Eng. Projects are expected to
produce an Artefact which
is assessed as part of the marking scheme. This may be a physical model or
prototype, a CAD or simulation model, a piece of software, a working electronic
circuit, or similar. This will be presented at the final Presentation and Viva
Voce Examination. Give consideration
to economic and commercial factors as well as technical requirements and depth
of analysis. Social and environmental issues should ideally also be addressed.
You must pass the first two elements
of assessment – the Proposal and
the Interim Progress Report and Viva Voce Examination (a Literature
Review and Concept Solution Justification). Failure at these points will
mean that you must rework the document to your Supervisor’s satisfaction
before being allowed to proceed with the next stages of your Project.
Where applicable, you are expected
to present your final concept design to your Supervisor at the end of Semester
1. Supervisors will assess this so that you can progress.
You must keep a Log Book throughout your
Project. This is assessed at various points and should be updated at every
supervisory meeting and will be formally assessed at given points throughout.
It may be physical or electronic but it must be available as required by the
marking scheme and also on request.
a research-informed Project using appropriate literature and / or
an artefact using appropriate techniques and tools.
a design to produce an artefact using appropriate techniques.
evaluate the implementation of the artefact and the overall Project.
and organise information to successfully communicate the results and findings
of the Project.
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