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1050 REVIEW - Review of lectures and studio activity - Key learning objectives - mid-year exam Engineering Design Process - problem definition - design objectives, constraints, and specifications - development, analysis and selection of solutions - problem solving, iteration and documentation Engineering Design Tools - fundamental of graphical communication - excel as a design tool The Engineering Profession - professional engineering in Canada - Engineering ethics and equity - Project management - Teamwork and professional meetings - Licensing - Professional engineers Ontario (PEO) Practical Elements of Engineering - Manufacturing and prototyping techniques Engineering Communication - Written communication - Oral communication Engineering Disciplines Design Project 1 – Creativity - Development of a complete problem definition for an open-ended design project - Generation of creative solutions - Evaluation and selection of concepts
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Unformatted text preview: -Basic prototype construcTon-Oral and wri²en communicaTon of design process and outcome Design Project 2 – IteraTon-Development of a preliminary design for a more closed design problem-±esTng of preliminary design and analysis of resulTng data-Improvement of design through iteraTon-ConstrucTon and tesTng of Fnal prototype-CommunicaTon of design process and outcome Design Notebook-A record of the design work done in studio-Re±ect upon what it contains when it is returned in January, and think about how to improve your team’s design process in the winter term EXAM-MulTple choice-QuesTons based on lecture material (except discipline-speciFc lectures)-Will cover key points from lectures related to speciFc learning objecTves for the course-Worth 10/200 towards your Fnal (5% of the 2.0 credit course),...
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