FM3200 - Machine Design

This course is an introduction to the primary considerations in the design of machines as they relate to each other, to their operators and to the environment. Machines will be seen as converters of energy and as the extension of human power. The composition and characteristics of machines will be presented. The underlying principles of mechanics of machines and strength of materials demonstrated enabling the student to participate in the design of machinery. The student will gain practical manufacturing exposure and experience.


Prerequisite(s): CF2540



This course is offered in the following programs:
Industrial Engineering Technology (Co-op)
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology (Manufacturing) Co-op