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MODULE I DESIGN PROCESS PP – 178.009 SEVILLE 12 - 14 FEBRUARY 2007 “Sin la técnica el hombre no exisitría, ni habría existido núnca” Ortega y Gasset (Santander 1933) “Whitout technique the man would not exist, and would have never exist” Ortega y Gasset (Santander 1933)

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MODULE I

DESIGN PROCESS

PP – 178.009

SEVILLE

12 - 14 FEBRUARY 2007

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“Sin la técnica el hombre no exisitría, ni habría existido núnca”

Ortega y Gasset (Santander 1933)

“Whitout technique the man would not exist, and would have never exist”

Ortega y Gasset (Santander 1933)

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Casa de la Columnas, former Universidad de Mareantes that trained sailors for the ship crew during XVI and XVII centuries. Later patio de vecinos, and nowadays it is used as a social center.

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Main Module 1

Fundamentals

Module 2

Principles of Electrical and Control Engineering

Module 1

Design process

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2. Submodule II – Theory of Technical Systems and Processes

a.Theory of technical systems and processes

Technology process and products (alternative lecture)

  • 1. Submodule I - Basic Design Principles
  • a.Technical drawing
  • b.CAD-CAM
  • c.Basic design principles and modelling
  • d.Exposition and Documentation (incl. IPR)
  • e.Principles of material science
  • f.Basics of mathematics and physics in technical systems
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. Drawing and graphic design materials, tools and techniques.
  • .Basic Geometric design/layout.
  • .Representation in dihedral systems.
  • .Representation in Axonometric Projection and Cavalier Perspective.
  • .Representation in Oblique and Front Conic Projection.
  • .Standardization and Symbols in Technical Drawing
  • .The Administration of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM).
  • . Phases in the manufature of a product: The planning of the process and the production , machine process, calendar planning, administration and quality control.
  • CAM Systems: Manufacturing processes. Automation in manufacturing. Digital Tool Machinery. (DTM) ISO programming language DTM
  • . CAD Systems: Modelling in 2 and 3 dimensions.
  • CAD/CAM systems. Integration
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Fundamentals of antropometrics, ergonomics and bionics.
  • Creativity, innovation, inventiveness.
  • Types of modelling, models and prototypes.
  • Market analyisis.
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The project: Definition and object; phases, formal presentation and structure; delivery.
  • Documents of the project. Estructure and contents: report and annexs;plans
  • Projects and property rights: Intellectual property; inventors’ patents, trade marks; literary and artistic ownership. ICT rights. Industrial ownership.
  • . Types and properties of materials.
  • . Mechanical testing. Composition and representation of tests. Calculation of testing in simple parts.
  • . Tests and measurements of the properties of materials used.
  • . Oxidisation and corrosion
  • . Internal structure and techniques used for the modification of the properties of metals.
  • . Changing into solid form and diagrams of the balances within metallic materials
  • . Heat treatment of steels.
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. Mechanics: Staticts and dynamic Principles
  • . Priciples of hydrostatics and pneumatics (fluids).
  • . The theory of fields: electric, magnetic and electromagnetic.
  • . Thermodynamics: The Principals of Thermodynamics and thermal machines.
  • . Basic trigonometrics. (lineal Algebra)
  • . Differential and integral calculus.
  • . Vector calculus.
  • . Calculus with variable complexes: Phasors
  • . The Laplace and Fourier transformed.
  • . Numerics methods for the solving of the systems and no-lineal equations.
  • . The functions of transference in Physical systems. The concept of stability.
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. The market
  • . The production process.
  • . Marketing
  • . Quality Control.
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SUBMODULE

(list of enclosed subjects)

Technical Drawing

LECTURES:58

SEMINARS:10

APPLIED PROJECT:20

TOTAL HOURS: 88

TIMES: 2 SEMESTERS/FIRST YEAR

CREDITS: 5

  • . Drawing and graphic design materials, tools and techniques.
  • .Basic Geometric design/layout.
  • .Representation in dihedral systems.
  • .Representation in Axonometric Projection and Cavalier Perspective.
  • .Representation in Oblique and Front Conic Projection.
  • .Standardization and Symbols in Technical Drawing
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SUBMODULE

list of enclosed subjects

  • CAD-CAM
  • LECTURES:28
  • SEMINARS:8
  • APPLIED PROJECT:8
  • TOTAL HOURS:58
  • TIMES: 1 SEMESTER/2nd YEAR
  • CREDITS:3
  • .The Administration of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM).
  • . Phases in the manufature of a product: The planning of the process and the production , machine process, calendar planning, administration and quality control.
  • CAM Systems: Manufacturing processes. Automation in manufacturing. Digital Tool Machinery. (DTM) ISO programming language DTM
  • . CAD Systems: Modelling in 2 and 3 dimensions.
  • CAD/CAM systems. Integration
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SUBMODULE

(list of enclosed subjects)

Technical Drawing

LECTURES:58

SEMINARS:10

APPLIED PROJECT:20

TOTAL HOURS: 88

TIMES: 2 SEMESTERS/FIRST YEAR

CREDITS: 5

  • . Drawing and graphic design materials, tools and techniques.
  • .Basic Geometric design/layout.
  • .Representation in dihedral systems.
  • .Representation in Axonometric Projection and Cavalier Perspective.
  • .Representation in Oblique and Front Conic Projection.
  • .Standardization and Symbols in Technical Drawing
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SUBMODULE

list of enclosed subjects

BASIC DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND MODELLING

LECTURES:28

SEMINARS:8

APPLIED PROJECT:8

TOTAL HOURS:58

TIMES: 1 SEMESTER/1st YEAR

CREDITS:3

  • Fundamentals of antropometrics, ergonomics and bionics.
  • Creativity, innovation, inventiveness.
  • Types of modelling, models and prototypes.
  • Market analyisis.
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SUBMODULE

list of enclosed subjects

Principles of material science

LECTURES:28

SEMINARS:8

APPLIED PROJECT:8

TOTAL HOURS:58

TIMES: 1 SEMESTER/1st YEAR

CREDITS:3

  • . Types and properties of materials.
  • . Mechanical testing. Composition and representation of tests. Calculation of testing in simple parts.
  • . Tests and measurements of the properties of materials used.
  • . Oxidisation and corrosion
  • . Internal structure and techniques used for the modification of the properties of metals.
  • . Changing into solid form and diagrams of the balances within metallic materials
  • . Heat treatment of steels.
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SUBMODULE

list of enclosed subjects

Basics of mathematics and physics in technical systems

LECTURES:58

SEMINARS:10

APPLIED PROJECT:20

TOTAL HOURS: 88

TIMES: 2 SEMESTERS/FIRST YEAR

CREDITS: 5

OBSERVATIONS: FIRST SEMESTER PHYSICS AND SECOND SEMESTER MATEMATICS

  • . Mechanics: Staticts and dynamic Principles
  • . Priciples of hydrostatics and neumatics (fluids).
  • . The theory of fields: electric, magnetic and electromagnetic.
  • . Thermodynamics: The Principals of Thermodynamics and thermal machines.
  • . Basic trigonometrics. (lineal Algebra)
  • . Differential and integral calculus.
  • . Vector calculus.
  • . Calculus with variable complexes: Phasors
  • . The Laplace and Fourier transformed.
  • . Numerics methods for the solving of the systems and no-lineal equations.
  • . The functions of transference in Physical systems. The concept of stability.
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SUBMODULE

list of enclosed subjects

Theory of technical systems and processes

Technology process and products

LECTURES:28

SEMINARS:8

APPLIED PROJECT:8

TOTAL HOURS:58

TIMES: 1 SEMESTER/2nd YEAR

CREDITS:3

. The market

. The production process.

. Marketing

. Quality Control.