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ENAG11007 Engineering Investigation and Analysis
Students should be able to identify issues relating to investigation, analysis and reporting of technical and environmental investigations and design and conduct effective environmental and technical investigations. They prepare and perform tests using procedures prescribed in Australian Standards, recommend and justify measurement methods and choose transducers and data acquisition methods for given measurement tasks taking into account instrument calibration and errors. They apply sound observation and record keeping practices and analyse information and data, write reports and prepare presentations that communicate the findings and limitations of investigations. Students assess risks associated with engineering investigations including workplace health and safety issues related to laboratory and field work. They investigate and identify reliable sources and obtain information about measurement, testing and equipment required for given laboratory or field applications and provide evidence of development of professional communication, teamwork and collaborative learning and problem solving skills.
Students will be required to attend a residential school to promote development of course learning outcomes.
Course at a glance
|Faculty:||Faculty of Sciences, Engineering & Health|
|Requisites:||MATH11160 Technology Mathematics|
|Student Contribution Band:||2|
|2012 Term Two||FLEX|
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