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This is the study programme for 2019/2020. It is subject to change.


This course provides an introduction to Product Development and 3D-Modelling. In Product Development the focus is on the different processes which lead to the realization of a product including the identification of customer needs, demands on functionality as well as a systematic evaluation of alternative solutions of the product. 3D-Modelling focuses on formulation and generation of curves, surfaces and volume as well as the generation and representation of product data.

Learning outcome

The knowledge and understanding of: Processes that lead to the realization of a product. The fundamentals of the CAD-system and its functionality in product design and development. The mathematical basis for making digital geometric models. The storage and exchange of product data.
Skills in: Use of CAD-software in 3D modelling for product design and development.

Contents

The course is an introduction to product development and 3D modelling. The part on product development focuses on processes that lead to the final product. The kernel in 3D modelling is on the creation of curves, surfaces and solids as well as on linear transformations. The student will learn about fundamental principles in computer graphics and the representation of wireframe, surface and solid models. Applications with CAD-software in product development and 3D modelling.

Required prerequisite knowledge

None.

Recommended previous knowledge

ING120 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering, MAT100 Mathematical Methods 1, MAT200 Mathematical Methods 2

Exam

Weight Duration Marks Aid
Written exam1/13 hoursA - FValid calculator.

Coursework requirements

Mandatory assignments, Work requirements in CAD
There is 4 mandatory assignments.
Further, work requirements are 3 works in CAD with mandatory attendance and hand-ins.
All mandatory activities must be approved in order to access the written exam.

Course teacher(s)

Course coordinator
Ove Mikkelsen
Course teacher
Ove Mikkelsen , Chandima Ratnayake Ratnayake Mudiyanselage
Coordinator laboratory exercises
Adugna Deressa Akessa
Head of Department
Tor Henning Hemmingsen

Method of work

Lectures and exercises/laboratory exercises,six hours per week. Lecture language is Norwegian but part of the course is taught in English.
Submissions, assignments and participation in laboratory exercises are mandatory.

Open to

Mechanical Engineering - Bachelor's Degree Programme, specialization in Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

Course assessment

By form and/or by discussions in class in accordance with university regulations.

Literature

1. Ulrich, K., and Eppinger, S., (2011), Product Design and Development, Mc Graw Hill, ISBN 978-0073404776, 5th Edition 2011
2. Ove Mikkelsen, MSK 220 CAD and 3D modelling, Mc Graw Hill Create (e-book )
Link to e-book is available at the start of the course.
Other literature is under consideration.
3. Handouts


This is the study programme for 2019/2020. It is subject to change.

Sist oppdatert: 15.12.2019