LETTER to Trevor Johnson - CMold

LETTER to Trevor Johnson - CMold - design project in the...

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July 17, 2011 Mr. Trevor Johnson C-Mold 9625 Ormsby Station Road Louisville, KY 40223 Dear Trevor, The purpose of this letter is to request a waiver for the software update and service fee of $1000. The software, C-Mold 97.1 was donated to our department for educational purposes. We have placed the order for two new computer systems that will dedicated to two courses being offered this fall and next spring semester at the University of Florida. The first course is Plastics Processing - EMA 4666C. The course is a senior undergraduate designation. The course involves three classroom lectures and two laboratory sections. The software will be used as an instructional aid in the classroom portion to provide students with the understanding of the critical parameters associated with polymer processing. There are typically 15 to 20 students. It is anticipated that the students will use C-Mold as a component of their assigned
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Unformatted text preview: design project in the classroom as well as two of the laboratory experiments. The second course is the Interdisciplinary Product & Process Design course EMA 4905 -IPPD. This course is inter departmental based in the College of Engineering. It has teams of senior undergraduate engineers that are given a particular project from a corporate sponsor. The students are required to develop a design and then evaluate its effectiveness. The software will be used to evaluate the feasiblity of using an injection molded part to improve a seal for a high performanced shield. Typically 5 to 6 engineering students are assigned per team and there are a total of 30 teams for this academic year. Thank again for your support and we look forward to implementation of these valuable programs at the University of Florida. Best regards, Anthony Brennan, Ph.D. Associate Professor...
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2011 for the course EMA 4666c taught by Professor Brennan during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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