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ENB200 Introducing Engineering Systems

Format: Report.
Length: 1500 to 2500 words, not including references or appendices.
Individual/Group: Group work and group report submission. Groups of 4‐5.
Referencing Style: IEEE.
Due Date: Week 12, 20 of October.
Submission Method: Assignment Minder.
Groups of 4 to 5 students will choose and analyse a simulation model for an engineering system. This
model may be within the same engineering discipline as Part 1 above, or it may be in a different
discipline if the group wishes to be exposed to another discipline in more detail. Students will chose
a Matlab Simulink model from a list of existing models in their engineering discipline of choice. These
existing Simulation models can be found within Matlab Simulink (under Help ‐> Demos ‐> Simulink).
Other information on existing models can be accessed through the Mathworks website
http://www.mathworks.com/products/simulink/demos.html . An example summary list of these
existing Simulation Models to choose from is provided in the Appendix at the end of this document.
Groups will analyse this Simulink model by: identifying the major components, variables and
parameters in the model; describing the model behaviour; and conducting a broad sensitivity
analysis on the major system variables. The sensitivity analysis should be conducted at a high‐level
on only the most influential parameters. Note that at as a first year engineering student, you will not
have the required knowledge to delve into each component of your module to fully understand its
workings. This is knowledge you will gain over the coming years in your studies. Thus, it is more
important to focus on the high‐level behaviours at the system level, rather than understanding the
mechanics of any particular block at this stage. So the aim of the sensitivity analysis exercise is to
understand what impact each major parameter has on the final system output.
Graphs of behaviour for each parameter may be generated to help explain their impact (i.e. graph of
water inflow rate vs the volume of a dam; or the impact of external temperature on internal
temperature for a vehicle climate control system, etc). The group may also propose refinements on
the system based on their analysis of the model if required. The group will produce a report
discussing the outcomes from the above activities including the behaviour of the model and the
sensitivity analysis of the model.
No part of your grade for this report will include a peer assessment component. However, you will
be required to provide a “Table of Contributions” in an appendix. This table lists all section titles in
the report and lists the names of each student under each section who contributed to its analysis
and/or writing. All group members will be required to sign this Table of Contributions.
PLEASE NOTE: If the group functions together effectively, all members will receive a common
grade. However, if disputes are raised or if a poor performance in the Table of Contributions is
detected, your contribution to the report will come under close scrutiny. If your contribution is
deemed to be insufficient you will be called on to show cause why you should not receive a lower
grade than the rest of your group. Therefore it is crucial that the contribution of each group
member be clearly identified in the “Table of Contributions” and signed off by all members.
Report Format
Below is a recommended structure and breakdown of the report.
ENB200 Introducing Engineering Systems, Semester 2, 2011
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Section Suggested Word Guide
Cover Page which specifies the project, your chosen Simulation Model, all
names and student numbers of group members, and the final word count.

Executive Summary. 100 words
Introduction setting out the aim of the analysis and introducing the simulation
model and its purpose.
200 words
System Overview & System Behaviour which identifies the major components,
variables and parameters in the model and the structure of the model. The
graphical representation of your model should also be provided and discussed.
This section should also describe the high‐level behaviour of the system and the
main interactions which occur within the system.
400 words
Sensitivity Analysis which is performed on only the major system variables and
parameters (i.e. only the most influential parameters). Some simulation models
may have potentially hundreds of variables. The aim is to identify and focus only
on the top 5‐10 variables depending on your model. The sensitivity analysis is to
be performed at a high‐level and aims to understand what impact each
parameter has on the final system output. Graphs of behavior for each
parameter may be generated to help explain their impact (i.e. graph of water
inflow rate vs the volume of a dam; or impact of external temperature on
internal temperature for a vehicle climate control system, etc).
450 ‐ 650 words
System Refinements (optional) is a section which can propose refinements or
alterations to your simulation model if you determine a flaw in the model which
can be fixed. This section is optional only. If you do propose refinements to your
model, you must specify why you have proposed them, what shortfalls it is
addressing, and why the overall system is improved.
(200 words)
Conclusion 150 words
References ‐
Appendices
Appendix A is the “Table of Contributions” from all group members. This table
lists all section titles in the report and lists the names of each student under
each section who contributed to its analysis and/or writing. Other appendices
may be included if required to help support your analysis.

Total 1500 words
Below is a suggested format and example of a table of contributions to include in your appendix.
Suggested Table of Contributions
Section List of Contributors
Cover Page Bob
Executive Summary Jimmy
Introduction Bob, Jimmy
System Overview & System Behaviour Fred
Sensitivity Analysis Fred, Bob, Jimmy, Harry
System Refinements (optional) Harry, Bob
Conclusion Jimmy, Harry
ENB200 Introducing Engineering Systems, Semester 2, 2011
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References Bob
Appendices

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