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Manufacture Processes

Code 12719
Year 1
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload PL(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Science and Technology
Entry requirements Knowledge acquired within the UC of Materials.
Mode of delivery Presential (Daily presence in classes).
Work placements It doesn't apply.
Learning outcomes The present unit intends to promote capabilities of research, design and development concerning to the manufacturing process and joining techniques. Students should recognize different manufacturing processes and joining techniques, their mechanisms, potential and limitations for the different type of materials.
Syllabus - Introduction;
- Materials;
- Casting Processes:
- Processes of Plastic Conformation of Metals;
- Forming Processes by Machining;
- Manufacturing Processes of Ceramic Materials;
- Manufacturing Processes of Polymeric Materials;
- Manufacturing Processes of Composite Materials;
- Joining and Finishing Processes;
- Methodologies for selecting manufacturing processes.
Main Bibliography Design Industrial - Materiais e Processos de Fabricação; Jim Lesko; 2004; EDGARD BLUCHER
Tecnologia Mecânica, Vol. II; Vicente Chiaverin; 1986; Makron Books
Making It: Manufacturing Techniques for Product Design; Chris Lefteri; 2007; Laurence King Publishing
Tecnologia Mecânica - Tecnologia da Deformação Plástica (Vol. l e Vol.II); Jorge Rodrigues, Paulo Martins; 2005; Escolar Editora.
Apontamentos teóricos das aulas, disponibilizados pelo docente;
Artigos técnicos e científicos diversos, recomendados/disponibilizados pelo docente.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria This curricular unit is developed in an essentially theoretical-practical structure. The subjects are transmitted orally with the support of multimedia slides projection, of complementary information written on the board. The laboratory component aims to promote a critical spirit in relation to theoretical knowledge and its consolidation, but essentially to introduce self-learning. Continuous evaluation:
- Individual worksheets carried out in the classroom immediately after exposure of the material, with a weight of 10% in the final grade;
- A group work (3 to 4 elements), with a weight of 40% in the final grade;
- Two frequencies that cover all the subjects taught throughout the semester, with a weight of 50% in the final grade. In both frequencies, students will have to obtain a grade equal to or greater than 8.0, if they do not achieve it in one or both of the tests, the students will go to the exam counting the grades of the continuous assessment (worksheets and group work)
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-06-17

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