MIME2130 - Manufacturing Processes
MIME2130 Manufacturing Processes 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites PHYS1200
Goal To introduce to the students the basics of manufacturing processes.
A student who satisfactorily complete the course should be able to:

  1. Understand how the manufacturing processes are classified.
  2. Conceptualize with basics of metal shaping techniques like casting and forming
  3. Study various machining, metal joining and surface finishing process.
  4. Understand the basics of heat treatment of metals.
  5. Understand the basics of CNC machines and FMS.
A student who satisfactorily complete the course should be able to:

  1. State various manufacturing processes like material shaping, material removal, joining and assembly processes
  2. Describe casting techniques like sand casting and diecasting. State their applications
  3. Distinguish between hot and cold working of metals.
  4. Describe forming operations like forging, rolling, extrusion, drawing, bending.
  5. Illustrate the basic features of machine tools like lathe machines, drilling machines, milling machines, grinding machines and their applications.
  6. Describe the salient features of joining operations like arc welding, gas welding, brazing, soldering and their applications.
  7. Describe various heat treatment processes for metals specifically for steel like annealing, normalizing, hardening and tempering.
  8. Explain the main features of various surface finish operation like electroplating, galvanizing, anodizing. Surface coating techniques like plastic coating and painting.
  9. Elucidate the basic features of CNC machines and FMS. Basic components of CNC machines, input devices and basics of part programming.
  10. Study various types of tools used in metal cutting machines. Understand the design and fabrication of jigs and fixtures.