Course Content and Outcome Guide for MCH 289
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- MCH 289
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- Cert Mfg Engineer Review
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Course DescriptionTechnical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree in the Machine Manufacturing Technology program. Provides a review of the material to prepare for the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Certification Test for the Manufacturing Engineer (CMfgE) with emphasis in Processes.
Addendum to Course DescriptionCertified Manufacturing Engineer Requirements
- Minimum of ten years manufacturing - related work experience (may use four years of college).
- Successful completion of the Fundamentals of Manufacturing Exam (Part I) or a current PE license.
- Successful completion of the Manufacturing Engineering (Part II) Exam.
- Successful completion of one of the three areas of concentration, which are
- Integration and Control - CIM, CAM, Machine Vision, Common Networks, Robotics/Automation, Computer Applications
- Processes - Casting, Molding, Material Forming, Material Removal, Finishing Processes, Electronics Manufacturing
- C. Support Operations - Design, Planning, Scheduling, Management, Maintenance, Material HandlingPREREQUISITE SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE: Industrial Experience and/or Manufacturing Enterprises/Engineering Technology coursework is required for this course.
Intended Outcomes for the course
General Introduction: What is Manufacturing?, Examples of Manufactured Products, The Design Process and Concurrent Engineering, Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DFM&A), Properties of Materials, Heat Treatment, Ferrous Metals and Alloys, Nonferrous Metals and Alloys, Nonmetallic, Materials: Plastics, Elastomers, Ceramics, and Composites, Material Selection, Selecting Manufacturing Processes, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Quality Assurance and Total Quality Management, Global Competitiveness and Manufacturing Costs, Lean Production and Agile Manufacturing, Environmentally Conscious Design and Manufacturing, Product Liability, Organization for Manufacture
Casting Processes: Fundamentals of Casting, Expendable - Mold Casting Processes, Multiple - Use - Mold Casting Processes, Powder Metallurgy
Forming Processes: The Fundamentals of Metal Forming, Hot - Working Processes, Cold - Working Processes, Forming of Plastics, Ceramics, and Composites
Material Removal Processes: Chip Type Machining Processes, Cutting Tools for Machining, Turning and Boring and Related Processes, Drilling and Related Hole Making Processes, Milling, Broaching, Sawing and Filing, Abrasive Machining Processes, Work Holding Devices, Machining Centers, Thread Manufacturing, Nontraditional Machining Processes, Superabrasives
Joining Processes: Gas Flame Processes: Welding, Cutting, and Straightening, Arc Processes: Welding and Cutting, Resistance Welding, Other Welding and related Processes, Brazing and Soldering, Adhesive Bonding and Mechanical Fasteners, Manufacturing Concerns in Welding and Joining
Measurement and Quality Assurance: Measurement and Inspection, Nondestructive Inspection and Testing, Process Capability and Quality Control
Processes and Techniques Related to Manufacturing: Surface Treatments and Finishing, Electronics Fabrication, Manufacturing Systems and Automation, Production Systems, Integrated Manufacturing Production Systems
Course Activities and Design
MCH 289 will be presented by means of lecture/discussion sessions. The course activities and design emphasize the development of skills and knowledge competencies prescribed by business and industry performance standards.
Outcome Assessment Strategies
Required1. Certification Study Guide, published by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers2. Fundamentals of Manufacturing, prepared by the Manufacturing Engineering Certification Institute of SME, published by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers; ISBN 087263-446-9Recommended Texts1. Manufacturing Engineering and Technology by Kalpakjian, published by Addison Wesley, 3rd edition; ISBN - 0-201-53846-62. Computer Aided Manufacturing by Chien et all, published by Prentice Hall; ISBN - 0-13-161571-83. Materials and Processes in Manufacturing by DeGarmo et all, published by Macmillan Publishing Co., 7th edition; ISBN - 0-02-328631-84. Principles of Computer Integrated Manufacturing; by Vajpayee; published by Prentice Hall Inc.; ISBN 0-02-422241-05. Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Engineering; by Rembold; published by Addison Wesley; 1993; ISBN 0-201-56541-26. Computer Integrated Manufacturing; by Rehg; published by Prentice Hall Inc., ISBN 0-13-463886-77. Engineering Materials Technology by Jacobs/Kilduff, published by Prentice Hall, ISBN - 0-13-278284-78. Industrial Plastics: Theory and Application by Richardson, published by Delmar, 2nd edition; ISBN - 0-8273-3392-79. Industrial Plastics: Basic Chemistry, Major resins and Modern Industrial Processes by Baird & Baird, published by The Goodheart-Wilcox Company Inc.; ISBN - 0-87006-563-710. Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers by Shackelford published by Macmillan Publishing Co., 3rd edition; ISBN - 0-02-409751-911. Metallurgy Theory and Practice by Allen, published by the American Technical Society; ISBN - 0-8269-3500-112. Materials Science and Engineering by Callister, published by Wiley, 2nd edition; ISBN 0-471-50488-213. CNC Technology and Programming by Krar, published by McGraw Hill; ISBN 0-07-023334-914. Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing by Groover, published by Prentice Hall; ISBN 0-13-312182-815. Certification Study Guide, published by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers16. Engineering Fundamentals, published by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers; ISBN 0-87263-089-717. Engineer in Training Reference Manual by Lindeburg, published by Professional Publications, Inc.; ISBN 0-912045-08-618. Solutions Manual for the EIT Reference Manual by Lindeburg, published by Professional Publications, Inc; ISBN 0-912045-19-1