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HYDRAULICS covers the application in hydrostatic and hydrodynamic fluids. This
course involves discussion on hydrostatics concept and basic equations of stability and
buoyancy. This course also emphasize on the application of constituents of pumps and
open channel flow concept appropriately in solving hydraulics problem.
THEORY OF STRUCTURE covers
basic knowledge of facts and principles in calculate the reactions, bending
moments and shear forces for statically indeterminate beams and portal frame
using the slope deflection method and moment distribution method. It also includes
basic principles in calculation the forces in truss members using the
equilibrium joint method and section method for the statically determinate and
using unit load method for the statically indeterminate trusses.
MATERIALS course is designed to equip students with a comprehensive knowledge
and skills related to construction materials used in civil engineering. It will
emphasize on types and function of cement, the function of aggregates in
concrete, water, admixtures, properties of fresh and hardened concrete,
concrete mix design, and manufacturing concrete on site. This course also
focuses on the properties of timber, types and characteristics of brick and
concrete block, steel and non-steel, the types and function of building
finishes materials and the introduction to building elements.
Theory of Structure covers basic knowledge of facts and principles in calculate the reactions, bending moments and shear forces for statically indeterminate beams and portal frame using the slope deflection method and moment distribution method. It also includes basic principles in calculation the forces in truss members using the equilibrium joint method and section method for the statically determinate and using unit load method for the statically indeterminate trusses. Influence lines have important application for the design of structures that resist large live loads. Evaluation in influence lines include determination of shear force, bending moment and the absolute maximum moment.
GEOTECHNICAL & HIGHWAY LABORATORY (DCC30112) covers knowledge in the form of practical through the experiments which are carried out based on the concepts and the theories learned in the class. The emphasis of the course is on the method of conducting experiments, analysis and understanding its relationship with theories learned. The course also focused on the geotechnical & highway which are the core of the civil engineering field.
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND CONTROL is a study on types and effects
of communicable and non-communicable diseases to public health. It also emphasizes
on the control and monitoring of pollution from water, air and noise and the effects to
general health and environment. It also covers the knowledge on management of
municipal solid waste and hazardous waste. The students are exposed to the
Environmental Quality Act 1974 as the guidelines and procedures in managing
BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (BIM)
Focuses on the designing and analysing building models using techniques, resources and BIM tools. Students will be introduced to building models using BIM process for architectural, structural and plumbing. It covers BIM coordination, clash detection and construction scheduling. This course is a project-based where students gain knowledge and skills on the implementation of BIM concepts from planning to design stage.
Theory of Structure covers basic knowledge of facts and principles in calculate the reactions, bending moments and shear forces for statically indeterminate beams and portal frame using the slope deflection method and moment distribution method. It also includes basic principles in analyse the forces in truss members using the equilibrium joint method for the statically determinate and using unit load method for the statically indeterminate trusses. Influence lines have important application for the design of structures that resist large live loads. Evaluation in influence lines include determination of shear force, bending moment and the absolute maximum moment.
STEEL STRUCTURE DESIGN covers the fundamental concepts and basic principles required to design steel structures including beam, column, roof truss and connections. This course enables student to develop understanding basic knowledge related to the theoretical background for the design of steel structures and the practical expertise to translate this background knowledge into successfully performing actual design calculations according to Eurocode 3 (EC3) for a single storey steel building.
GEOTECHNICAL AND HIGHWAY LABORATORY covers knowledge in the form of practical through the experiments which are carried out based on the concepts and the theories learned in the class. The emphasis of the course is on the method of conducting experiments, analysis and understanding its relationship with theories learned. The course also focused on the geotechnical and highway which are the core of the civil engineering field.
Water Supply And Wastewater Engineering are processes and methods for the design and operation of treatment systems for water and wastewater, drinking water distribution systems, and wastewater collection systems, including stormwater. The components of distribution and collection systems, water needs, the composition of wastewater, drinking water quality, disinfection, effluent water quality, quality and environmental hygiene, process theory for water and wastewater, and selected methods for treatment of drinking water and wastewater.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND PRACTICES focuses on the basic knowledge and understanding of project management. Students will be introduced to the definition and basic concept of project management and practices. . Every aspect in project management is explained starting from the overview of project management, the influences of organizational structures in project management, project lifecycle, resources in project management, planning and scheduling, project control and monitoring, safety control, environmental management plan and quality assurance in project management. The application of common software such as Microsoft Project for planning and scheduling also will be exposed to the student.
This course is a study that covers highway construction and the organization involved in Malaysia. It emphasizes to highway and traffic, transportation planning, pavement materials, construction of fp, construction of rigid pavement, traffic control equipment and road furniture, flexible pavement design, junction design, traffic management and highway maintenance.
CADASTRAL SURVEYING 1 provides students with the knowledge on title survey,land development process and exposure to conduct cadastral works according to thelatest regulations. It also emphasizes on problem solving and techniques of collectingdata manually and Field To Finish (F2F) concept until the production of Certified Plan (CP).
HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEYING provides students with the fundamental knowledge in hydrographic survey including the theory of tides hydrographic survey planning and techniques for positioning, sounding and charts production process
UTILITY MAPPING exposes the students to the definition, history, objectives,
scope, method of survey, occupational safety and health, processing and mapping
of underground utility mapping. These topics provide the student of the knowledge
of field work such as determining the positions of underground materials on earth
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING provides students with knowledge of town
and regional planning field. This course focuses on theory of planning, functions of
Town and Country Planning Act (ACT 172) and development plans. It also provides
knowledge on the preparation of housing layout plans.
TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE FOR MECHANICAL COMPONENTS course covers necessary mechanical components needed in industries. The topics include maintenance and troubleshooting principles and procedures, power transmission, bearing and pump. This course provides knowledge and skills on maintenance and troubleshooting lubrication, bearing, power transmission and pump.
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT covers topics such as maintenance
organization, maintenance strategies system, system approach to maintenance,
maintenance planning and scheduling and computerized maintenance management system
(CMMS). This course also provides student with knowledge regarding maintenance of facilities
and equipment in good working condition and help them develop good management
ENGINEERING PLANT TECHNOLOGY
A) SYNOPSIS :
B) ENGINEERING PLANT TECHNOLOGY provides an introduction to power plant technology industry such as steam power plant, gas turbine power plant, diesel power plant, compressed air plant and water pump.
C) COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO):
CLO1 : Classify the concepts and technology of power plant system and components to solve related problem based on its application and functions. (C4,PLO2)
CLO2 : Implement the professional ethics and responsibility and norms of technician practice in power plant system and components. (C3,PLO8)
CLO3 : Demonstrate skill of communications effectively on well-defined engineering activities with the engineering community and with society of large and information management skills based on related engineering plant technology. (A3,PLO10)
MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING course introduces students a
comprehensive coverage of basic fundamentals of materials science and engineering.
The course focuses on material structures, properties, fabrication methods, corrosion,
thermal processing and material testing mostly of metals and alloys. New fabrication
method of powder metallurgy are introduces to student to cater the fabrications of
devices, sensors for Industry 4.0 technology.
can be defined as that branch of the physical sciences concerned with the state
of rest or motion of bodies that are subjected to the action of the forces
WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY provides exposure and knowledge in using hand tools, machine operation such as drilling, lathe, milling and computer numerical control. It also covers on gear measurement and inspection welding process in oxy acetylene, Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) and Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW).
CAD/CAM explains the theory and basic of coding languages, structures and the use of CAD/CAM systems for generating and verifying tool path. The students will be use CAD/CAM software to demonstrate the integration between CAD and CAM operation that includes design an object, produce a code and simulate the tool path for machining operation prior to the machining process and also generate NC part programming. Students also enables to build a project from NC part programming using CNC milling or lathe machine.
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESS provides students with an understanding and appreciation of the width and depth of the manufacturing processes and interrelationship between manufacturing processes, product design, material properties and other aspects such as humanity, economy and environment. It will introduce advanced machining process such as electrical discharge machining, laser beam, water jet and abrasive machining.
The Industrial Automation explains the fundamental concept of industrial automation including the mechanical system, actuator control and sensory devices in based on process specification. It also gives students an understanding of modern industrial automation technology
THERMOFLUIDS provides student to the basic concepts of thermodynamics and
fluids mechanics into one integrated course. This course emphasizes on concepts of
conceptual principles in thermofluids, fluid applications, properties of pure substances,
first and second law of thermodynamics. This course also provides knowledge and
understanding of theory, concepts and application of principles to solve problems
related to thermofluids processes.
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS designed to provide students with the knowledge of electrical circuits. It emphasizes the principles of an alternating current AC waveform and sinusoidal steady-state circuit analysis. This course also covers the applications of three phase system and operation of various types of transformers.