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UTILITY MAPPING exposes the student to the definition, history, objectives, scope, method of survey, occupational safety and health, processing and mapping of underground utility mapping. These topics provide the student of knowledge of field work such as determining the position of underground materials on earth surface.
REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN equips students with knowledge on concept and methods of design for reinforced concrete structures comprising beam, slab and column. This course emphasize on knowledge and practice of producing design double storey reinforced concrete building starting from the layout plan, action analysis, structural design and detailing according to EUROCODE 2 (EC2).
POWER ELECTRONICS course is aimed to equip students with the knowledge and skills related to power electronic devices and its application in power conversion. This course also will focus on the operational principle of rectifiers, choppers, inverters and AC voltage controller circuits. Emphasis is given more on producing the output voltage waveforms of the converters.
ELECTRICAL MACHINE course expose students to the basic construction, principle of operation and control of various type of motor and generator. This course provides students with the basic knowledge and skills to solve various problem related to motors and generators.
PROJECT 2 is the continuation of DEE40082 PROJECT 1 course. The course focuses on methods of circuit construction, testing, troubleshooting, debugging, repair and also completion of the project which was planned during the previous semester. This course also requires students to manage an economical engineering based project, prepare a project report in a given format and deliver a project presentation at the end of the semester. The students are allowed to do an individual or group project but will be assessed individually through the project assessment tasks throughout the course.
PROJECT 1 provides knowledge regarding the implementation and development methods of a project based on hardware or software or a combination of hardware and software. This course provides exposure to the project management and finance, techniques to develop project and proposal preparation.The students are allowed to do an individual or group project but will be assessed individually through the project assessment tasks throughout the course.
Embedded System Applications cover the basic concept of micro controller system.
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
1. Investigate a computer network structure to determine the network protocol,network services, network problem and network security when implementing specific networking requirements
2. Construct a simple LAN or WLAN in accordance to IEEE or TIA/EIA-568-A/B wiring
standard and network troubleshooting using network simulation or tool
3. Demonstrate awareness of the norm practice of professional bodies such as IEEE or TIA/EIA-568-A/B during practical work session
POWER SYSTEM course will provide students with the concepts of non-renewable and renewable energy. It also annotate on the environmentally friendly electrical power generation, transmission, distribution and consumerization of the electrical power.
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS emphasizes the concept of electronic devices applications. The course covers the fundamental electronic circuit applications which include power supply unit, filters and operational amplifier, timer, oscillator, and AD/DA converters. The contents cover circuit configurations, operations and applications of the electronic circuits.
DEE20023 - SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
Semiconductor Devices introduces students to the basic electronic theories and devices. it covers the fundamentals of electronic devices which includes diodes, bipolar junction transistor and field effect transistors. the contents encompasses devices structure to biasing basic application.
MEASUREMENT introduces students to the basic concept of electrical instrument and measurement. It covers the basic principles of measurement, safety precautions and meter calibration. Students will also use measurement devices such as analogue meters, DC and AC meters, analogue and digital multimeters, oscilloscopes, signal generators and power meters during practical session. This course also covers the basic concept and simple application of DC Bridge.
ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY course will introduce students to the principles related to DC electrical circuits. It covers the fundamental laws, theorems and circuit techniques of the electrical technology basic fundamental. This course also covers inductor. Capacitor, magnetic and electromagnetic circuits.
PROGRAMMING FUNDAMENTALS course provides the skills necessary for the effective of application of computation and computer programming in engineering applications. Students will develop their programming skills through a variety of assignments and labs and by reviewing case studies and example programs. The learning outcome is proficiency in writing small to medium programs in a procedural programming language.
SATELLITE AND RADAR COMMUNICATION SYSTEM introduces to students the concept of satellite and radar, satellite orbits, space satellite subsystem, satellite communication system, radar fundamentals and different types of radar system. It also covers end to end satellite and radar communication system in various generations and latest technologies.
WIRELESS COMMUNICATION introduces student to the basic of wireless communication includes several specialized topics. Students are expose to wireless networking, evolution of mobile communication, cellular network channels, techniques used to enhance capacity and speed, interference, radio wave propagation and multiple access techniques. This course also exposes the student to the awareness of wireless technology to the health and environmental.
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH FOR ENGINEERING course is designed to impart understanding of the self-regulatory concepts and provisions under the Occupational Safety & Health Act (OSHA). This course presents the responsibilities of workers in implementing and complying with the safety procedures at work. Understanding of notifications of accidents, dangerous occurrence, poisoning and diseases and liability for offences will be imparted upon students. This course will also provide an understanding of the key issues in OSH Management, Incident Prevention, Fire Safety, Hazard Identification Risk Control and Risk Assessment (HIRARC), Workplace Environment and Ergonomics and guide the students gradually into this multi-disciplinary science.
ENGINEERING DRAWING course provides the students with the fundamentals of technical drawings and the application Computer Aided Design (CAD) software.
For technical drawing, it emphasizes on the practical knowledge of drawing instruments and drawing techniques while for CAD the student will learn to navigate and use the software to create 2D drawing design in engineering.
Students shall be able to demonstrate competency in using some standard available features of technical drawing and CAD application to create and manipulate objects or elements in engineering drawing.
WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY provides exposure and knowledge in using hand tools, machine operation such as drilling, lathe, milling and computer numerical control. It also covers on gear measurement and inspection welding process in oxy acetylene, Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) and Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW).
PNEUMATIC AND HYDRAULICS provide knowledge and understanding to the importance of pneumatics and hydraulics circuits, equipment and design along with its usage in the industry.
PROJECT 1 provides students with solid foundation on knowledge and skills in preparing project proposal, writing and presentation of proposal.
INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT provides students to a strong fundamental understanding of industrial management prospect, production system planning such as inventory, scheduling, production system operation, facilities, plan location, layout and line balancing. This course also provides knowledge in quality control and human resource management.