You are on page 1of 5

Chemical Engineering Programme, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS

CCB 1052 Engineering Drawings


Semester January 2012
Course Code:
Course Name:
Course status:
Pre-requisite:
Instructor 1:
Lecture:
Location:
Lab/Tutorial:
Location
Tutor:
Instructor 2:
Lecture:
Location:
Lab/Tutorial:
Location :
Tutor:

CCB 1052
Engineering Graphics/ Engineering Drawings
Core
None
Pn. Putri Nadzrul Faizura (04-03-30) ChE Group Course coordinator
Tel: 05-368 7590
Email: nadzru@petronas.com.my
Tuesday 10 am 12 pm (G1), Tuesday 1 pm 3 pm (G2)
Room 02-01-13 & 05-02-12
Wednesday 10 am 12 pm (G1), Thursday 9 am 11 am (G2)
Room 02-01-13 & 05-02-12
Mr Khoa Ta Dang & Ms Nor Diana Abd Wahab
En. Azizul b Buang (05-03-34) PE Group
Tel: 05 368 7627
Email: azizul.buang@petronas.com.my
Monday 2 pm 4 pm (G1), Monday 4 pm 6 pm (G2)
Room 02-01-13 & 05-02-12
Wednesday 8 am 10 am (G1), Friday 10 am 12 pm (G2)
Room 02-01-13 & 05-02-12
Mr Mohd. Zaki b. Zainal Abidin & Ms Raihan M Ramli

COURSE SYNOPSIS:
This course is aimed to familiarize students with graphics & drawing technology. Students are
expected to be able to explain the importance of engineering graphics as an engineer and be
able to equip themselves with specific software to produce assigned drawings. Apart from that,
students should be able to communicate and analyze process flow diagram (PFD) and process &
instrumentation diagram (PID) through drawing & writing. This course requires skills in drawing as
well as team effort to solve problems.
COURSE OUTCOME:
At the end of this course, students should be able to:
1. Explain the importance of engineering graphics and the basic drawing techniques
2. Produce mechanical and chemical engineering related drawings by applying knowledge on
related graphical software
3. Define and explain the process flow diagram (PFD) and process and instrumentation diagram
(PID)
4. Construct and analyze the PFD and PID using related graphical software
TEXT BOOK
1. Ralph Grabowski, The Illustrated AUTOCAD 2006 Quick Reference, Thomson Delmar Learning
2. Alan J Kalameja, The AutoCAD2004: Tutor for Engineering Graphics with AutoCAD 2005
UPDATE
3. Frederick E. Giesecke, Technical Drawing, 13th Edition, Pearson International Edition
4. Gary R. Bertoline, Fundamentals of Graphics Communication, 6th Edition, McGraw Hill
RULES, REGULATIONS & NOTES:
A. Lecture / Lab
1. Students are required to attend ALL lectures and labs, which have been allocated for them
earlier.
2. Students MUST BE PUNCTUAL to all lectures and tutorials.
3. Plagiarism in any form is forbidden. No marks will be given if students are caught cheating in
test and assignments.
Page 1 of 5

Chemical Engineering Programme, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS

4. Cell phones MUST BE SWITCHED OFF during classes.


5. Replacement for test will not be entertained in the case of absenteeism without solid
justification.
6. In case of lectures/labs fall on the public holiday, these will be replaced at suitable hours or
days.
7. Students will be provided with students manual for certain lectures. Please bring them along
during lab session.
8. Students are expected to download the lecture slides prior to lecture. All the materials are
available from e-learning.
COURSE EVALUATION
Project (3)
Lab assessment (4)
Assignment (2)
Test 1
Test 2
TOTAL
GRADING SCALE
Grade
Meaning
A
High Distinction
ADistinction
B+
High Credit
B
Credit
C+
High Pass
C
Pass
D+
Redeemable
D
Redeemable
F
Fail

35%
10%
15%
20%
20%
100%
Grade Points
4.00
3.75
3.50
3.00
2.50
2.00
1.50
1.00
0.00

Range
85.0 100
80.0 84.9
75.0 79.9
65.0 74.9
55.0 64.9
50.0 54.9
45.0 49.9
40.0 44.9
0.0 39.9

Page 2 of 5

CBB 1052 ENGINEERING


GRAPHICS/ CCB 1052
ENGINEERING DRAWINGS

COURSE OUTCOMES

Explain the importance


of engineering graphics
1
and the basic drawing
techniques

Produce mechanical and


chemical engineering
related drawings by
2
applying knowledge on
related graphical
software

3- Heavily emphasized
1 Attempt to emphasize
2

Define and explain the


process flow diagram
3 (PFD) and process and
instrumentation diagram
(PID)

Construct and analyze


the PFD and PID using
4
related graphical
software

3
Final Exams

Tests
Quizzes
Assignments
Homework
Reports
Oral Presentations

2
3

6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6
1
2 3 4 5 7 8

0
0

0
0

0 0 1

0
2
1
1

1 3 3

0 3 2

1 3 2

Page 3 of 5

Undertake independent study and engage in life long learning

Demonstrate the ability to work in team

Apply engineering and business knowledge in entrepreneurship.

individual and in a group with the capacity to be a leader or manager.Function and communicate efciently in a variety of professional context as an

profession.Demonstrate professional ethics, leadership capacity and moral values in their

of sustainable environment.Design process plants and improve performance by incorporating the concept

Lecture
Tutorial
Group Project
Laboratory work
Group Discussion
Computer based learning (Simulation)

engineering, process analysis and control and petroleum engineering)

Apply in-depth technical knowledge to analyze, interpret, evaluate and


improve system performance in one of the specialized areas (industrial
environmental engineering, process plant engineering, gas and petrochemical

formulation and solution.Apply physical, chemical and engineering principles for problem identifcation,

Chemical Engineering Programme, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS

Course Outcome Matrix:


PROGRAM OUTCOME
DELIVERY
MODE
ASSESSMENT

2 Moderately emphasized
0 Not emphasize

Chemical Engineering Programme, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS

Course Content
Week

Formative
Assessment

Remark

Chapter 2: Sketching & Drawing


1. Sketch Lines, Proportions & Curves
2. Introduction to Ortographic/Isometric
Drawing

Individual
assignment 1

In class
hands-on
exercise
during lab
hours

Chapter 3: Introduction to AutoCAD


1. AutoCAD layouts
2. Coordinates system (Absolute,
Relative, Polar)
3. Adding Text (Text, Dtext, Mtext)

Lab
assessment 1
to be
completed
during lab
session

Lab session
1

Content

Introduction to Engineering Graphics/


Drawings
1. Course structure
2. Course code
3. Issues PRISM and e-learning
registration

Chapter 1: Importance of Engineering


Drawings
1. Introduction
2. Scale, Unit, Dimension
3. CAD Drawings in Engineering
Graphics

Chapter 4: Basic Drawing Techniques


on AutoCAD
1. Snap, Grid, Ortho & Polar
2. Dimensioning
3. Lines
4. Polylines and Hatching
5.
Chapter 5: Geometric Drawings on
AutoCAD
1. Circles (2p, 3p, TTR)
2. Polygons
3. Array, Chamfer, Fillet, Mirror

TEST 1 : CBT
(Test arrangement will be announce in class)

Page 4 of 5

Lab
assessment 2
to be
completed
during lab
session

Lab
assessment 3
to be
completed
during lab
session

Lab session
2

Lab session
3

Chemical Engineering Programme, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS

10

11

Chapter 6: Geometric Drawing


(Machinery)
1. Drawing gears, pistons, valves etc
using AutoCAD tools

Lab session
4

Project 1:
Machinery
Drawing

Chapter 7: Introduction to 3DModelling


Chapter 8: Introduction to Standards in
Process Industries (British Standard)
1. Standard
2. British Standard in drawings
3. Block Diagram

Individual
assignment 2
developing
block diagram

Chapter 9: PFD & PID


1. Process Flow Diagram (PFD)
2. Process and Instrumentation
Diagram (PID)

Individual
assignment 3
developing
PFD from
block diagram

12

TEST 2: MCQ (PART A) & SUBJECTIVE


(PART B)

13

Project Week
Developing 3D drawing of engineering
equipment

14

Lab
assessment 4
to be
completed
during lab
session

Project Week
Developing PFD & PID of a process plant

Page 5 of 5

PROJECT 2

PROJECT 2

In class
hands-on