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Product Design Engineering: Part-I (IVth Semester)

BTID405A PCC 8 Product Design Engineering-I 1-0-2 2 Credits

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:


Lecture-cum-demonstration: 1 hr/week Continuous Assessment: 20 Marks
Design Studio/Practical: 2 hr/week Mid Semester Evaluation.: 20 Marks
End Semester Assessment.: 60 Marks
(Duration 03 hr)

 Pre-requisites: Knowledge of Basic Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering Drawing


 Design Studio/Practical: 2 hr to develop design sketching and practical skills, learning digital
tools
 Continuous Assessment: Progress through a product design and documentation of steps in the
selected product design
 End Semester Assessment: Product Design in Studio with final product specifications

Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, students will be able to

1. Create simple mechanical or other designs


2. Create design documents for knowledge sharing
3. Manage own work to meet design requirements
4. Work effectively with colleagues

Course Contents:
Unit 1. Introduction to Engineering Product Design:
Trigger for Product/ Process/ System, Problem solving approach for Product Design,
Disassembling existing Product(s) and understanding relationship of components with each
other, Sketching of components, identifying materials and their processing for final product,
fitting of components, understanding manufacturing as scale of the components, Reverse
engineering concept, case studies of products in markets, (or in each discipline), underlying
principles, Case studies of product failures, revival of failed products, Public/Society’s
perception of products, and its input into product design.
Unit 2. Ideation:
Generation of ideas, Funnelling of ideas, Short-listing of ideas for product(s) as an individual or
group of individuals, Sketching of products, Market research for need, competitions, scale and
cost, Initial specifications of products
Unit 3. Conceptualisation:
Computer operation principles and image editing through a graphical Composition; Computer
aided 2D drafting and 3D Modeling through simple exercises.
Designing of components, Drawings of parts and synthesis of a product from its component
parts, Rendering the designs for 3-D visualization and to create a photo realistic image,
Parametric modelling of product, 3-D Visualization of mechanical products, Detail Engineering
drawings of components
Unit 4. Detailing:
Managing assembling, Product specifications- data Sheet, Simple mechanical designs,
Workshop safety and health issues, Create documents for knowledge sharing.

Hands-on Activity Charts for Use of Digital Tools (For IV th Semester)

Activity 1 Learn the basic vector sketching tools. 2


Activity 2 General understanding of shading for adding depth to objects. 2
Understanding of editing vectors

Activity 3 Begin developing a thought process for using digital sketching. 3


Activity 4 Create a basic shape objects sphere, box cylinders 3

Activity 5 Create Automotive wheel concepts 3


Activity 6 Understanding Navigation and Data Panel Interface 2

Activity 7 Solid and Surface modelling, Rendering 3-D models 4


Activity 8 Product market and Product Specification Sheet 3
Activity 9 Documentation for the product 2

References:

1. Model Curriculum for “Product Design Engineer – Mechanical”, NASSCOM (Ref. ID:
SSC/Q4201, Version 1.0, NSQF Level: 7)
2. Eppinger, S., & Ulrich, K.(2015), Product design and development, McGraw-Hill
Higher Education.
3. Green, W., & Jordan, P. W. (Eds.).(1999), Human factors in product design: current
practice and future trends. CRC Press.
4. Sanders, M. S., & McCormick, E. J. (1993), Human factors in engineering and design.
McGraw-Hill Book Company.
5. Roozenburg, N. F., & Eekels, J. (1995), Product design: fundamentals and methods
(Vol. 2). John Wiley & Sons Inc.
6. Lidwell, W., Holden, K., & Butler, J.(2010). Universal principles of designs, revised
and updated: 125 ways to enhance usability, influence perception, increase appeal,
make better design decisions, and teach through design, Rockport Pub.
Product Design Engineering: Part-II (Vth Semester)

BTID405B PCC 8 Product Design Engineering 1-0-2 2 Credits

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:


Lecture-cum-demonstration: 1hr/week Continuous Assessment: 20 Marks
Design Studio/Practical: 2 hr/week Mid Semester Evaluation: 20 Marks
End Semester Exam: 60 Marks(Duration 03 hr)

Pre-requisites: Product Design Engineering: Part-I (IVth Semester), Basic Knowledge of


Mechanical, electronics, electrical, computer and Information Technology disciplines
 Design Studio/Practical: 2 hr to develop design sketching and practical skills
 Continuous Assessment: Progress through a product design and documentation of steps in the
selected product design
 End Semester Assessment: Product Design in Studio with final product specifications

Course Outcomes: At the end of the course, students will be able to


1. in-silico Design of product, detailing of components, Create prototypes
2. Devise the tests and Testing the prototypes
3. Prepare detail product specification sheet
4. Understand the product life cycle management

Unit 1. Testing and Evaluation:


Prototyping, Design Automation, Product architecture, Prototype testing and evaluation,
Working in multidisciplinary teams, Feedback to design processes, Process safety and
materials, Health and hazard of process operations.
Writing detail specifications of various building blocks of the product as per Standards; writing
specifications for materials and various items of work;
Unit 2. Embedded Engineering- User Interface:
Firmware and Hardware Design, UI programming, Algorithm and Logic Development,
Schematic and PCB layout, Testing and Debugging.

Unit 3. Manufacturing:
Design models and digital tools, Decision models, Prepare documents for manufacturing in
standard format, Materials and safety data sheet, Final Product specifications sheet, Detail
Engineering Drawings (CAD/CAM programming), Manufacturing for scale,
Design/identification of manufacturing processes.
Systems of taking out quantities and estimating for all trades involved in construction of the
product; preparation of Bill of Quantities (BOQ); Cost estimating for material and labor,
valuation report preparation, and Budgeting for specific projects.
Unit 4. Environmental Concerns:
Product life-cycle management, Disposal of product and waste.
Hands-on Activity Charts for Use of Digital Tools (Vth Semester)

Activity 1 Prototyping/Assembly 4
Activity 2 Testing and evaluation 3

Activity 3 UI Programming 3
Activity 4 PCB Layout, Testing and debugging 3

Activity 5 CNC Programming 3


Activity 6 CNC Programming with CAM software 3

Activity 7 Product market and Product Specification Sheet 3


Activity 8 Documentation for the product 2

References:

1. Model Curriculum for “Product Design Engineer – Mechanical”, NASSCOM (Ref. ID:
SSC/Q4201, Version 1.0, NSQF Level: 7)
2. Eppinger, S., & Ulrich, K.(2015). Product design and development, McGraw-Hill
Higher Education.
3. Green, W., & Jordan, P. W. (Eds.).(1999), Human factors in product design: current
practice and future trends. CRC Press.
4. Sanders, M. S., & McCormick, E. J. (1993), Human factors in engineering and design.
McGraw-Hill Book Company.
5. Roozenburg, N. F., & Eekels, J. (1995), Product design: Fundamentals and Methods
(Vol. 2). John Wiley & Sons Inc.
6. Lidwell, W., Holden, K., & Butler, J.(2010), Universal principles of designs, revised
and updated: 125 ways to enhance usability, influence perception, increase appeal,
make better design decisions, and teach through design. Rockport Publication.
1. The contents of the courses as listed in above Tables shall be taught in an application- oriented
manner on a scientific and design basis. The course contents shall be taught and learned in
lectures, seminars, labs/ workshops, studio exercises and design projects.

2 Lectures are held to teach basic connections and the systemization of theoretical knowledge and
the methodology of scientific work. Specific subjects are presented in a well structured form,
incorporating new research results. The results shall be evaluated through periodic assessment
of sessional work or an end semester examination or both.
3 In presentations, the contents shall be taught in dialogue and discussion phases between the
teacher and the student. The results shall be evaluated through periodic assessment of sessional
work and/ or end semester examination or both.
4. In Design Studio workshops the contents of the course shall be delivered through hands-on work
and experiments. The results shall be evaluated through periodic assessment of sessional work
or end semester examination or both.
5 In Design studio exercises the teachers shall take the lead to provide tasks and offer guidance for
solutions finding. The students shall work either individually or in groups. The results shall be
defended through drawings; models and reports and evaluated through periodic assessment and
an end semester examination/viva-voce.
6 In design studios/construction studios/projects the students contribute to the processing, analysis
and the solving of problems of direct professional practice, attended by faculty(s) entitled to
conduct the studio and examine. The results shall be defended through drawings, models and
reports and evaluated through periodic assessment and finally by a jury/ panel.
7 The students should be encouraged to engage themselves in the project work in an Industry/
government departments and interact specifically with well qualified professionals. The results
shall be periodically assessed by the expert under whom they are assigned and defend their
portfolio in front of a jury/ panel at the end of the internship period.
8. The student must train himself by hands-on practice for drawing orthogonal projections of
geometrical forms and representations, measured drawing of building elements of designed
models and simple forms, presentation in graphic form of all elements of building blocks of the
prototype, to use various physical and digital tools and production of prototypes using various
materials, production of detailed models of a small project using appropriate materials;
exploration with different materials for prototyping, etc.
9. The teacher should make the student aware of writing detail specifications of various building
blocks of the product as per Standards; writing specifications for materials and various items of
work; Systems of taking out quantities and estimating for all trades involved in construction of
the product; preparation of Bill of Quantities (BOQ); Cost estimating for material and labor,
valuation report preparation, and Budgeting for specific projects.