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Teaching Plan

UNIVERSITI TEKNIKAL MALAYSIA MALAYSIA


FAKULTI KEJURUTERAAN MEKANIKAL

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING

BMCG 2513 SEMESTER 2 SESI 2016/2017

1.0 OBJECTIVES

The aim of this module is to introduce and familiarize the student to


the 3D solid modeling by using Computer Aided Design (CAD).
Students will be taught to build parametric models of parts and
assemblies and how to make drawings of those parts and assemblies.
Students will be guided to perform CAM coding such as G-code to
their design. The CAM simulation will also be exposed to the students
for better understanding in order to relates with the machines tool
paths by using the CAM coding system.

2.0 LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of this course, students should be able to:


LO1. Acquire and apply fundamental sketching and feature modeling,
build feature based models of parts and assemblies for easy
editing.
LO2. Produce document design intent of parts and assemblies in
manufacturing drawings.
LO3. Design and develop products effectively through the applications
of engineering design methodology.

3.0 SYNOPSIS

This course will empower the students with fundamental knowledge


and technical skills of 3D solid modeling skills using industry-proven
3D mechanical CAD software. The students will learn about the
different techniques for creating solid models and surface with
emphasis on design intent. The students will expose to the
introduction to CAM coding such as G-codes and its simulation in
order to generate tool paths that drive the machines which convert
the designs into physical parts . The course includes hands-on

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exercises and best practice methods for students to interpret
common error messages during part, assembly and drafting stages.

4.0 REFERENCES

1. Dassault Systeme, 2007, Solidworks Essential Part Assembly and


Drawing, France.
2. Dassault Systeme, 2006, CATIA: Part Design Fundamental, France.
3. Giesecke, F. E., Mitchell, A., Spencer, H. C., Hill, I. L., Dygdon, J. T.
and Novak, J. E., 2003, Technical Drawing, 12th Ed., Prentice Hall,
New York.
4. Jensen, C., and Helsel, J. D. 1996, Engineering Drawing And
Design, 5th Edition, Glencoe and McGraw Hill, New York.

5.0 COURSE CONDUCTS/IMPLEMENTATIONS

Students will learn this subject and practice producing engineering


drawing skills using either Solidworks or CATIA software in the
Computer Aided Design Studio. Students will be guided during these
hours by doing exercises and solving the given tutorials. Students will
also prepare the mini project in the lab during this period.

6.0 COURSE INSTRUCTIONS

Attendance is compulsory for lectures/tutorials and should be more


than 80% of the total contact hours.

7.0 NOTIONAL HOURS & COURSE EVALUATIONS

Student Percenta
No. LEARNING ACTIVITIES Learning ge
Time (SLT) (%)
Lectures
a. Attending lectures (2 hrs x 14 28
1. weeks) 28
b. Pre & post preparation (2 hrs x 14
weeks)
Tutorials
2. a. Attending tutorial (2 hrs x 14 28
weeks)
Laboratory
3.
NIL
4. PBL/Project
a. Preparation of product and report 16 32.5

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writing and presentation (2 hrs x 8
weeks)
Case Study
5.
NIL
Industrial Visit
6.
NIL
Assessments
a. Assignments (3 hrs) x 1 3 10
b. Quizzes (0.5 hr + 1 hr 3 10
preparation) x 2 12 40
7.
c. Test (3 hrs + 3 hrs preparation) x 2.5 7.5
2
d. Project (0.5 hr + 2 hrs
preparation) x 1
TOTAL HOURS 120.5
Subject Credit (120.5/40 = 3.0
3.0125)
TOTAL MARKS 100

8.0 COURSE EVALUATIONS

CRITERIA PERCENTAGE (%)


Course Works 100
Test (Practical 2 Tests) 20 + 30
Individual
Quiz (Theory 2
Assessments 5+5
Quizes)
Project Case Study
Group 5
proposal
Assessment
Final Report 25
Assignment
Assignment CAM 10
assesment
Total 100

9.0 COURSE CONTENTS

Week Section Contents Remarks


Entering sketcher
workbench.
3D Solid
Creating a positioned
1 modelling
sketch.
Fundamen
Simple profile.
tal
Pre defined profiles &
constraints.
2 3D Solid Introduction to part design
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Week Section Contents Remarks
modelling workbench.
Fundamen Sketch based features.
tal Basic part modelling.
Assembly modelling.
3D Solid
Adding component and
modelling
constraint.
Fundamen
Analyzing assembly.
tal
Exploded view.
3
Introduction to drawing
3D Solid sheet and view.
modelling Creating drawing view.
Fundamen Dimension and adding
tal annotation.
Bill of material.
Creating grooves, ribs and
slots.
Advance - Project
4 Using loft, sweep and
Part brief
revolve features.
Modelling
Advanced draft and
thickness features.
Fundamental to surface
Advance
5 design.
Part
Free form surface.
Modelling
Creating complex product.
Assembly design Quiz 1
6 Assembly fundamental
Design

7 TEST 1 Test 1

WEEK 8 MID-SEMESTER BREAK

Demonstrate the assembly


mechanism.
Large assembly.
Advance
Rendering tools. Project
Assembly
9 Create photo realistic Proposal
Modelling
images of the 3D cad Submissio
and
models. n
Rendering
Apply material to model.
Background image and
lighting options.
10 Sheet Fundamental of sheet metal
Metal design.
Forming tools.
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Week Section Contents Remarks
Flat pattern shape of the
sheet metal.
Conversion of parts to sheet
metal.
Introduction to G-Codes for
CAM.
The coordinate system.
11 G-Codes & Assignme
G-Codes & M-Codes
CAM nt
reference for milling.
Application of the coding
into programming.
12 Fundamental of CAM system.
CAM Quiz 2
Simulation on CAM.
13
CAM Simulation on CAM.
14 Test 2
TEST 2

15 Project Project submission

16 STUDY WEEK

17 FINAL EXAM WEEK

18 FINAL EXAM WEEK

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COURSE STAFFS

a. Lecture Session

Dr. Mohd. Basri Bin Ali


Tel : 06-2346900
2BMCG (S1&S3)
Room : Level 6, FKM, Kampus Teknologi
Email : basri@utem.edu.my

Masjuri Bin Musa @ Othman


Tel : 06-2346260
2BMCG (S2, S4
Room : Studio Komputer Umum, FKM, Kompleks
&S6)
Makmal Fasa B
Email : masjuri@utem.edu.my

En. Mohd Nazim bin Abdul Rahman


Tel : 06-234 6741
2BMCG (S5)
Room : (8/6/28) Level 5, FKM, Kampus Teknologi
Email : nazim@utem.edu.my

2BMCG (S7 & Wan Mohd Zailimi Bin Wan Abdullah


S8) Tel : 06-234 6601
Room : Level 6, FKM, Kampus Teknologi
Email : wzailimi@utem.edu.my

En. Kamarul bin Amir Mohamed


Tel : -06-234 6559
BMCG (S8)
Room : FTK, Kampus Teknologi
Email : kamarulamir@utem.edu.my

b. Assistant Engineer

Tel : 06-2333463
Room: Assistant Engineer Room (FKM Laboratory
SRBK 1&2
Complex, Fasa B)
Email : @utem.edu.my

SRBK 3 &4
Tel : 06-2332534
Room: Assistant Engineer Room (FKM Laboratory
Complex, Fasa B)
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Email : @utem.edu.my

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MATRIX OF LEARNING OUTCOMES (LO) VS FACULTY PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO)

P P P P
P P P P P P P P DELIVER ASSESSM
NO LEARNING OUTCOME 09 01 01 01
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 Y ENT
0 1 2

Acquire and apply fundamental


sketching and feature modeling,
LO1 Lecture Quiz
build feature based models of parts
and assemblies for easy editing.

Produce document design intent of


LO2 parts and assemblies in Lecture Test
manufacturing drawings.

Design and develop products


Assignme
effectively through the applications
LO3 Lecture nt &
of engineering design
Project
methodology.

PO1: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamental and an engineering specialisation
to the solution of complex mechanical engineering problems.
PO5: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including
prediction and modelling, to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.
PO9: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with engineering community and with society at
large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make
effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.
PO10: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and multi-disciplinary
settings.

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KPI: 50% from total number of student achieve 50% mark for each PO.
MATRIX LEARNING OUTCOMES VS SOFT SKILLS

LS - Leadership
CS - Communication Skill TS - Team Work Skill
Skill
NO LEARNING OUTCOME
CS CS CS CS CS CS CS TS TS TS TS TS LS LS LS LS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4

Acquire and apply fundamental


sketching and feature modeling, build
LO1
feature based models of parts and
assemblies for easy editing.

Produce document design intent of


LO2 parts and assemblies in
manufacturing drawings.

Design and develop products


LO3 effectively through the applications of
engineering design methodology.

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MATRIX LEARNING OUTCOMES VS TAXONOMY

COGNITIVE DOMAIN PSYCHOMOTOR DOMAIN AFFECTIVE DOMAIN

ResponseOvert
Comprehensio

Responding to

Internalizing
Organization
Receiving
Mechanism
Application

Origination
Knowledge

Adaptation
Evaluation

Perception

Phenomena
Phenomena
Synthesis

Guided
Analysis

Response

Valuing
Complex

Value
Set
NO LEARNING OUTCOME

n
C C C C C C P P P P P P P A A A A A
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5

Acquire and apply fundamental


LO sketching and feature modeling, build

1 feature based models of parts and
assemblies for easy editing.

Produce document design intent of


LO
parts and assemblies in manufacturing
2
drawings.

Design and develop products


LO
effectively through the applications of
3
engineering design methodology.

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