
  • use the contact and channel approach (C&C²-A).
  • chose a spring and to calculate it.
  • identify different bearings and bearing arrangements and to select a suitable one for the particular situation.
  • dimension bearing arrangements for different load cases.
  • use the basic rules and pincipales of visualization and to create a technical drawing.
  • describe the functional connections of a technical system using the C&C²-A approach and sytem theorie.

Furthermore the students can describe as a team technical solutions with a gear and draw chosen components in different technical expositions.

Exam descriptionConcomitant to the lecture a workshop with 3 workshop sessions take place over the semester. During the workshop the students were divided into groups and their mechanical design knowledge will be tested during a colloquium at the beginning of every single workshop session. The attendance is mandatory and will be controlled. The pass of the colloquia and the process of the workshop task are required for the successful participation.

Furthermore an online test is carried out.

Further information's will be announced at Ilias and at the beginning of the lecture mechanical design I.