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School of Mechanical, Aerospace & Automotive Engineering
Module Title Design& Sustainability
Coursework No. / Title
Coursework 2 - Resit
Hand out date:
Estimated Time (hrs)
Subject to university regulations
% of Module Mark
Submit a single report by Turnitin
Task and Mark Allocation:
See Attached page.
Module Learning Outcomes Assessed:
Teamwork, Problem solving, Initiative and enterprise, Planning and organising, Self-management, Learning,
For group work, individual grades will be determined as follows (tick)
peer assessment - No
tutor assessment - Yes
log book No
observed engagement - No
presentation/viva - no
individual elements - YES
Academic Conduct Statement:
University regulations on academic conduct should be adhered to. Guidance is available for academic registry and also from personal tutors.
Mark allocation guidelines
Work mainly incomplete and /or weaknesses in most areas
Most elements completed; weaknesses outweigh strengths
Most elements are strong, minor weaknesses
Strengths in all elements
Most work exceeds the standard expected
All work substantially exceeds the standard expected
Feedback arrangement: Mark Breakdown/ Online feedback on submitted report.
School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Automotive Engineering
209MAE Design & Sustainability
This is an individual task, not group work
This coursework aims to develop a number of key capabilities required in the mechanical product innovation process. Specifically these include: creativity, management, experimental methods, analysis and synthesis, and the application of information technology tools. The aim will be met by tackling a product innovation project based on satisfying a requirement associated with a mechanical application.
This Individual coursework utilises a commonly available car accessory and provides the opportunity to select, justify and specify a prototype for your alternative design.
This will require students to draw from their knowledge of all modules covered in level 1 and 2 of their degree programme so far.
Working individually you should produce a detailed solution and validation for an alternative to a passenger vehicle scissor jack (http://www.eurocarparts.com/Scissor-Jacks). Your solution should demonstrate an innovative approach to solving the problem and the solution should be easily stowable in the vehicle without significantly reducing the available load space.
Your submission should include –
a) Individual report submission of the new proposal, submitted through Turnitin, by 2355hrs on 27nd June 2016 to include;
Marks will be awarded to each of the following,
a) Requirements Analysis [10 %]
b) Initial detailed Free Body Diagrams and appropriate engineering analysis or the requirement in consideration of loads and stresses [10%]
c) 3D representations of your components and a Fully Assembly model [15 %]
d) Manufacturing implications for your components, including cost [15%]
e) 2D drawings to BS8888, including a Bill of Materials [15%]
f) Validation of the final proposal to include stress analysis, DFMA, functional compliance and FMAE analyses (25%)
g) Communication: Quality of Final Report Discussion [10%]
The report should comprise of a referenced, clearly written, sequential output which should address all elements expected for assessment. The report should also contain a discussion, which should consider and discuss all elements of the work leading to the final output. Expected word count is 1500 – 2000 words
Guidelines for report writing for engineers can be found on your 209MAE Moodle page
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