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Machine Design Conditions and Regulations

Postgraduate course. Face-to-face.

Content

19th EDITION
UPC School
This postgraduate course is also part of the training track for the master's degree Mechatronics and the master's degree Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Equipment.

Subjects

Conditions and Regulations in Machine Design
12 ECTS. 105 teaching hours.
Concurrent Engineering
- The concept of Concurrent Engineering
- Product Development
- Product modularity and complexity
- R&D Project management
- Form design
- Assembly design

Industrial Property. Reliability and Maintainability
- Design for availability
- Methodologies employed during the machine design stage
- General concepts regarding industrial property
- Participation of the Engineer in the Patent Application
- Patent Search. Interpretation of Granted Patents

Machine Ergonomics
- Introduction to workstation and machine design and ergonomics
- Noise and Vibrations
- Anthropometry: Concepts of Anthropometry
- Ergonomic evaluations methods. Relational ergonomics
- Design for Usability

Machine Safety
- Regulations in the European Union/Machinery directive
- The suitability of Work equipment and Risk Assessment
- Technical standards for machine safety
- "Administrative Documentation" and "Case Study"
- Safety and quality of supply in electrical systems
- Safety components

Environmental Impact and End-of-Life
- Energy consumption and environmental impact
- Introduction to Eco-design
- Environmental Regulations
- Life Cycle Analysis (LCA)
- End-of-Life Design
Projecte de Curs Postgrau de Condicionants i Normatives en el Disseny de Màquines.
3 ECTS.
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INFORMATION 2018-19 EDITION

Next course:
October 2019

Credits:
15 ECTS
(105 teaching hours)

Timetable:
Tuesday  18:00 to 21:30Thursday  18:00 to 21:30
Taught at:
Centre de Disseny d'Equips Industrials (CDEI-UPC)
C/ Llorens Artigues, 4-6. Edifici U, planta 0
Barcelona

Registration fee:
2.400 €

Language of instruction:
Spanish

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