Introduction of Material Forming and Control Engineering Major

This major aims to cultivate students to meet the needs of economic and social development, have a sense of social responsibility, good humanities and social science literacy and professional ethics, master the necessary basic knowledge of mathematics and natural science, basic theory, basic methods and basic skills of material forming and control engineering and related disciplines, and can comprehensively consider social, health, safety, law and other factors to solve the problem of material forming with strong practical ability, innovation awareness, cooperation and exchange skills, international vision, strong ability to constantly learn and adapt to the development of professional technology, can be engaged in technology development, application research, production organization and management in material forming and control engineering and related fields.

Main courses:

Engineering Graphics, Engineering Mechanics, Mechanical Design Basis, Electrotechnics and Electronics, Fundamentals of Materials Science, Mechanical manufacturing technology, material forming principle, material forming equipment and automation, die casting process and die design, welding method and technology, plastic forming process and mold design, additive manufacturing technology, stamping process and die design.

Main practical courses:

Material Forming CAD Basic Training, Engineering Training, Course Design of Mechanical Design, Experiment of Material Science, Cognitive Practice, Professional Comprehensive Experiment, Exercitation, Digital design software practice, plastic molding process and mold design course design, Welding Engineering Design, Course Design of Stamping Process and Die Design, CAE Engineering Practice of Material Forming, Graduation Project.

        Graduates can work in the fields of aviation machinery, research and management, research and development, automobile manufacturing, and application, etc. Most of the graduates work in coastal areas along the Yangtze River, such as Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Guangdong and other provinces.