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V. M. Dagala*, Z. A. Mshelia and A. B. Udin


Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) of propeller shaft via analysis of moment of structure represents a system of the shaft that helps students to know, understands, or stimulates a particular learning. As an instructional model, it was developed based on the items that were considered significant of the shaft items. Four out of nine items of the shaft were scrutinised through the SEM via the Analysis of Moment Of Structure (AMOS). It relied absolutely on the concept maps assessment test through which data was gathered and structured questionnaire developed by the researcher. The duo was believed suitable to determine students’ academic performance. Four of the propeller shaft items denoted as (PSH1, 3, 5 and 6) out of ten were considered most significant for the system are: PLS1 (outer shaft connection to the gearbox), PLS3 (Flange assembly), PLS5 (Inner and outer shaft housing assembly), and PLS6 (functions of yoke shaft). These were verified after thorough AMOS. The findings discovered that students’ academic performance after introducing the model for instruction was significantly improved. This article developed a prototype of propeller shaft for instruction in Automobile Engineering showing the most important items of the model as illustrated in a pictorial form Fig 1.

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