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ENGR131_FA10_Purzer_12ab

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/12/11 ENGR131 Transforming Ideas to Prof. Purzer & GTA Masaki Kakoi Section 002 11 12A

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2/12/11 Learning goals Professional Skills / Communication What is the structure of a traditional technical report? What are criteria of good reports? Given a complete report, draft an executive summary. Given an executive summary, improve the content and structure. 22
2/12/11 Rest of the semester… 33 Class Activity 12b Longest Bridge Design 13a Presentations 13b Practice Presentation Practical Exam Review 14a No class. Thanks giving 14b No class. Thanks giving 15a Exam 3: Practical Exam 15b Final Presentations 16a Course/ Project Debrief 16b No class

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2/12/11 Visual Representations 44
2/12/11 Chapter 13 is about how to control Excel Chapter 15 is about data design 55

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2/12/11 Designing Figures/Tables Points (markers) indicate collected data Lines / curves represent models (theoretical or empirical) Make it clear what you are showing – through axis labels, title, legend, and other text labels
2/12/11 Designing Figures/Tables Section 15.4.3 in text has good/bad examples of a figure. Exercise 13.7 (p. 238) is a dataset with two series, and includes instructions on adding the second data series. The figure on p. 240 does not follow all the figure design guidelines. Data in columns is more convenient.

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2/12/11 Exercise 13.7 Pg. 248) Work in pairs (15 minutes) We wish to create a graph showing the relationship of an ideal gas between pressure (P) and temperature (T). Assume the tank has a volume of 12 liters and is filled with nitrogen (formula N2, molecular weight=28g/ mole). Allow the initial temperature 88
2/12/11 Project report objective In a project report, your team is making a compelling argument (convincing your audience) about your claims (i.e. problem statement, best solution selected from alternatives, the effectiveness of chosen solution, etc.). To make a

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