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TECH 331 Statistics in Manufacturing (2) Two hours lecture, two hours laboratory. Topics include probability and probability distributions, sampling methods, statistical process control, hypothesis testing, regression and correlation analysis, and experiment design. Laboratory exercises include development and implementation of experiments, data collection, and design of experiments. Use of both a calculator and various statistical computer software packages are required for problem solving and report generation. Prerequisites: MATH 215 or MATH 230.
TECH 343 Servo and Non-Servo Hydraulics (3) Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory. Broad overview of the principles of servo and non-servo fluid power systems and the components that comprise these systems. Lecture and laboratory topics include pumps, linear and rotary actuators, control devices, and fluid conductors. Prerequisites: PHYS 175, MATH 215, and TECH 261.
TECH 351 Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer (3) Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory. Broad overview of the principles of thermodynamics and heat transfer and the industrial applications that use these principles. Prerequisites: MATH 215 and PHYS 176.
TECH 362 Manufacturing (3) Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory. This course includes an introduction into the design and implementation of contemporary manufacturing systems. Single and multiple station, manual, mixed mode, automated, and flexible manufacturing systems are covered. Numerical analysis of these systems to determine production rates, product cost, defect rates, and efficiency will be performed. During the lab students will learn to program and operate various types of production hardware including - CNC turning and milling machines. Prerequisites: Junior standing in industrial supervision or advanced manufacturing or consent of instructor.
TECH 367 Advanced Manufacturing (3) Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory. Enhancement of knowledge of advanced manufacturing principles and concepts of quality control; work and material requirements planning; automated manufacturing; and mass production methods. Prerequisite: TECH 362.
TECH 385 Electrical Machines and Distribution Systems (3) Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory. Study of basic D.C. and A.C. circuit analysis, power distribution, and power machinery applications. The laboratory exercises provide an opportunity for hands-on experience with electrical machinery. Prerequisite: MATH 215 or MATH 230.
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