Undergraduate Courses

BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Course Objectives:

Preparing students to have a basic understanding of Mechanical Engineering and Entrepreneurship. Having knowledge and comprehend a theory of science and technology, particularly a theory that related to energy conservation and machine constructions

 

Outcomes:

Graduating from this program will work at the manufacturing and/or process industries, and also at other upstream industries, particularly those related to the field of energy management. Besides that, graduates also have the ability to create their own businesses, since they have taught with entrepreneurship skills.

 

Available Programs:

University Partners for Credit Transfer Program

  • University of Malaya, Malaysia
  • Chienkuo Technology University, Taiwan
  • Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea

Core Subjects

Production Process + Lab Work

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Introduction to manufacture and production systems; process engineering and process planning; group technology; forecasting; inventory control; aggregate production planning; material requirements planning; production scheduling; applications of linear programming and artificial intelligence in production process organization.

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Technical Drawing

Credit Unit : 3
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Thermodynamics

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Properties and states of simple substances, P-v-T processes, equations of state, ideal gas law, first law of thermodynamics, control volume and control mass analyses, first law thermal efficiency, simple steady flow devices, heat engines, refrigerators, heat pumps, Carnot cycle, entropy, principle of increase of entropy, second law of thermodynamics, reversibility.

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Statics Structure

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Forces, moments of forces, couples, resultants of force systems; distributed loads; hydrostatics; conditions of equilibrium and applications to particles and rigid bodies in two dimensions; analysis of statically determinate structures including beams, trusses and arches; bending moment and shear force diagrams; dry friction; Review of bending moment and shear force diagrams for beams. Introduction of stress and strain; axial loading, torsion, pure bending and transverse loading. Status failure and factors of safety. Stress and strain transformation in two dimensions. Mohr’s circle. Beam deflection, stability of columns. Energy methods.

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Technique Material

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Atomic structure, arrangement and movement; microstructural development and heat treatment; physical properties of ferrous and nonferrous metals, semiconductors, ceramics, polymers and composites; corrosion and mechanical properties.

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Electronics and Electrics Motor

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Electric charge, Coulomb’s Law, electrostatic forces, electric field, Gauss’s Law, electric potential, stored energy. Electric current, conduction in a vacuum and in material media, displacement current, magnetic field of a current, force on a current carrying wire, magnetic induction, electromotive force, energy stored in a magnetic field. Magnetism and magnetic circuits. Time varying fields. Capacitance, resistance, inductance, and their characterization.

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Chemical Industry

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Introduction to the principles and processes used in the chemical and energy industries: petroleum production and refining, petrochemical, pulp and paper, mining and smelting, and fermentation industries. Water and air quality, water and air emission problems and their control. Introduction to analyses of embodied energy and virtual water.

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Energy Conversion

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Thermal power generation, vapours and gas cycles, refrigeration and heat pumps. Compressible flow. Non reacting gas mixtures and psychometrics. Reacting mixtures, combustion. Energy (ability to produce work) and second law analysis

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Kinematics Dynamics

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Kinematics and dynamics of rigid bodies; analysis of planar rigid body motion using translating and rotating axes; two-dimensional rigid body dynamics using force/acceleration, work/energy and impulse/momentum methods; applications to one degree of freedom planar mechanisms and vibrations; introduction to three-dimensional rigid body dynamics.

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Fluid Mechanics

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Properties of fluids. Basic flow analysis techniques. Basic concepts: velocity field, stress, flow patterns, classification of fluid motion. Fluid statics: pressure distribution; hydrostatic forces on submerged surfaces; buoyancy and stability. Integral analysis of fluid motion: conservation of mass, momentum balance, energy balance. Laminar and turbulent flow in pipes and pipe systems. Flow measurement. Laminar and turbulent boundary layers, flow around bodies and drag.

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Energy Conversion

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • The students are expected to be able to optimize the performance of power generation machines and cooling machines commonly used in various industrial installations.

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Engineering Drawing

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Engineering drawing: sketching, orthographic projections, multiple views, sectional views, isometric and perspective projections, dimensions and tolerances, and working drawings. Computer Aided Design: wire-frame, surface and solid modeling. Machine Shop Practice: micrometers and verniers, drilling, turning, and milling.

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Machine Element

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Quantitative design methods; review of stress analysis, load determination and static failure theories; fatigue failure arising from time-varying loads; design of specific machine elements: shafts, bearings, gears, screws and fasteners, clutches and brakes; life cycle design methods.

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Maintenance of Machine

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Linear elastic and elastic-plastic fracture mechanics. Classical fatigue analysis, crack propagation, and low cycle fatigue. Plasticity induced closure and crack growth under variable amplitude loading. Damage tolerance analysis. Stochastic, closure-lognormal crack propagation. Durability analysis. Maintenance and inspection optimization. Industrially significant applications are highlighted throughout the course.

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Renewable Energy

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Overview of major classes of renewable energy: solar photovoltaic, wind, biomass, hydro, solar thermal, tidal and wave. Examination of renewable energy from the perspective of; (1) extent, distribution and accessibility of the resource, (2) technologies for the conversion of the resource (3) current applications, and (4) prospects for future implementation.

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Technique Measurement

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Overview of fundamental issues associated with measurement systems; response of 0th, 1st, and 2nd order systems, components in a measurement system, effects of digitization, sampling, aliasing, noise, quantization error. Frequency Response Function, voltage conversion, loading effects, and filtering. Sensors and transducers for common physical measurements, including Optical techniques and sensors. Laboratories incorporate all elements of the lectures, with students designing and building complete measurement systems with digital acquisition.

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Utility Industry

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Project topics that involve the design of thermo fluids systems such as power generation and refrigeration cycles, pump and piping systems, heat exchangers and heat exchanger networks, and air-conditioning and heating systems. Alternatively, students can propose their own projects in other areas of thermo fluid systems.

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Mechanical Vibration

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Vibration of single-mass systems; free vibration characteristics, harmonic forcing, frequency response functions, applications to vibration isolation and transmissibility, shaft whirl, vibration transducers. Fourier series solutions for periodic forcing. Multi-mass systems; frequencies and modes for undammed systems, matrix methods, orthogonally of modes and iteration methods. Balancing of rigid rotors; single plane and two-plane balancing; analytical and experimental field balancing methods. Balancing of reciprocating machines; single cylinder shaking forces, multi cylinder engines and compressors of different configurations.

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Hydraulic Pneumatic + Lab Work

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Modelling dynamic systems (linear systems and feedback control). Transfer function based analysis and design (transfer functions, root-locus, stability, transient responses). Frequency characteristics design methods (frequency responses, stability, gain and phase margins, system compensation). State-space design methods (state transition matrix, state feedback and shaping dynamic responses; linear observers).

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HVAC

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • HVAC (Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning) is a technical science course that discusses the process of heating and air conditioning in commercial buildings to produce a comfortable air condition for the occupants. The students are expected to be able to design the air conditioning process and air distribution system and analyse the results of its design and operation.

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Energy Audit

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Macroscopic examination of energy systems, system architecture and evolution. Dynamics of energy systems. Characteristics and impacts of energy storage. Energy balance and second law efficiency.

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Product Design

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Complete design of a product or a system; specification of function, analysis, selection of materials, strength calculations, preparation of working drawings, and cost analysis, preparation of final design report Weekly seminar series featuring topics related to design, safety, marketing and management.

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Automotive Engineering

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Provides knowledge about automotive engineering and its applications. Where the knowledge of automotive elements include maintenance process and maintenance management.

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Mechanical Construction

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Design methodology; recognizing and defining open-ended engineering problems, problem definition, concept generation, project planning, modeling, analysis, decision making, design synthesis, prototyping, and testing. Students complete a series of design oriented projects in small teams to develop teamwork skills.

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Fuel and Lubrications

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can understand and apply the specific characteristics of fuel and lubricants for machinery and industrial equipment and its production in order to operate properly.

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Basic Undergraduate Courses

Statistic Lab Work

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • This is an additional an additional session for introduction to accounting for students to study  accounting practices in company.

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Basic Math

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Review of analytic geometry; functions and graphs; limits; derivatives; techniques and applications of differentiation; antiderivatives; the definite integral and area; logarithmic and exponential functions; trigonometric functions; Newton’s, Simpson’s and trapezoidal methods.

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Physics+Lab Work

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Mechanics, heat, sound, wave motion, light, electricity, magnetism, and modern physics. Life Science applications; Newton’s laws; particle dynamics and curvilinear motion; force and momentum; kinetic and potential energy; circular and rotational motion; thermal physics; gravitational and electric forces. Engineering and Physical Science applications.

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Computer Application

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Fundamentals of computer programming with real-world engineering examples using an imperative programming language. Topics include variables, data types, statements, control structures, functions, parameter passing mechanisms, expressions, data structures, files, pointers, storage allocation, elementary searching and sorting, recursion, encapsulation, modularity, incremental development, testing, and debugging.

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English I

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Intended for students developing fluency and proficiency in written and spoken English. Provides intensive practice in building well-constructed sentences and paragraphs, while building fluency and preparing students for longer written assignments.

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Religion

Credit Unit : 2
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Pancasila ( Indonesian Ideology)

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Students are able to analyze problems in the life of society, nation and state through intellectual responsibility by preserving the values ​​of Pancasila in the reality of life.

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English II

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Introduction to the reading and writing skills needed to meet the expectations of university-level academic study. Emphasis is on building proficiency in academic reading and writing through extensive practice.

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Calculus

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Volumes; arc length and surface area; techniques of integration with applications; polar coordinates and area; l’Hôpital’s rule; Taylor’s formula; improper integrals; series and tests for convergence; power series and Taylor series; complex numbers.

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Environmental Engineering

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Intended for students who have completed at least two years of chemistry. Covers issues in the chemistry that surrounds us. Topics of current interest will be covered with an emphasis on how the chemistry works, and advantages and disadvantages of their application. Topics may include the chemistry of food, drugs, household products, agrichemicals, petrochemicals, pollution, energy (generation/conversion) and materials.

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Civics

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Students are able to understand about the urgency of civic education in college, the state and the system of government in several countries and in Indonesia, the national identity, the meaning of democracy, develop democratic attitudes, rights and obligations of citizens, sensitive to the problems and implementation of the existing rule of environment’s law, human rights, geography, population and environment in Indonesia, the concept of National Resilience in solving the problems that arise in society, understand the relationship between state and religion and its problems, recognize the model of regional autonomy and the principles of good governance.

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UMB Ethics

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Awareness of the role and responsibilities of Professional Engineers in society with respect to the environment, ethics, equity, public and worker safety and health considerations. Introduction to technical and other forms of work term and/or work experience report preparation, understanding national and international placement standards, WorkSafeBC standards, engineering logbooks. Development of effective interview techniques, skill assessment and analysis, career management and development. Preparation of resumés and cover letters.

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Capita Selecta

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Presents material in an emerging field or one not covered in regular offerings. Some topics may require laboratory work as well as lectures.

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Statistics

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Probability axioms, properties of probability, counting techniques, conditional probability, independence, random variables, discrete and continuous probability distributions, expectation, variance; binomial, hyper geometric, negative binomial, Poisson, uniform, normal, gamma and exponential distributions; discrete and continuous joint distributions, independent random variables, expectation of functions of random vectors, covariance, random samples and sampling distributions, central limit theorem; point and interval estimation; hypothesis testing; linear regression and correlation.

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Computer Programming

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Formulation and application of the finite element method for modelling mechanical systems, including stress and vibration problems; stiffness method, stiffness and mass matrices, generalized force, numerical procedures; development of simple programs and exposure to general purpose packages.

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Indonesian Language and Grammar Scientific

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Searching and referencing methods used in dealing with scientific and technical literature and on the characteristics of effective technical and scientific style. The emphasis throughout will be on clarity, precision, and consistency. Students will acquire practical experience in the writing of short technical documents such as memoranda, letters and abstracts, longer forms such as reports, papers, and theses, and instructional forms such as manuals, brochures, and specifications

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Entrepreneurship I

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Finance, accounting, auditing, taxation, marketing, market research; organizational psychology, personnel selection; engineering economy, equivalent uniform annual cash flow, present worth, cost benefit ratio.

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SAP Fundamental (ERP)

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Introduction to manufacture and production systems; process engineering and process planning; group technology; forecasting; inventory control; aggregate production planning; material requirements planning; production scheduling; applications of linear programming and artificial intelligence in production process organization.

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Research Methodology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • The material presented in this course will give understanding to the students about the quality of the products and the process of industry, the stages of applied research, the measurement of product and process quality, applied industry experiment, the design of applied experiment, and the analysis of the research result. The students are expected to be able to design an applied research industry, Implement them and analyze the results.

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Internship

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • After following this Job Training activity students are expected to be able to explain the problems that are often encountered in the industry related to a certain field or concentration, and then able to formulate a research problem completed for the final project / thesis.

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Final Project

Credit Unit : 4
Competency:

  • After following the lecture courses, the students are expected to conduct research and make reporting up to the dissemination of the results of conducted research.

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Product Design

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Complete design of a product or a system; specification of function, analysis, selection of materials, strength calculations, preparation of working drawings, and cost analysis, preparation of final design report Weekly seminar series featuring topics related to design, safety, marketing and management.

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Electives Subjects

English III / Entrepreneurship III

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Students are able to communicate in English ( Orally and in writing) in common business contexts and comprehend business-related reading materials / Students are able to manage the well business in the field of science, make bankable financial statements, provide added value to the product and increase the amount of revenue significantly.

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Elective Course I

Credit Unit : 3

English IV / Business Plan

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to communicate in English ( Orally and in writing) in common business contexts and comprehend business-related reading materials / Business Plan.

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Elective Course III

Credit Unit : 3