Exercise for Machine Shop Practice
|Numbering Code||U-ENG25 25061 PJ71||Year/Term||2021 ・ Second semester|
|Number of Credits||1||Course Type||Practical training|
|Target Year||Target Student|
MATSUBARA ATSUSHI (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
KOUNO DAISUKE (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
NAKABE KAZUYOSHI (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
NISHIWAKI SHINJI (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
Part-time Lecturer (Part-time Lecturer)
|Outline and Purpose of the Course||
In this training, you will gain general knowledge and experience regarding manufacturing.
This training consists of the following three.
(1) Machine manufacturing training to practice the process of creating parts with various machine tools
(2) Lectures by faculty members and mechanical engineers outside the university
(3) Factory tour
Machine manufacturing training will be conducted intensively for about a week from August to September in the machine workshop on the Katsura campus. In particular, we will focus on manufacturing parts for Stirling engines and evaluate performance after assembly. In addition, we will assemble and disassemble commercially available engines to deepen our understanding of actual mechanical elements and systems.
In the lecture, in addition to faculty members, mechanical engineers engaged in design, manufacturing, management, etc. at machine makers were invited as lecturers, and examples of machine development, knowledge of machine technology required in the field, engine operating principles, etc. Lecture on safety engineering.
In the factory tour, you will tour the factory of the manufacturer and learn about the actual manufacturing in society.
|Course Goals||Experience the basics of machining such as turning, milling, and drilling, and acquire basic knowledge about machine tools, machining methods, tools, measurement, machining accuracy, etc. through practical learning. Gain general knowledge about safety and manufacturing.|
|Schedule and Contents||
Machine tool lecture: 1 time (1 hour)
Lecture on basic knowledge for safely using machine tools (lathes, milling machines, drilling machines) used in practical training.
Stirling engine production training: 3 times (18 hours in total)
Practicing the production of round parts (cylinders, bores, etc.) by lathe work, the production of plates (pedestals, etc.) by milling work, assembly, finishing, and evaluation of rotation speed, and manufacturing Stirling engines in pairs.
Engine operating principle: 1 time (1.5 hours)
Learn the basic knowledge of Stirling engine and diesel engine.
Engine assembly / disassembly: 1 time (7 hours)
Understand the basics of engine mechanism and machine assembly principles through the assembly and disassembly of commercially available diesel engines.
Introduction to Safety Engineering: Once (3 hours)
Lectures and discussions will be given on the mechanism of occupational accidents that occur in factories, disaster prevention technology, fall accidents, malfunctions / malfunctions in crane work, system safety in the equipment industry, etc.
Mr. Kunihito Sato, Sato R & D
Manufacturing Seminar: 4 times (1.5 hours each)
Machine engineers engaged in design, manufacturing, management, etc. will be invited as lecturers to give lectures on actual examples of machine development and knowledge of machine technology required in the field.
Mr. Atsushi Iejo, Okuma Corporation
Mr. Shinjiro Yukawa, Office YUKAWA
Mr. Takao Kusuura, TechnoProducer Co., Ltd.
Mr. Takashi Iwasaki, Kyoto University (formerly Mitsubishi Electric)
Factory tour: 1 time (actual time of the tour is about 4 hours)
Tour the factories of manufacturers in the Kansai region and learn about the actual manufacturing in society.
|Evaluation Methods and Policy||For the credit, students are in principle required to participate in all the classes, and to submit all the reports.|
|Study outside of Class (preparation and review)||
The review of the class is reuired for repoert writing.
The preparation for the class is occasionally required. The content for the preparation is given through PandA.
|Textbooks||Textbooks/References||A textbook will be handed out in class.|
|Courses delivered by Instructors with Practical Work Experience||
A course with practical content delivered by instructors with practical work experience