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BE 2350 Experimental Methods for Engineers Spring 2010 Credit hours: 3 ( 2 hours lecture; 3 hour. lab ) Location and Time: 103 Tureaud Hall; 8:10-9 AM T/Th; Lab M, T 1:40-4:30 140 Ag Metals Bldg. Description: Prerequisite: BE 2352. Introduction to experimental methods, technical report writing, and instrumentation for engineering applications; example measurement of temperature, pressure, stress and strain, in biological products; microprocessor data loggers, computer data acquisition systems, and GPS. Objectives: To understand basic experimental design, measurement, control, data acquisition and analysis. Hands-on work will include electronics and instrumentation, and the use, collection, and analysis of data from data-loggers, computers or microdevices. Instructor : Dr. Dorin Boldor, Rm. 175 E.B. Doran, Phone # 225-578-7762, E-mail: dboldor@lsu.edu; Office hours: T, Th: 9:00-10:00 am or by appointment. TA: Dr. Sundar Balasubramanian, Rm. 104 Ag Metals Bldg., Phone #225-578-
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