Friedrich Kuster: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2016
|Name||Dr. Friedrich Kuster|
Inst. f. Werkzeugmaschinen
ETH-Zentrum, LEE L206
|Telephone||+41 44 632 24 24|
|Fax||+41 44 632 11 25|
|Department||Mechanical and Process Engineering|
|151-0015-10L||Engineering Tool IV: Experimental Modal Analysis |
All Engineering Tool courses are for MAVT-Bachelor students only.
Number of participants limited to 16.
Only one course can be chosen per semester.
|0.4 credits||1K||F. Kuster, K. Wegener|
|Abstract||Measuring- and analysis-methods for the determination of transfer functions of mechanical structures. Evaluation and preparation of the measured data for visualisation and interpretation of the dynamic behaviour.|
|Objective||Introduction into the practical application of measuring- and analysis-methods for determination of transfer functions of mechanical structures. Evaluation and preparation of the measured data for visualisation and interpretation of the dynamic behaviour.|
|Content||Acquaintance with the acceleration- and force-sensors, measurement of transfer functions of mechanical structures, determination and description of modes of vibration by means of practical examples, introduction into the vibration theory and its fundamental terms, discrete oscillator.|
|Lecture notes||yes, distribution in the course (CHF 20.-)|
|Literature||David Ewins, Modal Testing: Theory and Practice|
|Prerequisites / Notice||In the practical part of the course the participants self will make measurements on structures and then analyse them for eigenfrequencies and modes of vibrations.|
|151-0705-00L||Manufacturing I||4 credits||2V + 2U||K. Wegener, M. Boccadoro, F. Kuster|
|Abstract||Deeper insight in manufacturing processes: drilling, milling, grinding, honing, lapping, electro erosion and electrochemical machining. Stability of processes, process chains and process choice.|
|Objective||Deepened discussion on the machining processes and their optimisation. Outlook on additional areas such as NC-Technique, dynamics of processes and machines, chatter as well as process monitoring.|
|Content||Deepened insight in the machining processes and their optimisation, chip removal by undefined cutting edge such as grinding, honing and lapping, machining processes without cutting edges such as EDM, ECM, outlook on additional areas as NC-technique, machine- and process dynamics including chatter and process monitoring|
|Prerequisites / Notice||Prerequisites: Recommendation: Lecture 151-0700-00L Manufacturing elective course in the 4th semester.|
Language: Help for English speaking students on request as well as english translations of the slides shown.
|151-0717-00L||Mechanical Production: Assembly, Joining and Coating Technology||4 credits||2V + 1U||F. Kuster, V. H. Derflinger, F. Durand, P. Jousset|
|Abstract||Understanding of the complexity of the assembly process as well as its meaning as success and cost factor. The assembly with the different aspects of adding, moving, adjusting, controling parts etc.. Adding techniques; solvable and unsolvable connections. Assembly plants. Coating techniques and their tasks, in particular corrosion protection.|
|Objective||To understand assembly in its full complexity and its paramount importance regarding cost and financial success. An introduction into a choice of selected joining and coating techniques.|
|Content||Assembly as combination of several classes of action like, e.g., joining, handling, fine adjustments, etc. Techniques for joining objects temporarily or permanently. Assembly systems.|
Coating processes and their specific applications, with particular emphasis on corrosion protection.
|Prerequisites / Notice||Recommended to the focus production engineering. |
Majority of lecturers from the industry.
|151-0719-00L||Quality of Machine Tools - Dynamics and Metrology at Micro and Submicro Level||4 credits||2V + 1U||W. Knapp, F. Kuster|
|Abstract||The course "Machine tool metrolgy" deals with the principal design of machine tools, their spindles and linear axes, with possible geometric, kinematic, thermal and dynamic errrors of machine tools and testing these errors, with the influence of errors on the workpiece (error budgeting), with testing of drives and numerical control, as well as with checking the machine tool capability.|
- principal design of machine tools
- errors of linear and rotational axes and of machine tools,
- influence of errors on the workpiece (error budgeting)
- dynamics of mechanical systems
- geometric, kinematic, thermal, dynamic testing of machine tools
- test uncertainty
- machine tool capability
|Content||Metrology for production, machine tool metrology|
- basics, like principal machine tool design and machine tool coordinate system
- principal design and errors of linear and rotaional axes
- error budgeting, influence of machine errors on the workpiece
- geometric and kinematic testing of machine tools
- reversal ,easurement techniques, multi-dimensional machine tool metrology
- thermal influences on machine tools and testing these influences
- test uncertainty, simulation
- dynamics of mechanical systems, dynamic error sources
- machine tool dynamics and the engineering tools modal analysis and finite lement method (FEM)
- testing of drives and numerical control
- machine tool capability
|Lecture notes||Documents are provided during the course. English handouts available on request.|
|Prerequisites / Notice||Exercises in the laboratories and with the machine tools of the institute for machine tools and manufacturing (IWF) provide the practical background for this course.|
|151-0721-00L||Production Machines II||4 credits||2V + 1U||K. Wegener, F. Kuster, S. Weikert|
|Abstract||Control, closed loop control, processing of geometrical data, main drives, noise, flexibility, rationalization and automation, modern machine concepts, thermal and dynamic behavior|
|Objective||Deeper competence for evaluation and development of production machines, sensitization for unconventional kinematics with their advantages and drawbacks.|
|Content||Control (PLC, NC), closed loop control, processing of geometrical data, main drives, noise emission, flexibility, rationalization and automation, modern machine concepts like high speed machines, alternative kinematics, ultraprecision machines, thermal and dynamic behavior of machine tools, flexibility, rationalization and automation, practical case studies|
|Prerequisites / Notice||Help for English speaking students on request.|
Parts of the lecture are held in english.
|151-0727-00L||Colloquium on Manufacturing Technology||4 credits||3K||K. Wegener, F. Kuster|
|Abstract||Future training on selected current topics of the manufacturing technology. Per afternoon a selected topic is presented in several lectures, by the majority by experts from the industry. The students prepare a summary of the lectures given and prepare themselves on the basis of these lectures and own information search.|
|Objective||Contious further training to current topics of the manufacturing technique. Exchange of experience and knowledge with the industry and other universities.|
|Content||Selected actual topics on manufacturing methods and tools, machine tools, NC-control and drives, components and measuring methods and devices. Topics are changing every year.|
|Lecture notes||no Script|
|Prerequisites / Notice||- Students must have participated and passed the courses Manufacturing, Production Machines I and Forming Technology III - Forming Processes.|
- Further training with specialized lectures and large participation from the industry.
Language: Help for English speaking students on request.