Second year Engineering design, construct

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Second year Engineering unit: JE221 Fluid Mechanics: Design, construct, and test a marine vehicle in a group
Developed by A/Prof Dev Ranmuthugala and Moira Cordiner
Synopsis of the task and its context
In groups of seven, students design, construct, and test a model submarine to meet given specifications. Each group is provided with the same items and access to a
Build Studio and hydrodynamic facilities for testing. Timelines are provided for when each part of the project is to be completed, that is: Project Plan (week 4),
including a Gantt chart, resources and equipment; request and obtain the resources from the Build Studio, design and construct the model submarine, test the vehicle,
and conduct an acceptance trial (in week 12) to the satisfaction of an engineering panel; and the final report using the specified format (week 13). This group report
includes: the project plan, resource allocation, and variances; description of the design, including CAD drawings, sketches, tables, and graphs; supporting literature
survey, assumptions, theory, and calculations; testing results; conclusion and recommendations; and the description and percentage of work carried out by the team
members. Each team member also provides a written submission on the work allocation and the effort of the individual team members. Examples of reports for
different marine projects are made available to the groups.
Note: The assessment criteria covers the learning outcomes identified below and the relevant Graduate Attributes as specified in the assessment task cover sheet.
The criteria link not only to the learning outcomes but also to AMC BE Graduate Attributes that encompasses Engineers’ Australia Competencies and UTAS
graduate attributes. Match between learning outcomes/objectives and criteria for the task
Unit Learning Outcomes (unrevised)
task specific criteria
1. Apply the mathematical formulation of the basic laws governing laminar fluid flow kinematics and
dynamics and be able to discuss the assumptions that underlie them.
3. Apply dimensional analysis to given engineering situations, and apply dynamic similarity laws to
scale models and full size components.
5. Describe fluid flow around engineering shapes, including the phenomena of boundary layers and
wakes, and calculate their lift and drag characteristics.
1. Demonstrate and apply theoretical and practical knowledge of Fluid
Mechanics and related engineering principles to design a marine vehicle
1. Apply the mathematical formulation of the basic laws governing laminar fluid flow kinematics and
dynamics and be able to discuss the assumptions that underlie them
5. Describe fluid flow around engineering shapes, including the phenomena of boundary layers and
wakes, and calculate their lift and drag characteristics.
Note: the graduate attributes for the Bachelor of Engineering includes 6 on communication and 6 on
team work
3. Analyse results to justify assessment of marine vehicle’s performance
2. Solve problems in the construction and testing phases of the marine
vehicle
4. Communicate in a team in writing in the form of a technical report
2. Make measurements of statics and moving fluids, including pressure and velocity measurements,
using devices commonly employed in industry and research.
not assessed in this task
4. Design pumping and piping systems, including selecting appropriate system components and
pump matching.
not assessed in this task
JEE221 Fluid Mechanics – Semester 2, 2010
Group:
Fluid Mechanics Practical – Design, Construct, and Test a Model marine vehicle
weighting: 20%
Criteria
HD
DN
CR
PP
NN
Demonstrate and apply
theoretical and practical
knowledge of Fluid
Mechanics and related
engineering principles to
design a marine vehicle
 demonstrate and apply
comprehensive knowledge of
maritime fluid mechanics and
hydrostatics when thoroughly
discussing and describing the
main concepts and features
related to the design
 demonstrate and apply broad
knowledge of maritime fluid
mechanics and hydrostatics
when discussing and describing
the main concepts and features
related to the design
 demonstrate and apply
knowledge of maritime fluid
mechanics and hydrostatics
when discussing and describing
most of the concepts and
features related to the design
 demonstrate and apply basic
knowledge of maritime fluid
mechanics and hydrostatics
when discussing and describing
some of the concepts and
features related to the design
 demonstrate partially-developed
knowledge of fluid mechanics
and hydrostatic, and state
concepts and describe features
related to the design
 make meaningful assumptions
and correctly calculate all of the
expected parameters and
variables, thoroughly justifying
their use and outcomes
 make relevant assumptions and
correctly calculate the expected
parameters and variables,
justifying their use and outcomes
 make assumptions and calculate
most expected parameters and
variables, justifying their use and
outcomes
 make at least half the required
assumptions and calculate some
of the expected parameters and
variables, partially justifying their
use and outcomes
 make insufficient or wrong
assumptions and partially
calculate some of the expected
parameters, occasionally
justifying their use and outcomes
 support all your work with
extensive, relevant and current
literature, link all of your design
and development work to
relevant fluid mechanics theory
and maritime industry practices
 support your work with relevant
and current literature, link most
of your design and development
work to relevant fluid mechanics
theory and maritime industry
practices
 support most of your work with
relevant literature, link some of
your design and development
work to relevant fluid mechanics
theory and maritime industry
practices
 support at least half of your work
with literature, link some of your
design and development work to
fluid mechanics theory and
maritime industry practices
 partially link to some fluid
mechanics and engineering
practices
 communicate and work
effectively in a team and as a
leader to efficiently plan and
conduct the project to achieve all
stipulated goals
 communicate and work
effectively in a team and as a
leader to plan and conduct the
project to achieve all stipulated
goals
 communicate and work in a
team and occasionally as a
leader to plan and conduct the
project to achieve most of the
stipulated goals
 communicate and work regularly
in a team to plan and conduct
the project to achieve the some
stipulated goals
 work mainly as an individual
 solve problems in the
construction & testing phases to:
 solve problems in the
construction & testing phases to:
 solve problems in the
construction & testing phases to:
 solve problems in the
construction & testing phases to:
 partially solve problems in the
construction & testing phases to:
 provide accurate, innovative
and practical solutions
 provide accurate and practical
solutions most of which are
innovative
 provide accurate and practical
solutions
 provide some accurate and
practical solutions
 provide inaccurate and/or
incomplete solutions
 devise a correct testing
schedule and conduct correct,
mostly complete, and safe
testing of the vehicle
 devise a testing schedule and
conduct correct and safe
testing of the vehicle
 devise a testing schedule and
conduct safe testing of the
vehicle and at least half of this
is correct
 conduct incorrect, unsafe and
incomplete testing
10%
 devise a detailed and correct
testing schedule and conduct
correct, complete, and safe
testing of the vehicle
10%
 successfully develop a working
marine vehicle that meets all and
exceeds some operational
specifications
10%
10%
10%
Solve problems in the
construction and testing
phases of the marine
vehicle
10%
 successfully develop a working
marine vehicle that meets all
operational specifications
 successfully develop a working
marine vehicle that meets most
of the operational specifications
 develop a partially working
marine vehicle that meets at
least half of the operational
specifications
 develops a vehicle that meets a
few of the operational
specifications
Criteria
HD
DN
CR
PP
Analyse results to justify
assessment of marine
vehicle’s performance
 thoroughly and methodically
analyse data/results by:
 methodically analyse
data/results by:
 analyse data/results by:
 analyse data/results by:
20%
Communicate in a team in
writing in the form of a
technical report
5%
10%
5%
Comment
NN
 comparing all of the
predicted and actual
performance of the vehicle to
accurately assess how well it
meets the operational
specifications
 comparing most of the
predicted and actual
performance of the vehicle to
accurately assess how well it
meets the operational
specifications
 comparing most of the
predicted and actual
performance of the vehicle to
accurately assess, for the
most part, how well it meets
the operational specifications
 comparing at least half of the
predicted and actual
performance of the vehicle to
assess how well it meets the
operational specifications
 clearly justifying your
judgments by referring to
relevant and current
literature, theory and
calculations
 justifying your judgments by
referring to relevant and
current literature, theory and
calculations
 justifying most of your
judgments by referring to
partly relevant literature,
theory and calculations
 justifying at least half your
judgments by referring to
some literature, theory and
calculations
 analyse some data/results
 communicate concisely and
coherently in a structured and
readable report that adheres to
the given format
 communicate concisely and
coherently in a structured and
readable report that adheres to
the given format
 communicate coherently in a
structured and readable report
that adheres to the given format
 communicate in a structured and
readable report that largely
adheres to the given format
 present information
 include comprehensive, fully
detailed, and correct sketches
and CAD drawings that make it
easy to comprehend the
construction and layout of the
vehicle
 include detailed and correct
sketches and CAD drawings that
make it easy to comprehend the
construction and layout of the
vehicle
 include correct sketches and
CAD drawings that assist in
comprehending the construction
and layout of the vehicle
 include sketches and CAD
drawings that assist in
comprehending most of the
construction and layout of the
vehicle
 include some sketches and
drawings
 present data in a format that is
easily interpreted because it:
 present data in a format that is
easily interpreted because it:
 present data in a format that can
be interpreted because it:
 present data in a format that can
be interpreted because it:
 present data
 is neat, clearly, and
accurately sorted and
labelled
 is neat, clearly and
accurately sorted and
labelled
 is clearly and accurately
sorted and labelled
 uses clear, concise and
accurate legends and units
 uses clear, concise and
accurate legends and units
Grade:
 uses clear and accurate
legends and units
 is sorted and labelled
 uses accurate legends and
units
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