Jan 22, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Academic Catalog and Student Handbook 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Academic Catalog and Student Handbook
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EML 5554 - Reverse Engineering and Design for Manufacturing


Credits: 3

Prerequisites: EGN 5470 - Advanced Engineering Math
Course Description: Students will complete a reverse engineering exercise that includes the acquisition and tear-down of an “old” product. The reverse engineering exercises will result in translating high level product attributes to detailed level product requirements and specifications. With detailed reverse engineering models and requirements student teams will generate multi-variable design performance equations and perform optimization analysis to find balance points between cost, time, performance and reliability. Design for manufacturing techniques will then be utilized to “redesign” the chosen product specifically for appropriate manufacturing and assembly techniques such as injection molding, machining, robotic assembly, and human assembly. Students will then create physical models and prototypes of components and systems for design verification and validation purposes.



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