Engineering hardware used for discipline specific engineering activities MTCA3003


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Military Technological College – Oman
Military Technological College
Coursework
Department: Aeronautical Engineering
Engineering hardware used for discipline specific engineering activities
MTCA3003
Date Set: 14/01/2018
Lecturer:
Dr. Muhammad Arif Ashraf
Artefact: 2 of 2
Contribution: 50%
Date Due: 31/05/2018
Student number:
Hand in:
Submit your report via the Turnitin link on Moodle before 23:59 on 31/05/2018
Objectives:
 To gain knowledge and understanding of commonly used engineering hardware in discipline specific engineering tasks.
Task:
The students are required to write a research based report to identify and explain three (03) commonly used engineering hardware in their specific engineering discipline and pathway. The allocation of specific hardware for each student would be finalised after discussion with the lecturer. The report must include:
– Detailed description of the hardware, their types/sizes (classification) and the materials they are made from (support your discussion with neat pictures of hardware with proper referencing)
– Discussion on the applications of each hardware
– Briefly discuss the international standards associated with the use of the hardware
– Discussion on the limitations/constraints on the use of each hardware
Background:
The engineering structures such as aircraft, ships and vehicles consist of typical engineering hardware like mechanical fasteners; fluid lines, pipes and unions; springs and gears; mechanical drives; couplings; clutches; brakes, bearing and seals; control cables etc. Examples of civil engineering structures include buildings, bridges, dams and roads. Typical hardware involved in handling, processing and testing of wood, masonry, concrete and bituminuous materials used in the construction of civil engineering structures and roads. Each hardware plays an integral and significant role in the smooth operation of any engineering device. Generally, engineering hardware come with specification which is a statement of detailed particulars, describing certain characteristics of an item such as dimensions or unusual features.
Procedure:
Write a research based report (1000 words) on this subject taking into consideration the following key features (Also, please refer to the attached rubric for standard expectation of the report quality):
 Introduction: Briefly describe the purpose of your report
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 Main body: Please refer to the task section and address all the bullet points listed there.
 Conclusion: Summarise your work and report the key finding of the report.
Submit your report via the Turnitin link on Moodle before 11.59 pm on Tuesday 31 May 2018.
Learning outcomes:
On successful completion of this assignment, students will be expected, at threshold level, to be able to:
 Identify typical hardware applications in engineering.
 Classify typical hardware used in engineering, their purpose, characteristics, and the materials from which they are made
Reading / References:
The Module teaching notes issued to students by the course team at the start of the Module.
Other References:
 Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering, An Integrated Approach, (4th Ed 2012), Callister W & Rothwisch D, John Wiley and Sons Inc, ISBN:978-1118061602.
 Library Resources
Notes:
 The assignment is worth 50% of the total module mark.
 Further guidance will be given during taught sessions.
The Military Technological College regulations require students to keep electronic copies of all assignments, and submit these at any time upon request.
Military Technological College – Oman
Military Technological College
Coursework
Department: Aeronautical Engineering
Engineering hardware used for discipline specific engineering activities
MTCA3003
Date Set: 14/01/2018
Lecturer:
Dr. Muhammad Arif Ashraf
Artefact: 2 of 2
Contribution: 50%
Date Due: 31/05/2018
Student number:
Submit your report via the Turnitin link on Moodle before 23:59 on 31/05/2018.
Before you submit your work, check your work and consider the following points:
Covering information
My title/cover page clearly shows:
 My student number
 Assignment title
 Unit title
Results and Discussion
 I present the test results clearly and with the support ……………………………………….
 I discuss the relationship ………………………………………………………………..
 I consider the …………………………………………………………………………………
 I have provided a conclusion ……………………………………………………………..
Other sections of the report
 I state the aim of the work
 I briefly describe the test procedures involved in analysing …………………………..
 I show a worked example of the calculations ……………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………
 I clear identify …………………………………………………………………………..
 I link the conclusion back to the aim of the work
Overall presentation
 The structure of my report conforms to ……………………………………… report
 Where I use a reference I list it using the Harvard format
 My report is clear and concise
 I specify S.I. units for all values quoted
 My tables and graphs are correctly numbered and labelled
 I write in impersonal, past tense
 I make correct use of grammar, spelling and punctuation
Military Technological College – Oman
Military Technological College
Coursework
Department: Aeronautical Engineering
Material testing and Corrosion of typical Engineering Materials
MTCA3003
Date Set: 14/01/2018
Lecturer:
Dr. Muhammad Arif Ashraf
Artefact: 2 of 2
Contribution: 50%
Date Due: 31/05/2018
Student number:
Grade Criteria
Please refer to the grade descriptors given in the Student Handbook. The following table shows specific features of work at each grade for this particular coursework and level of study.
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Method of feedback to the students
Feedback will be provided to the student using following methods; (X) as appropriate.
This coursework is submitted through Turnitin. Feedback will be provided through Turnitin only.
This coursework is submitted through Turnitin. In addition to Turnitin, feedback through Assessment Sheet will be provided.
This coursework is submitted manually. Feedback will be provided through the Assessment sheet only.
First Attempt Deferred Assessment
Students with valid extenuating circumstances (ECs) with respect to assignment submission will be allowed an extended submission period, otherwise the first deferred assessment will be by reassessment in the failed artefact.
Second Attempt Assessment
Second attempt assessment will be by re-assessment in the failed artefact(s) covering the relevant Learning Outcomes.
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MTCA 3003: Engineering Materials & Hardware Technical Report Rubric
ID No: ___________________________________ Name: _________________________________________
Date: ________________ Score: /50 Exceeds Standard (7.5) Above Standard (6) Meets Standard (4.5) Just Meets Standard(3) Does Not Meet Standard (2) No Evidence(0) Score Executive Summary The executive summary covers all contents of the report The executive summary covers all contents but not engaging The executive summary misses some contents from the report The executive summary is sketchy and not to the point The write-up does not qualify to be accepted as executive summary Does not exist / 7.5
Introduction
The introduction is engaging, states the background, main topic and previews report’s structure.
The introduction states the main topic and previews the structure of the report but not engaging.
The introduction states the main topic and previews the structure of the report.
The introduction states the main topic but does not fully preview report’s structure.
There is no clear introduction or main topic and the structure of the report is missing.
Absent, no evidence
/ 7.5 Exceeds Standard (10) Above Standard (8) Meets Standard (6) Just Meets Standard (4) Does Not Meet Standard (2) No Evidence (0) Score Main Body Covers all contents in a detailed, sequential order that are easily followed. Provides elaborate diagrams/ figures where required. Covers all contents in a sequential order that are easily followed. Provides diagrams/ figures where required. Covers all contents in a sequential order that are not easily followed. Provides diagrams/ figures where required. Covers all contents in a sequential order that are not easily followed. Provides some diagrams/ figures. Covers all contents in an order that are not sequential, not easily followed, or incomplete. Provides some diagrams/ figures. / 10 Exceeds Standard (5) Above Standard (4) Meets Standard (3) Just Meets Standard (2) Does Not Meet Standard (1) No Evidence (0) Score
Conclusion
The conclusion is engaging and restates the thesis and discuss the main findings.
The conclusion is engaging and restates the thesis.
The conclusion restates the thesis.
The conclusion does not fully restate the thesis.
Incomplete and/or unfocused.
Absent
/ 5 Grammar & Composition No errors in punctuation, capitalization and spelling. Almost no errors in punctuation, capitalization and spelling. Minor errors in punctuation, capitalization and spelling. Errors in punctuation, capitalization and spelling. Numerous and distracting errors in punctuation, capitalization and spelling. / 5
Bibliography/ References
Done in the correct format with no errors. Properly cited in main text. Includes more than 5 major references
Done in the correct format with few errors. Properly cited in text. Includes 5 major references
Done in the correct format with few errors. Includes 5 major references
Done in the correct format with some errors. Includes 3 major references
Done in the correct format with many errors. Includes 3 major references
Absent or the only sites are internet sites.
/ 5 Exceeds Standard (10) Above Standard (8) Meets Standard (6) Just Meets Standard (4) Does Not Meet Standard (2) No Evidence(0) Score Formatting and Quality Includes illustrations and labels with proper citation in main text. Contents has been covered in the standard format. Includes illustrations and labels. Fonts are consistent. No unnecessary empty spaces. Includes illustrations and labels. Fonts are consistent. Unnecessary empty spaces. Includes illustrations but no labels. Fonts are inconsistent. Unnecessary empty spaces. Does not include illustrations and labels and/or has ignored the given format during preparation of the report. Haphazard and careless work. / 10

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