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Academic Year 2012/13
02OAKMN, 02OAKJM
Fundamentals of machine construction and drawing
1st degree and Bachelor-level of the Bologna process in Mechanical Engineering - Torino
Teacher Status SSD Les Ex Lab Tut Years teaching
Berruti Teresa Maria ORARIO RICEVIMENTO AC ING-IND/14 71 27 21 0 8
Brusa Eugenio ORARIO RICEVIMENTO PO ING-IND/14 71 27 21 0 8
SSD CFU Activities Area context
ING-IND/14
ING-IND/15
8
4
B - Caratterizzanti
B - Caratterizzanti
Ingegneria meccanica
Ingegneria meccanica
Subject fundamentals
The aim of the course is to provide the skills and knowledge necessary for the design and verification of mechanical elements, using both traditional and numerical methods and to produce 2D and 3D CAD models and drawings of components and mechanical systems with particular reference to the problems of dimensional and geometric tolerances.
The topics covered are:
- Integration of structural mechanics (residual stress, variable amplitude fatigue and basic multi-axial fatigue;
- principles and procedures for design and verification of some of the major elements of machines and joints (axes and shafts, axial symmetric solids, hub-shaft connections, bearings, springs, threaded fasteners and bolts, welded joints).;
- principles and rules of dimensional and geometric tolerancing, criteria for their control and methods for stack-up analysis;
- methods for functional representation and simulation of industrial projects
- matrix structural analysis (linear elastic static problems)
- basics of finite element method, with particular reference to the obtained approximations.
Expected learning outcomes
The aim of the course is to provide the skills and knowledge necessary for the design and verification of mechanical elements, using both traditional and numerical methods and to produce 2D and 3D CAD models and drawings of components and mechanical systems with particular reference to the problems of dimensional and geometric tolerances.
The topics covered are:
- Integration of structural mechanics (residual stress, variable amplitude fatigue and basic multi-axial fatigue;
- principles and procedures for design and verification of some of the major elements of machines and joints (axes and shafts, axial symmetric solids, hub-shaft connections, bearings, springs, threaded fasteners and bolts, welded joints).;
- principles and rules of dimensional and geometric tolerancing, criteria for their control and methods for stack-up analysis;
- methods for functional representation and simulation of industrial projects
- matrix structural analysis (linear elastic static problems)
- basics of finite element method, with particular reference to the obtained approximations.
Knowledge and understanding of mechanical design principles and specific design methodologies for some elements of machines and mechanical joints on the basis of the principal standards.
Knowledge of methods of functional representation and simulation of industrial projects;
Knowledge of geometric and dimensional tolerancing (GD & T) and of the stack-up problems
Knowledge of the theory of matrix structural analysis with static loads
Knowledge of basic principles of finite element method in linear elastic field for the solution of static problems, with particular reference to the obtained approximations.
Ability to perform the design and verification of mechanical elements and connections (axes and shafts, axisymmetric solids, hub-shaft connections, bearings, springs, threaded fasteners and bolts, welded joints).
Ability to produce manual sketch drawing 2D, computer assisted 3D model and drawing with functional dimensioning by using dimensional and geometric tolerancing in stack ups.
Ability to use a FEM code for static linear elastic structural analysis.
Prerequisites / Assumed knowledge
Knowledge of mechanical engineering drawing according Standards ISO ' ANSI. Ability to interpret drawings of details and assembly. Experience with software CAD 3D
Ability to carry out the kinematic analysis of simple mechanisms, the ability to perform the calculation of stresses in simple mechanical components, to perform static and fatigue verifications, knowledge of the main thermal treatments

Programma provvisorio per l'A.A.2012/13
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