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MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS AND PRODUCT DESIGN

December 16 - December 20

Overview of the Course:

As competition grows from world-class manufacturers, engineering designers must critically examine their product design strategies. Competing in a global market requires the adaptation of modern technology to yield flexible, multifunctional products that are better, cheaper, and more intelligent than others. New product development procedures today use increasingly sophisticated solutions to streamline and speed product development as well as improve overall product quality. Traditional approach regarded users and consumers as passive consumers. Producers believed that if they develop a good quality product, that would satisfy their users, and they thought its functions are utilities. The course will cover design thinking by hardware in the loop, Triz, axiomatic design. Case studies will cover interdisciplinary approaches to coursework, experiential learning, and projects. Issues on balancing fundamental theory and modeling methods with system level issues of hardware components, interfacing requirements, simulation and programming tools, and practical applications of Mechatronics systems, Robotics and Industry 4.0 will be discussed.

Course Contents:

Module A:

  •  Introduction to Mechatronics Design Process
  • Simulation and Modeling trends in
    Mechatronics
  • Block diagram approach, Physical Modeling from actual system to physical model
    Module B:
  •  Physics based models, Hardware in the loop design
    methodology
  •  Product Configuration and Product Design for
    Function
  •  Creative Problem Solving applied to Product Design
     Laboratory exercises with Mechatronics Technology
    Demonstrator

Module C:

  • Design Thinking approaches, TRIZ, Axiomatic Design and Structured Innovation
  • Design for Assembly, Design for Disassembly and Maintenance for Mechatronics Products
  • Evaluation of Mechatronics Case Studies
    Module D:
  •  Sensors, Actuators and Hardware Components
  • Additive Manufacturing in Product Design
  •  Achieving Sustainability in Mechatronics Product  Design
    Module E:
  • Digital Manufacturing and Product Prototyping
  • Cyber physical Systems
  •  Industry 4.0

About the Institute and Warangal:

National Institute of Technology, Warangal (NITW) formerly known as RECW is the first among seventeen RECs set up in 1959. Over the years, the Institute has established itself as a premier Institution in imparting technical education of a very high standard, leading to B. Tech., M. Tech. and Ph.D. programmes in Science and Engineering streams. Warangal is situated at a distance of 140 km from Hyderabad and well connected by rail and road. NIT, Warangal campus is 2 km away from Kazipet railway station and 12 km away from Warangal railway station

Venue

Department of Mechanical Engineering National Institute of Technology, Warangal
National Institute of Technology Campus, Hanamkonda, Telangana 506004
Warangal, Telangana India

Organizer

Dr. V. Vasu,Department of Mechanical Engineering NIT,Warangal