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The Key JEDR machine elements and optimization assignment
Key JEDR Assignment details:
This assignment covers: machine elements and optimisation
This assignment will involve:
Critiquing existing elements of the Junior Engineer Design Report (JEDR).
Redesigning selected elements based on new specifications.
Optimisation of the relevant parameters of the design.
Self Assessment of your finished report.
The first part of the assignment (Task 1) is to be individual. The second part of the assignment (Task 2) can be individual or in groups of 2 people max, however the submission process will require students individually completing the following UTSOnline submission process:
Task 1. Write your own assignment critique.
Task 2. Write your own re-design specifications, calculations and diagrams. Design configuration discussions, new design ideas and also solutions can be done in groups, but each student is required to write their own developments, calculations, diagrams and conclusions.
The assignment should be written in a report style, where criticisms, prior specifications, new considerations and figures are clearly describe.
Add the FEIT assignment cover sheet indicating your group member in the statement of collaboration section.
Upload a pdf file of the finished assignment submission that has your name and student ID number at the top of each page before the deadline (each student need to submit a pdf of the individual assignment with name format – LastName_FirstName_ID.pdf – and upload it to the UTSOnline submission link).
The Self Assessment Sheet must be fill out, the google form can be found at https://goo.gl/forms/YTKBaNIOGo2g3a4L2. This will help you gauge your understanding of the assignment and also give you instant feedback. Your Self Assessment Sheet will be as follows:
1 mark will be award for a completed Self Assessment Sheet.
4 marks will be awarded for a Self Assessment mark that is within 10% of your actual mark.
For example, Self mark is 60/80 (75%) and your actual mark is 55/80 (68.75%), you will be 4 marks and receive a final mark of 59/80 (73.75%) for the assignment.
3 marks will be awarded for a Self Assessment mark that is within 20% of your actual mark.
2 marks will be awarded for a Self Assessment mark that is within 30% of your actual mark.
1 mark will be awarded for a Self Assessment mark that is outside 30% of your actual mark.