Year
2020
Units
0
Contact
1 x 30-minute lecture per semester
1 x 420-minute workshop-1 per semester
1 x 420-minute workshop-2 per semester
1 x 420-minute workshop-3 per semester
1 x 420-minute workshop-4 per semester
1 x 30-minute field trip per semester
Prerequisites
1 Admission into BENGSC-Bachelor of Engineering Science
1a Admission into BENGMC-Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)
1b Admission into BENGMCH-Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) (Honours)
1c Admission into BENGMCHMEB-B Engineering (Mechanical) (Honours), M Engineering (Biomedical)
1d Admission into BENGNAH-Bachelor of Engineering (Naval Architecture) (Honours)
1e Admission into BENGMRH-Bachelor of Engineering (Maritime) (Honours)
1f Admission into BENGTAMDD-Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Advanced Manufacturing and Digital Design)
1g Admission into BENGRH-Bachelor of Engineering (Robotics) (Honours)
1h Admission into BDT-Bachelor of Design and Technology
1i Admission into BDTI-Bachelor of Design and Technology Innovation
Must Satisfy: ((1 or 1a or 1b or 1c or 1d or 1e or 1f or 1g or 1h or 1i))
Topic description
The topic covers exposure and practice in common mechanical and materials techniques including occupational health and safety, heat treatment, gas metal arc welding, manual metal arc welding, fabrication techniques, gas tungsten arc welding, machining techniques, marking off and hand tools.
Educational aims
To give students an understanding of, practice in and an understanding of the safety requirements of common mechanical engineering techniques.
Expected learning outcomes
At the completion of this topic, students are expected to be able to have received traning on OH&S and practical skills essential to being a mechanical engineer, specifically heat treatment, gas metal arc welding, manual metal arc welding, fabrication techniques, gas tungsten arc welding, machining techniques, marking off and hand tools.