Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the foundations of the different aspects of engineering. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of materials used in engineering.

Main objective of the assessment
The aim of this assessment is to look at an onsite disabled car park and the provision for a disabled person to access a major building (such as Lecture Centre) at Brunel University.

Learning Outcomes
Learning Outcome for the assessment
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the foundations of the different aspects of engineering.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of materials used in engineering.
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the role of the engineer.

Ability to investigate a product or service according to a client’s brief.
Ability to work as a team in carrying out research on major components of a system and explain their working principle and operational features.

Ability to communicate effectively, both orally that enables documents and projects results to be presented at a good standard.

Format of the Assessment with mark distribution
It is highly recommended that your report follows the structure as laid out below.
Format with Mark Distribution
Introduction – 10%
Basic requirement of a disabled parking bay including drawing/schematic-30%
Provision for access to a building for a disabled person-30%
Any proposed alternative design–20%
Conclusion – 10%

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