ENGR132_Class6B_Amanda_Knutson

ENGR132_Class6B_Amanda_Knutson - Welcome to ENGR132...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style ENGR132 Model-Eliciting Activity: Nano-roughness Section 006 & 021 Prof. Amanda Knutson and GTA Ben Ahn Class 6b Welcome to
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4/24/11 Announcements If you missed the exam with a valid excuse please contact Chell Nyquist TODAY!!! - he is scheduling a make up exam 22
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4/24/11 Results of Feedback Good mix of responses Will try very hard to discuss in-class activities before the end of each class (those not due for homework) Feel free to ask homework related questions when you are given time to work I won’t discuss homework problems with the whole class unless there is a particularly challenging topic – but you are always welcome to ask your own questions 33
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4/24/11 Successful completion of this course will enable you to: Develop a logical problem solving process which includes sequential structures, conditional structures, and repetition structures for fundamental engineering problems, Translate a written problem statement into a mathematical model , Solve fundamental engineering problems using computer tools, Perform basic file management tasks using an appropriate computer tool, Employ design and problem processes in modeling , problem solving and design work, Work effectively and ethically as a member of a technical team , Develop a work ethic appropriate for the engineering profession, Evaluate and provide feedback to improve solutions to engineering problems, Reflect on personal and team performance to achieve continuous improvement , and Demonstrate an ability to engage in continuing professional development. ENGR 13200 Learning Objectives… MEAs Cut Across!!! 44
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4/24/11 At the end of this MEA, you and your team will be able to employ a model development process to: Identify a user Identity the user’s needs from a problem statement in terms of a deliverable, criteria for success, and constraints Express, test, revise a mathematical model solution Produce and document a high quality mathematical model solution in terms of generalizability : share-ability, re-usability, and modifiability Modeling: Learning Objectives 55
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4/24/11 Mathematical Model Specific to the MEA and the mathematical concepts
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2011 for the course ENGR 132 taught by Professor Kutson during the Spring '11 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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