APPLIED MECHANICAL MANUFACTURING

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COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To provide students with skills on the applied ways to plan, coordinate, budget and produce all the cost-analysis of product manufacturing from their developmental to their completion stage.
  • To equip students with practical applications of the technical, professional and managerial aspects of manufacturing heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, plumbing, elevators and electrical power generation systems of buildings.
  • To help students to learn how to come out with business plans and proposals for the manufacture of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, plumbing, elevators and electrical power generation systems of buildings.
  • To inculcate in students the practical skills of using computer aided softwares in the manufacture of products.
  • To train students to gain practical knowledge on the standard safety procedures and material processing methods of in a manufacturing company.
  • To provide students with practical skills in the manufacture of the physical and mechanical systems of construction materials.

COURSE OUTCOMES

Having successfully completed this course, the student should be able to;

  • Produce designs and come out with products that will help in the implementation of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, plumbing, elevators and electrical power generation systems of a construction project.
  • Perform analysis of production cost, labour cost and create budget plans for the installation of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, plumbing, elevators and electrical power generation systems of a construction project.
  • Create business development proposal plans for the implementation of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, plumbing, elevators and electrical power generation systems of a building.
  • Have marketing skills in the distribution of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, plumbing, elevators and electrical power generation systems to building contractors in the construction industry.
  • Use computer aided softwares in the manufacture of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, plumbing, elevators and electrical power generation systems.
  • Inculcate standard safety measures in a manufacturing company.
  • Perform effectively in the management of a manufacturing company.
  • Use the practical skills gained in the manufacture of physical and mechanical construction materials.

COURSE CONTENT

  1. PRODUCT DESIGN

This module seeks to provide students with practical skills in the development of design concepts using computer aided softwares for the manufacture of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, plumbing, elevators and electrical power generation systems of a construction project.

  1. COST ANALYSIS AND FORECAST

This models seeks to put in place practical work related to creation of the budget , labor and production cost in the use of materials and equipments for the manufacture and development of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, plumbing, elevators and electrical power generation systems of a construction project.

  1. PROPOSAL SUBMISSION

The key aim of this module is for students to gain skills in the development of proposals including the design layout and specification of the manufacture of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, plumbing, elevators and electrical power generation products for a building.

  1. TECHNICAL FLOW

This module seeks to help students to apply marketing strategies in the distribution of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, plumbing, elevators and electrical power generation systems for a building as well as reading datasheets for

  1. MECHANICAL MANUFACTURING WORKFLOW

This module is to provide students with skills that relates to the operations of the manufacturing industry in terms of production, coordination, review and implementation of product designs to the final stage of the development of a product.

  1. MATERIAL AND PROCESS MANAFACTURING

This module seeks to equip students with practical skills on the physical and mechanical properties of construction materials; portland cement concrete, bituminous materials, wood, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, glass, plastics and masonry units; proportioning of concrete mixtures including admixtures.

  1. COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING

This module seeks to help students to apply the use of computer aided softwares such as AutoCAD, inventor HSM Express, Fusion 360 and HSMWorks and HSMXpress in the manufacture of mechanical products.

  1. SAFETY PROCEDURES

This module seeks to provide student with hands-on –experience on the safety procedures observed at a manufacturing company including performance test codes, work safety designs, hazard controls and documentation and notice.

  1. FACTORY MANAGEMENT

This module deals with the practical know-how involving the validation, development, practical feasibility studies, costing and economic analysis during the manufacturing process of a product.

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