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  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

    Subject area of studies: Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering

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    Course code: 06.1-WM-MiBM-S1-TM-01_12

    06.1-WM-MiBM-N1-TM-01_12

    Type of course: Compulsory

    Language of ins truc t ion: Polish

    Direc tor of studies: Dr in. Tadeusz Szmigielski

    Name of lec turer : Dr in. Tadeusz Szmigielski, dr in. Mariusz Michalski, mgr in. Pawe Schlafka

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    Ful l - t ime studies

    Lecture 30 2 Exam

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    Laboratory 30 2 Grade

    Seminar

    Workshop

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    OURSE AIMS: The aim of the course is to acquire knowledge and skills in a broad sense to prepare for casting processes: conventional alloys, allowing the development of technical documentation to perform: patterns, core boxes, forms, etc., practical skills of making the mold, familiar with the process: melting and working outside furnace melt solidification and cooling of casting, stamping, cleaning and finishing of castings, construction technology learn the principles received cast in sand molds and metal.

    PREREQUISITES: Manufacturing engineering.

  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

    Subject area of studies: Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering

    COURSE CONTENTS: Lecture content: The organizational structure of the foundry. Requirements for the production of cast parts. Rules for the drafting process of the production of castings. Implementation foundry processes in sand casting, depending on the alloy. Implementation processes of casting in metal molds. Processes furnace smelting and processing molten metal. Pouring processes. Heat transfer in the metal-mold system. Solidification and cooling of castings. Shrinkage phenomenon in castings. Rules fueling of castings. Stamping processes, treatment and finishing of castings. Quality control of castings. Casting defects. The certification criteria castings. The impact of foundry processes on the environment. The concept of the construction of the casting choice of technology - part of the cast or welded, cast or stamped part, cast and sintered part of the powders, cast or plastic. Rules of shaping cast machine parts. The design of castings made of sand, metal, pressure, rotating in the forms. The design of castings produced by lost wax method models.

    Laboratory content: Sand mold design based on the model casting. Selection of the appropriate type of sand due to the required quality of the casting surface and the thickness of its walls. Current control and core sand. The choice of the right kind of material to cast because of his traits. Hand molds with wet sand. Melting and technological characterization of alloys for example AL-Si alloys; ATD method of qualitative assessment, stress testing and casting shrinkage. Getting cast in sand molds and casting quality assessment in terms of its potential drawbacks. Die-casting and special forms. Comparison of different methods of castings made. Organization of production of castings in sand (a trip to the foundry).

    TEACHING METHODS: Lectures with audiovisual aids.

    Individual and team execution of laboratory exercises.

    LEARNING OUTCOMES: In the field of

    technical sciences

    Knowledge, skills, competence

    K_W14 The student has a basic knowledge on developments in casting technology and methods of processing liquid alloys.

    K_W16 He knows the foundry materials, test methods and quality assessment of liquid alloys and castings.

    K_U08 Is able to plan and carry out the process of preparation of the casting technology in the sand mould, can do research cast materials and foundry, using the experimental methods and interpret the results.

    K_U18 Can according to the design specifications set technological process gray cast iron EN-GJL-200.

    K_K03 He can act and cooperate in a group.

    LEARNING OUTCOMES VERIFICATION AND ASSESSMENT CRITERIA: The verification methods for learning outcomes are presented in the table below.

    The reference to the learning outcomes of the field of

    study

    The method of the learning outcomes assessment

    K_W14 K_W16

    Written exam

    The pass of the lecture is to get a positive assessment of the 5 written responses to questions regarding the subject of theoretical issues.

  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

    Subject area of studies: Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering

    K_U08 K_U18 K_K03

    Grade based on laboratory classes

    Assessment of the laboratory is determined on the basis of preparing the student to practice and their implementation, and reports / reports resulting from the execution of all exercises to be implemented.

    Prerequisite for passing is pass, of all its forms.

    Final evaluation of the course is to include the arithmetic mean of the ratings for the various forms of activities.

    STUDENT WORKLOAD: The student workload of 125 (125) hours, including work in the auditorium 73 (48) hours, part in the consultation and the egxam 15 (14) hours, individual work 50 (75) hours, including preparing for classes and reports 35 (45) hours, sources familiar with the literature 5 (10) hours, preparing for an exam 10 (20) hours.

    Total hours of practical classes: 78 (75) which corresponds to 3 ECTS

    Total hours of lessons with a teacher: 75 (50) which corresponds to 3 ECTS

    RECOMMENDED READING: 1. Braszczyski J.: Teoria procesw odlewniczych, PWN, Warszawa 1989.

    2. Longa W.: Krzepnicie odleww, Wyd. lsk, Katowice 1985.

    3. Skarbiski M.: Uruchomienie produkcji w odlewni, WNT, Warszawa 1972.

    4. Gregoraszczuk M.: Maszynoznawstwo odlewnicze, Wyd. AGH, Krakw 1994.

    5. Grny Z.: Odlewnicze stopy metali nieelaznych. Przygotowanie ciekego metalu, struktura i waciwoci odleww, WNT, Warszawa 1992.

    6. Skarbiski M.: Zasady konstruowania odlewanych czci maszyn, WNT, Warszawa 1968.

    7. Falcki Z.: Analiza wad odleww, Wyd. AGH, Krakw 1991.

    8. Chudzikiewicz R.: Mechanizacja odlewni, WNT, Warszawa 1974.

    OPTIONAL READING: 9. Perzyk M. i inni: Odlewnictwo, Wyd. WNT, Warszawa 2003. 10. Perzyk M. i inni: Materiay do projektowania procesw odlewniczych, PWN,

    Warszawa 1990. 11. Podrzucki Cz.: eliwo, struktura, waciwoci, zastosowanie, Wyd. ZG STOP,

    Krakw 1991. 12. Podrzucki Cz., Kalata Cz.: Metalurgia i odlewnictwo eliwa, Wyd. lsk,

    Katowice 1976. 13. Lewandowski J.L.: Tworzywa na formy odlewnicze, Wyd. Akapit, Krakw 1997. 14. Waszkiewicz S. I inni: Kokile i formy cinieniowe, WNT, Warszawa 1983. 15. Poradnik inyniera. Odlewnictwo, t. 1/2, WNT, Warszawa 1986.

    REMARKS: List of laboratories for part time students is selected from the list above.

  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

    Subject area of studies: Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering

  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

    Subject area of studies: Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering

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    Course code: 06.1-WM-MiBM-S1-TM-02_12

    06.1-WM-MiBM-N1-TM-02_12

    Type of course: compulsory

    Language of ins truc t ion: Polish, Russian

    Direc tor of studies: Prof. dr hab. in. Eugene FELDSHTEIN

    Name of lec turer : Prof. dr hab. in. E. FELDSHTEIN, dr in. A.LABER, dr in. A. LEWANDOWSKI,

    dr in. R.MARUDA

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    COURSE AIM: The aim of the course is to familiarize students with the general factors of the cutting process (chip formation parameters, the impact of processing conditions on the forces and cutting temperature, wear and life of cutting tools), and the structures and operation teams of conventional and CNC machine tools to be used in their further education and future careers.

  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

    Subject area of studies: Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering

    ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Manufacturing Engineering, Metrology and Measuring Systems, Fundamentals of Machine Design, Fundamentals of mechanical engineering technology (Fundamentals of machining process design)

    COURSE CONTENTS: Lecture content. Kinematic and geometric characteristics of the cutting process. Cutting and machining layers for different types of machini