FEKT-BPC-TMOAcad. year: 2019/2020
Mastering the work through the electronic product definition method. As opposed to the classical way of Technological Preparation of Production, when the development of the product as a whole is carried out by several workgroups and minute co-ordination of the activities is necessary, this method represents a solution that connects the individual „isles“ into one logical whole from the form of the design to the connection with the production itself. The teaching in the created simultaneous environment, common work on one task. Simulating the technological preparation of production, analyis with the input of the simulation programs into the process of technological preparation of production, simulation of kinematics, finite element method, finite volume method, heat conductivity.
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The student will be acquainted with the EPD - Electronic Product Definition principle - electronic product definition.
- Student will know SolidWorks system:
- creating complex 3D volume models,
- Creating 3D assemblies with collision analysis, overlaps and animation * .avi
- derivation of the 3D drawings of parts by volume.
- has an overview of PDM, PLM, and ERP systems as a CAD system upgrade.
- Has an overview of CAE systems, SolidWorks Simulation Extensions capabilities for simulations on 3D volume volumes generated in electronic computing cooling calculations.
- has an overview of the possibilities of creating a NC code.
The subject knowledge on the Bachelor´s degree level is requested.
Recommended optional programme components
Recommended or required reading
MAXA, J. Třírozměrné modelování a simulace, VUT FEKT, Brno, 2014 (CS)
Planned learning activities and teaching methods
Lecture are conducted by using PowerPoint presentation, short video - clips and films and discussion with students. Exercising are divided on computer and reckoning exercising. Students have to write a single project/assignment during the course.
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes
30 count - work over semester
70 count - test in last semester
Language of instruction
1. Method of technical preparation of the production before IT, significant change coming with IT (CAD, PDM, PLM, ERP, CAE, CAM systems).
2. Computer Aided Design (CAD), computer-aided design, latest development, 2D, 3D, explicit and parametric modeling.
3. Parametric modeling principles, Electronic product definition EPD (Electronic Product Definition).
4. Drawing documentation during 3D volume modeling.
5. PDM as a CAD superstructure. Product Data Management (PDM) - Enterprise data management and management as a system for managing and managing product data and related workflows: CAD models, drawings, BOMs, parts data, product specifications, NC programs, analysis results, related Correspondence, etc., document versioning. PDM users: developers, designers, factory workers, project managers, people from sales, marketing, purchasing, finance, who can also contribute to product design.
6. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) - Product lifecycle management as a product lifecycle management process from the first idea through design, construction and production to product servicing and disposal. PLM as the central repository for information: sales dealers' notes, catalogs, customer responses, marketing plans, archived project plans, and other information gathered over the lifetime of each product.
7. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Enterprise Resource Planning. Enterprise system for computer management and integration of planning, inventory, purchasing, sales, marketing, finance, human resources, etc.
8. Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) - engineering analysis, economic benefits, relationship to experimental tests.
9. Finite element method - basics, use.
10. Finite Volume Method - Fundamentals, Use, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Fluid Dynamics Calculations.
11. Computer Aided Manufacturing - computer-controlled production, computer-aided manufacturing. Use of specialized programs and equipment to automate the production, assembling and control of products.
12. Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM), Computer Production Support. Laboratory methodology for creating NC code.
13. CAD, CAM, CAE, PDM, PLM, ERP, CAM – views.
1. SolidWorks - creation of linear 3D shapes.
2. SolidWorks - Creating 3D Rotational Shapes, How to Make a 3D Volume Model for Conversion to ANSYS.
3. SolidWorks - Editing a Modeling History.
4. SolidWorks - assembly, collision control, overlap control about the preparation of a 3D volume model for conversion to ANSYS.
5. SolidWorks - derived drawings from a 3D volume model.
6. Project assignment
7. Project work
8. Project work
9. Work on the project
10. Making video presentations of finished models in the * .avi code
11. Mathematical Physical Analysis with SolidWorks Flow Simulation
12. Creating a program to control a machining center from existing 3D volume units. The created program is simulated in the NC Verifier.
13. Credit test
The goal of the subject is to acquaint students with the new trend in the technical preparation of production, which will solve the development by complex deployment of the system from development to production. Students will learn how to create 3D volume models that assemble into assemblies with collision controls and overlapping errors searching that occurred only when assembling or functional testing of a sample. Performs corrections in individual models. He produces technical documentation from finished parts and reports. They acquire an overview of mathematical and physical simulations for the analysis of the problem and the creation of the NC program for the production.
Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences
The content and forms of instruction in the evaluated course are specified by a regulation issued by the lecturer responsible for the course and updated for every academic year.