Welcome to Welding Engineering 640 You Will Find Everything You Need For This Course at: http://www-iwse.eng.ohio-state.edu/we640 For Some Pages you will need a User ID and A Password Please send an email to Prof. Dickinson if You can not gain access Dickinson.email@example.com
http://www-iwse.eng.ohio-state.edu/we640 Go to this web page now and click on Syllabus Button Or Just Click On Button Here You will find a schedule with assigned reading. Please read and come to class prepared to discuss.
The Class Period Will Generally Be as Illustrate Here During the few minutes interactive time, students in the classroom will collectively work on a question, and those attending by distance learning will have an opportunity to connect with questions.
Students Connecting From Distance Locations Can listen to the Lecture as it is being given at Class time by clicking on this button
Each Lecture will be recorded and students can review the lecture at any time by clicking on this button
A full set of the lecture slides with notes are available online by clicking on this button
These PowerPoint Slides have Supplemental Information Click on “Edit Slides” & “Notes Page View” to see Slide Notes Or Click on Icons When They Appear on Page Do Workbook Study See Demo Examine Key Topic From Welding Encyclopedia Dig Deeper About This Hear Explanation Industrial Applications
Learning Activities 1.Read Handbook Pp 1-16, 2.View Slides; 3.Read Notes, 4.Listen to lecture 5.Do Demonstration 6.Do on-line workbook 7.Do homework Each Course Lecture will have a series of activities to do which will strengthen your understanding of the lecture. These are listed at the beginning of each lecture and highlighted in the lecture slides. The activities can be found on the web page.
This course addresses the subjects necessary for cost effective production of quality welded structures. It covers basic topics for management of a welding production facility, including: welding facility management; welding project management; welding quality assurance management; and welding personnel management. This course is designed for senior level students and is a capstone course. Goal http://www-iwse.eng.ohio-state.edu/we640
Introduction Day 1 Overview of class, Welding Facility Management Day 2Plant Location Day 3Plant Layout Day 4Plant Layout (Cont) Day 5Plant and Machine Maintenance Day 6Maintenance (Cont) Day 7 Power/Energy Management Day 8 Power (Cont) Welding Line Management Day 9Materials Prep/Handling, Feeder, Fixtures, Positioners Day 10 Post Weld Treatment, Time Study Welding Project Management Day 11 MBO Day 12 PERT Day 13 Costs (fixed, Variable) Day 14 Project Cost Estimation, Economic Decision Making Day 15 Quality Control Day 16 Statistical Process Control Mid Course Corrections Day 17 Student Input - Course Direction Change if needed Day 18 Globetech Analysis Welding People Management Day 19 Management Styles, Leadership Day 20 Listening, Communications, Coaching, Career Path Planning Day 21 Motivation Day 22 Recruiting Managing Yourself Day 23 Goal Setting, Managing Time Day 24 Running Meeting, Making Presentations Day 25 Relationships with Supervisor Day 26 Engineering Ethics Day 27 Review Day 28 Evaluation of Instructor Final
The midterm exam is a take home project where students will be given a problem to consider some emerging technology and to develop a business plan for exploiting that idea. The topics covered in the first part of the course will be useful in preparing this proposal. Students are expected to use any resource available to them in the development of the plan, except other students in the class. Sources of collaborative effort need to be credited and may be contacted for reference when grading. Midterm
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