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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

POLYTHECNIC OF SULTAN ABDUL HALIM


MUADZAM SHAH
COURSE OUTLINE
SESSION 2014/15 SEMESTER DISEMBER
DEPARTMENT:

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

COURSES / CODE:

ENGINEERING DESIGN /JJ513

INSTRUCTIONAL DURATION: 15 WEEKS


CREDIT(S):
PREREQUISITE(s):
LECTURER:

3
NONE
NORMAH CHE MAN

SYNOPSIS:
ENGINEERING DESIGN provides knowledge on basic engineering design. It
emphasizes mathematical analysis for simple component design in engineering
such as key, pin joint, bolt, nut and welding. It also provides knowledge on gear
design and selection of bearing.
LEARNING OUTCOMES: By the end of the course, students should be able to:
No
.

Course Learning
Outcome
(CLO)

Programme
Learning
Outcome(s)

Learning
Domains

Explain the basic concept


of design process of
engineering product or
component.

PLO1

LD1-C2

PLO4

LD4-C5

PLO3
&
PLO4

LD3-A4
&
LD4-A4

Design the simple


engineering components
using mathematical
analysis method
according to safe load
limitation.
Relate the basic concept
and principle to solve the
problems in of
engineering design.

Learning and Teaching Activity


Face to
Non Face
Face
to Face

Lecture
Assessm
ent

Coursework
Assessment
Preparation and
Review

STUDENT LEARNING TIME:

Face to Face

Non-Face to Face

Teaching and Learning


Activities
Lecture
Lecture-hour-assessment :
Test
Quiz
Discussion
Coursework Assessment:
Mini Project
Preparation and Review:
Lecture
Practical
Assessment
Total

Student Learning
Time(Hours)
45

15
45
15
5
125

WEEKLY SCHEDULE:
WEEK
WEEK 2

WEEK 3

WEEK 4
WEEK 5
WEEK 6
WEEK 7
WEEK 8
WEEK 9
WEEK 10
WEEK 11
WEEK 12

CONTENT
1.0 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
DESIGN
1.1Understand the engineering design.
1.2Understand the designing process.
1.3Explain the design consideration.
1.4Explain the ergonomic factors inside
design.
1.5Write the specification in design.
1.6Explain the importance of material
selection in design.
2.0 STRESS ANALYSIS
2.1 Describe the direct stresses.
2.2 Explain the deformation under direct
axial loading.
2.3 Describe the shear stress.
2.3 Describe the shear stress.
3.0 DESIGN OF MECHANICAL JOINT
3.1 Understand the Key Design.
3.2 Understand the design of pin joint, bolt
and nut
joint.
3.2 Understand the design of pin joint, bolt
and nut
joint.
3.3 Understand the welded joints design.
4.0 GEAR
4.1 Explain the kinematics of gears.

ASSESSMENT

Discussion Report 1

Quiz 1
Mini Project/Case study
Test 1

Quiz 2

WEEK 13

4.2 Understand the design of spur gear.


4.2 Understand the design of spur gear.
5.0 BEARING
5.1 Explain the rolling contact bearings.
5.2 Explain the design life bearing.

WEEK 14
WEEK 15

WEEK 16

Mini Project/Case Study


Submission &
Presentation

5.3 Explain the procedure of bearing


selection.

EVALUATION:
No.
1
2
3
4

Discussion Report 2

Assessment

Test
Quiz
Discussion Report
Case Study

Number
2
2
2
1
TOTAL

Test 2

Total
(%)
30
20
20
30
100

REFERENCES:
Autodesk(2007), Autodesk Inventor Professional 2008, USA.
B.Hawkes, R.Abinett.(1984). The Engineering Design Process.England: Longman.
Cheng, Ron K.C. (2010), Using Autodesk Inventor 6, Thompson Delmar Learning
Mohamad Kassim Abdul Jalil. (2000). Proses dan Kaedah Rekabentuk. Penerbit
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Randy H. Shih (2010), An Introduction to Autodesk Inventor 2011 and Auto CAD
2011. SDC Publications
Robert L.Mott. (2006). Machine Element in Mechanical Design (4th Edition).
Singapore: Pearson Prentice Hall.
Shigley, J.E & Mischke, C.R. (2003). Mechanical Engineering Design (6th Metric
Edition). New York: McGraw-Hill
Ullman, D.G. (2003). The Mechanical Design Process (3rd Ed). New York: McGrawHill.
Yousef Haik. (2003). Engineering Design Process. USA: Prentice Hall.

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J/K OBE JJ513

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