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WORKSHOP PRACTICE

Dr. Aneela Wakeel

INTRODUCTION

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Workshop

practice

gives

the

basic

working

knowledge

required for the production of various engineering products.

It explains the construction, function, use

and application of

different working tools, equipment, machines as well as the

technique of manufacturing a product from its raw material.

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Course Outline

Fitting shop

Assembly/disassembly of basic mechanical components

Wood work shop

Timber and its type Defects and preservation methods Different types of wood joints

Electric shop

Type and uses of cables Type of electric circuits, electrical appliances

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Course Outline

Forging and foundry shop

Tools and accessories Furnace types Castings

Machine shop

Introduction to machine tools, basic lathe operations

Welding shop

Soldering

Brazing

Welding

Recommended books

Workshop Technology by W.A.J Chapman Butterworth-Heinemann

Electrical Wiring by Richter and Schwan. McGraw- Hill Education

Wiring Manual by Pak Cables Limited

Course learning Outcomes

CLO

Statement

Domain

PLO

 

Identify different defects in timber and explain

   

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seasoning methods along with conversion techniques

C1

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Describe tools/accessories and processes in fitting

   

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shop and electric shop.

C1

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Describe working of lathe machines and the operations performed on lathe machine.

C2

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Explain different methods of Welding, forging and

   

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casting.

C2

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Program learning outcomes

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Engineering Knowledge

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Environment and

Sustainability

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Problem Analysis

 

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Ethics

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Design/Development of Solutions

 

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Individual and Team Work

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Investigation

 

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Communication

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Modern Tool Usage

 

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Project Management

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The Engineer and Society

 

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Lifelong Learning

Bloom Taxonomy

Cognitive: mental skills (Knowledge)

Affective: growth in feelings or emotional areas (Attitude)

Psychomotor: manual or physical skills (Skills)

 

Cognitive domains

Sample verbs

C1

Knowledge

Recall or remember previously learned material

Define, Identify, Label, List, Name, Recall, State

   

Comprehend the meaning, translation interpretation of instructions and problems.

State a problem in one's own words.

Describe, Discuss, Explain,

C2

Comprehension

Locate, Paraphrase, Give Example, Translate

C3

Application

Use a concept in a new situation. Applies what was learned in the classroom into novel situations in the work place.

Apply, Carry Out, Demonstrate, Illustrate, Prepare, Solve, Use

C4

Analysis

Separates or understand material or concepts into component parts so that its organizational structure may be understood

Analyze, Categorize, Compare, Contrast, Differentiate, Discriminate, Outline

   

Build or formulate a structure or pattern from diverse elements by using existing knowledge and skills

Combine, Construct, Design,

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Synthesis

Develop, Generate, Plan, Propose

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Evaluation

Judges about the value of ideas or materials.

Assess, Conclude, Evaluate, Interpret, Justify, Select, Support

OBJECTIVES

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To gain a good basic knowledge of manufacturing process ,

To have a balanced overall development of engineers, it is necessary to integrate theory with practice.

General workshop practices are included in the curriculum in order to provide hands on experience about use of different engineering materials, tools , equipment and processes that are common in the engineering field.

Besides above, the development of dignity of labour, precision, safety at work place, team working and development of right attitude are the other objectives.

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Manufacturing process

It is sequence of operations wherein the input material is converted

and transformed into finished products by using human effort or a

machine.

Energy inputs
Energy
inputs

Working

or Auxillary

materials

Input materials
Input
materials
Manufacturi ng Process Waste heat
Manufacturi
ng Process
Waste heat
Output materials
Output
materials

Product

or

Waste

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Classification

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