Module Title:   Civil Engineering Design

Module Credit:   20

Module Code:   ENG3006D

Academic Year:   2015/6

Teaching Period:   Semester 2

Module Occurrence:   A

Module Level:   FHEQ Level 6

Module Type:   Standard module

Provider:   Engineering

Related Department/Subject Area:   School of Engineering

Principal Co-ordinator:   Dr X Dai

Additional Tutor(s):   Mr W.D.Walker

Prerequisite(s):   ENG3007D

Corequisite(s):   None

Aims:
To develop and justify detailed solutions to civil engineering problems by a process of appraisal, analysis and validation using specialist software, codes of practice and other learned society guidance, as appropriate. (2) To further develop presentation, team working and personal management skills.

Learning Teaching & Assessment Strategy:
Theory, critical analysis and design skills gained through lectures and design team-led tutorials, in conjunction with independent learning acquired through the use of directed study is assessed by team-based project work. Performance in tutorial sessions: (1) Student attendance: the students are expected to attend all tutorial session. If not, the student will lose 0.5 mark per absence. The maximum mark loss to absence is 5 marks. (2) Each student is expected to report what he/she did from the last tutorial session to this tutorial session and what he/she will do from this session to the next session. If not, the student will lose 0.2 mark per session. The maximum loss is 2 marks. (3) Each student is expected to join the discussion in the tutorial session via asking question, answering question, if he/she did not say anything, he/she will loss 0.3 mark per session. The maximum loss is 3 marks. The above will count for 10 marks in total, or 10%.

Lectures:   8.00          Directed Study:   152.00           
Seminars/Tutorials:   40.00          Other:   0.00           
Laboratory/Practical:   0.00          Formal Exams:   0.00          Total:   200.00

On successful completion of this module you will be able to...

1.1 Extend, integrate and apply the knowledge and understanding from previous study to develop detailed solutions to civil engineering problems through a process of appraisal, analysis and validation. 1.2 Apply engineering principles to analyse civil and structural engineering design problems. 1.3 Apply quantitative methods and, where appropriate, computer software to solve civil and structural engineering problems.

On successful completion of this module you will be able to...

2.1 Create detailed solutions to engineering problems that satisfy modern performance standards and sustainability requirements. 2.2 Present solutions in the form of detailed drawings and supporting calculations.

On successful completion of this module you will be able to...

3.1 Collect, manage, interpret and use design data obtained from a variety of sources; use 3.2 IT skills to aid the presentation of technical solutions to a problem;3.3 demonstrate detail design communication skills (calculations and drawings).

  Coursework   90%
 
  1 report per design team (drawings and supporting calculations - approx equivalent to 6000 words/student)
  Other form of assessment   10%
 
  Performance in tutorial sessions
  Coursework   100%
 
  Supplementary: 1 report consisting of drawings and supporting calculations (approx. 6000 words)

Outline Syllabus:
Development of detailed working solutions to civil and structural engineering problems from the conceptual solutions proposed by the end of the Feasibility Study module. The working solutions are to be presented in the form of a design report comprising working drawings with supporting calculations and the results of computer-based analysis, where appropriate. Initial improvement of the outline solutions is undertaken as a result of preliminary analysis and critical appraisal. The problems defined in the outline brief issued to the design teams at the start of the Feasibility Study module will vary from year to year but will include many of the following: Provision of designer`s risk assessment; materials selection and specification; construction method statements and simple programming of work; geotechnical processes; earth retaining structures and foundations; slope stabilisation; structural analysis; design of structural elements (various materials); composite construction; structural and condition assessment of engineering works; repair and strengthening; hydraulic analysis and design (pipelines, pumping stations, effects of wave action); erosion and weathering problems; temporary works design; floating structures (marinas). Commercially developed software is available as an analysis and drawing aid. All of the classes are conducted in a design studio environment and design teams are encouraged to discuss and develop their ideas with the design staff.

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