basics of machine construction
for construction engineers
- Obtaining basic information about machine construction
- Learning the elements of the construction process
- Familiarizing the basics of fracture toughness and fatigue strength
- Gaining knowledge on running experimental tests in the machine construction process
- Learning about permanent and separable connections
- Obtaining information about rack gear, chain drives, friction drives and belts
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- A certificate of completion in 2 languages – Polish and English
- Educational aids: scripts
- Access to specialist magazines and technical literature
- Writing aids (pen, notebook)
- A bag of company gadgets
- Complete care of idividually assigned customer service person
- Participant Cards with discounts to partner restaurants / pubs in Gliwice
day 2 h. 9.00 - 16.00
day 3 h. 9.00 - 16.00
fax: +48 32 720 20 52
- Evaluation criteria for constructions
- Rules for machine manufacturing – selection and processing of semi-finished products, assembly, machine elements precision
- Standardization and unification of machine construction
- Selected construction materials – with particular focus on the mechanical, physical and technological properties
- Basics of modeling
- Comparison of the nominal and mathematical model characteristics
- Phenomena related to the machine operation
- Problems connected with the construction optimization
- Optimization methods: random, mixed, gradient-free
- Complex method
- Dynamic programming
- Concept of unreliability
- Model of object failure formation
- Unreliability levels
- Selection of machine unreliability level
- Unreliability structure
- Modeling and unreliability analysis
- Human safety in the human-technology-environment systems
- Elements of linear fracture mechanics, fragile and quasi-fragile fracture
- Safety factors and elements of non-linear fracture mechanics
- Other aspects of fracture mechanics
- Alternating stresses
- Wohler diagrams – fatigue limit
- Fatigue diagrams
- Fatigue fracture
- Notch effect
- Safety factors and permissible stresses
- Other aspects of fatigue strength
- Measurements of: time, temperature, mass, density, geometrical quantities, state of stress, deformation etc.
- Weld joints
- Riveted joints
- Soldered joints
- Glues joints
- Verification of the threaded, shape and form-friction connections
- One-dimensional structures,
- Thin-walled structures
- Torsion bar suspensions
- Susceptible materials
- Lubricating agents
- Basic types of wear
- Rolling and slide bearings – selection, verification.
- Construction guidelines
- Usage information
- Wear and damages
- Wear and damages
- Wear and damages
- Wear and damages
Multimedia overhead projector, whiteboard, laptops for participants and tutor.
Training sessions are carried out by industrial representatives and long-standing member of academic staff from units of higher education with considerable experience in implementation and repair projects. Our tutors work for large industrial plants solving technical problems and performing engineering tasks.
- Dietrych M., Korewa W., Zygmunt K.: Podstawy Konstrukcji Maszyn, Tom I-II-III, WNT, Warszawa 1998
- Osiński Z., Bajon W., Szucki T.: Podstawy konstrukcji maszyn, PWN, Warszawa 1980
- Beitz G. P. W.: Nauka konstruowania, WNT, Warszawa 1984
- Niezgodziński M. E., Niezgodziński T.: Obliczenia zmęczeniowe elementów maszyn, PWN, Warszawa 1973
- Praca zbiorowa: Mały poradnik mechanika, Tom I- II-III, WNT, Warszawa 1998
- Markusik S.: Sprzęgła mechaniczne, WNT, Warszawa 1979
- Osiński Z.: Sprzęgła i hamulce, WNT, Warszawa 1999
- Bowden D.: Wprowadzenie do trybologii, WNT, Warszawa 1980
- Ochęduszko K.: Koła zębate, Tom I-II- III, WNT, Warszawa 2012
The main objective of the course is presenting basic theory related to the machine construction with a view to its practical application in the industry.
Benefits for participants
- Use terminology connected with machine construction
- Utilize their knowledge about basic elements included in the course program
- Verify and design basic joints and assess selection of their performance parameters in relations to particular industrial solutions
- Use standards and select standardized and unified elements
- Understand the necessity of respecting rules for machine exploitation and the limitations in the design and construction process
The essential elements of the training courses organized by EMT-Systems are content, well-qualified trainers and modern equipment. However, as the Engineering Training Center we also pay attention to the highest quality of catering services.Each day of the course the participants receive:
- Unlimited access to our EMT Coffi Di‘Italian Espresso Bar. During short breaks in classes our students may use the fully stocked coffee bar:
- THERMOPLAN BW 4 – a professional Swiss coffee machine used in best cafes. You may choose the coffee you like best - Cappuccino, Espresso, Americano, Caffe Latte and Turkish Coffee.
- Traditional vending machine serving different types of coffees and hot beverages such as tea, hot chocolate or borscht.
- A selection of kettles, coffees and teas for self service.
- Sparkling and still mineral water, squash.
- A selection of cookies and fruit.
- A two-course lunch - the cuisine offered by two nearby diners is a combination of traditional, home-made flavors known from modern dairy bars with meals served in restaurants.
The highlight is the aroma of freshly ground coffee!