• Introduction to Engineering
    • School of Mechanical Engineering
    • Credit. 4
    • ME205
    • Enroll
    • WILL BEGIN
    • Fall , 2015
    • 5100
    • Course Description:
    • ( Exchange Programme )
    • After completing the course, students should:
      1. Understand the relationship between science and engineering
      2. Be able to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering
      3. Be aware of the role of multiple functions in engineering (e.g. design, finance, production).
      4. Be able to coordinate multiple, interdisciplinary tasks in order to achieve a 6. common objective.
      5. Be confident in their own abilities to
      a) Solve an open-ended problem
      b) Communicate as an professionals(engineer)
      6. Enhance team-working skills.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • Topics / Credit hours / Teaching methodology / Tasks / Intended learning outcomes / Assessment methods

      1. Course Introduction Science & Engineering / 4 Credit hours / Lecture / Conceptual formation for course project / Engineering fundamental / Quiz
      2. Science & Engineering / 2 Credit hours / Lecture / Conceptual formation for course project / Engineering fundamental / Quiz
      3. Engineering & Engineer / 2 Credit hours / Lecture & Project assignments / Proposal for the course project / Engineering fundamental / Quiz
      4. TechCom / 2Credit hours / Lecture / Proposal preparation / Technical Communication skills / Report
      5. Engineering & Engineer / 2 Credit hours / Lecture &Discussion on proposal writing / Proposal preparation/ Engineering fundamentals / Report
      6. Dream & Creativity / 2 Credit hours / Lecture &Discussion on proposal writing / Proposal preparation ,Submission / Engineering fundamentals / Report
      7. Dream & Creativity / 2 Credit hours / Lecture &Discussion on proposal writing , Submission deadline for proposals(Printed hard copy)/ Engineering fundamentals / Report
      8. How machine workMachine components / 2 Credit hours / Lecture / Presentation assignments
      (10-15 selected proposals will be presented in class after Holidays) / Engineering fundamentals / Report
      9. Project team forming / 2 Credit hours / Presentations of 10-15 selected proposal / Email Submission of PPT for proposals / Team working skills / Report
      10. Project team forming / 2 Credit hours / Presentations of 10-15 selected proposal / Email Submission of PPT for proposals / Team working skills / Report
      11. Factory work / 2 Credit hours / Visiting Lab / Conceptual Design for the project l / Engineering fundamentals / Report
      12. Machine components / 2 Credit hours / Lecture &Project discussion/ Lab work / Peer assessments for Conceptual Design in a Team / Engineering fundamentals / Quiz
      13. Machine components / 2 Credit hours / Lecture &Project discussion/ Lab work / Detailed design for the project / Engineering fundamentals / Quiz
      14. Machine components / 2 Credit hours / Lecture &Project discussion/ Lab work / Detailed design for the project / Engineering fundamentals / Quiz
      15. Manufacturing / 2Credit hours / Lecture &Project discussion/ Lab work / Part manufacturing/purchasing / Engineering fundamentals / Quiz
      16. Manufacturing / 2Credit hours / Lecture &Project discussion/ Lab work / Part manufacturing, purchasing / Engineering fundamentals / Quiz
      17 .Manufacturing / 2Credit hours / Lecture &Project discussion/ Lab work / Part manufacturing, purchasing / Engineering fundamentals / Quiz
      18. Manufacturing or Solid mechanics / 2 Credit hours / Lecture &Project discussion or Lab work / Prototype assembling / Engineering fundamentals / Quiz
      19. Materials & Engineering / 2 Credit hours / Lecture &Project discussion or Lab work / Prototype assembling / Engineering fundamentals / Quiz
      20. Engineering ethics / 2 Credit hours / Lecture &Project discussion or Lab work / Prototype assembling / Professional skills / Quiz
      21. Project report writing / 2 Credit hours / Lecture &Project discussion or Lab work / Prototype assembling / Technical Communication skills / Report
      22. Project report writing / 2 Credit hours / Lecture &Project discussion or Lab work / Prototype assembling / Technical Communication skills / Report
      23. Project report writing / 2 Credit hours / Lecture &Project discussion or Lab work / Prototype assembling / Technical Communication skills / Report
      24. Project report writing / 2 Credit hours / Lecture &Project discussion or Lab work / Prototype assembling / Technical Communication skills / Report
      25. Course review / 2 Credit hours / Lecture / Prototype assembling / Null / Null
      26. Project presentation / 2 Credit hours / Presentation / Prototype assembling / Technical Communication skills / PPT
      27. Project presentation / 2 Credit hours / Presentation / Prototype assembling / Technical Communication skills / PPT
      28. Project presentation / 2 Credit hours / Presentation / Project report submission deadline / Technical Communication skills / PPT
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  • Prerequisite Course:

  • Textbooks:

    Introduction to Engineering
  • Grading:

    10% / Attendance
    10% / Individual Proposal
    5% / Individual Presentation
    5% / Concept Generation
    5% / Detailed Design
    5% / Prototype making
    5% / Team presentation
    15% /Team report
    10% / Quiz 1
    10% / Quiz 2
    10% / Quiz 3
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