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Fall Semester 2017  

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
Joseph Chen • Morgan Hall 110 • 677-2740
IME101Introduction to Industrial & Manufacturing Engr (1 hour)
 01 M3:00 PM -4:15 PM MOR306 Joseph Chen  
 and M3:00 PM -4:15 PM     MOR306     Gangjian Guo 
 and               Gary Chensin Lin 
IME103Computer Aided Graphics (2 hours)
 01 MW1:30 PM -2:40 PM MOR305 Gangjian Guo  
 02 TT3:00 PM -4:10 PM MOR305 Tadd Swanson  
IME110Introduction to Computers & Computational Analysis (3 hours)
Corequisite: MTH 115 or IMT 212 or consent of instructor
 01 TT4:30 PM -5:45 PM MOR305 Megan Larke  
IME200Engineering Co-Op (0 hours)
Prerequisite: sophomore standing in the College of Engineering and Technology, 2.0 overall grade point average at Bradley, approval of engineering and technology Co-op coordinator and Co-op advisor.
 01 *R* Arr     Julie Reyer  
IME301Engineering Economy I (3 hours)
Prerequisite: MTH 121 or IMT 212
 01 MW9:00 AM -10:15 AM MOR108 Regina Pope-Ford  
 02 TT3:00 PM -4:15 PM MOR411 K S Krishnamoorthi  
 03 TT4:30 PM -5:45 PM MOR108 Fariborz Tayyari  
IME311Introduction to Engineering Statistical Methods (3 hours)
Prerequisite: MTH 122.
 01 *R* MW12:00 PM -1:15 PM MOR411 K S Krishnamoorthi  
IME312Engineering Statistical Methods (3 hours)
Prerequisite: IME 311 with C or better.
 01 TT9:00 AM -10:15 AM MOR305 John Yoo  
IME313Operations Research I (3 hours)
Prerequisite: MTH 223
 01 *R* TT1:30 PM -2:45 PM MOR305 John Yoo  
IME331Fundamentals of Materials Science (3 hours)
Prerequisite: CHM 110, 111; PHY 110 or PHY 107
 01 MW10:30 AM -11:45 AM MOR306 Saeed Saboury  
IME333Materials Science Laboratory (1 hour)
Prerequisite: IMT 232 or IME 331
 01 W3:00 PM -4:50 PM MOR206 Saeed Saboury  
 02 Tu1:30 PM -3:30 PM MOR206 Saeed Saboury  
IME341Introduction to Manufacturing Processes (3 hours)
Prerequisite: IME 103
Registration in lecture and one lab required.
 01 *R* TT12:00 PM -12:50 PM MOR306 Gangjian Guo  
 A *R* Th10:30 AM -11:45 AM MOR001 Gangjian Guo  
 B *R* Th1:30 PM -2:45 PM MOR001 Gangjian Guo  
IME361Introduction to Simulation and Expert Systems (2 hours)
Prerequisite: IME 110; IME 311 or IME 302
 01 MW12:00 PM -1:00 PM MOR305 Gary Chensin Lin  
IME385Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain (3 hours)
Prerequisite: IME 302 or equivalent or consent of the instructor
 01 *R* MW1:30 PM -2:45 PM MOR108 Joseph Chen  
IME386Industrial and Managerial Engineering (3 hours)
Prerequisite: MTH 121 or IMT 212 or Equivalent
 01 *R* TT1:30 PM -2:45 PM MOR306 Regina Pope-Ford  
IME412Design and Analysis of Experiments (3 hours)
Prerequisite: Two semesters of statistics or consent of instructor.
 01 MW9:00 AM -10:15 AM MOR305 John Yoo  
IME422Manufacturing Quality Control (3 hours)
Prerequisite: IME 311 with C or better or consent of instructor
 01 MW3:00 PM -4:15 PM MOR411 K S Krishnamoorthi  
IME431Materials Engineering (2 hours)
Corequisite: IME 333.
 01 M3:00 PM -4:50 PM MOR108 Saeed Saboury  
IME441Manufacturing Processes I (3 hours)
Prerequisite: IME 331, IME 341, or Consent of the Instructor
 01 MW5:00 PM -6:15 PM MOR306 Iqbal Shareef  
IME466Facilities Planning (3 hours)
Prerequisite: IME 386 or consent of instructor
 01 MW10:30 AM -11:45 AM MOR108 Gangjian Guo  
IME483Production Planning and Control (3 hours)
Prerequisite: IME 386, minimum grade of C in IME 311 and IME 313 or consent of instructor.
 01 TT12:00 PM -1:15 PM MOR305 Gary Chensin Lin  
IME485Occupational Ergonomics (3 hours)
Prerequisite: IME 302 or IME 311, and CE 150 or IMT 222, or consent of instructor.
 01 TT3:00 PM -4:15 PM MOR108 Regina Pope-Ford  
IME486Logistics & Supply Chain Systems (3 hours)
Prerequisite: IME 386, IME 311, IME 313; or consent of instructor.
 01 *R* MW4:30 PM -5:45 PM MOR305 Gary Chensin Lin  
IME499Senior Industrial Project (4 hours)
Prerequisite: 30 hours of IMET Department courses with a minimum 2.25 GPA; COM 103; consent of course coordinator.
 01 *R* MWF10:30 AM -12:00 PM MOR411 Iqbal Shareef  
IME501Engineering Cost Analysis (3 hours)
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Not open to students with credit in IME 301 or IME 305.
 01 MW12:00 PM -1:15 PM MOR108 Fariborz Tayyari  
IME511Engineering Statistical Analysis (3 hours)
Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
 01 *R* TT1:30 PM -2:45 PM MOR108 Fariborz Tayyari  
IME512Design and Analysis of Experiments (3 hours)
Prerequisite: Two semesters of statistics or consent of instructor. Not open to students with credit in IME 412
 01 MW9:00 AM -10:15 AM MOR305 John Yoo  
IME522Manufacturing Quality Control (3 hours)
Prerequisite: One semester of statistics or consent of instructor. Not open to students with credit in IME 422
 01 *R* MW3:00 PM -4:15 PM MOR411 K S Krishnamoorthi  
IME541Advanced Forming Processes (3 hours)
Prerequisite: IME 441 or consent of Instructor
 01 Canceled
IME566Advanced Facility Planning (3 hours)
Prerequisite: IME 386 or IME 500 or consent of instructor
 01 *R* MW10:30 AM -11:45 AM MOR108 Gangjian Guo  
IME570Selected Topics in Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering (1 to 3 hours)
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
 01 Arr     Iqbal Shareef  
 "Advanced MFG Processe"
 02 *R* Arr     Ye Li  
 "Multi-axis Machining"
IME583Production Planning and Control (3 hours)
Prerequisite: IME 386, minimum grade of C in IME 511, IME 514 or consent of instructor. Not open to students with credit in IME 483
 01 *R* TT12:00 PM -1:15 PM MOR305 Gary Chensin Lin  
IME585Occupational Ergonomics (3 hours)
Prerequisite: Graduate Standing and Consent of instructor. Not open to students with credit in IME 485.
 01 TT3:00 PM -4:15 PM MOR108 Regina Pope-Ford  
IME586Logistics & Supply Chain Systems (3 hours)
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Not open to students with credit in IME 486.
 01 *R* MW4:30 PM -5:45 PM MOR305 Gary Chensin Lin  
IME691Research (0 to 3 hours)
Prerequisite: Unconditional graduate status, minimum GPA of 3.2 after 15 hours of graduate work, and consent of instructor
 01 *R* Arr     Joseph Chen  
 02 *R* Arr     Gangjian Guo  
 03 *R* Arr     Regina Pope-Ford  
 04 *R* Arr     Iqbal Shareef  
IME699Thesis (0 to 6 hours)
Prerequisite: Unconditional status, 3.25 GPA with at least 15 hours earned, and consent of graduate coordinator
Course Surcharge: $50 per credit hour
 01 *R* Arr     John Yoo  
 02 *R* Arr     Iqbal Shareef  
 
Survey of industrial and manufacturing engineering. Introduction to IME and MFE techniques and tools. Not open to students with credit in any 200-level or above IME, IME, or MFE course.
Computer aided drafting, theory of orthographic projection, sections, auxiliaries, and basic dimensioning.
Use of various modern computing technologies, including numerical analysis software and Internet-based applications. Coding of numerical algorithms as applied to engineering functions.
Full-time cooperative education assignment for manufacturing engineering and industrial engineering students who alternate periods of full-time school with periods of full-time academic or career-related work in industry. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory.
Analysis of economic aspects of engineering decisions. Effect of interest and other cost factors on evaluation of engineering alternatives. Roles of mathematical models and other techniques in economical design and test of products. Introduction to value engineering.
Engineering data collection and analysis; discrete and continuous probability models; confidence intervals; tests of hypotheses; regression analysis; essentials of statistically designed experiments; engineering application of statistical methods. Extensive use of statistical computer software.
Extension of IME 311: Probability models, multi-variable analysis, step-wise design of statistical experiments, multiple regression, response surface analysis, distribution of random vectors, function of random variable sample statistics. Required semester project. Extensive use of statistical computer software.
Philosophy and techniques of operations research. Emphasis on elementary model building and concepts of optimization, structure of problem solving; linear programming, transportation and assignment algorithms; game theory; network analysis, branch and bound theory; dynamic programming; decision theory involving one stage problems.
Materials science in engineering. Structure of perfect solids: metals, plastics, composites, and ceramics. Structure of imperfect solids: phase equilibria; diffusion, mechanical properties, and plastic deformation; strengthening mechanisms; relation between mechanical properties and microstructural control; organic polymers; electrical conduction in materials; semi-conductors; magnetic materials.
Laboratory practices and experience for basic materials science investigations. Mechanical testing, metallographic examination and thermal treatment of metals, non-destructive and destructive testing of non-metallic materials.
A laboratory-intensive introduction to manufacturing machinery and processes, tooling, and safety. Product specification interpretation and associated planning for tooling and methods. Material removal; forming operations; casting and molding of metals and plastics; joining techniques.
Procedures and rationale for planning, designing, and implementing computer simulation experiments and expert systems used to analyze human-machine systems in engineering, business, and social sciences.
Logistics terms and definitions; logistics demand forecast; transportation decision models; supply chain concepts, analyzing, designing, and implementing logistics systems.
Principles of IME applied to design of an organization's physical facilities and operating systems. Analysis and measurement of human work applied to work system design. Laboratory and interdisciplinary community projects.
Design and analysis of experiments in research, development, and production activities. Experimental designs for evaluating significance of main effects and interactions of several variables. Treatment of problems of measurement, planning, and evaluating programs. Cross listed with IME 512
Analysis of factors affecting product quality during manufacturing; process control charts; process capability studies; error of measurement; sampling plans; motivation programs; quality audit; organization. Cross listed with IME 522.
Properties and selection of materials for engineering applications. Mechanical and thermal treatment of materials. Destructive and non-destructive testing. Corrosion control and prevention. Wear and fracture of engineering materials. Design and testing for fracture resistance. Emphasis on case studies and applications.
Principles, techniques, limitations, and applications of metal cutting and forming processes. Phenomena of tool life, tool wear, surface integrity, resultant properties, and tolerances of these operations. Traditional forging, rolling, drawing, and extrusion processes; processing limits and resultant effects on material and component properties. Non-traditional methods and processing economics.
Physical organization of work places and departments to optimize objectives such as material movement, safety, and worker satisfaction. Review of IME methods for work place design and productivity measurement and economic decision making. Computer solutions for layout problems and mathematical models for location problems. Cross listed with IME 566.
Analysis of Service-Production-Inventory systems using common planning and scheduling techniques. Mathematical models for project planning, aggregate planning, master scheduling and inventory analysis. Interface with quality control and computer systems. Cross listed as IME 583.
Functional anatomy and physiology of muscle and skeletal systems and their relationship to work design. Work physiology, kinesiology, and anthropometry in relation to their application in work-place design and hand-tool design. Utilization of physical work capacity and job demands for job design, personnel assignment, and assessment of work-rest scheduling. Cross listed as IME 585.
Logistics terms and definitions; logistics as a design process; supply chain concepts, analyzing, designing and implementing logistics systems.
Application of engineering principles to solve a real-world problem. Student works as member of a team assigned to a problem in a manufacturing, processing, service, or governmental organization. Requires a professional written and oral report. Cross-listed with IMT 498
Economic aspects of engineering decisions including techniques of obtaining cost data, cost allocation and product costing, break-even analysis, financial analysis, and investment market.
Concepts in probability and statistics from practical and theoretical angles. Definition of probability, random variable, distribution, important discrete and continuous distributions, sampling distribution of X-bar, Central Limit Theorem, t, chi-squared and F distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, regression analysis, and analysis of variance.
Design and analysis of experiments in research, development, and production activities. Experimental designs for evaluating significance of main effects and interactions of several variables. Treatment of problems of measurement, planning, and evaluating programs. Prerequisite: two semesters of statistics or consent of instructor.
Analysis of factors affecting product quality during manufacturing; process control charts; process capability studies; error of measurement; sampling plans; motivation programs; quality audit; organization. A research paper required. Cross listed with IME 422
Analytical methods in metal forming processes including slab approach, upper bound techniques, slip-line field and visio-plasticity methods. Forging, rolling, extrusion, drawing, sheet forming, near net-shape processes, and CAD/CAM.
Physical organization of work places and departments to optimize objectives such as material movement, safety, and worker satisfaction. Review of IE methods of work place design and productivity measurement and economic decision making. Computer solutions for layout problems and mathematical models for location problems. A research project is required. Cross listed with IME 466.
Topics of special interest which may vary each time course is offered. Topic stated in current Schedule of Classes. May be repeated up to a maximum of 6 hrs. Combined credit for IE 590 and IME 570 may not exceed six hours.
Analysis of Service-Production-Inventory systems using common planning and scheduling techniques. Mathematical models for project planning, aggregate planning, master scheduling and inventory analysis. Interface with quality control and computer systems. A research paper is required. Cross listed as IME 483.
Functional anatomy and physiology of muscle and skeletal systems and their relationship to work design. Work physiology, kinesiology, and anthropometry in relation to their application in work-place design and hand-tool design. Utilization of physical work capacity and job demands for job design, personnel assignment, and assessment of work-rest scheduling. Research projects required. Cross listed as IME 485.
Logistics terms and definitions; logistics as a design process; supply chain concepts, analyzing, designing and implementing logistics and supply chain systems. A research paper is required. Cross listed as IME 486.
Research project or professional problem to be selected by student and advisor. May be repeated to a maximum of 3 hours credit. Beyond initial enrollment the student must register for 0 hours.
Required of students choosing thesis option. Total of six hours to be taken; any semester after six hours, the student must register for zero hours to maintain progress.
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