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Unformatted text preview: Engineering Design Scoring Chart Engineering-ness Design-ness + + Note that we havent actually defined these terms in any rigorous way quite yet this exercise is supposed to help elicit from them their tacit beliefs so that they can construct their definitions. Theyll probably do figure skating judging and leave space for the supremely-engineered and supremely-designed. Feel free to skip depending on timing and the nature of your studio ; all of the examples will be posted online in week 2 so the students will see what they missed. Decide on the design-ness and engineering-ness of the various items you are shown and record the location on the chart below. Write small as there are many items to score. You will have little time to deliberate; go with your gut and then develop an explanation. A B C Arunium Manolo Blahnik ($3,145) Tire Sandals (cost of an old tire) Hurricane Teva ($40) Arguing that the Manolo Blahnik is not engineering is tricky because of the lack of a heel and the crazy stresses that a foot undergoes (not to mention materials issues). The Teva seems pretty straightforward, so ask about a knock-off (compare with Crocs and the numerous knockoffs)....
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2011 for the course ENGSCI ESC101 taught by Professor Irish during the Fall '08 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.
- Fall '08