ENGR131_FA10_purzer_class1b

ENGR131_FA10_purzer_class1b - 1B Prof Purzer GTA Masaki...

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Section 002 1 1B
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As you come in: 1. Take a tablet PC from the cart that corresponds to your table # 2. Power on, access Blackboard and wait for further instructions 3. Have your homework out on your desk for TA’s to collect
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Take a piece of paper and write down 10 words related to engineering that come to your mind when you look at the picture on the next slide . Individual Reflection
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Tuesday April 10, 2010 Oil flow rate: 62,000 barrels/day Exposition killed 11 platform workers, critical damage to marine life, fishing & tourism industry
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Engineering challenges regarding natural disasters Challenge Goal Prevention Minimize impact when it occurs First response Minimize treatment time Treatment Improve recovery time Restore Enhance full recovery Design for future sustainability Enhance system, minimize future impact
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Challenge Goal Prevention Design of oil gushers First response Minimize treatment time Treatment Improve recovery time Primary Treatment: skimmers, biological agents, sorbents Restore Enhance full recovery Secondary Treatment: soil treatment Design for future sustainability Enhance system, minimize future impact (oil eating or oil producing microbes)
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By the end of class today, you will be able to: Explore course resources (i.e. Blackboard, Software Remote, mapping network drive, etc.) Describe some differences between “novice” and “expert” design teams Compare and contrast interactions in effective and ineffective teams
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Innovative work space to help you ENGAGE ! Walls are whiteboards Six projectors controlled individually 2 ITaP printers (hallway and large storage area) Tablet PCs (one per student) for in-class use “Design bins” with sketch paper, sticky pads, etc. to help you document your design work A safe and respectful learning environment No food in the classroom or the studios No texting, facebook, email, etc. during class Printers for class use, not last-minute homework printing Treat people and equipment with respect
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Emergency: For ANY emergency, call 911. The phone in ARMS B061 is in the corner of the room by the podium, in ARMS B098 in the hallway by the printer Fire Alarm Evacuation Take keys, coat, purse and any critical personal items Proceed up the stairs. DO NOT USE THE ELEVATOR! Students meet at the emergency assembly area located in grass between Civil Engineering and Johnson Hall of Nursing Tornado Stay in the room, away from any glass
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KeyserverAuthentication Highlight “ TLTuser ” and replace with your career account login and password. Note
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