This course focuses on the application of the thermodynamics knowledge in various engineering systems. The subject covers the gas and vapour power cycles, refrigeration and heat pump systems, the complete air conditioning system, and the concepts of chemical reactions in combustion.

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Course Code and Name

BMM 3633 Industrial Engineering

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Semester and Year Taught

Semester 5 Year 3

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Program Level/Category

Degree/Mechanical/Automotive

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Unit

3 Credits

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Prerequisite

None

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Teaching Methods

Lecture:                                3 unit                      (3 hours X 14 weeks)

Tutorial:                 0 unit                      (0 hours X 14 weeks)

Laboratory:          0 unit                      (0 hours X 14 weeks)

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Course Synopsis

 

This course introduces Industrial engineering, productivity, total quality management lean manufacturing, work study, human factors engineering, production planning and control, inventory management and engineering management.

 

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Course Outcomes

 

By the end of semester, students should be able to:

 

CO1:       To apply and evaluate best practices for the attainment of total

         quality management.

CO2:       To analyze the productivity performance using productivity

         measuring tools and work study methods.  

CO3:       To apply and evaluate lean manufacturing tools and techniques.

CO4:       To analyze economy engineering through production planning,

         control, inventory management and engineering management.

CO5:    To apply industrial engineering knowledge into selected case

         Study.

 

  

Assessment Methods

Assessment

CO1

CO2

CO3

CO4

CO5

Distribution

Quizzes

5%

Assignments

5%

Project

20%

Mid Sem Exam

 

 

 

30%

Final Exam

 

 40 %

Total

100%

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References

1.   Heizer, J., and Render, B., 2006, Principles of Operations Management, 

     6th Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall, Inc (Text Book)

2.   Hopp, W.J and Spearman, M.L, 2008, Factory Physics Third Edition,

     McGraw-Hill.

3.   Stevenson, W.J and Choung, S.C, 2007, Operation Management: An Asian Prespective, McGraw-Hill

4.   Russell, R.S., & Taylor, B.W., 2003, Operations Management, 4th Edition,

     Pearson Prentice Hall, Inc

5.   Turner, W.C., Mize, J.H., Case, K.E., Nazemetz, J.W., 1993, Introduction 

     to Industrial & System Engineering, Prentice Hall