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Name of Course
Engineering Science I
Course Code:
SSD 11103
Status:
Common Core
Level:
Diploma
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Rationale for inclusion of the course in the program:
This course will provide students with the foundation knowledge related to the engineering
and technology. Students will be exposed to the various concept of physics that later can
be applied in the technical subjects.

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Semester and
Semester 1
Year Offered
Year 1
Total Student Learning
Face to face (F2F):
Time (SLT):
51hours
130 hours

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Credit Value:
3 Credit (2,1,0)
Prerequisite:
Nil
Learning Objectives:
The objectives of this are to:
Explain linear motion and rotational motion in terms of its kinematics and
dynamics.
Describe three Newtons Law of motion and its application.

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69 hours

## Describe the properties of simple machine.

Define stress and strain for several types of deformations.

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Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of this course students should be able to:
Analyze linear and rotational motions in terms its kinematics and dynamics.
Apply the Newtons law that affect the motion of objects.
Calculate the ability of various simple machines.
Apply the concept of Youngs Modulus, shear modulus and bulk modulus in
determine the deformation of objects

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Transferable skills
Skills
Scientific method,
Problem solving and
critical thinking skills.
Responsibilities and
organizational skills
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## Development of the skills

Develop by giving problem
solving question in tutorial
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group project based on
activities given by lecturer or

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Skills assessments
Tutorial and written
assessment.
Produce functional prototype
and written report.

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Teaching-learning strategy
Teaching and learning will be via lecture and practise tutorial sessions. Students will also
be required to do their own self-study either through guided questions in notes, tutorial
and other learning activities.
Assessment strategy:
The coursework marks will be taken from the quizzes, written test and affective domainsoft skills.
Synopsis
This course is designed to enhance the basic skill in mechanical and electrical
engineering in their previous studies. Students will be exposed on motion in one
dimension, Newtons Law of motion, work and energy, rotational motion, momentum and
impulse and analyze in terms of mechanics, structure and flow of an object.

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Mode of Delivery
Lecture and tutorial

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## Assessment Methods and Types

Quizzes
Written test
Assignment/ Project
Final Exam

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## Mapping of the Course to the Program Aims

Course
Engineering Science I

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## 1.0 Physical Quantities & Unit

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1.1: Unit
1.2: Dimension
1.3: Scalars & Vectors
1.5: Components of Vectors
1.6: Scalar & Vector Product
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## 2.1: Distance & Displacement

2.2: Speed & Velocity
2.3: Acceleration
2.4: Kinematics Equation
2.5: Free Fall Under Gravity
2.6 : Describing Motion with Graph
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## 3.0 Newtons Law of Motion

3.1: Newtons First Law
3.2: Newtons Second Law
3.3: Newtons Third Law
3.4: Application of Newtons Law

## 4.0 Work, Energy & Momentum

4.1: Work & Power
4.2: Mechanical Energy
4.3:Momentum
4.4:Impulse

## 5.0 Simple Machine

5.1: Machine Concepts
5.2: Law of Machine
5.3: Pulley System
5.4: Wheel & Axle
5.5: Screw Jack

## 6.0 Rotational Motion

6.1: Angular Displacement, Velocity &

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Acceleration
6.2: Rotational Equations
6.3: Relations Between Linear &
Rotational Motion
6.4: Moment of Inertia & Torque
6.5: Rotational Work & Kinetic
Energy
6.6: Angular Momentum
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## 7.1: First Condition for Equilibrium

7.2: Second Condition for Equilibrium
7.3: Tensile Stress & Strain
7.4: Bulk Stress & Strain
7.5: Shear Stress & Strain
Written tests
Assignment/ Project
Final Exam
TOTAL Student Learning Time (h)
Reference:

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Main reference:
1. Alan Giambattista, Betty McCarthy Richardson and Robert C.
Richardson. (2007) College Physics Second Edition, (McGraw
Hill)
2. John D. Cutnell and Kenneth W. Johnson. (2006) Essentials of
Physics, (John Wiley & Sons Inc)
3. Douglas C. Giancoli. (2005) Physics Principles with Application
Sixth Edition, (Pearson Education International.)
4. Alawiah Ariffin. (2009) Complete Reference Matriculation Physics