ENGG200 Engineering Project 2015
Outline
A project theme will be allocated to each class. Each class (approx. 25 students) will subdivide in teams
of 4 to 5 students to solve a specific engineering aspect of the project theme. The teams will perform
proje

Communication in Engineering
A/Prof Stuart Jackson
Communication in engineering
Part 1: Written communication
a. Lecture 1 Style and content
b. Lecture 2 Graphing and errors
Part 2: Lecture 3 - The oral presentation
Communication in engineering
Lecture 1

What is Mechanical Engineering?
What is Mechanical Engineering?
Mechanical Engineers are required for a very broad range of projects
FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING I DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING
2
What is Mechanical Engineering?
Study a broad range of su

PACE International
INDONESIA Activity
Winter Vacation 2015
Academic Units: ENGG400
PACE International (PACEI) offers Macquarie students the
opportunity to develop skills that employers value while
contributing to positive change with community
organisatio

ENGG200
Lab-3#: Programming In MATLAB
Tariq Khan
Email: [email protected]
Pre-Lab Task
Data Analysis in MATLAB
Matlab has a range of built-in function for data analysis. This section looks at two
plotting functions for analysing data trends.
This examp

DEPARTMENT
OF ENGINEERING
Faculty of Science and
Engineering
Engineering Practice
Sustainable Engineering The big issues for the 21st century
Yves De Deene
Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present
without compromising the

ENGG200
Computer Engineering Intro
Introduction to Computer
Engineering
Lecturer:
Office:
Email:
Phone:
Fax:
Dr. Yinan KONG
E6B107 Engineering
[email protected]
9850 1094
9850 9128
ENGG200
Introduction to
Computer Engineering
What do you do? Digital Ha

ENGG200
Introduction to Professional Engineering:
2. A short History of Science and Engineering
Yves De Deene
[email protected]
"If it is correct, as I believe it is, that a fundamental element of human nature is the
need for creative work, for creat

PACE International -
Key dates / Fast Facts
10 students
4 weeks in Yogyakarta
5 programming/robotics workshops
150 Indonesian students
Cost $1600-2200 / Grants $3,000
Applications
Open
27th Jan
6th Mar 2015
PACE I SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Application
Work

Biomedical Engineering
Mind the Gap
Biomedical Engineering
A wiki definition
Biomedical engineering (BME) is the application of
engineering principles and design concepts to medicine
and biology for healthcare purposes (e.g. diagnostic or
therapeutic). T

DEPARTMENT
OF ENGINEERING
Faculty of Science and
Engineering
Engineering Practice
Ethics in Engineering / Library Search Databases
DEPARTMENT
OF ENGINEERING
Faculty of Science and
Engineering
Ethics or moral philosophy
Ethical Reasoning
200 $ to repair yo

ENGG200
Lab-2: Introduction to MATLAB
Tariq Khan
Email: [email protected]
Preview
Welcome To Matlab
Matlab is a program for doing numerical computations,
originally designed for solving linear algebra type
problems
MATLAB = MATrix LABoratory
Matlab

Introduction to Photonics
A/Prof Stuart Jackson
Introduction to photonics
What is photonics and why is photonics important?
Examples of fundamental engineering advances that rely on
photonics
The future photonics content within engineering at
Macquarie
Fu

Exercise 2:
In this exercise, it was asked for the student to formulate a set of Matlab code which manipulates the
Taylor Series for the exponential function:
.
Section a). of Exercise 2 asked to utilize a for loop and x = 2, to calculate and show the err

MECH202 Fluid Mechanics 2015 Lab 3
Bernoulli's Principle
INTRODUCTION
In this experiment you will investigate the flow through a Venturi meter. By observing the flow rate
and pressure variation along the system, you will:
1) Investigate the interchange of

Communication in Engineering
A/Prof Stuart Jackson
Communication in engineering
Part 1: The written technical report
a. Lecture 1 Style and the content
b. Lecture 2 Graphing and errors
Part 2: Lecture 3 - The oral presentation
Communication in engineerin

DEPARTMENT
OF ENGINEERING
Faculty of Science and
Engineering
Engineering Practice
Recapitulation Project Planning / Outline
Results and facts
Assignment: Project plan outline
All project outline reports were assessed by two senior academics and two
tutors

Sustainable Energy
Technology and Systems
Graham Town, PhD FIEAust
Department of Engineering
OVERVIEW
Talking point: To meet future the energy needs of NSW/Australia
we should be . now.
Energy fundamentals practical considerations
sources (types, grade

EXPERIMENT 2
BERNOULLIS THEOREM
Introduction
Bernoullis Law states that if a non-viscous fluid is flowing along a pipe of a varying cross section, then
the pressure is lower at constrictions where the velocity is higher and the pressure is higher when the

Exercise 2:
a).
clear
clc
close all
x=2;
f(1)=1;
f(2)=x;
Sum=0;
Sum1=1;
%Given x value
%Value for first term as per Taylor Series
%Value for second term as per Taylor Series
%Calculated e value
%Denominator value
n=15;
for i=1:n
if i<=2
Sum=Sum+f(i);
Tayl

d. Discussion of the implication of the provided solution with regards to aspects such
as ethics, sustainability and culture (approx.2 pages)
The key impacts relative to biofuel involvement within Australia entails many factors including
sustainability, p

FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
November 9,
2012
1.0 ABSTRACT
The experiment was conducted in order to find the time taken to collect 3L of water,
the volumetric flow rates of the water, the pressure difference at all manometer tube
(static head), velocit

Spring 2011
67
Our Moral Obligation to
Support Space Exploration
James S. J. Schwartz*
The moral obligation to support space exploration follows from our obligations to protect
the environment and to survive as a species. It can be justified through three

EXPERIMENT (2)
BUOYANCY & FLOTATION
(METACENTRIC HEIGHT)
1
By:
Eng. Motasem M. Abushaban.
Eng. Fedaa M. Fayyad.
ARCHIMEDES PRINCIPLE
Archimedes Principle states that the buoyant
force has a magnitude equal to the weight of
the fluid displaced by the body

PERFORMANCE or ESSAY
Due Date: Week 13
Weight: 30%
Due Date Week 13 (Performance: Tuesday 2 June, in tutorial class) (Essay:
Tuesday 2 June, midnight)
EITHER: PERFORMANCE
Students will create an original PERFORMANCE of approx. 3 minutes using their
Indepe

Exercise 2
a).
n = 12 (or 15);
x = 2;
approxValue = 0; % Initial value of approxValue.
for k = [0:1:n];
approxVakue = (approxValue + k);
approxValue = sum(x.^k/factorial(k);
% Gives the approx value of e^x as a taylor series
end
disp('approxValue =')
disp

d. Discussion of the implication of the provided solution with regards to aspects such
as ethics, sustainability and culture (approx.2 pages)
The key impacts relative to biofuel involvement within Australia entails many factors including
sustainability, p