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Engineering Education EngE 1114, Spring 2008 Workshop Exploration of Engineering Design EngE 1114 - Week 7 Problem Identification: Generating Requirements & Functions
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Engineering Education Team Preparation for Product Dissection Lecture 3/17 and 3/19 Each team should purchase an electric toothbrush and bring it to lecture for the in-class dissection activity Also bring any necessary hand tools to disassemble the toothbrush in class (screw driver, pliers, etc) Team members need to sit together in lecture Do NOT dissect the tooth brush prior to lecture Many models available $5-25. Split costs amongst team members
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Engineering Education Objectives Gain more experience in: Identifying requirements Abstracting the crux of the design problem Enumerating functions Practice communicating your design ideas Begin identifying requirements & functions for your ROXIE project
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Engineering Education Today’s Exercise Your team will be given 1 of 2 design problems Your team must identify: requirements and constraints the crux of the design task functions Your team will present your findings with the class Final important note: Do NOT reveal the identity of your object to other teams
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