School of Computing and Engineering
Where to submit assignment reports:Electronically as a pdf file via UniLearn.
In submitting this assignment, students should be aware of the following:
The signature below confirms that you have read and understood the regulations concerning hand-in deadlines, penalties for late submission, plagiarism and extenuating circumstances procedures and that the work submitted is your own.
This assignment will NOT be marked unless the following section is fully completed
|Mechanical Design||NIM 2211||Q Xu|
|Automotive Design||NIM2207||K Kubiak|
|Detailed Design (individual)||50% OF MODULE|
|24 April 2015|
PERFORMANCE FEEDBACK: 15th May 2015 via Unilearn
Assessment Criteria % Weight Grade Overall Grade …………………………..
Summary Comments:(Please include comments on performance in relation to assessment criteria)
Detailed Design (individual project)
This is an individual project and you are expected to work on and develop further the initial group project from the concept to a detailed design project ready for workshop. The final report should contain documented decision-making process.
The detailed design project aims to teach design principles to students following varied disciplines such as automotive engineering, general engineering, environmental engineering, computer aided engineering, etc. A range of projects offered has been created to give the students a choice with respect to their particular discipline. Furthermore, elements of sustainable engineering have been included to introduce students to concepts of re-useable materials and energies.
This assignment allows you to demonstrate all of the outcomesof this module:
Working individually, you should build on the previous concept design and convert it into a workable detailed design. This assignment will include material selection, component selection, detailed drawings and assembly drawings. Presentation should be in the form of a standard professional report complete with assembly and detail drawings as required for issue to a workshop.
Note! You should use standard means of presenting drawings such as paper, Solid Works, however, each student is expected to complete as many drawing as he can (an assembly and a detail drawing ofmain detail drawings are required for minimum passing grade) preferably in Solid Works. This mark will be extracted and used as part of your 3D mark for the module. Please note that the marking scheme reflects the need for this means of engineering communication.
The Report, complete with any engineering drawings, parts lists and appendices will be submitted by uploading PDF files to Unilearn. As a minimum requirement for passing mark, at least five detailed drawings of key components of the design must be submitted by each student individually.
Files which are submittedMUST be a collection of PDF’s files packed as a single zip file. Submissions in any other format will NOT be marked.
Whenever a report is written the following sections should be included:
Front sheet (for administration purposes)
The word count limit for this assignment is 2000 to 3000 words. The report of at least 2000 word is expected and part exceeding 3000 words will not be marked. The word count will only include the words in your report (i.e. it will not include words in the model tree of the FEA models). Within the report the following items will be excluded from the word count:
Note that figure and table titles should be brief and should not include any information not already present in the main text.
Detailed Marking Scheme