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Table 3: Summary of Information on each course Lampiran 2.

1. Name of Course: Project Diploma Project 2


2. Course Code: MTK 8044
3. Names of academic staff: Mechanical and Production Engineering Technology
Department.
Welding Unit
Implement year: 2016
4. Rationale for the inclusion of the course in the programme:
The course is designed as a Final-Year Project where it consists of two phases, i.e.
engineering project in metal fabrication and welding Project I and engineering project in
metal fabrication and welding II.
5. Semester and Year offered: Year 2 Semester IV
6. Total Student Learning Time (SLT):
Total Hours/
Category of Activities Learning Activity
Semester
Lecture 11
Guided learning Tutorial/Practical 84
Student centered learning activities 3
Preparation for
45
assignments/projects
Self learning 11
Independent study/revision
Preparation for assessment 3
Continuous assessments 3
Formal assessments
Final examination sitting 0
Total SLT 160

7. Credit Value: 4 credits


8. Prerequisite (if any): None
9. Course Learning Outcomes (CLO):
CLO1 Sketch design drawing according to design (C3,PLO 5 )
CLO2 Construct fabrication project according to requirement (P5, PLO 4)
CLO3 Present completed fabrication project site according requirement (A2, PLO 3)

10. Transferable Skills (Skills and how they are developed and assessed, project and practical
experience and internship):

PLO3 Critical thinking and problem solving skills are enhanced and assessed through
guided group project.

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11. Teaching-learning and assessment strategies:

CLO Method of delivery Method of KPI


assessment
CLO1 Sketch design drawing
Lectures & Project & Practical Marks 50%
according to design
Practical Examination and above
(C3,PLO 5 )
CLO2 Construct fabrication project Lectures & Student Quizzes,
Marks 50%
according to requirement Centered Learning Assignments, Test
and above
(P5, PLO 4) Activities and Final Examination
CLO3 Present completed
fabrication project site Marks 50%
Guided Project Project
according requirement and above
(A2, PLO 3)

12. Course Synopsis:


This course identifies the competence required to produce a metal fabrication and welding
engineering project that uses carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminium or combination of
all the materials mentioned. The project will be fabricated and welded using SMAW, GTAW,
GMAW or FCAW process.
13. Mode of Delivery (e.g. Lecture, Tutorial, Workshop, Seminar etc):
Student Centred Learning and Guided Project

14. Assessment Methods and Types:


Report and Presentation of Community Project Construction

15. Mapping of the course to the Programme Educational Objectives (PEO):

PEO1 PEO2 PEO3 PEO4


X X

16. Mapping of the course to the Programme Learning Outcomes (PLO):

PLO1 PLO2 PLO3 PLO4 PLO5 PLO6 PLO7 PLO8 PLO9


X X X

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17. Content outline of the course and the SLT (lecture hours) per topic:

Week Topic SLT (hrs)


Theory Practical
1-14 1.0 Metal Fabrication And Welding Engineering Project
1.1 Sketch design drawing
1.1.1 Choose any fabrication and welding
engineering project to be fabricated
1.1.2 Sketch design drawing on a piece of white
paper. For dimensional designs, use
cardboard

1.2 Draw designs drawing taking into account of code


requirement
1.2.1 Prepare shop drawings based on design
drawing after considering code
requirement and permissible clearances for
the desired design
1.2.2 Produce a model of the design
1.2.3 Analyse design and overcome problems
before fabrication

1.3 Generate bill of quantity and material requirement


1.3.1 Prepare Bill of quantity and material
requirement and arranged accordingly

1.4 List equipments, tools and machinery required 14 84


1.4.1 List equipments, tools and machinery
required for the fabrication project

1.5 Prepare proper storage and umbering scheme


1.5.1 Prepare a list of storage ands numbering
procedure

1.6 Materials cut to required sizes


1.6.1 Cut material to required sizes and
dimension

1.7 Assemble and fit materials parts/ members


1.7.1 Assemblet parts/ member to desired built
up shape and checks for correct
dimensioning according to design

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1.8 Weld joints/ connection
1.7.1 Weld joints/ connection using SMAW,
GMAW, GTAW and FCAW welding
processes.

1.9 Conduct test on welded connections


1.9.1 Conduct various tests on welded
connections ( DPT ,UT,
Radiography etc )

1.10 Fabricaton project sent for sandblasting, priming


coat, paint etc
1.10.1 Sent fabrication project for sandblasting,
priming coat, paint applications.

1.11 Deliver completed Fabrication project o site


according requirement
1.11.1 Deliver completed fabrication project for
erection and commissioning according to
requirement
1.11.2 Practise safety precaution in accordance to
OSHA.

TOTAL 14 84

18. Main and additional references supporting the course:

1. MODERN WELDING
Author : Andrew D. Althouse, Carl H.Turnquist, William A. Bowditch, Kevin E. Bowditch, Mark
A.Bowditch
2. AUDEL WELDING POCKET REFERENCE
Author : James E Brumbach, Rex Miller
3. HOW TO WELD (MOTOR BOOKS WORKSHOP
Author : Todd Bridqum
4. READY, SET, WELD ! BEGINNER-FRIENDLY
PROJECTS FOR THE HOME & GARDEN
Author : Kimberli Matin
5. WELDING COMPLETE : TECHNIQUES, PROJECT PLANS & INSTRUCTION
Author : Editors of CPi

19. Other additional information: -