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Product Engineering

Code 16458
Year 3
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 4
Workload TP(45H)
Scientific area Science and Technology
Entry requirements N.A.
Learning outcomes Acquisition of knowledge necessary for the organization of a product's technical dossier. Deepening of technical knowledge for product development, in conjunction with the Industrial Design Course 6, in which the final degree project is developed. Project practice in a multidisciplinary team, including designers and engineers.
Syllabus Definition of the object of study Technical folder organization/tender specification dossier General definition of the technical part of a tender specification dossier Material boards Budget estimation Technical monitoring of product development, in conjunction with the Industrial Design 6 curricular unit: evaluation of constraints and solutions according to the type of products under development and the involved industry; Global integration and deepening of all technical content to support product development
Main Bibliography Asensio, P. (2004). Product Design. teNeues Publishing Company, New York. Bonsiepe, G. (1992). Teoria e Prática do Design Industrial. Centro Português de Design, Lisboa. Moaveni, S. (2011). Engineering Fundamentals - An Introduction to Engineering, 4th ed. Cengage Learning, USA. Otto, K. and Wood, K. (2001). Product Design: Techniques in Reverse Engineering and New Product Development. Prentice Hall. Pfeifer, M. (2009). Materials Enabled Designs: The Materials Engineering Perspective to Product Design and Manufacturing. Butterworth-Heinemann, Burlington. Thompson, R. (2007). Manufacturing processes for design professionals. London: Thames & Hudson. Ulrich, K.T. and Eppinger, S.D. (2003). Product design and development. McGraw-Hill, Singapura.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria A methodology using exposure of conceptual contents is adopted, which is achieved through real cases. The monitoring of product development within the curricular unit Design Industrial 6 is based on a deductive and problem-solving methodology, with research of relevant information for the realization of the ongoing project, individually or in group. The evaluation will be continuous. The classification considers both the methodological path and the result of all exercises performed individually or in groups. The evaluation is based on the accomplishment of 1 evaluation test (TA) and on the performance evaluation (D) in the resolution of the proposed problems, taking into account the criteria: understanding and commitment in carrying out the proposed work; proposed solutions, consistency and adequacy to the stated assumptions; critical participation in classes and activities performed; attendance. The final classification will be the result of the formula: CF = 0,5TA + 0,5D
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2024-03-03

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