ENGR131_FA10_Purzer_5a

ENGR131_FA10_Purzer_5a - 5A Prof. Purzer & GTA Masaki...

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Prof. Purzer & GTA Masaki Kakoi Section 002 1 5A
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Please go to In-Class Activities _ Week 5 folder Complete the Milestone #1 survey 2
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System analysis 3
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Concept Generation Problem Scoping Project Criteria & Constraints Concept Reduction Concept Selection Refining Final Solution Problem Statement Evaluation of Solution Gathering Information, Communication, Modeling, Iteration Is the design process linear? What’s missing?
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supplier producer processing plant distribution center grocery store www.rprogress.org
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supplier producer processing plant distribution center grocery store fertilizers pesticides seeds machinery truck machinery truck machinery truck truck food waste freezer freezer freezer packaging www.rprogress.org
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10/27/2010 Purzer
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Fall Break M1: 4B Problem Scoping M2: 7B Criteria and Constraints M3: 9B Concept Generation M4: 11B Concept Reduction/Selection 15B: Final Report/Proposal EXAM 1: ELLT 116 Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM EXAM 2: ELLT 116 Monday, Nov. 1, 2010 6:30 to 7:30 PM Practical Exam: 15A Stats & Excel Sustainability Teamwork Constraints Diversity Design Data Analysis Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve in Honduras, a UNESCO World Heritage Site Thanksgiving Proposal writing
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Sample questions are on blackboard Exam Review & Office hours Regular Office Hours: I2I Lab, Mon-Thr (7-9pm) Exam Review with Dr. Oakes: EE 129 on Sunday, Sept. 26 (6-8pm) 9
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Realistic open-ended problems with direct and indirect users in need of a problem solution Require team of problem solvers Product is the process for solving the problem End product is a mathematical model that the direct user can use How are MEAs different than the design projects?
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A model is a system for interpreting, explaining, describing, thinking about …. another system. A mathematical model uses mathematics (e.g. geometry, statistics, logic, …) to interpret another system.
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1. Understanding the Context of the Problem / System to be Modeled 2. Express / Test / Revise a Working Model Express (develop the model) the procedure Test (evaluate the model) the procedure Revise (re-develop model) the procedure 3. Evaluate the Working Model 4. Document the Working Model
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Identify a system to be explained by a model Define the goals for the model What are the conditions of its performance? e.g. limits, precision Explore options for constructing model Gather information, make assumptions Build model and test for specific conditions Compare results of model with actual performance of a “system” Revise Model Accept Model for use as a Tool (under specific conditions) Anticipate and select which version of a model will be used Model predicts specific conditions Model does not predicts specific conditions or is incomplete
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You will need from Homework: MEA - Sports Equipment Part A Your method for determining the maximum number of hexagons that fit on a piece of 8 ½ in. x 11 in. paper Your answers to these questions: Who is the direct user of the deliverable your team is being asked to create?
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