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Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing
209MAE Design and Sustainability
Assignment Brief 2017/18
Design and Sustainability
Coursework Title (e.g. CWK1)
Coursework 1 – RESIT
Hand out date:
26 May 2018
02 July 2018
Estimated Time (hrs): 20
Word Limit*: 1500
Coursework type: Report
% of Module Mark
Submission arrangement online via CUMoodle:
File types and method of recording: Submit a single continuous document via the 209MAE turnitin link provided in Moodle by 18:00 hours
Mark and Feedback date: within 15 working days
Mark and Feedback method: Moodle
Module Learning Outcomes Assessed:
Define a problem to include consideration of environment, sustainability, health and safety, risk assessment [IMechE_D1,S3], customer and user needs, aesthetics [IMechE_D2], cost [IMechE_D3], codes of practice and industry standards [IMechE_P6]
Demonstrate awareness of nature of intellectual property and contractual issues [IMechE_P5]
Apply creative tools to establish innovative solutions [IMechE_D4]
Manage the design process and evaluate outcomes [IMechE_D6].
Develop effective project management techniques within individual and group work and communicate effectively through written and verbal presentation
Task and Mark distribution:
· Identify ethical issues of product sustainability, safety and compliance [10%]
· Assess product functionality (FAST) & mechanical loading [10%]
· Identify customer and market requirements (QFD) [10%]
· Produce a Product Design Specification for an innovative new design [20%]
· Generate 3 detailed concepts, based on the Product Design Specification, and use an appropriate selection method to justify a preferred concept [20%]
· Assess material, cost and manufacturing implications (DFM/ DFA) for your preferred concept. [20%]
· Report presentation and referencing [10%]
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