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9 - MMS - Mechanical Engineering and Material Sciences


MMS 101 - Machine Elements

Code Start Date Duration Venue
MMS 101 15 August 2022 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MMS 101 10 October 2022 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
MMS 101 05 December 2022 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
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Course Description

Every machine uses machine elements for either statical or dynamical purposes. This course is designed to give the information on machine design and selection of machine elements as well as basic facts of machine elements.This course makes the participants able to perform analyses of standard mechanical components, select satisfactory components to be used in particular design cases, obtain an introductory perspective on the overall design of complex mechanical subsystems. 

Course Objectives

  • Familiarizing with machine design
  • Learning special requirements of each machine components
  • Learning the selection methodology of machine elements
  • Understanding the service and maintenance requirements for machine elements

Who Should Attend?

  • Service Personnel 
  • Mechanical Technicians
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Anyone who would like to design and build a machine or service it

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Machine design and need for machine elements
  • Introduction of machine design procedure
  • Examples of different mobile and stationary machines
  • Preparation of design requirements list
  • Necessity for machine elements
  • Basic uses of machine elements

Day 2

  • Screws types and selection
  • Machine screw
  • Different features of a screw
  • Screw materials
  • Screw manufacturing
  • Bearings types
  • Selection procedure for bearings
  • Bearing failures

Day 3

  • Seals types and usage
  • Seal materials
  • Seal manufacturing
  • Spring calculations, types and selection
  • Compression springs
  • Torsion bars

Day 4

  • Torque transmitting elements, belts, chains and gears
  • Belt calculations
  • Belt and pulley selection
  • Differences between the belt and chain systems
  • Chain manufacturing and failures
  • Gear modules
  • Gearboxes

Day 5

  • Actuators: hydraulics, pneumatics and electrical motors
  • Actuator selection procedure
  • Hydraulic and pneumatic system design
  • Electric motor types and selection procedure
  • Comparison of different actuators