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URN etd-0816105-102017 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 3543 times. Download 1959 times. Author Cheng-Hung Hsu Author's Email Address No Public. Department Mechanical Engineering Year 2004 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 89 Title The Development of Computer Assisted Instruction System for Stamping Part Design Keyword Stamping parts Stamping die Mechanical design C.A.I. C.A.I. Mechanical design Stamping die Stamping parts Abstract This study is focus on integration of stamping parts design skill, e.g. mold design, part forming process, software technique ... etc, of mechanical designer. And base on theories of C.A.I., we generate one training process and prepare training materials for novice mechanical designer workshop training.
The training programs are as following:
1.Computer Assisted Instruction (C.A.I.):
Training material is built by working experiences and design principles. By the methods of instructing theories and learning theories, author arranges a training program. Inside the program, each learning process is constructed by vertical thinking method and horizontal thinking method. By time effect method, novice can learn repeatedly and can familiar with basic skills and senses. Training material can be separated into 4 topics:（1）Interflow（2）Theory（3）Testing（4）Teaching.
（1）Teaching materials: Recording working experiences, re-arranging and demonstrating on PC.
（2）Memorandum: Writing down what you learned on each stage.
Users can exchange information on learning and on working by e-mails. By this way, users can discuss and interact quickly and efficiently with lectures.
Advisor Committee Ming-Yung Wang - advisor
Long-Jyi Yeh - co-chair
M.-G. Her - co-chair
T.-S. Lan - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2005-07-13 Date of Submission 2005-08-16