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Teaching Plan

FAKULTI KEJURUTERAAN PEMBUATAN UNIVERSITI TEKNIKAL MALAYSIA MELAKA

BMFB 3323 1.0 Learning Outcomes

SEMESTER 2

SESSION 2011/2012

At the end of this course, students should be able to: 1. Explain the relationships between design requirements, materials properties, processing product performance. 2. Justify the suitability of a particular processing method for a specific selected material design activity using data, charts and software. Select the most appropriate materials processes to be used for products fabrication and commercialization. 3. Communicate ideas relevant to materials selection analysis in product design manufacturing. 4. Perform self-directed study in gaining new knowledge and skill.

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2.0 Synopsis
This course integrates all types of engineering materials (metals, polymers, ceramics and composites) and its properties (modulus, strength, hardness and toughness etc) for materials selection in any engineering design. Various processing techniques (shaping, joining and finishing etc) are also summarized. Cooperative problem based learning activities are used to reinforce the concept and capabilities in applying selection of materials utilising materials properties charts, data and software.

3.0

References 1. Ashby, M.F. (2005) Materials Selection In Mechanical Design, 3rd Edition, ButterworthHeinemann. 2. Mangonon, P.L. (1998) The Principles of Materials Selection for Engineering Design, Pearson Education. 3. Cranes, F.A.A. & Charles, J.A. (1984) Selection and Use of Engineering Materials, Butterworths, London. 4. Mahmoud M.F. (1989) Selection of Materials and Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Design, Prentice Hall. 5. Kenneth G.B. (1988) Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection, Prentice Hall.

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Quiz 1 III. Quiz 2 III.0 Course Evaluations a) b) Test CPBL 1 I. Peer Teaching note (Individual) IV. Report (Group) V. Peer Teaching note (Individual) IV. Presentation (Group) VI.5 121 Grand Total 121/40=3. Peer Teaching Note (Group) II.0 Credit Course Implementations Official Contact Self Learning Time Formal Assessment Total contact Hour LCL 3 Lecture 28 SCL CPBL 28 SCL Revision Assessment Preparation Continuous Assessment Final Exam 16 18 9 17.4. Presentation (Group) VI. Reflection Note (Individual) VII.025 5. Report (Group) V. Peer Rating) Final Examination Total 2 x10% 1 x 10% = 20 % = 10 % c) 1 x 20% = 20 % d) 1 x 50% = 50 % 100 % 2 . Peer Rating CPBL 2 I. Peer Teaching Note (Group) II. Reflection Note (Individual) VII.5 2 2.

0 MATERIAL INDICES & MATERIAL PROPERTY CHARTS 3 .0 ENGINEERING MATERIALS AND THEIR PROPERTIES: CERAMICS CPBL 1 PHASE3 • Report • Presentation 6 (26/3-30/3) 7 (2/4-6/4) Lecture 6 CPBL 1 Phase 3 Lecture 7 CPBL 1 Phase 4 3.0 MATERIAL SELECTION – THE DESIGN PROCESS & THE BASIC 2.0 MATERIAL INDICES & MATERIAL PROPERTY CHARTS CPBL 1 PHASE3 • Presentation • Reflections CPBL 1 PHASE 4 • Closure TEST 1 8 7/4 – 15/4 9 (16/4-20/4) Lecture 8 CPBL 2 MID-SEM BREAK CPBL 2 • Question Distribution 4.0 INTRODUCTION TO MATERIALS SELECTION Remarks Briefing on Teaching plan CPBL 1 • Question Distribution • Team forming CPBL 1 PHASE1 • KNL CPBL 1 PHASE2 • Peer Teaching Note • Quiz 1 • Plus/ Delta Table CPBL 1 PHASE2 • Group Teaching • Plus/Delta Table 2 (27/2-2/3) 3 (5/3-9/3) Lecture 2 CPBL 1 Phase 1 Lecture 3 CPBL 1 Phase 2 2.0 ENGINEERING MATERIALS AND THEIR PROPERTIES: METALS 5 (19/3-23/3) Lecture 5 CPBL 1 Phase 3 3.0 MATERIAL SELECTION – THE DESIGN PROCESS & THE BASIC 4 (12/3-16/3) Lecture 4 CPBL 1 Phase 2 3.24/2) Session Lecture 1 CPBL 1 Contents INTRODUCTION TO COURSE OUTLINE 1.6.0 ENGINEERING MATERIALS AND THEIR PROPERTIES: POLYMERS 4.0 Detail of Syllabus and Teaching Plan Week 1 (20/2.

0 PROCESS AND PROCESS SELECTIONSYSTEMATIC PROCESS SELECTION (CONTINUED) CPBL 2 PHASE 4 • Reflections & Closure 16 (4/6-8/6) 17 &18 (11/6-23/6) REVISION WEEK FINAL EXAM 4 .0 PROCESS AND PROCESS SELECTIONSHAPING 5.0 MATERIAL INDICES & MATERIAL PROPERTY CHARTS 5.10 (23/4-27/4) Lecture 9 CPBL 2 Phase 1 Lecture 10 CPBL 2 Phase 2 4.0 PROCESS AND PROCESS SELECTIONJOINING CPBL 2 PHASE 1 • KNL CPBL 2 PHASE 2 • Peer Teaching Note 11 (30/4-4/5) 12 (7/5-11/5) Lecture 11 CPBL 2 Phase 2 CPBL 2 PHASE 2 • Quiz 2 13 (14/5-18/5) Lecture 12 CPBL 2 Phase 3 5.0 PROCESS AND PROCESS SELECTIONSYSTEMATIC PROCESS SELECTION CPBL 2 PHASE 3 • Presentation TEST 2 15 (28/5-1/6) Lecture 14 CPBL 2 Phase 4 6.0 PROCESS AND PROCESS SELECTIONFINISHING CPBL 2 PHASE 3 • Report & Presentation 14 (21/5-25/5) Lecture 13 CPBL 2 Phase 3 6.