M.Sc[Engg.] in Advanced Manufacturing Technologies(Part Time)

M S Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies (MSRSAS)
In Bangalore

Rs 2,00,000
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  • Master
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    36 Months

The M.Sc. (Engg) in Advanced Manufacturing Technologies aims to: 1. Keep delegates updated with advances in engineering materials and manufacturing processes. 2. Develop ability to analyse and select suitable manufacturing processes and process parameters. 3. Develop ability to model and simulate casting, welding, forming and machining processes.

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
M.S. Ramaiah School of Advanced Studies Gnanagangothri Campus, New BEL Road, 560054, Maharashtra, India
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· Requirements

course will normally be expected to possess at least one of the following: ·A degree (4-year programme) in engineering or equivalent · Masters degree in Science in relevant area · A degree (3-year programme) in science with 1 or 2 years of industrial experience · A Technical Diploma plus at least 3 years appropriate and relevant experience at a professional level

Course programme

This course aims at providing knowledge and skills to delegates for adoption of advanced materials and processes with a competitive manufacturing perspective in Advanced Manufacturing Technologies. Delegates will get a comprehensive dexterity to select materials and processing techniques for manufacturing aerospace, automotive and general engineering components.

Detailed Module:

1 AME501 Computer Aided Engineering
2 AMT501 Materials and Surface Modification Processes
3 AMT502 Plastics and Composites Technology
4 AMT503 Metal Casting and Joining Technologies
5 AMT504 Metal Forming Processes
6 AMT505 Machining Processes
7 AMT506 Metrology and Quality Control
8 AMT507 Production and Operations Management
9 AMT508 Computer Integrated Manufacturing
10 EMM516 Automation in Manufacturing and System Simulation
11 PRJ600 Project

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