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Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology SMJM 1013 Engineering Mathematics 1 PROJECT: APPLICATIONS OF

Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology

SMJM 1013

Engineering Mathematics 1

PROJECT:

APPLICATIONS OF MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS IN ENGINEERING

LECTURER(s):

1.

2.

Title

NAMES

IC NUMBER

MATRIC NO.

1.

   

2.

3.

4.

Date of submission:

Subject

Marks (9%)

1. Selection of Case Study (3%)

 

2. Sample calculations (3%)

 

3. References(3%)

 

TOTAL

 
Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology Group Assignment (9% of course marks). The purpose of this

Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology

Group Assignment (9% of course marks).

The purpose of this assignment is to allow you to relate the mathematical concepts that are covered in class to the real world engineering problems. You have to find a sample case study where the mathematical concepts are used effectively to solve an engineering problem. In your assignment, you must:

1. Identify one or more mathematical concepts of your interest.

2. State how these concepts are actually used in the case study you selected.

For example, you may choose the topic of complex numbers and the case study that you have selected might be related to how the concept is being used to calculate power dissipation of an element in a circuit involving alternating currents. If possible, include some sample calculations as to how the concepts are used in your case study. Include some computer simulations to validate your calculations (optional).

Marks for the assignment will be given based on the criteria explained in Table 2:

Table 2: Marking criteria

Subject

Marks criteria

%

1.

Selection of

3: Relevant case study and clear explanation with appropriate diagrams are provided. 1-2: Explanation is provided but still difficult to understand the case study presented or case study is not entirely relevant. 0: Answer difficult to read. Points are not clear. Plagiarism detected.

3

a relevant case study and clear explanation provided.

2.

Providing

3-4: Sample calculations are done excellently. Correct solution found. Solutions are validated. 1-2: Some errors found in the calculations. 0: No sample calculations. A lot of errors or plagiarism detected.

3

sample calculations and correct implementation of the chosen concepts.

3. Proper

3: Proper references are provided with correct citation methods used. 1-2: Too few references used. References are not cited properly. 0: No references provided. A lot of errors in citation or plagiarism detected.

3

references are

provided with

correct citation

methods used.

TOTAL

 

9

Submission

 

Your report must be typed and submitted by 6 December 2013.

WARNING: Plagiarized work will receive ZERO (0%).