EN.530.414: Computer Aided Design - Fall 2014:
   3 Hours/week; 3 Credits; Homewood Campus, Maryland 30
   EN.530.414.1:Thursday 12:00 PM –   2:50 PM
   EN.530.414.2:Thursday   3:00 PM –   5:50 PM
   EN.530.414.3:Friday        9:00 AM – 11:50 PM

The course outlines modern solid modeling design, analysis, simulation, and manufacturing of mechanical systems. Theoretical focus is given to fundamental Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) concepts. These are sustained by numerous practical examples to provide the student with intensive hands-on experience with CAD/CAM. Implementations use the Creo (former Pro/Engineer) design package (PTC Inc). The course has an intensive schedule covering aspects of solid modeling design, assemblies, mechanism design, dynamics, structural analysis, simulation, and manufacturing spanning an entire range of product development, from creative concept through detailed product definition to prototype development and serviceability. Knowledge acquired will likely reflect in the way that students express and implement engineering ideas. The course will enable students to use powerful design tools in their future classes and work. For additional information please see this class descripton and syllabus.

EP 535.625: Advanced CAD Modeling, Analysis, and Manufacturing   
   Homewood Campus Maryland 226 and URobotics Lab (JHBMC, MFL-W115)

The course presents advanced mechanical design techniques using the Creo (PTC, Inc.) CAD/CAM software. The course gives advanced methods and techniques about assembly management and mechanism design, kinematic and dynamic analyses, structural analyses (FEA), and CNC manufacturing. The material is presented based on extensive hands on examples. The CAM sections includes practical examples with 3-5 axes Vertical Machining Centers (HAAS FV-1&2) and a Turning CNC center (HAAS SL-20).

ME 530.114: Introduction to Computer Aided Design
   Winter Intersession

   Homewood Campus, Maryland 226

The course gives an introduction to 3D modeling and computer drafting using Creo.

The University Intranet provides free access to PTC software for educational purposes.


Dan Stoianovici, PhD


Teaching Assistants:
Session 1: Joshua Meyerson
Session 2: Ari Messenger
Session 3: William Wagers




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