EM 172 – Manufacturing Processes and Modeling
Course lecturer :
Dr. Mona M. Salem
Course assistant :
Eng. Esraa Ahmed Eng. Nagham Ahmed Eng. Hager Nagy
Course objectives :
– Craft three dimensional scale models that are used in a variety of situations. – Use information and preliminary designs or blueprints to bring an idea into reality. – Create 3D models based on the architectural initial design or blueprint.
Course description :
Students will learn to prepare a massing model of many projects. A series of practical workshops during which the different modeling techniques will be practiced is offered. Students\’ design and make three-dimensional (3D) scale models, usually working in one of the following areas: • Prototype models of new products prior to sale. • Scale models such as construction developments (architectural model making). • Visual special effects for exhibitions, museums, film, TV and theatre. Depending on their area of specialism, they use a variety of techniques including laser cut, wood machining, metal working and sculpting with clay, finishing processes such as hand coloring and spray painting.
Course assessment :
Assessment Form Grade % Modelling assignments 20% Drop quizzes 10% Mini Project 15% Mid-term written exam 15% Final written exam 40%
Recommended text books :
Porter, Tom, and John Neale. Architectural supermodels: physical design simulation. Architectural Press, 2000.
Recommended refrences :
Smith, Albert. Architectural model as machine. Routledge, 2007.