Manufacturing Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science

MANF: Manufacturing Engineering

  1. MANF 230 (4) Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory

    Fundamentals of theory, operations and operational constraints, process simulation, equipment in conventional manufacturing processes, metrology and CAM. Casting, heat treatment, bulk deformation (i.e. rolling, extrusion, drawing), sheet metal, polymer processing, joining, conventional machining, non-conventional machining, and CNC machining. Experiments in metrology, process characterization and simulation, machining, G&M Codes, CNC machining. [1-2-0, 1-2-0]

    Prerequisite: Second-year standing.

  2. MANF 270 (3) Production Systems Management I

    Introduction to production systems management and operations. Focus on the impact of operations in increasing productivity, reducing waste in manufacturing facilities. [3-0-0]

    Prerequisite: Second-year standing.

  3. MANF 277 (3) Fundamentals of Design for Manufacturing

    Engineering drawing for manufacturing, part and process drawings, quality control, metrology. Design for manufacturing and assembly. Integrated Manufacturing Systems. [3-2-0]

    Prerequisite: APSC 171 and second-year B.A.Sc. standing

  4. MANF 330 (6) Manufacturing Engineering Project I

    Project-based design and optimization of manufacturing processes (Casting, bulk deformation, sheet metal, polymer), metrology, measuring cutting forces in machining, CNC machining optimization. [1-4-0, 1-4-0]

    Prerequisite: MANF 277.

  5. MANF 368 (3) Engineering Measurements and Instrumentation

    Industrial measurement needs; architecture of electronic instrumentation systems; electrical representation of physical quantities; sensor technologies; analog signal processing using linear and nonlinear circuits; analog and digital filtering; data acquisition. [3-2*-0]

    Prerequisite: APSC 255.

  6. MANF 370 (3) Production Systems Management II

    Functional area of production and operations management. Decision-making, capacity planning, aggregate planning, inventory management, distribution planning, materials requirements planning and quality control. [3-0-0]

    Prerequisite: MANF 270.

  7. MANF 377 (3) Manufacturing Processes

    Metrology, metal forming processes, plastic deformation, rolling, forging, drawing, extrusion, sheet metal forming. Machining processes and machine tools, turning, milling, drilling, grinding. Metal fabrication, welding, casting. [2 -3*-1]

    Prerequisite: All of APSC 259, APSC 260.

  8. MANF 378 (3) Advanced Manufacturing

    Materials fabrication, forming, and joining: casting, rolling, forging, extrusion, and welding. Powder metallurgy and manufacture of metal alloys, metal matrix composites, and ceramics. Effect of fabrication process on evolution of crystallographic texture, residual stress, mechanical and service properties of materials. Process selection and technology development. [3-0-0]

    Prerequisite: MANF 377.

  9. MANF 386 (3) Industrial Automation

    Principle components of manufacturing automation systems, industrial measurement needs, robotic programming, programmable logical control (PLC) systems and development of PLC programs. [3-2-0]

    Prerequisite: APSC 246.

  10. MANF 416 (3) CAD/CAM/CAE

    CNC machining, Rapid prototyping, G-code, Computer Aided: Design, Manufacturing and Engineering, parametric design and analysis for optimization. [3-2-0]

    Prerequisite: MANF 377.

  11. MANF 450 (3) Life Cycle Analysis and Sustainability

    Practical and theoretical applications of life cycle thinking in engineering projects, products, and processes. Understand international standards and methods in life cycle assessment (LCA), life cycle costing (LCC). Interpret and provide critical feedback on LCA/LCC studies and analyze claims on sustainability. Credit will be granted for only one of MANF450 or ENGR 544. [3-0-0]

    Prerequisite: Fourth-year standing.

  12. MANF 455 (3) Factory Planning

    Planning of resources, layout and logistics for manufacturing plants; hands-on training on modular production and cyber-physical manufacturing systems in a laboratory scale, virtual manufacturing environments and factory automation. Credit will be granted for only one of MANF 455 or MANF 555. [2-2-0]

    Prerequisite: MANF 386.

  13. MANF 460 (3) Supply Chain Tactics and Strategies

    Key concepts and techniques to analyze, manage and improve supply chain processes for different industries and markets. Emphasis on assessment of supply chain performance to improve competitiveness. Credit will be granted for only one of MANF 460 or MANF 560. [3-0-0]

    Prerequisite: Fourth-year B.A.Sc. standing.

  14. MANF 465 (3) Digital Enterprise

    Systems integration and data analytics for engineering processes in a digital enterprise with industrial automation systems, production and operation, information fusion, performance monitoring and learning, and software and simulation platforms for manufacturing applications. [3-2-0]

    Prerequisite: MANF 386.

  15. MANF 470 (3) Production Systems Management III

    Modelling and analysis of manufacturing systems and assembly lines, operational contingencies, multiple-product manufacturing systems, scheduling theory and inventory systems. [3-0-0]

    Prerequisite: MANF 370.

  16. MANF 475 (3) Welding and Joining: Processes and Metallurgy

    Welding and joining of metals: fusion and solid-state welding processes, brazing, and soldering. Effect of process parameters on joint size and quality. Fusion, partially melted, and heat affected zones. Non-equilibrium solidification, grain structure, and defect formation. Non-destructive testing and evaluation methods for welded joints. [3-2*-0]

    Prerequisite: MANF 377.

  17. MANF 486 (3) Mechatronic Systems Laboratory

    Smart sensors and actuators, electro-pneumatic actuators, automated control systems, industrial communication, smart maintenance, object detection, industrial robotics, modelling and simulation of mechatronic systems. Hands-on training on mechatronic system trainers in a laboratory scale [1-4-0]

    Prerequisite: MANF 386.

  18. MANF 496 (3) Aerospace Materials and Manufacturing Processes

    Properties, behaviour, manufacturing, and advanced processes for materials used in aerospace applications. Materials include alloys, elastomers, composites, polymers, and ceramics. Special processes in the aerospace industry. Introduction to aerospace quality systems, inspection, and testing. [3-0-0]

    Prerequisite: MANF 377.

  19. MANF 516 (3) Advanced Manufacturing

    Product manufacturing, powder metallurgy, Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM), Computer Numeric Control (CNC) tools, process planning, micro and nano manufacturing, optical and electron measurement techniques.

  20. MANF 555 (3) Factory Planning

    Factory-scale automation for production planning and control, manufacturing execution systems, industrial communication, product tracking, database management; hands-on training on cyber-physical manufacturing systems in a laboratory scale, virtual manufacturing environments. Credit will be granted for only one of MANF 555 or MANF 455.

  21. MANF 560 (3) Supply Chain Tactics and Strategies

    Key concepts and techniques to analyze, manage and improve supply chain processes for different industries and markets; focus on the assessment of supply chain performance and identify key factors to be considered when designing a distribution network; understand the role of cycle inventory and determine the optimal lot size in a supply chain. Credit will be granted for only one of MANF 560 or MANF 460.

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