• Design and Manufacturing II
    • School of Mechanical Engineering
    • Credit. 8
    • ME209
    • Enroll
    • Spring , 2015
    • 5080
    • Course Description:
    • ( Exchange Programme )
    • This course will cover the basics of mechanism and machine design. Specific topics will include kinematics, dynamics, mechanism synthesis, design of strength for typical mechanical structures and components, and selection of actuators. This is a project-based course where students will work in teams to complete projects. The goal of this course is to give each student an understanding of the basic engineering principles behind mechanical machines and teach them how to integrate their engineering knowledge to synthesize and analyze simple mechanical systems and components.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • After completing the course, students should:
      1.Define the engineering requirements for a mechanical system or component.
      2.Conceptualize a set of designs that will fulfill the specifications keeping in mind manufacturing issues and identify components needed for a given system design.
      3.Identify standard mechanical components and explain how they work.
      4.Basic kinematic and kinetostatic analysis of mechanical systems.
      5.Derive and/or apply general mechanical engineering science in analyses specific to the design of mechanical components.
      6.Anticipate the modes of failure and expected service lifetime of mechanical systems and the components within the system using engineering principles.
      7.Weigh tradeoffs in concept and detail design from the perspectives of function, manufacture, design effort and nature of a posed problem to select standard components from a catalog and design special components as needed.
      8.Prepare engineering instructions (toleranced drawings and text) to manufacture mechanical systems and components.
      9.Build basic mechanical machines and components and assemble components using tools available in the machine shop.
      10.Test and evaluate simple machine systems and components for performance and failure behavior.
      11.Critique and redesign mechanical systems and components for enhanced performance and reliability.
    • Schedule:
    • Topics / Credit hours / Teaching methodology / Tasks / Intended learning outcomes / Assessment methods

      1. Lecture1:Introduction to engineering design / 2 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW1 / Null / Homework
      2. Lecture2:Kinematic Fundamentals / 4 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW2 / Null / Homework
      3. Lecture3:Actuators and Motors / 4 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW3 / Null / Homework
      4. Lecture4:Planar Linkages / 4 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW4 / Null / Homework
      5. Lab1:machineshop visiting / 2 Credit hours / Labs / Null / Null / Homework
      6. Lecture5:Graphical Linkage Synthesis / 4 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW4 / Null / Homework
      7. Lecture6:Vector Fundamentals for Kinematic analysis / 4 Credit hours / Lectures / Small project/ Null / Small project
      8. Lab2 project Assignment and Team dynamics / 2 Credit hours / Labs / Null / Null / Homework
      9. Lecture 7 Recitations / 2Credit hours / Excises / Null / Null / Null
      10. Lecture8:Kinematic analysis of mechanisms / 4 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW6/ Null / Homework
      11. Lab3-Project management and running / 2 Credit hours / Lab discussing / Null / Null / Specifications
      12. Lecture9:Power screws / 4 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW7 / Null / Homework
      13. Lab9-Lab13 Conceptual design / 10 Credit hours / Lab discussing / Null / Null / Schemes
      14. Lecture10:Belts transmission / 4 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW8 / Null / Homework
      15. Lab14 Design review I / Null / Presentation / Null / Null / Report
      16. Lecture11:Cams / 4 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW9 / Null / Homework
      17. Lab15-Lab17 Structure design / 6Credit hour / Labs / Null / Null / Null
      18. Lecture12:Gears / 4 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW10/ Null / Homework
      19. Lab18 Design ReviewII / 2 Credit hours / Individual checking / Null / Null / Report
      20. Lecture13:Gear trains / 4 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW11 / Null / Homework
      21. Lab19-Lab30 Prototype Building / 24 Credit hours / Lectures/ Null / Null / Null
      22. Lecture 14 Recitations / 2 Credit hours / Excises / Null / Null / Null
      23. Lecture15:Gear Design / 3 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW12 / Null / Homework
      24. Lecture16:Shaft and Bearings / 4 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW13 / Null / Homework
      25. Lecture17:Joint Fasteners / 4 Credit hours / Lectures/ HW14 / Null / Homework
      26. Lab31-Lab32 Final presentation s / 4 Credit hours / Presentation / Null / Null / Prototype
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    • Guo Weizhong
    • Professor
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    • E-mail:
    • wzguo@sjtu.edu.cn
    • Profile
    • W.Z. Guo received his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1993 at Ocean University of Qingdao, Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1996 at South-East University, and PhD in Mechanical Engineering in 1999 at Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China. He worked as a Research Associate at the Department of Automation and Computer Aided Engineering at the Chinese University of Hong Kong from December, 2001 to May, 2002 and from January, 2003 to July, 2003. He acted as a Visiting Professor at University of Genova, Italy, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland, and Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France, respectively. He is now a Full Professor at the School of Mechanical Engineering at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. His research focuses on parallel kinematic mechanisms and applications, mechanism analysis and synthesis, servo mechanical press design, and conceptual design methodology of robotic systems.
    • Liang Qinghua
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    • qhliang@sjtu.edu.cn
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    • He Qichang
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    • heqc@sjtu.edu.cn
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  • Prerequisite Course:

    Design and Manufacturing II

  • Textbooks:

    1.Mechanical Engineering Design by J.E. Shigley and C.R. Mischke, McGraw-Hill
    2.Design of Machinery by R. L. Norton, McGraw-Hill
    3.Chapter 12: Shaft Design, in Machine Elements in Mechanical Design by Robert L. Mott, Pearson Education (will be provided as complementary material on website)
  • Grading:

    30% / Homework, Quizzes
    30% / Midterm Examination
    10% / Quizzes
    30% / Final examination
    Class Participation Additional Bonus

    Labs and Project:
    Team score:
    50% / Prototype
    10% / Design Review I
    10% / Design Review II
    15% / Presentation
    15% / Final Report
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