ENG 8016: Advanced computer aided engineering
To give students knowledge and understanding of:
- Relevant CAE tools and technologies which can assist innovative engineering design activity.
- The way in which the design process can be modified to take advantage or new and emerging CAE methods.
To give students the opportunity to acquire skills in using and deploying research-led, state of the art CAE tools for engineering design
Optimising Jobshops using Genetic Algorithms
The intended knowledge outcomes will include:
- An understanding of a range of tools, involving the use of computer-based techniques, for solving general problems in engineering design.
- Awareness of a selection or advanced CAE tools, including those developed by EDC research projects.
- Understanding of the need for a business context for design activity.
- Understanding of the role of international standards in facilitating collaborative, distributed design.
Skills obtained by completing this course will include:
- Ability to examine the analytical basis of a range of CAE methodologies.
- Skills in deploying CAE tools in solving design problems.
Monte Carlo simulation using integrated modelling
Business context for CAE tools and the management of engineering data: business requirements; underlying technologies, economic justification, impact on design process.
Managing engineering data and the role of international standards. Product data modelling.
CAE technologies: credible modelling, object oriented design, Bayesian belief nets, knowledge management, optimisation including: multiple criteria methods, genetic algorithms, neural networks. Engineering application of these technologies.
Practical work, which will be drawn from engineering design activities such as:
- Genetic Algorithms
- Modelling and Simulation
- Model Credibility
Where possible, practical work will align with the engineering disciplines of students.
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