Course syllabus

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PPU080 Advanced computer aided design lp1 HT19 (7.5 hp)

Course is offered by the department of Industrial and Materials Science

Contact details

Examiner and Lecturer
Lars Lindkvist, Assoc. Prof.
E-mail: lali@chalmers.se.
Department of Industrial and Materials Science, Hörsalsvägen 7A, 5th floor.

Lecturer PDM
Dag Bergsjö, Assoc. Prof.
E-mail: dagb@chalmers.se.
Department of Industrial and Materials Science, Hörsalsvägen 7A, 5th floor.

Project Supervisors

Andreas Dagman, Senior Lecturer
E-mail: andreas.dagman@chalmers.se.
Department of Industrial and Materials Science, Hörsalsvägen 7A, 5th floor.

Abolfazl Rezaei Aderiani, PhD Student
E-mail: aderiani@chalmers.se

Department of Industrial and Materials Science, Hörsalsvägen 7A, 5th floor.

Vaishak Sagar, PhD Student
E-mail: vaishak@chalmers.se.
Department of Industrial and Materials Science, Hörsalsvägen 7A, 5th floor.

Mohsen Bayani, Industrial PhD Student
E-mail: bayani@chalmers.se.
Department of Industrial and Materials Science, Hörsalsvägen 7A, 5th floor.

Chidambaram Sathappan, Senior Master Student
E-mail: chisat@student.chalmers.se.

Aswin Dhananjai Krishnaswamy , Senior Master Student
E-mail: aswind@student.chalmers.se.

Course purpose

The course Advanced Computer Aided Design aims to provide an overview of the area IT support for product geometry development with focus on the use of CAD and CAT (Computer Aided Tolerancing) systems. 

Schedule

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Course literature

  • CATIA BASIC TRAINING, downloadable from Canvas (Part 1-3)
  • CATIA SURFACE TRAINING, downloadable from Canvas
  • Lecture OH, downloadable from Canvas
  • RD&T training material, downloadable from Canvas

Course design

The course is organized around a series of lectures and a project work. The project work is a large part of the course where the student will train their skills on using CAD and CAT software for geometry development.

Changes made since the last occasion

 

Learning objectives and syllabus

Learning objectives:

-* Evaluate the need for and potential of using IT support for the geometry process
-* Create parameterized, rule-based solid models of parts and assemblies
-* Create advanced surface models
-* Describe the functionality of CAD and CAT systems
-* Describe fundamental mathematical and computer science methods used in modern CAD systems
-* Describe fundamental mathematical methods used in modern CAT systems
-* Use CAD and CAT systems as tools in an integrated product development processes
-* Describe important trends in the area of IT support for geometry development
-* Describe fundamental functionality of PDM systems
-* Use PDM systems for vaulting and version control of engineering data
-* Independently obtain knowledge about how to solve engineering tasks

Link to the syllabus on Studieportalen.

Study plan

Examination form

Written exam, project work demonstration and report. The final grade will be based on 50% of the result on the written exam and 50% on the grade for the project.

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