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FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA


40450 SHAH ALAM SELANGOR DARUL EHSAN
03 5543 6248 03 5543 5160

PROGRAM COURSE COURSE CODE CREDIT HOURS LECTURER EMAIL ROOM :

BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (HONOURS) MECHANICAL (EM 220) : COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN : MEC435 : 3 : AHMAD FAIZ ZUBAIR : faizuber@gmail.com T1-A11-6A

COURSE FORMAT
The summary of the course format is as given below: Duration : Lecture Tutorial Practical/Lab : Part Course Status Prerequisite : 1 semester (14 weeks) : 2 hours / week : 0 hour/week 2 hours/week : 4 : Non Core MEC431

COURSE OUTCOMES
Upon completion this course, students should be able to: CO1 Relate the various aspects related to CAD, CAE & CAM [PO1, LO1] {C3}. CO2 Apply the techniques available in CAD, CAE and CAM in order to solve the engineering and manufacturing applications [PO2, LO2] {P4};[PO3, LO3, SS1}{C3}. CO3 Capable to demonstrate the competency of CAD,CAE and CAM in engineering applications.[PO4,LO4}{P4};{PO7,LO4,SS2]{P5}; [PO10,LO4,SS5]{P4}.

LECTURE SYLLABUS CONTENT


Week 1 Hours 1 hour Topics INTRODUCTION: Course Briefing: Syllabus, Methods of Instruction, Remark

Assessment (Course Work), Final Examination &


Grading. Topic 1: Introduction to CAD, CAE and CAM (3 hours) 1&2 3 hours Computer Aided Environment CAD Systems CAM Systems CAE Systems Topic 2: CAD Standards (4 hours) Graphical Kernel System Other Graphic Standards Exchange of data modeling Coordinate Systems Topic 3: The Design Process and the Role of CAD (4 hours) Design process Computer Application in Design, Analysis and manufacturing Digital mock-up and CAPP CIM and integration of the design and manufacturing processes. Mini Project Distribution Topic 4: Defining the Model and The Techniques for Geometric Modeling (4 hours) Solid Modeling System Wireframe modeling system Surface modeling system Hybrid modeling

3&4

3 hours

5&6

4 hours

7&8

4 hours

Theoretical Test1 (10%) 1 hour Topic 5: Modeling Functions (6 hours) Non-manifold modeling systems Managing parametric & non-parametric profile

9-11

4 hours

Laboratory Test (20%) 2 hours Topic 6: Mechanical Assembly Design (4 hours) Introduction to Mechanical Assembly design Assembly modeling Interference of position from mating condition Assembly Analysis I n industrial applications

12&13

4 hours

Theoretical Test2 (10%) 1 hour Mini Project Submission (30%)

14&15

Presentation (10%) 15 minutes each group

ASSESSMENTS

The overall assessment for the course will be as follows:

Lecture Class
Theoretical Tests 1 Theoretical Tests 1

: : : : : : : : : 10 % 10 % 10% 10 % 20 %

Laboratory
Laboratory Test 1 Laboratory Test 2 Laboratory Assignment 2 Sketches 2 Modelling Assembly : Drafting : Mini Project : Proposal : Report Drawing : Presentation : Total Marks :

5% : 15% 10% 100 % 10%

RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOK

1. Rao, P N, Tata, CAD/CAM Principles and Applications, McGraw Hill, 2002. References 1. Amirouche, FML, Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, Prentice Hall, 1993 2. Zeid, I, CAD/CAM: Theory and Practice, McGraw Hill, 1991. 3. Hans, B.K, T.Frederick, Computer Numerical Control, W. Glencoe/Mac., 1992. 4. CATIA Software Manual etc PROGRAM OUTCOMES PO
PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO1 0 PO1 1

Description
Ability to acquire and apply knowledge of engineering fundamentals Ability to communicate effectively, not only with engineers but also with the community at large Having in-depth technical competence in a specific engineering discipline Ability to undertake problem identification, formulation and solution creatively Ability to utilize a system approach to design and evaluate operational performance. Ability to function effectively as an individual and in a group with the capacity to be a leader or manager as well as an effective team member. Understanding of the social, cultural, global and environmental responsibilities and ethics of a professional engineer and the need for sustainable development. Recognizing the need to undertake lifelong learning, having entrepreneurship vision and processing/acquiring the capacity to do so. Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data. Ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams. Knowledgeable in contemporary issues.

MARKING SCHEME REFERENCE


4.00 A+ 4.00 3.67 A A80 89 75 79 2.00 1.67 C C50 54 47 49 90 100 2.33 C+ 55 59

3.33 3.00 2.67

B+ B B-

70 74 65 69 60 64

1.33 1.00 0.67 0.00

D+ D E F

44 46 40 43 30 39 0 29