- One Semester or equivalent
- 60 hours face to face + Blended
On-campus unit delivery combines face-to-face and digital learning.
Aims and objectives
This unit of study aims to develop students' ability to use software tools to solve engineering problems, and prepare computer models of parts, assemblies, and documentation for manufacturing, and use Finite Elements Element analysis in design with experience working on a real-world project. To underpin the projects, students will learn how to use computer aided technologies including Solidworks, MATLAB, 3DS Max, Eon Reality and ANSYS. Students will build and develop professional skills in decision making, presenting, goal setting, visual communication and time management. Students will also apply these professional skills while working on an industry project.
|Unit Learning Outcomes|
|On successful completion of this unit students will be able to:|
|#||Unit Learning Outcome Description|
|ULO1||Manage and execute conceptual framework to address environmental challenges faced by industries and communities. (K6)|
|ULO2||Apply maths and computation tools to design complex engineering subsystems. (K2, K4, S2)|
|ULO3||Conduct literature using a wide variety resources and apply disciplinary research methods. (K4, S1)|
|ULO4||Develop presentations, peer reviews and engineering report writing skills. (A2)|
|ULO5||Collaborate successfully in teams demonstrating professional, ethical, and inclusive behaviour. (A3, A7)|
|ULO6||Confidently use specialist tools (e.g.: CAD, CAE, AVR and Matlab tools) to solve complex engineering problems. (K2, K4, K5)|
|ULO7||Use self-management skills to lead their own learning and professional development aligned with their professional purpose. (A6)|