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(Professor Henderson, Mr. Brown, Mr. Mansoor, Mr. Svensson)

A course of about 52 lectures and seminar classes, with practical work and project work as set out below.

SYLLABUS. Principles of metal cutting. Engineering Metrology. Geometrical Analysis of Engineering Designs. Specification and Control of Quality. Industrial Experimentation. Work Study. Design for Economical Production.

PRACTICAL WoRK. Three hours per week for about half the year.

PØJЕcТ WORK. On completion of the practical work, all students will carry out a special project arranged in conjunction with the subjects Mechanical Engineer- ing Part III and Machine Design to occupy all the remaining practical and drawing- olice periods in all three subjects for the rest of the year. Project theses must be submitted in duplicate.

Boous. (a) Prescribed text-books:


308-1953.-Engineering Drawing Practice.


1916-1953.—Limits and Fits for Engineering Parts I and II.

(b) Recommended for reference :

Waldman, N. E.,


Gibbons, R.

C.—Machinability and Machining of Metals.


Shaw, M.

C. Principles of Metal Cutting.


Rolt, F.

H.-Gauges and Fine Measurements,


1 and 2.

(Macmillan.) Hume, K.

J.-Engineering Metrology.



S.-Drawing and Dimensions.


Bowman, E. H.,


Fetter, R

B.—Analysis for Production Management.


Maynard, H. B.

(ed.)—Industrial Engineering Handbook.

(McGraw-Hill.) Barnes, R.

M. Motion and Time Study.


EXAMINATION. One 3-hour paper, for Pass and. Honours, in addition to the reports submitted on the work performed during the course.


INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT A A course of 68 hour lectures throughout the year.


History of industrial development, development of the factory system, types of ownership, partnership, companies, employer associations, trade unions. Outline of the theory of economic systems, cost analysis and control, principles of estimating, elements of the legal system, law of contract, elements of law of tort, arbitration agency, industrial law, history of development of management, changes in the philosophy of management—specialization—the functional system, functions to be performed by management.

Boors. (a) Prescribed text-books:

Filippetti, G. Industrial Management in Transition. (Irwin, 1953.)

Koontz, M., and O'Donnell, C. Principles of Management. (McGraw-Hill, . 1955.)

Robertson, G. A. Engineering Management. (Blackie.) Rubinstein, R. John Citizen and the Law. (Pelican.)

(b) Recommended for reference:

Fayol, H.-General and Industrial Management. (Pitman.) Hammond.—Rise of Modern Industry. (Methuen.)

Metcalf and Urwick.-Dynamic Administration. (Management Prod. Trust Ltd.)

Kimball,. D. S.—Principles of Industrial Organization. (McGraw-Hill.) Spriegel, W. R.,. and Lansburgh, R. H.—Industrial Management. (5th ed.,

Wiley, 1955.)

Amrine, H. T., Ritchey, J. A., and Hulley, O. S. Manufacturing Organiza- tion and Management. (Prentice-Hall, 1957.)

Shawer, G. Australian Government Today. (M.U.P.) Cheshire and Fifoot.—Law of Contract. (Butterworths.) Street, H.—Law of Tort. (Butterworths.)

EXAMINATION. Two 3-hour papers for Pass and Honours. . INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT B

A course of 3 lectures per week and 26 hours' practical work throughout the year.


Industrial organization, efficiency of production, standardization and simplifi- cation of materials and products, organization of unit, batch and flow production, selection of plant, materials handling, process control and inspection, automatic methods, plan location and design, operation of a productive plant.

Principles of management, responsibility of management to the community, industry, employees, customers, and the company. Labour payment systems, job evaluation. Industrial health and safety engineering. Labour selection and place- ment. Human relations in industry.

Boors. Recommendations will be made on textbooks and reference books during the course.

EXAMINATION. Two 3-hour papers for Pass and Honours.


A course of about 10-12 lectures.

SYLLABUS. (a) Introduction : Common and Statute Law. Reception of English Law into Australia. Real and Personal Property. Land tenure and its history.

Estates in land, freehold and leasehold. Licences. Interests in land of other persons:

easements and profits. Qualifications of the rights of ownership: planning legislation, invalid conditions, etc. Land as a security : mortgages. Transfer of land : the common law and the Transfer of Land Act. The extinction of interests in land:

adverse possession.


EXAMINATION. Oie 2-hour paper for Pass only.

(b) To obtain a pass in this subject, candidates must also attend the lectures and pass the examination in "Laws and Regulations for Sцrveyors."f


(Mr. Clifton and Mr. Svensson)

PAss CouRsE. Two lectures and one seminar class in the first and second terms, with drawing office work and project work as set out below.

FINAL HoxouRs COURSE. About 78 lectures and seminar classes which will include the Pass course. The extra lectures and seminars will deal with more advanced aspects of the syllabus. Drawing-office work and project work will be as set out below.

SУLLAВus. The subject matter is included in the following general topics:

The mechanical parts of prime movers, machine tools and other machines.

Engine balancing and the mounting of machines. Force, motion and shock isolation. Noise control. Dynamics of coupled linear systems. Hydrodynamic and boundary lubrication of journal bearings. The principles and design of automatic control systems. Design of heat transfer equipment. Geometrical principles of mechanism design and their application.

DRAWING OFFIсR WORK. (Pass and Honours Courses.) Three hours per week for about half the year. Approved original designs and drawings with specifications and estimates are to be completed by the student and submitted for examination as may be notified.

PROJECT WoRK. (Pass and Honours Courses.) On completion of the Drawing Office Work, all students will carry out a special project arranged in conjunction with the subjects Industrial Engineering M, and Mechanical Engineering Part III, to occupy all the remaining practical and drawing-office periods in all three subjects for the rest of the year. Project theses must be submitted in duplicate.

Воокs. (a) Prescribed text-books

Marks, L.

S. Mechanical Engineers' Handbook.

(McGraw-Hill.) Macmillan, R. H.—Theory

of Control.


Hunt, K.

1.—Mechanisms and Motion.

(English Universities Press.) (b) Recommended for reference:

Hartman, J. В. Dynamics of Machinery. (McGraw-Hill.) Holowenko, A.

R.—Dynamics of Machinery.


Biezeno, C. В.,



R. Engineering Dynamics,

Vol. IV :

Internal Combustion Engines.



R.—Vibration and Impact.

(Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. Inc.) Macduff, J. N.,


Curreri, J.

R.—Vibration Control.

(McGraw-Hill.) Shaw, M. C.,


Macks, E.

F.-Analysis and Lubrication

of Bearings.


Wilcock, D. F., and Booser, E.


Design and Application (McGraw.


Bowden, F. P., and Tabor,



and Lubrication of Solids. (Oxford University Press.)

McAdams, W.


Transmission. (McGraw-Hill.) Kern, D.

Q.—Process Heat Transfer.

(McGraw-Hill.) Porter,

A.-Introduction to Servo-Mechanisms.


Chestnut, H.,


Mayer, R. W.—Servomechanisms and Regulating System Design, Vol. I. (Wiley.)

Rosenauer, N., and Willis, A.

H.—Kinematics of Mechanisms.

(Associated General Publications.)

to full-year course conducted by the Royal Melbourne Technical College and delivered by Mr. R. R. Johnston, Staff Surveyor, Office of Titles. The course begins in February, and an examination is held in November. The fee for the course is f6. A pass at this examination will gain exemption from examination and credit for the subject "Lawa and Regulations" in the examinations of the Surveyors Board of Victoria.

(c) For the Final Honour course, a special reading list will be. issued at the beginning of the year.

EXAMINATION. Two 3-hour papers for Pass and Final Honours _candidates.

One additional 3-hour paper for Final Honours candidates only.



A course of two lectures per week for second and third terms with practical work to be arranged.

SvmлВus. (i) Engineering Economics. Output and life of equipment, de- preciation methods, elements of manufacturing costs, machine rates, economic selection of equipment, determination of the economic manufacturing lot.

Booкs. (a) Prescribed text-book:

Grant, E. L. Engineering Economy.

(b) Recommended for reference:

Bullinger, C. E. Engineering Economic Analysis.

Terborgh, G. Dynamic Equipment Policy. (McGraw-Hill.) Thuesen, H. G.—Engineering Economy. .

Grant and Norton.—Depreciation.

M.A.P.I. Replacement Manual. (Machinery & Allied Products Institute.) (ii) Cost Analysis and Accounting Control.

The nature, objectives, and procedures of accounting, cost accounting and cost control; job costing and process costing, theory and practice of accounting for manufacturing overhead; cost budgeting and control; cost reports; joint-product and by-product costing ; distribution cost; standard costs ; differential cost analysis; profit-volume relationships and break-even analysis.

Booкs. Recommended for reference:

Grant, E. L.—Basic Accounting and Cost Accounting. . Goldberg, L., and Hill, V. R. Elements of Accounting.

Edey, H. C. Business'Bndgets and Accounts. (Hutchinson.) EXAMINATION. One 3-hour paper.



(Professor Henderson) A course of one lecture per week throughout the year.

SцLLлвus. Lectures selected from the following subjects : History of industrial- ization, the management movement, principles of administration and management, fundamentals of organization, partnerships and companies, company balance sheets.

Works location and layout, style of buildings. Lighting, ventilation and heating.

Material handling ; stores and accessory departments ; planning a factory, flowsheets, plans, models. Planning and scheduling; costing and estimating; contracts. Motion and time study; wage and incentive systems. Management and productivity, creative thinking. Industrial arbitration and awards. Industrial hazards, planning of safety measures.

Bоoкs. (a) Prescribed text-books:

Spriegel, W. R., and Lansburgh, R. H. Industrial Management. (Wiley.) Metcalf, H. C., and Urwick, L. —Dynamic Administration.

Ashton, T. S.—The Industrial Revolution 1760-1830. (O.U.P.) Hutton, G.—We too can prosper. (Allen and Unwin.)

King, W. J—The Unwritten Laws of Engineering. (М.U.Р.) Williams, W.—Humau Relations. (М.U.Р.)

Partnership Act, 1958. (Victorian Government Printer.)

Notes and booklets supplied by the Department, for which a fee of f1 will be charged.


(b) Recommended for reference


Allcut, E. A.—Principles of Industrial Management. (Pitman.) . Alford, L. P. Principles of Industrial Management. (Ronald.)

Bethel, L. L., Atwater, F. G., Smith, G. H., and Stockman, H. A. .Industrial Organizatioň and Management. (McGraw-Hill.)

Puckey, W.—What is this Management? (Chapman and Hall.) Koepke, C. A. Plant Production Control. (Wiley.)

Publications of the Department of Labour and National Service.

The. Cотpanies Act, 1958. (Victorian Government Printer.) Labour and Industry Act, 1958. (Victorian Government Printer.) Blatt—Industrial Safety.

Heinrich, H. W.—Industrial Accident Prevention. (McGraw-Hill.) Williamson, G. W.—The Materials Handling Manual. (Elek.)

Koontz, M., and O'Donnell, C. Principles of Management. (McGraw-Hill.) Drucker, P. F.—The Practice of Management. (Heinemann.)

Osborn, A. F. Applied Imagination. (Scribners.) Barnes, R. M.—Motion and Time Study. (Wiley.)

Alford, L. P., and Bangs, J. R.—Production Handbook. (Ronald.)

Ireson, W. G., and Grant, E. L.—Handbook of Industrial Engineering and

Management. (Prentice Hall.)

Maynard, H. B.—Industrial Engineering Handbook. (McGraw-Hill.) Baalman, J.—Outline of Law in Australia. (Law Book Co.)

Charlesworth, J.—Mercantile Law. (Stevens.) EXAMINATION. One 3-hour paper, Pass standard only.