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TABLE OF CONTENT

PART TITLE

PAGE

TABLE OF CONTENT

INTRODUCTION

1.1

Introduction

1.2

Objective

1.3

Credit and duration

1.4

Scope of projects

1.5

Title selection

1.5.1 Project proposed by lecturer

1.5.2 Project proposed by student

METHOD OF ASSESSMENT

2.1

Project assessment

2.1.1 Logbook and peer assessment

2.1.2 Presentation

2.1.3 Report

RESPONSIBILITIES

3.1

Students responsibilities

3.2

Supervisors Responsibilities

3.3

FYP Coordinators Responsibilities

3.4

FYP Committees Responsibilities

FORMAT OF THE REPORT

4.1

Forms and Conditions of the Report

4.2

Language

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4.3

Front page

4.4

Typing

4.4.1 Margins

4.4.2 Numbering the chapter and sub-section

4.4.3 Spacing and format

4.5

Length of FYP Report

4.6

Binding

4.6.1 Front cover

4.6.2 Spine

4.6.3 Cover color and Writing

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General outline

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4.7.1 The preliminary pages or front matter

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4.7.2 The text or main body

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4.7.3 References, bibliography and appendices

11

Page arrangement and numbering

11

4.8.1 Pagination

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Footnotes, Endnotes, or Text Notes

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4.7

4.8

4.9

APPENDICES

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APPENDIX A-U

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PART 1
INTRODUCTION

1.1 Introduction

Final Year Project (FYP) is a requirement for students to be awarded Diploma/Bachelor


degree by University of Kuala Lumpur. The project will be carried out during the final year
and students will either work preferably by individual or in a team of maximum 2 or 3
students (may only applicable for diploma students only, but these circumstances will be
allowed based on permission given by the UniKL MIMET FYP Board Committee) under the
supervision of respective department academic members. At the end of the project, each
student is required to submit a report and present his/her work to a panel of examiners.

1.2 Objective

The aim of FYP is to provide the opportunity for students to apply and integrate theoretical
knowledge and principles, taught in the course, in solving technical problems. It also provides
the opportunity for the students to demonstrate independence and originality, as well as to
plan and organize a project over a certain period of time. Throughout this course, students
should also be able to:

a. Document all findings and problems encountered during the implementation.


b. Apply practical hands-on techniques in process, quality control and related analysis in
their specialized program.
c. Demonstrate the procedures and methods of project implementation.
d. Execute the sequence in various steps required to produce / manufacture / test / solve /
improve real life industrial projects problems.
e. Analyze findings and results of the project.
f. Produce a technical report and make a presentation.

1.3 Credit and duration

The whole project carries 6 and 10 credits for diploma and bachelor degree respectively.
Students will select or propose the title of the project at the early of Semester 6 (for Diploma)
and 7 (for bachelor degree).

For bachelor degree level of supervision, the supervisor will get 1 credit for each title
supervised. But the maximum credit of 4 will be given regardless the number of the project
supervised if exceed 4 titles.

For diploma level of supervision, the supervisor will get 1 credit for each title supervised.
Similarly to the bachelor degree, the supervisor will get 4 credits regardless the number
project supervised if exceed 4 titles

1.4 Scope of projects

Projects should be sufficiently challenging to allow the students to demonstrate a variety of


skills, including the ability to plan their work, perform the necessary research, manage their
time and resources adequately, work independently, show initiative, analytical thinking and
originality and present their work orally and in writing. Projects can be as follows:

a. laboratory experimentation
b. build and test
c. analytical work
d. numerical simulations
e. Industrial based projects

The university always encourages projects which are related to industrial problems to give
students experience of the actual problems faced in the industry.

1.5 Title selection

The projects title may be proposed by the department academic members or students may
also propose a project of their own interest.
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1.5.1

Project proposed by lecturer.

The title will be published by the Project Coordinator at the end of Semester 4 (for Diploma)
and 6 (for Bachelor Degree). Students will be able to choose a project which they are
interested in by filling in appropriate forms and consult appropriate department academic
member.

1.5.2

Project proposed by student.

Students should approach the department member/s who will be able to supervise their
project.

PART 2
METHOD OF ASSESSMENT

2.1 Project assessment

Students will be assessed based on their performance during implementing the project.
Students are expected to meet the supervisor and discuss the project work every week. The
assessment scheme is divided into three (3) elements:

2.1.1

Logbook (30%) and Peer Assessment (5%)

Logbook, (35% if work individually) Log Book is a complete note regarding the progress of
the project work. Comments and actions taken and to be taken should be recorded and
endorsed by students and supervisors. For a group project, each student will be assessed by
his group members based on:

a. Contribution of ideas
b. Contribution towards work
c. Ability to meet deadlines
d. Communication with group members

2.1.2

Presentation, 30%

The evaluation is done on individual basis. It will be assessed by Project Supervisor and
Invited Assessor. The overall mark obtained by students is the average of marks given by
Supervisor and Invited Assessor. The assessment is divided into two (2) parts:

a. Part 1 Presentation Skill (15%)


The evaluation will be based on the use of aids, presentation structure, skills and
ability to answer questions.

b. Part 2 -Contents of presentation (15%)


The evaluation will be based on Project statement, literature review, relevant
procedure, results and findings, analysis and conclusion.

2.1.3

Report (35%)

The assessment is carried out on individual basis. It will be assessed by Project Supervisor.
The assessment is divided into three (3) parts:

a. Part 1 -Extent of work (10%)


The evaluation will be based on the appropriateness of literature review, full
descriptions of project, understanding of topic and its significance to specialized field.

b. Part 2 -Quality of work (15%)


The evaluation will be based on clear definition and description of objectives, relevant
concepts and findings, relevant arguments, own thoughts and interpretations.

c. Part 3 -Quality of Presentation (10%)


The evaluation will be based on the organization of report, appropriate format,
figures/tables/diagrams are clear, good use of grammar and expression, as well as
correct spelling.

PART 3
RESPONSIBILITIES

3.1

Students responsibilities

Once a project has been assigned to the students, it will be the students responsibility to
consult the supervisor in order to ensure that they understand the objectives of the project,
expectations from the project, the deliverables as well as the budget limitations. The students
should then plan their work (Gantt Chart or equivalent) to be used as a basis to monitor their
progress. Students are strongly advised to set up weekly or regular meetings with their
supervisor to seek advice and to review the progress of their project.

3.2

Supervisors Responsibilities

The supervisor will set the requirements of the project and the students will have to meet the
requirements. The supervisor will guide the students in the project; as well as recommend
approaches, techniques and methods appropriate to achieve the projects objectives.

3.3

FYP Coordinators Responsibilities

The FYP Coordinator will be responsible to ensure the implementation of FYP. The
coordinator will collect and organize the suggested project titles, publish as well as assign
project titles to the students upon approval from the FYP Committee. The Coordinator will
also organize the presentation sessions, collect evaluation forms from supervisors and
examiners, and work out the final grades.

3.4

FYP Committees Responsibilities

Members of the committee are the lecturers who will supervise the FY Projects. They will
have to approve the titles proposed by all members before being published to students. They
will also approve the final marks after presentations.

PART 4
FORMAT OF THE REPORT

4.1

Forms and Conditions of the Report

The report must be printed on white simile 80 gram high quality A4 size papers (210 297
mm). Printing must appear on only one side of each sheet unless such illustrations as charts,
drawings or photographs need to be printed on facing pages for clarity. Computers or word
processors are recommended for report writing.

4.2

Language

Report shall be written in English language only due to the technical aspects and terminology
used for the project.

4.3

Front page

Title of project, name of student, and Universiti Kuala Lumpur on the front page shall be
typed in bold capital letters. The font size shall be in 16. The above information shall be
typed at centerline.

4.4

Typing

The entire text of the report, headings, and page numbers must be typed using word
processor, font type Times New Roman with font size 12. Only scientific names and terms in
different languages could be scripted or italicized.

The spacing should be 1.5 lines spacing and the text must be printed on one side only. The
size of footnotes and text in Tables or Figures should be two (2) points smaller than the text.
Headings should be typed using capital letters and centred. This heading should bold and not
to be underlined. A new chapter must start on a new page.

4.4.1

Margins

The margins are meant to facilitate binding and trimming. A new paragraph at the bottom of
a page must have at least full lines of type or else it should begin on the next page.

Top edge

: 25 mm
:

4.4.2

50 mm (for first page of new chapters, all


preliminary pages & reference page)

Right side

: 25 mm

Left side

: 40 mm

Bottom edge

: 25 mm

Numbering the chapter and sub-section

Chapters and their sub-sections must be given titles. The titles should be typed using bold
letters and should not be underlined. All chapters and their sub-sections must be labelled and
numbered such as Chapter 1, Chapter 2, and so on. The sub-sections should be arranged in a
structured manner not more than four levels as follows:

First level (Title of the chapter)

3.1

Second level (Title of the sub-section)

3.1.1 Third level (Title of the sub-sub-section)


3.1.1.1 Fourth level (Title of the sub-sub-sub-section)

4.4.3

Spacing and format

The following standards should be followed:

a. The spacing should be 2.5 cm between the top margin and the chapter number.
b. Four (4) lines spacing between the chapter number and the title, and between the title
and the first line of a text.
c. Four (4) lines spacing between the last line of a text with the title of a subsection.
d. Two (2) lines spacing between the title of a sub-section and the first line of a text.
e. Two (2) lines spacing between paragraphs.
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f. The number and the title of sub-section should be aligned with the left margin.
g. The first line of a paragraph should be indented by 1.27 cm (0.5 inch) from the left
margin.
h. A new paragraph should not begin on the last line of a page.
i. Two (2) lines spacing between the last line of a text and a table, or a figure or an
illustration.
j. Two (2) characters spacing should be applied after a full stop.
k. One (1) character spacing should be applied after a comma (,).

4.5

Length of FYP Report

The recommended length of report for each level should be as follows:

a. Diploma should be about 50 pages.


b. Bachelor Degree should be about 100 pages.

These limits include tables, figures and other illustrations in the text but do not include
appendices.

4.6

Binding

When the report has been completed and all necessary signatures obtained, it shall be
properly bound. All reports must be bound in hard cover with stamped bold capital letters
with font size 18, Arial.

4.6.1

Front cover

The front cover should be written with the title of the thesis, the students name and
Universiti Kuala Lumpur using capital letters.

4.6.2

Spine

The format should be as follows:

a. For individual project:


On the spine should be written the students name, the programs name, the year the
thesis is and UniKL.

b. For group Project:


On the spine should be written the students name, programs name, the year the
report is approved and UniKL.

4.6.3

Cover color and Writing

A report submitted must be permanently bound. A Buckram type cover must be used and
written with golden ink for the lettering. The size of the letters should be 16. All words must
be in capital letters. The cover colours and their codes should be as Table 4.1:

Table 4.1 Program and color coding

NO
1

PROGRAM

COLOR

CODE*

DIPLOMA ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY IN

BLUE

2620

RED

2625

GREEN

2630

SHIP CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE


2

DIPLOMA ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY IN


SHIP DESIGN

DIPLOMA ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY IN


MARINE ENGINEERING

DIPLOMA ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY IN

YELLOW 2629

MARINE ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONICS


5

BACHELOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY IN

ORANGE 2628

NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND SHIPBUILDING


6

BACHELOR IN MARITIME OPERATION

BROWN

2626

*This color code is based on ACROLIN-VERONA. Please use this colour code when ordering binding
at the vendor.

4.7

General Outline

Generally a report is composed of three (3) main parts:


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4.7.1

The preliminary pages or front matter

This includes the title, declaration, approval, copyright, dedication, acknowledgement, table
of contents, list of tables, list of figures and abstracts.

4.7.2

The text or main body

Usually consists of chapters with a number of headings and subheadings.

4.7.3

References, bibliography and appendices

References mean a list of works cited from published books, public document, journals,
articles, thesis, magazines, films, videos, slides, maps, unpublished materials and electronic
materials including websites. A bibliography or reference must be appended to the report. It
must list all references that you consulted. Either the format APA or MLA should be used.
Any of these formats is acceptable, but consistency throughout the report is required.

Appendices, including nomenclature for specialized notation, must be useful and must be
referred to in the text. It consists of supplementary illustrative materials, original data and
equations as well as quotations too long for inclusion in the text or not immediately useful to
an understanding of the subject. It provides the reader with detailed information that would
be distracting to read if put in the text.

4.8

Page arrangement and numbering

Generally a report is composed of the following parts as shown in Table 4.2:

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Table 4.2 Page Arrangement

SEQUENCE
-

SUBJECT
Blank paper

1.1

Status of Report

1.2

Status classification

STATUS

APPENDIX

REMARKS

Compulsory

No page number

Optional

Classified as

of report

confidential/
restricted

1.3

Supervisors

Compulsory

No page number

Optional

No page number

Compulsory

No page number but

declaration
1.4

Cooperation
acknowledgement*

Title page

counted as (i). Do
not use BOLD
letters.
3

Students

Compulsory

Page numbered

Declaration of

using

originality

small Roman
numeral

Dedication*

Compulsory

Page numbered
using
small Roman
numeral

Acknowledgements*

Compulsory

Page numbered
using
small Roman
numeral

Abstract

Compulsory

Page numbered
using
small Roman
numeral

Table of Contents

Compulsory

Page numbered
using

12

small Roman
numeral
8

List of Tables

Compulsory

(if any)

Page numbered
using
small Roman
numeral

List of Figures

Compulsory

(if any)

Page numbered
using
small Roman
numeral

10

List of
Symbols/

Compulsory

(if any)

Page numbered
using

Abbreviations/

small Roman

Notation/

numeral

Terminology
11

List of
Appendices

Compulsory

(if any)

Page numbered
using
small Roman
numeral (if any)

12

Text

Compulsory

O,P

Page numbered
using
Arabic numerals
starting
with page 1

12

References

Compulsory

S,T

Page numbered
using
Arabic numerals
continue
from the text

13

Appendices

Compulsory
(if any)

Page numbered
using
Arabic numerals
continue
13

from the text,


references and
bibliography (if
any)
-

Blank paper

*Any cooperation outside agencies in carrying out the research project that lead to the submission of
the report must be acknowledged/ declared.

4.8.1

Pagination

Use lowercase Roman numerals to number the introductory pages (title page,
acknowledgements, dedication, etc.) with the title page bearing no number but included in the
sequence. A Table of Contents is required, and on it shall be listed all preliminary pages,
chapter headings, bibliography and appendices (if any). Placement of page numbers must be
at the top right hand corner, 1.25 cm from the top edge and 2.5 cm from the right edge.
Numbering should be as follows:

(i)

Use small letter Roman numeric (i, ii, iii, etc.) starting from the title page and
Arabic numeric (1, 2, 3, etc.) for the texts.

(ii)

The first page should be the title page and counted as but should not be
printed on page. Similar to the first page of the text. It should be counted as
1 but not be printed. This also should be applied to the first page of all
chapters.

(iii)

If involves a number of parts, separating pages can be inserted without


counted.

4.9

Footnotes, Endnotes, or Text Notes

Any of these formats is acceptable, but consistency throughout the report is required.
Numbering of either footnotes or endnotes shall be consecutive throughout the entire report.

Footnotes shall be separated from the text by a 50 mm line that is 2 spaces below the text and
begins at the same left margin as the text. The 1st footnote shall begin 2 spaces below that
line, and a single space also shall be left between each footnote on the same page.
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APPENDIXA

Example of thesis status validation form


UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR

DECLARATIONOFTHESIS/PROJECTPAPERANDCOPYRIGHT

Authorsname

:___________________________________________________

IC/PassportNo

:___________________________________________________

Title

:___________________________________________________

AcademicSession

:___________________________________________________

Ideclarethatthisthesisisclassifiedas:

CONFIDENTIAL

(containsconfidentialinformationundertheOSA1972)*

RESTRICTED

(containsrestrictedinformationasspecifiedbytheorganization

whereresearchwasdone)*

OPENACCESS

Iagreethatmythesistobepublishedonlineopenaccess

(fulltext)

IacknowledgedthatUniversitiKualaLumpurreservestherightasfollows:
1.ThisthesisisthepropertyofUniversitiKualaLumpur.
2.TheLibraryofUniversitiKualaLumpurhastherighttomakecopiesforthepurposeof

researchonly.
3.TheLibraryhastherighttomakecopiesofthethesisofacademicexchange.

Certifiedby:

______________________

_____________________

SIGNATURE

SIGNATUREOFSUPERVISOR

______________________

_____________________

(NEWIC/PASSPORTNO.)

NAMEOFSUPERVISOR

Date:

Date:

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APPENDIXB
Example of a thesis status declaration letter

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Librarian
PerpustakaanUniKLMIMET
UniKLMIMET,Lumut
Perak

Sir,

CLASSIFICATIONOFTHESISASRESTRICTED
TITLEANDNAMEOFAUTHORS

Pleasebeinformedthattheabovementionedthesisentitled"TITLE"beclassifiedas
RESTRICTEDforaperiodofthree(3)yearsfromthedateofthisletter.Thereasons
forthisclassificationare:

(i)
(ii)
(iii)

Thankyou.

Sincerelyyours,

NAME,ADDRESS,TELEPHONENUMBEROFSUPERVISOR

Note:Thislettershouldbewrittenbythesupervisor,addressedtoLibraryUniKL
MIMETandacopyattachedtothethesis.

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APPENDIXC
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I/We have examined this thesis entitled

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and verify that it meets the programme and University requirements for the
Bachelor / Diploma
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Signature

Supervisors Name

:.

Official Stamp

Date

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Signature

:.

Co-Supervisors Name :..


Official Stamp

: .

Date

: .

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APPENDIXD
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I verify that this project has been done successfully through cooperation between

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University Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Marine Engineering Technology


and
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Verified by;

Signature

Name

:.

Official Stamp :
Date

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APPENDIXE
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PORTABLE GANGWAY

ILIANI BINTI MOHD IKRAM


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X
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A report submitted to fulfill the partial requirements


for the Diploma/Bachelor

Universiti Kuala Lumpur


Malaysian Institute of Marine Engineering Technology

JANUARY 2010

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APPENDIXF
Example of Students Declaration

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I declare that this report is my original work and all references have been cited

adequately as required by the University. This report has not been accepted for any
bachelor/diploma and is not concurrently submitted in candidature of any other
bachelor/diploma.

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Signature :
Name

:.

Date

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AppendixF
ExampleofDedication

To my beloved mother and father

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

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We would like to record my gratefulness and Alhamdulillah to Allah


S.W.T for His Kindness and Mercifulness for giving us the opportunity and
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strength in completing this report the way it should be.

Besides, we really appreciate the co-operation given from people who


had really helped us to complete our portable gantry project, especially to our
beloved parents that are so supportive and encouraging towards us. Moreover,
we are heartily thankful to our supervisor whose encouragement, guidance and
support from the initial to the final level enable us to construct the portable
gantry project.

Other than that, we would like to express our gratitude to all the
lecturers for assisting and helping us in our research of this portable gantry
project. We also would like to thank to all the technicians who help ease our
burden throughout our internship period to finish up our project. Last but not
least, thank to our dearly loved friends for their criticism and advices. Lastly, we
wish forward our regards and blessings to all of those who supported us in any
respect during the completion of the project

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APPENDIXI
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ABSTRACT

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Portable gantry is one of the types of crane which is functional as to lift


any heavy loads in the workshop or shipyard. The material being used is C4cm

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Channel for the purpose of hanging the chain block. C Channel also can be
substituted with I Beam. For the body of the gantry, the material being used is
Rectangular Hollow Section. To ease the gantry move, castors have been welded
to the gantrys legs. Before construction of the gantry, calculations should be
done perfectly to make sure the stability and efficiency of the gantry is 100%
and able to lift the load without harming anyone and reduce as much as
deflection as it can. Firstly, calculate C-Channel based on the beam theory. It
will show the strength of the C-Channel and how much of weight of load it can
be lifted. Next, calculate the eye piece that will be welded to C-Channel.
Calculations of C- Channel and the eyepiece are the very important steps
because both of them give big impact to the gantry if the strength of them cannot
support the load. The portable gantry is able to be constructed after finishing all
the calculations. All welding techniques and balance sequence must been used
under construction of the gantry. Welding techniques should be applied to the
construction such as plug weld, overhead, and many more. Last but not least,
paint is applied to the gantry and chain block would be hung.

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CHAPTER

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DECLARATION

ii

DEDICATION

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

iv

ABSTRACT

TABLE OF CONTENTS

vi

LIST OF TABLES

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LIST OF FIGURES

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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

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LIST OF SYMBOLS

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ORGANISATION OF THE PROJECT

1.1 Definition

1.2 Project status

1.3 Declaration

1.3.1 Supervisor

REFERENCES

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Appendices A-Z

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TABLE NO.

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Bill of materials

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3.2

Costing of the project

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4.1

Project Planning & Activities

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5.1

Formula Table

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Truck-mounted crane

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Rough terrain crane

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Crawler crane

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Floating crane

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Aerial crane

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Tower crane

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Self-erecting crane

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Telescopic crane

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Hammerhead crane

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5.1

Level Luffing crane

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Gantry crane

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Area

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C Channel specifications

Design of the Gantry

101

Welding Sequence of the Gantry

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STUDENTS NAME

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UNIVERSITI KUALA LUMPUR

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APPENDIXS
Example of referenceusingauthorandyear(APA)

REFERENCES

4linesspacing

Arthur R. Meyers (2000). Basic Machining Reference Handbook. New York :


Industrial Press.
4cm

2.5cm

D.Dudzinski (2002). Metal Cutting and High Speed Machining. New York :
Kluwer Academic.

Frank Marlow (2002). Welding Fabrication and Repair. New York : Industrial
Press
John Cadick (1999). Cables and Wiring, 2nd ed. Delmar Publishers.

K.H. Moltrech (1979). Machine Shop Practice, vol.2. New York : Industrial
Press.

Patrick Byrne (1996). Turning, Milling and Grinding. London : Arnold.

Rudy Mohler (1983). Practical Welding Technology. New York : Industrial


Press

Note: Arranged alphabetically according to authors name.

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2.5cm

2.5cm

APPENDIXT
Example of referenceusingauthorandnumbersystem(MLA)

REFERENCES

4linesspacing

1. Arthur R. Meyers. Basic Machining Reference Handbook. New York :


Industrial Press. 2000.

4cm

2. D.Dudzinski. Metal Cutting and High Speed Machining. New York : Kluwer

2.5cm

Academic. 2002.

3. Frank Marlow. Welding Fabrication and Repair. New York : Industrial


Press. 2002.
4. John Cadick. Cables and Wiring, 2nd ed. Delmar Publishers. 1999.

5. K.H. Moltrech. Machine Shop Practice, vol.2. New York : Industrial Press.
1979.

6. Patrick Byrne. Turning, Milling and Grinding. London : Arnold. 1996.

7. Rudy Mohler. Practical Welding Technology. New York : Industrial Press.


1983.

Note: Arranged in the order in which the references were cited in the report.

2.5cm

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