1050 MIDTERM - Science vs Engineering Science is new...

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Science vs Engineering - Science is new knowledge - Eng is applying new knowledge - Science by itself cannot solve any problems - Engineer: one who can practically, technically and creatively create solutions Challenges for Engineers - Open Endedness, broad spectrum design problems, more than one solution Engineering Design: designing is creating to satisfy a need Types of Design: 1. Selection design 2. Configuration design 3. Parametric design 4. Redesign design 5. Original design DESIGN PROCESS DO { Need recognition Problem definition Researching Generation of concepts* Evaluation of concepts* Prototype construction and testing Design communication } WHILE (ITERATIONS) Technologist - 3 year tech diploma Technician - 2 year college diploma, apprenticeship Professional Engineer - Creates practical solutions based on sound scientific principles - 4 year degree - supervises projects and people - Works on project-specific teams NEED TO BE LICENSED: - Self-regulating profession; Association of Professional Engineers 3 REASONS FOR LICENSING - Protect safety of public - Restrict unqualified, discipline negligent practitioners LICENSE REQUIRES UNDERGRAD DEGREE FROM A CEAB PROGRAM + 18 YEARS OLD + PASS PEO EXAM (PPE) + 48 MONTHS OF ACCETABLE ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE
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- Customers and customer satisfaction are the major drive of engineering design -
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