The unit covers estimating approximate answers to arithmetical problems, carrying out basic calculations involving percentages and proportions, and determining simple ratios and averages. The unit... More > includes producing and interpreting simple charts and graphs.
The unit applies in manufacturing, engineering or related environments. It includes the application of the four rules of algebraic expressions, extracting information from drawings, diagrams, graphs and charts and producing simple charts and graphs.
Data may be derived from readings taken or may be computer generated. Applications can include computations associated with pressure, volume, temperature, heat, speed, power, elasticity, density, mass, force etc. Calculations may be performed using pen and paper or on a calculator.< Less
This unit of competency covers the skills and knowledge required to complete freehand sketches to illustrate or communicate information to be used in engineering drafting applications. It covers... More > standard drawing conventions and techniques to represent the subject in appropriate proportion and view
The resource book is suitable for those working within a computer-aided design (CAD) or drafting work environment. Sketches may be used as part of the drafting process to illustrate or communicate information about design, worksite, layout plan or construction features. The unit includes the ability to apply standard drawing conventions to sketching 2-D orthogonal and pictorial freehand drawings and sectional views< Less
This unit of competency covers the skills and knowledge required to develop competencies in writing technical or non-technical reports that include some level of analysis and/or research.
The term... More > report is used to denote any required written communication that goes beyond a simple recording of facts (such as completion of a pro forma shift production schedule) and which is based on a level of analysis and/or research.
Where reports include technical information or details, then the writer would have the required technical knowledge/capability.
Conclusions and/or recommendations where required are based on prior research or analysis of data. The analysis and conclusions should be consistent with the level of skill and knowledge of an employee working at that level. Simple analysis and research would be required.< Less
This unit covers producing basic engineering drawings using a CAD system to produce a basic engineering drawing consisting of 1 to 3 orthogonally projected views, dimension and notations suitable to... More > manufacture a component in the workplace.
This unit applies to the production of drawings according to defined parameters and predetermined specifications that include materials, tolerances, codes and other specifications. All work is conducted under supervision.
Standard CAD software would be used including inbuilt file management, macros and reports.
Drawings include plans, diagrams, charts, circuits, systems or schematics.
A CD containing drawing templates is available by contacting email@example.com for $10 plus postage.< Less
v001.058 - Finally you too can start to write a 1 000 000 pages book.
By maintaining this exhaustive compilation of ideas, Pierre Jasmin hopes to illustrate a new form of information density that... More > will characterize a new genre of literature to come.
Explore ways to maintain your notes about what matters to you in ways that will still be useful to you and others in the year 2037.
The idea here is to facilitate and complete the transition from printed books to internet pages to digital book networks wirelessly connected to our memory.
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This unit covers recognising common materials used in engineering, assisting in the selection of a material for a specific application, and using test results to evaluate the properties of... More > materials.
Topic covered include:
Topic 1 – Properties of Materials:
Topic 2 – Properties Data:
Topic 3 – Materials Testing:
Topic 4 – Structure and Properties:
Topic 5 – Processing of Materials:
Topic 6 – Selection of Materials:
Topic 7 – Safety Parameters:
MEMS Pressure Sensors: Fabrication and Process Optimization - describs the step by step fabrication process sequence along with flow chart for fabrication of micro pressure sensors taking into... More > account various aspects of fabrication and designing of the pressure sensors as well as fabrication process optimization. A complete experimental detail before and after each step of fabrication of the sensor has also been discussed. This leads to the uniqueness of the book. MEMS Pressure Sensors: Fabrication and Process Optimization will greatly benefit undergraduate and postgraduate students of MEMS and NEMS courses. Process engineers and technologists in the microelectronics industry including MEMS-based sensors manufacturers.< Less
Resource manual to achieve competency in MEM16008A. The resource included all theory, tutorial and skill practice exercises. The required CD is available by contacting the author at... More > firstname.lastname@example.org for an additional $10 plus postage.< Less