CIVIL SCIENCES

CS 1: Construction Process Planning, MS Project, Primavera etc. 

CS 2: Floorplanning, Elevation, 3D modeling, Advanced Rendering, Structural Design, and Architectural Design etc. 

CS 3: AutoCAD, Revit, SketchUp, 3D Studio Max, StaddPro etc. 

CS 4: ANSYS, Abaqus, Plaxis 2D, Plaxis 3D,RS2, RS3 etc. 


1) 762831-Architecture design project

Assignment Description

The following elements must be completed to a satisfactory level using only
Revit software.

1. OS Location Plan – 1:50000
2. OS Master Plan – 1:2000
3. OS CAD plan – 1:1000 with your house highlighted on it.
4. Site Plan of your own plot to include all landscaping surface finishes – 1:200
5. Ground Floor Plan – 1:50
6. First Floor Plan – 1:50
7. 4 Elevations – 1:50
8. Section through entire site front to back – 1:50
9. Details of 2 of the following elements at 1:10 *
*You will be randomised 2 of the following details.
a. Top face of foundation to threshold of main entrance including structural floor
b. Main entrance door head detail including proprietary lintel and weep holes, cavity closer and detail of thermally broken external door frame.
c. First floor suspended floor construction connected to the wall and including all second fix elements
d. Upper floor window head to roof eaves including the roof eaves
e. Roof ridge including details of tiles, felt, battens, insulation and ventilation.
10. External renders of the front and back views of the dwelling including landscaping. (Internal renders if you want to add extra content.)
11. Drainage plan to main SW and FW sewers. – 1:100


2) 760615- Civil Engineering

Assignment Description 

SLAB

Dimensions of slab- 8m X 4m X 0.7m
Material properties for 32 MPa concrete-(i) Elastic- (ii)Plastic-

Type of load-Uniformly distributed load (UDL)
Boundary conditions- Fixed support both sides of slab

BUBBLE DECK BALL (HDPE Hollow ball)

Thickness- 600mm
Material properties for plastic

COMBINED MODEL

Partition the slab in 1 square metre boxes i.e. all together 32 boxes and place the bubble deck in it and check for deflection to be then compared to the normal concrete slab.


3) 762843-Architecture design project

Assignment Description 

1st Sheet – Site Plan (1:500) Location Plan (1:1250)
2 x External and 2 x Internal perspectives, rendered.

2nd Sheet – Plans of Ground Floor and First Floor (1:100) with rooms and
annotation, neat and tidy grid and section lines,

3rd Sheet – 1 x Sections through Building 1:100 & 3 x Details (1:20)
The details need to be referenced in the section with callouts.

4th Sheet – 3 main elevations. West, South and North. Include context (1:100) 10 marks
5th Sheet – Floor plan colour scheme and Schedule of areas.


4) 762831-Architecture design project

Assignment Description 

The following elements must be completed to a satisfactory level using only
Revit software.

1. OS Location Plan – 1:50000
2. OS Master Plan – 1:2000
3. OS CAD plan – 1:1000 with your house highlighted on it.
4. Site Plan of your own plot to include all landscaping surface finishes – 1:200
5. Ground Floor Plan – 1:50
6. First Floor Plan – 1:50
7. 4 Elevations – 1:50
8. Section through entire site front to back – 1:50
9. Details of 2 of the following elements at 1:10 *
*You will be randomised 2 of the following details.
a. Top face of foundation to threshold of main entrance including structural floor
b. Main entrance door head detail including proprietary lintel and weep holes, cavity closer and detail of thermally broken external door frame.
c. First floor suspended floor construction connected to the wall and including all second fix elements
d. Upper floor window head to roof eaves including the roof eaves
e. Roof ridge including details of tiles, felt, battens, insulation and ventilation.
10. External renders of the front and back views of the dwelling including landscaping. (Internal renders if you want to add extra content.)
11. Drainage plan to main SW and FW sewers. – 1:100


 


5) 762121-Petroleum Engineering (oil and gas)

Assignment Description

PROJECT TITLE – GEOMECHANICS FOR UNCONVENTIONAL RESERVOIRS. This is a dissertation assignment of undergraduate level. The main aim of the project is to analyse geomechanical property estimation of unconventional reservoirs to design an efficient and effective hydraulic fracturing for field development plan. This project is to be carried out on CMG. The approximate words required is 9000. The project is divided into two parts with the first 5000 words on literature review (1000 on introduction and abstract, rest 4000 on literature) and the next 4000 on modelling. The project requires APA referencing (in text citation required). Writer should include a single (and NO more) page following References of the report on which a concise, precise and accurate statement of achievements is provided. The top half of the page headed “Project Achievements” should contain a list of statements of each project achievements. The lower half headed “Learning Achievements” should contain a list of personal achievements. The report should contain a Contents Tables/Page(s). The Figures and Tables must be numbered and have meaningful captions. It must be typed with 1.5 line spacing 12 Font size Arial or Times New Roman on one side of white A4 paper. Use margins of 2.5cm top/bottom/right and about 3cm to the left. Project must contain the following; Abstract, introduction, literature review, methodology, results and discussions Conclusion, list of references, and Project achievements. The report should not exceed 10000 words.



 

6) 766657-Geomechanics for Unconventional reservoirs

Assignment Description

This is a DISSERTATION ASSIGNMENT of undergraduate level which requires modeling. Literature review has already been done and only modeling part is required from writer. Writers familiar with CMG software should only attempt this assignment. Writers with qualifications of petroleum engineering (most preferably), geology or petrophysics are suitable for this assignment. The main aim of the project is to analyse geomechanical property estimation of unconventional reservoirs to design an efficient and effective hydraulic fracturing for field development plan. This project is to be carried out on CMG. The approximate words required is 4000. The project requires APA referencing (in text citation required). The project must contain methodology, results and discussions, Conclusion, list of references, and Project Achievements.


7) 758062- Civil Engineering-rock science software

Assignment Description 

Behaviour of tunnel portals using rock bolts by using rs2 software and rs3 softwares

i have attached the tunnel picture and the measurements of the rock bolts which is to be used in rs2.
i also attached the sydney sandstone and shale proerties which is reffered by my professor for reference values.

 


8) 227433 – mathematics for construction

Assignment Description 

Scenario 1
You have been contracted as a mathematical consultant to solve and confirm a number of mathematical problems/solutions for projects on a major contract
1. A building services engineer is to design a water tank for a project. The tank has a rectangular area of 26.5m2. With the design specifics of the width being 3.2m shorter than the length, calculate the length and width to 3 significant figures for resource requirements.
2. As an employee of company JR construction you have received a letter regarding the project your company is working on. It has a penalty clause that states the contactor will forfeit a certain some of money each day for late completion. (i.e. the contractor gets paid the value of the original contract less any sum forfeit). If she is 5 days late she receives £4250 and if she is 12 days late she receives £2120. Calculate the daily forfeit and determine the original contract.
HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 3
Scenario 2
You have asked to convert various dimensional parameters using the following table
A car driving at an average speed 65 miles/hour (note 1 mile=1760 yards) Calculate : (a)
speed in meters/second
How long will it take to drive 100miles
The car’s fuel consumption averages 30miles/gallon convert this to liters/kilometer
How much fuel is required in liters for the journey