2020-2021 Catalog 
    
    Jan 20, 2021  
2020-2021 Catalog
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ENGR 324 - Materials and Processes in Manufacturing

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SP. This course introduces students to the various mechanical and management issues involved in the fabrication of manufactured goods. Scientific and engineering principles are applied to fabricating processes such as casting, forming, and machining so as to determine the relation of process to material properties, economics, dimensional accuracy, and energy requirements. Topics such as computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), numerical control (NC), statistical quality control (SQC), and quality management are also explored. Field trips and laboratories are used to support the lecture material. Prerequisites: ENGR 205  and ENGR 305 .



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