Advanced Manufacturing Systems

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  • Master berufsbegleitend
  • Ostfildern
  • 160 Lehrstunden
  • Dauer:
    2 Jahre
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Gerichtet an Bachelorabsolventen und Diplomabsolventen.
Advanced Manufacturing Systems (Master of Science)
berufsbegleitender Studiengang "Master of Science in Advanced Manufacturing Systems"
in Kooperation mit der Brunel University London

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Erstes abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium (Bachelor oder Diplom) Sehr gute Englisch Kenntnisse: TOEFEL-Test oder Cambrigde Certificate

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Advanced Manufacturing Systems (Master of Science)

berufsbegleitender Studiengang "Master of Science in Advanced Manufacturing Systems"
in Kooperation mit der Brunel University London

Der berufsbegleitende Master Course "Master of Science in Advanced Manufacturing Systems" beginnt mit einem Studienabschnitt von knapp einem Jahr (September bis Mai des Folgejahres) in dem die Studierenden Teilzeitunterricht an der Technischen Akademie Esslingen haben. Die Dozenten der Brunel University kommen in dieser Phase des Studiums regelmäßig nach Ostfildern (bei Stuttgart) und halten die Vorlesungen. Unterrichtssprache ist englisch.

Begleitet wird dieser Vorlesungsteil von Workshops. Jede Einheit setzt sich aus zwei Vorlesungen und einem Workshop zusammen. Zu den Vorlesungen werden jeweils im Mai Klausuren geschrieben, zu den Workshops fertigen die Studierenden jeweils im Nachgang ein Assignment an. Der Dozent stellt den Studierenden zu seiner Vorlesung ein Skript zur Verfügung. In der Regel erhalten dies die Studierenden bei der vorhergehenden Vorlesung, so dass sie sich zu Hause auf den Vorlesungsstoff vorbereiten können.

Nach der Prüfungsphase im Mai steht den Studierenden die restliche Zeit bis Ende September zur Anfertigung der Master Thesis zur Verfügung. Sollte diese nicht ausreichen, kann unproblematisch eine Studienverlängerung um 1 Jahr beantragt werden.

Die Studierenden sind während des gesamten Studiums an der Brunel University London eingeschrieben. Von dort erhalten sie auch einen Studierendenausweis sowie Studienbescheinigungen.

Präsenzphasen

Die Präsenzzeiten in der ersten Studienphase finden immer Freitag und Samstag ganztags von September bis Mai statt. Von Anfang Dezember bis Mitte Januar ist vorlesungsfrei.

Eckdaten

  • Studienbeginn: zum Wintersemester (September)
  • Abschluss: Master of Science 180 CP
  • Studiengebühr: Gesamt 10.800,- €
    (Die für ein berufsbegleitendes Studium anfallenden Kosten können nach Einzelfallprüfung durch das zuständige Finanzamt in der Steuererklärung als Werbungskosten oder Sonderausgaben geltend gemacht werden.)
  • Regelstudienzeit: 1 Jahr



StudieninhalteModule1: Systems Modelling and Simulation (15 Credits)

The aim of this module is to encourage systematic thinking and acquiring knowledge and skills to model and analyse modern complex systems. Critically evaluate and implement principles of systems approach and analysis. Describe, evaluate and appropriately apply systems concepts to real world industrial problems and to design, plan and solve arising problems that day-to-day management of such systems encounter. Gain the required skills for modelling, simulating and critically analysing performance of deterministic and stochastic systems. The candidate will deploy the latest techniques and tools in Discrete Event Simulation to capture the interactions and negotiations between components of enterprise systems. We use the simulation and modelling software tools such as Arena as a tool for this purpose.

Module 2: Computer Aided Engineering (15 Credits)

The main aims of this module are to give the studentsthe knowledge to model the entities, points,edges, surfaces and solids for CAE and the skill tocreate the computer models of a part or assemblyusing a contemporary CAE software (Pro/E,CATIA,Solidworks etc.)Educate the students in the theory and applicationof Mechanism Synthesis and Analysis and to equipthe students with the skills of modelling mechanismsusing the MATLAB and Simulink software packages.

Module 3: Sustainable Design and Manufacture (15 Credits)

The purpose of this module is to provide post - graduate students with methods for analysing sustainability in design, quantifying the quality parameters, calculating and assigning appropriate tolerances, analysing the manufacturing operations for achieving the required quality targets. The emphasis will be on the link between design information and manufacturing operations to produce products and propose operations that reduce the environmental impact of manufacturing.

Module 4: Robotics and Automation ( 15 Credits)

The module aims at providing an understandingand critical awareness to designing and controlling modern automated manufacturing systems, and employs a systems approach in doing so. The module provides an exposure to a variety of industrialand factory automation practices and also anunderstanding in selecting appropriate automationand control methods for the equipment or process at hand.

Module 5: Manufacturing Systems and Economics (15 Credits)

This covers a breadth of topics with emphasis on; Manufacturing Processes including description, analysis and classification of basic manufacturing processes; process capabilities, recent advances and developments, assembly systems, automation, robotics and CNC machines, CAD/CAM application. Production Operations including Plant layout, Group Technology, Cellular Manufacturing and Flexible Manufacturing Systems. Lean manufacturing techniques, Kaizen, KANBAN, JIT, 5S, seven wastes, Poke Yoke, Value Chain, supply chain management and outsourcing and design reuse. It also covers subjects such as inventory control and MRP, and quality control. Design for Manufacture and Process selection: including the relationship between design features and process capabilities, manufacturing system selection to produce a given design. The module introduces the Economics for Manufacture subject which consists of topics such as Inventory Costing, Economic Order Quantities, Costing machine tool selection and cost of production strategy.

Module 6: Advanced Manufacturing Measurement (15 Credits)

This module aims to help students to gain an in-depth understanding of basic measurement theory, operating principle of modern measurement techniques, capabilities of practical measuring machines and their applications in advanced manufacturing. The key topics include basics of measurement systems, measurement errors, evaluation of measurement uncertainty, precision displacement measurement, coordinate measuring machines (CMMs), surface measurement and scanning probe microscopes (STM/AFM).

Module 7: Quality Management and Reliability (15 Credits)

The aim of this module is to provide an in-depth understanding of the principles of modern quality assurance which underpin the discipline and their applications in engineering, manufacturing and enterprise.The module intends to provide a professional-level working knowledge of the advanced techniques of reliability engineering and an ability to apply them to improving the maintenance, the maintainability and the safety of existing and proposed plant in their workplace.

Module 8: Global Manufacturing (15 Credits)

Global Manufacturing Main topics of study: enterprise systems for supporting the product manufacturing, and developmentand lifecycle; the value proposition for a product innovation; the marketing/services/supply chains and their interface; innovation project forecast and discounting for the time value money; eManufacturing and operations;digital enterprise technology (DET), virtual organisations and the integration; selection and use of DET and eManufacturing tools; global manufacturing implementation issues and methodology;global manufacturing concept, methodology and implementation issues; case studies on global manufacturing operations and best practices.

Master Thesis (60 Credits)

Following the taught part of the programme and reflecting individual interests, the Master Thesis is an in-depth study of a manufacturing problem or situation, requiring a high standard of investigation and presentation. The analysis of a 'real' problem is expected, frequently involving a company or workplace. Close liaison between the University, the student and, where appropriate, the company is essential when selecting a topic which has a suitable academic contentand an appropriate scope, relevance and time -scale. Some students may wish their Master Thesis to be considered by the Chartered Engineering Institutions to satisfy requirements for corporate membership. In this case, a further set of criteria will have to be satisfied and you should contact the appropriate institute on the best way to proceed.


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