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Engineernig Ethics BENU4583 1-2013/2014

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ENGINNERING ETHICS
BENU 4583    
SEMESTER I  
SESSION 2012/2013
    
BENU 4583      ENGINEERING ETHICS

Type of Subject : P

1.0          Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, the students should be able to:

1.    relate the effect and impact of technology on society, culture and
environment.                                              [PO9, C6]
2.    practise as a responsible professional, abiding to the code of
professional ethics.                                                         [PO6, A5]
3.    communicate effectively and professionally.                          [PO7, A3]
4.    perform duties effectively individually and in a group.                          [PO8, A5]
5.    response critically and handle social, cultural and global issues as
well as environment, occupational health & safety issues.               [PO6, P3]
2.0        Synopsis
  
This course covers topics on:

Ethics and professionalism, Engineers and society, Professional ethics, Code of ethics, IEM and BEM code of ethics, Rights and Responsibilities of Engineers, Regulation on professional conducts, Engineer as employee/employer, Moral decision making, , Competence of practicing engineering, Honesty and integrity, Engineer Accountability, Ethics practice in occupational safety and health at work; Engineers legal liability, Engineer and environment; Ethics dealing with human, Global and Local Case Studies, Engineers and Technologies Progress, Ethics in Research and Experimentation.

Also included are topics on OBE, OBE Tools, ISO, Career guidance, Job Seeking Strategies, Resume and Cover Letters and Interview Techniques.


3.0      Pre-requisite

      Nil

4.0    References

[1]    The Institution Of Engineer, Engineering Professionalism  and Ethics, 2009.
[2]    Charles B. Fleddermann, Engineering Ethics, 4th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2011.
[3]    Mike W Martin, Roland Schinzinger, Ethics in Engineering, 2nd Ed, McGraw-Hill, 2009.
[4]    Charles E Harris JR, Michael S Pritchard, Michael J Rabin, Engineering Ethics, 4th Ed, Thomson and Wadsworth, 2009.
[5]    Arazi Idrus, Shaharin A. Sulaiman, Mohd Faris Khamidi, Engineers in Society, McGraw Hill 2010
[6]    Safe Work in 21st Centuries (Educational and Training for the Next Decade Occupational Health and Safety Personnel) National Academy Press, 2006

5.0     Course Implementation
  

No    Session    Hrs    Freq    Week    Official Contact Hours/ Sem (Hrs)    Self Learning Time/ Session (Hrs)    Self Learning Time/ Sem (Hrs)    Student Learning Time (SLT)/Sem
(Hrs)     
   
1    Lecture         
2    Tutorial       
3    Presentation         
4    Industrial Talk         
5    Test 1, 2 and Final Test         
6    Assignment 1         
7    Assignment 2 with report   

(i)    Lectures
3 hours per week for 14 weeks (3 x 14 = 42 hours)
(ii)    Tutorial
1 hour per week for 5 weeks (1 x 5 = 5 hours)
(iii)    Presentation/Case Study/Assignment
1 hour per week for 6 weeks (1 x 6 = 6 hours)
(iv)    Test
1 hour per week for 3 weeks (1 x 3 = 3 hours)
  

6.0    Assignments

The students are required to do two assignments. Assignment 1 is open to any topic (individual assignment) while Assignment 2 is a case study on local or international issues to be presented in class. It will be based on student centred learning and carried out as a group work.

7.0    Evaluations

    Individual Assessment

    Test 1                                          15%
    Assignment 1                            10%
    Student Journal                       10%
    Test 2                                          15%
    Final Test                                  20%

    Group Assessment

    Assigment 2
    Case Study                               30%

            TOTAL MARKS             100%                    

8.0    Methods of Assessment


Component    Knowledge    Competency    Attitude    Communication     Teamwork     
Tests    

Assignment     
Presentation   


9.0        Detail Syllabus and Teaching Plan


Week    Session    Contents    References     
1    Lecture (3)      Chapter 1 :  Introduction
Background idea of engineering ethics, differentiating between personal and business ethics, ethics and the law, approaching engineering ethics problems     [1,4,5]     
    Tutorial (1)    Experiential Learning         
2     Lecture (3)
    Chapter 2 : Career Guidance
Job Seeking Strategies, Cover Letter and Resume Writing, Interview Techniques    [1,4,5]     
    Tutorial (1)    Assignment 1 – Resume Writing         
3 & 4    Lecture (6)
     Chapter 3 : Professionalism and Codes of Ethics
Definition of professionalism, understanding engineering as a profession, ethical theories, IEM and BEM code of ethics and Discussion of Case Studies.
Assignment 2    [1,2,3,4,5]     
    Tutorial (2)    Assignment 2 – Case Studies         
5 & 6    Lecture (6)
    Chapter 4 : Ethical Problem – Solving Techniques
Analysis of issues in ethical problems, line drawing, flow charting, learn to handle conflicting problems, application in bribery and accepting gifts situation.    [1,2,3,4,5]     
    Tutorial (2)    Experiential Learning/Test 1         
7 & 8    Lecture (6)    Chapter 5 : Ethics practice in Occupational Safety and Health at Work
Overview of OSH Evolution, typical occupational safety hazards, why OSH to be managed, Accident Causation Theories, Major Industrial Accidents – Lesson Learnt, Introduction to Legislative system – OSH Act 1994, Regulations under OSH Act 1994, Factory & Machinery Act 1967, Engineering Safety Practices, Mechanical Safety, Electrical Safety, Testing & Commissioning Safety    [5,6]     
    Tutorial (2)    Assignment Presentation         
9        Mid Semester Break         
10 & 11    Lecture (6)        Chapter 6: Rights and Responsibilities of Engineers
Introduction, Professional Responsibilities, Computer Ethics, Professional Rights, Whistle Blowing    [1,2,3,4,5]     
    Tutorial (2)    Assignment Presentation/Test 2         
12 &13     Lecture (6)
    Chapter 7: Honesty and Integrity
Introduction, Truthfulness and Trustworthiness, Research Integrity, Consultation, Expert  Witnesses and Advisers    [1,2,3,4,5]     
    Tutorial (2)    Assignment Presentation         
14    Lecture (3)    Chapter 8: Ethics in Research and Experimentation
Introduction, Ethics and Research, Pathological Science    [1,2,3,4,5]     
    Tutorial (1)    Experiential Learning         
15    Lecture (3)    OBE, OBE Tools, ISO, BEM, IEM, EAC, Washington Accord, Sydney Accord, Dublin Accord    [1, ,5]     
    Tutorial (1)    Final Test          
16        Revision Week         
17,18        Final Examination Week        


BENE 4143-MANUFACTURING AUTOMATION

MANUFACTURING AUTOMATION

1.0 LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of the course, students are able to:

1.to explain the basic concepts of automation and its relationship with the manufacturing system. [PO1 , C2]

2.to design a manufacturing system based on control technologies, material handling and manufacturing systems concepts.[PO4, C5]

3.to analyze the quality control in manufacturing systems.[PO1, C4]

4.to analyze the manufacturing support systems that operates at the enterprise level.[PO3, C4]

5.to develop quality control (QC) in a manufacturing system using quality control tools. [PO5, C5]

6.to work effectively as an individually and collectively through group discussion.[PO8, A4]


1.0 SYNOPSIS

This course will discuss the automation and control technologies, material handling, manufacturing support systems, quality control in manufacturing systems and manufacturing support systems.


2.0 PRE REQUISITE

None

3.0 REFERENCES

[1] Mikell P. Groover, Automation, Production Systems and Computer-Integrated
Manufacturing, Prentice Hall (2001).
[2] Jon Stenerson, Industrial Automation and Process Control, Prentice Hall (2003).

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DENE3353 (3 2010/2011)

DENE3353 (3 2010/2011)

DENE 3353 APPLIED ELECTRONICS

Type of Subject: P


1.0 Learning Outcomes


At the end of this subject, the students should be able to:

1. explain the operation and the application of op-amp circuits. [PO1, C2]
2. analyze the operation of class A, class B, class AB and class C power amplifier circuits. [PO3 , C4]
3. demonstrate the three basic filter response characteristics and other filter parameters. [PO1, C3]
4. explain and analyze the operating principles of an oscillator and its application. [PO3, C2]
5. design simple power supply circuit and demonstrate the principles of voltage regulators. [PO3, C5]
6. measure the performance of applied electronic circuits through lab sessions. [PO2, P4]
7. perform experiments and present technical reports. [PO5, PO7,A3]



2.0 Synopsis

This course will discuss about op-amp operations, applications and schematic diagrams, filter applications (basic filter concepts, filter response characteristics, active LP filter, active HP filter, active BP filter, active BS filter, filter response measurement, system applications), oscillator circuits (feedback oscillator principles, oscillators with the RC feedback circuits, oscillator with LC feedback circuits, relaxation oscillators, the 555 timers as an oscillator and system application – Hartley oscillator, phase oscillator, Colpitts oscillator), power amplifier circuits (class A, class B, class AB, class C and Class D, heat sink, feedback concepts), power supply circuit, voltage regulators (voltage regulation, basic series regulators, basic shunt regulators, basic switching regulators, IC voltage regulator, application of IC voltage regulator and system applications).



3.0 Pre requisite:

DENE 2333 - Electronics


4.0 Practical Application

Laboratory topics cover:
Teaching Plan

BENE 1123 FUNDAMENTAL OF ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING


BENE 1123 FUNDAMENTAL OF ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING


TYPE OF SUBJECT: P

 1.0  LEARNING OUTCOMES


At the end of this course, students should be able to:

1.    apply semiconductor theory in explaining electronic devices. [PO1, C2]
2.     investigate problems related to diode application circuit. [PO3, C4]
3.     choose appropriate components when designing simple BJT amplifier circuits. [PO4, C3]
4.     analyse simple BJT & FET amplifier circuit [PO3,C4]
5.     perform assignment and present technical report. [PO7, A2]


2.0  SYNOPSIS


This course will discuss;

1.     Bohr Atomic Model: valency, period table of elements, trivalent, tetravalent and pentavalent elements, movement electrons in solid: conductor, insulator and semiconductor, bands theory: energy band, conduction band and forbidden band. Doping, p and n materials, pn junction.
2.     Silicon Semiconductor Diodes: characteristics and measurement of forward & reverse biased, composite characteristics and load line analysis, clipping, clamping & simple rectifier (half & full) circuits, zener diodes characteristics, and simple shunt regulators.
3.     Bipolar Junction Transistor: construction and operation of BJT, BJT characteristics and measurement technique, limits of operation, βdc & αdc, DC biasing - DC load lines. Amplification of signal. Transistor as a switch.
4.     Field Effect Transistor: construction & operation of FET, FET characteristics & diagram, Shockley’s equation, DC biasing – DC load line: graphical and mathematical approach.

3.0  Pre-requisite

None

4.0  PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS

None

5.0  REFERENCES

[1]  Fauziyah S., Maisarah A., Hazura H., Noor Asyikin S., “Fundamentals of Electronics Engineering”, UteM, 2009.
[2]  Boylestad R., Nashelsky L., “Electronic Devices and circuit Theory”, Eighth Edition,
Prentice Hall Inc., 2002.
[3]  Floyd, “Electronic Devices”, Sixth Edition, Prentice Hall, 2002.
[4]   R P Punagin, “Basic Electronics”, Mc-Graw Hill, 2000.


6.0  COURSE IMPLEMENTATION

No.
Session
Hrs
Freq
Week
Official Contact Hours Per Sem     (Hrs)
Self Learning Time Per Session   (Hrs)
Self Learning Time Per Sem      (Hrs)
Student Learning Time (SLT) Per Sem (Hrs)



a
b
c
d = a*b*c
e
f = e*b*c
g = d + f

1
Lecture
1
3
12
36
1
36
72

2
Lecture (PBL)
3
1
2
6
3
6
12

3
Tutorial
1
1
6
6
0
0
6

4
Assignment report
0
1
1
0
4
4
4

5
Presentation
3
1
1
3
3
3
6

6
Test
1
1
2
2
2
4
6

7
Final exam
3
1
1
3
10
10
13


Total



56

63
119



7.0  COURSE Evaluations

Coursework:

50%



Test 1
15%

Test 2
15%




PBL presentation
10%

PBL assignment
10%




Final Examination:

50%
Total

100%

 

8.0  METHOD OF ASSESSMENT

Component
Knowledge
Competency
Attitude
Communication
Tests/Quizes
x
x


Assignment
x
x
x
x
Final Exam
x
x


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Bagaimana anda boleh menggunakan VB.NET untuk memberikan arahan kepada komputer untuk melaksanakan tugas (instruction order). Misalnya dari komputer kita boleh mengarahkan keluaran samaada menggunakan port bersiri atau selari.
Contoh di atas (gambar sistem automasi), menunjukkan susun atur sistem untuk menghidupkan suis lampu melalui komputer penguna boleh mengsetkan julat masa untuk menghidupkan atau mematikankan suis lampu tersebut. Sistem seperti ini biasanya digunakan di kebanyakan sistem rumah pintar atau dikenali sebagai "Smart House". Kita akan melihat setiap komponen yang terbabit seperti yang bertanda dengan nombor pada gambar di atas. Di antara komponen-komponen tersebut seperti di bawah:
1. VB.NET
2.Port Bersiri
3. Antaramuka Perisian dan Perkakasan (Software & Hardware)
4. Microcontroller (PIC16F87A)
5. Driver
6. Litar akhir (Lampu, kipas dan sebagainya)


Komputer Perisian (Software):
Untuk membolehkan antaramuka (interfacing) dapat di buat dengan jayanya, terdapat beberapa keperluan perisian(software) yang sesuai untuk membolehkan Software & Hardware berkomunikasi. Diantaranya PuTTY, Hyperterminal, VB.NET, C, MPLAB.

PuTTY dan Hyperterminal adalah dalam kelas yang sama tujuan keduanya untuk membolehkan kita menghantar dan menerima data dan proses ini dapat dilihat meggunakan salah satu program ini. Terdapat banyak lagi perisian emulator atau file transfer ini seperti ASCII, Kermit, XMODEM, YMODEM/YMODEM-G, and ZMODEM. Tetapi di dalam bab ini akan diterangkan dua jenis emulator di atas (PuTTYdan Hyperterminal).

Bagi pengguna yang menggunakan Window Vista atau Window 7, anda boleh menggunakan PuTTY untuk membuat ujian Tx dan Rx data. Kerana Window Vista dan Window 7 tidak mempunyai Hyperterminal di dalam program default OS nya. PuTTY boleh dimuaturunkan di laman http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html
[Terima kasih kepada Team PuTTY (Simon Tatham,Owen Dunn, Ben Harris and Ben Jacob Nevins) PuTTY is maintained by a small team based in Cambridge, England].

HYPERTERMINAL
Untuk penerangan Hyperterminal di bawah ini saya quote dari pada laman web http://obbig.wordpress.com/a-short-hyperterminal-tutorial/ .

Hi all, I decided to do this small tutorial as I noticed a lot of you were new to Telnet, even though you had differing amounts of experience on the internet. HyperTerminal is a small program that’s been included in Windows for a long time (can’t remember when it was first introduced, I think around Windows 3.11). It’s very easy to set up and use, and since it’s already there in Windows it takes up no additional room.
So, with that said, let us begin:

First, go to the Start menu, then to Accessories, then Communications and you’ll see the icon for Hyperterminal. Clicking on that will bring up this next screen:

Simply choose an icon and name for the connection, then click ok. Note that this icon will not be placed on the desktop, but will appear when you choose File > Open from the top toolbar menu in Hyperterminal. This is where all your connections that you save are kept. We then come to this screen:

Now it is asking for your country and area code, as the default is for the program to dial a connection. Remember that when this program was made, there was no such thing as ADSL or cable modems for personal computers. To change this screen, click on the “Connect using” radio button and switch from COM 1 to TCP/IP (Winsock). This will then change what you see to this:


For those of you who may not have access to a broadband connection don’t worry, configuring HyperTerminal the same way will still work, it just means you will have to be connected to the net already each time you want to use the program. One of the ways this program was used most often was to dial into local BBS (Bulletin Board Systems), which was the easiest way us dinosaurs from the dark ages could download graphics, programs and stuff, lol. Anyway, enough sideline history, now on with the show :) . On the new screen you will see it asks for an address and port number. Here is where you type in the curtin address (or the name/numerical address of a Telnet site you want to visit) and unless directed otherwise by the site you are going to, leave the port number to it’s default of 23. Once you click on ok the program connects to the server and asks you the following:

Simply type V, then it will ask you to confirm yes or no, so type Y, and your connection will be completed (providing of course the site is not too busy and you are locked out, lol). For the purpose of our first Task, the following screen will appear:

Now you can browse and search the directories to your heart’s content…well, to the site administrator’s content anyway, as they will have chosen what options you can do from here, lol. Just remember that when you disconnect from a site using HyperTerminal the first time, use the little icon up the top of a phone hanging up. That way you’ll be asked if you want to save this connection or not (that way if it’s a site you want to visit again you don’t have to go through the setup first).
Of course the above screen will be different depending on the site you visit, so go ahead and try HyperTerminal with the blinkenlights site in Task 2. Hopefully this is of use to you all, and that I’ve made it a little easier to use Telnet for you. On a side note referring to history again, you may notice on the we
b that BBS’s are making a comeback, both in WWW versions and also local versions that you can dial into from home. Some of the local versions never went away, lol, as most are done as a hobby by their administrators.

***Contoh penggunaan Hyperterminal yang lain boleh di lihat di laman web ini http://www.108relays.ca/art_hterm.html