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Overview Lectures from the spring period 2020 (only in german)
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werkstoff2
Engineering Materials and Production II


Lecture:

The lecture contains two parts:
For metallic materials fatigue and heat treatment will be discussed. Physical properties such as thermal, electric and magnetic properties will be examined. Important iron- and non-iron- alloys will be introduced and their cases of applications will be discussed.
In the second part of the lecture the structure and the properties of the high polymers and ceramics will be discussed. Important subareas are the crystalline and non-crystalline materials and the porous solid bodies, the thermal- mechanical engineering material behaviour, as well as the probabilistic fracture mechanics. Beside the mechanic- the physical-properties will be also discussed. Engineering material related fundamentals of the productions engineering will be discussed.

K.Wegener
J.Weixler
D.Keller
H.Klippel

M.Putzer
F.Stoop

B.Berisha

     
wahlfach-fertigungstechnik
Manufacturing

Lecture:

Fundamental terms of productions engineering, plastic deformation, machining, Lasermachining, Mechatronic in the productions machine construction, Quality assurance, Process chain planning.

  • Lecture and exercises overview on pages: 3-5 from the lecture plan
K.Wegener
P.Hora
S.Weikert
S.Fabbro

D.Frey
     
produktionsmaschinen1
Production Machines I

Lecture:

Basics of the machine tool design, Six-point principal is shown. Components of machine tools (foundations, frames, bearings, guides, measuring systems, drives and their control) and their types of machine designs. Terminology, classification and quality characteristics. Special components and selected types of forming machines and there design and dimensioning. Insight into safety of machinery and automation.

  • Lecture and exercises overview on page: 6 from the lecture plan
K.Wegener
S.Weikert
M.Afrasiabi
     
fertigungstechnik2
Manufacturing II

Lecture:

Modern manufacturing methods like rapidly prototyping and rapid Tooling, high-speed cutting and processing of hard materials, machininig with laser beams and waterjet, manufacturing in sheet metal, and of gears. CAD - CAM coupling, strategies of the process selection. Devices, principle considerations for relationship between production and environment. Waste disposal engineering, disposal-fair designing.

  • Lecture and exercises overview on page: 7 from the lecture plan
K.Wegener
A.Spierings
S.Weikert
M.Postel
M.Schmid
M.Lucas
     
dimensionieren2
Engineering Design II

Lecture:

Machine parts as shaft - hub - connections, welded and brazed joints, springs, screws, roller and slide bearings, transmissions, gears, clutch and brake are discussed. The course covers for all the machine elements their functionality, their application and limits of applicability and the dimensioning is as well as their practical applications. Exercises show the solution of practical problems. Partly practical problems are solved by the students for their own.

K.Wegener
S.Weikert
N.Ceresa
A.Zschippang
     
hydraulik
Oil-Hydraulics and Pneumatics

Lecture:

Significans of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, general definitions and typical application examples.
Review of important fluid-mechanical principles as compressibility, flow through orifices and friction losses in line-systems.
Components of hydraulic and pneumatic systems as pumps, motors, cylinders, control valves for direction, pressure and flow, proportional- and servo-valves, their function and structural composition.
Basic circuit concepts of hydraulic and pneumatic control systems.
Dynamical behaviour and state-feedback-control of servohydraulic and -pneumatic drives.

J.Lodewyks
F.Soffel
     
VR1
Visualization, Simulation and Interaction - Virtual Reality I

Lecture:

Introduction into the world of Virtual Reality; Development of VR technologies; Introduction to 3D computer graphics; the virtual space; geometric modeling and transformation; physical based simulation; human factors; the virtual environment; devices for virtual environment; display technologies; tracking systems; data glove; interaction in virtual environments; typical interactions in virtual reality systems; navigation; collision detection; haptic and tactile interaction; geometry generation in real time; VR systems; usage of virtual environments in technical applications; virtual mockup; data exchange; data conversion; augmented reality; usage of virtual reality in industry; integration of virtual reality into the product development process.

A.Kunz
C.Hirt
V.Gorobets


     
qualitaetssicherung
Metrology for Production - Metrology of Workpieces


Lecture:

- basics, like kinematic mounting
- definition and evaluation of size, location, form, roughness
- thermal influences on size, location, form
- measurement uncertainty
- coordinate metrology and 3D coordinate measuring machines
- areal form testing (vision systems)
- quality assurance system according to ISO 9001
- statistical process control
- metrology in the manufacturing process
- statistical process control, process and machine tool capability

  • Lecture and exercises overview on page: 11 from the lecture plan
A.Günther
S.Weikert
S.Böhl
     
automazisierungstechnik

Automation Technology

Lecture:

The automation of production lines will be dealt as interdisciplinary topic. The course contains:
- elementary elements of automatized systems
- Chain of action: sensors, signalisation, control and closed loop control, power electronics, actors
- Conception, description, computation, layout, design and simulation
- Availability and reliability
- Modern concepts

  • Lecture and exercises overview on page: 12 from the lecture plan
K.Wegener
H.Wild
M.Maier
U.Hudomalj
     
ecodesign-s
Ecodesign - Environmental-Oriented Product Develepment

Lecture:

Ecodesign has a great potential to improve the environmental performance of a product.
Main topics of the lecture: Motivation for Ecodesign; Methodical basics (defining environmental aspects; improvement strageies and measures); Ecodesign implementation (systematic guidance on integrating environmental considerations into product development) in a small project.

  • Lecture and exercises overview on page: 13 from the lecture plan
R.Züst

Engineering Tools IV

Systems Engineering for Project Work

Abstract:

The course is about a methodical basis of systematic project work, with a focus on demanding interdisciplinary problems. The participants will be shown how to use it appropriately and correctly in their projects. This short course is based on the "Systems Engineering" (SE) method, which was developed at the ETH.

R.Züst
   
Planning of Human Work

Abstract:

This course gives an introduction into the planning and optimization of human work procedures in industry as a basis for the determination of personnel requirements. By using Methods of Time Management (MTM) it is shown, how work procedures are modelled in the different abstracted layers.
MTM is the benchmark for time in process elements - an international standard.

P.Acél
   
Introduction to Design of Experiments (DOE)

Abstract:

The course introduces to linear modelling of processes via "Design of Experiments". DOE is an actively generated regression analysis for fast and economic determination of input parameters to achieve an optimal output with a reduced number of experiments.

B.Rüttimann

Laboratory Practice

Enrollment is only possible under http://www.mavt.ethz.ch/praktika

Selected laboratory experiments in physics, mechanical and process engineering. With the Laboratory Training held during the fourth and fifth semester, the students learn how to handle and apply measurement methods and devices. Students are offered a diversified choice of laboratory experiments at least ten of which must be completed. Four of the chosen experiments must be in physics.

 

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