COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN

EN.530.414
Computer Aided Design - Fall 2016

Professor Dan Stoianovici, PhD

3 Credits, JHU Homewood Campus

Session

Time

Location Teaching Assistant
EN.530.414.1

Mon 12:00 PM –   2:50 PM

Maryland 226 Emerson Walsh
EN.530.414.2 Mon 3:00 PM –   5:50 PM Maryland 226 Camden Schreeder
EN.530.414.3 Tue 3:00 PM –   5:50 PM Maryland 310 Anna Goodridge
EN.530.414.4 Tue 12:00 PM –   2:50 PM Maryland 310 Sunghwan Lim

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 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.

Phone: 410 550 1980            Email: dss@jhu.edu