Course No: PLAS.5180-031; SIS Class Nbr: 8107; SIS Term: 3010
Course Status: Registration Closed
This course reviews the theoretical principles and the engineering practice associated with the development of new plastic products. The course focuses on design practices for products that will be produced by conventional and advanced injection molding processes. Topics include design methodology, plastic materials selection, design for manufacturing, computer aided engineering, mechanical behavior of plastics, structural design of plastic parts, prototyping techniques, experimental stress analysis, and assembly techniques for plastic parts.
Related Programs: Graduate Certificate in Design & Manufacturing Engineering, Graduate Certificate in Medical Plastics Design and Manufacturing, M.S. in Engineering Management, Graduate Certificate in Plastics Engineering Fundamentals, M.S.E. in Plastics Engineering, Graduate Certificate in Plastics Design, Graduate Certificate in Plastics Processing
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