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Code MFG 511
Term 201701
Title Manufacturing Metrology
Faculty Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
Subject Manufacturing(MFG)
SU Credit 3
ECTS Credit 10.00
Instructor(s) Tanfer Yandayan tyandayan@sabanciuniv.edu,
Detailed Syllabus
Language of Instruction English
Level of Course Doctoral
Master
Type of Course Click here to view.
Prerequisites
(only for SU students)
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Mode of Delivery Formal lecture,Interactive lecture,Seminar,Studio work/practice
Planned Learning Activities Interactive
Content

This course first provides introduction to key concepts of metrology (science of measurement) such as traceability, uncertainty, accuracy, calibration, world metrology systems and accreditation. Then the focus is production- related metrology mainly based on dimensional measurement applications such as displacement, flatness and gauge block interferometric-mechanical measurements, diameter, form and surface texture standards measurements, scale and displacement sensor calibrations, coordinate metrology (CMMs), in-process measurements, optical tooling, nanometrology (atomic scale measurements), machine tool metrology, angle metrology and uncertainty calculations. Principles for precision engineering applications will also be covered including preliminary errors in dimensional metrology and motion mechanism , Abbe principle and applications conforming this principle and self- elimination/separation of errors, metrology loop , influence of temperature, force and vibration in dimensional measurements and precautions for precision engineering to lower the uncertainty of measurements. Laboratory exercises will be carried out with selected examples such as calibration of CNC machine tools using laser interferometers, effective use of reference standards for manufacturing and angular axis calibration of rotary tables using optical components and non-contact measurement equipment.

Objective

To teach fundamentals of metrology (science of measurement) by focusing on dimension measurement methods widely used in manufacturing engineering, manufacturing process management and nanotechnology.

Learning Outcome

The learners will understand the fundamental principles of measurement science and will acquire skills to allow them to operate effectively in a precision engineering manufacturing environment. At the end of the course, they will gain metrology knowledge and attitude to improve production assurance. They will be able to think analytically and make better decisions for selection of metrology equipment in the manufacturing. The learners will also have a good understanding of international and national metrology systems to use for quality assurance, quality management systems (such as ISO 9000s, 14000s,17025) and product development-certification in real industrial applications. The learners will also gain information about European Metrology Research Programmes (EMRP/EMPIR) that will promote them to participate high level scientific metrology research projects during their MSc and PhD. This will enable them to work with world class scientists in metrology, have joints papers and also prepare themselves for applications in the future factory (industry 4) where zero defect production is aimed.

Programme Outcomes
 
Common Outcomes For All Programs
1 Develop and deepen the current and advanced knowledge in the field with original thought and/or research and come up with innovative definitions based on Master's degree qualifications 5
2 Conceive the interdisciplinary interaction which the field is related with ; come up with original solutions by using knowledge requiring proficiency on analysis, synthesis and assessment of new and complex ideas. 5
3 Evaluate and use new information within the field in a systematic approach. 5
4 Develop an innovative knowledge, method, design and/or practice or adapt an already known knowledge, method, design and/or practice to another field; research, conceive, design, adapt and implement an original subject. 5
5 Critical analysis, synthesis and evaluation of new and complex ideas. 5
6 Gain advanced level skills in the use of research methods in the field of study. 5
7 Contribute the progression in the field by producing an innovative idea, skill, design and/or practice or by adapting an already known idea, skill, design, and/or practice to a different field independently. 5
8 Broaden the borders of the knowledge in the field by producing or interpreting an original work or publishing at least one scientific paper in the field in national and/or international refereed journals. 5
9 Demonstrate leadership in contexts requiring innovative and interdisciplinary problem solving. 5
10 Develop new ideas and methods in the field by using high level mental processes such as creative and critical thinking, problem solving and decision making. 5
11 Investigate and improve social connections and their conducting norms and manage the actions to change them when necessary. 5
12 Defend original views when exchanging ideas in the field with professionals and communicate effectively by showing competence in the field. 5
13 Ability to communicate and discuss orally, in written and visually with peers by using a foreign language at least at a level of European Language Portfolio C1 General Level. 3
14 Contribute to the transition of the community to an information society and its sustainability process by introducing scientific, technological, social or cultural improvements. 4
15 Demonstrate functional interaction by using strategic decision making processes in solving problems encountered in the field. 5
16 Contribute to the solution finding process regarding social, scientific, cultural and ethical problems in the field and support the development of these values. 4
Common Outcomes For All Programs
1 Develop the ability to use critical, analytical, and reflective thinking and reasoning 5
2 Reflect on social and ethical responsibilities in his/her professional life. 4
3 Gain experience and confidence in the dissemination of project/research outputs 5
4 Work responsibly and creatively as an individual or as a member or leader of a team and in multidisciplinary environments. 5
5 Communicate effectively by oral, written, graphical and technological means and have competency in English. 4
6 Independently reach and acquire information, and develop appreciation of the need for continuously learning and updating. 5
Common Outcomes ForFaculty of Eng. & Natural Sci.
1 Design and model engineering systems and processes and solve engineering problems with an innovative approach. 5
2 Establish experimental setups, conduct experiments and/or simulations. 5
3 Analytically acquire and interpret data. 5
Physics (non-thesis) Program Outcomes Core Electives
1 Employ mathematical methods to solve physical problems and understand relevant numerical techniques. 5
2 Conduct basic experiments or simulations. 5
3 Analytically acquire and interpret data. 5
4 Establish thorough understanding of the fundamental principles of physics. 5
Mechatronics Engineering (with thesis) Program Outcomes Area Electives
1 Apply software, modeling, instrumentation, and experimental techniques and their combinations in the design and integration of electrical, electronic, control and mechanical systems. 5
2 Interact with researchers from different disciplines to exchange ideas and identify areas of research collaboration to advance the frontiers of present knowledge and technology; determine relevant solution approaches and apply them by preparing a research strategy. 5
3 Take part in ambitious and highly challenging research to generate value for both the industry and society. 5
Molecular Biology, Genetics and Bioengineering (with thesis) Program Outcomes Area Electives
1 Apply knowledge of key concepts in biology, with an emphasis on molecular genetics, biochemistry and molecular and cell biology. 1
2 Display an awareness of the contemporary biological issues in relation with other scientific areas. 1
3 Demonstrate hands-on experience in a wide range of biological experimental techniques. 1
Industrial Engineering (with thesis) Program Outcomes Area Electives
1 Establish a strong theoretical background in several of a broad range of subjects related to the discipline, such as manufacturing processes, service systems design and operation, production planning and control, modeling and optimization, stochastics, statistics. 5
2 Develop novel modeling and / or analytical solution strategies for problems in integrated production and service systems involving human capital, materials, information, equipment, and energy, also using an interdisciplinary approach whenever appropriate. 5
3 Implement solution strategies on a computer platform for decision-support purposes by employing effective computational and experimental tools. 5
4 Acquire skills to independently explore and tackle problems related to the discipline that were not encountered previously. Develop appropriate modeling, solution, implementation strategies, and assess the quality of the outcome. 5
Energy Technologies and Management (with thesis) Program Outcomes Area Electives
1 Assess and identify developments, strategies, opportunities and problems in energy security and energy technologies. 4
2 Define and solve technical, economic and administrative problems in energy businesses. 4
3 Establish knowledge and understanding of energy security, energy technologies, energy markets and strategic planning in energy enterprises. 4
4 Demonstrate an awareness of environmental concerns and their importance in developing engineering solutions and new technologies. 5
5 Acquire a series of social and technical proficiencies for project management and leadership skills. 4
Materials Science and Engineering (with thesis) Program Outcomes Area Electives
1 Apply a broad knowledge of structure & microstructure of all classes of materials, and the ability to use this knowledge to determine the material properties. 4
2 Apply a broad understanding of the relationships between material properties, performance and processing. 4
3 Apply a broad understanding of thermodynamics, kinetics, transport phenomena, phase transformations and materials aspects of advanced technology. 3
4 Demonstrate hands-on experience using a wide range of materials characterization techniques. 4
5 Demonstrate the use of results from interpreted data to improve the quality of research, a product, or a product in materials science and engineering. 5
Electronics Engineering (with thesis) Program Outcomes Area Electives
1 Use advanced Math (including probability and/or statistics), advanced sciences, advanced computer and programming, and advanced Electronics engineering knowledge to design and analyze complex electronics circuits, instruments, software and electronic systems with hardware/software. 5
2 Analyze and design advanced communication networks and systems, advanced signal processing algorithms or software using advanced knowledge on diff. equations, linear algebra, complex variables and discrete math. 5
Computer Science and Engineering (with thesis) Program Outcomes Area Electives
1 Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering in computer science and engineering related problems. 5
2 Display knowledge of contemporary issues in computer science and engineering and apply to a particular problem. 5
3 Demonstrate the use of results from interpreted data to improve the quality of research or a product in computer science and engineering. 5
Assessment Methods and Criteria
  Percentage (%)
Final 30
Midterm 25
Assignment 20
Written Report 25
Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook

Fundamentals of Dimensional Metrology Paperback? November 21, 2006 by Connie L Dotson (Author).

Readings

Metrology for Engineers, John Frederick Wise Galyer, Charles Reginald Shotbolt
JCGM 100:2008 ?Evaluation of measurement data ? Guide to the expression of uncertainty in measurement?
METROLOGY - IN SHORT : https://www.euramet.org/publications-media-centre/documents/metrology-in-short/
International Vocabulary of Metrology ? Basic and General Concepts and Associated Terms (VIM 3rd edition): http://www.bipm.org/en/publications/guides/vim.html
8th edition of the SI Brochure: http://www.bipm.org/en/publications/si-brochure/

Further documents will be provided by the instructor during the course.