L01. Introduction, Course Outline, Design Methodology Approaches

L01. Introduction, Course Outline, Design Methodology Approaches

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1 EGR10. Fall 2008 Introduction to Engineering  “Problems Engineers Solved”  Course Instructors : Professor Linda Franzoni Room 305 Teer Email: [email protected] Professor David Needham Room 3391 CIEMAS Email: [email protected]
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2 L01: Course Overview, Design Methodology  Approaches, including the Template Example  “How did Engineers Solve the Pump Fluids  Problem?”
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3 Outline Part 1: Class Logistics and Overview Part 2: What is an ENGINEER? Part 3: Our Template Summary Presentation, How Did  Engineers Solve the  “move fluid from a lower potential  energy to a higher potential energy”  Problem? Part 4:  Our Pedagogy of Learning 
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4 The all-important question? This course poses the all-important question you need to be able to  answer if you want to become an engineer,  “What were the problems engineers solved?”    You will learn how to answer, yourself,   “How  did engineers solve the “X” Problem?”  
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5 “What were the problems engineers solved?”    “How  did engineers solve the “X” Problem?”   “stop you going through the windshield”, “sustainable engineering in land development”,   “integration of different power sources”  or  “divide and/or replicate data among multiple hard drives”    or indeed a whole host of other “X”s limited only by your imagination.  Hybrid Car Seatbelt RAID and Hard Drive Water Retention Pond a seatbelt, a water retention pond, a hybrid vehicle, and RAID and hard drive The answers are:
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6 Leaning Pedagogy called EDU-K E xperiment,  D iscover,  U ncover, -new  K nowledge learn best and most when you are interested and motivated.   new educational pedagogy --”student learning”, rather than  “professor teaching”.    Professors and staff engaged in EDU-K.   “facilitate your  learning” E Figure 1.3 . The EDU Figure 1.4 . EDU-K E U D K ure 1.3 . The EDU-K le, moving from eriment, Discovery, U-K B) Figure 1.3 . The EDU-K Cycle, moving from Experiment, Discovery, Uncovery leading to new Knowledge Figure 1.4 . EDU
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7 Content Framework of DESIGN Learning Pedagogy is only as good as the content framework you  hang it on.   Class is anchored in Engineering DESIGN Methodology.   It is this design scheme that you will learn to use to reverse  engineer a particular problem of interest to you
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8 The Purpose of this EGR10 Program is to…. focus students on looking more deeply into Engineering designs.  Establish a formal scheme to reverse engineer  any device, system  or process at hierarchical scales  gain new knowledge that integrates what you already know with  what you will find out for yourselves regarding the engineering of 
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