Academic Proforma 2012/2013 - FKMP

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Academic Proforma 2012/2013 - FKMP
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
86400 Batu Pahat, Johor
Academic Proforma
2012/2013
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering with Honours
Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Information contained in this proforma is true at the time of printing and the University has the
right to make any ammendment according to needs.
All rights reserved. No part of this proforma may be reproduced in any form or by any means,
electronic, photocopying, recording, visual, or otherwise, without prior written permission of
the Vice Chancellor of Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia.
©Centre of Academic Development
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
August 2012
Contents
Welcoming Address from the Vice Chancellor
Welcoming Address from the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic and International)
Welcoming Address from the Dean of Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing
Engineering
Vision
Mission
Education Philosophy of University
Logo of the University
Board of Directors
Senate Members
Faculty Visiting Professors
Faculty External Examiner
Faculty Industrial Advisors
Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Directory of Staff
Curriculum of Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering with Honours
Synopsis of Courses
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Welcoming Address from the Vice Chancellor
Assalammualaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh and Warm Greetings
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome the new students of Academic Session
2012/2013 to Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM). Thank you for your interest in
pursuing further studies for a success and better life. You should be thankful for being fortunate
in comparison to other friends whom do not have the chance to continue their studies in an
institution of higher learning. Therefore, utilize this good opportunity to instill the spirit and
will power in pursuing knowledge for the success and prosperity of oneself, family, religion,
race and the Nation.
UTHM is determined to be one of the well-known higher learning institutions in the Nation and
and worldwide. Having well-planned academic system whilst supported with the latest and
modern teaching and learning facilities, UTHM is capable of producing excellent graduates to
meet the needs of national workforce.
As one of the Public Higher Learning Institutions in the country, UTHM offers a variety of
academic programmes at Diploma, Bachelor, Master and Doctorate levels. UTHM is the best
choice for science, technology and engineering courses. UTHM also offers courses in the fields
of technology management, information technology, and technical and vocational education.
The academic programmes of UTHM focus on student-centered hands-on aspect to ensure that
the knowledge and skills acquired can be readily applied especially in national industries. High
quality co-curricular programmes will provide you the opportunity to strengthen on your
honorable personality and competence.
I put my trust that you will become a member of the University that will continue the excellent
tradition of the University in becoming graduates whom are capable in applying and translating
the science, engineering and technology knowledge in accordance with the national needs.
Wishing You Success
Professor Dato' Dr. Mohd Noh bin Dalimin
Vice Chancellor
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
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Welcoming Address from the Deputy of Vice Chancellor
(Academic and International)
Assalammualaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh and Warm Greetings
I would like to take this opportunity to express my warmest congratulations and well done to
you as the new students whom have successfully been selected to pursue studies at Universiti
Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia for this 2012/2013 session.
I would also like to congratulate the Centre for Academic Development for successfully
publishing the proforma which will serve as the students guide in planning the learning
beginning the first semester till the completion of studies at this University.
Detailed planning and effective implementation in each semester coupled with preparedness
before attending the lectures are very important to ensure you are prepared for the learning
process. In addition, preparedness for the co-curricular programmes also is important to ensure
that the knowledge gained is beneficial and helps in upholding your profession in the future.
I hope the publication of this proforma can be fully utilised in planning for your learning in this
University and you are able to make the best decision in achieving success with flying colours.
Last but not least, I would like to wish All the Best and pray that you will be successful in your
studies at this University and thus be able to contribute towards talented human capital for the
development of the religion, society and Nation.
Thank you.
Profesor Ir. Dr. Abdul Aziz bin Dato' Abdul Samad
Deputy of Vice Chancellor (Academic and International)
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
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Welcoming Address from the Dean of Faculty of Mechanical and
Manufacturing Engineering
Assalamualaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh and Warm Greetings
I would like to express my congratulations to you as a new member of the Faculty of
Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering (FKMP), UTHM for the 2012/2013 academic
session. You are fortunate to be chosen among other applicants who have applied to the
University. In fact, you already are a student of this University, compared with many other
friends who are still looking for opportunity to further their study. Thus, you should be aware
that this is an honour that should not be taken for granted. This is an opportunity in extending
the efforts that require undivided attention for student to seek knowledge and be the best.
In line with the University's mission to produce and train professionals and technologists with
competitive and noble attitude, students will be guided by professional and dedicated lecturers.
Programmes offered by FKMP will satisfy the core of mechanical and manufacturing
engineering by focusing on specific areas such as mechanical, plant and automotive,
manufacturing and industrial, material and design, and mechanical technology engineering as
well as aeronautical engineering technology. To enhance students’ understanding and creativity,
Faculty’s laboratories are equipped with the latest technology equipments and well trained
technicians. Students will also undergo practical work in the field related to the needs of
industry.
Therefore, students should take this opportunity to work hard to fulfill the expectation from
parents, industry and nation. Systematic study planning together with careful preparation during
the study will produce excellent graduates.
Thank you.
Associate Professor Dr. Yusri bin Yusof
Dean, Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
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Vision
Towards a world class university in engineering, science and technology for sustainable
development
Mission
UTHM is committed to generate and disseminate knowledge, to meet the needs of industry and
community and nurturing creative and innovative human capital, based on tauhidic paradigm
Education Philosophy of University
The education and training in this university is a continuous effort to lead in the market oriented
academic programmes. These programmes are student-focused and are conducted through
experiential learning in order to produce well trained human resource and professionals who are
catalysts for a sustainable development
Logo of the University
Logo of Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) is the pride, identity and idealism of
the members of UTHM community. UTHM logo displays a Proton, Book, Tiered Mortar
Board, Book Rest and Shield.
The whole concept of the logo symbolises UTHM as an Institution of Higher Learning which
supports the growth and development of knowledge at all levels in fields of Science and
Technology.
Blue represents a close-knit circle of members of UTHM community which ensures the success
and enhancement of its educational and research programmes and activities for the benefits of
mankind.
Red symbolises the courage of UTHM in the exploration of new fields as the pioneer in science
and technology applications, which reflects the spirit and self-esteem of the members of UTHM
community.
Symbolism
Red
Blue
Silver
Book Rest
Proton
Book
Mortar board
Circle
Shield
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Courage
Co-operation/Loyalty
Quality/Prestige
Repository of knowledge
Science and technology
Knowledge
Levels of study
Resilience and its relation to global characteristics
Confidence
University Board of Directors
Chairman
Tan Sri Dato' (Dr.) Ir. Jamilus bin Md Hussin
Chairman
KLIA Premier Holdings Sdn. Bhd.
Members
Professor Dato' Dr. Mohd. Noh bin Dalimin
Vice-Chancellor
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
Dato' Sri Sufri bin Hj Mohd Zin
Executive Chairman
TRC Synergy Berhad
Major General (R) Dato' Md. Ismail bin Ahmad Khan
Managing Director
TALHIS-K Sdn. Bhd.
Dato' Abd. Shukor bin Ibrahim
Project Manager
e-Procurement Unit
Ministry of Finance Malaysia
Dato' Ir. Hj. Wahab bin Suhaili
Chairman
Wahba Group Sdn. Bhd.
Professor Dr. Shamsuddin bin Baharin
Director
Division of Industry Relation
Ministry of Higher Education
Dr. Pang Chau Leong
Director
Department of Skills Development
Ministry of Human Resources Malaysia
Professor Ir. Dr. Hj. Abas bin Abdul Wahab
Professor Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering,
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
Mr. Jamalulail bin Abu Bakar
Director
Division of Student Affair and Development
Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia
Secretary
Tuan Haji Sulam bin Hamid
Registrar
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Senate Members
Chairman
Professor Dato' Dr. Mohd. Noh bin Dalimin
Vice Chancellor
Members
Professor Ir. Dr. Abdul Aziz bin Dato' Abdul Samad
Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic and International)
Professor Dr. Wahid bin Razzaly
Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research and Innovation)
Professor Ir. Dr. Amir Hashim bin Mohd Kassim
Assistant Vice Chancellor (Student Affairs and Alumni)
Professor Dr. Hashim bin Saim
Assistant Vice Chancellor (Industry and Community Relations)
Professor Dr. Ahmad Shakri bin Mat Seman
Dean Centre for Graduate Studies
Associate Professor Dr. Ahmad Tarmizi bin Abd Karim
Dean Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Professor Hj. Ayob bin Hj. Johari
Dean Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Associate Professor Dr. Yusri bin Yusof
Dean Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Associate Professor Sr. Dr. David Martin @ Daud Juanil
Dean Faculty of Technology Management and Business
Dr. Razali bin Hassan
Acting Dean Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education
Professor Dr. Rosziati binti Ibrahim
Dean Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology
Associate Professor Dr. Azme bin Khamis
Dean Faculty of Science, Technology and Human Development
Associate Professor Dr. Ishak bin Baba
Dean Faculty of Engineering Technology
Professor Ab. Aziz bin Abd. Latiff
Dean Centre for Diploma Studies
Dr. Sh Salleh bin Sh Ahmad
Dean Centre for Academic Development
Associate Professor Hj. Kamarudin bin Khalid
Director Centre for Co-Curriculum and Culture
Professor Emeritus Dato' Dr. Hj. Ismail bin Hj. Bakar
Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Professor Dr. Mohammad Zarar bin Mohamed Jenu
Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Professor Hj. Mohd. Imran bin Hj. Ghazali
Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
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Professor Ir. Dr. Saparudin bin Ariffin
Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Professor Ir. Dr. Hj. Abas bin Ab Wahab
Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Professor Dr. Hj. Sulaiman bin Yamin
Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education
Professor Dr. Wan Mohd Rashid bin Wan Ahmad
Faculty of Technical and Vocational Education
Professor Dr. Hj. Mustafa bin Mat Deris
Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology
Professor Dr. Noraini binti Kaprawi
Director Strategic and Quality Management Office
Associate Professor Dr. Abd Halid bin Abdullah
Director Development and Property Management Office
Pn. Azizah binti Nasri
Acting Bursar
En. Bharun Narosid bin Mat Zin
Chief Librarian
Tn. Hj. Sulam bin Hamid
Registrar / Secretary
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Faculty Visiting Professors
Professor Ir. Dr. Hj. Wan Ramli bin Wan Daud
Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Selangor, Malaysia
Faculty External Examiner
Professor Ir. Dr. Hj. Abdul Rahman bin Omar
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Universiti Teknologi MARA
Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
Faculty Industrial Advisors
Dr. Samad Solbai
President/CEO
Pt Gunanusa Utama Fabricators
Jakarta, Indonesia
Dr. Abdul Kadir bin Masrom
General Manager
Industrial Nano Technology Research Centre
SIRIM
Kulim Hi Tech Park, Kedah
En. Abdul Razak bin Omar
Mechanical Manager
Broadtec TV R&D Centre Sdn. Bhd.
Pasir Gudang, Johor
En. Shaharizal bin Arif Fadilla
Manager
Asian Composites Manufacturing Sdn. Bhd.
Lot 224, Bukit Kayu Hitam Industrial Estate
Bukit Kayu Hitam, Kedah
Tn. Hj. Khadmudin bin Hj. Mohd. Rafik
Managing Director
Maple Tricot Industries Sdn. Bhd.
Batu Pahat, Johor
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Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering (FKMP), Universiti Tun Hussein Onn
Malaysia (UTHM) was established on 1 May 2004 during the restructuring of Faculty of
Engineering and Faculty of Technology Engineering. FKMP vision is to lead the application of
science and technology in mechanical and manufacturing engineering for universal prosperity.
Meanwhile, the mission of FKMP is producing and train responsible, competent, creative and
innovative professionals in the field of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering through
world-class academic programmes. The aims of FKMP are to provide competitive academic
programmes to produce technologists and professionals for national and global needs, to be a
centre for reference, research and consultation through smart partnership with industries and
stakeholders, and to nurture life-long learning as a culture among graduates, staff and the
society.
The faculty is always aware of the current technology development to fulfill the requirements of
the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) and Institute of Engineers Malaysia (IEM). The
academic programme offered by FKMP is monitored and advised by the external examiner and
advisor from local and overseas. The programmes are approved and recognized by the Public
Service Department of Malaysia (JPA).
The management of the faculty is led by a Dean, two (2) Deputy Dean and six (6) department
heads. FKMP organization chart is shown in Figure 1.
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Figure 1: Organisation chart of Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Directory of Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Staff
Administration
Dean
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yusri bin Yusof
Ph.D (Manufacturing Eng.) (Loughborough Univ., UK), MSc. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM), Dip. Ed.
(UTM/ITTHO), BSc. (Hons) (Mech. Eng.) (UTM/ITTHO)
Deputy Dean (Research and Development)
Dr. Ahmad Jais bin Alimin
Ph.D (Automotive Emissions) (Coventry Univ.), MEng. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.
Eng.) (Imperial College London)
Deputy Dean (Academic and International)
Dr. Shahruddin bin Mahzan @ Mohd Zin
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (Univ. Sheffield), BEng. (Hons) (Mech. & Material) (UKM)
Office Secretary
Pn. Zarina binti Atan
Pn. Nurulhuda binti Abdul Latip
Dip. (Office Mgmt. & Technology) (UiTM)
Senior Assistant Registrar
Pn. Hazifa Hani binti Ramli
Bachelor (UM)
Assistant Registrar (Academic & Student Affairs)
Pn. Fazrina binti Mohd Masrom
BEng. (Chemical) (UTM)
Senior Administrative Officer Assistant (Academic & Student Affairs)
En. Zuikarnain bin Daud
Assistant Information Technology Officer
En. Noor Nasriq bin Selamat
Dip. (Information Technology) (Kolej Polytech MARA)
Administrative Assistant (Finance & Asset)
En. Fatahullah bin Bachok
Dip. (Architect Technology) (UTM)
Senior Administrative Officer (Development & Graduate Studies)
En. Mohd Izham bin Ramli
Dip. (Hotel Management) (UTM)
Head Administrative Assistant (Office Administration)
Pn. Halimah Jan binti Fakir
STPM Science
Accountant Assistant (Finance & Asset)
Pn. Nurhuda binti Abdul Samad
SPM Accounting
Administrative Assistant (Development & Graduate Studies Unit)
Pn. Azlin binti Masah
SPM Sastera
Administrative Assistant (Finance & Asset Unit)
En. Zamri bin Ahmad
Dip. (Electronic Eng.) (Institut Teknologi MiDAS)
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Administrative Assistant (Office Administration Unit)
Pn. Zalina binti Omar
Dip. (IT) (SAL College)
Administrative Assistant (Academic & Student Affairs Unit)
Pn. Norain binti Azal
Dip. (IT) (YPJ Community College)
Office Assistant (Office Administration Unit)
En. Norhuda bin Bunawar
Office Assistant (Academic & Student Affairs Unit)
En. Syahril bin Suleiman
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Department of Mechanic
Academic Staff
Head of Department
Dr. Badrul Aisham bin Md Zain
Ph.D (Control Eng.) (Univ. Sheffield), MEng. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech. Eng.) (UM)
Prof. Hj. Mohd Imran bin Hj. Ghazali
MEng. (Noise & Vibration) (Univ. Southampton), BEng. (Mech.) (Univ. Glaslow), Dip. (Mech.
Eng.) (UTM)
Dr. Noormaziah binti Jafferi
Ph.D (Control Eng.) (Univ. Sheffield), BEng. (Mech. System) (Univ. Tokushoku)
Dr. Waluyo Adi Siswanto
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (RMIT), MEng. (Mech. Eng.) (RMIT), BEng. (Mech.) (UGM)
Dr. Muhd Hafeez bin Zainulabidin
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (Univ. Strathclyde), BEng. (Hons) (Mech. Eng.) (UMIST)
Dr. Mohammad Sukri bin Mustapa
PhD. (Mech. Eng.) (Nagaoka Univ. Tech.), MEng. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM), BSc. (Mech. Eng.)
(UTM), Dip. Ed. (UTM), Cert. (Poly.)
Dr. Abdul Latif bin Mohd Tobi
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (Univ. Nottingham), BEng. (Hons) (Mech. Eng.) (Univ. Nottingham)
Dr. Mohd Halim Irwan bin Ibrahim
BEng. (Mech. System) (UTM)
Dr. Musli Nizam bin Yahya
Ph.D (Env. Eng.) (Oita Univ., Japan), BEng. (Mech. Eng.) (KUiTTHO), Dip. (Manufacturing
Eng.) (POLIMAS)
Dr. Al Emran bin Ismail
Ph.D (Mech. & Material Eng.) (UKM), MSc. (Fatigue & Fracture) (UiTM), BEng. (Mech.
Eng.) (UPM)
Dr. Saifulnizan bin Jamian
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (Nagoya Inst. Tech., Japan), MSc. (Mech. & Materials Eng.) (UKM), BEng.
(Mech. & Materials) (UKM)
Dr. Mohd Khir bin Mohd Nor
Ph.D (Applied Mechanics-Structures, Crash & Impact) (Cranfield Univ.), MSc. (Structures,
Crashworthiness & Impact) (Univ. Cranfield), BEng. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM)
En. Muhamad Khairudin bin Awang
MEng. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech. Eng.) (KUiTTHO), Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (PUO), Cert.
(Mech. Eng.) (PUO)
En. Amin Shah bin Omar
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), Post. Cert. (Maktab Teknik), BEng. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM)
En. Khairulnizam bin Ngadimon
BEng. (Mech. Eng.) (UiTM)
Pn. Fazimah binti Mat Noor
BEng. (Mech.) (KUiTTHO)
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En. Rosli bin Asmawi
MSc. (Materials Eng.) (UIAM), BSc. (Manufacturing Eng.) (Univ. Portsmouth), Dip.
(Manufacturing Eng.) (Politeknik)
En. Mohd Amran bin Hj Madlan
BEng. (Mechanical Eng.) (UTHM)
En. Maznan bin Ismon
BEng. (Hons) (Mechanical Eng.) (USM)
En. Shaiful Rizal bin Hj. Masrol
BEng. (Mechanical Eng.) (UTM)
En. Wan Mohd Wardi bin Wan Abdul Rahman
MEng. (Mechanical Eng.) (UKM), BEng. (Mechanical Eng.) (UKM)
En. Shahmir Hayyan bin Sanusi
BEng. (Hons) (Mechanical Eng.) (UTHM)
En. Nor Azali bin Azmir
MEng. (UKM), BEng. (Hons) (Mechanical Eng.) (UTM)
En. Muhammad Faisal bin Mahmod
MEng. (UKM), BEng. (Hons) (Mechanical) (UTHM), Dip. (Mechanical Eng.) (KUiTTHO)
En. Hui Kar Hoou
MEng. (UKM), BEng. (Hons) (Mechanical Eng.) (UTHM)
En. Mohd Azhar bin Harimon
BEng. (Hons) (Mechanical Eng.) (UTM)
En. Mohd Norihan bin Ibrahim @ Tamrin
BEng. (Mechanical Eng.) (Univ. Plymouth), Dip. (Aeronautical) (UTM)
En. Kamarul Azhar bin Kamarudin
MEng. (Mechanical Eng.) (UTM), BEng. (Aerospace) (UPM), Dip. (Mechanical Eng.) (PPD),
Cert. (Mechanical Eng.) (PPD)
En. Zamri bin Noranai
BEng. (Mechanical Eng.) (UiTM), Dip. (Mechanical Eng.) (UiTM)
Pn. Hanani binti Abd Wahab
BEng. (Mechanical Eng.) (Kyushu Institute of Technology)
Pn. Sri Yulis binti M. Amin
BEng. (Mechanical Eng.) (KUiTTHO)
En. Ramhuzaini bin Abd Rahman
BEng. (Mechanical System) (Kyushu Institute of Technology)
Pn. Zaleha binti Mohamad
BEng. (Mechanical Eng.) (KUiTTHO)
En. Mohd Zamani bin Ngali
BEng. (Mechanical Eng.) (UNITEN)
En. Izzuddin bin Zaman @ Bujang
BEng. (Mechanical Eng.-Material) (UKM)
Pn. Noradila binti Abdul Latif
MEng. (Mechanics) (UKM), BEng. (Civil) (UTHM)
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Pn. Eliza binti Md Yusup
MEng. (Civil & Structure) (UTM), BEng. (Mechanical Eng.) (UTHM), Dip. (Mechanical Eng.)
(KUiTTHO)
En. Muhammad Aliuddin bin Bakar
BEng. (Hons) (Mechanical Eng.) (UKM)
En. S. Kanna a/l Subramaniyan
BEng. (Hons) (Mechanical Eng.) (UTHM)
Pn. Nur Hafizzah binti Hassan
BEng. (Mechanical & Manufacturing Eng.) (UTHM)
Supporting Staff
Haji Saifulfazad bin Ahmad
En. Bohari bin Ismanqun
En. Md Zainorin bin Kasron
En. Mohd Yusof bin Sahil
En. Mohd Raminhizad bin Abd Razaman
En. Yaacub Zaki bin Ali
En. Mahyan bin Nasoha
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Department of Material and Design
Academic Staff
Head of Department
Dr. Nur Azam bin Badarulzaman
Ph.D (Materials Eng.) (USM), MSc. (Materials Eng.) (USM), BEng. (Hons) (Materials) (USM)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Badrul bin Omar
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (Leeds), MSc. (Distinction) (Computer Aided Eng.) (Liverpool John
Moore), Post Graduate Certificate of Education (Malayan Teachers College, Penang), BSc.
(Hons) (Mech. Eng.) (Leeds)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zawati binti Harun
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (Wales), M.Sc (Materials Eng.) (USM), B.Eng. (Hons) (Materials) (USM)
Dr. Anika Zafiah binti Mohd Rus
Ph.D (Polymer Sc. and Eng) (Univ. Warwick), Master Tech. and Vocational (UTM), BEng.
(Hons.) (Mechanical-Manufacturing) (UTM), Dip. (Rubber & Plastic) (UiTM)
Dr. Hariati binti Mohd Taib
Ph.D (Materials Science and Eng.) (Univ. New South Wales, Australia), MSc. (Materials Eng.)
(USM), BEng. (Hons) (Materials) (USM)
Dr. Sufizar binti Ahmad
Ph.D (UKM) (Metal Foaming & Material Processing), MSc. (Materials Eng.) (USM), BEng.
(Hons) (Materials) (USM)
Dr. Maizlinda Izwana binti Idris
Ph.D (Materials Science & Eng.) (Univ. New South Wales, Australia), MSc. (Materials Eng.)
(USM), BEng. (Hons) (Materials) (USM)
Dr. Hasan Zuhudi bin Abdullah
Ph.D (Materials Science & Eng.) (Univ. New South Wales, Australia), MSc. (Materials Eng.)
(USM), BEng. (Hons) (Materials) (USM)
Dr. Nik Hisyamudin bin Muhd Nor
Dr. Eng. (Toyohashi Univ. Tech.), MEng. (Production Eng.) (Toyohashi Univ. Tech.), BEng.
(Production Eng.) (Toyohashi Univ. Tech.), Dip. Eng (Mech. Eng.) (Miyakonojo National
College Tech.), Cert. Japan Language (PPKTJ-UTMKL)
Dr. Sia Chee Kiong
Dr. Eng. (Frontier Material) (Nagoya Inst. Tech.), MEng. (Mech.) (UTHM), BSc. Mech. Eng.
(ITTHO-UTM), Dip. Mech. Eng. (PKS)
Dr. Wan Nur Azrina binti Wan Muhammad
Dr. Eng. (Material) (Nagaoka Univ. Tech.), MSc (Materials Eng.) (USM), B.Eng. (Hons)
(Materials) (USM)
Dr. Zakiah binti Kamdi
Ph.D (Materials Eng.) (Nottingham), MSc. (Materials Eng.) (USM), BEng. (Hons) (Materials)
(USM)
Pn. Azzura binti Ismail
MSc. (Materials Eng.) (USM), BEng. (Hons) (Materials) (USM)
Hj. Mohd Azwir bin Azlan
MSc. (Innovation & Eng. Design) (UPM), BEng. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM)
En. Mohd Azham bin Azmi
BEng. (Hons.) (Manufacturing Eng.-Eng. Materials) (UTEM)
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En. Ashari bin Kasmin
BEng. (Hons.) (Mech.) (UiTM), Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (UiTM)
Hj. Abd Khalil bin Abd Rahim
BEng. (Hons) (Mineral Resources) (USM)
Pn. Raudhah binti Othman
MSc. (Materials Eng.) (UniMAP), BEng. (Hons.) (Metallurgical Eng.) (UniMAP)
En. Muhammad bin Zulkipli
BEng. (UTHM), Dip. Eng. (UiTM)
En. Muhammad Aimullah bin Abdullah
MEng. (UTM), BEng. (KUiTTHO)
En. Helmy bin Mustafa El Bakri
MSc. (Innovation & Engineering Design) (UPM), BSc. (Dip-Ing) (Mech. Eng.) (FH AlbstadtSigmaringen)
Pn. Norhasikin binti Ismail
MEng. (Mechanics) (UKM), BEng. (Hons.) (Chemical Eng) (UiTM), Dip. Industrial Chemistry
(UiTM)
Pn. Norwahdah binti Rahmat
MEng. (Mechanics) (UKM), BEng. (Mech. Eng.) (UTHM), Dip. (Mech. Eng. with Ed.)
(KUiTTHO)
Pn. Hamimah binti Abd Rahman (Study Leave)
MSc. (Materials Eng.) (USM), BEng. (Hons) (Meterials) (USM)
En. Mohamed Nasrul bin Mohd Hatta (Study Leave)
BSc. (Materials Science) (UKM)
En. Mohd Nizam bin Katimon (Study Leave)
BEng. (Mechanical-Material) (UKM)
Pn. Ainun Rahmahwati binti Ainuddin (Study Leave)
MSc. (Materials Eng.) (USM), BEng. (Hons) (Materials) (USM)
Pn. Rosniza binti Hussin @ Isa (Study Leave)
MSc. (Materials Eng.) (USM), BEng. (Hons) (Materials) (USM)
Pn. Siti Aida binti Ibrahim (Study Leave)
MSc. (Mineral Resources Eng.) (USM), BEng. (Hons) (Mineral Resources) (USM)
En. Ahmad Mubarak bin Tajul Arifin (Study Leave)
MSc. (Innovation & Eng. Design) (UPM), BEng. (Hons.) (Materials Eng.) (UniMAP),
Pn. Sharifah Adzila binti Syed Abu Bakar (Study Leave)
MSc. (Polymer Tech.) (UTM), BEng. (Materials Eng.) (UniMAP),
En. Mohd Fahrul bin Hassan (Study Leave)
MEng. (Mech. Eng.) (UTHM), BEng. (Hons.) (Mech. Eng.) (KUiTTHO)
Cik Koh Ching Theng (Study Leave)
MSc. (Mech. Eng.) (Rochester), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
En. Imran bin Razali (Study Leave)
BEng. (Hons) (Mech. Eng.) (Univ. Auckland)
En. Muhamad Zaini bin Yunos (Study Leave)
BEng. (Chemical-Polymer) (UTM)
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Supporting Staff
Hj. Joharudin bin Bilaji
Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (Manufacturing), Cert. (Machinery Eng.) (General)
Hj. Mohd Tarmizi bin Nasir
Cert. (Mech. Eng.)
En. Fazlannuddin Hanur bin Harith
Dip. (Mech. Eng.), Cert. (Mech. Eng.)
En. Mohd Rashid bin Kasmari
Cert. (General Machinery Eng.)
Pn. Hellyana binti Mohd Yatim
Dip. (Mech. Eng.), Cert. (Mech. Eng.) (Manufacturing)
Hj. Abu Bakar bin Ahmad
Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (Manufacturing), Cert. (Mech. Eng.) (Production)
En. Mohd Wahid bin Abd Rahman
Cert. (Electronic Eng. & Computer)
En. Anuar bin Ismail
Dip. (Tech. of Mech. Eng.) (KUiTTHO), Cert. (Mech. Eng.-Automotive) (PPD)
En. Shahrul Mahadi bin Samsudin
Cert. (Mech. Eng.) (Packaging)
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Department of Manufacturing and Industry
Academic Staff
Head of Department
Dr. Md Saidin bin Wahab
Ph.D (Manufacturing) (Univ. Leeds), M.Eng (Mech.) (Univ. South Australia), Dip. (Ed.)
(UTM), BSc. (Mech.) (UTM), Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM)
Professor Dr. Sulaiman bin Hj. Hasan
Ph.D (Manufacturing & Mech.) (Univ. Birmingham), MSc. Eng. (Advanced Manufacturing
System) (Univ. Liverpool), BSc. (Production Eng.) (Univ. Birmingham), Dip. (Ed.) (UM)
Prof. Ir. Dr. Saparudin bin Ariffin
Ph.D (Manufacturing Control System) (Loughborough Univ.), MSc. (System Eng.) (Univ.
Wales), BSc. (Mech. Eng.) (Brighton Polytechnic), Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Khalid bin Hasnan
Ph.D (Manufacturing Modelling & Simulation) (Sheffield Hallam Univ.), MSc. (Automotive
Eng.) (Univ. Southampton), Dip. (Ed.) (UKM), BSc. (Mech. Eng.) (Univ. Birmingham)
Dr. Rosli bin Ahmad
Ph.D (Manufacturing) (Univ. Wales), BEng. (Aerospace Eng.) (UPM)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Amri bin Lajis
Ph.D Eng. (Metal Cutting) (IIUM), MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM), Dip.
(Mech. Eng.) (ITM)
Dr. Mustaffa bin Haji Ibrahim
Ph.D (Manufacturing Eng.) (Kyushu Inst. Tech.), MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.)
(UTM), Dip. (Ed.) (UTM/ITTHO)
Dr. Mohd Radzi bin Mohamed Yunus
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (Swansea Univ.), MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (Wichita State
Univ.), Dip. (Ed.) (UTM)
Dr. Sh Salleh bin Sh Ahmad
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (UTHM), MEng. (Mgt. Tech.) (UTM), BSc. (Mech. Eng.) (Univ. Alabama)
Dr. Sivaprakasam Thamizhmanii
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (UTHM), MEng. (Mech.) (Madras Ins. Tech.), BSc. (Mech. Eng.) (College
of Eng., Anna Univ.)
Dr. Mohd Sallehuddin bin Yusof
Ph.D (Manufacturing Eng.) (Swansea Univ.), BEng. (Mech. Robotic) (Sasebo National Tech.)
Dr. Erween bin Abd Rahim
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (Tokyo Univ.), MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
Dr. -Ing. Ng Chuan Huat
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (Otto-Von-Guericke Univ.), MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM),
Cert. (Mech. Eng.) (Politeknik Kuching)
En. Abdullah bin Wagiman
MEng. (Mech.) (UM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM), Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (ITM)
En. Musli bin Mohammad
MSc. (Industrial & System Eng.) (UPM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
En. Mohd Shahir bin Yahya
MEng. (Manufacturing Systems Eng.) (UPM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
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En. Shazarel bin Shamsudin
MEng. (Manufacturing Systems Eng.) (UPM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
En. Zazuli bin Mohid
BSc. (Mechnical Eng.) (Yamaguchi Univ.)
Dr. Ibrahim bin Masood
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (UTM), MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
En. Azriszul bin Mohd Amin
BEng. (Mech.) (Univ. Liverpool)
En. Noor Hakim bin Rafai
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (Univ. Lancaster), Dip. (CAD) (St. Helens College)
En. Kamaruddin bin Kamdani
MSc. (Manufacturing Eng.) (UIA), BSc. (Mech. Eng.) (Univ. Hartford)
En. Haffidzudin bin Hehsan
BEng. (Mech.) (Swinburne Univ. Tech.)
Pn. Saliza Azlina binti Osman
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
Pn. Sulastri binti Sabudin
MEng. (Mech.) (UTHM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
En. Khairu bin Kamarudin
BEng. (Mech.) (UTHM)
En. Ghazali bin Kadis
Dip. (Manufacturing Tech.) (PPD), Cert. (Manufacturing Tech.) (PUO)
En. Suhaimi bin Hassan
BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
En. Muharam Rafidi bin Jaafar
Dip. (Manufacturing) (PJB), Cert. (Mech.) (POLIMAS)
Pn. Haslina binti Abdullah
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
Pn. Norfazillah binti Talib
MEng. (Mech.) (UTHM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTHM)
Dr. Mohd Rasidi bin Ibrahim
Ph.D (Manufacturing Eng.) (Brunel Univ.), BEng. (Manufacturing) (Leeds Metro Univ.)
En. Mohammad Zulafif bin Rahim
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech. and Manufacturing) (UTM)
Pn. Aslinda binti Saleh
MEng. (Mech.) (UPM), BEng. (Mech.) (UiTM)
En. Lee Woon Kiow
MEng. (Mech.) (UPM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTHM)
Pn. Norirda binti Mohamed
MEng. (Mech.) (UKM), BEng. (Mech.) (UNIMAS)
En. Muhammad Farid bin Shaari
MEng. (Mechanical) (UTHM), BEng. (Manufacturing) (UKM)
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En. Omar Mohd Faizan bin Marwah
MEng. (Mech.) (UTHM), BEng. (Manufacturing) (UTM), Dip. (Mech.) (PPD), Cert. (Mech.)
(POLISAS)
En. Radin Khairilhijra bin Khirotdin
MSc. (Adv. Manufacturing System & Tech.) (Univ. Liverpool), BEng. (Mech.)(Univ. Hartford)
En. Mohd Azlis Sani bin Md Jalil
MEng. (Manufacturing) (UM), BEng. (Mechanical) (USM)
En. Nasuha bin Saude
MEng. (Mechanical) (UTM), BEng. (Mechanical) (UTM)
En. Muhammad Akmal bin Johar
MEng. (Mechatronics) (Univ. Appl. Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten, Germany), BEng.
(Mechatronic Electric) (UTM)
En. Azli bin Nawawi
BEng. (Mech.) (UTHM)
En. Reazul Haq bin Abdul Haq
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (Leeds Metropolitan Univ.)
En. Mohd Nasrull bin Abd Rahman
MSc. (Manufacturing System Eng.) (UPM), BEng. (Hons.) (Mech.) (UNISEL), Dip. (Mech.
Eng.) (UTM)
En. Ho Fu Haw
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTHM), Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (KUiTTHO)
En. Chong Siaw Hua
MSc. (Manufacturing System Eng.) (UPM), BEng. (Mech.) (KUiTTHO)
En. Said bin Ahmad
MEng. (Mech.) (UTHM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTHM)
Supporting Staff
En. An Amur Rahman bin Yunos
En. Mokhtar bin A. Hamid
En. Adam bin Masrom
En. Mohd Amin bin Badi
En. Khairul Anuar bin Salleh
En. Zahrul Hisham bin Othman
En. Ahmad Yazid bin Buang
En. Ramlee bin Hussin
En. Nizam bin Jamat
En. Mohd Faizal bin Jasman
En. Mohamed Ihsan Sabri bin Mohamed Nazar
En. Mohd Shafiq bin Yunus
En. Mohd Adib bin Ramzi
En. Muhammad Ghaus bin Mohd Supanji
En. Azmi bin Md Salleh
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Department of Plant and Automotive
Academic Staff
Head of Department
Dr. Hamidon bin Salleh
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (Iwate Univ.), MEng. (Mech.) (Iwate Univ.), BEng. (Mech.) (Iwate Univ.),
Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (Oyama National College Tech.)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Abdul Mutalib bin Leman
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (UiTM), MSc. (Emergency & Response Planning) (UPM), MEd. (PTV)
(UPM), BEng. (Mech.-Manufacturing) (UTM), Cert. (Mech. Eng.) (PUO)
Dr. Safiah bte Othman
Ph.D (Fluid Eng.) (UTHM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM), Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (UiTM)
Dr. Norzelawati bte Asmuin
Ph.D (Gas Eng.) (Salford Univ., UK), MEng. (Aeroangkasa) (UPM), BEng. (Mechanic &
Material) (UKM)
Dr. Bukhari bin Manshoor
Ph.D (Mech. Eng.) (Sheffield Univ.), MEng. (Mechanical) (UTM), MEng. (Mech.) (UTM),
BEng. (Mech.) (UiTM)
Dr. Amir bin Khalid
Dr. Eng. (Automotive) (Univ. Tokushima, Japan), MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.)
(UTM)
En. Winardi Sani
MEng. (Mech.) (Technical Univ. Braunschweig, Germany), BEng. (Mech.) (Technical Univ.
Braunschweig, Germany)
En. Mohd Faizal bin Mohideen Batcha
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
En. Md Nor Anuar bin Mohammad
MEng. (Mech.) (Nagaoka Univ. of Technology), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
Pn. Siti Mariam binti Basharie
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM), Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM)
Pn. Azmahani binti Sadikin
MSc. (Energy Systems & Thermal Processes) (Cranfield Univ.), BEng. (Mech.)(USM)
En. Md Norrizam bin Mohamad Jaat
MEng. (Mech.)(UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (Portsmouth), Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM), Cert. (Mech.
Eng.) (PUO)
En. Shahrin Hisham bin Aminordin
MEng. (Mech.) (UTHM), BEng. (Mech.) (USM)
En. Ahmad Daud bin Mohd Daim
Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (PUO), Cert. (Boilerman) (DOSH), Cert. (Welder) (CIDB)
Ir. Mohamad Norani bin Mansor
MEng. (Mech.) (KUiTTHO), BEng. (Mech.) (UiTM), Dip. (Mech. Eng. with Ed.) (KUiTTHO),
Cert. (Mech. Eng.) (PUO)
En. Mohamad Farid bin Sies
BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
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En. Hanis bin Zakaria
BEng. (Mech.)(UTM)
En. Norrizal bin Mustaffa
BEng. (Mech.)(UTM)
En. Mohd Shukri bin Ansar
Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (POLIMAS), Cert. (Petroleum Tech.) (INSTEP)
Pn. Norasikin binti Mat Isa
MSc. (Automotive Eng.) (Coventry), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
Pn. Zuliazura binti Mohd Salleh
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
Pn. Narisa binti Saat
MEng. (Chemical) (UKM), BEng. (Chemical) (UTM)
En. Nor Adrian bin Nor Salim
MEng. (Mech.) (UKM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTHM)
En. Ahmad Fu’ad bin Idris
MEng. (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
En. Mohammad Kamil bin Abdullah
MEng. (Mech.) (UTHM), BEng. (Mech.) (KUiTTHO)
En. Mas Fawzi bin Mohd Ali
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Electromechanical System) (UMIST)
En. Wan Saiful Islam bin Wan Salim
MSc. (Mech.) (USM), BEng. (Mech.) (USM)
Pn. Azian binti Hariri
M.Eng.(Mechanical)(UTHM),B.Eng.(Mechanical )University of Fukui
En. Suzairin bin Md Seri
MEng. (Mech.) (UTHM), BEng. (Mech.) (UiTM)
Pn. Normayati binti Nordin
MSc. (Energy Systems & Thermal Processes) (Cranfield), BEng. (Mech.) (KUiTTHO)
Pn. Nurul Fitriah binti Nasir
MEng. (Chemical) (UKM), BEng. (Chemical Polymer) (UTM)
En. Mohd Faisal bin Hushim
BEng. (Mech.) (UTHM)
En. Shahrul Azmir bin Osman
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM), Dip. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM)
En. Azwan bin Sapit
MEng. (Mech.) (Nagaoka Univ. Tech.), BEng. (Mech.) (Univ. Tokushima)
En. Mohd Azhari bin Razali
MEng. (Mech.) (Nagaoka Univ. Tech.), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
En. Akmal Nizam bin Mohamad
MSc. (Mech. Eng.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (Michigan)
En. Rais Hanizam bin Madon
BEng. (Chemical) (UMP)
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En. Siw Sin Chien
MEng. (Mech.) (Univ. Pittsburgh, U.S.A,), BEng. (Mechanical) (KUiTTHO)
En. Muhammad Syahid bin Chek Khairil Anwar
BEng. (Automotive) (Univ. Tokai)
En. Ishkrizat bin Taib
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UTM)
En. Adam bin Kasani
MEng. (Mech.) (UTM), BEng. (Mech.) (UiTM)
Staf Sokongan
En. Mohd Isa bin Rosdi
En. Rosman bin Tukiman
En. Mohd Sany bin Kassim
En. Zainal Abidin bin Alias
En. M. Zahar bin Abd Jalal
En. Mohamad Asrul bin Bosiran
En. Mohd Haidi bin Md Ishak
En. Hasrul bin Ismail
En. Mohd Azizi bin Mohd Afandi
En. Saad bin Mat
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Curriculum of Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering with Honours
Table 1: Summary of curriculum of Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering with Honours
Year Semester
I
1
II
I
2
II
I
3
II
III
I
4
II
Code of courses
UWS10103/ UWS10303
Courses
Credit
Malaysian Nationhood and Current Development/ Malaysian Studies
3
and Culture
BDA14003
Engineering Mathematics I
3
BDA10703
Technical Drawing and CAD
3
BDA10203
Statics
3
BDA18201
Mechanical Engineering Workshop I
1
BDA10803
Material Science
3
UWA10302
Islamic and Asian Civilisation
2
UWB10202
Effective Communication
2
UQ*1xx01
Co-Curriculum I
1
UWB10102
Academic English
2
BDA14103
Engineering Mathematics II
3
BDA10903
Solid Mechanics I
3
BDA17101
Engineering Laboratory I
1
BDA18301
Mechanical Engineering Workshop II
1
BDA14303
Electrical and Electronic Technology
3
UWA10102/UWA10202 Islamic Studies/ Moral Studies
2
UWB20302
Technical Writing
2
BDA24003
Engineering Mathematics III
3
BDA20103
Dynamics
3
BDA20303
Mechanics of Machine
3
BDA27301
Engineering Laboratory II
1
BDA20603
Fluid Mechanics I
3
BDA27401
Engineering Laboratory III
1
UWS10202/UWB11202 Ethnic Relations / Malay Language
2
UWB1xx02
Foreign Language
2
BDA24103
Engineering Statistics
3
BDA24202
Computer Programming
2
BDA20402
Engineering Material Selection
2
BDA20903
Solid Mechanics II
3
BDA20703
Thermodynamics I
3
BDA27501
Engineering Laboratory IV
1
UQ*1xx01
Co-Curriculum II
1
BDA34003
Engineering Mathematics IV
3
BDA30203
Fluid Mechanics II
3
BDA30403
Thermodynamics II
3
BDA30903
Solid Modelling
3
BDA37201
Engineering Laboratory V
1
BDA30703
Control Engineering
3
BDA31302
Occupational Safety and Health
2
BDA30502
Manufacturing Technology
2
BDA30603
Heat Transfer
3
BDA31003
Finite Element Method
3
BDA31103
Vibration
3
BDA31203
Mechanical Component Design
3
BDA37301
Engineering Laboratory VI
1
BDA38004
Industrial Training
4
BDA10602
Creativity and Innovation
2
BPK20802
Entrepreneurship
2
BPK30902
Engineering Economy
2
BDA40703
Industrial Engineering
3
BDA40804
Integrated Engineering Design
4
BDA49002
Bachelor Degree Project I
2
BDA40502
Engineers and Society
2
BDA49104
Bachelor Degree Project II
4
BD*4xx03
Elective I
3
BD*4xx03
Elective II
3
Overall Total Credit
25
Total
16
18
18
18
17
17
4
15
12
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Year 1 Semester I
UWS10103 Malaysian Nationhood and Current Development
Synopsis
This course discusses on the fundamental concept, process of formation, and development of
Malaysia. It includes Malay Sultanate of Malacca Empire, imperialism and colonialism,
patriotisme and nationalism, the independence and formation of Malaysia, Constitution of
Malaysia, government system of Malaysia, main policies in national development, roles and
responsibilities of a citizen, and the success and challenges of Malaysia.
References
1. Mohd Ashraf Ibrahim (2004).Gagasan Bangsa Malayan yang Bersatu 1945-57. Bangi:
Penerbit UKM. [DS597 .M37 2004]
2. Nazaruddin Mohd Jali, Ma’rof Redzuan, Asnarulkhadi Abu Samah & Ismail Mohd Rashid
(2005). Pengajian Malaysia. Petaling Jaya: Prentice Hall. [DS596.6 .P46 2001 N2]
3. Noor Aziah Mohd Awal (2003). Pengenalan kepada Sistem Perundangan di Malaysia.
Petaling Jaya: International Law Book Services. [KPG68 .N66 2003]
4. Ruslan Zainudin, Mohd Mahadee Ismail & Zaini Othman (2005). Kenegaraan Malaysia.
Shah Alam: Fajar Bakti. [JQ715 .R87 2005]
5. Andaya, B.W. & Andaya, L.Y. (1982). A History of Malaysia. London: Macmillan. [DS
596.A52 2001]
6. Abdul Aziz Bari (2002). Majlis Raja-Raja : Kedudukan dan Peranan dalam Perlembagaan
Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka. [JQ1062.A58 .A39 2002]
7. Aziz Deraman (1992). Tamadun Melayu dan Pembinaan Bangsa Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur:
Arena Ilmu Sdn. Bhd. [HN700.6 .A952 2000]
UWS10303 Malaysian Studies and Culture
Synopsis
This course will provide students in basic understanding of Malaysia from various perspectives.
Topics to be discussed include Malaysia in relation to its history, achievement and international
affairs. In addition, students will also be exposed to the ethnic composition of the country,
culture and heritage. Teaching and learning process enables student to acquire knowledge and
appreciates the reality of life in Malaysia through experiential learning.
References
1. Abdul Halim Nasir (2004). “Mosque Architecture in the Malay World.” Bangi: Penerbit
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. [NA4670 .A23 2004]
2. Andaya, B.W. & Andaya, L. Y. (1982). “A History of Malaysia.” London: Macmillan.
[DS596 .A52 2001]
3. Francis Loh kok Wah & Khoo Boo Teik (2002). Democracy in Malaysia. Cornwall:
Curzon Press
4. Khoo Kay Kim (2001). “Malay Society: Tranformation and Democratisation.” Kelana
Jaya: Pelanduk Publications
5. Mohamed Noordin Sopiee (1974). “From Malayan Union to Singapore Separation,
Political Unification in the Malaysian Region, 1945-65.” Kuala Lumpur: University of
Malaya Press. DS597 .M56 2005
6. Nazaruddin Mohd. Jali (2003). “Malaysian Studies: Nationhood and Citizenship.” Petaling
Jaya: Pearson Prentice Hall.
7. Yahaya Ismail (1989). “The Cultural Heritage of Malaysia.” Kuala Lumpur: Dinamika
Kreatif Sdn. Bhd.
BDA14003 Engineering Mathematics I
Synopsis
Function: Techniques of function: Introduction to function, domain and range. Operation.
Limits and Continuity. Differentiation and Applications: Techniques of differentiation: product
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References
1. Abd. Wahid Md. Raji, Hamisan Rahmat, Ismail Kamis, Mohd Nor Mohamad, Ong Chee
Tiong. (2008). “Calculus for Science and Engineering Students.” Malaysia: UTHM
Publication. [QA303.3 .C34 2008 a]
2. Anton, H., Bivens, I., Davis, S. (2005). “Calculus.” 8th Ed. USA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
[QA303 .A576 2005]
3. Smith, R. T., Minton, R. B. (2006). “Calculus: Concept & Connection.” New York:
McGraw-Hill. [QA303.2 .S64 2006]
4. Goldstein, Larry, Lay, David, Schneider, David. (1996). “Calculus and its Applications.
Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education. [QA303 .G63 1996]
5. Stroud, K. A., Booth D.J. (2007). “Engineering Mathematics.” 6th Ed. London: Macmillan
Press Ltd. [TA330 .S77 2007]
BDA10703 Technical Drawing and CAD
Synopsis
This course provides the student with the skill to produce technical drawing using the following
drafting skills i.e. manual lettering, technical drafting, basic geometric construction, single and
multi-view drawings, scale measurement and the reading of technical drawings through
drawings and related assignment. Students will also learn to develop their skill with the use of
AutoCAD software.
References
1. Gieseckle, Mitchel. Hill (2000), Engineering Graphics, Seventh Edition, Prentice Hall,
Prentice Hall. [T467 .E53 2000]
2. Mohd Fadzli Daud and Khairul Anuar Hanafiah (2000), Panduan Asas Lukisan
Kejuruteraan, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor, Malaysia.
3. Call number: TA175 .M42 2000. Khairul Anuar Hanafiah (2006), Lukisan Kejuruteraan
Berbantu Komputer – Edisi Kedua, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor, Malaysia.
[TA174 .K42 2006]
4. Jamaluddin Mohd Taib, Khairul Anuar Hanafiah dan Mohd Fadzli Daud (2006),
Rekabentuk Berbantu Komputer – Asas Pemodelan, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor,
Malaysia. [QA76.76.D47 .J35 2006]
BDA10203 Statics
Synopsis
This course is designed to provide the student with a clear and through presentation of the
theory and applications of engineering mechanics - Statics. This course through its 6 chapters,
has been shaped in a way of which the principles are applied first to simple, then to more
complicated situations. Each principle is applied first to a particle, then to a rigid body
subjected to a coplanar system of forces, and finally to a general case of three-dimensional force
systems acting on a rigid body. It begins with an introduction to mechanics - Statics, and are
followed by the concept of equilibrium of a particle and rigid body, discussion of both
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Year 1 Semester I
rule, quotient rule. Chain rule. Implicit differentiation. Higher derivatives. Differentiation of
implicit functions, parametric equations and inverse functions. Applications: rates of change,
maximum and minimum problems, sketching rational functions. L’Hopital’s Rule:
Indeterminate form of type 0/0, ∞/∞, 0 • ∞, 00, ∞0, 1∞, ∞ – ∞. Integration: Techniques of
integration: integration by substitution, integration by parts, integrating rational functions,
integrating power of trigonometric functions, rational functions of sine and cosine, integrating
hyperbolic functions and integration by trigonometric and hyperbolic substitution. Further
Differentiation and Integration and Applications: Derivatives and integrals involving inverse
trigonometric and hyperbolic functions. Applications: arc length, surface area of revolution,
curvature.
Year 1 Semester I
concentrated and distributed force systems, the equilibrium of trusses, frames and machines, the
centroid and centre of gravity and frictional forces.
References
1. Hibbeler, Russell C, 2009. Engineering Mechanics - Statics, 12th Edition, NJ: Pearson.
[TA351 .H52 2009]
2. Meriam J.L. and Kraige L. G., 2007. Engineering Mechanics- Statics, 6th Edition, NJ: John
Wiley. [TA350 .M47 2007]
3. Bear, F.P, and Johnson, E.R, 2004. Vector Mechanics for Engineers - Statics, 9th Edition,
New York: McGraw - Hill. [TA350 .V42 2010]
4. Ghazali, Mohd. Imran, 2002. Mekanik Kejuruteraan: Statik Teori, Contoh Penyelesaian
dan Masalah, Jilid 1, Unit Penerbitan Akademik, UTM. [TJ145 .M55 2002 v.1]
5. Ghazali, Mohd. Imran, 2002. Mekanik Kejuruteraan: Statik teori, Contoh Penyelesaian
dan Masalah, Jilid 2, Unit Penerbitan Akademik, UTM. [TJ145 .M55 2002 v.2]
BDA18201 Mechanical Engineering Workshop 1
Synopsis
Safety regulations, fitting, sheet metal forming, turning, grinding, welding and milling.
References
1. Richard R. Kibbe, John E. Neely, Roland O. Meyer, Warren T. White. (2006). “Machine
Tool Practices”. 8th ed. Prentice Hall. [TJ1185 .M32 2006]
2. Serope Kalpakjian & Steven R. Schmid. (2006). “Manufacturing Engineering and
Technology”. 5th ed. Prentice Hall. [TS176 .K34 2006]
3. Baldev Raj, V. Shankar, A. K. Bhaduri (2006). “Welding Technology for Engineers”.
Alpha Science. [TS227 .W45 2006]
4. E. N. Gregory et al. (2005). “Welding Symbols on Drawings”. CRC Press. [TS227.2 .G73
2005]
5. Sacks, Raymond J. & Bohnart, Edward R. (2005). “Welding: Principles and Practices”.
McGraw-Hill. [TS227 .S32 2005]
BDA10303 Materials Science
Synopsis
The course consists of Introduction; Materials Structure; Mechanical Properties of Materials;
Crystal Imperfections and Diffusion; Equilibrium Phase and Phase Transformation; Metal,
Ceramic, Polymer, Composite.
References
1. Callister, W.D. Jr. (2007), Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction, 7th Edition,
John Wiley. [TA403 .C33 2011]
2. Smith, W.F. (2004), Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering, 3rd Edition,
McGraw Hill.[TA403 .S64 2006]
3. Shackelford, J.F., (2005), Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers, 6th Edition,
Prentice Hall. [TA403 .S52 2005]
4. Budinski K.G., Budinski M.K., (2000), Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection,
Prentice Hall. [TA403 .B83 2005]
5. Schaffer, J.P., Saxena et al. (1999), The Science and Design of Engineering Materials, 2nd
Edition, McGraw-Hill.[TA403 .S34 1999]
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References
1. Saifullah Mohd Sawi (2009), Sejarah dan tamadun Islam di Asia Tenggara, Shah Alam
Karisma Publications, [BP63.A785 .S24 2009]
2. Sazelin Arif, (2007), Tamadun Islam dan tamadun Asia, Shah Alam, Selangor: McGraw
Hill. [BP190.5 .T35 2007]
3. Abu al-Fida al Hafiz Ismail ibn Kathir; penterjemah Zaidah Mohd Nor et al., (2005),
Sejarah tamadun Islam Ibn Kathir, Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka.
[DS36.85.I32 2005 v.1]
4. Mohd Liki Hamid (2003), Pengajian tamadun Islam, Bentong: PTS Publications and
Distributors. [DS36.85 .P46 2003]
5. Lok, Chong Hoe (1998), Tamadun Cina: falsafah, pandangan hidup dan aspek-aspek
kesenian, Kuala Lumpur: Pusat pembangunan dan Pendidikan Komuniti (CEDC) dan
Sekretariat Falsafah dan Sains Islam. Universiti Sains Malaysia. [DS721 .L64 1998]
6. Rajakrishnan Ramasamy & M Rajantheran, (1994), Pengantar tamadun India, Kuala
Lumpur: Penerbit Fajar Bakti. [DS425 .R34 1994]
7. Arkoun, Mohammed Ruslani (2001), Kontemporer: Menuju dialog antara agama,
Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar. [BP163 .A74 2001 N]
UWB10202 Effective Communication
Synopsis
This course emphasizes on task-based approach and focuses on developing students’ delivery of
speech in oral interactions and presentations. Importance is given on mastery of self-directed
learning, teamwork, research, oral presentations, reasoning and creativity. This course also
enables students to acquire knowledge and skills necessary for conducting and participating in
meetings, including writing of meeting documents. Students will also be exposed to the
techniques of conducting interviews.
References
1. Cheesebro,T, O’Connor, L. & Rios, F. (2007). Communication skills: preparing for career
success (3rd ed.) Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
2. Davies, W.J. (2001) Communication skills: a guide for engineering and applied science
student. London: Prentice Hall.
3. Joan van Emden, L. (2004). Presentation skills for students. New York: Palgrave
Macmillan.
4. Richard Johnson-Sheehan (2005). Technical Communication Today. New York: Pearson.
5. Salbiah Seliman et al. (2004). English Communication for learners in engineering.
Malaysia: Prentice Hall.
UQ*1xxx1 Co-Curriculum I
Synopsis
This course is offered in different activity options for Diploma students and undergraduates,
namely Sports and Recreational, Club/ Associations and Uniform Bodies.
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Year 1 Semester II
UWA10302 Islamic and Asian Civilisations
Synopsis
This course discusses on the introductory to civilization, its development, interaction between
civilizations, the Islamic civilization, Islam in Malay civilization; contemporary civilization
issues and the principles of Islam Hadhari.
Year 1 Semester II
UWB10102 Academic English
Synopsis
This course focuses on fulfilling students’ academic requirements such as the acquisition of
reading, writing, listening and speaking skills in English. The course also concurrently provides
opportunities for students to acquire basic grammar knowledge to complement the acquisition
of English language. Students will be reinforced on aspects of English language oral and written
skills that are most relevant to them in their academic work. By the end of the course, students
should be able to use English for a wide range of academic activities.
References
1. Abd. Aziz, A et al. (2005). English for Academic Communication. Kuala Lumpur: McGraw
Hill Malaysia. PE1128.A2 .E53 2005
2. Kaur, H. (2005). Explore MUET. Kuala Lumpur: Fajar Bakti Sdn. Bhd.
3. Koh, S.L. (2005). MUET Moments: Malaysia University English Test. Selangor: Pearson.
PE1128 .K63 2005
4. Richards, C. (2009). Longman Text MUET: A Strategic Approach. Petaling Jaya: Pearson
Malaysia. PE1128 .K97 2009
BDA14103 Engineering Mathematics II
Synopsis
First Order Differential Equation: Formation. Methods of solution: separating the variables,
homogeneous, linear and exact. Initial value problem. Applications: growth population,
Newton’s Law of cooling, linear motion, simple electric circuit. Second Order Linear
Differential Equation with Constant Coefficients: Methods of solution: method of undetermined
coefficients and method of variation of parameters. Applications in mechanical motions
includes free oscillations and force oscillations. Laplace Transforms: Definition. Linearity. First
shift theorem. Multiplying by t. Unit step functions. Delta functions. Second shift theorem.
Inverse Laplace transform: Definition and its properties. Convolution theorem. Solve initial and
boundary value problems for linear differential equations with constant coefficients which
involve unit step functions, Dirac Delta functions and periodic functions. Fourier Series: Fourier
series in interval (–l, l). Odd and even functions. Half range Fourier series. Partial Differential
Equation: Heat equations. Wave equations.
References
1. Abd. Wahid Md. Raji, Mohd Nor Mohamad. (2009). Differential Equations for
Engineering Students. Malaysia: Comtech Marketing Sdn. Bhd.
2. James, Glyn. (2011). Advanced Modern Engineering Mathematics. 3rd Ed. England.
Prentice Hall. [TA330 . A38 2011]
3. Peter V. O’Neil. (2012). Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Thomson Brooks/Cole.
[TA330 .O53 2012]
4. Stroud, K. A., Booth, D. J. (2003). Advanced Engineering Mathematics. 4th Ed. USA:
Palgrave Macmillan. [QA39.3 .S77 2003]
5. Stroud, K. A., Booth, D. J. (2007). Engineering Mathematics. 6th Ed. USA: Palgrave
Macmillan. [TA330 .S77 2007]
6. A.S. Sedra and K. C. Smith, (2004), Microelectronics Circuits, 5th Ed.; Oxford University
Press.
BDA10903 Solid Mechanics I
Synopsis
This course will cover the introduction to stress and strain concept where it will guide students
on how to elaborate further about material stress and strain. Chapter 1 is designed to provide
students with an opportunity to review the concepts learned in this course. Then, chapter 2
begins with a discussion of the shear force and bending moment. The fact that stresses depend
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References
1. Craig, R.R (2011) Mechanics of Materials, 3rd Edition, , John Wiley & Sons Inc, New
Jersey (TA405 .C72 2011)
2. Beer, F. P. (2009) Mechanics of Materials, 5th ed. McGraw-Hill, New York (TA405 .M45
2009)
3. Gere, J. M. and Goodno, B. J. (2009) Mechanics of Material, 7th Edition, Cengage
Learning, Canada (TA405 .G47 2009)
4. Riley W. Sturges, L. and Morris, D. (2007) Mechanics of Materials, 6th Edition, John
Wiley & Sons Inc, New Jersey (TA405 .R54 2007)
5. Ugural, Ansel, S. (2008) Mechanics of Materials,2nd Edition, John Wiley & Sons Inc, New
Jersey (TA405 .U38 2008)
BDA17101 Engineering Laboratory I
Synopsis
This course introduces students to knowledge and skills in electrical technology and material
science in workplace. Scope of study includes understand electrical system, measure electrical
resistant, current and volt in circuits, Kirchhoff’s law, basic electrical circuit theorem, type of
flow determination, atomic configuration in solids, porosity of ceramics, metallographic studies,
microstructure and hardness value.
Electrical Technology:
Quantity and Unit Components, Direct Current Measurement, Ohm and Kirchoff Law,
Superposition Theorem, Thevenin Theorem, Norton Theorem.
Material Sciences
These lab skills consist of Atomic Configuration in Solids, Determination of Density and
Porosity of Ceramics, Sample Preparation and Metallographic Studies, Heat Treatment and
Harden Ability Test (Jominy End Quenching).
References
1. Boylestad, R. 2007, “Introductory Circuit Analysis”, 11th Edition, Prentice Hall
International. [TK454 .B68.2007]
2. Boylestad, R. and Nashelsky L., 2006, “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”, 9th
Edition, Prentice-Hall International. [TK7867 .B69.2006]
3. Shackelford, J.S., 2005, “Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers”, 5th Edition,
Prentice Hall. [TA403 .S52.2005]
4. Smith W.F., 2004, “Principles of Materials Science and Engineering”, 3rd Edition,
McGraw-Hill. [TA403 .S54]
5. Callister Jr. W.D., 2007, “Materials Science And Engineering An Introduction” 7th Edition,
Butterworth-Heinemann. [ TA403 .C33.2007]
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upon the orientation of the surface on which they are computed is emphasized in Chapter
3(bending stress) and Chapter 4(torsion). Both of this chapter will help students realize the
limitations of the assumption of a linear stress-strain relation and serve to caution them against
the inappropriate use of the elastic torsion and flexure formula. The last two chapters consist of
thin cylinder and stress analysis which will guide students to determine the state of stress at a
point due to various combined loads such as thin walled pressure vessels. At the end of the
course, students will become thoroughly familiar with the fundamental method and realize that
stresses themselves are statically indeterminate and can be computed only by considering
distributions of strains.
Year 1 Semester II
BDA18301 Mechanical Engineering Workshop II
Synopsis
Safety practices, sand casting, plaster casting, lost foam casting, pneumatic control, electropneumatic and hydraulic.
References
1. P. L. Jain. (2003). “Principles of Foundry Technology”. 4th ed. Tata McGraw Hill. [TS230
.J34 2003]
2. J.Campbell. (2003). “Castings”. 2nd ed. Elsevier Butterworth Heinemann. [TS230 .C35
2003]
3. Jay F. Hooper. (2006). “Introduction to PLC’s”. Second Edition. Carolina Academic Press.
4. Jay F. Hooper. (2003). “Basic Pneumatics”. Carolina Academic Press.
5. Parr, Andrew. (1998). “Hydraulics and Pneumatics: A Technicians and Engineers Guide”.
Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann. [TJ840 .P27 1998]
6. Kandray, Daniel E. (2010). “Programmable Automation Technologies: An Introduction to
CNC, Robotics and PLCs”. New York: Industrial Press. [TS183 .K36 2010]
7. Manring, Noah D. (2005). “Hydraulic Control Systems”. John Wiley. [TJ843 .M36 2005]
BDA14303 Electrical and Electronic Technology
Synopsis
Basic Definition: current, voltage, power, energy, direction reference and poles. Ideal circuit
elements. Circuit theorems. Kirchhoff voltage and Kirchhoff current Law. DC circuit analysis
method: branch current analysis, current mesh analysis, nodal voltage analysis. Circuit
theorems: Superposition theorem, Millman, Thevenin and Norton. Energy storage elements:
capacitor and inductor. Single phase circuits analysis. Electric transformer
References
1. R.Boylestad and L. Nashelsky, (2006), Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, 9th Ed.;
Prentice Hall.
2. D.A. Neamen (2007). Microelectronics Circuit Analysis and Design, 3rd Ed.; McGraw Hill.
3. T.L. Floyd, (2005), Electronic Devices, 7th Ed., Prentice Hall.
4. A.P. Malvino, (2007), Electronic Principles, 7th Ed., McGraw Hill.
5. R.T. Paynter, (2006), Introductory Electronics Devices and Circuits, Conventional Flow
Version, 7th Edition; Prentice Hall.
6. T.F. Bogart, J. S. Beasley and G. Rico, (2004), Electronic Devices and Circuits; 5th Ed.,
Prentice Hall.
7. T.L. Floyd (2001). Electronics Fundamentals: Circuits, Devices and Applications, 5th Ed.,
Prentice Hall.
8. A.S. Sedra & K. C. Smith (2004). Microelectronics Circuits, 5th Ed.; Oxford Univ. Press.
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UWA10102 Islamic Studies
Synopsis
This course explains about Islamic concept as ad-deen. It discusses the study of al-Quran and
al-Hadith, Sunnism, schools of Islamic theology, development of schools of Fiqh, principles of
muamalat, Islamic Criminal Law, Islamic work ethics, issues in Islamic family law and current
issues.
UWA10202 Moral Studies
Synopsis
This course explains on concepts of moral, aspects of moral and its importance in daily lives,
Western moral theories and moral values of great religions of the world, moral values in work
and current moral issues.
References
1. Ahmad Khamis (1999). Etika Untuk Institusi Pengajian Tinggi. Kuala Lumpur. Kumpulan
Budiman. (LC 315 .M3 .A35 1999)
2. Eow Boon Hin (2002). Moral Education. Longman. (LC 268 .E48 2008)
3. Hussain Othman, S.M. Dawilah Al-Edrus, Berhannudin M. Salleh, Abdullah Sulaiman,
(2009). PBL Untuk Pembangunan Komuniti Lestari, Batu Pahat, Penerbit UTHM. (LB
1027.42 P76 2009a)
4. Hussain Othman (2009). Wacana Asasi Agama dan Sains, B. Pahat. Penerbit UTHM. (BL
240.3 H87 2009a)
5. Mohd Nasir Omar (1986). Falsafah Akhlak. Bangi. Penerbit UKM. (BJ 1291 .M524 2010)
UWB20302 Technical Writing
Synopsis
This course introduces students to report writing skills needed at tertiary level. Students will
learn basic report writing skills such as proposals, progress report, informational and analytical
report. In order do this, they will learn how to collect data using questionnaires. The data
collected will be analyzed, transferred into graphic forms and presented orally and in writing.
Based on the analysis of data, students will be able to draw conclusions and make
recommendations.
References
1. Dorothy Cheung et. al. (1999). Report writing for engineering students. 2nd ed. Singapore:
Prentice Hall. [PE1475 .R46 1999 N3]
2. Finkelstein, J. (2008). Pocket Book of technical writing. 3rd ed. Singapore: McGraw Hill.
[T11 .F56 2008]
3. Gerson, S. J. & Gerson, S. M. (2003). Technical writing: Process and product. 3rd ed. New
Jersey: Prentice Hall. [PE1475 .G47 2000]
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Year 2 Semester I
References
1. Harun Din (Dr.) (2001), Manusia Dan Islam, cetakan pertama, Kuala Lumpur: Dewan
Bahasa dan Pustaka. (BP174. M36 1990)
2. Ismail Haji Ali, (1995), Pengertian dan Pegangan Iktikad yang benar: Ahli Sunnah
WalJamaah: Kuala Lumpur: Penerbitan al-Hidayah. (BP166.78. P46 1995)
3. Mustafa Abdul Rahman (1998), Hadith 40, Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Pustaka Fajar.
(BP135. A2 M87 1998)
4. Mustafa Haji Daud (1989), Institusi Kekeluargaan Islam, Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Pustaka
dan Bahasa. (BP188.3. F3.M87 1989)
5. Paizah Haji Ismail (1991), Undang-undang Jenayah Islam, Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Pustaka
Islam, Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia. (BP144. P35 1991)
4.
5.
Kolin, P. C. (2006). Successful writing at work. Concise ed. USA: Houghton Mufflin
Company. [PE1408 .K64 2009]
Lakshmy Anantha Krishnan et al. (2003). Engineering your report: From start to finish.
Singapore: Prentice Hall. [T11 .E64 2006]
Year 2 Semester I
BDA24003 Engineering Mathematics III
Synopsis
This course introduce the Functions of Several Variables: Domains, ranges, contour line, level
curves and 3D-graphs. Partial derivatives and chain rules. Mixed derivatives. Total differentials
and exact differentials. Local and absolute extreme values of functions of two variables.
Multiple Integrations: Double integrals: Areas and volumes. Double integrals in polar
coordinates. Surface areas. Triple integrals: Volumes. Triple integrals in cylindrical and
spherical coordinates. Center of mass, center of gravity and inertial moments. Vector-valued
Functions: Definition and graphs. Differentiations and integrations. Tangent vectors, normal
vectors, arc length and curvature. Motion in a plane curve. Directional derivatives and gradients
of functions of two variables. Vector Calculus: Line integrals of scalar and vector field.
Independence of path and conservative vector field. Green Theorem. Surface integrals of scalar
and vector field. Gauss’s Theorem and Stokes Theorem.
References
1. Abd Wahid Md Raji, Phang Chang, Phang Piau, (2007). Engineering Mathematics III
BSM2913. Penerbit UTHM. (Learning Module)
2. Robert T. Smith, and Roland B. Minton (2007). Calculus Early Transcendental Function
(3rd Edition). New York: McGraw-Hill (QA303.2 .S644 2007).
3. James Stewart (2003). Calculus. USA. Thomson Learning Inc (QA303.2 .S72 2003).
4. Howard Anton, Irl Bivens, Stephen Davis (2002). Calculus (7th Edition). New York: John
Wiley. (QA303 .A576 2002).
5. Straud, K.A. (1996). Further Engineering Mathematics (3rd Edition). England: Macmillian
Publication (TA330 .S773 1996).
BDA20103 Dynamics
Synopsis
This course will cover the kinematics of particles, kinetics of particles, kinematics of rigid
bodies and kinetics of rigid bodies.
References
1. Hibbeler, R.C., (2011) Engineering Mechanics –Dynamics, 12th S.I. Edition, Prentice Hall.
Call Number: TA352 .H53.
2. Bear, F.P. and Johnson, E. R., (2007) Vector Mechanics for Engineers – Dynamics, 8th S.I.
Edition, McGraw Hill. Call Number: TA350 .B4.
3. Meriam, J.L. and Kraige, L. G., (2008) Engineering mechanics: Dynamics, 6th Edition,
John Wiley & Sons, Inc, New York. Call Number TA350 .M47.
4. Bedford, A. and Fowler, W. T. (2008) Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics, 5th S.I. Edition,
Prentice Hall, New Jersey. Call Number TA350 .B42.
5. Pytel, A. and Kiusalaass, J., (2010). Engineering Mechanics Dynamics, 3rd edition,
Cengage Learning. Call Number TA352 .P97.
BDA20303 Mechanics of Machine
Synopsis
This course introduces students to the basic principles, fundamental concepts, theory of
kinematics and dynamics of machinery. This subject covers several topics including gear
systems, balancing, power transmission (belting), friction in screws and nut, mechanism, cams
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and followers and brakes. These essential topics in machines will provide students with
proficient theoretical and graphical background in dealing with machine systems.
BDA27301 Engineering Laboratory II
Synopsis
This course introduces students to knowledge and skills in electrical technology and material
science in workplace. Scope of study includes understand electrical system, measure electrical
resistant, current and volt in circuits, Kirchhoff’s law, basic electrical circuit theorem, type of
flow determination, atomic configuration in solids, porosity of ceramics, metallographic studies,
microstructure and hardness value.
Electrical Technology:
Quantity and Unit Components, Direct Current Measurement , Ohm and Kirchoff Law,
Superposition Theorem, Thevenin Theorem, Norton Theorem.
Material Sciences
These lab skills consist of Atomic Configuration in Solids, Determination of Density and
Porosity of Ceramics, Sample Preparation and Metallographic Studies, Heat Treatment and
Harden Ability Test (Jominy End Quenching)
References
1. Boylestad, R., 2007, “Introductory Circuit Analysis”, 11th Edition, Prentice Hall
International. [TK454 .B68.2007]
2. Boylestad, R. and Nashelsky L., 2006, “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”, 9th
Edition, Prentice-Hall International. [TK7867 .B69.2006]
3. Shackelford, J.S., 2005, “Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers”, 5th Edition,
Prentice Hall. [TA403 .S52.2005]
4. Smith W.F., 2004, “Principles of Materials Science and Engineering”, 3rd Edition,
McGraw-Hill. [TA403 .S54]
5. Callister Jr. W.D., 2007, “Materials Science And Engineering An Introduction” 7th Edition,
Butterworth-Heinemann. [TA403 .C33.2007]
BDA20603 Fluid Mechanics I
Synopsis
This course will cover the Basic Principles of Fluid, Hydrostatic Pressure, Buoyancy and Effect
of Vertical Acceleration on Fluid Static, Continuity Equations, Bernoulli Equation, Momentum
Equation, Analysis of Flow in Pipes, Dimensional Analysis and Similarity and Fluid Flow in
Pipes.
References
1. Yunus A. Cengel & John M. Cimbala, Fluid Mechanics Fundamentals and Applications,
McGraw Hill, 2009. [TA357 .C46 2010]
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Year 2 Semester I
References
1. David H. Myszka, (2005). Machines and Mechanisms, 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall. [TJ175
.M97 2005]
2. B.K. Sarkar, “Theory of Machines”, 2002, Tata Mc-Graw. [Hill TJ170 .S27 2002]
3. Kenneth J. Waldron & Gary L. Kinzel, (2004). Kinematics, Dynamics, and Design of
Machinery: 2nd Edition, John Wiley & Sons. [TJ175 .W34 2004]
4. Robert L. Norton, (2008). Design of Machinery: 3rd Edition, Mc-Graw Hill. [TJ175 .N67
2008]
5. Arthur G. Erdman, George N. Sandor & Sridhar Kota, (2001). Mechanism Design:
Analysis and Synthesis Vol. 1: 4th Edition, Prentice Hall. [TJ230 .E72 2001 N2]
2.
3.
4.
5.
Bruce R. Munson et. al., Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, Wiley, 2010. [TA357 .M86
2010]
Frank M. White, Fluid Mechanics, McGraw Hill, 2011. [TA357 .W44 2011]
Merle C. Porter & David C. Wiggert, Mechanics of Fluid, 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall, 2002.
[TA357 .P73 2002 N1]
Massey et al., Mechanics of Fluids, Taylor & Francis, 2006. [TA357 .M36 2005]
Year 2 Semester I
BDA27401 Engineering Laboratory III
Synopsis
Course Synopsis is to enhance the students understanding of Mechanics of Machines and
Dynamics and to further investigate the principle and practical approaches of the subject. This
course covers several topics for Mechanics of Machines including undamped beam oscillation,
balancing of rotating mass, computerized gear systems, bevel gear, and belt friction on pulley.
This course also covers several topics for Dynamics including simple pendulum bob, projectile
motion, energy conservation, mechanism of crank and universal coupling.
References
1. S.L. Kakani, C. Hemrajani and Subhra, (2005), “Mechanics”, New Delhi: Anshan. Call
number: QA805 .K34 2005.
2. V. Ramamurti, (2005). ”Mechanics of Machines”, 2nd Edition, Harrow: Alpha Science.
Call number: TJ158 .R35 2005.
3. Hibbeler, R.C. (2007). “Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics”, 11th ed. in SI units,
Singapore: Pearson Education. Call Number: TA352 .H524 2007.
4. (2008). “Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics”, Toronto: Thomson Learning. Call Number:
TA352 .S684 2008.
5. Beer, F.P., Johnston, E. R. and Flori, R.E. (2008). “Mechanics for Engineers - Dynamics”,
5th Edition , New York : Mc Graw Hill. Call Number: TA350 .B444 2008.
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UWS10202 Ethnic Relations
Synopsis
This course focuses on the conceptual and practicality of the ethnic relation in Malaysia
community. The discussions comprise of fundamental concepts of ethnic relation and the
history of the construction of a plural society, constitution as the core of the societal life,
relationship between development and the ethnicity in the aspects of economy, politics and
social based on the government and society top-down and bottom-up approaches.
UWB11202 Malay Language
Synopsis
This course is designed for students to learn the basic Malay language. Students are exposed to
the skills of listening, reading, speaking, and writing with basic vocabulary, grammar and
structure. Students are also exposed to the real daily situations which will help them to
communicate using Malay language.
References
1. Asmah Hj. Omar (1985). Kamus Ayat .Eastview. PL5091 .A85 1985 rd
2. Asmah Hj. Omar. (1993). Susur Galur Bahasa Melayu. DBP : KL. PL5127 .A85 1993 N1
3. Asmah Hj. Omar. (1993). Nahu Melayu Mutakhir. DBP : KL. PL5137 .A85 1993
4. Ainun Mohd.(2011). Tesaurus Bahasa Melayu. PTS Professional Publishing. PL5123
.A364 2011
5. Nik Safiah Karim (2008). Tatabahasa Dewan. DBP. PL5108 .T37 2008 r
6. Kamaruddin Saad. (2009). 105 karangan bahasa melayu UPSR. Minerva Publishing. PL
5108 KAM 2009
UWB10602 French Language
Synopsis
This course is designed for students to learn the basic of French. Students are exposed to the
skills of listening, reading, speaking and writing with basic vocabulary, grammar and structure.
Students are also exposed to the real daily situations which will help them to communicate
using French.
References
1. Booth, Trudie Maria, 2008. French Verbs Tenses. Mc Graw-Hill. [PC 2271, U66 2008]
2. Heminway, Annie, 2008. Complete French Grammar. Mc Graw-Hill. [PC2112, H45 2008]
3. Price, Glanville, 2003. A Comprehensive French Grammar. Blackwell Publishing.
[PC2112. P74, 2003]
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Year 2 Semester II
References
1. Lembaga Penyelidikan Undang-undang (2003).Perlembagaan Persekutuan. Petaling Jaya:
International Law Book Services. [KPG 1744.51963.A3.A4 2003 rw]
2. Mansor Mohd. Noor, Abdul Rahman Abdul Aziz dan Mohamad Ainuddin Iskandar Lee
(2006). Hubungan Etnik di Malaysia. [DS595.m37 2006]
3. Nazri Muslim& Nasruddin Yunus. (2006). Hubungan Etnik. Selangor: Fulson Trading Co.
UTHM Library request]
4. Shamsul Amri Baharuddin (2007). Modul Hubungan Etnik. Shah Alam: Universiti
Teknologi MARA. [Modul Hubungan Etnik]
5. Zaid Ahmad, Ho Hui Ling, Sarjit Sing Gill, Ahmad Tarmizi Talib, Ku Halim Ku Arifin,
Lee Yok Fee, Nazri Muslim dan Ruslan Zainuddin (2006). Hubungan Etnik di Malaysia.
Shah Alam: Oxford Fajar Sdn. Bhd. [UTHM Library request]
6. Wan Hashim. (2011). Hubungan Etnik di Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur : Institut Terjemahan
Negara Malaysia. [XX (1302391]
4.
5.
Hatier, 1995. Le Nouveau Bescherelle Complete Guide 12 000 French Verbs. Paris:
Librairie Hatier.
Kaneman-Pougatch, Massia et al, 1997. Méthod de français: Café Crème 1. Paris: Hachette
F.L.E.
UWB10702 German Language
Synopsis
This course is designed for students to learn the basic German language. Students are
exposed to the skills of listening, reading, speaking, and writing with basic vocabulary,
grammar and structure. Students are also exposed to the real daily situations which will help
them to communicate using German language.
Year 2 Semester II
References
1. Astrid Henschel, 2006. German Verb Tenses. New York : McGraw-Hill.
2. [PF3301. H46 2006]
3. Gabriele Kopp, Siegfried Büttner, 2004. Planet 1: Deutsch für Jugendliche: Kursbuch.
Ismaning: Germany: Hueber Verlag. [PF3129. K664 2004]
4. Gabriele Kopp, Siegfried Büttner, 2004. Planet 1: Deutsch für Jugendliche: Arbeitsbuch.
Ismaning: Germany: Hueber Verlag. [PF3129. K664 2004)]
5. Heiner Schenke, 2004. Basic German: a grammar and workbook. London: Routledge.
[PF3112.5. 35 2004]
6. Robert Di Donato 2004. Deutsch, Na Klar! Boston: McGraw-Hill. [PF3112. D36 2004]
UWB10802 Japanese Language
Synopsis
This course is designed for students to learn the basic Japanese language. Students are exposed
to the skills of listening, reading, speaking, and writing with basic vocabulary, grammar and
structure. Students are also exposed to the real daily situations which will help them to
communicate using Japanese language.
References
1. M. Rajendran, (1991) : Malay Japanese English Dictionary, Petaling Jaya : Pelanduk
Publications. [PL5125 .R34 1991rd]
2. Rosmahalil Azrol Abdullah, (2008) : Bahasa Jepun (UMJ 1312) : Learning Module (2nd
Edition), Batu Pahat : Penerbit UTHM. [PL539.3 .R67 2008a]
3. Surie Network, (2000) : Minna no Nihongo : Kaite Oboeru, Tokyo : 3A Corporation.
[PL539.3 .M56 2000].
4. Surie Network, (1998) : Minna no Nihongo : Main Textbook - Shokyu 1, Tokyo: 3A
Corporation. [PL539.3 .M574 1998]
5. Surie, Network (2010) : AE Minna no Nihongo 1-1 Elementary : Main Textbook, Tokyo:
3A Corporation. [TK7885.7 .V44 2000r]
UWB10902 Mandarin Language
Synopsis
This course is designed for students to learn the basic of Mandarin. Students are exposed to the
skills of listening, reading, speaking and writing with basic vocabulary, grammar and structure.
Students are also exposed to the real daily situations which will help them to communicate
using Mandarin Language.
References
1. Lim Hong Swan, Yeoh Li Cheng, 2010. Mandarin Made Easy Through English. Batu
Pahat: Penerbit UTHM. [PL1129.E5 .L554 2009 a]
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Liping Jiang, (2006). Experiencing Chinese. China: Higher Education Press. [PL1129.E5
.T59 2006]
Kang Yuhua,(2005). Conversational Chinese 301. China:Beijng Language and Culture
University Press. [PL1121.C5 .K36 2005]
Kang Yuhua,(2007). Conversational Chinese 301:Vol. 2. China:Beijng Language and
Culture University Press. [PL1121.C5 .K364 2007]
Liu Xun,(2010). New Practical Chinese Reader : textbook. China:Beijng Language and
Culture University Press. [PL1129.E5 .L58 2010]
UWB11102 Spanish Language
Synopsis
This course is designed for students to learn basic Spanish language. Students are exposed to
the skills of listening, reading, speaking, and writing with basic vocabulary, grammar and
structure. Students are also exposed to the real daily situations which will help them to
communicate using Spanish language.
UWB11202 Arabic Language
Synopsis
This course is designed for students to learn the basic of Arabic. Students are exposed to the
skills of listening, reading, speaking and writing with basic vocabulary, grammar and structure.
Students are also exposed to the real daily situations which will help them to communicate
using Arabic.
References
1. Mohd Hisyam Abdul Rahim; Ahmad Sharifuddin Mustapha; Mohd Zain Mubarak. 2008.
2. Bahasa Arab UMR 1312. Batu Pahat: Penerbit UTHM. [PJ6115 .M445 2008 a]
3. Mohd Hisyam bin Abdul Rahim. 2005. Senang Berbahasa Arab. Batu Pahat: Penerbit
KUiTTHO. (NO RUJUKAN: PJ6115 .M44 2005 a)
4. Ab. Halim Mohammed; Rabiyah Hajimaming; Wan Muhammad Wan Sulong. 2007.
Bahasa Arab Permulaan. Serdang: Penerbit UPM. [PJ6065 .A32 2007]
5. Fuad Ni'mat. 1973. Mulakhass qawa'id al-lughatul 'arabiyyah. Damsyik: Darul Hikmah.
[PJ5161 .F62 1973]
UWB11302 Javanese Language
Synopsis
This course is designed for students to learn the basic Javanese language. Students are
exposed to the skills of listening, reading, speaking, and writing with basic vocabulary,
grammar and structure. Students are also exposed to the real daily situations which will help
them to communicate using Javanese language.
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Year 2 Semester II
References
1. Nurul Sabrina Zan, (2010). Hola! Hablo español. First Edition Batu Pahat: Penerbit
UTHM. PC4445 .N72 2010 a
2. Salina Husain, (2005). Vamos a aprender español lengua extranjera. Batu Pahat: Penerbit
UTHM. PC4121 .S24 2005 a
3. Bey, Vivienne (2004). Spanish verbs drills. Mc. Graw Hill. PC4271 .B49 2004
4. Terrell, Tracy D. (2003). Dos mundos. Mc. Graw Hill. PC4129.E5 .D67 2003
5. O’Connor, Niobe (2002). Caminos 1. Nelson Thornes. PC4121 .O36 2002
References
1. Majendra, Maheswara (2010). Kamus lengkap Indonesia-Jawa, Jawa-Indonesia /
Majendra Maheswara. Pustaka Mahardika. XX(131732.1)
2. Yrama, Widya (2008). Cara belajar membaca dan menulis huruf jawa, jilid
1 . Yrama Widya. Publication info:, 2008 XX(131738.1)
3. Yrama, Widya (2008). Cara belajar membaca dan menulis huruf jawa, jilid
2. Yrama Widya .Publication info:, 2008 XX(131739.1)
4. Budhi Santosa, Iman. (2010). Nguri-uri paribasan Jawi = Melestarikan peribahasa Jawa.
Intan Pariwara. XX(131751.1)
5. Purwanto, Eko (2011). Pepah Bahasa Jawi. Cara mudah belajar cepat dan tuntas bahasa
Jawa. Diva press. XX(131748.1)
Year 2 Semester II
BDA24103 Engineering Statistics
Synopsis
Random Variables: Discrete and continuous random variables, probability distribution
functions, cumulative distribution functions, expected values and variance. Special Probability
Distributions: Binomial distribution, Poisson distribution, means and variances, Poisson
approximation to Binomial distribution, normal distribution, standard normal distribution,
normal approximation to Binomial distribution. Sampling Distribution: Sampling distribution of
single mean, sampling distribution of the difference between two means, sampling distribution
test: t, chi-square and F distribution. Estimation: Point estimate, confidence interval for single
mean, difference between two means, single variance and ratio of two variances. Hypothesis
Test: Type 1 and type 2 errors, hypothesis test for single mean, difference between two means,
single variance and ratio of two variances. Simple Linear Regression: Graphical method, simple
linear regression model, least square method, hypothesis testing for intercept and slope,
coefficient of determination, correlation coefficient.
References
1. John E. Freund. (1999). Mathematical Statistics. Sixth Edition. Prentice-Hall, New Jersey.
[QA276 .M54 1999]
2. Norziha Che Him et al. (2009). Engineering Statistics (BSM 2922). Pusat Pengajian Sains,
UTHM
3. Nafisah @ Kamariah et. al. (2004). Engineering Statistics. Second Edition. Pusat
Pengajian Sains, KUiTTHO.
4. Quek Suan Goen, Leng Ka Man & Yong Ping Kiang. (2004). Mathematics STPM. Federal
Publications, Selangor.
5. Robert D. Mason. (1994). Statistics: An Introduction. Sounders. College Publisher, Texas.
[QA276 .M37 1994]
BDA24202 Computer Programming
Synopsis
To give an introduction to programming concepts through the used of a high level programming
language such as C. The programming language ‘history and evolution’. Data types, input and
output: operations and expressions. Programming Controls: while loop, for loop, if else and
switch case. Structured programming and function.
References
1. Easttom, C. (2003). C++ Programming Fundamentals, Hingham: Charles River Media
2. Deitel, H. M. & Deitel, P. J. (2004). C How To Program, Edisi Kelima, New Jersey:
Prentice Hall.
3. Hanly, J. R. & Koffman, E. B. (2002). Problem Solving & Program Design in C,
Massachusetts: Pearson Education, Inc.
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4.
5.
Henkemans, D. and Lee, M. (2001). C++ Programming for Absolute Beginner, Oregon:
Premier Press.
Baharuddin Mohamed (2002). “A Book on C”, Kuala Lumpur: Mc Graw Hill.
BDA20402 Engineering Materials Selection
Synopsis
In this course, students will learn Introduction to Materials Selection; Design Process;
Engineering Materials and properties; Materials Selection Chart; Selection of Metallic
Materials; Selection of non Metallic Materials.
BDA20903 Solid Mechanics II
Synopsis
This course introduces students to knowledge and skills in solid mechanics which is an
important subject to be used in designing the mechanical components. The scope of studies
includes the introduction to plain strain analysis: Plane strain transformation equation,
maximum shear strain, strain Mohr’s Circle, strain measurement and stress – strain relationship.
The deflection of beams: integral method and Macaulay’s methods, slope and deflection,
superposition method and statically indeterminate beams. Buckling of columns: Euler’s theory,
types of column’s support, eccentric and transverse loadings and empirical equation. Strain
energy: Strain energy in tensional and torsional deflection, strain energy per unit volume,
Castigliano’s theorem and impact load. Thick cylinder: Lame equation for hoop and radial
stress, boundary condition, Graphical method and composite cylinders and Theories of elastic
failures: Principal stress theory, Principal strain theory, maximum shear stress theory, strain
energy theory, shear strain energy theory.
References
1. Hibbeler, R.C. (2005) Mechanics of Materials, 6th ed. Pearson: TA405.H43 2005.
2. Beer, F. P., Russell, E. J., Dewolf, J. T. & Mazurek D. F. (2009) Mechanics of Materials,
5th ed. McGraw-Hill, New York: TA405 .M45 2009.
3. Gere, J. M. & Goodno, B. J. (2009). Mechanics of Material, 7th ed. Cengage Learning,
Canada: TA405.G47 2009.
4. Riley W. Sturges, L. & Morris, D. (2007) Mechanics of Materials, 6th Edition, John Wiley
& Sons Inc, New Jersey: TA405.R54 2007
5. Pytel, A. & Kiusalaas, J. (2003) Mechanics of Materials, Cengage Learning, USA: TA405
.P97 2003.
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Year 2 Semester II
References
1. Ashby M.F. (2005), Materials Selection in Engineering Design, 3rd Edition, ButterworthHeinemann. [TA403.6 .A83 2005]
2. Mangonon P.L. (1999), The Principles of Materials Science for Engineering Design,
Prentice Hall. [TA403.6 .M36 1999]
3. Budinski K. & Budinski, G. (2002), Engineering Materials Properties and Selection,
Prentice Hall. [TA403 .B83 2005]
4. Schaffer J.P. et al. (1999), The Science and Design of Engineering Materials, 2nd Edition,
McGraw-Hill. [TA403 .S34 1999]
5. Dieter G.E. (2000), Engineering Design: A Materials and Processing Approach, 3rd
Edition, McGraw-Hill. [TA174 . D53 2000]
BDA20703 Thermodynamics I
Synopsis
This course will cover the basic concepts of thermodynamics & energy transfer, properties
engineering working fluid, the laws of thermodynamics, entropy, thermodynamics cycles and
introduction to heat transfer.
References
1. Yunus A. Cengel & Micheal A. Boles; Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach, 7th
Edition, McGraw Hill 2011. [TJ265 .C46 2011]
2. Michael J Moran and Howard N Shapiro; Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics,
6th Edition, New York: John Wiley, 2010. [TJ265 .M67 2010]
3. Richard E. Sonntag, Claus Borgnakke; Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics, 2nd
Edition, Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley, 2007. [TJ265 .S66 2007]
Year 2 Semester II
BDA27501 Engineering Laboratory IV
Synopsis
This course covers several topics including: Thermodynamics: 1st Law of Thermodynamics,
Separating and Throttling Calorimeter, Temperature and Pressure Measurement, Marcet Boiler,
and Boyle’s Law. Fluid Mechanics: These lab skills consist of Fluid flow meter, Flow through
Venturi Meter, Hydrostatic Pressure, Impact of Jet and Flow Measuring Apparatus.
References
1. Yunus A. Cengel & Michael A. Boles, (2008). “Thermodynamics: An Engineering
Approach”. 6th Edition. Mc Graw Hill. USA. TJ265 .C46 2011
2. John P.O’ Connel and J.M. Haik, (2005), “Thermodynamics: fundamentals for
application”. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge. US QC311 .O26 2005
3. Mott R.L., 2000, “Applied Fluid Mechanics”, 5th Edition, International Edition, Prentice
Hall. TA357 .M67 2006
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UQ*1xxx1 Co-Curriculum II
Synopsis
This course is offered in the form of multiple choice of activities for Diploma students and
undergraduates. Three categories of activities offered are Sports and Recreational, Club/
Associations and Uniform Bodies.
BDA34003 Engineering Mathematics IV
Synopsis
The Engineering Mathematics IV covers basic numerical methods used in engineering
application, from the basic numerical solution of simultaneously equations to the numerical
solution in partial differential equations with implicit and explicit approaches. Standard
numerical solutions in calculus involving integral and differential operations are also discussed.
For a particular engineering application to show the modes, basic eigen value and eigen vectors
numerical solution is also introduced.
References
1. D. V. Griffiths, I. M. Smith. (2006). Numerical methods for engineers, 2th Edition. Boca
Raton, FL: Chapman & Hall. [TA335 .G74]
2. J. N. Sharma. (2004). Numerical methods for engineers and scientists, Pangbourne: Alpha
Science International. [QA297 .S54]
3. Jaan Kiusalaas. (2005). Numerical methods in engineering with MATLAB, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press. [TA345 .K58]
4. John H. Mathews, Kurtis D. Fink. (2004). Numerical methods using MATLAB, 4th Edition.
US Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education. [QA297 .M37]
5. Laurene Fausett. (2002). Numerical methods using mathCAD, Upper Sadddle River, New
Jersey. [QA297 .F38]
References
1. Yunus A. Cengel and John M. Cimbala, Fluid Mechanics Fundamentals and Applications,
McGraw Hill, 2009. [TA357 .C46 2010]
2. Bruce R. Munson et al., Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, Wiley, 2010. [TA357 .M86
2010]
3. Frank M. White, Fluid Mechanics, McGraw Hill, 2011. [TA357 .W44 2011]
4. Merle C. Porter & David C. Wiggert, Mechanics of Fluid, 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall, 2002.
[TA357 .P73 2002 N1]
5. Massey et. al., Mechanics of Fluids, Taylor & Francis, 2006. [TA357 .M36 2005]
BDA30403 Thermodynamics II
Synopsis
The course emphasizes on the application of thermodynamics laws in engineering applications,
exposing the working principle of power plants, machines and engines that operate based on
thermodynamics system. The systems include steam and gas power plants, heat pump and
refrigeration system, reciprocating compressor, internal combustion engines and non reactive
mixtures, and cooling tower system.
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Year 3 Semester I
BDA30203 Fluid Mechanics II
Synopsis
This course will cover the topics such as Viscous Flow in Pipes, Differential Equations of Fluid
Flow with emphasis on potential flow, Boundary Layer Theory, Introduction to
Turbomachinery and Introduction to Compressible Fluid Flow.
References
1. Cengel Y.A. & Boles M.A, (2011), “Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach”,
McGraw Hill, 7th Edition. [TJ265 .C46 2011]
2. Eastop T.T & McConkey A., (1993), “Applied Thermodynamics for Engineering
Technologist: Fifth Edition”, Longman, Essex. [TJ265 .E47 1993]
3. H. J. Kreuzer, Isaac Tamblyn (2010), “Thermodynamics”. World Scientific. [QC311 .K73
2010]
4. P. Chattopadhyay (2010), “Engineering Thermodynamics”, Oxford University Press, 2010.
[TJ265 .C42 2010]
5. Arthur Shavit, Chaim Gutfinger, (2009), “Thermodynamics: from concepts to
applications”, CRC Press, 2009. [QC311 .S52 2009]
BDA30903 Solid Modelling
Synopsis
This course will provide students with skill and competency to produce 3D modeling by using
SolidWorks software. Students will be exposed to the knowledge of developing 3D models
through different kind of techniques, assembling different parts, make simulation from the
assembled parts in order to verify and validate the mechanism and finally produce the technical
drawing. Furthermore, student also will be exposed to project drawing where it will gives
advantages to the student before work in the industrial.
References
1. Howard, William E., Musto, Joseph C. (2011). Introduction to Solid Modeling using
SolidWorks 2011. New York: McGraw-Hill. (Call number: T385 .H68 2011)
2. SolidWorks Essentials - SolidWorks 2011 Training Manual, Massachusetts, USA.
3. Advanced Part Modeling - SolidWorks 2011 Training Manual, Massachusetts, USA.
4. Advanced Assembly Modeling - SolidWorks 2011 Training Manual, Massachusetts, USA.
5. SolidWorks Drawing - SolidWorks 2011 Training Manual, Massachusetts, USA.
Year 3 Semester I
BDA37201 Engineering Laboratory V
Synopsis
This course covers several experiments for Fluid Mechanics & Solid Mechanics in engineering
applications. Scope of experiment includes engineering laboratory V: Fluid mechanics II, pelton
wheels, friction losses in pipe, centrifugal pump, boundary layer & cavitation; Thermodynamics
II, air conditioning system, boiler efficiency, steam turbine and condenser, internal combustion
engine performance test (diesel), two-stage air compressor.
References
1. Yunus A. Cengel, John M. Cimbala, (2006).” Fluid Mechanics - Fundamental and
Application”, McGraw Hill. [TA357 .C46 2006]
2. Munson, B.R., Young, D.F. and Okiishi, T.H, (2006) “Fundamental of Fluid Mechanics”
5th Edition, John Wiley & Sons. [TA357 .M86 2006]
3. Yunus A. Cengel and Micheal A. Boles; (2006) “Thermodynamics: An Engineering
Approach”, 5th Edition, McGraw Hill. [TJ265 .C46 2006]
4. R. E. Sonntag and C. Borgnakke, (2001) “Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics”,
[TJ265 .S66 2001 N2]
5. M. J. Moran and H.N. Shapiro, (2000) “Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics”,
4th Edition, New York: John Wiley. [TJ265 .M67 2000]
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BDA30703 Control Engineering
Synopsis
This course introduces students introduction to control system, mathematical modeling, block
diagram, transfer function, time response analysis, control system’s stability, frequency
response analysis and control system design using engineering software.
Year 3 Semester I
References
1. Ogata, K. (2010), Modern Control Engineering, 5th Edition, Prentice Hall, New Jersey
Sons. [TJ213 .O32 2010]
2. Richard C. Dorf, (2010), ‘Modern Control Systems’, 12th Edition, Prentice Hall, Pearson.
[TJ216 .D67 2010]
3. Norman Nise, S. (2011) Control System Engineering, 6th Edition, The Benjamin Cummings
Publishing Co. Inc. [TJ213 .N57 2011]
4. William Palm, J., (2011), Introduction to MATLAB for Engineers, 3rd Edition, McGrawHill Higher Edition. [TJ213 .P34 2011]
5 Introduction to Matlab 7 for Engineers, (2005) McGraw-Hill International Edition. [TA345
.P34 2005]
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BDA31303 Occupational Safety and Health
Synopsis
This course introduces students to knowledge and skills in occupational safety and health in
workplace. Scope of study includes Health, Safety and Environment Managements:
introduction to OSH, OSHA 1994 (Act 514), FMA 1967, EQA 1974, occupational safety and
health management system, safety, health and environment culture; Risk Management and
Assessment: introduction to risk management, risk assessment techniques, HIRARC; Physical
Injury & Controls: introduction to physical injury, construction work, electrical work,
mechanical work, chemical work; Health Hazards: introduction to health hazards & hygiene,
chemical hazards, physical hazards, biological hazards, hygiene; Accident Investigation &
Reporting: introduction, accident investigation, investigations and causes of incident, incident
analysis and data collection method.
References
1. Occupational Safety and Health Act and Regulations. MDC Publishers Printer Sdn. Bhd.
2001. [KPG1390.M34 2001 rw N2]
2. Factories and Machinery Act & Regulations. MDC Publishers Printer Sdn. Bhd. 2001.
[KPG1390.A31967 .A4 2001 rw N1]
3. Ismail Bahari (2006). Pengurusan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerjaan. Edisi ke-2.
McGraw Hill Education (Malaysia). [T55.I85 2006]
4. Davies, V. J. and Tomasin K. (2006). Construction Safety Handbook. 2nd ed. London:
Thomas Telford. [TH443.R43 2006]
5. Anton, Thomas J. (2009). Occupational Safety and Health Management. 3rd ed. New York:
McGraw-Hill. [T55.A57 1989]
BDA30502 Manufacturing Technology
Synopsis
Introduction to production technology, Material characteristic and Selection of a materials,
Metal machining process, Casting process, Metal forming process, Plastic manufacturing
process, Powder metallurgy process, Joining processes.
Year 3 Semester II
References
1. Mikell P. Groover, “Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing”, 3rd ed. McGraw Hill, 2007.
[TS176 .G76 2011]
2. Serope Kalpakjian & Steven R. Schmid, “Manufacturing Engineering and Technology”,
Fifth Edition, Prentice Hall, 2006. [TS176 .K34 2010]
3. Richard R. Kibbe, John E. Neely, Roland O. Meyer, Warren T. White, 2006, “Machine
Tool Practices”; 8th Ed., Prentice Hall. [TJ1185 .M32 2006]
4. Steve F.Krar, Albert F. Check, 2004, “Technology of Machine Tools”, 6th Ed, McGraw
Hill. [TJ1185 .K72 2011]
5. Kalpakjian S., Addison E.D, 2007, “Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materal”,
5th edition, Addison and Wesley. [TS183 .K34 2008]
BDA30603 Heat Transfer
Synopsis
Topics in this course include mathematical analysis of idealized cases for steady and unsteady
conduction, analytical and semi-empirical methods in convection, heat exchanger analysis and
radiation exchange.
References
1. Cengel, Y. A. and Ghajar, A., (2011). “Heat and Mass Transfer: A Practical Approach 4th
Edition. (SI Units), McGraw Hill, New York. [TJ260 .C46 2007]
2. Incropera, F. P. and DeWitt, D. P., (2007). Introduction to Heat Transfer 6th Edition, John
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3.
4.
5.
Wiley & Sons, Asia. [QC320 .I43 2007]
Incropera, Frank P.(2007), “Fundamentals of heat and mass transfer”, 6th Edition, John
Wiley. [QC320 .I63 2007]
Yunus A. Cengel (2008), “Introduction to thermodynamics and heat transfer”, 2nd Edition,
McGraw-Hill. [QC311 .C46 2008]
R. C. Sachdeva (2009), “Fundamentals of engineering heat and mass transfer”, New Age
Science. [TJ260 .S22 2009]
BDA31003 Finite Element Method
Synopsis
This course will cover the introduction of Finite Element methods, Matrix Algebra, Trusses,
Axial Members, Beams, and Frames, One Dimensional Elements, Analysis of one-Dimensional
Problems, Two-Dimensional Elements, Applications For FE Software, Analysis of TwoDimensional Heat Transfer Problems. Analysis of Two-Dimensional Solid Mechanics
Problems. Analysis of Fluid Mechanics Problems. Three-Dimensional Elements. FEM based
software.
References
1. Moaveni, S., (2008). Finite Element Analysis, 3rd ed. Pearson. [TA347.F5 .M62 2008]
2. Reddy, J.N., (2006). An Introduction to the Finite Element Method, 3rd ed. McGraw Hill.
[TA347.F5 .R43 2006]
3. Bergheau, J.-M. (2008). Finite Element Simulation of Heat Transfer, John Wiley.
[TA347.F5 .M62 2008]
4. Petyt, M. (2010). Introduction to Finite Element Vibration Analysis, 2nd ed. Cambridge
University Press. [TA356 .P47 1990]
BDA31103 Vibration
Synopsis
This course covers several topics in vibration contexts. They are including fundamentals of
vibration, free vibration, harmonically excited vibration, multi-degree-of-freedom vibration,
determination of natural frequency and mode shapes, vibration control, vibration measurement
and applications, and introduction to sound.
BDA31203 Mechanical Component Design
Synopsis
This course consists of analysis, synthesis and design basic and complex mechanical component
i.e. bearings, shafts, gears, permanent and non permanent joining, springs, screw and fastener
with consideration of strength, rigidity, reliability, static and fatigue failure.
References
1. Richard G. Budynas, J.Keith Nisbett. (2011). Shigley’s Mechanical Engineering Design,
Ninth Edition. New York: McGraw Hill. (Call number: TJ230 .B82 2008)
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Year 3 Semester II
References
1. Rao, Singiresu S. (2005) Mechanical Vibrations, Singapore: Pearson/Prentice Hall. (A355
.R36 2004)
2. Ver, I. L. and L. L. Beranek (2006) Noise and Vibration Control Engineering: Principles
and Application, Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley. (TD892 .N65 2006)
3. V. Ramamurti (2008) Mechanical vibration practice and noise control, Oxford: Alpha
Science. (TA355 .R35 2008)
4. Palm, W. J., (2007) Mechanical Vibration, Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley. (TA355 .P34 2007)
2.
3.
4.
Hamrock, B. J., Schmid, S. R., & Jacobson, B. (2005). Fundamentals of Machine Elements,
Second Edition. Boston: McGraw Hill. (Call number: TJ230 .H35 2005)
Juvinall, R. C., & Marshek, K. M. (2000). Fundamentals of Machine Component Design,
Fourth Edition. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons. (Call number: TJ230 .J88 2000)
Norton, R. L. (2006). Machine Design, an Integrated Approach. Upper Saddle River:
Pearson Prentice Hall. (Call number: TJ230 .N67 2006)
BDA37301 Engineering Laboratory VI
Synopsis
This course introduces students to apply knowledge and skills in Fluid Mechanics & Solid
Mechanics class. Scope of study includes experiment of Translation Mechanical System,
Rotation Mechanical System, Liquid Level System, Servo motor System, Inverted Pendulum
System,MATLAB/SIMULINK software for control engineering and experiments of Deflection
of Simply-supported Cantilever Beam, Buckling of Struts, Bending of Beam, Deflection of
Curved Bars and Davits & Thick Cylinder.
Year 3 Semester II
References
1. Modern Control Engineering, 5th ed. Prentice Hall, New Jersey Sons. 2010.
[TJ213 .O32 2010]
2. Process Control Instrumentation Technology, 8th ed. Prentice Hall. [TS156.8 .J63 2006]
3. Control System Engineering, 6th ed. Benjamin Cummings Publishing Co. Inc. 2011. [TJ213
.N57 2011]
4. Mechanics of Materials, 6th ed. McGraw-Hill, New York. 2011. [TA351 .S72 2011]
5. Mechanics of Material, 7th ed. Cengage Learning, Canada. 2009. [TA405 .G47 2009]
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Year 3 Semester III
BDA38004 Industrial Training
Synopsis
Students are required to do the industrial training in the field of mechanical engineering in the
approved organizations by the university. Every student will be evaluated by the faculty and
industrial supervisor. In this program students are expected to be trained in systematic and
structured way in the disciplines of mechanical engineering. Students are also trained in the
aspects of work safety and health as well as ethics in the industry. Students shall involve in the
work place with certain constraints that benefited them in improving their mental and physical
fitness.
Year 4 Semester I
BDA10602 Creativity and Innovation
Synopsis
This course focuses on developing a creative person who will eventually think strategically,
creatively and critically. The knowledge and skills acquired throughout the course will later be
applied by the students in solving problems and making decisions in the future. In this course,
students will be exposed to various creativity and problem solving techniques. Some of the
skills to be covered throughout the course are problem solving, techniques in creativity and
techniques in innovation.
References
1. Charles W. Bytheway. (2007). FAST Creativity And Innovation: Rapidly Improving
Processes, Product Development And Solving Complex Problems. Fort Lauderdale.
[TS171.4 .B97 2007]
2. Bernacki, E. (2002). Wow! That’s a Great Idea! Prentice Hall, Singapore. [HD53 .B47
2002]
3. De Bono, E. (2003). Serious Creativity 1: Lateral Thinking Tools, Techniques and
Application. Allscript Books, Singapore. [BF408 .D366 2003]
4. De Bono, E. (2003). Serious Creativity 2: Lateral Thinking Tools, Techniques and
Application. Allscript Books, Singapore. [BF408 .D367 2003]
5. Ceserani, J. & Greatwood, P. (2001). Innovation and Creativity. Creast Publishing House,
New Delhi. [HD58.8 .C47 2001]
6. Clegg, B. & Birch, P. (2002). Crash Course in Creativity. Kogan Page, London. [HD53
.C534 2002]
BPK20802 Entrepreneurship
Synopsis
This course cover various topics related to basic entrepreneurship including introduction to
entrepreneurship, entrepreneurs characteristics and
motivation,
screening business
environment and opportunity, formation of business and managing business. Students will also
be exposed to real business.
References
1. Charles E. Bamford, Garry D. Bruton (2011). Entrepreneurship: A small business
approach. New York: McGraw-Hill. [HD62.5 .B35 2011]
2. Schaper M., Volery, T, Weber, P., Lewix, K., (2011). Entrepreneurship and small busiess;
3rd Asia-Pacific Edition. John Wiley & Son. [HD2341 .E57 2011]
3. Hisrich, R.D., Peter, M.P., Shepherd, D.A., (2010). Entrepreneurship, 8th Edition. McGraw
Hill. [HD62.5 .H57 2010]
4. Donald F. Kuratko, Richard M. Hodgetts. (2007). Entrepreneurship: theory, process,
practice, 7th ed. Mason: Thomson South-Western. [HB615 .K87 2007]
5. John. B., Tidd. J., (2011). Innovation and entrepreneurship. 2nd Edition. Chichester, West
Sussex, UK. [HD53 .B48 2011]
BPK30902 Engineering Economics
Synopsis
Engineering economy consists of: Introduction to Engineering Economics, fundamental cost
concepts, cost estimation techniques, time value of money, project evaluation with the benefitcost ratio method, risk analysis and project financing and allocations.
References
1. Blank, L.T., A. Tarquin (2008): Basics of Engineering Economy, International ed.,
McGraw-Hill, New York, [TA 177.4 B524 2008]
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3.
4.
5.
Mohamad Sirin, R. (2007): Teori Asas Ekonomi Kejuruteraan, Faculty of Technology
Management KUiTTHO. Malaysia. [TA177.4 R67 2007]
Sullivan W.G, Wicks E.M. and Koelling C.P, (2009). Engineering Economy, 14th Edition,
Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, Pearson. [TA 177.4 S94 2009]
Park, C. S. (2007).Contemporary Engineering Economics, 4th Edition,Upper Saddle River:
New Jersey, Prentice Hall. [TA177.4 P372 2007]
John A.W, Kenneth E.C, David B.Pratt (2010), Principles of engineering economic
analysis, 5th edition, Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley. [TA177.4 .W44 2010]
BDA40703 Industrial Engineering
Synopsis
Introduction to industrial engineering, facilities planning, basic concepts of statistics, work
measurement, ergonomics, production control and planning and quality control.
References
1. Heizer, J & Render, B, “Operations Management”, 8th ed. Prentice Hall, 2006. [TS155
.H44 2011]
2. Steveson W.J, “Operations Management”, 9th ed., McGraw Hill, 2007. [TS155 .S73 2012]
3. Nahmias S, “Production and Operations Analysis”, 5th ed., McGraw-Hill, 2005. [TS155
.N34 2009]
4. Krajewski L.J. et al, “Operation Management: Strategy and Analysis”, 6th ed., Prentice
Hall, 2002. [TS155 .K73 2002]
5. Groover M.P, “Work Systems and the Methods, Measurement and Management of Work”,
Pearson-Prentice Hall, 2007. [T60.6 .G76 2007]
BDA40203 Integrated Engineering Design
Synopsis
The course consists of introduction of engineering design and detail explanation on the design
process including all tools and methods involved in each design stage. Sustainability and
economic considerations are included as well as engineering design tools such as finite element
analysis and simulation analysis software. Case studies in different applications are also
discussed. Students have to conduct a product development project using appropriate tools and
methods with the integration of various disciplines in the mechanical and manufacturing
engineering.
References
1. Dieter, G. E., & Schmidt, L. C. (2009). Engineering Design, Forth Edition. New York:
McGraw Hill. Call number: TA174 .D53 2009.
2. Eggert, R.J. (2005). Engineering Design. New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall. Call number:
TA174 .E34 2005.
3. Farag, M. M. (2008). Materials and Process Selection for Engineering Design. Boca
Raton: CRC. Call number: TA174 .F374 2008.
4. Pahl, G., & Beitz, W. (2007). Engineering Design, a Systematic Approach, Third Edition.
London: Springer Verlag. Call number: TA174 .E63 2007.
5. Pheasant, S., & Haslegrave, C. (2006). Bodyspace : Anthropometry, Ergonomics, and the
Design of Work, Third Edition. Boca Raton: Taylor & Francis. Call number: TA166 .P43
2006.
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Year 4 Semester I
2.
Year 4 Semester I
BDA49002 Bachelor Degree Project I
Synopsis
Bachelor Degree Project is a systematic academic training utilising knowledge, skills,
engineering concepts and problem solving techniques. This project could involve:
(1) Study on phenomenon / process / system,
(2) Design/construction of component/product,
(3) Software development, or
(4) Case study
This project could be industrial-based or lab-based. Bachelor Degree Project is divided into two
sections:
(1) Bachelor Degree Project I
(2) Bachelor Degree Project II
Bachelor Degree Project I is a prerequisite for Bachelor Degree Project II.
References
1. Thesis Writing Directory Book, UTHM.
2. Panduan Pelaksanaan Projek Sarjana Muda, UTHM.
3. Books, journal and other information which relates with project research.
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References
1. Abd. Manaf, A.R., (2002), Alam Jurutera, Edisi Kedua, Penerbit Universiti Malaya, Kuala
Lumpur. (Call Number: TA190 . A44 2005)
2. Thiroux, J and Krasemann K, (2006), Ethics – Theory and Practice, 9th ed. Prentice-Hall.
(Call Number: BJ1012 .T44 2007)
3. Johari, M.J., (2003), Etika Professional, Edisi Kedua, Penerbit Universiti Teknologi
Malaysia, Skudai, Johor (Call Number: KE6533.4 .M63 2001)
4. Martin, M. W. and Schinzinger, R., (2005), Ethics in Engineering, 4th Edition, McGraw
Hill, New York. (Call Number: TA157 .M37 2005)
5. Ottensmeyer, E.J. and McCarthy, G.D., (2000), Ethics in the Workplace, McGraw Hill,
New York. (Call Number: HF5387 .O87 1996)
6. Spider, R., (2002), Ethics, Tools and the Engineer, CRC Press LLC. (Call Number: BJ59
.S64 2001)
7. Gerald Jonker & Jan Harmsen (2012) Engineering for Sustainability: A Practical Guide for
Sustainable Design, Elsevier
BDA49104 Bachelor Degree Project II
Synopsis
Bachelor Degree Project II is the continuation of Bachelor Degree Project I. It is an important
mechanism in teaching and learning because it integrates all subjects acquired in engineering.
This course will also develop the student’s capability to present, discuss and analyze results of
the research clearly, effectively and confidently in both oral presentation and in dissertation.
References
1. Thesis Writing Directory Book, UTHM.
2. Panduan Pelaksanaan Projek Sarjana Muda, UTHM.
3. Books, journal and other information which relates with project research.
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Year 4 Semester II
BDA40502 Engineers and Society
Synopsis
This course will cover the introduction to professional ethics, theory and philosophy of ethics,
values in professional ethics, the role and responsibilities of an engineer, role of engineer as an
agent of change, engineering bylaws and standards, research and the development of an
engineer, issues in professional ethics, the role of an engineer in the globalisation era.
BDB40103 Thermodynamics of Materials
Synopsis
This course provides the basis for organizing information about how matter behaves through
understanding of thermodynamic structure and basic equation. The course enables
understanding of generation of equilibrium state in one component system and in the binary
phase diagram.
References
1. Robert T. DeHoff, (2006), Thermodynamics in Materials Science, CRC Press.
(TA403.6.D46)
2. W.D. Callister, (2003), Materials Science and Engineering An Introduction, John Wiley &
Sons. (TA403. C33)
3. D.R. Gaskell, (2003) Introduction to the Thermodynamic of Materials, 4th ed. Taylor &
Francais. (TN673. G37)
4. David V. Ragone, (1995), Thermodynamics of Materials, Volume 1, John Wiley &
Sons.(TA418.52.R34)
Electives
BDB40203 Materials Testing
Synopsis
In this course, several material testing will be learn. This will include mechanical testing and
non destructive testing. The microscopy technique, spectroscopy tecnique as well as thermal
analysis test are also included.
References
1. Paul E. Mix, (2005), Introduction to Nondestructive testing a training guide 2nd edition,
John Wiley and Sons. (TA417.2 .M59)
2. T. Jayakumar, Baldev Raj, M. Thavasimuthu, (2002), Practical Non Destructive Testing
Woodhead Publishing Limited.( TA417.2 .R34)
3. Paul Gabbott, (2008), Principles and application of thermal analysis, Blackwell
publishing. (QD117.T4 .P74)
4. M.W. Micheal, (1997), An introduction to X- ray Crystallograph, Cambridge University
Press. (QD945 .W66)
5. Bell, Suzanne and Morris, Keith, (2010), An Introduction to microscopy, CRC press.
(QH205.2.B44)
BDB40303 Mechanical Metallurgy
Synopsis
This course covers topics on: Introduction to Plasticity and Elasticity theory; Plastic and Elastic
Deformation; Dislocation theory and strengthening mechanism, Metal Working Process.
References
1. J. Newell, (2009) Essentials of Modern Materials Science and Engineering, John Wiley &
Sons. (TA403 .N48 2009)
2. James F. Shackelford, (2005) Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers 6th ed.,
Prentice Hall. (TA403 .S52 2005)
3. William D. Callister, Jr., (2003) Materials Science & Engineering An Introduction, John
Wiley & Sons. (TA403 .C33 2011)
4. C.P. Sharma, (2004) Engineering Materials Properties and Applications of Metals and
Alloys, Prentice Hall India. (TA403 .S55 2004)
5. George E. Dieter, (1988) Mechanical Metallurgy, Mc Graw Hill. (TA405 .D53 1988)
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BDB40403 Corrosion and Prevention
Synopsis
This course will provide understanding in corrosion principles and electrochemical
thermodynamics and kinetics of corrosion. Different forms of corrosion and atmospheric
corrosion will be included as well as learning on corrosion prevention and protection.
References
1. Gerhard Kreysa and Michael Schutze (ed), (2006) Corrosion handbook : corrosive agents
and their interaction with materials : Volume 5 : carbonic acid, chlorine dioxide, seawater,
John Wiley.(TA418.74.C68)
2. Robert Baboian, (2005), Corrosion tests and standards: application and interpretation,
ASTM International.(TA462.C68)
3. R. R. Pierre (2000), Handbook of Corrosion Engineering, McGraw-Hill. (TA418.75 .R63)
4. R.R. Winston (2000), Uhlig’s Corrosion Handbook, (2nd ed.). (TA462.U543)
References
1. B.J. Moniz (2003), Metallurgy, American Technical Publisher, Inc. (TN665 .M66 1994)
2. The Material Information Society, (1993), ASM Handbook Vol. 7 - Powder Metalllurgy,
American Society for metals. (TA459 .A868 1984 r)
3. C.W Ammen, (2000), Metalcasting, Mc Graw Hill. (TS230 .A635 2000 N4)
4. James P.S., (1999), The Science and Design of Engineering Materials 2nd Edition, McGraw
Hill. (TA403 .S34 1999)
BDB40603 Engineering Polymer and Ceramics
Synopsis
In this course, students will learn about Introduction to non metallic material, Non metallic
material processing, Ceramic processing, Polymer processing.
References
1. Fried, Joel R. (2003), Polymer Science and Technology, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall.
[QD381 .F744 2003]
2. Harper, C.A. (2000), Modern Plastics Handbook, McGraw-Hill. [TA455.P5 .M63 2000]
3. H.R. Allcock, F.W. Lampe, J.E. Mark, (2003), Contemporary Polymer Chemistry, 3rd
Edition, Prentice Hall. [QD381 .A44 2003]
4. G. Muller, (2000), Ceramics - processing, reliability, tribology and wear, Wiley-VCH.
[TA401.3 .C47 2000]
5. P. Boch, J.C Niepce, (2007), Ceramics materials: processes, properties, and applications,
ISTE. [TA430 .C47 2007]
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BDB40503 Applied Metallurgy
Synopsis
In this course the student will learn about the definition and casting process characterization
which include the mould and patterns. There are four types (sand casting, melt casting, die
casting and centrifugal casting) of casting process and their characterization identification will
be covered in this course. Besides that, solidification in casting product includes the
solidification mechanism, fluid flow phenomena and casting defect are also included in this
course. The student also will learn about the details of powder metallurgy processing,
mechanical and physical property and application in powder metallurgy.
BDB40703 Composites
Synopsis
This course contains topics such as Introduction to composite materials, Reinforcement and
matrix, Properties of composite materials, Processing and fabrication in composite materials,
Application for composite materials.
Electives
References
1. F.L. Matthews & R.D. Rawlings, (1994), Composites Materials: Engineering and Science,
Chapman & Hall. (TA418.9.C6 .M37 1999)
2. M.M. Schwartz (1997), Composite Materials Vol 1: Properties, Nondestructive Testing
and Repair, Prentice Hall. (TA418.9.C6 .S33 1997 v.1)
3. M.M. Schwartz (1997), Composite Materials Vol 2: Processing, Fabrication and
Application, Prentice Hall. (TA 418.9.C6 .S34 1997 J1N4)
4. W.F. Smith (1999), Principles of Materials Science and Engineering, McGraw-Hill.
(TA403 .S64 2006)
5. W.D. Callister Jr. (2003), Materials Science and Engineering an Introduction, John Wiley.
(TA403 .C33 2011)
6. R. Gibson (2000), Principles of Composite Materials Mechanics, McGraw-Hill.
(TA418.9.C6 .G53 2007)
7. R. M. Jones (1999), Mechanics of Composite Materials, Taylor & Francis. (TA418.9 .C6
.J66 1999 N1)
8. G.H. Staab (1999) Laminar Composites, Butterworth Heinemann. (TA418.9.L3 .S72 1999
N1)
BDC40103 Control System Design
Synopsis
This subject covers important concept in the analysis and design of advance control systems.
They are including Control Systems Analysis and Design by the Root locus method; Control
Systems Analysis and Design by the Frequency Response Method; Design of PID Controller;
Control Systems Analysis in State Space; Control Systems Design in State Space;
Implementing the Controls Scheme with Hardware
References
1. K. Ogata (2010), Modern Control Engineering, 5th Edition, Prentice Hall, New Jersey
Sons. [TJ213 .O32 2010]
2. Richard C. Dorf (2010), ‘Modern Control Engineering’, 12th Edition, Addison Wesley
Publishing
3. Norman S. Nise (2011) Control System Engineering, 6th Edition, The Benjamin Cummings
Publishing Co. Inc
4. William J. Palm (2010), Introduction to MATLAB for Engineers, 3rd Edition, McGraw-Hill
Higher Edition
BDC40203 Stress Analysis
Synopsis
This course introduces to students various analytical and experimental techniques for stress
analysis and their applications. The stress analysis addresses the stability and strength of any
structure, machine or mechanism while under load. Scope of study contain introduction to
stress, strain and stress-strain relationships; the strain measurement methods and related
instrumentation; stress analysis by using photo elasticity method.
References
1. W.C.Young, R.Budynas, (2002) Roark’s Formulas for Stress and Strain 7th ed, McGrawHill. Call number: TA407.2 .R63 2001.
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2.
3.
4.
A.P.Boresi and R.J.Schmidt, (2003) Advanced Mechanics of materials 6th ed, New York:
John Wiley. Call number: TA405 .B67 2003.
R. Budynas, (1999) Advanced Strength and Applied Stress Analysis 2nd ed, McGraw-Hill.
Call number: TA405 . B83 1999.
J. W, Dally. W.F, Riley, (1991) Experimental Stress Analysis, 4th ed, Knoxville, Tennessee,
College House Enterprises, L.L.C. Call number: TA407 .D34 1991.
BDC40303 Kinematics Mechanism
Synopsis
Introduction to Mechanism and Kinematics; Basic Principle of Movement; Analysis of
Position; Analysis of Velocity; Analysis Of Acceleration; Link; Cam; Gear
BDC40403 Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics
Synopsis
This subject provides a practical understanding of fatigue and fracture in components and
structures and methods for assessing their structural integrity. Following a general introduction
to fatigue and fracture, the principles in linear elastic and elastic-plastic fracture mechanics will
be described. The course will go on to explain the importance of crack/flaw analysis in
structural design and safety assessment and clarify its wide range of applicability. It will give a
deep understanding of the major results and criteria underpinning modern fracture mechanics,
the assumptions behind them and important limitations. Students will gain a better
understanding of material selection for fatigue and fracture resistance. Generally speaking, they
are including comprehensive theoretical and analysis in micro-mechanisms fracture, fatigue,
mechanical aspects of fracture (crack propagation curve, effect of constraint, validity limits of
fracture mechanics concepts).
References
1. Anderson, T.L, (2005) Fracture Mechanics: Fundamental and Applications, 3rd Edition,
Boca Raton, Fl, Taylor and Francis. (TA409 .A49 2005)
2. T.Kundu, (2008) Fundamentals of Fracture Mechanics, Boca Raton, FL, CRC Press.
(TA409 .K86 2008)
3. Lee, Y.L., Pan, J., Hathaway, R. and Barkey, M., (2005) Fatigue testing, and analysis:
theory and practice”, Butterworth-Heinemann. (TA418.38 .F39 2005)
4. Norman E. Dowling, (2007). Pearson. (TA404.8 .D68 2007)
BDC40503 Tribology
Synopsis
This course introduces students to knowledge and skills in Engineering Tribology. Scope of
study includes Introduction to Tribology: definition, history, friction and wear, application of
tribology in design; Lubricant Viscosity: definition, unit and measurement, change to
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References
1. Ballaney, P. L. (2003) Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, Delhi: Khanna Publishers.
Call Number TJ145 .B35.
2. Uicker J.J. Gordon R.P. J.E.Shigley, (2003) Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, 3rd
Edition, New York: Oxford University. Call Number TJ145 .U43.
3. D.H.Myszka, (2005) Machines and Mechanisms: Applied Kinematics Analysis, Pearson.
Call Number TJ175 .M97.
4. Robert L Mott, (2006) Machine Elements in Mechanical Design 4th ed, Pearson. Call
Number TJ230 .M67.
5. Rattan, S.S., (2009) Theory of Machines, 3rd edition, Tata Mc Graw Hill, New Delhi. Call
Number TJ170 .R37.
temperature and pressure, index of viscosity, grade of lubricant, criteria of lubricant selection;
Hydrodynamics Lubrication: tower test, theory, pad bearing, journal bearing, disk lubrication,
gas bearing, effect of heat, vortex in lubricant flow, numerical method; Hydrostatics
Lubrication: berth film action, pad bearing, thrust bearing, effect of slip, alignment;
Elastohydrodynamics Lubrication: elastic touch, film action, bearing design; Surface Friction:
surface roughness, law of friction, theory, instability, border lubrication, solid lubrication;
Wear: mode and mechanism, bond, abrasion, layer, fatigue; Tribology and Engineering Design:
bearing selection, situation monitoring.
References
1. William, J. (2005) Engineering Tribology. Call number: TJ1075 .W55 2005.
2. Bhushan, B (2002) Introduction to tribology. Call number: TJ1075 .B48 2002.
3. Hamrock, B. J., Schmid, S. R. and Jacobson, b. O. (2004) Fundamentals of Fluid Film
Lubrication, 2nd ed. Call number: TJ1063 .H35 2004.
4. Harnoy, A. (2003) Bearing design in machinery: Engineering tribology and lubrication.
Call number: TJ1075 .H37 2003.
5. Khonsari, M. M. and Booser, E. R. (2008) Applied tribology: bearing design and
lubrication, 2nd Edition. Call number: TJ1075 .K46 2008.
Electives
BDC40603 Robotic
Synopsis
This subject covers important concept and theories in the kinematic analysis of robotics and
manipulator systems. The analysis including Velocity and Static’s in Manipulators; Dynamics
of Manipulators; Trajectory Planning and Generation; Actuators and Sensors; Position and
Force Control of Manipulators.
References
1. Ashitave, G., (2006) Robotics : Fundamental Concepts and Analysis, Oxford University
Press. Call number: TJ211 .G47 2006
2. Man Zhihong, (2005) Robotics, Prentice Hall. Call number: TJ211 .Z44 2005
3. Spong, M. W., Hutchinson, S. and Vidyasagar, M., (2006) Robot Dynamics and Control,
John Wiley & Sons
4. Craig, J. J., (2005) Introduction to Robotics: Mechanics and Control, 3rd ed. Call number:
TJ211 .C72 2005
BDC40703 Modeling and Simulation
Synopsis
This course introduces students to knowledge and skills in modeling and simulation of
mechanical system. The scope of studies includes
Mathematical Modeling, System
Identification and Simulation: Introduction to system modeling and simulation, Steps in
modeling and simulation of dynamics system, system model representation and review of
ordinary differential equations. Modeling of mechanical systems: degrees of freedom,
mechanical elements, modeling of translational systems, modeling of rotational systems, gear
train systems and computer simulation. Modeling of electrical systems: electrical system’s
elements, electronic systems: operational amplifier, impedance methods, electromechanical
systems and computer simulation. Modeling of fluid and thermal systems: thermodynamics law,
fluid mechanics, Pneumatic systems, liquid level systems, thermal systems: heat transfer and
computer simulation. Non-linear systems: review of non-Linear differential equations, nonlinear state variable models, concept of linearization, modelling non-linear systems in
MATLAB/Simulink and computer simulation. Introduction to system identification: Steps in
performing system identifications, interpolation: lagrange Interpolation polynomial, function
approximation: least squares method and computer simulation.
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References
1. Bohdan T. Kulakowski, John F. Gardner, (2007) Dynamic Modeling and Control of
Engineering Systems, Cambridge University Press: TA342.K84 2007.
2. Narciso F. Macia, George J. Thaler, (2005) Modeling and Control of Dynamic Systems,
Cengage Learning: TJ213.M32 2005.
3. Frank L. Severance, (2001) System modeling and simulation: an introduction, John Wiley:
Q295.S48 2001 N3.
4. S. Raczynski, (2006) Modeling and simulation: the computer science of illusion,
QA76.9.C65.R32 2006.
5. R. Butt, (2008), Introduction to numerical analysis using MATLAB, Hingham, MA:
Infinity: QA297.B87 2008.
BDC40803 Acoustic and Noise Control
Synopsis
This course covers several topics in Acoustic and Noise Control. They are including
fundamentals of acoustics, Acoustic Measuring Devices and Analysis Technique, Room
Acoustics, Enclosure and Barrier, Acoustic Control, Legislative Requirement.
BDD40103 Design for Manufacturing and Assembly
Synopsis
Introduction to product development, Introduction to DFMA, Selection of materials and
processes, Design for manual product assembly, Design for automatic product assembly,
Design for machining, Design for injection molding, Design for sheet metal work.
References
1. E. B. Magrab, S. K. Gupta and F. P. Mc Cluskey, (2009), Integrated Product And Process
Design And Development: The Product Realization Process, 2nd Edition, CRC Press LLC.
(Call Number: TS170 .M33 2010)
2. James G. Bralla, (2007), Handbook of Manufacturing Processes, Industrial Press. (Call
Number: TS183 .B72 2007)
3. S.D. El Wakil, (2006), Process and Design for Manufacturing, PWS Pub. Company. (Call
Number: TS183 .E47 1998 N3)
4. Chaitale A K, (2007), Product Design & Manufacturing, 4th Ed, Prentice-hall. (Call
Number: TS171 .C44 2005)
5. G. Boothroyd, P.Dewhurst And W. Knight, (2007), Product Design For Manufacture And
Assembly, 3rd Ed., Marcel Dekker Inc. (Call Number: TS171.4 .B67 2011)
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References
1. Smith B. J., (1996) Acoustics and Noise Control, 2nd Edition, Longman Group UK Limited
(NA2800.S64 1996)
2. Kinsler L. et. al., (2000) Fundamental of Acoustics, John Wiley (QC243 . F86 2000)
3. Osama A. B. H, (2009) Building Acoustics and Vibration, Theory and Practice, World
Scientific (TH1725.H38 2009)
4. Ingard, K.U. (2010) Noise Reduction Analysis, Sudbury, Mass.: Jones and Bartlett
Publishers (TD892 .I53 2010)
5. Maekawa Z. et. al., (2011) Environmental and Architectural Acoustics, 2nd Edition, Spon
Press (TH1725.M34 2011)
BDD40203 Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing (CADCAM)
Synopsis
Introduction to CAD/CAM system, Geometric modeling system, Standard between
communication systems, Engineering tolerance, Data storage, Process Planning, Numerical
control, Data communications, Local area network.
References
1. Penterjemah: Che Abas Che Ismail, Izman Sudin, Nordin Mohd Yusof, Safian Sharif,
Yahaya Ramli, Rekabentuk Dan Pembuatan Bersepadu Computer, Penerbit Universiti
Teknologi Malaysia, 2000 [TS155.6.B42]
2. Alavala C. R. “CAD/CAM : Concepts & Applications”, Prentice-Hall, 2008. [621.381952]
3. Mcmahon, “CAD/CAM: Principles, Practice & Management”, 2nd Ed. Pearson Education,
2001. [TS155.6 .M54 1998]
4. Chang T. C., “Computer-Aided Manufacturing”, 3rd Ed, Prentice-Hall Inc, 2007. [TS
155.6.C48]
5. Zeid I., “Mastering CAD/CAM”, McGraw Hill, 2004. [TS155.6.Z455 2005]
Electives
BDD40303 Rapid Product Development and Manufacturing
Synopsis
Introduction to rapid product development and rapid prototyping, Rapid prototyping processes,
Rapid prototyping data format, Liquid based rapid prototyping system, Solid based rapid
prototyping system, Powder based rapid prototyping system, Rapid Tooling, Reverse
engineering using rapid prototyping, Application in manufacturing.
References
1. G. Andreas, “Rapid Prototyping”, Hanser Gardner Publication Inc, 2003. [TS155.6 .G42
2003]
2. Kenneth G. Cooper, Rapid Prototyping Technology Selection and Application, Marcel
Dekker Inc, 2001. [TS155.6 .C66 2001]
3. Noorani, Rafiq, (2006), Rapid Prototyping. John Wiley and Sons Inc. [TS155.6 .N66 2006]
4. A. Gebhardt, (2003), Rapid Prototyping. Hanser Gardner Publications. [TS155.6 .G42
2003]
5. S. S. Dimov and D. T. Pham, (2001), Rapid Manufacturing: The Technologies and
Applications of Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Tooling. Springer Verlag. [TS171.4 .P42
2001 N1]
6. T. Wohlers, Rapid Prototyping & Tooling State of the Industry, Annual Report, Wohlers
Assoicates, 1996-2009. [TS230 .C35 2003]
BDD40503 Reverse and Concurrent Engineering
Synopsis
Principle of concurrent engineering, Environmental concurrent engineering, Scheme for
concurrent engineering, Product life cycle, Supplier interaction, Data conversion procedure,
Basic principle of reverse engineering, Evaluation and validation, Design validation, Project
implementation, Reverse engineering measuring equipment.
References
1. Raja, V. and K. J. Fernandes (2008). Reverse Engineering: An Industrial Perspective.
London, Springer. [TA168.5 .R48 2008]
2. Ulrich, K. T. and S. D. Eppinger (2004). Product Design and Development, McGraw
Hill/Irwin. [HD31 .U47 2004]
3. Rao, P. N. (2002). CAD/CAM: Principles and Applications New Delhi: , Tata McGrawHill. [TS155.6 .R364 2002]
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4.
5.
Implementing Concurrent Engineering in Small Companies, Susan Carlson Skalak, Marcel
Dekker Inc, (2002). [TS176 .S52 2002]
Wang, B. (1998). Concurrent Design of Products, Manufacturing, Process and Systems,
Gordon and Breach Science Publishers. [TS178.4 .C66 1998 N1]
BDD40603 Metal Casting Process
Synopsis
Casting process types, Mold making, Sand casting, Casting equipment and appliances, Metal
melts equipment, Foundry practice, Core, Patent, Casting defects, Design analysis, Product
quality.
References
1. Zainal Abidin Ahmad, “Proses Pembuatan”, Edisi Pertama,Universiti Teknologi
Malaysia,1999. [TS205 .Z34 1999 N1]
2. C. W. Ammen, “Metalcasting”, 1st. Ed, McGraw Hill, 2000. [TS230 .A635 2000 N4]
3. P.L. Jain, “Principles of Foundry Technology, 4th Ed., Tata McGraw-Hill, 2003. ]TS230
.J34 2003]
4. S. Kalpakjian, S.R. Schmid, “Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materials”, 5th ed.,
Prentice Hall, 2008. [TS183 .K34 2008]
5. J. Campbell, “Castings”, 2nd Ed., Butterworth-Heinemann, 2003. [TS230 .C35 2003]
Industrial Control
References
1. Mikell, P. Groover. (2007)(3nd Ed-Wiley Asia Student Edition). Fundamentals of Modern
Manufacturing; Material, Processes, and Systems. John Wiley & Sons. (TS183 G76)
2. Richard Zurawski, (2006), Integration technologies for industrial automated systems,
Industrial Information Technologies Series 3, Boca Raton, FL: Taylor and Francis.
(TS1155.63.I67)
3. Gian Frontini and Scott Kennedy, (2003), Manufacturing In Real-Time : Managers,
Engineers, And An Age Of Smart Machines, Amsterdam: Butterworth-Heinemann,
(TS155.6.F76)
4. Curtin D. Johnson, (2002), Process Control Instrumentation Technology, 5th Edition,
Prentice Hall Inc. (TS156.8.J63)
5. Dominique Paret; translated by Roderick Riesco (2005), RFID And Contactless Smart
Card Applications, (TK7895.S62.P37)
6. Lihui Wang and Robert X. Gao. (2006), Condition Monitoring And Control For Intelligent
Manufacturing.
BDD40903 Injection Mold Design
Synopsis
This course will cover the introduction to injection mold concept and plastic part design. Then,
mold layout design, runner design, gating design, ejector design, venting design and cooling
system will be introduced in the following chapter. The last two chapters are product defects
and cost estimation.
References
1. Bryce, D.M. (1998) Plastic Injection Molding: Mold Design and Construction
Fundamentals, Society of Manufacturing Engineers (TP1150.I54)
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BDD40803 Manufacturing Control Technology
Synopsis
Manufacturing control system, Control system analysis and modeling,
Systems, Production Planning and Control.
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Kazmer, D.O. (2007) Injection Mold Design Engineering, Hanser Gardner Publication,
Ohio (TP1150 K39)
Jones, P. (2008) The Mold Design Guide, Smithers Rapra Technology Ltd, UK (TP1150
J66)
Rees, H. and Catoen, B. (2006) Selecting Injection Molds, Carl Hanser Verlag, Munich.
(TP1150 R435)
Beaumont, J. P. (2004) Runner and Gating Design Handbook, Carl Hanser Verlag,
Munich. (TP1150 B424)
BDE40103 AirCond System Design
Synopsis
Introduction to refrigeration plant and air conditioning use. Refrigeration cycle and air. Thermal
comfort. Heat load estimate (Refrigeration). Air distribution and ducting system. Recovery air
conditioning system. Control the Noise in refrigerant plant. Design project for Air conditioning
system.
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References
1. Walter Grondzik ; Air-conditioning system design manual, Burlington, MA: ButterworthHeinemann, 2007. Call Number TH7687 .A37 2007
2. Rex Miller, Mark R. Miller; Air conditioning and refrigeration, 2006. Call Number
TH7687 .M54 2006. Call Number TP492 .M54 2004
3. William Peter Jones; Air conditioning engineering, 2001.Call Number TH7687 .J66 2001
4. Edward G Pita, Air Conditioning Principles and System: An Energy Approach, 4th Edition,
John Wiley, 1989. TH7687 .P46 1989
BDE40203 Energy Management and Conservation
Synopsis
History and background, plant engineer in energy management, electrical power consumption
in plant, energy conversion, HVAC system, industrial processes and alternative power
generation, safety management, design for energy saving.
References
1. Albert Thumann, Scott C. Dunning, 2008, Plant engineers and managers guide to energy
conservation, 9th Edition, Boca Raton : CRC Press. Call Number TJ163.5.F3 .T48 2008
2. ASHRAE Handbooks, 2009, 2010, 2011, ASHRAE, USA.
3. Francis M. Vanek and Louis D. Albright, 2008, Energy Systems Engineering: Evaluation
and Implementation, Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann. Call Number TJ163.9 .V36 2008
4. David A. Coley, 2008, .Call Number TJ163.2 .C64 2008
5. Albert Thumann, William J. Younger, 2008, Handbook of Energy Audits, Boca Raton, FL:
CRC Press. Call Number XX(125540.1)
BDE40303 Turbo Machinery
Synopsis
Basic thermodynamic and fluid mechanic, heat transfer in turbo machine. Principle of
operation, types, operational characteristics and aspect design for turbin hydraulic, steam turbin,
gas turbine, pump and compressor. Turbomachine Dimension analysis. Heat exchanger and
combustion chamber study. Various application in of transport sector (aero engines, gas
turbines for ship and train propulsion) and the energy sector (steam and gas turbines for power
generation) as industry forwards.
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References
1. William W. Peng; Fundamentals of Turbomachinery, Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley, 2008. Call
Number TJ267 .P46 2008
2. S.L. Dixon, C.A. Hall; Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Turbomachinery, 6th
Edition, Butterworth Heinemann, 2010. Call Number TJ267 .D59 1998 N1
3. Erian A. Baskharone; Principles of Turbomachinery in Air-breathing Engines, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 2006.Call Number TJ778 .B39 2006
4. Roma S. R. Gorla, Aijaz A. Khan; Turbomachinery: Design and Theory, New York:
Marcel Dekker, 2003.Call Number TJ267 .G67 2003
5. Earl Logan; Handbook of Turbomachinery, 2nd Edition, New York: Marcel Dekker,
2003.Call Number TJ266 .H36 2003
BDE40403 Computational Fluid Dynamics
Synopsis
The CFD course content include introduction of CFD, the governing equations of fluid flow,
numerical methods in CFD, turbulence modeling and applications of CFD.
BDE40503 Fluid Power
Synopsis
Introduction to fluid power; the components, designs and maintenance of the hydraulic and
pneumatic circuits; source, effect and control of pollution in a hydraulic system.
References
1. Rabie, M. Galal, (2009) Fluid power engineering. McGraw-Hill. [TJ840 .R32 2009]
2. R. Keith Mobley, (2000) Fluids power dynamics. Boston. [TJ843 .M63 2000]
3. Anthony Esposito, (2008) Fluid Power with Applications 7th ed., Prentice Hall. [TJ843
.E86 2009]
4. Akers, Arthur (2006) Hydraulic power system analysis. Taylor and Francis. [TJ843 .A43
2006]
5. James L. Johnson (2002) Introduction to fluid power. Thomson Learning. [TJ844 .J63
2002]
BDE40603 Internal Combustion Engine
Synopsis
This course discusses the operation and designs of various types of internal combustion engines
(ICE), using the application of thermodynamics, parameters that influence the engine
performance, engine testing and also discussion on the effects of ICE to the environment; with
focus on ICE for automotive applications. Topics in this course include: Introduction on ICE,
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References
1. Versteeg H. K. and Malalasekera W., (2007), An Introduction To Computational Fluid
Dynamics: The Finite Volume Method, 2nd Edition, Essex, Longman Scientific &
Technical. [QA911 .V47 2007]
2. Anderson, J.D., (1995), Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Basics with Applications,
McGraw-Hill, New York. [QA911 .A53 1995]
3. John D. Ramshaw, (2011) Elements of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Wichita, Kansas:
Engineering Education System. [QA911 .R36 2011]
4. Chung, T.J., (2002), Computational Fluid Dynamics, Cambridge University Press,
Australia. [QA911 .C48 2002]
5. Rhodes, N. (Editor), (2001), Computational Fluid Dynamics in Practice, Professional
Engineering Publishing, London. [QA911 .C65 2001]
the Concept of Hybrid Engine, Engine Cycles, Spark Ignition Engines, Compression Ignition
Engines, Conventional and Alternative Fuels for ICE, Emissions, and ICE testing.
References
1. Heywood, J. B., (1988) Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals, Singapore, McGraw
Hill Book Co. [TJ755 .H49 1988 N2]
2. Pulkrabek, W. W. (2004) Engineering Fundamentals of the Internal Combustion Engine,
Prentice Hall. [TJ785 .P84 2004]
3. Ferguson, C. R. and Kirkpatrick, A. T., (2001) Internal Combustion Engine: Applied
Thermoscience, USA, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. [TJ756 .F47 2001 N2]
4. Basshuysen, R.V. and Fred Schafer, (2004) Internal Combustion Engine Handbook, SAE
International. [TJ755 .I57 2004]
5. James R. Senft, (2007) Mechanical Efficiency of Heat Engines, Cambridge University
Press; Reissue edition. [TJ255 .S46 2007]
6. Chris Mi, M. Abul Masrur, & David Wenzhong Gao, (2011) Hybrid Electric Vehicles:
Principles and Applications with Practical Perspectives, Wiley. [TL221.15 .M52 2011]
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BDE40703 Engineering Maintenance and Safety
Synopsis
Maintenance and safety Engineering will discuss about basic principals of safety and how to
reduce the accidents’ risk. This subject also will discuss about the hazard in plant.
References
1. J. Newell, (2009), “Essentials of Modern Materials Science and Engineering”, John Wiley
& Sons. [TA403 .N48 2009]
2. James F, Shackelford, (2005) Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers 6th ed.,
Prentice Hall. Call Number TA403 .S52 2005
3. William D. Callister, Jr., (2007) Materials Science & Engineering An Introduction, John
Wiley & Sons. Call Number TA403 .C33 2007
4. C.P. Sharma, (2004) Engineering Materials Properties and Applications of Metals and
Alloys, Prentice Hall India. Call Number TA403 .S55 2004
5. George E. Dieter, (1988) Mechanical Metallurgy, Mc Graw Hill. Call Number TA405 .D53
1988
BDE40803 Aerodynamics
Synopsis
Introduction to aerodynamic, aerodynamic general principle and equation, vortex and lift force,
flow at cylinder, boundary layer, Reynolds number, Kutta-Jackowki theorem, lift force at
airfoil, drag force analysis, subsonic and supersonic flow, Mach number, wind tunnel.
References
1. Anderson J, 2011, Fundamental of Aerodynamic, McGraw Hill. [TL570 .A525 2011]
2. J.J Bertin, M.L Smith, 2009, Aerodynamic For Engineers, Prentice Hall. [TL570 .B47
2009]
3. L. Clancy, 2003, Aerodynamics for engineering students, Oxford: ButterworthHeinemann.[TL570 .H68 2003]
4. Kuethe, 1998, Foundations of Aerodynamics, Willey.[TL570 .K83 1998]
5. Robert L.Mott, 2006, Applied Fluid Mechanic, 5th ed. Prentice Hall. [TA357 .M67 2006]
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BDE40903 Thermal Environmental Design
Synopsis
Human factor in environment control, new development in comfort, heat and body, ventilation
and indoor air quality, field works and laboratory works.
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References
1. Faye C. McQuiston, Jerald D. Parker & Jeffrey D. Spitler (2004).“Heating ventilating and
air conditioning and design: analysis and design”, 6th ed. John Wiley. [TH7222 .M36
2004]
2. Edward G Pita, (2001), “Air Conditioning Principles and System: An Energy Approach”,
4th Edition, John Wiley. [TH7687 .P46 1989]
3. Jan F. Kreider and Ari Rabl, (2002), “Heating and Cooling of Buidings: Design For
Efficiency”, 2nd Edition, McGraw Hill. [TH7345 .K73 2002 n2]
4. ASHRAE Handbooks Volume 1, 2, 3 & 4, American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning Engineers.
5. American Society Of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Consitioning Engineers (2006),
“ASHRAE greenguide: the design, construction and operation of sustainable
buildings”,2nd Edition, Butterworth-Heinemann. [TH880 .A83 2006]
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