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EAA495 Course Overview

Integrated Design Project

Integrate (Latin word integrat which means made whole

- Combine (one thing) with another to form a whole


- Come into equal participation

Integrated - desegregated
- linking
Synergise all basic engineering knowledge
gained
Integrated previously (from year 1) to solve a given civil
Design Project - engineering development project in a
comprehensive manner, working in a group
where each member participate/contribute
equally
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.Combine (one thing)


with another to Architectural
Drawings
form a whole.
Structural Geotechnical

Local Scheduling
Authority and Costing
Providing a
grasp of global Land Matters Integrated
Drainage
picture of a Design
real life design
(either Site Sewage and
conceptual or Reconnaissance Water Supply
detail)
the best
Geomatic/ way to
Environmental Land Survey develop
Transportation design
and Pavement ability
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.Linking.. Provide
Architectural justifiable
Drawings recommendations
Optimisation Structural Geotechnical

Local Scheduling Green Tech


Professional Authority and Costing
practice
Land Matters Drainage
Sustainable
Conceptual Site Sewage and
and detailed Reconnaissance Water Supply
design

Geomatic/ Interpretation of
Environmental Land Survey factual
Transportation investigation
and Pavement report
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Teaching Time Table

Note: 1st half (5 weeks) - No public holidays


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Teaching Time Table.cont

Attendance is COMPULSORY,
please adhere to the University
Rules and Regulations
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Lecturers & Grouping

Group 1 Group 2

1. Dr Shaharudin Shah Zaini 1. Prof. Ir. Dr Mohamad Razif Selamat

2. Prof. Dr Meor Othman Hamzah 2. Dato Prof. Sr. Wan Muhd


Aminuddin Wan Hussin
3. PM Sr. Dr Mohd Sanusi S.
Ahamad 3. Prof. Dr Nor Azam Ramli

4. PM Dr Rozi Abdullah 4. PM Ir. Dr Leong Lee Vien


5. PM Dr Mohd Suffian Yusoff 5. PM Dr Fatimah Denan
6. Dr Izwan Johari 6. PM Dr Nastaein Qamaruz Zaman
7. Dr Mohamad Fared Murshed 7. Dr. Farid Ezanee Mohamed Ghazali
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COs and POs
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Mapping the outcomes..

Able to gather technical Able to describe


information from various development works from
civil engineering sub-areas beginning to the end
in implementing a project.

Able to conduct investigation Able to apply knowledge of


into complex problems using mathematics, science and
research based knowledge engineering fundamentals
and appropriate research to the solution of complex
method investigative and civil engineering problems
observant engineering knowledge

Able to recognise the need


for , and have the Able to communicate
preparation and ability to effectively on complex
engage in independent and civil engineering
life-long learning in the activities with t he
broadest context of engineering community
technological change life at with society at large -
long learning communication
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Mapping the outcomes..
Able to extract materials
from Civil Engineering Able to design structures,
manuals and guidelines, foundation, transport,
considering sustainability pavement, drainage, and other
aspects. aspects of a development work.

Able to appraise the impact


of professional civil Able to design solutions for
engineering solutions in complex civil engineering
societal, environmental problems to meet specified needs
contexts and sustainability considering public health and
development environment safety, cultural, societal, and
and sustainability concern environmental requirements
solution engineer
Able to apply ethical
principles and commit to
professional ethics and Able to create, select and apply
responsibilities and norms appropriate modern
of civil engineering engineering tools necessary for
practice - ethical complex civil engineering
activities, with comprehension
on the limitation comfortable
with tools and aids
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Mapping the outcomes..

Able to interact between


members of a working group Able to prepare and
and work as a team - as a leader present integrated design
and as a member. report.

Able to communicate
effectively on complex Able to communicate
civil engineering activities effectively on complex civil
with t he engineering engineering activities with the
community at with society engineering community at with
at large - communication society at large -
communication
Able to function effectively as
an individual , and as a
member or leader in diverse Able to demonstrate knowledge
teams and in multi- and understanding of engineering
disciplinary settings- and management principles and
individual and team player apply these to ones own work, as
versatility. a member and as a leader in a
team, to manage projects and in
multi disciplinary environments
take charge and accountable
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COs and POs..a simple explanation

Students are exposed to real Build and gain confidence in


projects and in an environment tackling engineering problems
almost similar to that of an with many unknowns . Finding
engineering design practice solutions and enhance problem
solving skills.

Enhance ability to identify


Explore and develop team
where and how to apply
working, interdisciplinary
knowledge and skills most
working, project management
effectively.
and leadership skills.

Familiarise with engineering


and design terminology used in
industry

Finding solutions to a real


problems faced by engineer
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CP 2 Depth of analysis CP 1 Range of conflicting CP 3 Depth of analysis


required: Have no obvious requirements: Involve required: Requires research-
solution and require abstract wide-ranging or conflicting based knowledge much of
thinking, originality in technical, engineering and which is at, or informed by the
analysis to formulate other issues. forefront of the professional
suitable models. discipline and which allows a
fundamental- based, first
principles analytical approach
(current and future)
CP 4 Familiarity of issues: COMPLEX
Involves infrequently
encountered issues
PROBLEM CP 5 Extent of applicable
codes: Are outside problems
SOLVING encompassed by standards and
codes of practice for
CP 6 Extent of stakeholder professional engineering
involvement and level of
conflicting requirements: CP 8 Interdependence:
Involve diverse groups of Are high level problems CP 7 Consequences: Have
stakeholders with widely including many component significant consequences in a
varying needs. parts or sub-problems range of context
ASSESSMENT

Coursework
Assessment

50 % Presentations
100 %
COURSEWORK 20 % Group

30 % Individual

50 % Report (Group + Individual)


COURSE DELIVERY
Flow

Discussion among Reviewing Project Teaching Plan


teaching staff comments Identification

Overview of IDP, Teaching General discussion &


First briefing
Plan, COs and POs Group formation

Discussion on the overall General


Project briefing layout & Architectural requirements
drawings.

Detail Secondary Supplementary


Lectures requirements notes
Data

Company profile Layout, concept, Executive


First Presentation material, member summary
& Designation
sizing, initial design,
& relevant data
COURSE DELIVERY
Flow

Lectures Detail Secondary Supplementary


requirements Data notes

Preparing final
Final preparation
slides

Executive Comments
Final presentation Final slides
summary

Report submission Report + Calculation Drawings

Assessment Final marks Comments

CQI

Review Disseminate
comments information
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Task

1. Form a group (5 person in a group) - EAC Requirement


2. Identify specific role in the respective group.suggestion,

Civil & Infrastructure (Road & Drainage, Sewage, Waste)


Structural & Geotechnical - at least 1 person must know how to handle
engineering software (for RC and steel design)
Site Assessment, Planning and Cost

3. Each student will probably concentrate on a certain specialties who at


the end of the day will be answerable to details of what he/she has been
appointed for. However, the success of a team depends on team work.
No free passenger in a group.

4. Submit the group member on Wednesday 20 September 2017.


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Dont..(during presentation)

1. One person talks about introduction/team members only and nothing


technical

2. One person to present twice

3. Talk slowly

4. Unable to answer questions

5. Make typo errors (slides/reports), wrong use of units


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Previous Project
2009: Community Centre (beside Taman Pekaka)

2010: New Dorm Building

2011: New Dorm Building at Taman Ilmu

2012: Condominium Development (22-storey) Apartment on the


bank of Krian River at Ampang Jajar

2013: Proposed Facilities for Sri Ampangan Mosque including


burial ground and housing

2014: Shopping Center and Hotel at Padang Bandaran, Parit


Buntar

2015: Futsal Court and Marching Field (USM)

2016: Bangunan Kedai dan Pejabat (USM)

* 2010 2014 (Students were required to prepare Architectural Drawings)


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IDP 2017

CADANGAN PEMBINAAN 1 UNIT DEWAN, 1


UNIT PUSAT LATIHAN DAN PERKHIDMATAN DAN (?)
UNIT BANGUNAN KEDAI SERTA KERJA-KERJA
BERKAITAN DI

INCLUDING

1. CAR PARK
2. GREEN AREA

MAINTAIN

1. EXISTING TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION

ALLOWED TO

1. ADD FEATURES TO THE LAYOUT


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2015: Futsal Court - USM


2016: Business Centre - USM
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2017 New Site
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2017 New Site Structure (1) 1 Dewan Serbaguna (23 m 41 m)
Y

X X
Keratan Y-Y

Y
Keratan X-X
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2017 New Site Structure (2) 1 Show Centre(53 m 50 m)
A

Keratan A-A

A
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2017 New Site Structure (3) > 2 Commercial complex (25 m 20 m)
B

A A

B
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Discussion

Must be clear on the requirement stated by the respective lecturer (as per
Civil Engineering Sub-Areas)

Demonstrate the ability to link the data between relevant Civil Engineering
Sub-Areas (Road/Drainage/Sewerage/Water Supply)

Knowledge, understanding and engineering understanding must be


reflected during presentation and in the report

Site is no longer in USM..many outside information are needed

Many working drawings

Preparation of Log Sheet and Assessment by pier-review


CQI

Determine the
geotechnical capacity of
the pile.
Lowest
Determine the
structural capacity of
the pile Allowable pile working
capacity

Must be reflected in the


BQ (Load Test)
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