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1. Project List

2. Staff Contacts

3. Project Allocation

4. Project Timetable

5. Headquarters for students

6. Points to be noted by MU Project students


1. Project List

Proj. No. Project Title

Supervisor

M1 Electric Vehicle -- Car Body Mr. Ron Cheng /
Mr. CH Yu /
Mr. HM Leung
M2 Electric Vehicle -- Car Chassis Mr. Ron Cheng /
Mr. CH Yu /
Mr. HM Leung
M3 Electric Vehicle -- Steering Mr. Ron Cheng /
Mr. CH Yu /
Mr. HM Leung
M4 Electric Vehicle -- Rear Transmission Mr. Ron Cheng /
Mr. CH Yu /
Mr. HM Leung
M5 Electric Vehicle -- Clearenc Mr. Ron Cheng /
Mr. CH Yu /
Mr. HM Leung
M6 Bench Type Milling Machine Mr. CH Yu
M7 Tilting Mechanism of Melting Furnaces Mr. Martin Wong
M8

Seprator for the YKK Ltd.

Mr. CK Lai

M9 Automatic Milling Machine for Galore Packaging Co. Ltd. Mr. CK Lai

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2. Staff Contacts

Supervisor

Room

Telephone

Mr. Ron Cheng

W204

2766 7628

Mr. HM Leung

W105

2766 7605

Mr. CH Yu

U401

2766 7612

Mr. Martin Wong

W002

2766 7625

Mr. CK Lai

W402

2766 7627

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3. Project Allocation

GROUP NO.
PROJECT TITLE
STUDENT NAME

M1

Electric Vehicle -- Car Body

AU Ho Yin
CHAN Wa Yee
CHEUNG Tze Yung
CHEUNG Wai Tong
CHICK Chi Yung
FUNG Chi Chiu

M2

Electric Vehicle -- Car Chassis

HEUNG Kai Chung
HO Wan Yin Felix
HON Kau Kwan
HUI Kwai Pun
HUNG Shun Hong
KWAN Ching Wai

M3

Electric Vehicle -- Steering

KWAN King Yin
KWOK Ka Kin
KWOK Kei Yi
LAI Yiu Lam
LAM Hi Tang
LAM Ting Kay Michael

M4

Electric Vehicle -- Rear Transmission

LAU Chung Man
LAU Hiu Chi
LAU Hung Ngai
LEUNG Cheung Kang
LEUNG Chui Ping Yanney
LEUNG Chun Yu

M5

Electric Vehicle -- Clearenc

LEUNG On Kei Angela
LEUNG Yu Hin
LEUNG Yuen Sang
LI Ting Fung LIN
Ho Kwan Brian
LIN Kam Piu

M6

Bench Type Milling Machine LIT Chi Kin
LO Ka Min Donna Erica
NG Tsz Kwan
PANG Wai Kin
SIU Fai Kwok
TSANG Hing Ka

M7

Tilting Mechanism of Melting Furnaces

TUNG Man Fai Matthew
WONG Fei Pang
WONG Fei Yin
WONG Hoi Sing
WONG Ka Keung
WONG Yan Chak

M8

Seprator for the YKK Ltd.

LEE Hoi Ki
WU Sze Ming
YEUNG Ka Wah
YEUNG Kai Chi Chris
YIM Bik Ki
YIP Ka Ho

M9

Automatic Milling Machine for Galore Packaging Co. Ltd.

CHAN Wai Man Raymond
CHEUNG Man Ho
CHOW Chung Hang
FONG Chai Sheung Dora
HUI Chun Wei Henry
KONG Yuen Man Abby

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4. Project Timetable

The IC operates 5 days a week from 0830 to 1700. Normal project days in the summer are from Monday to Thursday. In these project days, you have to follow the IC timetable and sign in/out from your supervisor's office. Friday is not a normal project day but you may at your discretion to work at your own pace. You should observe the IC rules related to timekeeping during the timetabled project periods.

During the timetabled project periods (i.e. Monday to Thursday), facilities will be available for manufacturing activities. It is anticipated there will be a high demand for the use of equipment in some of the workshops. You are therefore requested to plan your work carefully and make your booking in advance (normally 3 days). Any urgent requests should be made to the Unit In-charge of the Shop in which the work is to be done.

Work after 17:00 is not encouraged. You are advised to plan and monitor your progress carefully. However, if it is found that the projects cannot be completed on time, you have to make your own arrangement with your supervisor and the Unit In-charge on overtime work. It is better to work on a tight schedule at the early stage of the project in order to avoid any last minute rush.

Students are reminded that the project must be completed before making the presentation.

 
ACTIVITIES LOCATION DURATION
1

Induction

TU107

09:00-10:30
15/2/2003
Saturday, Week 24

2

Detailed design and planning

Design Office, IC

Week 24-32
Every Saturday (AM)

3

Machining, fitting and fabrication

Machine Shops, IC

Week 40

4

Heat-treatment, welding and electroplating

Ground Floor, IC

Week 41

5

Assembly, testing and commissioning

Project Shops, IC

Week 42

6

Preparation for presentation

Project Offices, IC

Week 43

7

Presentation

W502

Week 43 (26/6/2003)

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5. Headquarters for students

Project headquarters for meetings, assembly and testing work are allocated as follows:

Proj. No. Project Title

Headquarter

M1 Electric Vehicle -- Car Body U204
M2 Electric Vehicle -- Car Chassis U204
M3 Electric Vehicle -- Steering U204
M4 Electric Vehicle -- Rear Transmission U204
M5 Electric Vehicle -- Clearenc U204
M6 Bench Type Milling Machine U401
M7 Tilting Mechanism of Melting Furnaces W106
M8

Seprator for the YKK Ltd.

W402

M9 Automatic Milling Machine for Galore Packaging Co. Ltd. W402

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6. Points to be noted by MU project students

6.1 Safety Matters

You are required to discuss with your supervisor any potential hazards that may be associated with the project.

Suitable safety shoes and aprons are to be worn at all times while working in the IC workshops.

Safety precautions are to be taken in all workshop operation/processes, assembly and trial tests. (Your project supervisor will assess your working methods as part of the project assessment.)

6.2 Progress Report

Daily Report - It is expected that you will keep in contact with your supervisor and report to him the daily progress of your work.

Weekly Report - Weekly formal meetings are to be held with your supervisor. The meetings are to be chaired by a leader and minutes should be taken by a secretary nominated by the group.

Project Dairy - You are strongly advised to keep a daily project diary of what has been done during the day. This would help you in preparing your final report as well as the presentation at the end of the project.

6.3 Materials

Your Supervisor will advise you on this matter. Usually materials can be obtained from the IC store. You have to complete a Material Requisition Form giving details of the material/part you want. The MRF has to be signed by your supervisor before drawing material from the store.

A minimal sum of petty cash is made available for the purchase of small items below HK$500. The cost of bought out parts/material can be refunded only when the following conditions are met:

a. Prior approval is obtained from your Supervisor before the material is purchased.

b. Valid purchasing receipts are provided.

c. The receipts must clearly indicate the cost, proper description of the items (in English) and the title of the project.

Stationary, photos and slides for the project presentation/report are to be borne by the students. You should make your own plan in taking photos/slides in the course of manufacturing.

6.4 Booking of Facilities

The IC-S1 Form "Application for IC Facilities" is to be used for booking workshops facilities. Before booking, you should consult the Unit Leader concerned to check whether the equipment will be available at the time required.

The form should be endorsed by your supervisor and it should be submitted to the Unit Leader concerned 3 days in advance. Should you have any urgent request for equipment booking, you should put it through your Supervisor who will make special arrangement for your request.

At least 1 lathe and 1 milling machine will be allocated for each project group in the Basic Machine Shop or the Toolroom for the manufacturing of parts. Any special machine such as CNC, grinding machine, boring machine can be booked through the relevant section leader.

6.5 Use of CAD Facilities

Detailed drawings are to be done in the IC CAD Rooms as allocated by your supervisor.

You are not allowed to bring any floppy diskettes into the IC CAD Rooms. If drawing data backup is required, you must bring along several new floppy diskettes with your name printed on each diskette and pass them to a designated DO staff/TA who will format the floppy diskettes for you. It should be noted that no floppy diskettes are allowed to be used in the Design Office except those formatted by the DO staff. All these floppy disks should be returned to the DO after each day's work.

You have the responsibility to tidy up the workplace after use.

6.6 Project Presentation

This is an important part of the project. You are reminded to leave sufficient time for the preparation of the presentation. Good planning would usually help.

6.7 Marking Scheme

The marking scheme consists of two parts - the project and the presentation.

6.8 Final Report

You have to hand in a final report within 2 weeks upon completion of the project.

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