Thomas Lynn’s Profile

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My Courses

MECH1201: DL50 Computer-Aided Manufacturing Systems, Summer2014

MECH1201: DL50 Computer-Aided Manufacturing Systems, Summer2014

Course Website: http://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/mech1201dl50nakamura/ Course Profile (this page): http://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/groups/mech1201-dl50-computer-aided-manufacturing-systems-summer2014 Time: MoTuWeThFr 02:00 – 4:30PM Room: V/0511A Instructor: Masato R. Nakamura (Office: V532) Description: A continuation of Industrial Processes with emphasis on semi-production and the function of the methods engineer. Medium run production equipment setup, economy, tolerance fixtures, CNC programming using CAD/CAM and related planning are recovered. Also covered are presswork, time and motion, machinability, feeds, speeds, job cost estimating. Students’ end-of-term reports include completion of a finished product incorporating modern manufacturing methods.

IND1112: D104 Engineering Drawing I, Fall 2013

IND1112: D104 Engineering Drawing I, Fall 2013

Course Website: http://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/nakamuraind1112d104fa2013/ Course Profile (this page): http://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/groups/ind1112-d104-engineering-drawing-i-fall-2013/ Time: F 10:00 – 11:40 AM, W 12:00 – 1:40 PM Room: V507 Instructor: Masato R. Nakamura (Office: V532) Description: Introduction to CAD working environment, Basic 2-D geometric construction and orthographic projections utilizing CAD systems.

IND2406 CAD Plant Layout Spring 2015

IND2406 CAD Plant Layout Spring 2015

Course Website: Course Profile (this page): Time: T 6 – 9;20 PM Room: V/0511A Instructor: Masato R. Nakamura (Office: V532) Course Desription: Applications of CAD software in industrial plant design. Creation of 2D floor layouts with consideration given to production quantities; material flow; inventory control; personnel requirements; environmental conditions and restraints; heating and lighting; equipment specifications. Alternate equipment placement configurations are developed to meet changing production needs. The student utilizes CAD software to develop the concepts and completes the term project with a 2D plant layout and a 3D rendering of the required facility.

My Projects

Combustion Chamber

Combustion Chamber

Research project by energy and environmental simulation lab

3D Design for Renewable Energy

3D Design for Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy

My Clubs

Energy and Environmental Simulation Laboratory (EES Lab)

Energy and Environmental Simulation Laboratory (EES Lab)

Research Lab Website: openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/eesl/ Lab Profile (this site): openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/groups/energy-and-environmental-simulation-laboratory/ Energy and Environmental Simulation Laboratory (EES Lab) is Professor Masato R. Nakamura’s research group based on Mechanical Engineering Department in New York City College of Technology (City Tech), The City University of New York (CUNY). This laboratory is a professional research unit, not a student club, but opens to everyone who would like to conduct research on energy, environmental engineering (including ecodesign), and computing for sustainability. Also, it’s for people who wish to obtain Research and Development (R&D) skills required in a high-level position in the industry and academia. Excellent students can be recommended to become research assistants in order to publish a paper as a co-author, and have an oral presentation in an international conference. These research activities make students’ resume strong (R&D skills, publication, professional presentation) and will be a huge advantage for finding an engineering position or being accepted to graduate schools for Master or doctoral degree. If you are interested in joining EES Lab, please send Professor Masato R. Nakamura (Tel: 718-260-5532, mnakamura@citytech.cuny.edu ) your resume and answers of following questions: 1) What kinds of research fields are you interested in? 2) How many hours per week can you spend for conducting research? 3) Describe your skills/knowledge of math, physics, computers, and experimental work (lab hands-on skills). 4) After finishing your degree program, what kind of industry or graduate school program you’d like to go?