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Course Name
Turkish Mühendislik Uygulamalarında Tasarım Prensipleri ve Malzeme Seçimi
Course Code
MET 353 Credit Lecture
Semester -
- 1 1 -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Derya Dışpınar
Course Objectives 1. Recognize and determine lists of independent and dependent parameters for a design.
2. Differentiate the difference between product design and process design.
3. Describe, both conceptually and analytically, how system components work.
4. To built a bridge between other courses taught up to date to recognize and understand scientific
engineering principles behind materials /processes which are designed in light of materials/processes
5. Participate in an integrated design activity in light of consumer expectations.
6. Demonstrate the knowledge of product design process using the tools of design for manufacturability
and assembly, robust design, quality function deployment, concurrent engineering, cost evaluation
and decision making
7. Selection of materials and optimization of behavior by using a systematic methodology which
combines materials properties with the engineering function of the process or product design.
8. To defend materials selection effectively both orally and in written form.
9. To select and use appropriate industrial literature and library resources in the solution of material
selection and failure analysis problems.
Course Description This course provides an introduction to the methodology of materials and process selection with respect
to a set of performances. The focus is essentially on materials properties but the course also addresses
issues related to processing and process related properties gained.
And in the course design principles for a required set of performances will be given and case studies will
be examined. Students’ team projects will include design and materials/process selection for required set
of dependent parameters.
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