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<p>COURSE OUTLINE </p> <p>F/Kurikulum/Folder Rangka Kuliah/10 June 2008 </p> <p>FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING </p> <p>Page : 1 of 5 </p> <p>VEHICLE STRUCTURES (SKMV 4123) </p> <p>Session Semester </p> <p>: 2016/2017 : 1 </p> <p>PRE-REQUISITE : SKMV 3233, SKMM 3523 </p> <p>EQUIVALENCE : - </p> <p>TOTAL LECTURE HOURS : 42 </p> <p>Lecturers E-Mail Room No. Phone No. </p> <p>1. Dr Nurulakmar Abu Husain </p> <p>nurul@fkm.utm.my C23-421 34665 </p> <p>2. Dr Abd Rahim Abu Bakar arahim@fkm.utm.my C24-312 34572 </p> <p>Synopsis : </p> <p> This course is designed to expose students to the design of the modern passenger car structure. It will </p> <p>emphasize on the general architecture of the vehicle structure, design specifications for the body </p> <p>structure, methodology for evaluation of body structure performance and manufacturing/assembly of </p> <p>body panels. </p> <p>PREPARED BY : </p> <p>CERTIFIED BY : </p> <p>Name </p> <p>Signature Date </p> <p>: </p> <p>: </p> <p>: </p> <p>Dr. Abd Rahim Abu Bakar </p> <p>4th September 2016 </p> <p>Name </p> <p>Signature Date </p> <p>: </p> <p>: </p> <p>: </p> <p>Head of Department </p> <p>COURSE OUTLINE </p> <p>F/Kurikulum/Folder Rangka Kuliah/10 June 2008 </p> <p>FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING </p> <p>Page : 2 of 5 </p> <p>VEHICLE STRUCTURES (SKMV 4123) </p> <p>Session Semester </p> <p>: 2016/2017 : 1 </p> <p>COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES </p> <p>By the end of the course, students should be able to : </p> <p>No. Course Learning Outcomes Programme </p> <p>Learning Outcome(s) Addressed </p> <p>Learning </p> <p>Taxonomies &amp; </p> <p> Generic Skills Assessed </p> <p>Assessment Methods </p> <p>1. </p> <p>Describe body structure and its sub-systems in relation to design </p> <p>and functional aspects. </p> <p>PO1 </p> <p>C2 T, A, F </p> <p>2 </p> <p> Identify design specifications of </p> <p>body structure and its sub-systems. </p> <p>PO2 C4 T, A, F </p> <p>3. </p> <p>Evaluate vehicle structural performance through appropriate </p> <p>analysis to meet standard design </p> <p>specifications using finite element </p> <p>software package </p> <p>PO2, PO3, PO5 C6 T, A, F </p> <p>4. </p> <p> Describe the connection/joint </p> <p>methods involved in assembling a </p> <p>body structure </p> <p>PO1 C2 T, A, F </p> <p>5 </p> <p> Outline the process involved in </p> <p>assembling a body structure </p> <p>PO1 C2 T, A, F, PR </p> <p>6 </p> <p> Demonstrate the ability for problem solving through critical </p> <p>thinking, seek ideas and alternative </p> <p>solutions for vehicle structure </p> <p> PO2,PO3 </p> <p>C3, P4, A2 </p> <p>[CTPS1-CTPS3] </p> <p>Observation </p> <p>(Q&amp;A </p> <p>Session) </p> <p> Note : (T Test ; PR Project ; Q Quiz; HW Homework ; A Assignment; Pr Presentation; F Final Exam, PA-Peer Assessment) </p> <p>COURSE OUTLINE </p> <p>F/Kurikulum/Folder Rangka Kuliah/10 June 2008 </p> <p>FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING </p> <p>Page : 3 of 5 </p> <p>VEHICLE STRUCTURES (SKMV 4123) </p> <p>Session Semester </p> <p>: 2016/2017 : 1 </p> <p>STUDENT LEARNING TIME </p> <p>No. Teaching and Learning Activities Student Learning Time </p> <p>(hours) </p> <p>Teaching and Learning Activities Student Learning Time </p> <p>(hours) </p> <p>1. Face-to-Face Learning </p> <p>a. Lecturer-Centered Learning </p> <p>i. Lecture 36 </p> <p>b. Student-Centered Learning (SCL) </p> <p>i. Laboratory/Tutorial </p> <p>ii. Student-centered learning activities Active Learning, Project Based Learning </p> <p>0 </p> <p>6 </p> <p>2. Self-Directed Learning </p> <p>a. Non-face-to-face learning or student-centered learning (SCL) such as manual, assignment, module, e-Learning, etc. </p> <p>16 </p> <p>b. Revision 38 </p> <p>c. Assessment Preparations 18 </p> <p>3. Formal Assessment </p> <p>a. Continuous Assessment 3 </p> <p>b. Final Exam 3 </p> <p>Total 120/40=3.0 </p> <p> TEACHING METHODOLOGY </p> <p>Lectures and active learning </p> <p>COURSE OUTLINE </p> <p>F/Kurikulum/Folder Rangka Kuliah/10 June 2008 </p> <p>FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING </p> <p>Page : 4 of 5 </p> <p>VEHICLE STRUCTURES (SKMV 4123) </p> <p>Session Semester </p> <p>: 2016/2017 : 1 </p> <p>WEEKLY SCHEDULE </p> <p>Week Lecture Topic / Content </p> <p>1-2 </p> <p>1-6 </p> <p>Description of Body Structures and All The Sub-Systems </p> <p>Front End </p> <p>Under Body </p> <p>Body </p> <p>Closures </p> <p>Interior </p> <p>3-7 </p> <p>7-22 </p> <p>Functional Aspects of Body Structures and Design Specification </p> <p>Package </p> <p>Safety </p> <p>Noise,Vibration and Harsness(NVH) </p> <p>Durability </p> <p>Other system mounting </p> <p>8 </p> <p>MID SEMESTER BREAK </p> <p>9-14 </p> <p>23-39 </p> <p>Methods to Analyse Structure Performance FEM analysis of Body Structures </p> <p>15 </p> <p>40-42 </p> <p> Joining Method and Assembly Process </p> <p>16 REVISION WEEK AND FINAL EXAMINATION </p> <p>REFERENCES </p> <p> 1. Donald E Malen, 2011, Fundamental of Automobile body structure design, SAE </p> <p>2. International. </p> <p>3. Jason, C. B, John R. A. and Stan, T. S. 2002. Motor Vehicle Structure, Oxford. </p> <p>Butterworth-Heinemann </p> <p>4. Pawlowski, J. Vehicle Body Engineering, business Book Limited, London, 1969 </p> <p>5. 'An Introduction to Modern Vehicle Design', Ed. J Happian-Smith, Butterworth-</p> <p>Heinemann, 2001 </p> <p>COURSE OUTLINE </p> <p>F/Kurikulum/Folder Rangka Kuliah/10 June 2008 </p> <p>FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING </p> <p>Page : 5 of 5 </p> <p>VEHICLE STRUCTURES (SKMV 4123) </p> <p>Session Semester </p> <p>: 2016/2017 : 1 </p> <p>GRADING </p> <p>No. Assessment Number % each % total </p> <p>1. Test 2 20 40 </p> <p>2. Project &amp; Assignment 1 20 20 </p> <p>3. Final Exam 1 40 40 </p> <p>Overall Total 100 </p> <p>ATTENDANCE </p> <p>The student should adhere to the rules of attendance as stated in the University Academic Regulation :- </p> <p>1. Student must attend not less than 80% of lecture hours as required for the subject. </p> <p>2. The student will be prohibited from attending any lecture and assessment activities upon failure to </p> <p>comply the above requirement. Zero mark will be given to the subject. </p>

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