032811_IE131_-_March_28_2011

032811_IE131_-_March_28_2011 - IE131 March 28, 2011 Index...

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1 IE131 – March 28, 2011 Index News etc. 1-2 From Forum 3-6 Manufacturing vocabulary 7-11
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2 In the News Auto Industry Disruptions Expected To Get Worse KY Students Design Solar-Powered Car Ford To Link Focus Electric To AT&T Wireless Network Nuclear Disaster Raises Robotics Questions In Japan Scientist at Work: Countering Radiation Fe
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3 From Forum Good questions - let's discuss: i) Once you enter industry it is highly likely you will be an engineer that needs to solve problems and communicate solutions - hardly anyone will even bother which field your degree happens to be in. You will be faced by any problems that the company and your team view as in need of solutions. In this environment you don't leave things to EE's or ME's etc. - they are all in the same cross-
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4 ii) That being said I wasn't suggesting that exact details, materials, dimensions etc. be put on the charts - but when something is being described and illustrated it is surely customary to mentioned whether it is chocolate, candy,
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This note was uploaded on 07/08/2011 for the course IE 131 taught by Professor Groover during the Spring '08 term at Lehigh University .

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