Analysis of Manufacturing Techniques

Structure Type: Module
Code: IKTX0202
Type: Compulsory
Level: Bachelor
Credits: 24.0 points
Responsible Teacher: Ketola, Pekka
Teacher Team: Hantula, Juha ; Gröndahl, Timo ; Rantasalo, Marko ; Karhunen, Timo ; Jäntti, Maarit ; Kiikkala, Sanna-Liisa ; Ketola, Pekka ; Hirvonen, Osku
Language of Instruction: Finnish

Learning Outcomes

The objective of the common core theme is to give the student good skills to understand mechanisms and laws of nature connected with the function of machines and devices. The student will understand what are the factors to be taken into account when manufacturing various machines and devices, for example, various mechanical, electrical and energy technological solutions.In addition, the student will understand what are the methods (manufacturing, mechanical) that can be utilised in various machines.
After the common core theme the student knows how to draw up manufacturing documentation and how to utilise the most common manufacturing methods. The student also can write technical documents and understands manuals in english

Student's Workload

Total work load of the student 648 hours.

Prerequisites / Recommended Optional Courses

Disassembly project

Contents

Following courses are included to the core theme:
IKTP0107 Chemistry in Energy Technology
IKTP0201 Informative Communication
IKTP0202 Technical English 1
IKTP0203 Analytical Geometry and Linear Algebra
IKTP0204 Mechanics
IKTA0205 Computer-aided Drafting (AutoCAD)
IKTA0208 Assembly Project
IKTA0301 Statics
IKTA0604 Energy Technology 2

Recommended or Required Reading

Material for each course will be announced in the context of the course.

Mode of Delivery / Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods

During the courses of the core theme, theories concerning the topic discussed, calculation examples and applications are dealt with. Exericises and laboratory researchs are included to the courses. A vehicle is a basis for all courses.

Assessment Methods

Assessment is defined for each course separately. Each course is assessed in the scale 1-5.

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