DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN PRODUCTION PROCESSES. PART 1

Modern Approaches in Engineering
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590 students
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What is the digital revolution
Principles and methods in Industry 4.0
How to manage data of product lifecycles
Approaches and soft for managing an enterprise
What is big data and its analytics for engineers
What is the digital twin and its types
Digitalisation of Product Processes and Maintenance

Requirements

  • There are no requirements for the course

Description

The course 'Digital technologies in manufacturing processes' shows modern approaches and trends in product design, manufacturing and managing in an enterprise. Generally the fresh information is used in master degree courses, but for this course you do not need special knowledge to understand how an enterprise in the future could work in the information era.

Today digital work and digital transformation are hard but necessary goals for all companies. Since the beginning of the Fourth industrial revolution, each factory needs specialists who know what ERP or VR is, how to build a digital warehouse or a network with cyber-physical systems, where RFID is used, or what is TPM for service. The course includes basic information about digital twins, the Industrial Internet of Things, PLM, and many other digital technologies. To formalize it, we set ourselves the following goals:

  • To give an idea of ​​the development of the enterprise digital environment.

  • To give the skills to use solutions and digital algorithms and find the digitization of the product life cycle.

The course "DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN PRODUCTION PROCESSES. PART 1" was developed by CAD specialists at Togliatti State University and National University of Science and Technology "MISIS".

Who this course is for:

  • students in engineering
  • engineers (CAD, machinery, processes design etc)

Course content

2 sections7 lectures37m total length
  • The Role of the Digital Revolution. Video
    03:45
  • The Concept of Digitalisation Technologies. Video
    03:02
  • Elements of Digital Production. Video
    09:59
  • Principles of Digital Technologies Implementation. Video
    04:06
  • Test 1
    16 questions

Instructors

Polina Shenberger
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
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  • 590 Students
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Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor, Togliatti State University, Russian Federation. Author of 25 scientific publications. An expert in the field of automated modeling, finite element analysis, programming in C #. Work experience in the specialty for 13 years. Author of training courses on surface modeling, analysis of structural strength, assessment of ergonomic indicators, applied teaching disciplines on various computer-aided design systems.

Senior Lecturer in Machinery and CAD/CAM/CAE
Pavel Puteev
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I was graduated from Togliatty State Univercity, Russian Federation with master degree in engineering (die design, mold design, stamping processes) in 2013. I have more then 12 year work experience in computer modeling. Author of articles, training manuals on CAD/CAM/CAE working, and tooling design. My hobbies are 3D-design, styding languages, world history.

SA
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EL
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 7 Reviews
  • 590 Students
  • 1 Course

Eng., PhD, Full Doctor of Technical Science, Professor, Head of the Chair "Powder Metallurgy and Functional Coatings", and Head of the SHS-Center MISIS-ISMAN, National University of Science and Technology "MISIS"