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Lectures:
- Introduction to digital factory management
- Information management in digital factories
- Process of manufacture, -modeling and -simulation
- assembly planning, NC-planning, robots planning
- virtual execution
- IT solutions for productive factory management
- link-up of digital assembly process development with digital product development

Tutorial:
- Introduction to Information management of digital factories
- NC-planning
- Roboters planning
- Virtual human models and planning of manual assemblies
- Modeling of factory structures
- Material flow simulation
- Chain tolerance simulation

Objectives

Students learn to estimate and use targeted methods and tools for digital factories. Students will get imparted following knowledge:
- Informations technical support of process planning
- Use cases, Applications and manners of functioning of tools for digital factories
- Methods and approaches of digital assembly process planning

-Modeling and -simulation to estimate the producibility of products

Students will learn following abilities:
Students get versed to understand and use digital tools of process planning, among other areas:
- Digital assembly planning and -simulation,
- NC-planning and -simulation,
- Roboter planning and -simulation,
- Logistics planning and -simulation,
- Factorie structure planning and
- Quality management.
- further students get the ability to use product-data-management-systems.

following competencies will be imparted to students:

- Proficiency to analyze und estimate the producibility of Products
- Estimation and evaluation of results of assembly-process-simulation

Target audience

Suitable courses of study:
- Master mechanical engineering,
- Master Production techniques,
- Master information techniques in engineering industry,
- Master engineering economics information- and Communication systems
- Master Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen mechanical engineering

Requirements:

obligatory:
none

preferable:
- knowledge of "Technologies of virtual Product development I" or "Basic Principles/Applications of Industrial Information technology;
- Knowledge of production techniques and process planning.

Extent

Modulcomponents
Kind
SWS
LP(ECTS)
lecture
ca. 1,5
2
tutorial
ca 2,5
4

Effort and performance points(LP):

Lecture: 30h
Exam Prepartion (about lecture): 30h

Excercises: 20 h
Project: 100h

Sum: 180 h = 6 LP

Application

Registration for tutorials (via ISIS):

Link: https://isis.tu-berlin.de/course/view.php?id=15898

Registration for exam (via QISPOS):

until 31.05.2019

Link: http://www.tu-berlin.de/?id=65693

Lecture

Time:

Wednesday, 14:00 - 16:00 o'clock

Start: 18.04.2018

End: 27.06.2018

Location:

PTZ 507

 

All course materials are provided on ISIS.

Link to ISIS course: https://isis.tu-berlin.de/course/view.php?id=15898

 

 

Tutorial

The excercise is organized as a project course. At the start of the semester within 2 weeks exercise tutorials are held for the applied methodology and used software. Afterwards the project task is handed out to teams of 4-8 participants at a Kick-Off-Meeting. Project results will be presented in 2 design reviews. At the end of the semester the tutorial concludes with a final results presentation.

Time:

See course description in ISIS.

Location:

VELC PTZ 514

Exam

portfolio exam

  • 1x written exam (33% = 2 of 6 CP)
  • 1x tutorial/project (66% = 4 of 6 CP)

written exam:

Date: 23.07.2019, Start: 13:30

Location: PTZ 001

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Lecturer

Prof. Dr.-Ing. R. Stark
Phone: +49 (0)30 314 25414
Room PTZ 502

Contact

M.Sc. Anton Dybov
phone: +49 (0)30 39006 471
Room PTZ 531