ENG1001 - Engineering design: Lighter, faster, stronger - 2019

6 points, SCA Band 2, 0.125 EFTSL

Undergraduate - Unit

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Faculty

Engineering

Chief examiner(s)

Professor Julia Lamborn

Coordinator(s)

Dr Lizi Sironic (Clayton)
Dr Vivi Anggraini (Malaysia)

Unit guides

Offered

Clayton

  • First semester 2019 (On-campus)
  • Second semester 2019 (On-campus)

Malaysia

  • First semester 2019 (On-campus)
  • Second semester 2019 (On-campus)
  • October intake 2019 (On-campus)

Prerequisites

None

Co-requisites

Students must be enrolled in a Bachelor of Engineering Honours (single or double degree) or in the single degree of the Bachelor of Science

Prohibitions

ENG1020, ENG1040, ENG1050

Synopsis

This unit develops a process for the analysis and design of static and dynamic structures and mechanisms using engineered materials. Through a multidisciplinary approach, the fundamentals of mechanical, civil and material engineering will be explained and the basic concepts of loads and motions are introduced.

Team-based projects will highlight the multidisciplinary nature of modern engineering. These concepts will be practised through hands-on projects carried out by teams. Communication and teamwork skills will be developed through teamwork tasks.

Outcomes

At the successful completion of this unit you will be able to:

  1. Identify different structural systems (e.g. beams and trusses) and translate physical structures into appropriate models for analysis and design.
  2. Determine forces acting in simple beams and truss systems using free body diagrams and rigid body equilibrium.
  3. Determine internal axial and bending stresses in beams, struts and/or trusses structures and select appropriately sized members.
  4. Determine the motion of particles and rigid bodies using fundamental concepts of kinematics and kinetics.
  5. Determine the motion of particles and rigid bodies using energy methods.
  6. Describe the key properties of structural materials for specific applications.
  7. Describe, determine and summarise the importance of the microstructure of materials and analyse the microstructure-property relationship.
  8. Describe how different material processing routes directly influence material structural properties.
  9. Function as part of a team and communicate effectively with team members to prepare and present engineering prototypes and oral and written reports in a professional engineering format.

Assessment

Continuous assessment: 60%

Examination (3 hours): 40%

Students are required to achieve at least 45% in the total continuous assessment component and at least 45% in the final examination component and an overall mark of 50% to achieve a pass grade in the unit. Students failing to achieve this requirement will be given a maximum of 45% in the unit.

Workload requirements

2 hours lectures, 3 hours of laboratory/workshop activities and 7 hours of private study per week.

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