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2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
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2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
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2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
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2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
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2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
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2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
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2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
2010 bachelorof engineeringcomputeraideddesignampcomputeraidedmanufacturing
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  • 1. Contents Page• UM : Mission Statement, Vision Statement and Core Values• Faculty of Engineering : Mission Statement, Vision Statement, Student and Academic Programmes• Message from the Dean, Faculty of Engineering• Administration Organisation Chart• Faculty of Engineering Administrative Staff• Academic Schedule for the 2009/2010 Academic Year• Prohibition Against Plagiarism• The Engineering Library• Brief Profile of the Department• Introduction of Outcome Based Education (OBE)• Programme Educational Objective and Programme Outcome• Academic Staff• Support Staff• Curriculum Structure• Academic Planner• Requirement for Graduation• Course Pro-forma and Course Information 1
  • 2. UNIVERSITY OF MALAYAMISSIONTo advance knowledge and learning through quality research and education for the nationand humanity.VISIONTo be an internationally renowned institution of higher learning in research, innovation,publication and teaching.CORE VALUES Integrity Respect Academic Freedom Open-mindedness Accountability Proffesionalism Meritocracy Teamwork Creativity Social Responsibility 2
  • 3. FACULTY OF ENGINEERINGMISSIONTo advance engineering knowledge and learning through quality education and research inthe pursuit of the fulfilling aspirations of the University and nation.VISIONWe strive to be an internationally renowned Faculty of Engineering in research, innovation,publication and teaching.STUDENTS Continue to produce highly competent and skilled individuals with leadership qualities and good interpersonal skills. Contribute to nation-building by producing good citizens who respect universal human values. Have students of diverse backgrounds who respect and internalise diversity. Inculcate of social awareness and obligation values. Develop students to have an international outlook and outreach. Develop students to become highly competent engineers capable of identifying , formulating, and solving problems in a creative and innovative manner.ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES Ensure academic programmes are relevant, current, innovative and internationally recognised to meet national and global needs. Continously develop academic programmes that inspire and tap students’ potential. Ensure academic programmes are accredited by local and international engineering professional bodies. Continously develop programmes that are relevant to industrial requirements. 3
  • 4. MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN FACULTY OF ENGINEERINGAssalamualaikum w.r.t dan Salam SejahteraWelcome to the Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya.Engineering education, at the tertiary level, began in Malaysia in 1956 with the establishmentof the Engineering Department at University of Malaya’s Bukit Timah campus in Singapore.Only a Bachelor degree course in Civil Engineering was offered then. The department wasupgraded to a faculty when University of Malaya relocated to its campus in Lembah Pantai in1958. In the same year, the second bachelor degree course in Mechanical Engineering wasintroduced. A year later, a Bachelor Degree course in Electrical Engineering was added tothe number of courses available to undergraduates. In 1970, the Faculty introduced thefourth course, a bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering. All four courses were turned intorespective departments in 1974. In the 1996/97 session, the Faculty introduced six othercourses namely in Telecommunication Engineering, Environmental Engineering, MaterialsEngineering, Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Engineering and BiomedicalEngineering.To-date, the Faculty has six departments i.e the Department of Civil Engineering,Department of Electrical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department ofChemical Engineering, the Department of Engineering Design & Manufacture and theDepartment of Biomedical Engineering. The Faculty now offers 12 courses, with the latestaddition of the Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering (Prosthetics and Orthotics), which wasintroduced in the 2009/2010 session. All engineering courses, offered by University ofMalaya, have been accreditated by the Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC), the Boardof Engineers, Malaysia (BEM) in order for all undergraduate engineering students toregister with them, upon graduation. All programmes have been structured such, that theymeet the nation and the stakeholder’s vision of producing responsible, multi-talented andhighly qualified engineers of excellent leadership quality. This is evident from theProgramme Outcome and Programme Educational Objectives mapped out for each course,offered.In line with the global tertiary education scenario, efforts are in place to drive the Facultytowards excellence and to ensure that the human capital produced by the university meetscurrent needs. Towards this direction, the Faculty has adopted the National TertiaryEducation Strategic Plan and inputs from various stakeholder programmes as the basis, toimprove the quality, competitiveness and creativity of each course offered. As a preliminarystep to ensure that all courses offered, are relevant to market needs, the faculty is reviewingthe overall curriculum in order to produce engineering graduates of high calibre.Internationalisation is also the Faculty of Engineering’s agenda and part of the thrust of theNational Tertiary Education Strategic Plan. Beginning with the 2007/08 session, internationalstudents were also recruited to pursue engineering courses at the Faculty. With thepresence of international students, alongside Malaysian students, it’s the Faculty’s aspirationto make the students adopt a more global and open-minded approach in order to enhancetheir overall level of competitiveness. We hope all undergraduates will be able tosuccessfully complete their courses and be able to secure successful careers, upongraduation. 4
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  • 6. MANAGEMENT STAFF FACULTY OF ENGINEERINGDean : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Hamdi Abd Shukor Tel: 03-79675200 E-mail: hamdi@um.edu.myDeputy Dean (Academic) : Prof. Ir. Dr. Mohd Zamin Jumaat Tel: 03-79675201 E-mail: zamin@um.edu.myDeputy Dean (Research and : Prof. Dr. Masjuki Hj HassanPostgraduate Studies) Tel: 03-79674477/79674478 E-mail: masjuki@um.edu.myDeputy Dean (Development) : Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr. Hew Wooi Ping Tel: 03-79675202 E-mail: wphew@um.edu.myPrincipal Assistant Registrar : Mrs. Mariam Mohd Ali Tel: 03-79675356/7638 E-mail: mariam@um.edu.myAssistant Registrar : Mrs. Che Mazni Sidek(Postgraduate Studies) Tel: 03-79674482 E-mail: mazni_sidek@um.edu.myAssistant Registrar : Mr. Yan Mohd Nor Alif Mohamad Noh(Undergraduate Studies) Tel: 03-79677636 E-mail: yan_mna@um.edu.my 6
  • 7. ACADEMIC SCHEDULE SESSION 2010/2011 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING SEMESTER I, SESSION 2010/2011Induction Week 1 Week 04.07.2010 – 11.07.2010Lectures 8 Weeks 12.07.2010 – 03.09.2010Mid-Semester Break/Special Break 2 Week* 04.09.2010 – 19.09.2010Lectures 6 Weeks 20.09.2010 – 29.10.2010Revision 1 Week** 30.10.2010 – 07.11.2010Special Semester Break 2 Week*** 08.11.2010 – 21.11.2010Semester I Examination 3 Week 22.11.2010 – 10.12.2010Semester I Break 3 Weeks**** 11.12.2010 – 02.01.2011 26 Weeks SEMESTER II, SESSION 2010/2011Lectures 4 Weeks 03.01.2011 – 28.01.2011Mid-Semester II Break 1 Week+ 29.01.2011 – 06.02.2011Lecturers 10 Weeks 07.02.2011 – 15.04.2011Revision 1 Week 16.04.2011 – 24.04.2011Semester II Examination 3 Weeks 25.04.2011 – 13.05.2011 19 Weeks SESSION BREAK / SPECIAL SEMESTERSession Break 10 Weeks 14.05.2011 – 24.07.2011 OrLecturers & Examination 8 Weeks 30.05.2010 – 24.07.2011 * Aidilfitri Public Holiday ( 10 & 11 September 2010) ** Deepavali Public Holiday (5 Nov 2010) *** Aidil Adha Public Holiday (17 Nov 2010) **** Chrismas Public Holiday (25 Dec 2010) + Chinese New Year Public Holiday ( 3 & 4 Feb 2011) 7
  • 8. PROHIBITION AGAINST PLAGIARISMExtract from University of Malaya (Discipline of Students) Rules 1999.6 (1). A student shall not plagiarize any idea/writing, data or invention belonging to another person. (2). For the purposes of this rule, plagiarism includes:- (a) the act of taking an idea, writing, data or invention of another person and claiming that the idea, writing, data or invention is the result of one’s own findings or creation; or (b) an attempt to make out or the act of making out, in such a way, that one is the original source or the creator of an idea, writing, data or invention which has actually been taken from some other source. (3). Without prejudice to the generality of subrule (2) a student plagiarizes when he (a) publishes, with himself as the author, an abstract, article, scientific or academic paper, or book which is wholy or partly written by some other person; (b) incorporates himself or allows himself to be incorporated as a co-author of an abstract, article, scientific or academic paper, or book, when he has not at all made any written contribution to the abstract, article, scientific or academic paper, or book; (c) forces another person to include his name in the list of co-researchers for a particular research project or in the list of co-authors for a publication when he has not made any contribution which may qualify him as a co-researcher or co-author; (d) extracts academic data which are the results of research undertaken by some other person, such as laboratory findings or field work findings or data obtained through library research, whether published or unpublished, and incorporate those data as part of his academic research without giving due acknowledgement to the actual source; (e) uses research data obtained through collaborative work with some other person, whether or not that other person is a staff member or a student of the University, as part of another distinct personal academic research of his, or for a publication in his own name as sole author without obtaining the consent of his co-researchers prior to embarking on his personal research or prior to publishing the data; (f) transcribes the ideas or creations of others kept in whatever form whether written, printed or available in electronic form, or in slide form, or in whatever form of teaching or research apparatus or in any other form, and claims whether directly or indirectly that he is the creator of that idea or creation; 8
  • 9. (g) translates the writing or creation of another person from one language to another whether or not wholly or partly, and subsequently presents the translation in whatever form or manner as his own writing or creation; or(h) extracts ideas from another person’s writing or creation and makes certain modifications without due reference to the original source and rearranges them in such a way that it appears as if he is the creator of those ideas. 9
  • 10. ENGINEERING’S LIBRARYINTRODUCTIONThe Engineering Library is situated on Level 6, of Laboratory Wing of the Engineering Towerat the Faculty of Engineering. It started out as a Reading Room at the Faculty ofEngineering. In 1985 this library was absorbed under the University of Malaya LibrarySystem and is known as the Engineering Library. The library provides services and facilitiesfor lecturers, researchers, students and staff of the Engineering Faculty, including theFaculty of Built Environment. This library is also open to all students in campus, andregistered members of the UM Library.General CollectionThis library has a general collection of text and reference books, encyclopedias, dictionaries,manuals, guide books and technical reports. A large portion of the collection can beborrowed.Books in this library are arranged according to subject matter, based on the Library ofCongress Classification System, i.e. according to alphabetical order.Final Year Project Report, Dissertations and ThesesThe collection is the result of research undertaken by students of the Faculty of Engineering.A large portion of the collection is the Final Year Project Report. The collection is used forreference purpose only.StandardsThis library has a collection of standards including that of, the British Standard Institute (BSI)(until the year 2000), some Malaysian standards from the Standards Industrial ResearchInstitute of Malaysia (SIRIM), and other standards such as the American Standards forTesting Material (ASTM). These standards are arranged according to the index arrangementprovided by the issuing bodies for these standards, such as the British Standards Institute orSIRIM. These standards are for reference purpose only.Audio Visual MaterialsThe audio visual material available at the Library include film rolls, film strips, diskettes,compact discs, audio tapes, videos, and slides on topic related to Engineering andArchitecture. Facilities to view these materials are provided by the library.SERVICESLoansAll lecturers, academic staff and registered students are allowed to borrow from the library. User Category No. of Engineering Books Period of Loan Lecturers 10 30 days Part-Time Lecturers 6 30 days Tutor 6 30 days UM Officer 2 30 days Postgraduate Students 6 14 days Undergraduate Students 4 7 days 10
  • 11. Renewal of reading materials can be done through the internet (Pendeta Web PAC)according to the rules and regulations.Inter-Library Loan ServiceThe Inter-Library Loan Service facility is available to lecturers, researchers andpostgraduates at the Faculty of Engineering. This facility is to allow them to obtain articleswhich are not available in the UM Library collection. Service conditions are according to therules stated.Information ServicesThe Library offers reference and information services. This includes attending to queries andobtaining information from the database for users of UM Library within and outside thecampus.Current Information ServicesThe Library offers current information on latest subscriptions to online databases, andcirculates the list of new materials obtained by the library to lecturers and researchers at theFaculty through e-mail and letters.USER SERVICESInduction programmes are conducted at the Main Library and Engineering Library at thebeginning of each academic session. The main aim of this programme is to introduce theuse of the Online Public Access Catalog, Pendeta Web PAC, and library facilities to newstudents.Special information search sessions are also offered to postgraduate students, lecturers andstaff from time to time. In these sessions, emphasis is given to the use of Pendeta WebPAC, CD-ROM and online database to search for reference materials in engineering andrelated fields.Electronic SourcesOnline access (via Internet) a. The UM Library subscribes to a number of online databases, including those related to engineering. Registered library users may access these databases via the UM Library Website http://www.umlib.edu.my, in the “online databases” section. The user is required to key in the “user ID” before being allowed to access this database. b. Catalogues in the online Engineering Library are a part of the online catalogue of the UM Library and may be accessed through the UM Library website http://www.pendetaumlib.um.edu.my 11
  • 12. SERVICE HOURSMonday -Thursday - 8:30 am - 5.30 pmFriday - 8.30 am – 12.30 noon 2.45 pm – 5.30 pmThe Engineering Library are closed on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays.For enquiries please contact:The LibrarianMrs. Zahril Shahida AhmadEmail : zahril@um.edu.myLibrary StaffMr. Menan AmanMrs. Hamisah HamidiAddressPerpustakaan KejuruteraanUniversiti Malaya50603 Lembah PantaiKuala LumpurTel. : 03-7967 4591Fax : 03-7967 5259 12
  • 13. BRIEF PROFILE DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING DESIGN AND MANUFACTUREDepartment of Engineering Design and Manufacture, which was once known as theCAD/CAM unit was established in 1993 as The National CAD/CAM Centre. In 1996, the unitstarted offering the Bachelors Degree in Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing(CAD/CAM), there were only about 25 students as the first intake. The following year, theunit began offering a course in Manufacturing Engineering, which was once offered by theMechanical Engineering Department. However, since both manufacturing and CAD/CAMareas are closely related to each other, for session 1997/1998, the university’s managementhad approved a proposal for the manufacturing course to be transferred to the CAD/CAMunit. Due to the transfer, the CAD/CAM unit was changed to the CAD/CAM andManufacturing unit. Even though the CAD/CAM and Manufacturing unit offered two differentprogrammes, teaching staffs from both areas were involved as the areas are closely relatedto one another. In the year 2000, with the offering of two programmes and rapiddevelopment of the unit, it was upgraded to Department of Engineering Design andManufacture. Starting from 2000/2001 session, a four-year course system was implemented.Today, within a decade of the establishment of the department, it has managed to producemore than 500 graduates in CAD/CAM and Manufacturing programmes. Within five years ofthe offering of Master of Engineering (Manufacturing), there are more than 50 graduates andmore than a handful of MSc by research and PhD graduates. This can be considered as agreat achievement for one of the youngest department in the Faculty of Engineering. Despiteconstraints in terms of expertise and resources of the new technology, this new departmentmanaged to prove its worth.In line with the mission and vision of the faculty and the university, the department is movingtowards establishing a research culture within the staff members. Centre for Product Designand Manufacturing (CPDM), Centre of Advanced Manufacturing and Material Processing(AMMP) and Manufacturing System Integration research group (MSI) are established withinthis department. A majority of the academic staffs had secured more than couple of a millionringgit of research grants from various sources such as the Technofund, Sciencefund,Fundamental Research Grants (FRGS) and several other research grants. On top of that,the department is also in the process of increasing the number of academic staffs with PhD’sand at the same time increasing the number of postgraduate students.In order to improve the quality of the courses, the department is awaiting for an accreditationcertification awarded from the Engineering Accreditation Council. These steps will ensure asteady stream of quality graduates and to be a leading world class research centres. 13
  • 14. INTRODUCTION OF OUTCOME-BASED EDUCATION (OBE)Outcome-Based Education (OBE) is an approach in education system that more concerntoward the outcome’s achievement rather than education processes. The focus of OBE’sapproach is the outcome that needed in preparing the student to enter the career world.The effort by Faculty of Engineering, University Malaya in implementing the OBE’scurriculum since 2004, is in conjunction with the requirement of Ministry of Higher Educationand Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM). The effort in approaching OBE in engineeringeducation is in order to help Malaysia to be a full member in Washington Accord (WA) that isan international agreement to recognized the engineering degree equally. In order toimplement this OBE approach, it takes more concern about two main criteria that isProgramme Educational Objectives (PEO) and Programme Outcomes (PO) which isbefore this the criteria not been acknowledge. This POE and PO need to be amend, traced,scaled and evaluated in the education process.Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) is an objective to a long term academic programwhich is the expected achievements of graduates in their career and professional life fewyears after graduation. The needs of PEO has been stated in Section 3.0, EngineeringProgramme Accreditation Manual – 3rd Edition, Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC),Malaysia (EAC’s Manual, 2005).Programme Outcomes (PO)Programme Outcomes (PO) is short term outcomes that are expected to attain by thestudent when they finish their study. The needs of PEO have been stated in Section 4.0,EAC’s Manual (2005). 14
  • 15. Programme Educational Outcomes (PEO) for CAD/M ProgrammeProduce graduates who 1. Are proficient professionals having in-depth engineering knowledge and technical expertise in design to create or adapt the latest technology for the benefit and well- being of mankind 2. Pursue lifelong learning with utmost enthusiasm and self-motivated aptitude for continual professional development 3. Possess outstanding leadership qualities, effective communication skills, and are creative and innovative in developing and improving product and processes related to design.Programme Outcomes(PO) for CAD/M Programme 1. Explain the knowledge of scientific principles and ability to apply knowledge that are fundamental in engineering design and manufacture. 2. Ability to undertake problem identification, formulation and solution. 3. Ability to function in a multi-disciplinary team either as a team leader/manager or a member, and possess entrepreneur skills. 4. Identify the need for and pursuing lifelong learning. 5. Ability to communicate effectively with engineers and the community at large. 6. Identify the ethics and professional responsibilities in social, cultural, global and environmental context and the need for sustainable development. 7. Ability to design/conduct experiments and analyze/interpret data. 8. Ability to use computer based design approach and analytical tools in the development of a product. 9. Identify sufficient technical competence in manufacturing engineering discipline 10. Ability to produce innovative and state of the art product or redesign existing product. 11. Ability to employ basic/advanced research methods. 15
  • 16. ACADEMIC STAFFSDEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Name : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Siti Zawiah bt. Md. Dawal Specialization : Manufacturing System Engineering, Ergonomic Survey & Industrial Ergonomics Qualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Leeds M), MSc (Warwick), PhD (Mal) Office No : 03-79675251 Email : sitizawiahmd@um.edu.my COORDINATOR – MANUFACTURING PROGRAMME Name : Professor Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed Choudhury Specialization : Machine Tools and Machining (Traditional/Non- traditional), Metal Forming, Plastic Injection Molding Qualification : B.Sc.Eng (ME), BUET, M. Eng (AIT), M.S. (USA), Ph.D. (Dublin) Office No : 03-79675384 Email : imtiaz@um.edu.my COORDINATOR – CAD/CAM PROGRAMME Name : Dr. Tuan Mohammad Yusoff Shah B. Tuan Ya Specialization : Computer Aided Engineering, Finite Element Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics Qualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Salford), M.Eng. (UNSW), Ph.D (Osaka University) Office No : 03-79676840 Email : tyusoff@um.edu.my 16
  • 17. PROFESSORSName : Professor Dr. Zahari TahaSpecialization : Automation and Robotics, Engineering Design (CAD), Biomechanics Human FactorsQualification : B.Sc (Bath), Ph.D (Wales), DIS (IIU)Office No : 03-79677625Email : zahari_taha@um.edu.myName : Professor Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed ChoudhurySpecialization : Machine Tools and Machining (Traditional/Non- traditional), Metal Forming, Plastic Injection MoldingQualification : B.Sc.Eng (ME), BUET, M. Eng (AIT), M.S. (USA), Ph.D. (Dublin)Office No : 03-79675384Email : imtiaz@um.edu.my ASSOCIATE PROFESSORSName : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ardeshir BahreininejadSpecialization : Computational Solid Mechanics, Soft Computing and Information Technology ApplicationsQualification : BS/BA (Civil & Structural), PhD (UK)Office No : 03-79675382Email : bahreininejad@um.edu.myName : Assoc. Prof Dr. Mohd Hamdi bin Abd ShukorSpecialization : Surface Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing Technology.Qualification : B.Eng(Hons) (Imperial College of Science), M.Sc. : (UMIST), Dr. Eng. (Kyoto)Office No : 03-79675256Email hamdi@um.edu.myName : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Shamsuddin AhmedSpecialization : Manufacturing Planning & Control, Quality & Reliability Engineering, Maintenance Engineering, Operation Research, Human Resources ManagementQualification : B.Sc. Eng. (BUET), M.Eng. (AIT), PGDPM (IPM Dhaka), PhD(Mal)Office No : 03-79674455Email : ahmed@um.edu.myName : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Siti Zawiah bt. Md. DawalSpecialization : Manufacturing System Engineering, Ergonomic Survey & Industrial ErgonomicsQualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Leeds M), MSc (Warwick), PhD (Mal)Office No : 03-79675251Email : sitizawiahmd@um.edu.my 17
  • 18. SENIOR LECTURERSName : Dr. Ahmed Aly Diaa Mohammed SarhanSpecialization : Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Cutting Tool Technology, Non-Conventional Machining.Qualification : B.Eng & MSC (Egypt), Dr.Eng (Kyoto)Office No : 03-79674593Email : ah_sarhan@um.edu.myName : Dr. Ir Khairi YusufSpecialization : Robotics, Pattern recognition, Geometric measurement, Image processing, Computer visionQualification : Degree/Master (ITB), PhD (Japan)Office No : 03-79674464Email : khairiyusuf@um.edu.myName : Dr. Mahidzal DahariSpecialization : Computer System, Control SystemQualification : B.Eng(Hons) (UTP), M.Sc. (UTP), Phd. (UTP)Office No : 03-79675399Email : mahidzal@um.edu.myName : Dr. Nukman YusoffSpecialization : CAD/CAM, Automation, CNC Machining, Mechatronics, Laser Materials Processing.Qualification : B.Eng (Hons) CAD/CAM, M.Sc. Mechatronics, PhD (Lough. uni, UK)Office No : 03-79674459Email : nukman@um.edu.my 18
  • 19. LECTURERSName : Dr. Tuan Mohammad Yusoff Shah B. Tuan YaSpecialization : Computer Aided Engineering, Finite Element Analysis, Computational Fluid DynamicsQualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Salford), M.Eng. (UNSW), Ph.D (Osaka University)Office No : 03-79676840Email : tyusoff@um.edu.myName : Dr. Salwa Hanim Abdul RashidSpecialization : Sustainable Manufacturing, Material Efficiency, Waste Minimisation, Eco-design, Manufacturing Management, ErgonomicsQualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Salford), M.Sc. (Loughborough), PhD (Cranfield)Office No : 03-79676832Email : salwa_hanim@um.edu.myName : Mr. Azeddien Mo SalahSpecialization : Instrumentation, Robotics, Automation and Control : EngineeringQualification : B. Eng Mechanical, EAT( Libya), MEng. Sc. (Mal)Office No : 03-79675246Email azkensh@um.edu.myName : Mr. Aznijar bin Ahmad Yazid (Study Leave)Specialization : CAD/CAM/CAE, Manufacturing ProcessesQualification : Dip.Mech (UTM),B.Eng (Hons)(Oxford-Brookes), M.Sc.(Aero) (UPM)Office No : 03-79676838Email : aznijar@um.edu.myName : Mr. Azzuddin Mamat(Study Leave)Specialization : Die & Mould, CAD/CAM/CAEQualification : B.Eng CAD/M (Hons) (Mal), M.Eng.Sc. (Mal)Office No : 03-79675265Email : azuddin@um.edu.myName : Mr. Bernard Saw Lip HuatSpecialization : CAD/CAM/CAE, regenerative braking, Combustion SynthesisQualification : B.Eng CAD/CAM (Hons) (Mal), M.Eng.Sc (Mal)Office No : 03-79675335Email : bernardsaw@um.edu.my 19
  • 20. LECTURERSName : Mrs. Bushroa Abd. Razak (Study Leave)Specialization : Surface Engineering, Manufacturing Process, MaterialQualification : B.Eng (Hons) (UMIST), M.Eng.Sc (Mal)Office No : 03-79675239Email : bushroa@um.edu.myName : Mr. Edzrol Niza Mohamad (Study Leave)Specialization : Precision Manufacturing, Machine Design, Tribo- DesignQualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Yamagata), M.Eng (Kyoto)Office No : -Email : edzrol@um.edu.myName : Mrs. Farazila Yusoff (Study Leave)Specialization : Powder Metallurgy, CAD/CAM/CAEQualification : B.Eng CAD/M (Hons) (Mal) M.Eng.Sc (Mal)Office No : -Email : farazila@um.edu.myName : Mr. Norhafizan bin Ahmad (Study Leave)Specialization : CAD/CAM/CAE, Biomechanics, Computer Aided Ergonomics, ErgonomicsQualification : B.Eng (Hons) (Mal), M. Eng (Osaka)Office No : 03-79675369Email : norhafizan@um.edu.myName : Mr. Raja Arrifin B. Raja GhazillaSpecialization : Ergonomics, CAD/CAM/CAE, Sustainable Manufacturing, Eco-DesignQualification : B.Eng CAD/M (Hons) (Mal), M.Eng.Sc. (Mal)Office No : 03-79675250Email : r_ariffin@um.edu.myName : Ms. Siti Nurmaya Musa (Study Leave)Specialization : Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Management, CAD/CAM/CAEQualification : B.Sc (UW-Milwaukee), M.Sc. (Nottingham)Office No : -Email : nurmaya@um.edu.myName : Mr. Yap Hwa JenSpecialization : Virtual Reality, CAD/CAM/CAE, Product DesignQualification : B.Eng Mechanical (Hons) (Mal), M.Eng.Sc. (Mal)Office No : 03-79675240Email : hjyap737@um.edu.my 20
  • 21. TUTORSName : Mr. Azrul Zamir Bin Mohd IdrisQualification : B.Eng.(Mech) (UTM)Office No : 03-79675335Email : azrulzamir@um.edu.myName : Mr. Muhammad Nur Bin MustaffaQualification : B.Eng.(Mech-Prod.)Office No : (HTWG Konstanz)Email : 03-79675335 muhammadnur@um.edu.myName : Mr. Nor Hisham Bin SulaimanQualification : B.Eng.(Mech-Manu)(UTM)Office No : 03-79675335Email : hishamsulaiman@um.edu.myName : Ms. Nur Aisyah Aimi Binti Abd RahmanQualification : B.Eng.(Mech-Manu)(UTM)Office No : 03-79675335Email : aisyah_aimi@um.edu.myName : Ms. Nur Azyyah Binti Abdul JamilQualification : B.Eng.(Manu)(UKM)Office No : 03-79675335Email : nurazyyah@um.edu.myName : Ms. Siti Rusyida Binti RohimQualification : M.Eng.(Hons)(Mech) (Sheffield)Office No : 03-79675335Email : syidarohim@um.edu.myName : Mr. Tan Jian DingQualification : B.Eng.(Elec) (UTHM)Office No : 03-79675335Email : jdtan@um.edu.my 21
  • 22. SUPPORTING STAFFSDEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE ADMINISTRATIVE STAFFS Name : Ms. Nasriyah Bt. Ahmad Position : Administration Assistant Officer Email : nasriyah@um.edu.my Name : Ms. Rahimah Bt. Alias Position : OMPD Email : imah17@um.edu.my Name : Ms. Aishatul Fiza Bt. Azmi Position : Administration Assistant Officer Email : aisha@um.edu.my Name : Ms. Norshukrina Binti Abd Kadir Position : Administration Officer Email : shukrina@um.edu.my Name : Mr. Mohd Raditah Bin Mohd Yusof Position : General Assistant Email : azat@um.edu.my 22
  • 23. SUPPORTING STAFFSName : Mr. Alias Bin AbdullahPosition : Science OfficerEmail : alias_abdullah@um.edu.myName : Mr. Ahmad Fauzi B. Mohammad AshriPosition : TechnicianEmail : ahmadfauzi@um.comName : Mr. Azrul B. Abdul HamidPosition : TechnicianEmail : azrul@um.edu.myName : Mr. Che Mat B. KelingPosition : OMPDEmail : awangs@um.edu.myName : Mr. Drrick PereiraPosition : Assistant Science OfficerEmail : drrick@um.edu.myName : Mr. Hambali B. NawawiPosition : TechnicianEmail : hambali@um.edu.myName : Ms. Hartini Bt. BaharumPosition : TechnicianEmail : tin420@um.edu.my 23
  • 24. SUPPORTING STAFFSName : Mr. Mohd Isa B. BaharomPosition : Senior Lab AssistantEmail : mib_II@um.edu.myName : Mr. Mohd Nasarizom B. MohamedPosition : TechnicianEmail : nasarizam@um.edu.myName : Mr. Mohd Nasrul B. Mohd YusoffPosition : Senior TechnicianEmail : nasrul@um.edu.myName : Mr. Mohd. Syukri Bin Ab RazakPosition : TechnicianEmail : syukri_sp@um.edu.myName : Mr. Mohd Yusof YazidPosition : Senior TechnicianEmail : yusof@um.eduName : Mr. Mohd Zul Fadzli b. marzukiPosition : TechnicianEmail : fazly@um.edu.myName : Ms. Nooraini Bt. YusoffPosition : Assistant Science OfficerEmail : nooraini@um.edu.my 24
  • 25. SUPPORTING STAFFSName : Ms. Nursiyadah Bt. Abd. HamidPosition : TechnicianEmail : nursiyadah@um.edu.myName : Mr. Wan Mohd. Hassanul Isyraf B. Wan YusoffPosition : Assitant Information system Assistant officerEmail : isyraf@um.edu.myName : Mr. Zainul Jamal Bin GhiasuddinPosition : Assistant Science OfficerEmail : zainulj@um.edu.myName : Mr. Zulkefle B. KassimPosition : Senior TechnicianEmail : zulkefle@um.edu.my 25
  • 26. PROGRAMME STRUCTURE BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ENGINEERING (CAD/CAM) (MALAYSIAN STUDENTS) SESSION 2010/2011 Course Content Credit HoursUniversity - TITAS 2 Courses - Ethnic Relations 2 (15%) - Basic Of Entrepreneurship Culture 2 - Information Skills 1 - Co-curriculum 2 - English Language-1 3 - English Language-2 3 - Thinking and Communication Skills 3 - Elective Course from other Faculty 2 Credit Hours Sub-total 20 - Faculty Core Courses 17Faculty - Department Core Courses 91Courses - Department Elective Courses 7 (85%) Credit Hours Sub-Total 115 Total Credit Hours 135 26
  • 27. PROGRAMME STRUCTURE BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ENGINEERING (CAD/CAM) (INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS) SESSION 2010/2011 Course Content Credit HoursUniversity - TITAS 2 Courses - Introduction To Malaysia 2 (15%) - Basic Of Entrepreneurship Culture 2 - Information Skills 1 - Co-curriculum 2 - English Language-1 3 - English Language-2 3 - Thinking and Communication Skills 3 - Elective Course from other Faculty 2 Credit Hours Sub-total 20 - Faculty Core Courses 17Faculty - Department Core Courses 91Courses - Department Elective Courses 7 (85%) Credit Hours Sub-Total 115 Total Credit Hours 135 COURSE OUTLINE FOR DEGREE OF ENGINEERING (CAD/CAM) PROGRAM – MALAYSIAN STUDENTS 27
  • 28. ACADEMIC SESSION 2010/2011 Initial L SS Mid L1 SS Mid L2 SS Fin L SS TOTAL CODE COURSE PREREQUISITES S1 S2 1 S3 S4 2 S5 S6 3 S7 S8 4 CREDITSUNIVERSITY COURSESGXEX 1401 Information Skills 1 1GXEX 1411 Ethnic Relation 2 2GXEX 1412 Basic Entrepreneurship Culture 2 2GXEX 1414 TITAS 2 2KXEX 2163 Thinking and Communication Skills 3 3 Co-curriculum 2 2 English Language-1 3 3 English Language-2 3 3 Elective Courses from other Faculty 2 2Sub-Total Credit Hours 1 3 2 6 2 2 0 4 20FACULTY COURSESKXEX 1110 Basic Material Science 3 3KXEX 1144 Basic Engineering Calculus 2 2KXEX 1145 Basic Engineering Algebra 2 2KXEX 2162 Economy, Finance and Engineer 2 2KXEX 2165 Moral and Ethics of the Engineering Profession 2 2KXEX 2166 Law and Engineering 2 2KXEX 2244 Ordinary Differential Equations 2 2 KXEX1144KXEX 2245 Vector Analysis 2 2 KXEX1145Sub-Total Credit Hours 0 5 2 2 2 2 4 0 17DEPARTMENTAL COURSESKCEC 1101 Computer Aided Drawing 3 3KCEC 1106 Statics 3 3KCEP 1103 Introduction to Manufacturing 3 3KCEP 1108 Fluid Mechanics 3 3KCEP 1109 Thermodynamics 3 3KCEC 1102 Computer Programming 3 3KCEP 1110 Introduction to Electrical Engineering 3 3KCEP 1201 Dynamics 3 3 KCEC1106KCEC 2105 Computer Aided Design 3 3KCEP 2112 Design for Machine Elements 3 3KCEP 2113 Manufacturing Process 3 3KCEP 2201 Mechanics of Materials 3 3 KCEP1201KCEP 2105 Numerical Methods and Statistics 3 3KCEC 2116 Product Design 3 3KCEC 2117 Control Engineering 3 3KCEC 3105 Technology CNC/CAM 3 3KCEP 3106 Principles of Metal Working 3 3KCEC 3171 Industrial project I 3 3 KCEC1108KCEC 3213 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3 3 KCEP1109 KCEP2105KCEC 3101 Computer Aided Ergonomics 3 3KCEC 3107 Finite Element Analysis 3 3KCEC 3108 Computer Integrated Manufacturing 3 3KCEC 3171 Industrial Project II 3 3KCEC 3191 Industrial Training 5 5KCEC 4105 Mold and Die Design 3 3KCEC 4111 Design for Manufacturing 3 3KCEC 4281 Final Year Project I 4 4KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 2KCEC 4114 Reverse Engineering 3 3KCEC 4281 Final Year Project II 4 4KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 2KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 3 3Sub-Total Credit Hours 15 9 12 9 12 12 5 12 12 98Total Credit Hours 16 17 16 17 16 16 5 16 16 135Note:The Course Schedule is subject to changes by the Faculty from time to time.* Elective Courses offered each semester may differ from those listed above. COURSE OUTLINE FOR DEGREE OF ENGINEERING (CAD/CAM) PROGRAM – INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ACADEMIC SESSION 2010/2011 28
  • 29. Initial L SS Mid L1 SS Mid L2 SS Fin L SS TOTAL CODE COURSE PREREQUISITES S1 S2 1 S3 S4 2 S5 S6 3 S7 S8 4 CREDITSUNIVERSITY COURSESGXEX 1401 Information Skills 1 1GXEX 1412 Basic Entrepreneurship Culture 2 2GXEX 1413 Introduction to Malaysia 2 2GXEX 1414 TITAS 2 2KXEX 2163 Thinking and Communication Skills 3 3 Co-curriculum 2 2 English Language-1 3 3 English Language-2 3 3 Elective Courses from other Faculty 2 2Sub-Total Credit Hours 1 3 2 6 2 2 0 4 20FACULTY COURSESKXEX 1110 Basic Material Science 3 3KXEX 1144 Basic Engineering Calculus 2 2KXEX 1145 Basic Engineering Algebra 2 2KXEX 2162 Economy, Finance and Engineer 2 2KXEX 2165 Moral and Ethics of the Engineering Profession 2 2KXEX 2166 Law and Engineering 2 2KXEX 2244 Ordinary Differential Equations 2 2 KXEX1144KXEX 2245 Vector Analysis 2 2 KXEX1145Sub-Total Credit Hours 0 5 2 2 2 2 4 0 17DEPARTMENTAL COURSESKCEC 1101 Computer Aided Drawing 3 3KCEC 1106 Statics 3 3KCEP 1103 Introduction to Manufacturing 3 3KCEP 1108 Fluid Mechanics 3 3KCEP 1109 Thermodynamics 3 3KCEC 1102 Computer Programming 3 3KCEP 1110 Introduction to Electrical Engineering 3 3KCEP 1201 Dynamics 3 3 KCEC1106KCEC 2105 Computer Aided Design 3 3KCEP 2112 Design for Machine Elements 3 3KCEP 2113 Manufacturing Process 3 3KCEP 2201 Mechanics of Materials 3 3 KCEP1201KCEP 2105 Numerical Methods and Statistics 3 3KCEC 2116 Product Design 3 3KCEC 2117 Control Engineering 3 3KCEC 3105 Technology CNC/CAM 3 3KCEP 3106 Principles of Metal Working 3 3KCEC 3171 Industrial project I 3 3 KCEC1108KCEC 3213 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3 3 KCEP1109 KCEP2105KCEC 3101 Computer Aided Ergonomics 3 3KCEC 3107 Finite Element Analysis 3 3KCEC 3108 Computer Integrated Manufacturing 3 3KCEC 3171 Industrial Project II 3 3KCEC 3191 Industrial Training 5 5KCEC 4105 Mold and Die Design 3 3KCEC 4111 Design for Manufacturing 3 3KCEC 4281 Final Year Project I 4 4KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 2KCEC 4114 Reverse Engineering 3 3KCEC 4281 Final Year Project II 4 4KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 2KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 3 3Sub-Total Credit Hours 15 9 12 9 12 12 5 12 12 98Total Credit Hours 16 17 16 17 16 16 5 16 16 135Note:The Course Schedule is subject to changes by the Faculty from time to time.* Elective Courses offered each semester may differ from those listed above. REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION BACHELORS DEGREE IN ENGINEERING (CAD/CAM) – MALAYSIAN STUDENTS ACADEMIC SESSION 2010/2011 29
  • 30. CODE COURSES TOTAL PASSING CREDIT GRADE MARKING SCHEME UNIVERSITY COURSES Grade Marks Grade Indicators GXEX 1401 Information Skills 1 S Points GXEX 1411 Ethnic Relation 2 C 80-100 A 4.0 Excellent GXEX 1412 Basic Entrepreneurship Culture 2 C 75-79 A- 3.7 Excellent GXEX 1414 TITAS 2 C 70-74 B+ 3.3 Good KXEX 2163 Thinking and Communication Skills 3 C 65-69 B 3.0 Good Co-curriculum 2 S 60-64 B- 2.7 Good English Language-1 3 D 55-59 C+ 2.3 Pass English Language-2 3 D 50-54 C 2.0 Pass Elective Courses from other Faculty 2 D 45-49 C- 1.7 Conditional Pass Credit Hours Sub Total 20 40-44 D+ 1.5 Conditional Pass 35-39 D 1.0 Conditional Pass FACULTY COURSES <34 F 0.0 Fail KXEX 1110 Basic Material Science 3 D KXEX 1144 Basic Engineering Calculus 2 C KXEX 1145 Basic Engineering Algebra 2 C KXEX 2162 Economy, Finance and Engineer 2 D KXEX 2165 Moral and Ethics of the Engineering Profession 2 D KXEX 2166 Law and Engineering 2 D KXEX 2244 Ordinary Differential Equations 2 C KXEX 2245 Vector Analysis 2 C Credit Hours Sub Total 17 DEPARTMENT COURSE KCEC 1101 Computer Aided Drawing 3 C KCEC 1106 Statics 3 C KCEP 1103 Introduction to Manufacturing 3 C KCEP 1108 Fluid Mechanics 3 C KCEP 1109 Thermodynamics 3 C KCEC 1102 Computer Programming 3 C KCEP 1110 Introduction to Electrical Engineering 3 C KCEP 1201 Dynamics 3 C KCEC 2105 Computer Aided Design 3 C KCEP 2112 Design for Machine Elements 3 C KCEP 2113 Manufacturing Process 3 C KCEP 2201 Mechanics of Materials 3 C KCEP 2105 Numerical Methods and Statistics 3 C KCEC 2116 Product Design 3 C KCEC 2117 Control Engineering 3 C KCEC 3105 Technology CNC/CAM 3 C KCEP 3106 Principles of Metal Working 3 C KCEC 3171 Industrial project I 3 C KCEC 3213 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3 C KCEC 3101 Computer Aided Ergonomics 3 C KCEC 3107 Finite Element Analysis 3 C KCEC 3108 Computer Integrated Manufacturing 3 C KCEC 3171 Industrial Project II 3 C KCEC 3191 Industrial Training 5 S KCEC 4105 Mold and Die Design 3 C KCEC 4111 Design for Manufacturing 3 C KCEC 4281 Final Year Project I 4 C KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 C KCEC 4114 Reverse Engineering 3 C KCEC 4281 Final Year Project II 4 C KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 C KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 3 C Credit Hours Sub Total 98 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 135Note:Requirements for Graduation are subjected to changes by the Senate REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION BACHELORS DEGREE IN ENGINEERING (CAD/CAM) – INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ACADEMIC SESSION 2010/2011 30
  • 31. CODE COURSES TOTAL PASSING CREDIT GRADE MARKING SCHEME UNIVERSITY COURSES Grade Marks Grade Indicators GXEX 1401 Information Skills 1 S Points GXEX 1412 Basic Entrepreneurship Culture 2 C 80-100 A 4.0 Excellent GXEX 1413 Introduction to Malaysia 2 C 75-79 A- 3.7 Excellent GXEX 1414 TITAS 2 C 70-74 B+ 3.3 Good KXEX 2163 Thinking and Communication Skills 3 C 65-69 B 3.0 Good Co-curriculum 2 S 60-64 B- 2.7 Good English Language-1 3 D 55-59 C+ 2.3 Pass English Language-2 3 D 50-54 C 2.0 Pass Elective Courses from other Faculty 2 D 45-49 C- 1.7 Conditional Pass Credit Hours Sub Total 20 40-44 D+ 1.5 Conditional Pass 35-39 D 1.0 Conditional Pass FACULTY COURSES <34 F 0.0 Fail KXEX 1110 Basic Material Science 3 D KXEX 1144 Basic Engineering Calculus 2 C KXEX 1145 Basic Engineering Algebra 2 C KXEX 2162 Economy, Finance and Engineer 2 D KXEX 2165 Moral and Ethics of the Engineering Profession 2 D KXEX 2166 Law and Engineering 2 D KXEX 2244 Ordinary Differential Equations 2 C KXEX 2245 Vector Analysis 2 C Credit Hours Sub Total 17 DEPARTMENT COURSE KCEC 1101 Computer Aided Drawing 3 C KCEC 1106 Statics 3 C KCEP 1103 Introduction to Manufacturing 3 C KCEP 1108 Fluid Mechanics 3 C KCEP 1109 Thermodynamics 3 C KCEC 1102 Computer Programming 3 C KCEP 1110 Introduction to Electrical Engineering 3 C KCEP 1201 Dynamics 3 C KCEC 2105 Computer Aided Design 3 C KCEP 2112 Design for Machine Elements 3 C KCEP 2113 Manufacturing Process 3 C KCEP 2201 Mechanics of Materials 3 C KCEP 2105 Numerical Methods and Statistics 3 C KCEC 2116 Product Design 3 C KCEC 2117 Control Engineering 3 C KCEC 3105 Technology CNC/CAM 3 C KCEP 3106 Principles of Metal Working 3 C KCEC 3171 Industrial project I 3 C KCEC 3213 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3 C KCEC 3101 Computer Aided Ergonomics 3 C KCEC 3107 Finite Element Analysis 3 C KCEC 3108 Computer Integrated Manufacturing 3 C KCEC 3171 Industrial Project II 3 C KCEC 3191 Industrial Training 5 S KCEC 4105 Mold and Die Design 3 C KCEC 4111 Design for Manufacturing 3 C KCEC 4281 Final Year Project I 4 C KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 C KCEC 4114 Reverse Engineering 3 C KCEC 4281 Final Year Project II 4 C KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 2 C KCEC 43XX Departmental Elective Course 3 C Credit Hours Sub Total 98 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS 135Note:Requirements for Graduation are subjected to changes by the Senate 31
  • 32. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without Senate approval. Amendments of not morethan 30% of the contents can be approved at the Faculty/Academy/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Languages And LinguisticsDepartment English LanguageProgramme Bachelor DegreeCourse Code GTEE 1101Course Title Fundamentals of EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum MUET Bands 1 and 2Requirement(s) Other equivalent English Language qualifications set by the University.Self-learning Time (SLT) 120 hoursCredit Hour 3Learning Outcome At the end of the course, students are able to: 1. use correct grammar 2. use reading skills such as skimming, scanning and deducing meanings from contextual clues in order to understand a variety of texts 3. demonstrate the ability to write cohesively and coherently at the paragraph levelTransferable Skills Apply reading skills relevant to area of work Write grammatically correct texts at place of employmentSynopsis of Course Contents The aim of this course is to enable students to improve their English language proficiency. Students will be given class activities and set tasks for self directed learning (SDL) focusing on grammar, reading and writing skills.Delivery Mode Lectures, tutorials, assignments and self-directed learningAssessment Method Continuous assessment: 50% Class test (15%), Writing assignment (10%), Reading assignment (10%), Portfolio (15%) Final Examination: 50%Method of providing feedback on Feedback in class, discussion with lecturers, display of test/courseworkstudents’ performance grades.Criteria of summative assessment Please refer to Kaedah-Kaedah dan Peraturan-Peraturan Universiti Malaya(Pengajian Ijazah Pertama) 2006.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 31
  • 33. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code GTEE 1101Course Title Fundamentals of EnglishCredit Hour 3Medium of Instruction English LanguageCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ MUET Bands 1 and 2Minimum Requirement(s) Other equivalent English Language qualifications set by the University.Main Reference Textbook: Fuchs, M & Bonner, M. (2006). Focus on Grammar 4 (3rd Edition). New York: Pearson. Other references: Azar, B. S. (2002). Understanding and Using English Grammar (3rd Edition). New York: Pearson Education. Bullon, S. (Ed.). (2003). Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. Essex: Pearson Education Limited. Walker, E. & Elsworth, S. (2000). Grammar Practice for Intermediate Students. Essex: Perason Education Limited.Teaching Materials / Textbook, reference books, articles, online materials and powerpointEquipmentLearning Strategies Refer to Student Learning Time formStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 hours Guided learning: 62 hours Independent learning time: 30 hours (Refer to Student Learning Time form)Soft skills Communication skills : CS1, CS2 and CS3 Critical thinking & Problem solving skills : CTPS1 and CTPS2 Teamwork skills : TS1 dan TS2 Lifelong learning & information management skills : LL1 (Refer to Soft Skills matrix)Lecturer Room Refer to Lecture TimetableTelephone / e-mailLecture Session Refer to Lecture Timetable- Day / TimeRoom :Tutorial / Practical Session -Day / TimeRoomImportant Dates Ongoing assessment: Class Test (Week 5), Writing assignment (Week 7), Reading assignment (Week 10), Portfolio (Week 14) Final ExaminationUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 32
  • 34. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule REFERENCES / TEACHING WEEK LECTURE / TUTORIAL / ASSIGNMENT TOPIC MATERIALS / EQUIPMENT Introduction to Course and Portfolio Requirements Pro Forma Grammar : • Simple Present Textbook: pp. 2-6 1 • Present Progressive Reading : • Skim and Scan (1) Supplementary materials Self-directed learning (SDL) : Portfolio Item 1 • Reading : Comprehension 1 • Vocabulary : Exercise Supplementary materials Grammar : Textbook: 2 • Simple Past Pgs. 9-15, 19-25 • Past Progressive • Present Perfect • Present Perfect Progressive Writing : • Activity (paragraph writing) Textbook: p. 8 SDL : Portfolio Item 2 Textbook: Activity 5 (p. 16) • Paragraph Writing : Using the simple present and present progressive (150 words) Supplementary materials • Reading : Skim and scan (2) Grammar: Textbook: pp. 28-38, 41 • Past Perfect and supplementary materials • Past Perfect Progressive 3 Vocabulary: • Verb forms SDL : Portfolio Item 3 Textbook: pp. 46-50 • Review exercises : Present and Past Grammar : Textbook: pp. 52-60 and 4 • Future Simple supplementary materials • Future Progressive Reading : • Comprehension 2 SDL : Self revision (prior to Grammar Test) Textbook Grammar : Textbook: pp. 66-75, 88-97; • Future Perfect 99; 102-110; • Future Perfect Progressive • Negative Yes/ No Questions • Tag Questions 5 Grammar Test SDL : Portfolio Item 4 Textbook: • Negative yes/no questions or tag questions Activity 5 (p. 97) • Error identification and correction exercise (negative Activity 6 (p. 98) questions, tag questions)UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 33
  • 35. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM Grammar: Textbook: pp. 112, 124-132; • So, Too, Neither, Not either, But 138-144 and supplementary • Gerunds materials • Gerunds and Infinitives: “Make, Have, Let, Have, and Get” 6 Reading: • Comprehension 3 SDL : Refer to assignment Graded writing exercise on gerunds and infinitives questions Grammar: • Adjective Clauses with Subject Relative Pronouns Textbook: pp. 190-199 Reading: and supplementary materials • Comprehension 4 7 Writing Assignment due SDL : Portfolio Item 5 Vocabulary Exercises Supplementary materials Grammar: Textbook: pp. 205-213 • Adjective Clauses with Object Relative Pronouns Writing: 8 • Activity (paragraph writing) Textbook: p. 217 SDL : Portfolio Item 6 Review exercises: Textbook: pp. 221-224 • Adjective Clauses Grammar: Textbook: pp. 226-234; • Modals and Similar Expressions 239-245 and supplementary • Advisability in the Past materials 9 Reading: • Comprehension 5 SDL : Portfolio Item 7 Reading: Making notes and Vocabulary Supplementary materials Grammar: Textbook: pp. 270-276 • The Passive: Overview Supplementary materials Reading: • Comprehension 6 10 Vocabulary exercise Reading Assignment due SDL : Reading Supplementary • Graded exercises/ assignment Materials Grammar: Textbook: pp. 285-291, 295 • The Passive with Modals and Similar Expressions Writing: • Exercise 11 Reading Assignment due SDL : Portfolio Item 8 • Paragraph Writing- passive with modals and similar Textbook: Activity 8 (p. 295) expressions.UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 34
  • 36. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM Grammar: Textbook: pp. 314-320, 326- • Present Real Conditionals 331 and supplementary 12 • Future Real Conditionals materials Reading: • Comprehension 7 SDL : Portfolio Item 9 Textbook: Activity 5 (p.321) • Error identification and correction exercise (present real and supplementary materials conditionals) • Vocabulary exercises Grammar: Textbook: pp. 336-344, 413- • Present and Future Unreal Conditionals 421, 347 • Embedded Questions 13 Writing: • Activity (paragraph writing) SDL : Portfolio Item 10 Textbook: Activity 11 (p. 347) • Paragraph Writing- present and future real conditional • Revision and Review Supplementary materials 14 Portfolio due SDL : Self-revision exercises for Final Examination Supplementary materialsUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 35
  • 37. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without Senate approval. Amendments of not morethan 30% of the contents can be approved at the Faculty/Academy/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Languages and LinguisticsDepartment English LanguageProgramme Bachelor DegreeCourse Code GTEE 1102Course Title English for Academic PurposesCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum MUET Bands 3, 4, 5 and 6Requirement(s) A pass in the Fundamentals of English course (MUET Bands 1 and 2) Other equivalent English language qualifications set by the University.Self-learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hour 3Learning Outcome At the end of the course, students are able to : 1. read and identify main ideas and supporting details and interpret linear and non-linear texts related to their disciplines. 2. organise information in a coherent and effective manner. 3. write texts relevant to their disciplines. 4. use appropriate skills and expressions to communicate verbally.Transferable Skills Use academic study skills in the current course of study and future lifelong learning.Synopsis of Course Contents The course aims to develop students’ proficiency in terms of vocabulary, reading, writing and speaking skills relevant to the disciplines of study. Emphasis is given to improving skills in the organisation of information in both written and spoken communication.Delivery Mode Lecture, tutorial, assignment & discussion(lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Method Continuous assessment : 50% Examination : 50%Method of assessing students’ Feedback in class, discussion with lecturers, display of test/courseworkperformance grades.Criteria of summative assessment Please refer to Kaedah-Kaedah dan Peraturan-Peraturan Universiti Malaya(Pengajian Ijazah Pertama) 2006.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 36
  • 38. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code GTEE 1102Course Title English for Academic PurposesCredit Hour 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ MUET Bands 3, 4, 5 & 6Minimum Requirement(s) A pass in the Fundamentals of English course (MUET Bands 1 and 2) Other equivalent English language qualifications set by the University.Main Reference Cox, K. & D. Hill (2007) EAP Now (Preliminary). New South Wales: Pearson Philpot, S. & J.Soars (2007) Academic Skills. Oxford : Oxford University PressTeaching Materials / Textbook, reference books, articles, online materials and powerpoint.EquipmentLearning Strategies Refer to Student Learning Time formStudent Learning Time Face to face: 36 hours Guided Learning: 68 hours Independent learning time: 16 hours (Refer to Student Learning Time form)Soft skills Communication skills : CS1 and CS2 Critical thinking & Problem solving skills : CTPS1 dan CTPS2 Teamwork skills : TS1 dan TS2 Lifelong learning & information management skills : LL1Lecturer Refer to Lecture TimetableRoomTelephone / e-mailLecture Session Refer to Lecture Timetable- Day / TimeRoom :Tutorial / Practical Session -Day / TimeRoomImportant DatesUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 37
  • 39. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule Reference/Teaching Week Lecture Topic / Tutorial / Assignments Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction to Course and setting of Portfolio Tasks Prof Forma Vocabulary (V) : Word Forms (Parts of Speech) Textbook: Supplementary materials TOPIC : EDUCATION & LEARNING Textbook : Unit 1 Reading (R): Effective reading (1), (2) & (3) 2 Language for Writing (LW): Comparing & contrasting Writing (W) : Writing a comparing & contrasting essay Vocabulary (V): Using the dictionary (1) & (2) TOPIC : INNOVATIONS IN HEALTH & MEDICINE Textbook : Unit 2 R : Predicting content / Avoiding plagiarism 3 LW : Rephrasing W : Developing & writing a paragraph V : Recording vocabulary (1), (2) & (3) TOPIC : LEARNING TO RESEARCH Textbook Pg. 23  Finding information Textbook Pg. 56  Listing references (APA style) Textbook Pg. 56  Verbs for reporting another writer’s ideas Textbook Pg. 63 4  Crediting sources Coursework - Assessment Supplementary Materials Open book assessed exercise TOPIC : URBAN PLANNING Textbook : Unit 3 R : Paragraph purpose / Text cohesion W : Selecting information / Prioritising/ Brainstorming / Writing a 5 persuasive article V : Collocations Coursework - Portfolio Item 1 : Unit 3 : Pg. 25 Question 9 (Write an article for a magazine) TOPIC : WATER, FOOD & ENERGY Textbook : Unit 4 R : Finding information / Identifying language for rephrasing and giving examples LW : Introduction / Conclusion / Rephrasing & Giving examples 6 W : Introduction / Thesis Statement / Conclusion / Writing to Describe & Explain V : Compound nouns / Compound adjectives Coursework - Portfolio Item 2 : Unit 4 : Pgs. 32-33 Questions 4 & 6 (Writing introduction & conclusion) TOPIC : TRENDS (PROCESSING NON-LINEAR DATA) Textbook : Unit 9 R : Interpreting non-linear data LW : Language for describing non-linear data W : Using graph to present data / Writing a report using visual 7 information V : Prefixes Coursework - Assignment : Report on visual information Pg.73 Questions 6-7 ( Due Week 11)UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 38
  • 40. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM TOPIC : FREE TRADE & FAIR TRADE Textbook : Unit 5 R : Distinguishing facts, speculations and reported opinions / Identifying viewpoints. LW : Expressing certainty, uncertainty & caution 8 W : Supporting a viewpoint / Presenting arguments / Writing an opinion essay V : Using a dictionary Coursework - Portfolio Item 3 : Unit 5 : Pg. 41 Questions 9 & 10 (Writing an opinion essay) TOPIC : CONVERSING THE PAST Textbook : Unit 6 R : Dealing with longer texts (1) & (2) LW : Indicating reason or result / Adding information. 9 W : Checking & Editing Writing / Writing an Evaluation Essay V : Collocations Coursework Due – Submission of Report on visual information TOPIC : WONDERS OF THE MODERN WORLD Textbook : Unit 7 R : Contextual clues 10 LW : (1), (2) & (3) W : Verbs for reporting another writer’s ideas V : Suffixes TOPIC : OLYMPIC BUSINESS Textbook : Unit 8 R : Making notes LW : Expressing Contrast 11 W : Process Writing / Writing a Discursive Essay V : Synonyms and Antonyms Coursework Due : Portfolio Submission TOPIC : COMMUNICATION & TECHNOLOGY Textbook : Unit 10 R : Dealing with longer texts (3) & (4) LW : Language for presentations 12 W : Preparing notes / slides for presentations V : Formal & Informal Vocabulary Coursework – Preparing for presentation Individual Presentation 13 Coursework - Assessment (Presentation) 14 Review of Presentation Supplementary materials RevisionUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 39
  • 41. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without Senate approval. Amendments of not morethan 30% of the contents can be approved at the Faculty/Academy/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Languages and LinguisticsDepartment English LanguageProgramme Bachelor DegreeCourse Code GTEE 1103Course Title Professional Writing in EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum MUET Bands 3, 4, 5 & 6Requirement(s) A pass in the Fundamentals of English course (MUET Bands 1 and 2) Other equivalent English language qualifications set by the University.Self-learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hour 3Learning Outcome At the end of the course, students are able to : 1. apply the principles of writing for professional purposes including relevance, appropriateness and specificity. 2. write documents for the workplace using the appropriate format, language structures and expressions (e.g. memos, emails, letters, reports and proposals).Transferable Skills Write and publish professional documents for the workplace.Synopsis of Course Contents This course introduces the basic principles of professional writing in English relevant to the purpose and needs of audience. Students will be exposed to the various format, processes and text models that exemplify professional writing.Delivery Mode Lecture, tutorial, assignment and discussion(lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Method Continuous assessment: 50% (Individual work 20 %, Group assignment 15%, Presentation 15%) Final Examination : 50%Method of providing feedback on Feedback in class, discussion with lecturers, display of test/coursework grades.students’ performance Please refer to Kaedah-Kaedah dan Peraturan-Peraturan UniversitiCriteria of summative assessment Malaya(Pengajian Ijazah Pertama) 2006.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 40
  • 42. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM Academic Year 2010/2011 Semester/Term 1/2 Course Code GTEE 1103 Course Title Professional Writing in English Credit Hour 3 Medium of Instruction English Course Pre-requisite(s)/ MUET Bands 3, 4, 5 & 6 Minimum Requirement(s) A pass in the Fundamentals of English course (MUET Bands 1 and 2) Other equivalent English language qualifications set by the University. Main Reference Taylor, S. (2000) Essential Communication Skills. Harlow : Longman. Taylor, S. (2005) Communication for Business (4th Ed.) Essex : Longman Guffey, M.E. & R.Almonte (2007) Essentials of Business Communication. Toronto : Thompson. Teaching Materials / Textbook, reference books, articles, online materials and power-point. Equipment Learning Strategies Refer to Student Learning Time form Student Learning Time Face to face: : 42 hours Guided Learning : 63 hours Independent learning time : 15 hours (Refer to Student Learning Time form) Soft skills Communication skills : CS1,CS2,CS3,CS4,CS5 Critical thinking & Problem solving skills : CTPS1, CTPS2,CTPS3 Teamwork skills : TS1, TS2 Lifelong learning & information management skills : LL1 Lecturer Refer to Lecture Timetable Room Telephone / e-mail Lecture Session Refer to Lecture Timetable Day / Time Room : Tutorial / Practical Session - Day / Time Room Important Dates ExaminationUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 41
  • 43. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule REFERENCES / WEEK LECTURE / TUTORIAL / ASSIGNMENT TOPIC TEACHING MATERIALS / EQUIPMENT 1 Setting of Portfolio Task Textbook, supplementary materials and powerpoint Methods, Concepts & system of Communication Tone and Style; Modern communication, ABC & KISS concepts, Textbook, supplementary 2 materials and powerpoint Jargon/Redundant expressions Individual assessment: rewriting a letter in modern English 3 Memorandum: Format, Structure, Language expressions, Tone Textbook, supplementary materials and powerpoint Assessment: Writing a Memo 4 Emails and Facsimiles: Purpose, Format, Language Expressions Textbook, supplementary materials and powerpoint 5 Formal Letters Textbook, supplementary materials and powerpoint Assessment: Writing a reply to an enquiry 6 Recruitment Correspondence: Application, Resume, Reference Textbook, supplementary materials and powerpoint Assessment: Writing a job application letter & Resume 7 Report Writing: Process, Formal Report, Memo Textbook, supplementary materials and powerpoint 8 Presenting information: Leaflets, Brochures, Factsheets Textbook, supplementary materials and powerpoint 9 Presenting information: Leaflets, Brochures, Factsheets Textbook, supplementary materials and powerpoint 10 Presenting information : Leaflets, Brochures, Factsheets Textbook, supplementary materials and powerpoint Assessment: Presentation 11 Meetings: (Calling for a Meeting)Types of meetings, Notice and Agenda Textbook, supplementary materials and powerpoint Meetings: (Conducting a Meeting) Chairman’s agenda, simulation of Textbook, supplementary 12 materials and powerpoint meeting, taking minutes Assessment: Group assignment 13 Meetings (Post Meeting): Writing Minutes Textbook, supplementary materials and powerpoint 14 Revision Textbook, supplementary materials and powerpointUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 42
  • 44. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Languages and LinguisticsDepartment English LanguageProgramme Bachelor DegreeCourse Code GTEE 1104Course Title Effective Presentation SkillsCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum MUET Bands 3,4,5 and 6Requirement(s) Pass Fundamentals of English (MUET Bands 1 and 2) Other equivalent English Language qualifications set by the UniversityStudent Learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hours 3Learning Outcomes At the end of the course, students are able to: 1. organize ideas in a cohesive and coherent manner for effective presentations. 2. express ideas with appropriate language. 3. construct appropriate visual aids for interesting presentations.Transferable Skills Organise ideas and make necessary preparations for an effective presentation Speak confidently in front of an audienceSynopsis of Course Contents This course will help students to develop presentation skills that are required in their study. The course takes the students systematically through the important stages of presentations from planning to handling questions. Students will also be exposed to appropriate language required for effective presentations. Students will practise the skills learnt at the different stages via short presentations in class.Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, tutorial, assignment and discussiontutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: Short Presentations (50%) Final Presentation (40%) Attendance (10%)Methodologies for Feedback on Feedback in class, discussion with lecturers, display of test/coursework grades.Performance Please refer to Kaedah-Kaedah dan Peraturan-Peraturan UniversitiCriteria in Summative Assessment Malaya(Pengajian Ijazah Pertama) 2006.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 43
  • 45. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code GTEE 1104Course Title Effective Presentation SkillsCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction English LanguageCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ MUET Band 3, 4, 5 and 6Minimum Requirement(s) A pass in the Fundamentals of English (for MUET Bands 1 and 2) Other equivalent English Language qualifications set by the UniversityMain Reference 1. Gentzler, Y.S. (2000). Speaking and Presenting. South-Western Thomson Learning: USA 2. Paul, D. (2003). Communication Strategies. Thomson Learning: Singapore. 3. Dale, P. And Wolf, J.C. (2006). Speech Communication Made Simple. Pearson Education: USA 4. Gamble, T. And Gamble, M. (2002). Communication Works. McGraw-Hill: USATeaching Materials/ Equipment Comfort, J. (1998). Effective Presentations. Oxford University Press: Hong KongLearning Strategies Refer to Student Learning Time formStudent Learning Time Face to face: 36 hours Guided Learning: 69 hours Independent learning: 15 hours (Refer to Student Learning Time form)Soft Skills Communication Skills ( CS1-CS8) Team Skills (TS1,TS3, TS5)Lecturer Refer to Lecture TimetableRoomTelephone/e-mailLecture Session: Refer to Lecture TimetableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session:Day/TimeVenueImportant Dates Short presentations (50%) Weeks 4, 6, 9, 11 Final presentation (40%) Week 14UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 44
  • 46. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching Week Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction to Course Pro Forma What makes a presentation effective? Textbook Unit 1 2 Language Focus: Time expressions and Tenses Textbook Unit 1 Presentation Practice 3 Making a Good Introduction to a Presentation Textbook Unit 2 4 Language Focus: Introducing Yourself and Your Talk Textbook Unit 2 Presentation Practice 5 Class Assessment: Introduction to a Presentation ( 10% ) Textbook Unit 3 Ways of Organizing a presentation 6 Language Focus: Linking Ideas Textbook Unit 3 Presentation Practice Class Assessment: Organising a Presentation (15%) 7 Advantages of Speaking Rather Than Reading in a Presentation Textbook Unit 4 Language Focus: Personal and Impersonal Styles Presentation Practice 8 How to Design and Use Good Visual Aids Textbook Unit 5 Language Focus: Describing Trends, Charts and Graphs Presentation Practice 9 Class Assessment: Using Good Visual Aids (15%) What Makes an Effective Ending to a Presentation Textbook Unit 7 10 Language Focus: Endings Textbook Unit s 6 and 7 Importance of Body Language 11 Language Focus: Emphasizing and Minimizing Textbook Unit 6 Presentation Practice Class Assessment: Appropriate Endings (10%) SPECIAL BREAK (CUTI KHAS) 12 What Makes a Good Presentation and Evaluating Effectiveness of Textbook Unit 9 Presentation Language Focus: Delivery and Style Presentation Practice 13 How to Handle Questions Effectively Textbook Unit 8 Language Focus: Asking and Answering Questions Presentation Practice 14 Final Evaluation: FINAL PRESENTAION (40%) PowerpointUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 45
  • 47. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre LibraryDepartment Information Skills DivisionProgramme University CourseCourse Code GXEX1401Course Title Information Skills CourseCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 40Credit Hours 1Learning Outcomes At the end of the course, students are able to : 1. Identify various information and reference sources 2. Evaluate information from various sources such as OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue), Online Databases and Internet 3. Prepare list of references based on the APA (American Psychological Association) / Vancouver / CSLW (Citation Style for Legal Works) citation styleTransferable Skills Ability to search for information independently for life long learning.Synopsis of Course Contents This course focus on the use of basic references sources in print and electronic format, effective information search strategy, information evaluation and preparing reference list.Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, exercise, project report and discussiontutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment : 50% (1 test and 1 project) Final Examination : 50%Methodologies for Feedback on Marks obtained through continuous assessment will be displayed on thePerformance notice board or via course web site. Final result will either be PASS (Grade S) or FAIL (Grade U).Criteria in Summative Assessment Refer to University of Malaya (First Degree Studies) Rules 2006, University of Malaya (First Degree Studies) Regulations 2006 and the website : www.umlib.um.edu.my/gxexwebUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 46
  • 48. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre ChancelloryDepartment Section for Co-curricular Courses, External Faculty Electives & TITAS (SKET)Programme University CourseCourse Code GXEX 1411Course Title Ethnic RelationsCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 80 hoursCredit Hours 2Learning Outcomes At the end of the course, students are able to: 1. identify the basic concepts and theories associated with ethnic relations. 2. identify the concept of plural culture of the society and the different ethnic groups in contemporary Malaysia, from a historical perspective. 3. synthesize knowledge, concepts and principles on social and national integration while simultaneously portray behavioural ethics and social responsibility to society. 4. demonstrate effective interpersonal skills and teamwork.Transferable Skills 1. Report Writing Skills 2. Presentation SkillsSynopsis of Course Contents This course will introduce the basic concepts and theories of ethnic relations. Students will be exposed to the history of Malaysia’s plural contemporary society. Other topics include the constitution, economic development, politics and Islam Hadhari in the context of ethnic relations. There are discussions on challenges facing ethnic relations in Malaysia and globally with a view towards developing an integrated nation.Method of Delivery (lecture, Lectures, fieldwork and presentationtutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continous Assessment: Coursework - 40% Final exam - 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Meeting with students and results will be displayed on notice board.PerformanceCriteria in Summative Assessment Please refer to the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and the University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 47
  • 49. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre ChancelloryDepartment Section for Co-curricular Courses, External Faculty Electives & TITAS (SKET)Programme University CourseCourse Code GXEX 1412Course Title Basic Entrepreneurship CultureCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 80 hoursCredit Hours 2Learning Outcomes At the end of the course, students are able to: 1. explain the concepts of entrepreneurship and its importance. 2. explain the meaning of entrepreneurial ethics. 3. evaluate entrepreneurial spirit in themselves. 4. apply creativity and innovation in entrepreneurship. 5. develop a concrete Business Plan.Transferable Skills 1. Report Writing Skills 2. Presentation SkillsSynopsis of Course Contents This course will attempt to inculcate the basic elements of entrepreneurship in the students. Initiatives are taken to open their minds and motivate the entrepreneurial spirit in this potential target group. The course encompasses concepts and development of entrepreneurship, analysis of entrepreneurship competency, ethics of entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation in entrepreneurship, business opportunity, ability to start a business, developing business plans, skills to run and manage a business. The course also incorporates a practical application of skills acquired through joint or individual setting up and running of business stalls to inculcate interest in the entrepreneurial spirit, provide meaningfull experience and expose students to a semblance of the business world.Method of Delivery (lecture, Lectures, Seminar, Entrepreneurship Practicum and Presentationtutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continous Assessment: Seminar - 10% Business Plan - 10% Entrepreneurship Practicum - 30% Presentation - 20 % Final exam - 30%Methodologies for Feedback on Meeting with students and results will be displayed on notice board.PerformanceCriteria in Summative Assessment Please refer to the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and the University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 48
  • 50. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre ChancelloryDepartment Section for Co-curricular Courses, External Faculty Electives & TITAS (SKET)Programme University CourseCourse Code GXEX 1413Course Title Introduction to MalaysiaCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 80 hoursCredit Hours 2Learning Outcomes At the end of the course, students are able to: 1. explain knowledge of history, administrative structure and Constitution of Malaysia.. 2. explain knowledge of places, races, way of life, values and culture of Malaysians. 3. demonstrate effective interpersonal skills and teamwork.Transferable Skills 1. Report Writing Skills 2. Presentation SkillsSynopsis of Course Contents This course will explain the history and formation of Malaysia. It will also discuss the national administrative structure and system of Malaysia, the Malaysian Constitution, culture, values, ethnic orientation, national integration, unity and guidelines on social interactions with Malaysians.Method of Delivery (lecture, Lectures, fieldwork and presentationtutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: Coursework- 40% Quiz - 10% Final Examination - 50%Methodologies for Feedback on Meeting with students and results will be displayed on notice board.PerformanceCriteria in Summative Assessment Please refer to the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and the University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 49
  • 51. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre ChancelloryDepartment Section for Co-curricular Courses, External Faculty Electives & TITAS (SKET)Programme University CourseCourse Code GXEX 1414Course Title Islamic and Asian Civilisation (TITAS)Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 80 hoursCredit Hours 2Learning Outcomes At the end of the course, students are able to: 1. explain the meaning of civilisation. 2. identify the concepts, principles, history, society, culture, and achievements in Islamic, Malay, Chinese and Indian civilisations. 3. relate to current and future issues on civilisational dialogue.Transferable Skills 1. Report Writing Skills 2. Presentation SkillsSynopsis of Course Contents This course will discuss knowledge of civilisations incorporating such topics as introduction to civilisational knowledge, concepts, values, history, society, culture and the achievements of Islamic, Chinese, and Indian civilisations. The course also discusses contemporary and future issues on civilisational dialogue.Method of Delivery (lecture, Lectures, fieldwork @ library research and presentationtutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continous Assessment: Coursework - 40% Final exam - 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Meeting with students and results will be displayed on notice board.PerformanceCriteria in Summative Assessment Please refer to the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and the University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 50
  • 52. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments volvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartmentProgramme Bachelor of EngineeringCourse Code KXEX1110Course Title Basic Material SciencesCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 122Credit Hours 3Learning Outcomes At the end of the course, students are able to: 1. Explain the theory of basic atomic structure and the imperfection. 2. Describe the phase diagram, materials characteristic and mechanical testing. 3. Discuss the characteristic, processing and application of polymer, ceramic and composite 4. Give example of some electrical and magnetic properties of materials.Transferable Skills Communication Skill, Problem Solving, Team WorksSynopsis of Course Contents Introduction to Materials science and engineering, atomic structure and atomic bonding. Crystal structure and imperfection. Steel characteristic and processing, phase diagram and engineering alloy. Characteristic. Processing and application of polymer, ceramic and compositeMethod of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, Tutorial, Laboratorytutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examination : 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for Continuous Assessment will be displayed on the student notice boardPerformance before the final exam and grades will be determined after the final examination. Refer to the UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) RULES 2006 andCriteria in Summative Assessment UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) REGULATIONS 2006 handbookUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 51
  • 53. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KXEX1110Course Title Basic Material SciencesCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NoneMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. William F. Smith and Javad Hashemi “Foundation of Materials Sciencce and Engineering” McGraw Hill, 2005. 2. William D. Callister “Fundamentals of Material Science and Engineering”, John Wiley & Sons, 2004 3. James F. Schakelford “Introduction to Material Science for Engineers” Prentice Hall, 2008. 4. Traugott Fischer “Material Science for Engineering Students” Academic Press, 2008 5. David D. Rethwish and William D. Callister “Fundamentals of Material Science and Engineering”, John Wiley & Sons, 2007Teaching Materials/ Equipment Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions and Lab SheetLearning Strategies Lectures, Tutorial, LabStudent Learning Time Face to face: 56 hours Guided learning: 2 hours Independent learning: 61 hoursSoft Skills Communication Skills (CS1, CS2), Problem Solving (CT1) and Team Works (TS1, TS2)Lecturer Refer to Lecture TimetableRoomTelephone/e-mailLecture Session: Refer to Lecture TimetableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session:Day/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Examination : Refer to Examination TimetableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 52
  • 54. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule KXEX1110Week Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic References/Teaching Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions 2 Atomic Structure and Bonding Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions 3 Crystal and Amorphous structure in Materials Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions 4 Crystal and Amorphous structure in Materials Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions 5 Solidification and Crystalline Imperfection Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions 6 Diffusion Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions 7 Mechanical Properties of Metals Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions 8 Mechanical Properties of Metals (Continue) Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions 9 Phase Diagrams and Engineering Alloys Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions 10 Structure and Properties of Ceramics Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions 11 Application and Processing of Ceramics Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions 12 Polymer and Composites Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions 13 Electrical and Magnetic Properties Lecture Notes, Tutorial Questions 14 Example of Electrical and Magnetic Material Lecture Notes, Tutorial QuestionsUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 53
  • 55. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartmentProgramme Bachelor of EngineeringCourse Code KXEX 1144Course Title Basic Engineering CalculusCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NilRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 80 hrsCredit Hours 2Learning Outcomes At the end of the course, students are able to: 1. Describe elementary special functions (e.g. exponential, log, and trigonometric functions) which arise in engineering. 2. Practice the skills obtained from differential and integral calculus to deal with models in engineering 3. Use the basic calculus concepts and apply knowledge gained in subsequent engineering courses or othersTransferable Skills Problem Solving and Team WorksSynopsis of Course Contents Functions. Trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, exponential functions, logarithmic functions. Concept domain and range of function, graphs of function, Inverse functions, combining functions, composite functions, rational functions and partial functions. Limit continuity and differentiation. Concept of limit. Continuity and types of discontinuity. Derivative of trigonometric and hyperbolic functions. Increasing and decreasing functions. Implicit differentiation and the chain rule. Higher derivatives of functions. Critical points, minimum and maximum of functions. Integrals. Indefinite integrals with variable limits of integration. Technique of integrations: integration by partial fraction, integration by substitution, integration by parts. Partial derivatives, higher order partial derivatives. Differentiation of composite functions. Partial derivative using Jacobians.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 54
  • 56. COURSE PRO FORMAMode of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, Lecture/Tutorial/Problem solving and group discussionworkshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examination : 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation announced inPerformance class and/or displayed on the notice boardCriteria in Summative Assessment Refer to the UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) RULES 2006 and UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) REGULATIONS 2006 handbookUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 55
  • 57. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/11Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KXEX 1144Course Title Basic Engineering CalculusCredit Hours 2Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NilMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Modern Engineering Mathematics, (4th edition), Glyn James (Edison- Wesley), 2007 2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, (8th edition), Erwin Kreyszig (John Wiley), 2001 3. Engineering Mathematics, (5th edition), K. A. Stroud and D.J. Booth (Palgrave), 2007 4. Further Engineering Mathematics, (3rd edition), K. A. Stroud (MacMillan)) 1992Teaching Materials/ Equipment LCD Projector, White Board, Lecture Notes, Tutorial Papers, Main Reference BooksLearning Strategies Lecture/Tutorial/Problem solving and group discussionStudent Learning Time 80 hrs Face to face: 34 hrs Guided learning: Independent learning:43 hrsSoft Skills Communication Skills (CS1, CS2), Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1, CT2, CT3), Team Works (TS1, TS2) and Life Long Learning (LL1, LL2)Lecturer Refer to Lecture TimetableRoomTelephone/e-mailLecture Session: Refer to Lecture TimetableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session:Day/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Examination : Refer to Examination TimetableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 56
  • 58. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule KXEX 1144 References/Teaching Week Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic Materials/Equipment 1 Concept domain and range of function, graphs of function. Lecture notes and tutorial papers. 2 One to one function. Composite functions. Limit concept of Lecture notes and tutorial papers functions. 3 Concept of limit. Continuity and derivation of functions Lecture notes and tutorial papers 4 Implicit differentiation and the chain rule. Higher derivatives of Lecture notes and tutorial papers. functions. 5 Critical points, minimum and maximum of functions. Lecture notes and tutorial papers. 6 Trigonometric functions and inverse of Trigonometric functions Lecture notes and tutorial papers. 7 Hyperbolic functions and inverse of hyperbolic functions. Mid Lecture notes and tutorial papers. semester test. 8 McClaurin series Lecture notes and tutorial papers. 9 Taylor series Lecture notes and tutorial papers. 10 Indefinite integrals, integration by parts. Lecture notes and tutorial papers. 11 Partial derivatives, definition, domain of the function, dependent Lecture notes and tutorial papers. and independent variables. 12 Higher order partial derivatives, Differentiation of composite Lecture notes and tutorial papers. functions. 13 Differentiation of Implicit functions. Lecture notes and tutorial papers. 14 Partial derivative using Jacobians. Differential operator. Lecture notes and tutorial papers.UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 57
  • 59. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments volvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartmentProgramme Bachelor of EngineeringCourse Code KXEX 1145Course Title Basic Engineering AlgebraCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NilRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 80 hrsCredit Hours 2Learning Outcomes At the end of the course, students are able to: 1. Use DeMoivre Theorem and Euler Formula to determine the power and roots of complex numbers. 2. Explain the concepts of matrices, determinants, ranks,eigenvalues and eigenvectors. 3. Solve systems of linear equations and diagonalize square matrices. 4. Use the dot product, cross product and triple products of vectors to determine the parametric equations and vector equations of lines and planes.Transferable Skills Communication Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Team Works and Information ManagementSynopsis of Course Contents Complex numbers: Addition, substraction, multiplication and division. Complex numbers in polar form. Complex numbers in exponent form. DeMoivre Theorem. Power and roots of complex number. Euler Formula. Matrices: Diagonal, symmetric, skew symmetric, orthogonal, Hermitian, skew Hermitian and unit matrix. Transpose. Determinant. Minor, cofactor and adjoint. Singular and non-singular matrices. Inverse of matrix. Linearly dependent and linearly independent vectors. Rank of a matrix. Homogenous and non-homogenous system of linear equations. Existence of solutions and their properties. Gaussian Elimination method. Cramer’s Rule. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Diagonalization. Cayley-Hamilton Theorem. Vector Algebra: Cartesian Vector in two and three dimension systems. Dot and cross product. Parametric Equations and Vector Equations of lines. Skew Lines. Equations of planes. Distance between a point and a plane. Distance between two planes. Angle between two intersecting lines and angle between two intersecting planes. Triple products of vectors.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 58
  • 60. COURSE PRO FORMAMode of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, Lectures and tutorials.workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examination : 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation announcedPerformance in class and/or displayed on the notice boardCriteria in Summative Assessment Refer to the UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) RULES 2006 and UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) REGULATIONS 2006 handbookUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 59
  • 61. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/11Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KXEX 1145Course Title Basic Engineering AlgebraCredit Hours 2Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NilRequirement(s)Main Reference 5. Modern Engineering Mathematics, (4th edition), Glyn James (Edison- Wesley), 2007 6. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, (8th edition), Erwin Kreyszig (John Wiley), 2001 7. Theory and Problems of Vector Analysis, (2nd edition), Murray R. Spiegel (Schaums series) 2008 8. Engineering Mathematics, (5th edition), K. A. Stroud and D.J. Booth (Palgrave), 2007 9. Further Engineering Mathematics, (3rd edition), K. A. Stroud (MacMillan)) 1992Teaching Materials/ Equipment LCD Projector, White Board, Lecture Notes, Tutorial Papers, Main Reference BooksLearning Strategies Lectures and TutorialsStudent Learning Time Face to face:34 hrs Guided learning: Independent learning:43 hrsSoft Skills Communication Skills (CS1, CS2), Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1, CT2, CT3), Team Work (TS1) and Life Long Learning and Information Management (LL1).Lecturer Refer to Lecture TimetableRoomTelephone/e-mailLecture Session: Refer to Lecture TimetableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session:Day/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Examination : Refer to Examination TimetableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 60
  • 62. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule KXEX 1145 References/Teaching Week Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic Materials/Equipment 1 CHAPTER 1 COMPLEX NUMBERS. Lecture notes and tutorial Introduction. Operations. Conjugate. Solution of polynomial equation. papers. 2 Argand diagram. Polar form. Modulus. Exponential form. Lecture notes and tutorial papers 3 De Moivres theorem. N-th root. Lecture notes and tutorial papers Lectures and tutorials. 4 CHAPTER 2 MATRIX ALGEBRA. Lecture notes and tutorial Basic concepts. Properties of matrix operations. Transpose. papers. Determinants. 5 Inverse. Applications to linear equations. Cramers Rule. Gaussian Lecture notes and tutorial elimination. papers. 6 Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Cayley-Hamilton theorem. Lecture notes and tutorial papers. 7 Linear dependence. Row echelon matrix. Reduced row echelon matrix. Lecture notes and tutorial papers. 8 Diagonalization. Lecture notes and tutorial papers. 9 MID-SEMESTER TEST. Lecture notes and tutorial CHAPTER 3 VECTOR ALGEBRA. papers. Basic concepts. Cartesian components. 10 Vectors in space. Applications in geometry. Equations of lines in space. Lecture notes and tutorial papers. 11 Linear combination and linear dependence. Dot product. Projection of a Lecture notes and tutorial vector. papers. 12 Applications of vector projection. Cross product and its applications. Lecture notes and tutorial papers. 13 Triple product. Lecture notes and tutorial papers. 14 Orthogonal projection of an area to a plane. Lecture notes and tutorial papers.UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 61
  • 63. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments volvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartmentProgramme Bachelor of EngineeringCourse Code KXEX2162Course Title Economy, Finance and EngineerCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NilRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 82Credit Hours 2Learning Outcomes At the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Understand the fundamental ideas that economics has to offer as well as the power and relevance of micro economics to engineering profession. 2. Discuss key ideas in economic analysis that address the economic problem of how to allocate scarce resources among unlimited wants. 3. Recognize the very practical needs of the engineer towards making informed financial decisions in an engineering project. 4. Apply the concept of Time Value of Money and discounted cash flow in investment decision making and financial managementTransferable Skills Communication Skills, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills, Teamwork and Life Long Learning and Information Management.Synopsis of Course Contents This course introduces the economic principles and analytical tools needed to think intelligently about economic problems. The course begins by focusing on microeconomics, in which students will examine the concept and principles of individual consumer and firm behaviour. In the second part of the course deals with the thought processes, concepts, methods, and knowledge bases used by engineers to cost engineering projects and to evaluate the merit of making a particular investment, and to chose the best of a series of alternative investments to achieve a desired objectiveUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 62
  • 64. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KXEX2162Course Title Economy, Finance and EngineerCredit Hours 2Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NilMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference Textbook: 1. William A. McEachern, “McEachern’s Economics : A Contemporary Introduction”, Seventh Edition, Thomson Learning, 2005. 2. Chan S. Park, Contemporary Engineering Economics, Third Edition, Prentice Hall, New Jersey. 2002 References: 1. Pindyck Rubinfield, “Micro Economics”, Sixth Edition, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 2000 2. Blank Tarquin, “Engineering Economy”, Sixth Edition, McGraw- Hill.2005Teaching Materials/ Equipment Lecture Notes, Current Economics Articles (Domestic and International), Relevant websitesLearning Strategies Lecture, Case StudyStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 hrs Guided learning: Independent learning:51 hrsSoft Skills Communication Skills (CS1, CS2, CS3), Critical Thinking and Problem Solving (CT1, CT2, CT3), Team Work (TS1) and Life Long Learning and Information Management (LL1, LL2)Lecturer Refer to Lecture TimetableRoomTelephone/e-mailLecture Session: Refer to Lecture TimetableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session:Day/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Examination : Refer to Examination TimetableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 63
  • 65. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule KXEX2162 References/TeachingWeek Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction to Economics Mc Eacrn Ch 1 The Economic Problem: Scarce Resources, Unlimited Wants - Opportunity Cost - Production Possibilities - Economic Systems 2 The Challenge of Economics: Looking at Malaysia Article Entrepreneurial Economy 3 Introduction to the Micro Economics Ch 2 & 3 - Basic Demand and Supply Analysis - Changes in Equilibrium Price and Quantity 4 Market System Ch 4 & 5 & 6 - Elasticity of Demand and Supply - Consumer Choice and Demand 5 Production and Cost in The Firm Ch 7 - The Production function and efficiency - Production and Cost in the Short run - Costs in the Long run. 6 Engineering Economic Decisions Chan S Park - Evaluation of costs and benefits associated with making a capital investment Ch 1 - Understanding Financial Statements Ch 2 7 Time Value of Money Ch 3 - How time and interest affect money - General principles of economic equivalence - Nominal and effective interest rates 8 Money Management Ch 4 - Debt management - Principles of Investing 9 Present Worth Analysis Ch 5 - Formulating mutually exclusive alternatives - Variations of present worth analysis 10 Annual Worth Analysis Ch 6 - Annual equivalent criterion - Evaluating Alternatives by AW Analysis 11 Rate of Return Analysis Ch 7 - Methods for finding the ROR - IRR criterionUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 64
  • 66. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM 12 Developing Project Cash Flows Ch 8 - Benefit/Cost analysis for engineering projects - Developing Cash Flow Statements 13 Inflation and Its Impact on Project Cash Flows Ch 8 - Equivalence calculations under Inflation - Effects of Inflation on Project Cash Flows 14 Special Topics in Engineering Economics Article ReviewUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 65
  • 67. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments volvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartmentProgramme Bachelor of EngineeringCourse Code KXEX2163Course Title Thinking and Communication SkillsCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NilRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hours 3Learning Outcomes At the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Recognize the ways words and phrases are used to convey a message. 2. Recognize the method of thinking critically 3. Practice different thinking methods to solve a problem 4. Present ideas convincingly and work in group 5. Point out the importance of knowledge in contemporary issuesTransferable Skills Thinking Skills, Communication Skills, Team WorksSynopsis of Course Contents Introduction: Objective, procedure, evaluation, explanation regarding thinking and communication skills. Explain and analyze ideas. Oral communication. Analyze and evaluate arguments. Listening skills. Determining source credibility. Non-verbal communication. Recognizing persuasive language. Listening skills. Recognizing fallacy. Interpersonal communication. Group interaction skills. Barriers in communication. Problem solving & decision making. Applying communication skills.Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, Group Discussion and Interactive Sessiontutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment (Individual and Group): 100% Final Examination : 0%Methodologies for Feedback on Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentationPerformance announced in class and/or displayed on the notice boardCriteria in Summative Assessment Refer to the UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) RULES 2006 and UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) REGULATIONS 2006 handbookUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 66
  • 68. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/11Semester/Term 2Course Code KXEX2163Course Title Thinking and Communication SkillsCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NilMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Fisher, A (2001) Critical Thinking: An Introduction, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2. Lumsdaine, E & Lumsdaine, M (1995), Creative Problem Solving: Thinking Skills for a Changing World, New York: McGraw-Hill, Inc. 3. Taylor, Shirley (2002) Essential Communication Skills, New York: LongmanTeaching Materials/ Equipment Lecture Notes and other materials like article, graphs, video clips, audio clips, papers, etc. as thinking points.Learning Strategies Lecture, Group Discussion, Interactive SessionStudent Learning Time Face to face: 42 Guided learning: Independent learning: 72Soft Skills Communication Skills (CS1, CS2, CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6) and Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills (CT1, CT2, CT3, CT4)Lecturer Refer to Lecture TimetableRoomTelephone/e-mailLecture Session: Refer to Lecture TimetableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session:Day/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Examination :UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 67
  • 69. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule KXEX2163 References/Teaching Week Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction –objective, procedure, evaluation, explanation regarding Lecture Notes thinking skills & communication skills 2 To decipher and interpret ideas. Lecture Notes 3 Oral communication Lecture Notes 4 Analyze and evaluate arguments Lecture Notes Listening skills 5 Determining the credibility of a source Lecture Notes Non-verbal communication 6 Identifying persuasive language Lecture Notes Listening skills 7 Identifying fallacy Lecture Notes 8 Interpersonal communication Lecture Notes 9 Group interaction skills Lecture Notes 10 Communication obstacles Lecture Notes 11 Problem solving and decision making Lecture Notes 12 Application of communication skills Lecture Notes 13 Problem solving and decision making Lecture Notes 14 Student project presentation Lecture NotesUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 68
  • 70. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments volvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartmentProgramme Bachelor of EngineeringCourse Code KXEX 2165Course Title Moral and Ethics in Engineering ProfessionCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NilRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 80Credit Hours 2Learning Outcomes At the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Understand the implications of moral and ethics in engineering works 2. Describe the basis of moral & ethics behind the promulgation of codes of ethics(COE) which are adopted by professional engineering bodies 3. Understand the practical needs of COE to regulate engineering practices 4. Realise the implication of moral & ethics for engineers’ behaviour 5. Assess between good and bad course of actions when facing with corporate decision which need to be made in their organisationTransferable Skills Communication Skills, Teamwork, Professional Ethics and Moral and Leadership Skills.Synopsis of Course Contents Introduction to engineering profession and implication of engineering career. Moral, religious and ethical theories &current Codes of Ethics. Responsibilities and right of Engineers and implication of public welfare and loyalty to employer. Environmental ethics, risks, liability and law. Roles of Engineers on sustainable development and globalisationMethod of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, Case Studytutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment (Individual and Group Assignments): 100% Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation announcedMethodologies for Feedback on in class and/or displayed on the notice boardPerformance Refer to the UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) RULES 2006 andCriteria in Summative Assessment UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) REGULATIONS 2006 handbookUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 69
  • 71. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/11Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KXEX 2165Course Title Moral and Ethics in Engineering ProfessionCredit Hours 2Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NilMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Mitcham,C, Duval , R.S, Engineering Ethics, Prentice Hall 2. AKTA PENDAFTARAN JURUTERA 1967 & PERATURAN-PERATURAN, International Law Book Services 3. ENGINEERING PROFESSIONALISM AND ETHICS, The Institution of Engineers Malaysia(IEM) 4. Harris,C.E,Pritchard,M.S,Rabins, M.J, Engineering Ethics, Concepts and Cases, Thompson Wardsworth 5. Readings: a) Ingenieur –BEM publication b) JURUTERA- IEM publication 6. Davis, Michael. Thinking Like an Engineer. New York: Oxford, 1998. 7. Fleddermann, Charles B. Engineering Ethics. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1999.Teaching Materials/ Equipment Lecture Note, Computer, LCDLearning Strategies Lecture, AssignmentStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 hours Guided learning: Independent learning:52 hoursSoft Skills Communication Skills (CS1, CS2, CS3, CS4), Team Work (TS1, TS2), Professional Ethics (EM1, EM2, EM3) and Moral and Leadership Skills (LS1, LS2).Lecturer Refer to Lecture TimetableRoomTelephone/e-mailLecture Session: Refer to Lecture TimetableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session:Day/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Examination : Refer to Examination TimetableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 70
  • 72. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule KXEX 2165 References/Teaching Week Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic Materials/Equipment 1 Morals And Engineering Lecture Note 2 Profession and Professionalism Lecture Note 3 Ethical Theories Lecture Note 4 Codes of Ethics Lecture Note 5 Loyalty and Honesty in Engineering Lecture Note 6 Engineering as Experiment Lecture Note 7 Ethics in Research Lecture Note 8 Engineering Ethics ,Conflict and Conflict Resolution Lecture Note 9 Engineering Ethics ,Conflict and Conflict Resolution Lecture Note 10 Rights and Responsibilities of Engineers Lecture Note 11 Risks, Safety and Liability Lecture Note 12 Ethics and Environment Lecture Note 13 Sustainable Development Lecture Note 14 Engineers and Globalisation Lecture NoteUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 71
  • 73. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartmentProgramme Bachelor of EngineeringCourse Code KXEX2166Course Title Law and EngineeringCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NilRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 80Credit Hours 2Learning Outcomes At the end of the course, students are able to: 1) Describe the effect of law on the society with emphasis on engineers. 2) Apply principles of law on a given situation to identify liabilities under the law. 3) Identify legal wrongs and their consequences 4) Analyse legal principles to avoid conflicts in society. 5) Explain contractual obligations 6) Explain legal dimensions for relevant aspects of human behaviourTransferable Skills Communication Skills, Team Works and Information ManagementSynopsis of Course Contents Introduction to law and its functions, the basis of laws in relation to the area of engineering with emphasis on the laws of tort, contract and intellectual property, Acts of Parliament that are relevant to these areasMethod of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, Lecture, Group Discussion, Interactive Sessionworkshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examination : 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentationPerformance announced in class and/or displayed on the notice boardCriteria in Summative Assessment Refer to the UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) RULES 2006 and UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) REGULATIONS 2006 handbookUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 72
  • 74. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year EngineeringSemester/Term 1/2Course Code KXEX 2166Course Title Law and EngineeringCredit Hours 2Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NilMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Law of torts in Malaysia, 2nd Ed., Norchaya Haji Talib, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 2003. 2. Prinsip-prinsip asas tort, Norchaya Haji Talib Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Sweet & Maxwell, 2006. 3. Pengenalan kepada sistem perundangan di Malaysia, Noor Aziah Haji Mohd. Awal, Kuala Lumpur, International Law Book Services, 2005. 4. Undang-undang kontrak di Malaysia, 2nd Ed., Salleh Buang, Kuala Lumpur, Central Law Book Co., 1995. 5. Introduction to intellectual property law, 4th Ed., Phillips, Jeremy, London, Butterworths, 2001.Teaching Materials/ Equipment Lecture NotesLearning Strategies Kuliah, Perbincangan Berkumpulan, Sesi InteraktifStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 hours Guided learning: Independent learning: 48 hoursSoft Skills Communication Skills (CS1, CS2, CS3), Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills (CT1, CT2, CT3), Team Woks (TS1, TS2) and Life Long Learning and Information Management Skills (LL1, LL2).Lecturer Refer to Lecture TimetableRoomTelephone/e-mailLecture Session: Refer to Lecture TimetableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session:Day/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Examination : Refer to Examination TimetableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 73
  • 75. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule KXEX 2166 References/TeachingWeek Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction to the Malaysia legal system in Malaysia Lecture Notes 2 Introduction to the law of tort in Malaysia and concepts of tort under Lecture Notes the title a intentional torts against the person. 3 Trespass to land. Lecture Notes 4 Interference with goods Lecture Notes 5 Tort of nuisance. Lecture Notes 6 Tort of Negligence. Lecture Notes 7 Strict liability tort and vicarious liability. Lecture Notes 8 Defences to tort. Lecture Notes 9 Introduction to law of contract and the making of contracts. Lecture Notes 10 Contents of contracts. Lecture Notes 11 Meaning of void, voidable and valid contracts. Lecture Notes 12 Discharge of contract/remedies for breach of valid contracts. Lecture Notes 13 Remedies for void and voidable contracts. Lecture Notes 14 Intellectual property and rights under the law. Lecture NotesUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 74
  • 76. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involving not more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartmentProgramme Bachelor of EngineeringCourse Code KXEX2244Course Title Ordinary Differential EquationsCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ MinimumRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 80 hoursCredit Hours 2Learning Outcomes At the end of the course, student’s are able to: 1. Identify the order and linearity of an ODE and verifying whether a given function is a solution or not. 2. Solve first order ODE. 3. Solve linear second order ODE analytically. 4. Solve linear second order ODE in series form.Transferable Skills Problem Solving.Synopsis of Course Contents Fundamental concepts and definitions in ODE, Initial value problem, First order ODE: separable, linear, exact equations and equations reducible to those forms. Integrating factor. Linear equation of higher order: Linearly independent solutions, Wronskian, Lagrange’s reduction of order, complementary functions and particular solutions, the method of undetermined coefficients, the variation of parameters, Euler-Cauchy’s equation. Series solution method: power series, convergence, series solution at ordinary and singular points, the method of FrobeniusMethod of Delivery (lecture, Lectures and Tutorialstutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examination : 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation announcedPerformance in class and/or displayed on the notice boardCriteria in Summative Assessment Refer to the UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) RULES 2006 and UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) REGULATIONS 2006 handbookUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 75
  • 77. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KXEX2244Course Title Ordinary Differential EquationsCredit HoursMedium of Instruction 2Course Pre-requisite(s)/ English/BahasaMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Engineering Mathematics (5th Ed), K Stroud & D Booth, Palgrave (2001) 2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics (8th Ed), Erwin Kreyszig, John Wiley (1998) 3. Modern Engineering Mathematics (2nd Ed), Glyn James, Addison- Wesley (1996) 4. Frank Ayres Jr, Schaum’s Outline Series: Differential Equations, McGraw Hill, 1972Teaching Materials/ Equipment Lecture notes ,Tutorial papersLearning Strategies Lectures, TutorialsStudent Learning Time Face to face: 32 hours Guided learning: Independent learning: 45 hoursSoft Skills Communication skills (CS1, CS2), Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills (CT1, CT2, CT3), Team Work (TS1) and Life Long Learning and Information Management (LL1).Lecturer Refer to Lecture TimetableRoomTelephone/e-mailLecture Session: Refer to Lecture TimetableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session:Day/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Examination : Refer to Examination TimetableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 76
  • 78. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule KXEX2244 References/TeachingWeek Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction to the course, Fundamental concept and definitions in Lecture Notes ODE: order, degree, linear, solution, Initial value problem 2 ODE of first order, direct integration, linear equation Lecture Notes 3 ODE reducible to linear: e.g. Bernoulli’s equation. Separable Lecture Notes equation. 4 Homegeneous of order n, ODE reducible to separable or Lecture Notes homogeneous. 5 Exact equations, intergrating factor. Lecture Notes 6 Fundamental concepts in linear ODE of higher order: linearly Lecture Notes independent solutions, Wronskian, superposition. 7 Linear homogeneous equation with constant coefficients. Lagrange’s Lecture Notes reduction of order 8 Nonhomogeneous linear equation, particular solutions. Lecture Notes 9 The method of undetermined coefficients and variation of Lecture Notes parameters. 10 Euler-Cauchy’s equation. Lecture Notes 11 Power series, test and convergence. Lecture Notes 12 Series solution for ODE (ordinary point) Lecture Notes 13 The method of Frobenius (singular point) Lecture Notes 14 Revision Lecture NotesUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 77
  • 79. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments volvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartmentProgramme Bachelor of EngineeringCourse Code KXEX 2245Course Title Vector AnalysisCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum KXEX 1144 and KXEX 1145Requirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 80 hoursCredit Hours 2Learning Outcomes At the end of the course, students are able to: 1. Define the scalar and vector functions 2. Use gradient, divergence and Curl for engineering applications 3. Use line intergrals, surface intergrals and volume intergrals for engineering applications 4. Use Stokes and Gauss Theorem’s for engineering applicationsTransferable Skills Communication Skills, Problem Solving and Team WorksSynopsis of Course Contents Differentiation & Integration of Vector Function, Gradient, Divergence & Curl. Directional Derivative, Line, Surface & Volume Integrals, Curvilinear Coordinates, Gauss Theorem & Stokes’ TheoremMethod of Delivery (lecture, Lectures and Tutorialstutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment : 40% Final Examination : 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Grades/marks for assignment, test and/or individual presentation announcedPerformance in class and/or displayed on the notice boardCriteria in Summative Assessment Refer to the UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) RULES 2006 and UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (FIRST DEGREE) REGULATIONS 2006 handbookUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 78
  • 80. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KXEX 2245Course Title Vector AnalysisCredit Hours 2Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ KXEX1144 and KXEX 1145Minimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. T. Duffy, Tim Duffy Lab Series : Excel 97, Addison-Wesley, 1996. 2. E. Part-Enander, A.Sjoberg, B. Melin & M. Isaksson, The Matlab Handbook, Addison-Wesley, 1996. 3. Eva Part-Enander, The Matlab Handbook, Addison Wesley, 1996. 4. P.R. Toliver & Y> Johnson, Selected Lab Series : Projects for Microsoft Excel 97, Addison-Wesley, 1998. 5. George Lindfield and John Penny, Numerical Methods Using Matlab, Prentice Hall, 1999.Teaching Materials/ Equipment Lectures Notes and Tutorial SheetsLearning Strategies Lecture, Tutorial, Problem SolvingStudent Learning Time Face to face: 34 hours Guided learning: Independent learning: 42 hoursSoft Skills Communication Skills (CS1, CS2, CS3), Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills (CT1, CT2), Team Work (TS1, TS2)Lecturer Refer to Lecture TimetableRoomTelephone/e-mailLecture Session: Refer to Lecture TimetableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session:Day/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Examination :UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 79
  • 81. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule KXEX 2245 References/Teaching Week Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic Materials/Equipment 1 Scalar & Vector Functions LECTURE NOTES 2 Continuity & Differentiability of Scalar & Vector Functions LECTURE NOTES 3 Gradient, Divergence & Curl. Directional Derivatives LECTURE NOTES 4 Identities For Del Operator, the Proofs Using Summation LECTURE NOTES Notations 5 Line Integrals LECTURE NOTES 6 Surface Integrals LECTURE NOTES 7 Surface Integrals LECTURE NOTES 8 Volume Integrals LECTURE NOTES 9 Currilinear Coordinates with Ds & Dv LECTURE NOTES 10 Integral Definition of Divergence & Curl LECTURE NOTES 11 Gauss Theorem LECTURE NOTES 12 Stokes’ Theorem LECTURE NOTES 13 Examples on Gauss Theorem & Stokes’ Theorem LECTURE NOTES 14 Examples on Gauss Theorem & Stokes’ Theorem LECTURE NOTESUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 80
  • 82. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEC 1101 Course Title Computer Aided Drawing Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Describe that the technical drawings are an effective communications syste technical ideas about designs and products. 2. Identify the important parts of a CAD system used to create technical drawin 3. Define the terminology used in 3-D modeling process. 4. Apply the standard dimensioning practices for mechanical drawings. 5. Identify and draw geometric dimensioning and tolerancing symbols. 6. Describe the engineering design process and the role graphics plays. Transferable Skills Ability to draw, design and analyse drawings Synopsis of Course Contents Covering the right technique using AutoCAD for graphic communication according to SI and BS308 Introduction of 3-D models –wire frame, surface and solid methods- Assembly of parts. Sectional details of parts and assembly- Introduction to Fits and tolerances – Geometrical tolerance - Plotting Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, tutorial and lab tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment (group presentation and assignment and Performance class participants) will be given before the final exam. Grades will be given for the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 81
  • 83. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1Course Code KCEC 1101Course Title Computer Aided DrawingCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Pro/Engineer Instructor by David Kelly McGraw-Hill : Plus web based Tutorial (2008) th 2. Technical Drawing 9 Ed. By Frederick E Giesecke, Alva Mitchell, Henry Cecil Spencer, Ivon Leroy, Dygdon, Novak Maxwell McMillan Latest Edition (2008) 3. AutoCAD 2002 User Manual, 2002. 4. Fundamentals of Graphic Communication, Gary R.Bertoline, Eric & Wiebe, McGraw-Hill, 2002 5. AutoCAD 2002 User Manual, 2002Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, tutorial and labStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 12 Independent learning: 76Soft Skills Communication skills: CS1 and CS2 Critical Thinking & Problem Solving Skills: CT1 and CT2 Team Work Skills: TS1 and TS2 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1Lecturer Dr. Nukman YusoffRoom L7-5, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79674459 / nukman@um.edu.myLecture session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueSession Tutorial/Practical: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant dates Test: Week 8 Exam: Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 82
  • 84. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC materials/Equipment Introduction- Advantages of CAD Reference book No.2 1 Traditional method Vs AutoCAD. Lecture Note AutoCAD Graphics Environment Lecture 3 hours Opening a new Drawing file, closing, setting the toolbars and Reference book No.2, 3 familiarrizing the graphic and display area- Lecture Note 2 Zoom functions-Pan and Dynamic Zoom. Regeneration of graphic AutaCAD V.12 area. Lecture 3 hours Tutorial/Lab :Week 1-2 hours First angle Projection-Third angle projection. Introduction to Reference book No.2, 3 orthographic projection, Paper size: A5-A0 title Block. Lecture Note 3 Drawing Aids- Snap, Grid dan limits settings AutaCAD V.12 Lecture 3 hours Tutorial/Lab :Week 2-2 hours 2-D Geometry Creation- Osnap Settings- Drawing commands Editing Reference book No.2, 3 4 Commands. Linear, parallel and angular dimension Lecture Note Lecture 3 hours AutaCAD V.12 Tutorial/Lab :Week 3-2 hours 2-D Geometry Creation- Polar and rectangular array-nesting, Editing Reference book No.2, 3 Commands. Lecture Note 5 Linear, parallel and angular dimension-Geometric modeling using AutaCAD V.12 curves. Manual Drafting of 2D geometries Lecture 3 hours Tutorial/Lab :Week 4-2 hours Isometric view introduction. Isometric view of simple geometries, Reference book No.2, 3 Sketching 3-D solids-Manual Lecture Note 6 Isometric view of solid primitives and combination of solid primitives AutaCAD V.12 Lecture 3 hours Tutorial/Lab :Week 5-2 hours Layer control-modifying the property of lines, arcs etc. Reference book No.2, 3 7 Listing the details of geometry from the database. Measure. Lecture Note Lecture 3 hours AutaCAD V.12 Tutorial/Lab :Week 6-2 hours Region and poly-line editing and Boolean operation on geometries, Reference book No.2, 3 8 3-D surface models. Lecture Note Lecture 3 hours AutaCAD V.12 Tutorial/Lab :Week 7-2 hoursUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 83
  • 85. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM Pembinaan Region – Extrusion Reference book No.1, 4 9 Solid Modeling – 2 ½ D Lecture Note Lecture 3 hours AutaCAD V.12 Tutorial/Lab :Week 8-2 hours Solid Modeling 3D , Primitives Reference book No.1, 4 10 Application of mass properties Lecture Note Lecture 3 hours AutaCAD V.12 Tutorial/Lab :Week 9-2 hours Solid Modeling 3D Reference book No.1, 4 11 Assembly of parts-Slicing (layer by layer) Lecture Note Lecture 3 hours AutaCAD V.12 Tutorial/Lab :Week 10-2 hours Boolean Operation on solid models Reference book No.1, 4 12 Sectional details of solids with many features and assembly Lecture 3 Lecture Note hours AutaCAD V.12 Tutorial/Lab :Week 11-2 hours Fits dan Tolerance- Geometrical tolerance Reference book No.1, 4 13 Pro/e modeling Lecture Note Tutorial/Lab :Week 12-2 hours AutaCAD V.12 Pro/e Modeling /CATIA Reference book No.1, 4 14 Pro/e Drafting/CATIA Lecture Note AutaCAD V.12UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 84
  • 86. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartment Engineering Design and ManufactureProgramme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture)Course Code KCEC 1102Course Title Computer ProgrammingCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hours 3Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Determine the C++ code’s behaviour and read fragments of code. 2. Recognize the data structure and function calls of C++ programming. 3. Demonstrate use of the computer programming to solve engineering problems. 4. Demonstrate short program given a specification in nature language. 5. Employ creative use of OpenGL graphics library.Transferable Skills Able to apply, design, analyse, interpret and synthesizeSynopsis of Course Contents Computer Programming, Object Oriented Programming and C++ Programming, Variables and Arithmetic Operations, Basic Input and Output, Decision Making, Iteration, Functions, Classes and Objects, One-dimensional & Multi-dimensional Arrays, Introduction to structure of Java Programming & OpenGL graphics LibraryMethod of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, lab, tutorial and group project.tutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 40% Final Examination: 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment (group presentation and assignment andPerformance class participants) will be given before the final exam. Grades will be given for the final examination.Criteria in Summative Assessment Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 85
  • 87. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 2Course Code KCEC 1102Course Title Computer ProgrammingCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1). Programming in C++: Lessons and Applications, Tim B DOrazio, McGraw- Hill, 2004. 2). Problem Solving with C++, 6/E, Walter Savitch, Addison-Wesley, 2007. 3). C++ Pocket Reference, Kyle Loudon, O’Reilly, 2003. 4). OpenGL: A Primer, 3/E, Edward Angel, Addison-Wesley, 2007.Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, lab, tutorial and group project.Student Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 32 Independent learning: 56Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1 Team Work Skills: TS1Lecturer Mr. Yap Hwa JenRoom RB 7, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03-79675240 / hjyap737@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 86
  • 88. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction to Computer Programming Lecture 2 Introduction to Concept Object Oriented Programming and C++ Lecture / Programming. Computer lab 3 Structure of a C++ program Lecture / Computer lab 4 Variables and Arithmetic Operations Lecture / Computer lab 5 Basic Input and Output Lecture / Computer lab 6 Decision Making Lecture / Computer lab 7 Iteration Lecture / Computer lab 8 Functions Lecture / Computer lab 9 Classes and Objects Lecture / Computer lab 10 One-dimensional & Multi-dimensional Arrays Lecture / Computer lab 11 Introduction to Java Programming Lecture 12 Structure of a Java Program Lecture / Computer lab 13 Introduction to OpenGL graphics library Lecture 14 Structure of a OpenGL program Lecture / Computer labUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 87
  • 89. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartment Engineering Design and ManufactureProgramme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture)Course Code KCEC 1106Course Title StaticsCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 120Credit HoursLearning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Analyze practical problem by mathematical model, which demonstrate ability to construct and use free-body diagrams. 2. Identify the basic theory about stability and principles of equilibrium. 3. Analyze any engineering problem in a simple and logical manner. 4. Apply the concepts frictions force and fully utilise engineering design. 5. Apply the use of movable pulley system to reduce the input force.Transferable Skills Ability to apply, design, analyze, interpret and synthesizeSynopsis of Course Contents In this course, student will learn: Force system. Static of particles and rigid bodies, structures, beams and cables, distributed forces, friction and method of virtual work.Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, lab and tutorialtutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment (Assignment, Test, Lab, PBL): 40% Final Examination: 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Marks on continuous assessment are given from time to time until thePerformance beginning of final examination. Final grades are given after the final examination.Criteria in Summative Assessment Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 88
  • 90. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1Course Code KCEC 1106Course Title StaticsCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Vector Mechanics for Engineers by F.P. Beer, E.R. Johnston, and E.R. Eisenberg (McGraw Hill) 2. Engineering Mechanics: Statics by J.L. Meriam and I.G. Kraige (John Wiley and Sons) 3. Engineering Mechanics: Statics by R.C. Hibbler (John Wiley and Sons)Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point presentation, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, lab and tutorialStudent Learning Time Face to face: 40 Guided learning: 4 Independent learning: 72Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1 and CS7 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3, CT4 and CT6 Team Work Skills: TS1Lecturer Prof. Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed ChoudhuryRoom L6-14, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79675384 / imtiaz@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 89
  • 91. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment PP notes, Lecture notes, 1 Fundamental concepts and principles, Statics of Particles reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 2 Statics of Particles reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 3 Rigid Bodies: Equivalent System of Forces reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 4 Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 5 Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 6 Centroids and Centers of Gravity reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 7 Analysis of Structures reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 8 Analysis of Structures reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 9 Forces in Beams and Cables reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 10 Forces in Beams and Cables reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 11 Friction reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 12 Friction, Moment of Inertia reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture 13 Moment of Inertia notes, reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 14 Method of Virtual Work, Review reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs.UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 90
  • 92. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartment Engineering Design and ManufactureProgramme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture)Course Code KCEC 1201Course Title DynamicsCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum KCEC 1106Requirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hours 3Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Idealize practical problem by mathematical model, which demonstrate ability to construct and use motion of equation. 2. Understand the basic knowledge of kinematics and kinetics of particle and rigid-bodies. 3. Able to analyse and solve problems related with kinematics and kinetics using theory and application about Newton’s Second Law in energy and momentum methods. 4. Understand the orbit mechanics and attitude dynamics about the gravitational perturbing forces of designing an interplanetary mission. 5. Understand the principles of linear vibration analyses in engineering design. 6. Apply the methods and equations of static mechanics to analyze human work performances.Transferable Skills Able to apply, design, analyze and synthesizeSynopsis of Course Contents In this course, students learn: 1. Particles kinematics: rectilinear motion, curvilinear motion, rectangular motion and circular motion 2. Particles kinetics: force and acceleration, motion on 3. Particles kinetics: work and energy method 4. Rigid bodies kinematics: relative motion 5. Rigid bodies kinetics: force/acceleration method, and , moment of inertiaMethod of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, lab and tutorialtutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 40% Final Examination: 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Marks on continuous assessment are given during (group presentation,Performance laboratory and project). Final grades are given after the final examination. Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University ofCriteria in Summative Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 91
  • 93. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 2Course Code KCEC 1201Course Title DynamicsCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ KCEC 1106Minimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1). J L Meriam and L G Kraige. "Engineering Mechanics. Volume 1, Statics" and th "Volume 2, Dynamics." 5 edition (SI Version) Wiley, New York. 2). F P Beer and E R Johnston Jr. “Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Dynamics”, McGraw-Hill. 3). R C Hibbeler. “Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics.” Prentice Hall.Teaching Materials/ Power point presentation, white board and lecture notesEquipmentLearning Strategies Lecture, lab and tutorialStudent Learning Time Face to face: 38 Guided learning: 16 Independent learning: 62Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1 and CS7 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3, CT4 and CT6 Team Work Skills: TS1Lecturer Professor Dr. Zahari TahaRoom CPDM roomTelephone/e-mail 03-79677625 / zahari_taha@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 92
  • 94. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment Kinematics of particles: rectilinear motion PP notes, Lecture notes, 1 reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 2 Curvilinear motion, rectangular coordinates and circular motion reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 3 Kinetics of particles: force and acceleration, motion in the plane reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 4 Kinetics of particles: work and energy methods reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 5 Kinematics of rigid bodies in the plane: translation reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 6 Kinematics of rigid bodies in the plane: rotation about a fixed axis reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 7 Kinematics of rigid bodies in the plane: relative motion reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 8 Kinetics of rigid bodies in the plane: force/acceleration methods reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 9 Kinetics of rigid bodies in the plane: force/acceleration methods reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 10 Kinetics of rigid bodies in the plane: translation reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 11 Kinetics of rigid bodies in the plane: rotation about a fixed axis; reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 12 Kinetics of rigid bodies in the plane: rotation about a fixed axis; reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 13 Kinetics of rigid bodies in the plane: moments of inertia reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs. PP notes, Lecture notes, 14 Vibration: An Introduction reference books, assignments/tutorials, labs.UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 93
  • 95. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartment Engineering Design and ManufactureProgramme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture)Course Code KCEC 2105Course Title Computer Aided Design (CAD)Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hours 3Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Apply knowledge of CAD/CAM systems, their basic structure, their use in engineering tasks, and their use to create geometric models of simple parts. 2. Demonstrate knowledge of basic concepts of 3D modeling and viewing, the control of modeling via the sketch planes, and the effective use of CAD/CAM systems in geometric modeling. 3. Understand and apply the theory and implementation of curves and surfaces, their types, parametric formulation, their implementation by CAD/CAM systems, and their use in geometric modelling. 4. Apply the concepts of solid modelling, the use of primitives in geometric modelling, the basics of Boolean operations, and the representation schemes of solids. 7. Apply the concepts of assembly modelling and geometric transformations, their types, their use in geometric modelling and engineering drawings.Transferable Skills Able to design, analyze, interpret, and synthesizeSynopsis of Course Contents Design process and the role of CAD-Defining the model: Hardware and Software. Model, world viewing and screen coordinate. Application of transformation matrices in CAD. Geometric modeling using curves, surfaces and solids. CAD data storage-manipulation of model-Data storage and interactive modeling-data base consideration. Standards for model transfer between CAD/CAM systemsMethod of Delivery (lecture, Lectures, lab and tutorialtutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment (assignment, test, lab, PBL): 40% Final Examination: 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Marks on continuous assessment are given from time to time until thePerformance beginning of final examination. Final grades are given after the final examination.Criteria in Summative Assessment Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 94
  • 96. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year : 2010/2011Semester : 1Course Code : KCEC 2105Course Title : Computer Aided Design (CAD)Credit Hours : 3Medium of Instruction: EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s) /Minimum Requirement(s) : NONEMain References : 1. Zeid, Mastering CAD/CAM, McGraw-Hill, Inc, (2005) 2. Kun Woo Lee, Principles of CAD/CAM/CAE systems, Addison Wesley (1999) 3. Jami J.Shah and Martti Mantzla, Parametric and Feature based CAD/CAM, John Wiley &Sons, Inc(1995). 4. Pro/Engineer Instructor by David Kelly McGrawHill (2002)Teaching Materials / Power point presentation, white board, lecture notes, CAD softwaresEquipment :Learning Strategies Lectures, lab and tutorialStudent Learning Time Face to face: 40 Guided learning: 28 Independent learning: 48Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3 dan CS4 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2 dan CT3 Team Work Skills: TS1 and TS2 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1Lecturer : Mr. Raja Ariffin Raja GhazillaRoom : RB 17, Block DTelephone / e-mail : 03-79675250 / r_ariffin@um.edu.myLecture Session Refer to department time table- Day / Time :Room :Tutorial / Practical Session - Refer to department time tableDay / Time :Room :Important Dates : Test : Refer to exam time table Exam : Refer to exam time table 95
  • 97. UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTEACHING SCHEDULE REFERENCES / WEEK LECTURE / TUTORIAL / ASSIGNMENT TOPIC TEACHING MATERIALS / EQUIPMENT 1 Design process and the role of CAD-Defining the model: design Lecture note, manual, CAD representation of drawing and diagrams. Lecture 2 hours + Tutorial 2 software hours 2 CAD systems: Hardware Lecture note, manual, CAD Lecture 2 hours + Lab. 2 hours software 3 CAD systems: Software Lecture note, manual, CAD Lecture 2 hours + Lab. 2 hours software 4 Geometric modelling using curves:Synthetic-Curves, Hermite Cubic Lecture note, manual, CAD spline,Bezier Curve software Lecture 2 hours + Lab. 2 hours 5 Geometric modelling using curves: B-spline Curve NURBS. Lecture Lecture note, manual, CAD 2 hours + Lab. 2 houres software 6 Geometric modelling using surfaces:Types of surfaces Hermite Bicubic Lecture note, manual, CAD surface, Bezier and B-spline surfaces software Lecture 2 hours + Lab. 2 hours 7 Geometric modelling using surfaces:Coons surface, NURBS surfaces Lecture note, manual, CAD Lecture 1 hour + Test 1hour + Lab. 2 hours software 8 Fundamentals of Solid Modeling: B-rep and Constructive Solid Lecture note, manual, CAD Geometry. software Lecture 2 hours + Lab. 2 hours 9 Features Creation and manipulation Lecture note, manual, CAD Lecture 2 hours + Lab. 2 hours software 10 CAD data storage-manipulation of model-Data storage and interactive Lecture note, manual, CAD modelling-data base consideration. Lecture 2 hours + Lab. 2 hours software 11 Graphics Transformation: Translation, Rotation, scaling, Reflection, Lecture note, manual, CAD concatenated Tranformation software Lecture 1 hour + Test 1hour + Lab. 2 hours 12 Visualization and Computer Animation Lecture note, manual, CAD Lecture 2 hours + Lab. 2 hours software 13 Standards for model transfer between CAD/CAM Lecture note, manual, CAD Lecture 2 hours + Lab. 2 hours software 14 Standards for model transfer between CAD/CAM systems. Lecture 2 Lecture note, manual, CAD hours + Lab. 2 hours softwareUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 96
  • 98. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartment Engineering Design and ManufactureProgramme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture)Course Code KCEC 2116Course Title Product DesignCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hours 3Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Recognize the various phases of the design process and key activities at each design phases. 2. Interpret voice of customer into product design specification metrics. 3. Develop concepts using problem decomposition, exploratory methods and selection matrix 4. Develop embodiment design from concepts 5. Attribute environmental, industrial design and intellectual property issues towards product design 6. Apply the design tools and methodologies such as QFD, FMEA, prototyping and concurrent design in developing productsTransferable Skills Able to synthesize and analyseSynopsis of Course Contents The aim of this course is to instil the ability to define design problems, explore solutions through relevant technique, analyze solutions using appropriate technique and determine affects of other issues. Through this course student should be able to conduct product design projects in a systematic and structured manner.Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, problem based learning and group projecttutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 50% Final Examination: 50%Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment are given during group presentation andPerformance project paper. Grades will be given after the final examination. Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University ofCriteria in Summative Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 97
  • 99. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 2Course Code KCEC 2116Course Title Product DesignCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Product Design and Development by Ulrich & Eppinger, 2002 2. Total Design by Stuart Pugh, 2002 3. Engineering Design by B.S. Dhillon, 2000 4. Product Development by Otto and Woods, 2003Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, Problem Based Learning and Group ProjectStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 14 Independent learning: 76Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS5 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3 and CT5 Team Work Skills: TS1, TS2, TS4 and TS5 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1, LL2 and LL3 Entrepreneurial Skills: KK1 Professional Ethics and Moral: EM1 Leadership Skills: LS1 and LS2Lecturer Mr. Raja Ariffin Raja GhazillaRoom RB 17, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03-79675250 / r_ariffin@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 98
  • 100. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment1 Introduction : Product Development Process Lecture Note2 Design for Market: Market and Technology Trends Lecture Note3 Design for Market: Voice of Customers Lecture Note4 Conceptual Design: Product Design Specification Lecture Note5 Conceptual Design: Generation and Selection Lecture Note6 Innovations in Design: TRIZ Lecture Note7 Innovations in Design: Industrial Design Lecture Note8 Innovation in Design :QFD Lecture Note9 Product Architecture : Embodying Concept to Reality Lecture Note10 Application of Engineering Design analysis :FMEA Lecture Note11 Application of Engineering Design analysis : DFMA Lecture Note12 Application of Engineering Design analysis : Design for X Lecture Note13 Prototyping and Intellectual Property Lecture Note14 Concurrent Engineer – Collaborative Design Lecture NoteUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 99
  • 101. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEC 2117 Course Title Control Engineering Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Identify the theory, application and knowledge of contemporary issues that relate to control engineering. 2. Apply the basic concept on real-world experience in control systems design and implementation. Aware of major controller implementation issues. 3. Able to use existing software tools to design and simulate control system. 4. Able to perform measurements, analysis and interpretation of data through laboratory experience. Transferable Skills Able to synthesize and analyse Synopsis of Course Contents Introduction to control system, dynamics system modelling, transfer functions, introduction to control system design, introduction to computer control system. Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, lab and tutorial tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment will be given before the final exam. Grades Performance will be given after the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 100
  • 102. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 2Course Code KCEC 2117Course Title Control EngineeringCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Norman S. Nise Control Systems Engineering 3/e 2000. John Wiley. 2000. 2. RC Dorf and Robert Bishop “ Modern control Systems” 9/e Pentic Hall, 2000.Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point presentation, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, lab and tutorialStudent Learning Time Face to face: 42 Guided learning: 12 Independent learning: 62Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3, CS4 and CS5 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2 and CT3 Team Work Skills: TS1, TS2, TS3, TS4 and TS5 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1 and LL2Lecturer Mr. Azeddein Mo SalahRoom RB 19, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03-79675251Lecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 101
  • 103. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching Week Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic Materials/Equipment Introduction Lecture note, reference books, 1 tutorial and lab. Lecture note, reference books, 2 Modelling of control system tutorial and lab. Lecture note, reference books, 3 Response – Classical method tutorial and lab. Lecture note, reference books, 4 Response – Space-state method tutorial and lab. Lecture note, reference books, 5 Stability Criterion tutorial and lab. Lecture note, reference books, 6 Graphical method tutorial and lab. Lecture note, reference books, 7 Compensation tutorial and lab. Lecture note, reference books, 8 Discreet system – Classical method tutorial and lab. Lecture note, reference books, 9 Discreet system – Space-state method tutorial and lab. Lecture note, reference books, 10 Digital Control System tutorial and lab. Lecture note, reference books, 11 Non-linear Control System tutorial and lab. Lecture note, reference books, 12 Non-linear Control System tutorial and lab. Lecture note, reference books, 13 Stochastic Control System tutorial and lab. Lecture note, reference books, 14 Stochastic Control System tutorial and lab.UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 102
  • 104. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEC 3101 Course Title Computer Aided Ergonomics Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Recognise the important of human factors in designing equipment and in work environments 2. Identify the theories and application strategies in diagnosing and problem solving in manufacturing industries. 3. Interpret the practices in job and work design in manufacturing industries. Transferable Skills Able to design and analyse Synopsis of Course Contents This course contains eight essential parts mainly: industrial safety and health, ergonomics industries, ergonomics principal in design, effect of environment on workers, human physiology, anthropometry, works design and analysis of tasks. Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, discussion, tutorial and lab tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment are given during group presentation and Performance coursework. Grades will be given after the final examination. Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Criteria in Summative Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook. AssessmentUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 103
  • 105. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 2Course Code KCEC 3101Course Title Computer Aided ErgonomicsCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Benjamin Niebel and Andris Freivalds. 2004. Methods, Standards and Work Design. McGraw Hill 2. Marks S.Sanders and Ernest J. McCormick. 1992. Human Factors in Engineering and Design. McGraw Hill 3. William Steven Marras and Waldemar Karwowski, The occupational nd ergonomics handbook, 2 Edition, CRC Press, 2006. 4. 2R. S. Bridger, Introduction to ergonomics, CRC Press, 2003. 5. Karl H. E. Kroemer, Fitting the Human: Introduction to Ergonomics, Sixth Edition, Taylor and Francis, 2008. 6. Gavriel Salvendy, Handbook of human factors and ergonomics 3rd ed.John Wiley, 2006.Teaching Materials/ Equipment Lecture notes, tutorial questions and lab sheetLearning Strategies Lecture, discussion, tutorial and labStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 12 Independent learning: 76Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2 and CS3 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2 and CT3 Team Work Skills: TS1Lecturer Associate Professor Dr. Siti Zawiah Md DawalRoom RB 18, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03- 79675221 / sitizawiahmd@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 104
  • 106. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction to Industrial Safety and Health Lecture notes, reference books. 2 Lecture notes, reference Introduction to Computer aided ergonomics books. 3 Ergonomics principal in design Lecture notes, reference Practical in class and tutorial books. 4 Lecture notes, reference Control and display Design 1 books. 5 Lecture notes, reference Control and display Design 2 books. 6 Lecture notes, reference Design for Disable 1 books. 7 Lecture notes, reference Design for Disable 2 books. 8 Lecture notes, reference Anthropometry and practical in class and tutorial books. 9 Lecture notes, reference Human factor and Biomechanics 1 books. 10 Lecture notes, reference Human factor and Biomechanics 2 books. 11 Lecture notes, reference WMSD books. 12 Hand tools design Group work , discussion and Practical in class and tutorial presentation 13 Lecture notes, reference Method and tasks analysis books. 14 Lecture notes, reference Human Computer Modeling books.UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 105
  • 107. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEC 3105 Course Title Technology CNC/CAM Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Describe the basic principal of NC/CNC. 2. Identify the manual part programming computer aided part programming. 3. Using Computer Aided Machining (CAM) programme for tool cutter location data simulation. 4. Prepare CNC part program for simple component using different types of controller 5. Design jig and fixture for CNC and manual machining. Transferable Skills Able to synthesize and analyse Synopsis of Course Contents Covering the right technique using AutoCAD for graphic communication according to SI and BS308 Introduction of 3-D models –wire frame, surface and solid methods- Assembly of parts. Sectional details of parts and assembly- Introduction to Fits and tolerances – Geometrical tolerance - Plotting Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, discussion and group poject/individual tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment will be displayed before the final exam. Performance Grades will be given after the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 106
  • 108. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1Course Code KCEC 3105Course Title Technology CNC/CAMCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing, Mikell P.Groover 2008 2. CAD/CAM from principles to practice by McMahon, Addition – Wesley 1993 3. CNC reference guide by Kief, Waters McGraw Hill 1992.Mastercam reference guide 2000 4. Automation, Production Systems and CIM, Mikell P.Groover 2008Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, discussion and group poject/individualStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 20 Independent learning: 68Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1 and CS2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1 and CT2 Team Work Skills: TS1 and TS2 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1Lecturer Dr. Nukman YusoffRoom L7-5, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79674459 / nukman@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 107
  • 109. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching Week Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic Materials/Equipment Introduction to NC/CNC machine Reference book No.1 and 1 Lecture note Operation & programming for manual part programming Reference book No.1 and 2 Lecture note. G-code & M-code Reference book No.1, 2 and 3 Lecture note Cutter offset and tool radius compensation Reference book No.1, 2 and 4 Lecture note Computer Aided Part Programming System Reference book No.1,2, 3 and 5 Lecture note Introduction to Mastercam Lecture note 6 Mastercam – 2D geometry generation Reference book No.1, 2 and 7 Lecture note Mastercam – Tool Path for 2D Geometry Reference book No.1, 2 and 8 Lecture note Mastercam – 3D geometry generation Reference book No.1, 2 and 9 Lecture note Mastecam – Tool Path for 3D geometry Reference book No.1, 2, 3 and 10 Lecture note Mastercam – Post Processing. Reference book No.1, 2, 4 and 11 Interface with other modelling software (ProE) by .IGS file Lecture note Advanced Part Programming Methods Reference book No.1, 2, 3, 4 and 12 Lecture note Advanced Part Programming Methods Reference book No.1, 2,3, 4 and 13 Lecture note Work Holding Methods Reference book No.1, 2, 3, 4 and 14 Lecture noteUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 108
  • 110. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartment Engineering Design and ManufactureProgramme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture)Course Code KCEC 3107Course Title Finite Element Analysis (FEA)Course Pre-requisite(s)/ NoneMinimum Requirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hours 3Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Identify the fundamental theories of FEM 2. Differentiate the behaviour and usage of each type of elements used in FEA 3. Identify and apply the different types of loading and boundary conditions, materials and analysis which are most suitable for solving specific engineering problems 4. Prepare a suitable FE model for a given engineering problem 5. Evaluate the quality of the results and be aware of the analysis limitationsTransferable Skills Able to design, analyze, interpret, and synthesizeSynopsis of Course Contents Introduction- Review of Matrix algebra- Type of finite elements-spring elements- Bar and Beam elements-Two-dimensional problems – basic theory – stress – strain relations – boundary conditions. Finite element modeling and solution techniques- Equation solving; direct and iterative methods. Plate elements – plate theory and application- shell elements-theory and application -solid elements-Structural vibration and dynamics; Frequency Response Analysis- Transient Response Analysis.Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, lab and tutorialtutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment (assignment, test, lab, PBL): 40% Final Examination: 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Marks on continuous assessment are given from time to time until the beginningPerformance of final examination. Final grades are given after the final examination. Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University ofCriteria in Summative Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.AssessmentUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 109
  • 111. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year : 2010/2011Semester : 2Course Code : KCEC 3107Course Title : Finite Element Analysis (FEA)Credit Hours : 3Medium of Instruction: EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s) /Minimum Requirement(s) : TiadaMain References : 5. K.J. Bathe- Finite element Procedures. Prentice Hall(2007) 6. R. D. Cook, Finite Element Modeling for Stress Analysis, John Wiley& Sons.,(2007). 7. David V. Hutton,Fundamental of Finite Element Analysis. McGRAW-HILL, (2003). 8. T.R. Chandrupatla, A.D. Belegundu, Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering rd , 3 Edition, Prentice Hall, (2007). 9. Vince Adams and Abraham Askenezi, Building Better Products with Finite Element Analysis, Onward Press, (1999).Teaching Materials / Power point presentation, white board, lecture notes, CAD and FEA softwaresEquipment :Learning Strategies Lecture, lab and tutorialStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 12 Independent learning: 76Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2 and CS3 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2 and CT3 Team Work Skills: TS1Lecturer : Dr. Tuan Mohammad Yusoff Shah Bin Tuan YaRoom : RB 11, Block DTelephone / e-mail : 03-79676840 / tyusoff@um.edu.myLecture Session Refer to department time table- Day / Time :Room :Tutorial / Practical Session - Refer to department time tableDay / Time :Room :Important Dates : Test : Refer to exam time table Exam : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 110
  • 112. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTEACHING SCHEDULE REFERENCES / WEEK LECTURE / TUTORIAL / ASSIGNMENT TOPIC TEACHING MATERIALS / EQUIPMENT 1 Introduction-Review of Matrix Algebra-type of elements- Lecture Notes Lecture 3 hours One dimensional element-spring element- Assembly of Stiffness Matrix. Lecture Notes and FEA 2 Examples software Lecture 2 hours +Tutorial 2 hours 3 Bar Elements – Linear Static Analysis –Stiffness matrix- Bar Elements. Lecture Notes and FEA Lecture 2 hours +Tutorial 2 hours software 4 2-D -Beam Element-FE Analysis of Frame Structures. Lecture Notes and FEA Lecture 2 hours +Tutorial 2 hours software 5 Bar and Spring elements, Effect of temperature on Stress and strain. Lecture Notes and FEA Lecture 2 hours +Tutorial 2 hours software Two-Dimensional problems: basic theory-2-D problems-stress-strain Lecture Notes and FEA relations-Boundary conditions. software 6 CST element-LST element-shape function-Linear Quadrilateral Element-stress calculation-discussion Lecture 2 hours + Tutorial 2 hours Finite Element Modeling and solution techniques: Types of Symmetry- Lecture Notes and FEA Application of symmetry. Equations solving: direct methods- iterative software 7 methods-Nature of finite element solutions-numerical error- convergence of finite element solutions Lecture 1 hour + Test1 hour + Lab. 2 hours Plate and shell elements: plate theory-applications-Relations between Lecture Notes and FEA 8 forces and stresses-thin plate theory-thick plate theory-plate elements software Lecture 2 hours +Lab. 2 hours Shell and shell elements-shell theory –application Lecture Notes and FEA 9 Lecture 2 hours +Lab. 2 hours software Solid elements –elastic theory-stress-strain relations- finite element Lecture Notes and FEA 10 formulation- types of 3-D elements-applications software Lecture 2 hours +Lab. 2 hours Structural Vibration and Dynamics: basic equations- single degree of Lecture Notes and FEA 11 freedom-free vibration-damping software Lecture 2 hours + Tutorial 2 hours Multiple degree of freedom- equation of motion-free vibration-modes of Lecture Notes and FEA 12 vibration. software Lecture 2 hours +Lab. 2 hours 13 Frequency Response Analysis ( Harmonic response analysis) Lecture Notes and FEA Lecture 2 hours +Lab. 2 hours software 14 Transient Response Analysis. Lecture Notes and FEA Lecture 2 hours +Lab. 2 hours softwareUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 111
  • 113. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEC 3108 Course Title Computer Integrated Manufacturing Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Apply the nature of manufacturing process variation and the methods for its control. 2. Specify and implement state-of-the-practice software and hardware systems to solve manufacturing system problems. 3. Demonstrate the application of their knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering and technology. 4. Conduct, analyze and interpret experiments and apply experimental results to improve processes and systems Transferable Skills Able to apply, design, analyze, interpret and synthesize Synopsis of Course Contents This course focuses on the integration of facilities (machine tools, robotics) and the automation protocols required in the implementation of computer integrated manufacturing. Specific concepts addressed include flexible manufacturing systems (FMS) and interfaces between computer aided design and computer aided manufacturing systems. Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture and tutorial tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks on continuous assessment are given from time to time until the Performance beginning of final examination. Final grades are given after the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 112
  • 114. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 2Course Code KCEC 3108Course Title Computer Integrated ManufacturingCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Rehg, J.A., 2002,”Introduction to Robotics in CIM systems”, Prentice Hall, Elsivier Sciences. 2. Sen A., Sivakumar, A.J., 1997, “Computer Integrated Manufacturing”, Springrt Verlag, Singapore. 3. Sandoval, V., 1994, “CIM in Japan”,Elsivier Sciences, Amsterdam. 4. Waldner, J.B., “CIM, Principles of Computer Integrated Manufacturing”, John Willey, England.Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture and tutorialStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 16 Independent learning: 72Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS5 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3 and CT5 Team Work Skills: TS1, TS2, TS4 and TS5 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1, LL2 and LL3 Entrepreneurial Skills: KK1 Professional Ethics and Moral: EM1 Leadership Skills: LS1 and LS2Lecturer Dr. Ir. Khairi YusufRoom L6-16, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79674464 / khairiyusuf@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test: Refer to exam time table Examination: Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 113
  • 115. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment 1 Lecture notes, reference Introduction to Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) books. 2 Lecture notes, reference Computer-Integrated assembly for cost effective development books. 3 Lecture notes, reference Computer-Integrated assembly for cost effective development books. 4 Lecture notes, reference Multi-level Decision making for Process planning in CIM system books. 5 Lecture notes, reference Multi-level Decision making for Process planning in CIM system books. 6 Lecture notes, reference Computer-Aided and Integrated Machining system books. 7 Lecture notes, reference Computer-Aided and Integrated Machining system books. 8 Lecture notes, reference Planning Systems for parts Production in Manufacturing System books. 9 Group work , discussion and Planning Systems for parts Production in Manufacturing System presentation 10 Lecture notes, reference Scheduling Systems and Techniques in FMS books. 11 Lecture notes, reference Data Structure and Databases for CIM system books. 12 Lecture notes, reference Data Structure and Databases for CIM system books. 13 Lecture notes, reference Method for the Analysis and Design of an Information System books. 14 Lecture notes, reference Method for the Analysis and Design of an Information System booksUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 114
  • 116. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEC 3171 Course Title Industrial Project Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 200 Credit Hours 5 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Perform market survey and demand-forecasting techniques for product development process. 2. Experience working in a project team and contribute in developing a product. 3. Perform project execution process through design, fabricate and test a prototype of the product. 4. Experience project presentation and project report writing. Transferable Skills Able to synthesize and analyse Synopsis of Course Contents This subject develops the use of fundamental theory in the detailed design of a suitable project selected by the group. The student is expected to take the project from its preliminary stage through the various design stages to the ultimate completion of the design, which include a detailed report with calculations, drawings, possibly a model and a verbal presentation. Method of Delivery (lecture, Seminar discussion and workshop tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 100% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment will be displayed. Performance Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 115
  • 117. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1 and 2Course Code KCEC 3171Course Title Industrial ProjectCredit Hours 5Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference -Teaching Materials/ Equipment Discussion and problem solvingLearning Strategies Seminar discussion and workshopStudent Learning Time Face to face: 5 Guided learning: 140Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS4 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2 and CT3 Team Work Skills: TS1, TS2, TS3, TS4 and TS5 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1 and LL2Lecturer Mr. Raja Ariffin Raja GhazillaRoom RB 17, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03-79675250 / r_ariffin@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 116
  • 118. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC References/Teaching Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction to Industrial project lecture and reference book Group discussion 2 Group work Preparation of research proposal 3 Group discussion Group work 4 Group discussion Group work 5 Group discussion Group work 6 Group discussion Group work 7 Group discussion Group work 8 Group discussion Group work 9 Group discussion Group work 10 Group discussion Group work 11 Group discussion Group work 12 Group discussion Group work 13 Group discussion Group work 14 Presentation, midterm report preparation Group work, presentation, report writingUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 117
  • 119. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM 15 Group discussion Group work 16 Group discussion Group work 17 Group discussion Group work 18 Group discussion Group work 19 Group discussion Group work 20 Group discussion Group work 21 Group discussion Group work 22 Group discussion Group work 23 Group discussion Group work 24 Group discussion Group work 25 Group discussion Group work 26 Group discussion Group work 27 Group discussion Group work Group work, presentation, report writing 28 Presentation, final report preparationUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 118
  • 120. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEC 3191 Course Title Industrial Training Course Pre-requisite(s)/ No specific prerequisites but the candidate has to be a final year student Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 200 Credit Hours 5 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students have: 1. Identify the evolution of economy and its needs. 2. Apply knowledge and experience from previous semesters to solve the real problem. 3. Identify the needs of industry. 4. Use the opportunity to understand the background of company before entering into working environment. 5. Use the opportunity to gain the knowledge which is not cover in curriculum. Transferable Skills Generic skills on real-world problem diagnosis specification Synopsis of Course Contents None Method of Delivery (lecture, Working exposure tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous assessment: 100% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment will be displayed. Performance Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbookUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 119
  • 121. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term Special SemesterCourse Code KCEC 3191Course Title Industrial TrainingCredit Hours 5Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference NONETeaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Working exposureStudent Learning Time Face to face: 0 Guided learning: 200 Independent learning: 0Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS4 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2 and CT3 Team Work Skills: TS1, TS2, TS3, TS4 and TS5 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1, LL2 dan LL3 Leadership Skills: LS1, LS2, LS3 and LS4Lecturer Dr. Nukman YusoffRoom L7-5, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79674459 / nukman@um.edu.myLecture Session: NONEDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: NONEDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : NONE Examination : NONEUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 120
  • 122. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment Reference 1 Depends on respective employer Reference 2 Depends on respective employer Reference 3 Depends on respective employer Reference 4 Depends on respective employer Reference 5 Depends on respective employer Reference 6 Depends on respective employer Reference 7 Depends on respective employer Reference 8 Depends on respective employer Reference 9 Depends on respective employer Reference 10 Depends on respective employerUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 121
  • 123. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEC 3213 Course Title Computational Fluid Dynamics Course Pre-requisite(s)/ KCEC 1108, KCEP 1109, KCEP 2105 Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Derive the governing equations of fluid dynamics, understand their physical meaning 2. Identify aspects of discretization , develop finite difference equations and able to employ both explicit and implicit approaches to CFD problems 3. Able to use simple CFD techniques such as the Lax-Wendroff technique and the Mac Cormack’s technique 4. Able to write computer programs that employ the above techniques to solve fluid dynamics problems 5. Able to use the CFD program Transferable Skills Able to synthesize and analyse Synopsis of Course Contents In this course, students will learn: • Philosophy of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) • Fluid Dynamics governing equation • Partial differential equation, discretization • Finite differences • Lax-Wendroff Method, MacCormack Method • Incompressible Coutte Flow • Numerical solution for one dimensional flow, supersonic flow over a flat plate (Navier Stokes equation solution) Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, tutorial and lab tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment (test, tutorial, assignment, lab): 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks on continuous assessment will be displayed before the final examination. Performance Final grades are given after the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 122
  • 124. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1Course Code KCEC 3213Course Title Computational Fluid DynamicsCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ KCEC 1108,KCEP 1109, KCEP 2105,Minimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Computational Fluid Dynamics, John D. Anderson, Mc Graw Hill International Edition, 2. Compressible Fluid Flow, Patrick H Ooosthuizen, William E. Carscallen, McGraw Hill International 3. Numerical Methods for Engineers, Steven C. Chapra, Raymond P.Canale, McGraw Hill, 4th EditionTeaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, tutorial and labStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 36 Independent learning: 52Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS5 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3 and CT5 Team Work Skills: TS1, TS2, TS4 and TS5 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1, LL2 and LL3 Entrepreneurial Skills: KK1 Professional Ethics and Moral: EM1 Leadership Skills: LS1 and LS2Lecturer Dr. Tuan Mohammad Yusoff Shah Bin Tuan YaRoom RB 11, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03-79676840 / tyusoff@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test: Refer to exam time table Examination: refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 123
  • 125. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment 1 Basic Philosophy of CFD Lecture notes and reference books Equation for steady state heat flow, Representation as a difference Lecture notes and reference 2 equation, Laplace equation books 3 Lecture notes and reference Iterative method for Laplace’s equation books 4 The Poisson Equation, derivative boundary conditions Lecture notes and reference books 5 The explicit method, Crank-Nicolson Method, Derivative Boundary Lecture notes and reference Conditions, Stability and Convergence Criteria books 6 Solving the wave equation by finite differences Lecture notes and reference books 7 Governing Equations of Fluid Dynamics: Models of Flow, Continuity Lecture notes and reference Equation, Momentum equation, Energy equation books 8 Equations for Viscous Flow (Navier Stokes), Equations for Inviscid Lecture notes and reference Flow (Euler Equations) books 9 Mathematical Behaviour of Partial Differential Equations, Hyperbolic, Lecture notes and reference Parabolic, Elliptic equations. books 10 Basic Aspects of Discretization : difference equations Lecture notes and reference books 11 Simple CFD Techniques: Lax-Wendroff Technique, MacCormack’s Lecture notes and reference Technique books 12 Numerical Solution of One-Dimensional Flow: predictor and corrector, Lecture notes and reference under-relaxation books 13 Lecture notes and reference Incompressible Couette Flow: Implicit Crank-Nicholson Technique books Supersonic Flow over a Flat Plate: Explicit Finite Difference Solution of Lecture notes and reference 14 the two dimensional Navier Stokes Equations. booksUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 124
  • 126. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEC 4105 Course Title Mold and Die Design Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Identify the fundamental of molding for plastics and composites. 2. Identify the fundamental of polymer technology. 3. Differentiate different type of injection molding machine and injection mold. 4. Recognize injection molding phase/cycle. 5. Demonstrates the principles of mold design. 6. Identify the fundamental of metal working processes, press machine and die design. Transferable Skills Able to apply, design, analyze, interpret and synthesize Synopsis of Course Contents Classification of molding, polymer processing, injection molding machine, injection mold, injection molding phase/cycle, metal working processes, press machine die design Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture and lab tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks on continuous assessment are given from time to time until the Performance beginning of final examination. Final grades are given after the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 125
  • 127. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1Course Code KCEC 4105Course Title Mold and Die DesignCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1) How to Make Injection Molds by G. Menges and P. Mohren, (Hanser Publisher, ISBN 3-446-16305-0). 2) Mold Engineering by Herbert Rees, (Hanser Publisher, ISBN 3-446-17729-9). 3) Injection Molds by E. Lindner and P. Unger, (Hanser Publisher, ISBN 3-446-15682-8). 4) Ceramic Injection Molding by B.C. Mutsuddy and R.G. Ford, (Chapman & Hall,ISBN 0 412 53810 5).Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture and labStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 12 Independent learning: 76Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS5 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3 and CT5 Team Work Skills: TS1, TS2, TS4 and TS5 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1, LL2 and LL3 Entrepreneurial Skills: KK1 Professional Ethics and Moral: EM1 Leadership Skills: LS1 and LS2Lecturer Prof. Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed ChoudhuryRoom L6-14, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79675384 / imtiaz@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test: Refer to exam time table Examination: Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 126
  • 128. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment MOLDING Lecture notes, reference Molding in Casting, Molding in Shaping Process for Plastics, Molding in Shaping Process for Polymer Matrix Composites, books. 1 Overview and Classification of molds. PLASTICS FUNDAMENTALS Fundamentals of Polymer Technology PLASTICS FUNDAMENTALS Lecture notes, reference Classification and Identification of Plastic and Elastomers, 2 Deformation Characteristics of Plastic and Elastomers, Molding books. Compounds and Shaping Methods, Plastic Melts INJECTION MOLDING MACHINE, CLAMPING UNIT Lecture notes, reference Overview of Injection Molding, Classification of Injection Molding Machines, Components of Injection Molding Machine, Injection books. 3 Unit, Plasticating, Injection Mechanical Clamping Unit, Hydraulic Clamping Unit, Hydraulics, Controls INJECTION MOLDING PROCESS Lecture notes, reference Phases of an Injection Molding Cycle, Start, Injection Phase, 4 Holding Pressure Phase, Cooling Phase, Feed Phase, Removal from books. the Mold PRINCIPLES OF MOLD DESIGN Lecture notes, reference Injection Mold Tasks, Task of the Designer, Types of Injection 5 Molds, Design of Runner Systems and Gates, Venting of Molds, books. Shrinkage, Temperature PRINCIPLES OF MOLD DESIGN Lecture notes, reference Control in Injection Molds, Types of Ejectors and Undercuts, 6 Standard Mold Components, Mold Layout, Computer Aided Mold books. Design, Materials for Injection Molds, Surface Treatment Methods QUALITY CONTROL IN MOLDING Lecture notes, reference 7 Quality, Quality Assurance and Management, Quality Testing books. MOLD MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS Lecture notes, reference 8 Material Comparisons, Guidelines for Selection of Mold Materials, Heat Treating, Mold Finishing books. MOLD PLATES, MOLD AND MOLD PARTS HANDLING Lecture notes, reference Deflection and Forces affecting mold plates, Guiding of 9 Moving Plates, Safety in Mold Parts Handling, Lifting Plates, books. Mounting of Mold in Machine DIE ENGINEERING Lecture notes, reference 10 Punch and Dies, Planning, Design, And Design Practice Process Capabilities and Design Aspects books. PRESS FORMING Lecture notes, reference 11 Single Operation Dies, Compound Dies, Multi station Dies, Sheet Metal Working Dies and Equipment books.UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 127
  • 129. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM EDM AND PROGRESSIVE DIES Lecture notes, reference 12 Design Aspects and Process Capabilities, Fabrication of EDM Dies books WEAR AND LUBRICATION Lecture notes, reference 13 Wear of Molds and Dies, Lubrication in Mold, Lubrication in Dies, Surface Treatment of Mold to Reduce Wear books DIE MATERIAL SELECTION, SENSORS AND DIE Lecture notes, reference 14 PROTECTION booksUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 128
  • 130. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEC 4111 Course Title Design for Manufacturing Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Recognize the influence of design to manufacturing issues 2. Determine the material and material processing compatibility for manufacturing and cost effective component design 3. Analyse and design components and assembly towards efficient assembly process and lower assembly cost. 4. Analyse and design components towards efficient manufacturing process and reduce production cost. 5. Correlate component design towards protecting the environment. 6. Determine usability of advance manufacturing technology in industry 7. Apply the necessary tools and technique to detect and prevent product failure during design process. Transferable Skills Able to apply, design, analyze, interpret, and synthesize Synopsis of Course Contents This course covers various issues in design for manufacturing which includes tools and techniques to prevent product failure, reduce product cost and improve manufacturing efficiency through innovative design. Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, tutorial, lab and CL tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks on continuous assessment are given from time to time until the Performance beginning of final examination. Final grades are given after the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 129
  • 131. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1Course Code KCEC 4111Course Title Design for ManufacturingCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1) Product Design For Manufacture and Assembly by Boothroyd, Dewhurst and Knight, Dekker 2) Design for Six Sigma by 3) Product Design and Development by Ulrich & Eppinger 4) Total Design by Stuart PughTeaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, tutorial, lab and CLStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 14 Independent learning: 74Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS5 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3 and CT5 Team Work Skills: TS1, TS2, TS4 and TS5 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1, LL2 and LL3 Entrepreneurial Skills: KK1 Professional Ethics and Moral: EM1 Leadership Skills: LS1 and LS2Lecturer Dr. Salwa Hanim Abdul RashidRoom L6-8, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79676832 / salwa_hanim@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test: Refer to exam time table Examination: Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 130
  • 132. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment Effects of design of Manufacturing Lecture notes, reference -revisiting design process, -impact of design on manufacturing time 1 and cost, -legal issues, -product competitiveness, -early cost books. estimation Early Selection of Material and Process Combination Lecture notes, reference 2 -systematic selection process books. Design for Assembly (DFA) Lecture notes, reference 3 -Design Analysis for Manual Assembly -Design guideline for manual assembly books. Design for Assembly (DFA) Lecture notes, reference 4 -Design Analysis for Automatic Assembly -Design guideline for automatic assembly books. Project Work for Design for Assembly Lecture notes, reference 5 Laboratory for DFA books. Design for Machining (DFM) Lecture notes, reference 6 -machining processes, -machining sequence planning, -cost estimation books. -design guideline for the production of machined components Design for Polymer Processing (DFM) Lecture notes, reference 7 -Type of common polymers ,Type of polymer processing, Cost books. estimation for plastic injection, Design guideline for plastic injection Design for Metal Processing (DFM) Lecture notes, reference -Types of Metal Processing books. 8 -Cost Analysis of Metal Processing -Design guideline for metal processing Project Work for DFM, Laboratory for DFM Lecture notes, reference 9 books. PCB Design for Manufacturing and Assembly Lecture notes, reference 10 -Type of PCB, -PCB Assembly, Estimation of PCB Assembly books. -Design for PCB Manufacturability and Assembly Design For Environment Lecture notes, reference 11 -Lifecycle issues, Environmental impact from design and manufacture, DFE strategies, books Design for Advance Manufacturing process Lecture notes, reference 12 -new process and technology, -utilising new process in design -guideline adopting new technology books Design for Six sigma Lecture notes, reference 13 Value analysis, value engineering, Failure Mode Effect Analysis, VOC. Error control books DFE Project Work Lecture notes, reference 14 booksUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 131
  • 133. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartment Engineering Design and ManufactureProgramme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture)Course Code KCEC 4114Course Title Reverse EngineeringCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hours 3Learning Outcomes At the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Identify reverse engineering concept 2. Generate and analyze 3 dimensional data from digital scanning equipments 3. Generate and manipulate CAD model from scanned data 4. Develop physical model from CAD model using rapid prototyping machine 5. Application of rapid manufacturing conceptTransferable Skills Able to generate, analyze and applySynopsis of Course Contents The aim of this course is to introduce students the concept of reverse engineering as it is one of the most common techniques used in the industry. The main concepts of reverse engineering that are introduce are generation and manipulation of 3D model from scanned data, generation of physical object through the use of 3D printing techniques and developing tooling using rapid tooling techniques.Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, problem base learningand group projecttutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 60 % Final Examination:40 %Methodologies for Feedback on Marks on continuous assessment are given from time to time until thePerformance beginning of final examination. Final grades are given after the final examination.Criteria in Summative Assessment Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 132
  • 134. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 2Course Code KCEC 4114Course Title Reverse EngineeringCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 5. Engineering Design by B.S. Dhillon 6. Product Development: Reverse Engineering and NPD by Otto and WoodsTeaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, problem base learningand group projectStudent Learning Time Face to face : 28 Guided learning : 14 Independent learning: 74Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS4 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3 and CT5 Team Work Skills: TS1, TS2, TS4 and TS5 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1, LL2 and LL3 Entrepreneurial Skills: KK1 Professional Ethics and Moral: EM1 Leadership Skills: LS1 and LS2Lecturer Associate Professor Dr Mohd Hamdi Abd ShukorRoom RB 15, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03- 79675256 / hamdi@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test: Refer to exam time table Examination: refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 133
  • 135. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment Introduction to Reverse Engineering Lecture notes and reference 1 books Lecture notes and reference 2 3D Scanning Methods and Equipment books Lecture notes and reference 3 3D Scanning Methods and Equipment books Lecture notes and reference 4 3D Scanning Methods and Equipment books Lecture notes and reference 5 Cloud point interpretation and manipulation books Lecture notes and reference 7 CAD surface repair and manipulation books Lecture notes and reference 8 CAD surface repair and manipulation books Lecture notes and reference 9 Rapid Prototype Data Formats and Manipulation books Lecture notes and reference 10 Rapid Prototyping Methods and equipment books Lecture notes and reference 11 Rapid Prototyping Methods and equipment books Lecture notes and reference 12 Rapid Prototyping Methods and equipment books Lecture notes and reference 13 Rapid Tooling methods and process books Lecture notes and reference 14 Rapid Tooling methods and process booksUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 134
  • 136. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartment Engineering Design and ManufactureProgramme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture)Course Code KCEC 4281Course Title Final Year (Individual) ProjectCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ No specific prerequisites but the candidate has to be a final year studentMinimum Requirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 320Credit Hours 8Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Develop ability on how to diagnose problems and figure out their features/details and construct statements thereof. 2. Ability to set the objectives in specific and measurable forms. 3. Ability to discern the scope and limitations of certain studies. 4. Ability to do a literature review and locate gaps or contrasts in order to find the scope of work and learn the approaches that are accepted and used elsewhere. 5. Ability to devise a methodology to accomplish the laid-down objectives systematically. 6. To learn how to design a case study, a survey study or an experimental study, identify the factors (parameter/variables), design a framework, collate and collect data, analyze data using the appropriate mathematics and tools, and present the results both in tabular and graphical form, and also to draw conclusion(s). 7. To learn how to present work using multi-media facilities and to improve communication skills.Transferable Skills Generic skills on real-world problem diagnosis specification, setting objectives and scope, applying solution methodology, data analysis, presentation to audience and reporting.Synopsis of Course Contents Every final year undergraduate student undertakes a project that carries a weight of 8 credit-hour. This is stretched to one academic session (two consecutive semesters). The grade to each student is awarded on the basis of one’s performance after the completion of the project and submission of the report to the examiners and supervisor.Method of Delivery (lecture, • Comprehensive guidelinestutorial, workshop, etc) • Lecture on how to carry out the work successfully • Weekly meeting with the supervisor • Design of experiment/case study/simulation model • Data collection from real world company/lab expt, etc.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 135
  • 137. COURSE PRO FORMA Assessment Methods • Deliverables on literature review, filed visit, problem statement and objectives, factor identification and model/framework development, data collection and model testing (a sample is given below-Appendix A). • Inter-semester presentation and report • Final presentation and complete report/thesis • Assessments are done by two examiners and supervisor • Receive supervisor’s feedback/guidance • Examiners feedback/advice during inter-semester presentation Methodologies for Feedback • Comments on draft final report and presentation before finalization on Performance Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Criteria in Summative Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook. AssessmentUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 136
  • 138. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1 and 2Course Code KCEC 4281Course Title Final Year (individual) ProjectCredit Hours 8Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference Relevant journals, conference articles, books, web sites, etc.Teaching Materials/ Equipment Discussion and problem solvingLearning Strategies Lecture/guidance and supervisionStudent Learning Time Face to face: 20 Guided learning: 10 Independent learning: 290Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS4 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3, CT5 and CT6 Team Work Skills: TS1 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1, LL2 and LL3 Entrepreneurial Skills: KK4 Professional Ethics and Moral: EM1 and EM2 Leadership Skills: LS2Coordinator Mr. Yap Hwa JenRoom RB 7, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03-79675240 / hjyap737@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenue ndImportant Dates Mid-term presentation: First week of the 2 Semester classes Final presentation and thesis submission: Week right after the final examUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 137
  • 139. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAppendix A: Deliverables during final year project work Estimated Activity Time to Deliverables* complete1 Literature Review on the topic from 4 weeks A report on the literature review report (importance, journals, books, proceedings, etc. and requirements, contributions of different authors and throughout gaps in their work, tools and techniques used and the study to be used)2 Field visit and problems identification and 3 weeks Preparation of (real-life) problem statements, scope analysis, setting objectives and scope of and specific objectives the study3 Determination of factors and their levels 3 weeks Preparation of flow charts, process charts, that can from an effective supply chain. schematic diagrams, etc. Development of a framework by linking all pertinent factors and locating the possible outcomes4 Identification of factors/parameters, data 3 weeks Selection of variables, parameters, and requirements, mathematics for data mathematical tools and techniques, and analysis, preliminary data collection. preparation of data sheets. Software contents.5 Mid-session presentation at the end of 1 weeks Multi-media presentation Semester 1.6 Detailed data collection and analysis. 5 weeks Showing data and their analyses.7 Testing of the software or model. 3/4 weeks Checking if results are satisfactory or further data and analyses are required.8 Project report/thesis writing (including 4 weeks Preparation of Chapter wise draft and submission correction by Supervisor) to the supervisor.9 Submission of the final report to supervisor 1 weeks Finalized report/thesis and presentation and examiners and presentation.UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 138
  • 140. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartment Engineering Design and ManufactureProgramme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture)Course Code KCEC 4304 (E) equivalent with (KCEC 3103)Course Title Concurrent EngineeringCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hours 3Learning Outcomes At the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Understand the concept of concurrent engineering 2. Identify teams, strategies and technologies required for concurrent engineering 3. Apply concurrent engineering tools 4. Apply product lifecycle management conceptsTransferable Skills Be able to analyze and synthesizeSynopsis of Course Contents The course introduces the concurrent engineering methodology which includes the fundamental principles of concurrent engineering, managing concurrent engineering project and application of common tools used in concurrent engineering implementation.Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, Problem Based Learning and Group Projecttutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 60% Exam: 40%Methodologies for Feedback on Marks on continuous assessment are given from time to time until thePerformance beginning of final examination. Final grades are given after the final examination.Criteria in Summative Assessment Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 139
  • 141. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KCEC4304 (E) equivalent with (KCEC 3103)Course Title Concurrent EngineeringCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Concurrent Engineering, Contemporary Issue and Modern Design Tools, Parsaei and Sullivan-Chapman and Hall, 2002 2. Computer Integrated Design and Manufacture, Bedworth, Henderson and WolfMcGraw Hill, 2005 3. An Introduction to Automated Process Planning, Chang and Wysk Prentice Hall, 2003Teaching Materials/ Equipment OHP, PowerPoint Slides, video recordingsLearning Strategies Lecture, Problem Based Learning and Group ProjectStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 14 Independent learning: 76Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS5 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3 and CT5 Team Work Skills: TS1, TS2, TS4 and TS5 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1, LL2 and LL3 Entrepreneurial Skills: KK1 Professional Ethics and Moral: EM1 Leadership Skills: LS1 and LS2Lecturer Dr. Salwa Hanim Abdul RashidRoom L6-8, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79676832 / salwa_hanim@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 140
  • 142. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching Week Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic Materials/Equipment 1 Definition and Philosophy of Concurrent Engineering Lecture Note 2 Concurrent Engineering Team Structure Lecture Note 3 Managing Concurrent Engineering Team Lecture Note 4 Concurrent Engineering Development Strategies Lecture Note 5 Concurrent Engineering Technologies: Design Systems Lecture Note 6 Concurrent Engineering Technologies Collaborative Systems Lecture Note 7 Concurrent Engineering Tools: QFD Lecture Note 8 Concurrent Engineering Tools: FMEA & AFD Lecture Note 9 Concurrent Engineering Design For X : Product Focus Lecture Note 10 Concurrent Engineering Design For X : Production Focus Lecture Note 11 Concurrent engineering Design For X: Distribution focus Lecture Note 12 Artificial Intelligence for Concurrent Engineering Lecture Note 13 Product Lifecycle Management Systems Lecture Note 14 Product Lifecycle Management Systems Lecture NoteUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 141
  • 143. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEP 1103 Course Title Introduction to Manufacturing Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Identify manufacturing fundamental and manufacturing enterprise 2. Identify geometric attributes of manufactured parts 3. Recognize materials in design and manufacturing 4. Identify manufacturer of semiconductor devices 5. Differentiate the variety of manufacturing systems 6. Identify competitive aspects of manufacturing processes Transferable Skills Ability to synthesize and analyse Synopsis of Course Contents In this course, students are able to: Understand the fundamentals of manufacturing, manufacturing enterprise, geometric attributes of manufactured parts, materials in design and manufacturing, manufacturing of semiconductor devices, manufacturing systems and aspects of manufacturing processes. Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, tutorial and laboratory. tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment : 40 % Final Examination: 60 % Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment (group presentation and assignment and Performance class participants) will be given before the final exam. Grades will be given for the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 142
  • 144. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1Course Code KCEP 1103Course Title Introduction to ManufacturingCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1). Introduction to Manufacturing Process: John A. Schey, 4/E(2009) 2). Operations Now: Supply Chain Profitability and Performance, 3/E (2008) 3). Manufacturing Engineering and Technology, S Kalpakjian & S.R. Schmid, Prentice Hall (NJ), 6/E(2009) 4). Fundamentals of Semiconductor Manufacturing and Process Control: Gary S.Mary, Costas J.Spanos (2006)Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, tutorial and laboratory.Student Learning Time Face to face: 42 Guided learning: 9 Self learning: 65Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1 and CS2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1 and CT2 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1Lecturer Associate Professor Dr Mohd Hamdi Abd ShukorRoom RB 15, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03- 79675256 / hamdi@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 143
  • 145. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule: References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE / TUTORIAL / ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment Historical Developments in Manufacturing, Economic Role of Manufacturing, Lecture Notes and 1 Manufacturing as a Technical Activity Reference books Manufacturing Enterprise: Specification Development, Conceptual Design, Process Design, Production Lecture Notes and 2 Reference books and Customer Relations Manufacturing Enterprise: Sequential Manufacturing, Concurrent Engineering, Computer Integrated Lecture Notes and 3 Reference books Manufacturing, and Control of Manufacturing Processes Geometric Attributes of Manufactured Parts: Shape, Dimensions Lecture Notes and 4 Reference books Geometric Attributes of Manufactured Parts: Metrology, Surface Topography Lecture Notes and 5 Reference books Service Attributes of Manufactured Parts: Mechanical Properties, Impact Energy and Fracture Toughness Lecture Notes and 6 Reference books Service Attributes of Manufactured Parts: Residual Stresses, Non destructive Testing, Physical Properties Lecture Notes and 7 Reference books Materials in Design and Manufacturing: Classification of Engineering Materials Lecture Notes and 8 Reference books Materials in Design and Manufacturing: Environmental Aspects, Recycling. Lecture Notes and 9 Reference books Manufacture of Semiconductor Devices: Elements of Semiconductor Devices Lecture Notes and 10 Reference books Manufacture of Semiconductor Devices: Manufacture of Silicon Wafers, and Device Fabrication Lecture Notes and 11 Reference books Manufacturing Systems: Lecture Notes and 12 Material movement, Production Organization, Reference books Manufacturing Systems: Lecture Notes and 13 Quality Management, and Manufacturing Management Reference books Competitive Aspects of Manufacturing Processes: Competition in the Global Lecture Notes and 14 Economy, Manufacturing Costs, Competition between Manufacturing Reference books Processes, Competition between Materials, and Optimum ApproachUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 144
  • 146. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartment Engineering Design and ManufactureProgramme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture)Course Code KCEP 1108Course Title Fluid MechanicsCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hours 3Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Define and explain the differences and conditions relating to laminar and turbulent flows and between ideal and real fluids. Explain the significance of Reynolds number and its relationship to laminar and turbulent flows. 2. To recognize the scope and extent of turbulent flow and to compare and discuss the validity and conditions pertaining to the various theories relating to turbulent flow. 3. Model actual flow situations such as flow in pipes, flow through fluid machines, flow around submerged bodies, etc. Subsequently to analyze and solve the problems. 4. Operate and use fluid machines, pumps and turbines through the application of basic fluid principles of angular momentum. Selection of pumps and turbines for various applications. 5. Collect and analyze experimental data. Organize results and prepare reports. 6. Analyze and study a real fluid problem and subsequently to produce and present an engineering report on the problem. 7. Identify limitations of theory of turbulent flows. Recognize the need for further modifications and improvements to handle more complex situations.Transferable Skills Communication skills Critical thinking and problem solving skills Life long learning and information managementSynopsis of Course Contents The objective of this course is to further the knowledge and understanding acquired in the basic fluid mechanics course given in the first year. This course includes mainly the application of the understanding acquired to the analysis of various phenomena encountered in the very broad field of fluid mechanics. Such phenomena include the flow of fluids in closed and open channels, the study of the lift and drag forces acting on bodies immersed in a fluid, the study and analysis of flow through turbo-machines, such as pumps and turbines and the applications of the laws of similarity and dimensional analysis.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 145
  • 147. COURSE PRO FORMA Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, Tutorial, AL, CL tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous assessment :40 % (Quiz, Assignment, Self-Assessment and Test) Final Examination :60 % Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment will be posted on the student notice board Performance before the final examination and course grade will be given after the final examination.. Criteria in Summative Assessment Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 146
  • 148. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1Course Code KCEP 1108Course Title Fluid MechanicsCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1) Cengel, Yunus A. and John M. Cimbala, 2006. Fluid Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications, McGraw-Hill Education (Asia). 2) Munson, Bruce R., Young, Donald F and Theodore H, Okiishi, 2006; th Fundamentals of Fluids Mechanics, 5 Edition, John Wiley and Sons (Asia). 3) Street, Robert L., Watters, Gary Z and John K, Vennard, 1996. Elementary Fluid Mechanics, Seventh Edition, John Wiley and Sons, New York.Teaching Materials/ Equipment Reference books, course notes, tutorial and assignment questions, lab handoutsLearning Strategies Lecture, Tutorial, AL, CLStudent Learning Time Face to face: 42 Guided learning: 28 Independent learning: 46Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2 and CS3 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2 and CT3 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1 and LL2Lecturer Dr. Tuan Mohammad Yusoff Shah Bin Tuan YaRoom RB 11, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03-79676840 / tyusoff@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test: Refer to exam time table Examination: Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 147
  • 149. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching Week Lecture/Tutorial/Assignment Topic Materials/Equipment 1 Laminar and Turbulent Flow. Reynolds Number Ref. No. 1, Course Notes 2 Flow in Closed Channels. Friction Factor. Moody Diagram Ref. No. 1, Course Notes 3 Minor Losses. Empirical Formulas Ref. No. 1, Course Notes 4 Flow in Pipe Networks Ref. No. 1, Course Notes 5 Dimensional Analysis Ref. No. 1, Course Notes 6 Similarity and the Governing Laws Ref. No. 1, Course Notes 7 Lift and Drag Forces on Submerged Bodies Ref. No. 1, Course Notes 8 Analysis of Airfoils Ref. No. 1, Course Notes 9 Introduction to Turbo-Machines Ref. No. 1, Course Notes 10 Centrifugal Pumps Ref. No. 1, Course Notes 11 Turbines. Cavitation Ref. No. 1, Course Notes 12 Flow in Open Channels Ref. No. 1, Course Notes 13 Concept and Applications of Specific Energy Ref. No. 1, Course Notes 14 Hydraulic Jump Ref. No. 1, Course NotesUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 148
  • 150. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level.Academy/Faculty/Centre EngineeringDepartment Engineering Design and ManufactureProgramme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture)Course Code KCEP 1109Course Title ThermodynamicsCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum NoneRequirement(s)Student Learning Time (SLT) 120Credit Hours 3Learning Outcomes BY the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Identify First Law and interprete heat, work, heat effect and difference among various energy form. 2. Identify and explain energy transfer process in aerospace system. 3. Apply conservation of energy equation or Thermodynamics First Law. 4. Explain dependant/independant concept and reversible of various thermodynamics process. 5. Use perfect cycle analysis in thermal engine cycle. Estimate thermal efficiency and dependant work with pressure dan temperature at different point in cycle.Transferable Skills Communication Skills Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills Team WorksSynopsis of Course Contents Basic concept: System, temperature, heat and work transfer concept. First Thermodynamics Law: Relationship between heat and work, energy principle and energy conservation. Usage for non-steady and steady flow process. Second Thermodynamics Law: Cycle efficiency, reversible, themodynamics tempersature scale, enthrophy. Fluid behaviour: Liquid, steam and gas behaviour. Ideal gas: Characteristics relationship, polytrophyc condition process equation.Method of Delivery (lecture, Classroom instruction, AL, CLtutorial, workshop, etc)Assessment Methods Mid-Term Examination: 20% Tutorial: 20% Final Examination: 60%Methodologies for Feedback on Announcement during lecture /Individual academic report through students e-Performance mail.Criteria in Summative Assessment Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 149
  • 151. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1Course Code KCEP 1109Course Title ThermodynamicsCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Yunus A. Cengel Michael A. Boles Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach, 4/e McGraw-Hill 2. M.J. Moran and H.N. Shapiro, Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics, 5/e, Wiley, 2004 3. Fundamentals of Thermal-Fluid Sciences by Yunus A. Cengel and Robert H. Tuner (Mc Graw Hill), 2008 4. Fundamentals of Heat Transfer By Incropera, 2008.Teaching Materials/ Equipment Reference books, course notes, tutorial and assignment questionsLearning Strategies Classroom instruction, AL, CLStudent Learning Time Face to face: 42 Guided learning: 4 Independent learning: 70Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2 dan CT3 Team Work Skills: TS1Lecturer Dr. Ir. Khairi YusufRoom L6-16, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79674464 / khairiyusuf@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department Time TableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department Time TableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test: Refer to exam time table Examination: Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 150
  • 152. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment Reference books and 1 The First Law of Thermodynamics, Entropy Course Notes Reference books and 2 Energy: A Measure of Work Potential Course Notes Reference books and 3 Gas Power Cycles Course Notes Reference books and 4 Brayton Cycle: The Ideal Cycle for Gas-Turbine Engines Course Notes Reference books and 5 Vapor and Combine Power Cycles Course Notes Reference books and 6 Cogeneration, Combined Gas-Vapor Power Cycles Course Notes Reference books and 7 Refrigeration Cycles Course Notes Innovative Vapor-Compression Refrigeration Systems and Reference books and 8 Thermodynamic Property Relations Course Notes Reference books and 9 Gas Mixtures Course Notes Reference books and 10 Gas-Vapor Mixtures and Air-Conditioning Course Notes Reference books and 11 Thermodynamics of High-Speed Gas Flow Course Notes Reference books and 12 Flow Through Actual Nozzles and Diffusers Course Notes Mechanism of Heat transfer and Conduction Reference books and Introduction, Thermal Conductivity, Conduction, Convection, Radiation. Course Notes 13 Steady State Heat Conduction in Plane Walls, Thermal Contact Resistance, Thermal Contact Resistance Network, Heat Conduction In Cylinders and Spheres Convection and Radiation Reference books and 14 Forced Convection, Thermal Boundary Layer, Flow over flat plates, Course Notes Thermal Radiation, blackbody radiation, radiationUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 151
  • 153. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEP 1110 Course Title Introduction To Electrical Engineering Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Recognise the important of electric circuit 2. Identify the theories and application of capacitor, inductor, DC motor and power generator and problem solving. 3. Interpret the practices in circuit design. Transferable Skills Able to synthesize and analyse Synopsis of Course Contents This course will introduce the students with the fundamentals of electrical circuit elements and circuit analysis principles Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, presentation and discussion tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment are given during group presentation and Performance coursework. Grades will be given after the final examination. Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Criteria in Summative Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook. AssessmentUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 152
  • 154. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 2Course Code KCEP 1110Course Title Introduction to Electrical EngineeringCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Stephen J. Chapman,”Electric Machinery Fundamentals”. McGraw-Hill (2008). 2. Giogio Rizzoni,”Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering”. Prentice Hall (2008). 3. Robert L. Boylestad, “Introductory Circuit Analysis”.Maxwell Macmillan (2008).Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point presentation, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, presentation and discussionStudent Learning Time Face to face: 38 Guided learning: 14 Independent learning: 64Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1 and CS2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1Lecturer Dr. Mahidzal DahariRoom L7-11, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79675399 / mahidzal@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 153
  • 155. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment Fundamental of electric circuits Power point, white board and 1 Voltage sources; current sources; Kirchhoff’s Law lecture note Fundamental of electric circuits Power point, white 2 Resistance and Ohm’s Law; Power and energy board and lecture note Series parallel circuits Fundamental of electric circuits Power point, white board and 3 Series parallel circuits lecture note Tutorial 1 Direct current circuit (dc) Power point, white board and 4 Mesh analysis; nodal analysis lecture note Direct current circuit (dc) Power point, white board and 5 Network theorem lecture note Alternating current circuit (ac) Power point, white board and 6 Capacitor; inductor. lecture note Basic elements and phasors Alternating current circuit (ac) Power point, white board and 7 (RCL circuit) lecture note Test 1 Principles of electromagnetics Power point, white board and 8 Electricity and magnetism lecture note Principles of electromagnetics Power point, white board and 9 Magnetic circuit lecture note Principles of electromagnetics Power point, white board and 10 Transformers and transducers lecture note Tutorial II Machine Power point, white board and 11 DC machinery fundamentals lecture note Machine Power point, white board and 12 DC generators and motors lecture note Machine Power point, white board and 13 AC generators and motors lecture note Test 2 Conclusion and revision Power point, white board and 14 lecture noteUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 154
  • 156. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEP 2105 Course Title Numerical Methods and Statistics Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum None Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Define the theory underlying numerical methods and be capable of applying the methodologies learnt to straightforward engineering application. 2. Solve problems concerning elementary probability, probability distributions and random processes. 3. Calculate confidence limits for sampled data, to perform tests of hypotheses concerning the mean, variance, goodness of fit and contingency tables. Transferable Skills Communication skills Critical thinking and problem solving Continuous learning and information management Synopsis of Course Contents This course will introduce the student to General Numeric Methods and explain the uses of numeric methods in engineering. Linear Equations will be introduced by drawing linear graphs and calculating the gradient and intercept. Numeric Methods in Linear Algebra will allow the student to draw linear graphs and calculates the roots of equations. Gaussian elimination will enable to student to solve for variables when there is a system of linear equations. Numeric Interpolation will use the method of interpolation for functions of linear equations. Newton’s interpolation method will facilitate Newton’s method of interpolation. Numeric Differentiation method will allow the student to use differentiation methods for linear equations. Numeric Integration method will demonstrate integration methods for functions of linear equations. Rungge- Kutta method will be used for advanced systems of linear equations. Engineering Statistics will explain the uses of statistics in engineering. Data Analysis will allow the student to use simple methods of engineering data analysis. Probabilities will be introduced to allow the student to work with probabilities. Weibull, Binomial and Normal distributions will enable the students to use these distributions for engineering calculations. Regression Analysis will allow the students to use of linear regression analysis.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 155
  • 157. COURSE PRO FORMA Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, lab and tutorial tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment will be displayed on students’ notice Performance board before the final exam. Grades will be given after the final examination. Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Criteria in Summative Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook. AssessmentUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 156
  • 158. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 2Course Code KCEP 2105Course Title Numerical Methods and StatisticsCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Statistics for Engineers and Scientists – William Navidi (McGraw), 2008. 2. Applied Numerical Methods with Matlab for Engineers and Scientists – Steven C. Chapra (McGraw), 2008. 3. Peter A. Stark, Introduction to Numerical Methods, MacMillan Publishing Co., LCN 77-85773. 4. Richard A., Probability and Statistics for Engineer, Prentice Hall. 5. Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers by D. C. Montgomery and G. C. Runger (John Wiley & Sons, 1999).Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, lab and tutorialStudent Learning Time Face to face: 38 Guided learning: 20 Independent learning: 58Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS4 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2 and CT3 Team Work Skills: TS1, TS2, TS4 and TS5 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1 and LL2Lecturer Dr. Tuan Mohammad Yusoff Shah Bin Tuan YaRoom RB 11, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03-79676840 / tyusoff@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 157
  • 159. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment 1 General Numeric Methods Lecture notes, reference Explain the uses of numeric methods in engineering. books. 2 Linear Equations Lecture notes, reference Draw linear graphs and calculate the gradient and intercept. books. 3 Numeric Methods in Linear Algebra Lecture notes, reference Draw linear graphs and calculates the roots of equations. books. 4 Gaussian elimination Lecture notes, reference Solve for variables when there is a system of linear equations. books. 5 Numeric Interpolation Lecture notes, reference Use the method of interpolation for functions of linear equations. books. 6 Newton’s interpolation method Lecture notes, reference Use Newton’s method of interpolation for functions of linear equations. books. 7 Numeric Differentiation method Lecture notes, reference Use the differentiation methods for functions of linear equations. books. 8 Numeric Integration method Lecture notes, reference Use the integration methods for functions of linear equations. books. 9 Rungge-Kutta method Lecture notes, reference Use the Rungge-Kutta methods for functions of linear equations. books. 10 Engineering Statistics Lecture notes, reference Explain the uses of statistics in engineering. books. 11 Data Analysis Lecture notes, reference Use simple methods of engineering data analysis. books. 12 Probability Lecture notes, reference Introduction to the theory of probabilities. books. 13 Weibull, Binomial and Normal distributions Lecture notes, reference Introduction to and use of Weibull, Binomial and Normal distributions. books. 14 Regression Analysis Lecture notes, reference Use of linear regression analysis. books.UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 158
  • 160. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEP 2112 Course Title Design for Machine Elements Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. To formulate and analyze stresses and strains in machine elements and structures in 3-D subjected to various loads. 2. To apply knowledge of basic concepts in design and analysis and definitions relating to properties of a variety of engineering materials. 3. To recognize the relations between strength and static loading in order to make the decisions concerning material and its processes for satisfying the requirements. 4. To apply multidimensional fatigue failure criteria in the analysis and design of mechanical components. 5. To demonstrate a knowledge of basic concepts of how specific machine elements function and how to design or specify them so that they function safely without failing structurally. Transferable Skills Able to apply, design, analyse, interpret and synthesize. Synopsis of Course Contents Introduction to Mechanical Design, Factor of Safety, Design Codes and Standards, Load/ Stress Analysis, Failures Resulting from Static/Variable Loading, Permanent/Non-permanent Joints, Mechanical Springs, Bearings, Lubrication and Journal Bearings, Gears, Clutches, Brakes, Flexible Mechanical Elements, Shafts and Shafts Components Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, lab, tutorial and group project tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment (group presentation and assignment and Performance class participants) will be given before the final exam. Grades will be given after the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 159
  • 161. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1Course Code KCEP 2112Course Title Design for Machine ElementsCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 7. Mechanical engineering Design, J. E. Shigley and C.R. Mischke, McGraw Hill (2006) 8. Design of Machine Elements, M.F. Spotts & T.E Shoupe, Prentice Hall (2005) 9. Mechanical Design: An integrated Approach, A.C. Ugural, McGraw Hill (2007)Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, lab, tutorial and group projectStudent Learning Time Face to face: 42 Guided learning: 10 Independent learning: 64Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2, CS3 and CS4 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2 and CT3 Team Work Skills: TS1, TS2, TS3, TS4 and TS5 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1 and LL2Lecturer Mr. Yap Hwa JenRoom RB 7, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03-79675240 / hjyap737@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 160
  • 162. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment Introduction to Mechanical Design, Factor of Safety, Design Codes and 1 Lecture Standards, 2 Load and Stress Analysis Lecture 3 Failures Resulting from Static Loading Lecture/ Laboratory 4 Fatigue Failure Resulting from Variable Loading Lecture/ Laboratory 5 Screws, Fasteners and the Design of Non-permanent Joints Lecture/ Laboratory 6 Welding, Bonding and the Design of Permanent Joints Lecture/ Laboratory 7 Mechanical Springs Lecture/ Laboratory 8 Rolling-Contact Bearings Lecture 9 Lubrication and Journal Bearings Lecture 10 Gears – General Lecture 11 Gears – Spur Gears, Helical Gear, Bevel and Worm Gears Lecture 12 Clutches, Brakes, Coupling and Flywheels Lecture 13 Flexible Mechanical Elements Lecture 14 Shafts and Shafts Components LectureUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 161
  • 163. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEP 2113 Course Title Manufacturing Process Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Identify the underlying principles of various non-conventional machining processes 2. Use manufacturing processes in engineering applications. 3. Explain the use of different non-traditional methods in material processing. Transferable Skills Able to understand, synthesize and analyse Synopsis of Course Contents The concept of traditional material processing technology will be introduced. The method of cutting different material will be shown. Various traditional manufacturing processes will be taught together with its application in industry. Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, tutorial, laboratory tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment: 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment will be given before the final exam. Grades Performance will be given after the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 162
  • 164. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1Course Code KCEP 2113Course Title Manufacturing ProcessCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Manufacturing Engineering and Technology: Kalpakjian, 6/E (2009) 2. Manufacturing Process and Equipment: George Trusty (2004) 3. McGraw Hill Machining and Metalworking Handbook: Ronald A. Walsh, Denis Cormier (2006) 4. Introduction to Manufacturing Process: John A. Schey, 4E(2009)Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, tutorial and laboratory.Student Learning Time Face to face: 42 Guided learning: 9 Self learning: 65Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS4 and CS7 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3, CT4, CT5 and CT6 Team Work Skills: TS1 and TS3 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1Lecturer Associate Professor Dr Mohd Hamdi Abd ShukorRoom RB 15, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03- 79675256 / hamdi@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 163
  • 165. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment 1 Casting Processes Lecture notes and reference books. 2 Casting Processes Tutorial (1) Lab 3 hours Lecture notes and reference books. 3 Casting Processes Lecture notes and reference books. 4 Casting Processes Lecture notes and reference books. 5 Powder Metallurgy Lecture notes and reference books. 6 Powder Metallurgy Tutorial (1)-lab 3 hours/class test Lecture notes and reference books. 7 Powder Metallurgy Lecture notes and reference books. 8 Metal Forming Process Lecture notes and reference books. 9 Metal Forming Process Lecture notes and -tutorial (1) reference books. 10 Metal Forming Process Lecture notes and Reference books. 11 Measurement- Tutorial (1)-lab 3 hours/class test Lecture notes and reference books. 12 Measurement Lecture notes and reference books. 13 Surface Treatment Process Lecture notes and reference books. 14 Surface Treatment Process Tutorial (1)-lab 6 hours/class test Lecture notes and reference books.UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 164
  • 166. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEP 2201 Course Title Mechanics of Materials Course Pre-requisite(s)/ KCEC 1106 Statics Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Demonstrate use of the fundamentals of elementary solid mechanics 2. Apply the fundamental principles of mechanics of materials in real life design problems 3. Analyze a given problem in a simple and logical manner and apply to its solution in a systematic problem solving methods 4. Identify problems in real structures and machines due to applied loads/stresses and formulate solution Transferable Skills Able to apply, design, analyze, interpret, and synthesize Synopsis of Course Contents Concepts of stress-strain, axial loading, torsion, pure bending, analysis & design of beams in pure bending, transformation of stress and strain, deflection of beams, columns, energy methods Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, lab and tutorial tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment (Assignment, Test, Lab): 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks on continuous assessment are given from time to time until the beginning Performance of final examination. Final grades are given after the final examination. Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Criteria in Summative Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook. AssessmentUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 165
  • 167. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1Course Code KCEP 2201Course Title Mechanics of MaterialsCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ KCEC 1106Minimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Mechanics of Materials by F.P. Beer, E.R. Johnston, and J.T. DeWolf (McGraw Hill), 2008. 2. Mechanics of Materials by R.C. Hibbler (Prentice Hall), 2008 3. Mechanics of Materials by R.R. Craig, Jr. (John Wiely & Sons)Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point presentation, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, lab and tutorialStudent Learning Time Face to face: 40 Guided learning: 4 Independent learning: 72Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1 and CS7 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3, CT4 and CT6 Team Work Skills: TS1Lecturer Prof. Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed ChoudhuryRoom L6-14, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79675384 / imtiaz@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 166
  • 168. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment Stresses and Strain: Stresses and Strains, Average Normal Stress in Axially Loaded Lecture note, reference book, 1 Bar, Average Shear Stress, Stress-Strain Diagram, Hooke’s Law, Poisson’s Ratio, Shear Stress-Strain Diagram assignment/ tutorial and lab Axial Loading Saint-Venant’s Principle, Elastic Deformation of Axially Loaded Lecture note, reference book, 2 Bars, Principles of Superposition, Superposition Method of Solving assignment/ tutorial and lab Statically Indeterminate Axially Loaded Member Axial Loading: Force Method of solving statically indeterminate Axially Loaded Member Lecture note, reference book, 3 Torsion: assignment/ tutorial and lab Torsional Deformation of Circular Shaft, Torsion Formula, Tutorial-1 Torsion: Stress and Angle of Twist in the Elastic Range Power Lecture note, reference book, 4 Transmission, Inelastic Torsion, Plastic Deformation in Circular assignment/ tutorial and lab Shaft, Circular Shaft of Elasto-Plastic Material, Residual Stress Bending: Shear and Moment Diagrams, Bending Deformation of Straight Lecture note, reference book, 5 Members, Flexure Formula, Stresses and Deformation in the assignment/ tutorial and lab Elastic Range Bending: Lecture note, reference book, 6 Bending of Members made of Elasto-Plastic Materials Test-1 assignment/ tutorial and lab Bending: Shear Formula, Shear in Straight Members, Shearing Stresses in Lecture note, reference book, 7 Beams, Shear Formula assignment/ tutorial and lab Tutorial-II Transformation of stress and strain: Lecture note, reference book, 8 Plane Stress Transformation, General Equation of Stress Transformation, Principal Stresses and Maximum Shear Stresses assignment/ tutorial and lab Transformation of stress and strain: Mohr’s Circle for Plane Stress, Plane Strain Transformation, Lecture note, reference book, 9 General Equation of Strain Transformation, Principal Strain and assignment/ tutorial and lab Maximum Shear Strain Transformation of stress and strain: Mohr’s Circle for Plane Strain Lecture note, reference book, 10 Deflection of beams: Deflection of Beams under Transverse Loading, assignment/ tutorial and lab Tutorial III Deflection of beams: Lecture note, reference book, 11 Elastic Curve, Methods to Determine Slope and Displacement assignment/ tutorial and labUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 167
  • 169. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM Deflection of beams: Lecture note, reference book, 12 Slope and Displacement by Integration assignment/ tutorial and lab Columns: Lecture note, reference book, Critical Load, Ideal Column with Pin Support, Columns Having Various Types of Support, Buckling Theory for Columns for assignment/ tutorial and lab 13 Various End Conditions Test-II Columns: Lecture note, reference book, Euler’s Formula Design of Columns for Concentric Loading 14 Conditions assignment/ tutorial and lab Tutorial-IVUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 168
  • 170. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEP 3106 Course Title Principles of Metal Working Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes By the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Demonstrate the use of the fundamentals of metal forming theories and applications 2. Employ the knowledge on material plasticity and its implications on formability 3. Define the action of tools and dies in forming operation 4. Define the effect of process parameters on product quality 5. Identify the cause of defects on the product and recommend preventive measures Transferable Skills Able to apply, design, analyze, interpret, and synthesize Synopsis of Course Contents Plasticity and Yield Criteria, Work Hardening and Plastic Instability, Strain Rate and Temperature, Ideal Work and Slab Analysis of Bulk Deformation Processes, Sheet Metal Forming Processes, Forming Tools and Dies, Forming Limit Diagrams Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, tutorial and lab tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment (assignment, test, lab, PBL): 40% Final Examination: 60% Methodologies for Feedback on Marks on continuous assessment are given from time to time until the beginning Performance of final examination. Final grades are given after the final examination. Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Criteria in Summative Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook. AssessmentUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 169
  • 171. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1Course Code KCEP 3106Course Title Principles of Metal WorkingCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Manufacturing Engineering and Technology, S. Kalpakjian and S.R .Schmid, Prentice Hall , N.J (2001) 2. Materials and processes in Manufacturing , E.Paul DeGarmo,T.J.Black and R.A.Kosher, Prentice Hall, N. J (1997) 3. Manufacturing Processes and Systems, P.F.Oswald and J.Munoz, John Wiley and Sons NY (1997) 4. Processes and Materials of manufacture, Roy A. indberg, Prentice Hall, NJ (1990) 5. Metal Forming: Mechanics and Metallurgy by W.F. Hosford and R.M. Caddell (Pentice Hall). 6. Fundamental of Metal Forming by R.H. Wagner and J.L. Chenst (John Wiley)Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point presentation, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, tutorial and labStudent Learning Time Face to face 40 Guided learning 4 Independent learning: 72Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2 and CS3 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2 and CT3 Team Work Skills: TS1Lecturer Prof. Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed ChoudhuryRoom L6-14, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79675384 / imtiaz@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 170
  • 172. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment 1 Plasticity and Yield Criteria: Lecture Note and Reference Stress and Strain, Elastic Work, Yield Criteria, Tresca Criterion, Von Mises Criterion, Plastic Work book 2 Plasticity and Yield Criteria: Effective Stress and Effective Strain, Plastic Stress-Strain Relations Lecture Note and Reference Work Hardening and Plastic Instability: Mechanical Properties, Uni-axial Tensile Test, Elastic-Plastic book Transition, Determination of work-Hardening Expression, Behavior After Necking 3 Work Hardening and Plastic Instability: Balanced Biaxial Tension, Direct Compression, Plane-Strain Compression, General Approach to Instability, Thin Walled Lecture Note and Reference Pressure Vessels, Significance of Instability, Effect of book Inhomogenity on Uniform Strain. Tutorial-I 4 Strain Rate and Temperature: Strain Rate, Relation between Strain rate Sensitivity and Viscosity, Lecture Note and Reference Super plasticity, Combined Strain and Strain Rate Effects, Temperature Dependence of flow Stress Deformation Mechanism book Maps, Hot working, Temperature Rise during Deformation 5 Ideal Work and Slab Analysis: Ideal Work or Uniform Energy, Forging, Rolling, Extrusion and Rod Lecture Note and Reference Drawing, Friction, Redundant Work and Mechanical Efficiency, Maximum Drawing Reduction, Comparison of Slab Method and book Ideal Work Method 6 Ideal Work and Slab Analysis: Wire or Rod Drawing, Direct Compression in plane Strain, Average Lecture Note and Reference Pressure during Plane Strain Compression, Sticking Friction and Mixed Sticking-Sliding Conditions book Test-I 7 Ideal Work and Slab Analysis: Lecture Note and Reference Flat die Forging, Flat Rolling, Axi-symmetric Compression. Tutorial II book 8 Bending: Introduction, Springback in Sheet Bending, Bending with Lecture Note and Reference Superimposed Tension, Sheet Bendability, Bending Shapes and book tubes, Forming limits in Shape Bending 9 Cup Drawing, Redrawing and Ironing: Lecture Note and Reference Material effects in Cup Drawing, Effects of work Hardening, Deformation Efficiency, effects of Tooling on Cup Drawing book 10 Cup Drawing, Redrawing and Ironing: Earing, Approximate Analysis of Earing, Redrawing, Ironing, Lecture Note and Reference Residual Stresses book Tutorial III 11 Tools and Dies: Lecture Note and Reference Forging Tools and Dies, Extrusion Tools and Dies, Sheet Metal Working Dies and Equipment bookUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 171
  • 173. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERM 12 Tools And Dies: Lecture Note and Reference Process Capabilities and Design Aspects Test-II book 13 Deformation Zone Geometry and Forming Limits: A-Parameter, Friction, Redundant Deformation, Forming Limits Lecture Note and Reference diagrams and Its Experimental Determination, Calculation of Forming Limits Diagrams. book Tutorial-IV 14 Sheet Metal Stampings And Tests: Lecture Note and Reference Strain Distribution, Draw Beads, Wrinkling, Cupping Tests, Limiting Dome Height Test, Edge Cracking, Springback bookUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 172
  • 174. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEP 4302 (E) Course Title Tool Engineering Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes At the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Describe the basics of Manufacturing processes involving tooling such as cutting, forming, joining, casting of metals and moulding of polymers and composites. 2. Differentiate the principles of design of tools, jigs and fixtures for the above processes. 3. Use the software available. Transferable Skills Be able to synthesize and analyse Synopsis of Course Contents Perspective and introduction to Tool Engineering - Basics of metal cutting – Design of cutting tools-jigs and fixtures – Basics of metal forming processes – Design of Bulk forming and sheet metal working tools – Fundamentals of polymers and composites – Design of polymer processing Tools – Application of IT software in the Design process of molds and dies. Method of Delivery (lecture, Lectures, tutorial and lab tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment : 40 % Final Examination: 60 % Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment (group presentation and assignment and Performance class participants) will be given before the final exam. Grades will be given for the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 173
  • 175. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KCEP 4302 (E)Course Title Engineering ToolingCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Fundamentals of Tool Design. ASTMEW, Prentice Hall International, NJ (2005) 2. Tool Design, C, Donaldson. G.H. Le cain and V.C. GooldTata- McGraw Hill, rd New Delhi, 3 edition (1992) 3. Handbook of Jig and Fixture Design. W.E Boyes (editor) SME, Dearborn, MI (1989) 4. Douglas M. Bryce, Plastic Injection Moulding: mold design and construction fundamentals. SME, Dearborn, MI (1998)Teaching Materials/ Equipment Lecture note, projector and white boardLearning Strategies Lectures, tutorial and labStudent Learning Time Face to face: 42 Guided learning: 9 Independent learning: 65Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2 and CS3 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3 and CT4 Team Work Skills: TS1 and TS3 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1Lecturer Dr. Ahmed Aly Diaa Mohammed SarhanRoom L8-20, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79674593 / ah_sarhan@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test: Week 5 and week 14 of the classes Examination: Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 174
  • 176. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment 1 Perspectives and introduction to engineering tooling Lecture note and reference books 2 Basic of metal cutting Lecture note and reference books 3 Machining system and requirement of cutting equipment in turning process, Lecture note and drilling, grinding, milling, punching,rolling and etc. reference books 4 Design of metal cutting tool for various process – equipment, geometry, Lecture note and processing method and tool holder. reference books 5 Jig and fixture – Design of jig and fixture for drilling, milling and other Lecture note and operation. reference books 6 Design of jig and fixture for certain components. Lecture note and reference books 7 Sheet metal pressing operation. Lecture note and reference books 8 Characteristic of tool in bending, shaping, extrusion, rolling, blanking and Lecture note and drawing. reference books 9 Press design Lecture note and reference books 10 Basic of bulk metal processing. Lecture note and reference books 11 Design of die for rolling, extrusion and forging Lecture note and reference books 12 Polymer and composite process Lecture note and reference books 13 Die design characterisatic and polymer and composite process Lecture note and reference books 14 Software learning for metal stamping and blanking design and equipment Lecture note and reference booksUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 175
  • 177. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEP 4303 (E) Course Title Total Quality Management Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes At the end of this course, students are able to: 1. To understand the importance and rationale of quality management in manufacturing, its fundamental dimensions, get insight into the evolution of TQM, knowing the different approaches of quality management. 2. To learn and utilize systematic problem-solving process, a variety of techniques for effective problem-solving. 3. To review the basic statistical concepts, learning how to apply analytical and graphical techniques, how to choose and apply different data distributions and interpret the information analyzed. 4. To recognize the concept of variation, knowing the relevant causes, applying various control charts and interpreting them to ascertain that a process is in control. 5. To apply the concepts of acceptance sampling, Failure mode and effect analysis, quality function deployment, fundamental concepts on maintainability and reliability. Transferable Skills Lectures, tutorial, lab, cooperative learning, individual study and assignment Synopsis of Course Contents This course is offered to make the students aware about the significance of quality and reliability in manufacturing and design engineering, and to provide them with the quantitative analyses and qualitative approaches pertinent to process quality. The main contents of the course are: importance and scope of TQM/QM; Evolution-QC, TQC, QA, TQM; fundamentals of statistics; problem analysis; QM tools & techniques –QC7, QM7 and advanced tools/techniques- Control charts for variables and attributes; acceptance sampling; Continuous improvement techniques; QM systems and ISO 9000/14000 series; Benchmarking; failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA); QFD; maintenance and reliability; TQM –benefits, scope and implementation technique, 7-P Practices; change of organizational cultural towards quality.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 176
  • 178. COURSE PRO FORMA Method of Delivery (lecture, Lectures, tutorial, Lab practices, case study tutorial, workshop, etc) Assignment Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment : 40 % Final Examination: 60 % Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment (group presentation and assignment and Performance class participants) will be given before the final exam. Grades will be given for the final examination. Criteria in Summative Assessment Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 177
  • 179. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KCEP 4303 (E)Course Title Total Quality ManagementCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s) thMain Reference 1. Introduction to Statistical Quality control, 5 ed, by Douglas C. Montgomery, John Wiley (2005) rd 2. Quality, 3 edition, by Donna C S Summers, Prentice Hall (2003) rd 3. Total Quality Management, 3 edition by Dale H. Besterfield et al, Prentice Hall (2003) 4. Total Quality Management: A Cross functional perspective, by Ashok Rao et el. John Wiley.Teaching Materials/ Equipment Discussion and problem solvingLearning Strategies Lectures, tutorial, lab, cooperative learning, individual study and assignmentStudent Learning Time Face to face: 46 Guided learning: 10 Independent learning: 60Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS4 and CS7 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3, CT4, CT5 and CT6 Team Work Skills: TS1 and TS3 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1Lecturer Associate Professor Dr. Shamsuddin AhmedRoom L6- 7, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79674455 / ahmed@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test: Week 5 and week 14 of the classes Examination: Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 178
  • 180. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment Introduction to the subject: Advantage and scope: keywords definitions : Total, Quality and Management: 9-dimensions of quality : principles of TQM and its Lecture note and 1 basics : Continuous Improvement (CI) vs, traditional orientation : Cost of low reference books quality: Quality and productivity TQC,TQM and QA, Zero Defect (ZD) and Crosby’s 14 steps for quality Lecture note and 2 management: ZD management : TQC system: The evolution for TQM : History reference books of quality : advantage of TQM; Quality responsibility :example of strategy Basic of statistics Lecture note and Definition of statistics , parts of statistics, type of data, level of measurements, reference books etc : Variables : types : characteristics ; measurement : accuracy : precision and error of measurement: sample and population: random data and selected 3 (biased) : data conclusions : Model presentations: raw data or not collected and collected data : steps in data collection and relevant calculations, graphical presentation: frequency graph ,bar charts, pie chart, histogram, Pareto chart, line graph etc. Tutorial I Basic tools for quality management Lecture note and 4 Problem solving tools, Cause and Effect graph, Pareto chart, check sheet and reference books check list, Scatter graph, Histogram, Control charts (Class test I) Control chart & capabilities analysis Lecture note and 5 Variable control charts reference books Control chart & capabilities analysis Lecture note and 6 Variable control charts Lab session I reference books Lecture note and 7 Attribute control charts reference books Lecture note and 8 Process capabilities, acceptance sampling, lot sizing reference books Lecture note and 9 AQL, AQL, AOQL, Continuous improvement (CI) : Lab Session II reference books Lecture note and 10 Advanced Quality Management Techniques reference books Lecture note and 11 Taguchi’s statistical method Tutorial II reference books Lecture note and 12 Benchmarking, FMEA, QFD reference books Lecture note and 13 Quality Management System: Quality Assurance, ISO 9000 standard, reference books Lecture note and 14 Maintenance & Reliability, TQM application Class Test II reference booksUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 179
  • 181. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEP 4305 (E) Course Title Precision Casting Technology Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 80 Credit Hours 2 Learning Outcomes At the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Describe of the principles of metal casting 2. Identify the measures to be applied to improve the precision of the castings. 3. Design the patterns, moulds and the castings keeping in view the production problems 4. Select a proper process for the attributes required in the castings. Transferable Skills Be able to synthesize and analyse Synopsis of Course Contents Principles of metal casting. Attributes of precision casting. Precision casting methods with expendable and non-expendable moulds. Melting and pouring of metals. Metallurgical and thermal analysis of castings and their heat treatment and inspection Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, tutorial and lab. tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment : 40 % Final Examination: 60 % Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment (group presentation and assignment and Performance class participants) will be given before the final exam. Grades will be given for the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 180
  • 182. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010/2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KCEP 4305 (E)Course Title Precision CastingCredit Hours 2Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/Minimum Requirement(s) NONEMain Reference 1. Clegg A.J. ‘Precision Casting Processes’, Pergamon Press, !st edition , 1991 2. Heine, R.W., Loper C.R. and Rosenthal P.C.’ Principles of Metal Casting’ TATA McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd., N Delhi, 1981 3. Ghosh A and Malik A.K.’ Manufacturing Science’ East-West Press (P) Ltd, N. Delhi, 1995, Dearborn, MI (1998)Teaching Materials/ Equipment Lecture note, projector and white boardLearning Strategies Lecture, tutorial and labStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 8 Independent learning: 40Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2 and CS3 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3 and CT4 Team Work Skills: TS1 and TS3 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1Lecturer Prof. Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed ChoudhuryRoom L6-14, Engineering TowerTelephone/e-mail 03-79675384 / imtiaz@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test: Refer to exam time table Examination: Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 181
  • 183. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction to precision technology, precision casting characteristic. Factors contribute to precision casting. Important of sand casting, parameter fix the Lecture note and reference books precision and sand sand casting. Pattern, mould, core, content of sand casting and additives, characteristic of sand. 2 Metal casting pronciple, design of mould and fabrication. Pattern and core and Lecture note and reference books mould. 3 Dry sand mould, high pressure casting, moluding machine, sprue design, Lecture note and reference books upper gate and lower gate. 4 Design and location of runner. Lecture note and reference books 5 Flaw of casting and industry casting design. Lecture note and reference books 6 Melting and casting. Lecture note and reference books 7 Cooling and solidification, ratio of cooling. Lecture note and reference books 8 Precision casting with one off mould, – Cooling process with organic and Lecture note and reference books inorganic binder, Plaster moulding process – processing steps, process variable, capability of process, advantages, disadvantages dan normal production in industry. 9 Rising pattern casting process and wax casting process-pattern material, Lecture note and reference books processing steps, process variables, process capability, advantages and disadvantages of normal product. 10 Precision casting process with permanent die, – gravitation casting and refined Lecture note and reference books casting. 11 Low pressure casting, high pressure casting. Injection casting. Lecture note and reference books 12 Melting of metallurgy on various metal and alloy in metal and sand mould. Lecture note and reference books 13 Effect on perfect casting. Lecture note and reference books 14 Heat treatment and inspection on casting. Lecture note and reference booksUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 182
  • 184. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEP 4307 (E) Course Title Surface Engineering Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 120 Credit Hours 3 Learning Outcomes At the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Identify the underlying principles of surface engineering 2. Use surface modification technology in engineering applications. 3. Explain the use of different surface characterization methods. 4. List practical methods to modify surface of engineering product. Transferable Skills Be able to synthesize and analyse Synopsis of Course Contents The concept of surface engineering technology will be introduced. Techniques of modifying engineering surfaces will be incorporated in the teaching. The method of various surface characterizations will be introduced. Various solutions for surface engineering will be explained to the students. Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, tutorial and laboratory. tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment : 40 % Final Examination: 60 % Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment (group presentation and assignment and Performance class participants) will be given before the final exam. Grades will be given for the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 183
  • 185. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KCEP 4307 (E)Course Title Surface EngineeringCredit Hours 3Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1) T.V Rajan, C.P. Sharma, “Heat Treatment : Principles and Techniques” Prentice Hall of India. 2004 2) Totten, George E. “Steel heat treatment : equipment and process design” 2nd ed. Taylor & Francis, 2007 3) E. Paul DeGarmo, J. T. Black, Ronald A. Kohser, “DeGarmos Materials and Processes in Manufacturing”,10th ed. Wiley, 2007 4) Arthur A. Tracton "Coatings Technology Handbook, Third Edition" Taylor & Francis, 2005 5) Angelo, PC,Subramanian, “Powder Metallurgy: Science, Technology and Applications” Prentice Hall of India, 2008Teaching Materials/ Equipment Power point, white board and lecture notesLearning Strategies Lecture, tutorial and laboratory.Student Learning Time Face to face: 42 Guided learning: 9 Self learning: 65Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS4 and CS7 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3, CT4, CT5 and CT6 Team Work Skills: TS1 and TS3 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1Lecturer Associate Professor Dr Mohd Hamdi Abd ShukorRoom RB 15, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03- 79675256 / hamdi@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 184
  • 186. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule : References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE / TUTORIAL / ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction to surface characteristics Lecture Notes and Reference books 2 Surface structure and properties Lecture Notes and Reference books 3 Surface modification Lecture Notes and Mechanical, thermal and chemical techniques Reference books 4 Surface coating Lecture Note and Reference Tutorial 1 books Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) Lecture Notes and 5 Magnetron sputtering Laboratory Sheet Lab 1 6 Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) Lecture Notes and Electron beam deposition, thermal resistance deposition Reference books 7 Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) Lecture Notes and Reference books Metal coatings Lecture Notes, Laboratory 8 Electroplating, electroless plating, metallizing plastics and ceramics Sheet Lab 2 9 Surface characterization techniques Lecture Notes and Surface mechanical properties Reference books 10 Adhesion strength analysis Lecture Notes and Tutorial 2 11 Morphological analysis Lecture Notes and Scanning Electron Microscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy Reference books 12 Structural analysis Lecture Notes and X-ray Diffraction Reference books 13 Elemental composition analysis Lecture Notes and Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy Reference books Chemical compound analysis Lecture Notes and 14 Fourier Transform Infra Red Spectroscopy Reference books Tutorial 3UM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 185
  • 187. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEP 4308 (E) Course Title Powder Metallurgy Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 80 Credit Hours 2 Learning Outcomes At the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Describe of the powder metallurgy process, 2. Identify the use of this process, wherever it is feasible and solve the problems related to metallurgy process. Transferable Skills Be able to synthesize and analyse Synopsis of Course Contents Fundamentals of powder metallurgy, process parameters, design of die and punch assembly, applications of the process to various products Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, tutorial and lab tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment : 40 % Final Examination: 60 % Methodologies for Feedback on Marks for continuous assessment (group presentation and assignment and Performance class participants) will be given before the final exam. Grades will be given for the final examination. Criteria in Summative Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Assessment Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook.UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 186
  • 188. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KCEC4308 (E)Course Title Powder MetallurgyCredit Hours 2Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. G.S. Upadhyaya, ’Powder Metallurgy Technology’, Cambridge International Science Publication, 2005 nd 2. Randal M.German, ’Powder Metallurgy Science’,2 edn., Metal Powder Industries Federation, USA, 1995 3. Henry H.Housner,’Hand book of Powder Metallurgy’, Chemical Publishing Company, N.Y, 1973Teaching Materials/ Equipment Lecture note, Projector, white boardLearning Strategies Lecture, tutorial and labStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 8 Independent learning: 40Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1, CS2 and CS3 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1, CT2, CT3 and CT4 Team Work Skills: TS1 and TS3 Life Long Learning and Information Management: LL1Lecturer Associate Professor Dr Mohd Hamdi Abd ShukorRoom RB 15, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03- 79675256 / hamdi@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 187
  • 189. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment 1 Introduction to powder metallurgy process, advantages and Lecture note and disadvantages, applications and powder production I references 2 Introduction to powder metallurgy process, advantages and Lecture note and disadvantages, applications and powder production-II references 3 Characterization and powder testing Lecture note and references 4 Powder mixing process, lubricant, mixing equaipment. Effect of mixing Lecture note and duration on uniformity. SEM analysis references 5 Microstructure control, coating, bonding and powder agglomerate. Lecture note and references 6 Powder compaction, die and punch fixing, press, compaction pressing, Lecture note and uni-action, bi-action and isostatic press, reduction of compaction pressure references during operation of die in uni-action and bi-action parameter relation- I. 7 Powder compaction, die and punch fixing, press, compaction pressing, Lecture note and uni-action, bi-action and isostatic press, reduction of compaction pressure references during operation of die in uni-action and bi-action parameter relation-II. 8 Die and punch assembly. Lecture note and references 9 Basic of sintering, theory, sintering in solid state, mutilevel sate of Lecture note and sintering, sintering in liquid phase, controlling factor in sintering, effect references compaction on sintering. 10 Effect on sintering on sintered materials, contraction and porosity. Lecture note and references 11 Densification process, basic process, advantages, alloying, basic Lecture note and mounting, mounting technique-hot and cold. references 12 Repeatable- pressing operation, machining, heat treatment, connection Lecture note and and surface traetment on powder metallurgy product. references 13 Characterization- microstrucutre, porosity, mechanical and application of Lecture note and powder metallurgy product.-I references 14 Characterization- microstrucutre, porosity, mechanical and application of Lecture note and powder metallurgy product.-II referencesUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 188
  • 190. COURSE PRO FORMAIMPORTANT:Contents of this Pro Forma should not be changed without the Senate’s approval. Amendments involvingnot more than 30% of the course content can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Engineering Department Engineering Design and Manufacture Programme Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Aided Design and Manufacture) Course Code KCEP 4309 (E) Course Title Electronics Course Pre-requisite(s)/ None Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT) 80 Credit Hours 2 Learning Outcomes At the end of this course, students are able to: 1. Identify the important of digital and analog system 2. Identify theory application in circuit design and problem solving 3. Interpret the practical of circuit design Transferable Skills Be able to apply, design, analyze, interpret, and synthesize Synopsis of Course Contents This course will introduce the students to various electronic devices in particular semiconductors, diode and transistor. They will also be exposed to digital systems and assembly language programming. Method of Delivery (lecture, Lecture, lab and tutorial tutorial, workshop, etc) Assessment Methods Continuous Assessment (Assignments + Class tests + Lab + PBL): 40% Final Examination: 60% Marks on continuous assessment are given from time to time until the beginning Methodologies for Feedback on of final examination. Final grades are given after the final examination. Performance Refer the University of Malaya (First Degree) Rules 2006 and University of Malaya (First Degree) Regulations 2006 handbook. Criteria in Summative AssessmentUM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 189
  • 191. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMAcademic Year 2010 / 2011Semester/Term 1/2Course Code KCEP 4309 (E)Course Title ElectronicsCredit Hours 2Medium of Instruction EnglishCourse Pre-requisite(s)/ NONEMinimum Requirement(s)Main Reference 1. Digital Systems. 2007. Prentice Hall 2. Electronic circuit and Design. 2005. McGraw HillTeaching Materials/ Equipment Lecture note and tutorial questionsLearning Strategies Lecture, lab and tutorialStudent Learning Time Face to face: 28 Guided learning: 8 Independent learning: 40Soft Skills Communication Skills: CS1 and CS2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills: CT1Lecturer Associate Professor Dr. Siti Zawiah Md DawalRoom RB 18, Block DTelephone/e-mail 03- 79675221 / sitizawiahmd@um.edu.myLecture Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueTutorial/Practical Session: Refer to department time tableDay/TimeVenueImportant Dates Test : Refer to exam time table Examination : Refer to exam time tableUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 190
  • 192. COURSE INFORMATION FOR CURRENT SEMESTER/TERMTeaching Schedule References/Teaching WEEK LECTURE/TUTORIAL/ASSIGNMENT TOPIC Materials/Equipment Introduction to Digital and Analogue Lecture note and reference 1 books Lecture note and reference 2 Number system books Lecture note and reference 3 Boolean Algebra books Lecture note and reference 4 Easy circuit books Lecture note and reference 5 Microcomputer MC6800 books Lecture note and reference 6 Machine language programming 1 books Lecture note and reference 7 Machine language programming 1 books Lecture note and reference 8 Introduction to diod-semiconductor books Lecture note and reference 9 Diod circuit books Lecture note and reference 10 Transistors books Lecture note and reference 11 Frequency response books Lecture note and reference 12 Basic electronic circuit books Lecture note and reference 13 Basic electronic circuit- application books Lecture note and reference 14 Basic electronic circuit- application and analysis booksUM-PT01-PK03-BR004(BI)-S03 191

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