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BK10A5400 Digitised Design and Production in Welded and 3D-printed Structures, 5 cr 
Code BK10A5400  Validity 01.08.2018 -
Name Digitised Design and Production in Welded and 3D-printed Structures  Abbreviation Digitised Desig 
Credits5 cr   
TypeBasic studies  
ClassCourse   
  Grading scaleStudy modules 0-5,P/F 
  Eligibility for post-graduate studiesno
    Allowed to study several timesno
Organisation LUT School of Energy Systems 

Teachers
Name
Timo Björk 
Eric Mvola Belinga 
Antti Salminen 
Tuomas Skriko 

Description by Study Guide
Note 

Location: Lappeenranta

 
Year 

M.Sc. (Tech.) 1

 
Period 

1-2

 
Teaching Language 

English

 
Teacher(s) in Charge 

Professor, D.Sc. (Tech.) Antti Salminen
(Changed 2.9.2019/TP)

 
Aims 

After completing the course, students:
- have an overview about all production phases of welded and 3D-printed structures (from material selection, design and fabrication to end-using and recycling)
- can define the essential phenomena involved in each process phase of production and can solve them
- understand how the digitalization can be utilized in order to enhance the efficiency of production.

 
Contents 

- Introduction: Examples of structures for demanding applications (ships, boats, cars, bridges, cranes, booms, beam and frame structures, vehicle frames, process equipment, silos, towers, pipes, chimneys, pressure vessels, shell structures, etc..)
- Digitalization of the production including design, fabrication processes and life cycle control
- Material selection based on needs from end users, fabrication and recycling
- Design for use and considering the requirements from fabrication, transportation, assembly, maintenance and recycling
- Design of manufacturing including pre-treatments, cutting, forming and machining processes, preparing of joints considering welding processes and finishing processes considering the aspect of strength and quality
- Design and life cycle control of structures based on calculation and monitoring
- Lead time and cost control
- Welding processes and automation
- Robotic applications in welding
- Optimization of welding application
- Control, sensing and intelligent welding systems (AI)
- Laser based production
- Additive manufacturing
- Design for laser based manufacturing
- Traceability and monitoring of parts and manufacturing processes
- Case studies of industrial applications

Group work including guided exercises concerning the production of a structural detail with documented report:
Geometrical design based on life cycle (loading) control and material selection, fabrication plan including different processes (e.g. cutting, forming, machining, joint preparing, bolting, welding, post-treating, etc.) and the option concerning 3D-printing, along with quality and inspection plan.

 
Teaching Methods 

Lectures 28 h, writing the report/homework under guiding 70 h, additional individual work 32 h. Total workload 130 h.

 
Examination in Examination schedule (Yes/No) 

No

 
Examination in Moodle (Yes/No) 

No

 
Examination in Exam (Yes/No) 

No

 
Assessment scale and assessment methods 

Scale of 0 - 5.

The grade is based on the quality of the documented report.

 
Course Materials 

Lectures in the Moodle.

 
Places for exchange-students? (Yes, number/No) 

max 10

 
Places for Open University Students?(Yes, number/No) 

max 5

 


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