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MAE170-09 syllabus_first handout_Sep27_2010-2

MAE170-09 syllabus_first handout_Sep27_2010-2 - MAE 170...

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Faculty Prof. Farhat Beg 471, EBU-II 858-822-1266 MAE 170: Experimental Techniques Fall 2010 Prof. Renkun Chen 261, EBU-II 858-822-7980 [email protected] Office hours:Thursdays, 1-2:30 pm Technical Staff [email protected] Office hours: Tuesdays 3:30-5:00 pm Mike Watson 137 EBU-II [email protected] Teaching Assistants Rahul Kapadia Chad Loftis Kevin Mandich William Rudwall Nick Busan 137 EBU-II [email protected] e-mail [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Steve Roberts 137 EBU-II [email protected] office hours Wed., 1-2 pm, 273, EBU 2 Mon., 12-1 pm, 312, EBU 2 Fri., 2-3 pm, 126, EBU 2 Mon., 12-1 pm, 213, CMMR Unless otherwise noted, TA office hours will be held in the lab LabVIEW Lecture Specialist Chad Loftis Lab. TA sections ROOM 126 ROOM 312 Sections in( ) Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday (A01) Rahul 9:00-11:50 AM (A02) Will 1:00-3:50 (A03) Will 9:00-11:50 AM (A04) Will 1:00-3:50 PM (A05) Rahul 9:00-11:50 AM (A06) Kevin 1:00:30-3:50 PM (A07) Cancelled (A08) Rahul 8:00-10:50 AM (B01) Chad (B02) Chad (B03) Kevin (B07) Chad (B04) Byung (B05) Byung (B06) Byung 9:00 9:00-11:50 AM 9:00-11:50 AM 1:00-3:50 PM 9:00-11:50 AM 1:00-3:50 PM 9:00-11:50 AM 1:00-3:50 PM Lectures Peterson Hall 110 & 104 5:00 6:50 pm Labs Tuesday – Fridays, 126 EBU-II and 312 EBU -II
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Website Textbook Description Assignments Grading Midterm I = 8% Lab Practical final = 10% Midterm II exam =10% . http://mae170.ucsd.edu/ A.J. Wheeler and A.R. Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation, 2nd Ed., Prentice Hall, 2003. This is a recommended text, it is not mandatory. Two copies in the S&E library reserves. This class will teach the basics of data collection and analysis, using a number of laboratory instruments and computer-based data acquisition. National Instruments’ LabVIEW TM language will be used for data collection and processing. Treatment of uncertainty in experimental data and succinct, accurate presentation of results in written reports will be emphasized.
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