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University of New Haven

Tagliatela College of Engineering


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COURSE SYLLABUS
INDE 6655 SYST 3351 Section 1 Instructor Contact Information
Manufacturing Analysis Mr. Anthony Romero, Adjunct professor.
FALL 2017 No Office on Campus
Monday (Evenings) Phone: 203-528-7779 (urgent matters only)
Main Campus Email: ARomero@newhaven.edu
Credit Hours: 3 Office Hours: As required

Course Description
The principles of the theory of metal cutting and metal working for improving the manufacturing operations involving metal machining
and metal working. An opportunity for students to thoroughly understand the experimental approaches used in manufacturing.
3 credit hours.

Required Text(s)
Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing: Materials, Processes, and Systems 5 th Edition by Groover

[Supplementary Text(s)
Supplementary handouts will be provided as required.

Course Learning Outcomes/ Objectives


1. Develop an understanding of Manufacturing and Metals.
2. Develop an understanding of the Fundamentals of Metal Casting.
3. Develop an understanding of Powder Metallurgy, ceramics, and composites.
4. Develop an understanding of Machining Operations and Machine Tools.
5. Develop an understanding of Cutting-Tool Technology.
6. Develop an understanding of Economic, Quality and Product Design Considerations.

Course Requirements, Assessment and Administration


Exam 1 = 20%
Exam 2 = 20%
Exam 3 = 20%
Homework/Quizzes = 20%
Group Projects = 20%

Please see official University of New Haven Academic Policies located in the links below:
Undergraduate Grading System
Graduate Grading System

Expectations and Policies


Adding/Dropping a class
The final day to drop a course without it appearing on your transcript is Monday, September 6, 2016. After this
day, withdrawal from the course is at the discretion of the instructor. Note:
www.newhaven.edu/academics/17435/
Attendance
University policy regarding attendance can be found at www.newhaven.edu/academics/16648/

Academic Integrity Policy


Academic integrity is a core university value that ensures respect for the academic reputation of the University, its
students, faculty and staff, and the degrees it confers. The University expects that students will conduct themselves
in an honest and ethical manner and respect the intellectual work of others. Please be familiar with the UNH policy
on Academic Integrity. Please ask about my expectations regarding permissible or encouraged forms of student
collaboration if they are unclear. Students are required to adhere to the Academic Integrity Policies found at:
www.newhaven.edu/academics/16246/

For Students: Please do not consider the result of an Internet query to be the result of bona fide research. Late work
will be accepted at the discretion of the instructor.

Special needs
Students with disabilities are encouraged to share, in confidence, information about needed specific course
accommodations. See www.newhaven.edu/student-life/CampusLife_StudentAffairs/Campus_Access_Services/

[Miscellaneous
As a Student, please do the best you can to attend. This class is an environment to better prepare you for competitive
employment.

Course Outline/Schedule
Class 1 = August 28, Chapter 1
Class 2 = September 11, Chapter 6
Class 3 = September 18, Chapter 10
Class 4 = September 25, Chapter 15 )
Class 5 = October 2, Exam I Chapter 17
Class 6 = October 9, Chapter 21
Class 7 = October 16, Chapter 22
Class 8 = October 30, Exam 2 (Chapter 23)
Class 9 = November 6, Chapter 23.
Class 10 = November 13, Chapter 40.
Class 11 = November 27, Chapter 38
Class 12 = December 4, Chapter 39 & Choose Teams for Group Projects
Class 13 = December 11, Exam 3 Presentations Manufacturing Project.
Class 14 = December 18, Presentations Manufacturing Project.

Chapter Chapter
1 Introduction to Mfg 38 Integrated Mfg Systems
6 Metals 39 Process planning / production control
10 Metal Casting
15 Powder Metallurgy
17 Metal Forming
21 Machining and Machine tools
22 Cutting tools
23 Economic and product design
40 Quality Control and Inspection
**Final Grades are assigned with the following scale:
Choose the scale applicable for your course. You may change the scale to the needs of the course/program.

Typical Undergraduate Scale Typical Graduate Scale

Grades Scored Between Letter Equivalent Grades Scored Between Letter Equivalent
97 to 100 A+ 97 to 100 A+
94 to Less than 97 A 94 to Less than 97 A
90 to Less than 94 A- 90 to Less than 94 A-
87 to Less than 90 B+ 87 to Less than 90 B+
84 to Less than 87 B 84 to Less than 87 B
80 to Less than 84 B- 80 to Less than 84 B-
77 to Less than 80 C+ 77 to Less than 80 C+
74 to Less than 77 C 74 to Less than 77 C
70 to Less than 74 C- 70 to Less than 74 C-
67 to Less than 70 D+ Less than 70 F
63 to Less than 67 D
60 to Less than 63 D-
Less than 60 F

2016-2017 Academic Calendar

University of New Haven


Tagliatela College of Engineering
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Course Clarifications

INDE 6655 Section 1 Instructor Contact Information


Manufacturing Analysis Mr. Anthony Romero, Adjunct professor.
Fall 2017 No Office on Campus
Monday (Evenings) Phone: 203-528-7779
Main Campus Email: ARomero@newhaven.edu
Credit Hours: 3 Office Hours: As required

Course Clarifications of Terms:


1.Homework is mandatory in this course. A missing homework will lead to an incomplete final
grade.

2. Homework is individual work not a group assignment. A 0.5 de-rating factor will be
implemented to students not adhering to this regulation.
3. Homework is to be handed as a hard copy prior to the start of class on the stipulated date.
Late homework will be given a de-rating factor of 0.25 for each week being late (.75 first week,
.5 second week, and so on).

4. Definitions and descriptions included in the homework must be as described in the course
text (refrain from finding terms in Google) unless otherwise indicated; i.e. search assignments.

5. Close book test: No opened books or digital devices in plain sight. Failure to observe this
measurement will result in a null exam.

6. Exams must be answered in an orderly fashion. Sloppy work will be evaluated accordingly
with a 10% reduction of the grade.
Note: if an answer is not legible then the answer will be graded as incorrect

7. Final group projects must have a minimum of 4. (or as agreed in class depending on class
size). An objective of this assignment is to encourage and manage team work.