Warning! This subjects requires on campus attendance. Refer to Special Requirements for more information.
- Manufacturing properties of material
- Nature of materials
- Manufacturing properties of materials
- Metal casting
- Metal forming
- Bulk forming
- Sheet metal work
- Theory of metal machining
- Machine operations and machine tools
- Industrial visit
- Product design and abrasive processes
- Fundamentals of joining processes
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Disscusion forum/Discussion Board
- Embedded Multimedia
- Online Quizzes/Tests
- Online assignment submission
- Podcasting/Leacture capture
- Standard Media
- Virtual Classroom
- Resources and Links
- Online Assessment
- Audio-Video streaming
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
- AttendanceDetails - This subject has a 2 day on-campus attendance requirement. The on-campus schedule for Study Period 1 2018 is 9am Thursday 12 April 2018 to 5pm Friday 13 April 2018.
- EquipmentDetails - Audio headset with microphone are required to access weekly consultation and help desk facilities.
- OtherDetails -
Travel and accommodation resources
- Map of Mawson Lakes Campus
- UniSA advice on temporary accommodation (Information on student accommodation, backpackers, affordable hotels, serviced apartments, Aboriginal hostels)
- Getting to Mawson Lakes (including links to the Adelaide Metro transport system)
- Please note that you may also be eligible for a travel subsidy from OUA.
The subject provides knowledge of the mechanics of forming and joining processes for a wide range of industrial applications for manufacturing and design decision making. Throughout the subject a variety of manufacturing techniques are covered including metal cutting techniques, cutting tools and materials, mechanics and economics of metal cutting, use of jigs and fixtures for machining and joining processes.
Stress, strain analysis and mechanical properties of materials applied to metal forming processes are explored. Other processes investigated include sheet metal forming, deep drawing, stretch forming and bending, forging, rolling and extrusion processes, tooling for blanking, bending and forging as well as basic casting techniques.
Please note: This subject has an on-campus attendance requirement. For more information, please visit the On-campus Schedules section of the degree page.
- Continuing assessment (20%)
- Practical - 3 x 1000 words (20%)
- Invigilated Exam - 2 hours (60%)
Associate Degree in Engineering
- Restricted - Core Subject Civil Engineering
- Restricted - Major in Civil Engineering
- Restricted - Core Subject in Mechanical Engineering
- Restricted - Major in Mechanical Engineering