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Unit name Introduction to Maritime Engineering Design
Unit code JEE252
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Sciences and Engineering
Australian Maritime College
Discipline National Centre for Maritime Engineering and Hydrodynamics
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Learning Outcomes

ILO 1 Select and apply suitable analysis and design methodologies and creativity in order to produce an engineering solution that satisfies the requirements of a client brief for a maritime engineering design project at a conceptual design level.

ILO 2 Demonstrate and apply knowledge of regulatory, practical and economic constraints in the conceptual design of marine structures, ocean vehicles and maritime engineering systems with a special emphasis in sustainable design.

ILO 3 Effectively combine the use of teamwork, oral and written communication skills, conventional design tools and industry specific software to create the design drawings, digital models and technical documents required to report and assess a maritime engineering design project, at a conceptual level, in accordance with industry standards and codes of practice.

ILO 4 Demonstrate an understanding of wellbeing, sustainability, engineering ethics and human factors in the design context by examining the engineer’s obligations to the environment, the society, their clients, and to the profession.






Teaching Pattern

2 x 2-hr lectures weekly (13 weeks)


Design Project 50%, Studio Portfolio 30%, MyLO Quizzes 20%

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