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APSC 101 Final: APSC 101 Final Study Guide
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Department
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Course Code
APSC 101
Professor
Peter Ostafichuk

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Pre-Module
Technical Skills in Design:
Personal Protective Equipment:
Every individual must wear closed toe shoes, long pants, and safety goggles (not
eyeglasses!)
Snips:
Never cuts wires
Different colours mean different turning directions
Green: left snip (right turn)
Red: right snip (left turn)
Seamer and Nibbler:
Seamer
- Bending pliers, used to hold metal in place for bending
Nibbler
- Nibbles slots out
Hole Puncher:
Punches holes in sheet metal
Crosshairs on material help locate the center of the hole more precisely
Riveting Tool/Pop Riveter:
Uses pop rivets to combine multiple pieces of metal together
Long thin portion on rivet called “mandrel”, the larger part called “head and pin”
Module 5
Risk Assessment:
Risk:
Severity (harm/consequences) Likelihood (how often events occur)
Hazard:
Capacity of processes to cause damage/harm to people, the environment, or
assets/equipment
Things that harm environment or people
Ex. An avalanche due to snow buildup is a hazard to people
Risk:
Possibility of harm
Ex. Monitoring of snow reduces the risk of avalanche
These two are not the same!
Project Risk: Possibility of an unfavourable project consequences
Ex. Missing deadlines, going over budget, etc.
Vulnerability: Potential for decisions, management, conditions, etc to yield negative
consequences
Ex. How thorough a team is with design process, inappropriate weights for
WDM, etc.
These two are also not the same!
Risk Analysis:
In order to minimize risks, team or individual must be able to comprehensively
identify initial risks
Risk management process relies on accurate identification of all hazards and
vulnerabilities
Otherwise, there may be overlooked risks that will become more problematic
More risk can be taken if it abides by code of ethics and profit/benefits is substantially
greater
This risk cannot affect people or environment, but project risk issa ok
Taking on a project with low chance of success but high reward
Risk Matrix:
Low or negligible risk does not require action
Medium risk may require monitoring or some action
High risk require implementation of risk reduction measures
Extreme risk require immediate attention or discontinuation because not acceptable at
all
Engineering Drawings:
Isometric Projection:
Vertical lines on the object are vertical on the page
Horizontal axes on the object rise at 30°
Equal distances along each of the axes on the object are equal on page
Parallel lines on object are parallel on page
Third Angle Projection:
Symbol: Truncated cone
Top, front and end (left or right) orthographic projections
Hidden lines (-----) represent features not visible to eye
Center marks/ lines (- - - ) represent centre of circles and center of
cylindrical features
Dimensioning:
Extension lines may cross, dimension lines may not.
Do NOT place dimensions inside object
Place dimensions between views
Do NOT show redundant dimensions
Dimension visible features rather than hidden features
Only show the most important dimensions!
Circular dimensions done by measuring diameter, symbolized by Ø
Must also dimension so that we can locate the center of the circle
Conical angles must be shown
Feedback:
3 types:
Appreciation: Acknowledge a job well done, to give credit or thanks
Coaching: Help someone improve
Evaluation: Rate someone’s performance against standards
Review (7C’s): Clear, Correct, Concise, Concrete, Complete, Considerate, Courteous

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PreModule Technical Skills in Design: Personal Protective Equipment: Every individual must wear closed toe shoes, long pants, and safety goggles (not eyeglasses!) Snips: Never cuts wires Different colours mean different turning directions Green: left snip (right turn) Red: right snip (left turn) Seamer and Nibbler: Seamer Bending pliers, used to hold metal in place for bending Nibbler Nibbles slots out Hole Puncher: Punches holes in sheet metal Crosshairs on material help locate the center of the hole more precisely Riveting ToolPop Riveter: Uses pop rivets to combine multiple pieces of metal together Long thin portion on rivet called mandrel, the larger part called head and pin Module 5 Risk Assessment: Risk: Severity (harmconsequences) Likelihood (how often events occur) Hazard: Capacity of processes to cause damageharm to people, the environment, or assetsequipment Things that harm environment or people Ex. An avalanche due to snow buildup is a hazard to people Risk: Possibility of harm Ex. Monitoring of snow reduces the risk of avalanche These two are not the same! Project Risk: Possibility of an unfavourable project consequences Ex. Missing deadlines, going over budget, etc. Vulnerability: Potential for decisions, management, conditions, etc to yield negative consequences
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