1 351, day 1 & intro_1

1 351, day 1 & intro_1 - ENME 351, Fall 2010...

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1 ENME 351, Fall 2010 Electronics and Instrumentation II Instructor: Dr. Elisabeth Smela Mechanics
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2 Where to Find Me Prof. Elisabeth Smela 2176 Martin Hall smela@umd.edu x5-5265 Office Hours Mondays, 11 am – 12 pm or by appointment Where to Find the TAs James Borrelli office: EGL M0101 phone: 5-5338 email: jborrell@mail.umd.edu office hours: Wednesdays 3 -4 pm, or by appointment Amir Eshaghi office: EGL 1173 phone: 301-202-7391 email: aeshaghi@umd.edu office hours: Thursdays 2-3 pm, or by appointment
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3 Some Ground Rules No Cheating Be familiar with the Honor Code. Book – not required Theory and Design for Mechanical Measurements , 4 th Ed. Wiley, 2006 ISBN 978-0-471-44593-7 Syllabus Posted on Blackboard Schedule Posted on Blackboard, subject to change throughout the semester. Homework (Weekly) Posted on Blackboard Announcements, Schedule Changes Posted on Blackboard Æ check several times a week. Assessment Exams (55%) 1 midterm (25%), final (30%) Homework (15%) Every week (~1% each). Graded for effort with 1 problem graded for correctness. Labs (20%) Lab participation & reports, 5 or 6 labs, required (4% or 3.3% each). Quizzes (10%) Every day at the start of class (~0.33% each). Lowest 2 grades will be dropped. Students receiving an A on both exams and an A average for the lab reports will receive an A in the course, even if they do poorly on quizzes and homework.
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4 Lectures Lectures will cover the material that students are expected to learn. The lecture notes will be posted on Blackboard, and students are encouraged to bring copies with them. Anything covered in the classroom, even if it is not on the posted lecture notes, may be included on the exams. Students have been assigned to discussion groups and their associated
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