Engineering

The Properties and Applications of Natural Fibre Composites

The use of composite materials dates from centuries ago, and it all started with natural fibres. In ancient Egypt some 3 000 years ago, clay was reinforced by straw to build walls. Later on, the natural fibre lost much of its interest. Other more durable construction materials like metals were introduced. During the last decade […]

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Date: July 3rd, 2015

Department of Engineering and the Built Environment

        FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY   Department of Engineering and the Built Environment     COURSE WORK   Manufacturing (MOD002554)                 Submission date:   5/1/2015     This assignment covers the following learning outcomes:   Appreciate machining, forming and joining processes and their safe use. Understand current process technology in relation to quality, […]

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Date: June 24th, 2015

Individual Design Assignment

This paper may not need the reference, because you have been asked to work on a design project. Your tasks involve the generation and evaluation of design ideas. The information is in the document that I submit to you. According to reach each task to complete the paper. There is also no limit of the […]

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Date: June 24th, 2015

Smoke toxicity, linings and enclosure fires

-the order consist of a given table of average concentrations of gases released and the O2 content during the first 9 minutes of the fire were measured in an experimental simulation – a set of questions and calculations are asked to be answered – CFAST, CFD and FDS fire models are needed to be used […]

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Date: June 24th, 2015

Water treatment technologies for rural areas in Australia

SUBJECT OUTLINE 48026 Capstone Project Part B Subject coordinator Dr.Emre Erkmen Lecturer Building 11, Level 11, Room 114 telephone (02) 9514 9769 fax: (02) 9514 2633 email: emre.erkmen@uts.edu.au (e-mail is the preferred means of contact) Subject description Refer to the subject description for 48006 Capstone Project. This subject is intended for students who wish to […]

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Date: June 13th, 2015

Topic: drilling and blasting of rock

(1)   Design a coal overburden throw/cast blast for the following situation: a) Blast length 900 m b) Blasted bench width 100 m c) Bench height 20 m d) Overburden of shale/siltstone/sandy shale, average density 2.5 tonnes/m3 e) Standoff distance 1.5 m f) Wet holes g) Hole diameter 250 mm   Design the blast pattern, […]

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Date: June 5th, 2015

Design of next generation elevators for smart cities

This order is a progress report of the project and should flow with the previous information that you have already done on the previous order reference 81429626, a slight change of the title is been made this does not mean that this is a new topic. Some word changes need to match with the new […]

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Date: June 1st, 2015

Career episode: PLC based design and implementation of intelligent traffic light system

Paper, Order, or Assignment Requirements     1)Please focus on engineering activities section in career episode. (For CDR-engineers Australia) 2) Follow instruction for episode of Migration skill assessment booklet 2015 on EA website. 2)Please prepare the career episode according to electronics engineer so it should be included the all task (definition of electronics engineer in […]

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Date: May 26th, 2015

Advanced Engineering Project Management

1 ENG8208 Advanced Engineering Project Management Assignment 2 – Semester 1 2015 Date due: 12 June 2015 Weighting: 60% (600 marks) Special Instructions 1. Answer all questions, and ensure that your answers have the coverage, and are in the format, requested. 2. Present your own ideas. 3. Your answers should be properly referenced and reflect […]

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Date: May 25th, 2015

Truss Project

Paper, Order, or Assignment Requirements     I will upload: 1) Report outline 2) previous report (as an example) 3) material research and testing 4) final calculations 5) space gass (bridge simulation) related to the conclusion: our bridge was broken at 13.5 kg  

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Date: May 19th, 2015

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