Implantation of Virtual Practices about Materials Processing in the Manufacturing Engineering Department of the University of Malaga

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In this work the results obtained with the virtualisation of manufacturing processes engineering practices at Malaga University are analyzed. This educative innovation tool allows to increase the efficiency of students learning because they can have available previously, by means of the computer, the different practise classes that they will do later. The results show this improvement obtained with the preliminary realization in virtual way in relation to make only an attended practise being present at the laboratory.

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M. Marcos

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51-59

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.625.51

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L. Sevilla et al., "Implantation of Virtual Practices about Materials Processing in the Manufacturing Engineering Department of the University of Malaga ", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 625, pp. 51-59, 2009

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August 2009

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