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Belonging Department

Ingegneria Industriale

Course Type

Attività formativa monodisciplinare

Scientific Area

ING-IND/15 - DISEGNO E METODI DELL'INGEGNERIA INDUSTRIALE

Course year

First year - Second Term

Teaching Term

dal 25/02/2019 al 07/06/2019

Attendance required

No

Credits

9

Type of Evaluation

Voto Finale

Teaching Hours

81

Course Content

Course program

Lectureship

- Last name/s A-D GOVERNI LAPO
- Last name/s A-D VOLPE YARY
- Last name/s E-N CARFAGNI MONICA
- Last name/s O-Z FURFERI ROCCO

Italian

Italian

Italian

Technical Standards

Representation techniques

Orthogonal projections

Sections

Dimensioning

Metallic materials

Introduction to machining

Dimensional tolerances

Geometric tolerances

Roughness

Functional Dimension

Linkages

Bearings

Gears

Springs

Work on isometric projections

Work on Computer Aided Design

Representation techniques

Orthogonal projections

Sections

Dimensioning

Metallic materials

Introduction to machining

Dimensional tolerances

Geometric tolerances

Roughness

Functional Dimension

Linkages

Bearings

Gears

Springs

Work on isometric projections

Work on Computer Aided Design

Technical Standards

Representation techniques

Orthogonal projections

Sections

Dimensioning

Metallic materials

Introduction to machining

Dimensional tolerances

Geometric tolerances

Roughness

Functional Dimension

Linkages

Bearings

Gears

Springs

Work on isometric projections

Work on Computer Aided Design

Representation techniques

Orthogonal projections

Sections

Dimensioning

Metallic materials

Introduction to machining

Dimensional tolerances

Geometric tolerances

Roughness

Functional Dimension

Linkages

Bearings

Gears

Springs

Work on isometric projections

Work on Computer Aided Design

Technical Standards

Representation techniques

Orthogonal projections

Sections

Dimensioning

Metallic materials

Introduction to machining

Dimensional tolerances

Geometric tolerances

Roughness

Functional Dimension

Linkages

Bearings

Gears

Springs

Work on isometric projections

Work on Computer Aided Design

Representation techniques

Orthogonal projections

Sections

Dimensioning

Metallic materials

Introduction to machining

Dimensional tolerances

Geometric tolerances

Roughness

Functional Dimension

Linkages

Bearings

Gears

Springs

Work on isometric projections

Work on Computer Aided Design

Carfagni, Furferi, Governi, Volpe, Esercizi di Disegno Meccanico, Zanichelli Editore.

Support material consists of slides projected by the teachers during

lessons.

The material will be provided to students using a Moodle Platform.

Support material consists of slides projected by the teachers during

lessons.

The material will be provided to students using a Moodle Platform.

Carfagni, Furferi, Governi, Volpe, Esercizi di Disegno Meccanico, Zanichelli Editore.

Support material consists of slides projected by the teachers during

lessons.

The material will be provided to students using a Moodle Platform.

Support material consists of slides projected by the teachers during

lessons.

The material will be provided to students using a Moodle Platform.

Carfagni, Furferi, Governi, Volpe, Esercizi di Disegno Meccanico, Zanichelli Editore.

Support material consists of slides projected by the teachers during

lessons.

The material will be provided to students using a Moodle Platform.

Support material consists of slides projected by the teachers during

lessons.

The material will be provided to students using a Moodle Platform.

The aim of this course is to provide knowledge of technical language and

techniques of Design Technology and Industry, with particular regard to

the major industry regulations, to introduce the main elements of

machines. The course has the following objectives:

- Provide the basic elements of the language of technical communication

in industry, in order to put the student able to correctly perform and

interpret technical drawings.

- Describe the organs of machines and their modes of representation

- To provide the basics of computer aided design.

The student will acquire:

cc3 - Systematic knowledge and understanding of the key aspects of mechanical design of industrial engineering and its methods. In particular: understanding of which are the most suitable methods in order to define a product and its characteristics; technologies for their production and their graphic representation.cc12 - knowledge of the most suitable production process for the production of mechanical components and for the representation of drawing dimensions, geometric and dimensional tolerances.

Students will prove:ca3 - The ability to choose and apply appropriate analytical, modelling, verification and experimental methods for the interpretation and production of drawings of parts and assemblies; the basic sizing and functional verification of components and mechanical groups. ca10 - The ability to choose the most suitable production process for the production of mechanical components for their correct representation with particular reference to issues related to the definition of geometric and dimensional tolerances.

techniques of Design Technology and Industry, with particular regard to

the major industry regulations, to introduce the main elements of

machines. The course has the following objectives:

- Provide the basic elements of the language of technical communication

in industry, in order to put the student able to correctly perform and

interpret technical drawings.

- Describe the organs of machines and their modes of representation

- To provide the basics of computer aided design.

The student will acquire:

cc3 - Systematic knowledge and understanding of the key aspects of mechanical design of industrial engineering and its methods. In particular: understanding of which are the most suitable methods in order to define a product and its characteristics; technologies for their production and their graphic representation.cc12 - knowledge of the most suitable production process for the production of mechanical components and for the representation of drawing dimensions, geometric and dimensional tolerances.

Students will prove:ca3 - The ability to choose and apply appropriate analytical, modelling, verification and experimental methods for the interpretation and production of drawings of parts and assemblies; the basic sizing and functional verification of components and mechanical groups. ca10 - The ability to choose the most suitable production process for the production of mechanical components for their correct representation with particular reference to issues related to the definition of geometric and dimensional tolerances.

The aim of this course is to provide knowledge of technical language and

techniques of Design Technology and Industry, with particular regard to

the major industry regulations, to introduce the main elements of

machines. The course has the following objectives:

- Provide the basic elements of the language of technical communication

in industry, in order to put the student able to correctly perform and

interpret technical drawings.

- Describe the organs of machines and their modes of representation

- To provide the basics of computer aided design.

The student will acquire:

cc3 - Systematic knowledge and understanding of the key aspects of mechanical design of industrial engineering and its methods. In particular: understanding of which are the most suitable methods in order to define a product and its characteristics; technologies for their production and their graphic representation.cc12 - knowledge of the most suitable production process for the production of mechanical components and for the representation of drawing dimensions, geometric and dimensional tolerances.

Students will prove:ca3 - The ability to choose and apply appropriate analytical, modelling, verification and experimental methods for the interpretation and production of drawings of parts and assemblies; the basic sizing and functional verification of components and mechanical groups. ca10 - The ability to choose the most suitable production process for the production of mechanical components for their correct representation with particular reference to issues related to the definition of geometric and dimensional tolerances.

techniques of Design Technology and Industry, with particular regard to

the major industry regulations, to introduce the main elements of

machines. The course has the following objectives:

- Provide the basic elements of the language of technical communication

in industry, in order to put the student able to correctly perform and

interpret technical drawings.

- Describe the organs of machines and their modes of representation

- To provide the basics of computer aided design.

The student will acquire:

cc3 - Systematic knowledge and understanding of the key aspects of mechanical design of industrial engineering and its methods. In particular: understanding of which are the most suitable methods in order to define a product and its characteristics; technologies for their production and their graphic representation.cc12 - knowledge of the most suitable production process for the production of mechanical components and for the representation of drawing dimensions, geometric and dimensional tolerances.

Students will prove:ca3 - The ability to choose and apply appropriate analytical, modelling, verification and experimental methods for the interpretation and production of drawings of parts and assemblies; the basic sizing and functional verification of components and mechanical groups. ca10 - The ability to choose the most suitable production process for the production of mechanical components for their correct representation with particular reference to issues related to the definition of geometric and dimensional tolerances.

The aim of this course is to provide knowledge of technical language and

techniques of Design Technology and Industry, with particular regard to

the major industry regulations, to introduce the main elements of

machines. The course has the following objectives:

- Provide the basic elements of the language of technical communication

in industry, in order to put the student able to correctly perform and

interpret technical drawings.

- Describe the organs of machines and their modes of representation

- To provide the basics of computer aided design.

The student will acquire:

cc3 - Systematic knowledge and understanding of the key aspects of mechanical design of industrial engineering and its methods. In particular: understanding of which are the most suitable methods in order to define a product and its characteristics; technologies for their production and their graphic representation.cc12 - knowledge of the most suitable production process for the production of mechanical components and for the representation of drawing dimensions, geometric and dimensional tolerances.

Students will prove:ca3 - The ability to choose and apply appropriate analytical, modelling, verification and experimental methods for the interpretation and production of drawings of parts and assemblies; the basic sizing and functional verification of components and mechanical groups. ca10 - The ability to choose the most suitable production process for the production of mechanical components for their correct representation with particular reference to issues related to the definition of geometric and dimensional tolerances.

techniques of Design Technology and Industry, with particular regard to

the major industry regulations, to introduce the main elements of

machines. The course has the following objectives:

- Provide the basic elements of the language of technical communication

in industry, in order to put the student able to correctly perform and

interpret technical drawings.

- Describe the organs of machines and their modes of representation

- To provide the basics of computer aided design.

The student will acquire:

cc3 - Systematic knowledge and understanding of the key aspects of mechanical design of industrial engineering and its methods. In particular: understanding of which are the most suitable methods in order to define a product and its characteristics; technologies for their production and their graphic representation.cc12 - knowledge of the most suitable production process for the production of mechanical components and for the representation of drawing dimensions, geometric and dimensional tolerances.

Students will prove:ca3 - The ability to choose and apply appropriate analytical, modelling, verification and experimental methods for the interpretation and production of drawings of parts and assemblies; the basic sizing and functional verification of components and mechanical groups. ca10 - The ability to choose the most suitable production process for the production of mechanical components for their correct representation with particular reference to issues related to the definition of geometric and dimensional tolerances.

No prerequisites are needed.

No prerequisites are needed.

No prerequisites are needed.

The course syllabus is dealt with alternating lectures and tutorials.

The course syllabus is dealt with alternating lectures and tutorials.

The course syllabus is dealt with alternating lectures and tutorials.

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The student's assessment includes a written test in which they are proposed:1) drawing of a standard mechanical component (bearing, toothed wheel, threaded connection)(2) one or more exercises on dimensional and/or geometrical tolerancesThese exercises are designed to ascertain the achievement of cc3 competence. (3) Shot peening of a mechanical assembly4. a drawing of one or more parts of the assembly.Questions 3 and 4 are intended to ascertain at least a good level of achievement of cc3, cc8 and to verify at least a good level of achievement of ca3 capacity and a sufficient level of achievement of ca10 capacity.

The student's assessment includes a written test in which they are proposed:1) drawing of a standard mechanical component (bearing, toothed wheel, threaded connection)(2) one or more exercises on dimensional and/or geometrical tolerancesThese exercises are designed to ascertain the achievement of cc3 competence. (3) Shot peening of a mechanical assembly4. a drawing of one or more parts of the assembly.Questions 3 and 4 are intended to ascertain at least a good level of achievement of cc3, cc8 and to verify at least a good level of achievement of ca3 capacity and a sufficient level of achievement of ca10 capacity.

The student's assessment includes a written test in which they are proposed:1) drawing of a standard mechanical component (bearing, toothed wheel, threaded connection)(2) one or more exercises on dimensional and/or geometrical tolerancesThese exercises are designed to ascertain the achievement of cc3 competence. (3) Shot peening of a mechanical assembly4. a drawing of one or more parts of the assembly.Questions 3 and 4 are intended to ascertain at least a good level of achievement of cc3, cc8 and to verify at least a good level of achievement of ca3 capacity and a sufficient level of achievement of ca10 capacity.

1. Technical Standards

2. Representation techniques

3. Orthogonal Projections

a. Method of Prime Dihedral

b. Method of Second Dihedral

c. Choice of views

4. Sections

a. Sections with a single plane

b. Sections with parallel planes

c. Sections with competing plans

d. Sections with surfaces of any shape

e. Semi sections

f. Partial sections

g. Sections overturned in place

h. Subsequent sections

i. Hatch

m. Special characteristics of representing sections

5. Dimensioning

a. General principles

b. Measuring lines

c. Reference lines

d. Arrow Terminals

e. Quote

f. Dimension series

g. Parallel Dimension

h. Dimensioning in sequence

i. Particular conventions of dimensioning

6. Special conventions

7. Metallic materials

a. Introduction

b. Description conventional

8. Introduction to machining

9. Dimensional tolerances

a. Introduction

b. ISO system

c. Couplings

d. System shaft base and hole base

e. Indication of tolerances in drawings

f. Dimensional control

g. Chains and series of shares tolerated

10. Geometric tolerances

a. Introduction

b. Indication of the geometric tolerances in drawings

c. Principle of maximum material

11. Roughness

a. Introduction

b. Indication of roughness in the drawings

12. Functional Dimension

13. Linkages removed

a. Connections

b. Shaft-hub connections

i. Tabs

ii. Sticks

iii. Spline

14. Linkages

a. Nailing

b. Welding

15. Bearings

a. Sliding Bearings

b. Rolling bearings

c. Mounting bearings

d. Seals and gaskets

16. Bodies for the transmission of motion

a. Sprockets and gears

b. Belts

c. Chains

17. Springs

18. Assembly

19. Isometric projections

20. Computer Aided Design

2. Representation techniques

3. Orthogonal Projections

a. Method of Prime Dihedral

b. Method of Second Dihedral

c. Choice of views

4. Sections

a. Sections with a single plane

b. Sections with parallel planes

c. Sections with competing plans

d. Sections with surfaces of any shape

e. Semi sections

f. Partial sections

g. Sections overturned in place

h. Subsequent sections

i. Hatch

m. Special characteristics of representing sections

5. Dimensioning

a. General principles

b. Measuring lines

c. Reference lines

d. Arrow Terminals

e. Quote

f. Dimension series

g. Parallel Dimension

h. Dimensioning in sequence

i. Particular conventions of dimensioning

6. Special conventions

7. Metallic materials

a. Introduction

b. Description conventional

8. Introduction to machining

9. Dimensional tolerances

a. Introduction

b. ISO system

c. Couplings

d. System shaft base and hole base

e. Indication of tolerances in drawings

f. Dimensional control

g. Chains and series of shares tolerated

10. Geometric tolerances

a. Introduction

b. Indication of the geometric tolerances in drawings

c. Principle of maximum material

11. Roughness

a. Introduction

b. Indication of roughness in the drawings

12. Functional Dimension

13. Linkages removed

a. Connections

b. Shaft-hub connections

i. Tabs

ii. Sticks

iii. Spline

14. Linkages

a. Nailing

b. Welding

15. Bearings

a. Sliding Bearings

b. Rolling bearings

c. Mounting bearings

d. Seals and gaskets

16. Bodies for the transmission of motion

a. Sprockets and gears

b. Belts

c. Chains

17. Springs

18. Assembly

19. Isometric projections

20. Computer Aided Design

1. Technical Standards

2. Representation techniques

3. Orthogonal Projections

a. Method of Prime Dihedral

b. Method of Second Dihedral

c. Choice of views

4. Sections

a. Sections with a single plane

b. Sections with parallel planes

c. Sections with competing plans

d. Sections with surfaces of any shape

e. Semi sections

f. Partial sections

g. Sections overturned in place

h. Subsequent sections

i. Hatch

m. Special characteristics of representing sections

5. Dimensioning

a. General principles

b. Measuring lines

c. Reference lines

d. Arrow Terminals

e. Quote

f. Dimension series

g. Parallel Dimension

h. Dimensioning in sequence

i. Particular conventions of dimensioning

6. Special conventions

7. Metallic materials

a. Introduction

b. Description conventional

8. Introduction to machining

9. Dimensional tolerances

a. Introduction

b. ISO system

c. Couplings

d. System shaft base and hole base

e. Indication of tolerances in drawings

f. Dimensional control

g. Chains and series of shares tolerated

10. Geometric tolerances

a. Introduction

b. Indication of the geometric tolerances in drawings

c. Principle of maximum material

11. Roughness

a. Introduction

b. Indication of roughness in the drawings

12. Functional Dimension

13. Linkages removed

a. Connections

b. Shaft-hub connections

i. Tabs

ii. Sticks

iii. Spline

14. Linkages

a. Nailing

b. Welding

15. Bearings

a. Sliding Bearings

b. Rolling bearings

c. Mounting bearings

d. Seals and gaskets

16. Bodies for the transmission of motion

a. Sprockets and gears

b. Belts

c. Chains

17. Springs

18. Assembly

19. Isometric projections

20. Computer Aided Design

2. Representation techniques

3. Orthogonal Projections

a. Method of Prime Dihedral

b. Method of Second Dihedral

c. Choice of views

4. Sections

a. Sections with a single plane

b. Sections with parallel planes

c. Sections with competing plans

d. Sections with surfaces of any shape

e. Semi sections

f. Partial sections

g. Sections overturned in place

h. Subsequent sections

i. Hatch

m. Special characteristics of representing sections

5. Dimensioning

a. General principles

b. Measuring lines

c. Reference lines

d. Arrow Terminals

e. Quote

f. Dimension series

g. Parallel Dimension

h. Dimensioning in sequence

i. Particular conventions of dimensioning

6. Special conventions

7. Metallic materials

a. Introduction

b. Description conventional

8. Introduction to machining

9. Dimensional tolerances

a. Introduction

b. ISO system

c. Couplings

d. System shaft base and hole base

e. Indication of tolerances in drawings

f. Dimensional control

g. Chains and series of shares tolerated

10. Geometric tolerances

a. Introduction

b. Indication of the geometric tolerances in drawings

c. Principle of maximum material

11. Roughness

a. Introduction

b. Indication of roughness in the drawings

12. Functional Dimension

13. Linkages removed

a. Connections

b. Shaft-hub connections

i. Tabs

ii. Sticks

iii. Spline

14. Linkages

a. Nailing

b. Welding

15. Bearings

a. Sliding Bearings

b. Rolling bearings

c. Mounting bearings

d. Seals and gaskets

16. Bodies for the transmission of motion

a. Sprockets and gears

b. Belts

c. Chains

17. Springs

18. Assembly

19. Isometric projections

20. Computer Aided Design

1. Technical Standards

2. Representation techniques

3. Orthogonal Projections

a. Method of Prime Dihedral

b. Method of Second Dihedral

c. Choice of views

4. Sections

a. Sections with a single plane

b. Sections with parallel planes

c. Sections with competing plans

d. Sections with surfaces of any shape

e. Semi sections

f. Partial sections

g. Sections overturned in place

h. Subsequent sections

i. Hatch

m. Special characteristics of representing sections

5. Dimensioning

a. General principles

b. Measuring lines

c. Reference lines

d. Arrow Terminals

e. Quote

f. Dimension series

g. Parallel Dimension

h. Dimensioning in sequence

i. Particular conventions of dimensioning

6. Special conventions

7. Metallic materials

a. Introduction

b. Description conventional

8. Introduction to machining

9. Dimensional tolerances

a. Introduction

b. ISO system

c. Couplings

d. System shaft base and hole base

e. Indication of tolerances in drawings

f. Dimensional control

g. Chains and series of shares tolerated

10. Geometric tolerances

a. Introduction

b. Indication of the geometric tolerances in drawings

c. Principle of maximum material

11. Roughness

a. Introduction

b. Indication of roughness in the drawings

12. Functional Dimension

13. Linkages removed

a. Connections

b. Shaft-hub connections

i. Tabs

ii. Sticks

iii. Spline

14. Linkages

a. Nailing

b. Welding

15. Bearings

a. Sliding Bearings

b. Rolling bearings

c. Mounting bearings

d. Seals and gaskets

16. Bodies for the transmission of motion

a. Sprockets and gears

b. Belts

c. Chains

17. Springs

18. Assembly

19. Isometric projections

20. Computer Aided Design

2. Representation techniques

3. Orthogonal Projections

a. Method of Prime Dihedral

b. Method of Second Dihedral

c. Choice of views

4. Sections

a. Sections with a single plane

b. Sections with parallel planes

c. Sections with competing plans

d. Sections with surfaces of any shape

e. Semi sections

f. Partial sections

g. Sections overturned in place

h. Subsequent sections

i. Hatch

m. Special characteristics of representing sections

5. Dimensioning

a. General principles

b. Measuring lines

c. Reference lines

d. Arrow Terminals

e. Quote

f. Dimension series

g. Parallel Dimension

h. Dimensioning in sequence

i. Particular conventions of dimensioning

6. Special conventions

7. Metallic materials

a. Introduction

b. Description conventional

8. Introduction to machining

9. Dimensional tolerances

a. Introduction

b. ISO system

c. Couplings

d. System shaft base and hole base

e. Indication of tolerances in drawings

f. Dimensional control

g. Chains and series of shares tolerated

10. Geometric tolerances

a. Introduction

b. Indication of the geometric tolerances in drawings

c. Principle of maximum material

11. Roughness

a. Introduction

b. Indication of roughness in the drawings

12. Functional Dimension

13. Linkages removed

a. Connections

b. Shaft-hub connections

i. Tabs

ii. Sticks

iii. Spline

14. Linkages

a. Nailing

b. Welding

15. Bearings

a. Sliding Bearings

b. Rolling bearings

c. Mounting bearings

d. Seals and gaskets

16. Bodies for the transmission of motion

a. Sprockets and gears

b. Belts

c. Chains

17. Springs

18. Assembly

19. Isometric projections

20. Computer Aided Design