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Unit Code: MCD644

Unit Name: Mechanical Project

Description: Engineering technologists are expected to apply fundamental knowledge in designing \"real-life\" engineering problems from local industries. In this course, you will use several previous and concurrent methods and learn how to select and define a technical project, find design solutions for the problem and then prepare and present your technical solutions to the industrial client. You are also required to construct and fabricate the project\'s model or real-life working mechanisms applying the workshop practice techniques and design criteria solutions.

Learning Target Outcomes: On successful completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Apply existing knowledge and skills to a specified engineering project. 2. Demonstrable work-related goals through teamwork and group participation. 3. Demonstrate the specification of a product in appropriate detail and uses relevant communication skills to illustrate outline details 4. Apply suitable presentation material to explain the technical solution of a portion of a group project. 5. Distinguish as a member of a team the responsibilities for the production of work schedules and specify appropriate planning and control techniques. 6. Convey a formal presentation concerning the project using a range of techniques to justify a technical proposal 7. Illustrate a substantial and well-organised engineering report at a relevant technical level.

Prerequisite: MER

Prerequisite Sentence: N/A

Credit Point: 12

Offered In: Semester 2