|Automatic Assembly Systems Design
|Abbreviation: PAMS||Load: 30(L)
|Lecturers in charge: ||prof. dr. sc. Bojan Jerbić
prof. dr. sc. Zoran Kunica
|Lecturers: ||dr. sc. Bojan Šekoranja
dr. sc. Marko Švaco
Lectures, Design exercises
|Course description: Course objectives:
Acquiring of knowledge necessary for: Design of elements of automatic assembly systems, theirs integration in to complete system, simulation of assembly process and programing of assembly system.
Enrolment requirements and required entry competences for the course:
Regularly attendance of exercises and lectures. Successful completion of FESTO didactic laboratory exercises.
Grading and evaluation of student work over the course of instruction and at a final exam:
The evaluation is based on regularity of attendance of exercises and lectures (5 %), sucess on the final exam (85 %) and the sucess on the laboratory exercises (10 %).
Methods of monitoring quality that ensure acquisition of exit competences:
Coverage of quality:
immediately in the classroom, in direct communication with the students (student questions and discussion);
periodically, according to the processed education content, by grading of practical exercise colloquiums;
exposition/discussing of results (scores) instructing students how to achieve better results.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to (learning outcomes):
analyse assemblability of a product;
define a process of automatic assembly;
determine (choose or design) principal technical solutions of assembly equipment;
design an integrated automatic assembly system by a computer.
1. Assembly products design methods and principles.
2. Assembly products design DFA method for automatic and robotic assembly.
3. Function of handling: definitions and symbols.
4. Elements of automatic assembly systems: containers, mechanical feeders.
5. Vibratory feeders.
6. Feed tracks.
7. Escapements. Manipulators. Assembly robots.
8. Design of the assembly plan.
9. Design methodology of assembly systems.
10. Grippers and clamping devices.
11. Transfer devices. Automatic screwdriving. Automatic rivetting.
12. Software support for the design of automatic assembly systems.
13. Software support for the design of automatic assembly systems.
14. Software support for the design of automatic assembly systems.
15. Investment and assembly costs calculation.
1. Design of products for assembly DFA method, Automatic Assembly.
2. Design of products for assembly DFA method, Robotic Assembly.
3. Calculation and selection of standard components for automatic assembly systems.
4. Calculation and selection of standard components for automatic assembly systems.
5. Design of nonstandard elements using CAD.
6. Design of nonstandard elements using CAD.
7. Design of nonstandard elements using CAD.
8. Design of assembly plan.
9. Design of assembly system using CAD.
10. Design of assembly system using CAD.
11. Design of assembly system using CAD.
12. Simulation of system work.
13. Simulation of system work.
14. Programming of system.
15. Programming of system.
|1. ||G. Boothroyd, Assembly automation and product design, Marcel Dekker, New York, 1992.
|2. ||B. Lotter, Wirtschaftliche montage, ISBN 3-18-400709-X, VDI Verlag, Duesseldorf, 1986.
|3. ||H. K. Rampersad, Integrated and simultaneous design for robotic assembly, John Wiley & sons ltd., ISBN 0471954667, New York, 1995.
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