MAE%201004_Lecture%2001%20Course%20organization_MAE%204-Spring%202011%20%5bCompatibility%20Mode%5d

MAE%201004_Lecture%2001%20Course%20organization_MAE%204-Spring%202011%20%5bCompatibility%20Mode%5d

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Unformatted text preview: MAE 1004 MAE 1004 Engineering Engineering Drawing & Computer Graphics Course organization Course organization 1/10/2011 Course outline handout (class lab exam Course outline handout (class, lab, exam schedule, schedule, grading policy, class policy, …) Questions and Answers about the class/lab th Student information sheet and if any student is willing to switch to Section 33 ll 1 Course Course Title MAE 1004 Engineering Drawing & Computer Graphics 00 Engineering Drawing Computer Graphics Course Learning Objectives Understanding of technical drawing principles in two two-dimension and three-dimension Integration of principle of technical drawing to present engineering designs of products Prepare students for communicating design intents through CAD (computer-aided design) (computersoftware package 2 3 MAE 1004: Manual drawings and CAD drawings/models 4 For lecture sessions in class (Sec. 10) Should have this book in one week No need to bring it to classroom For lab sessions in lab (Sec. 30-33) Should have this book in one week MUST bring it to lab (week 2 to 6) For lab sessions in lab (Sec. 30-33) Should have this book by week 7 MUST bring it to lab (week 7 to 15) 5 Any problems getting textbooks? Any problems getting textbooks? [GW bookstore or elsewhere] For lecture sessions in class (Sec. 10) Should have this book in one week No need to bring it to classroom For lab sessions in lab (Sec. 30-33) Should have this book in one week MUST bring it to lab (week 2 to 6) For lab sessions in lab (Sec. 30-33) Should have this book by week 7 MUST bring it to lab (week 7 to 15) 6 7 8 9 10 11 Topics of Discussion 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Grading Grading Policy Lab Exercises/Assignments CAD Exam #1 Exam CAD Exam #2 HWAssignments, Quizzes Quizzes MidMid-Term Exam Final Exam 10% 15% 15% 20% 15% 25% 25% Grade point average of the class Grades will be posted at Blackboard (MAE_1004). (MAE_1004). Also posted: lecture slides, course outline, HW assignments, and graph papers. 33 Computer Computer account If you do not have a SEAS computer account to use do AutoCAD and Pro/E in Engineering Design Lab (Tompkins (Tompkins 410) you should go to the Technical Assistant Office (Tompkins 401) to apply for a SEAS computer account 401) before your first lab session 34 Drawing/sketching instruments / You need the followings for manual drawing assignments assignments : pencils (lead grades: 2H, HB, and B) eraser ruler(s) (both units: inch and millimeter) folder (for handouts and HW assignments) graph paper (available at Blackboard) Please refer to Chapter 2 of the first textbook 35 36 You You need a flash/USB drive to store your CAD es. CAD files. Make Make sure you save (files) frequently in the lab and back up your files (in your flash drive and/or computer) 37 Lab Lab attendance Required – missing lab is a serious issue missing Go to your registered lab session Be punctual Follow the lab rules set by the TAs The lab sessions are designed for learning and practicing practicing CAD commands throughout each lab session and students are not allowed to leave early See Dr. Shen if you have any question about lab attendance, including the need to leave the lab including lab lab early 38 Class Class attendance Required Be punctual Asking questions in the classroom is encouraged but talking among students while the the lecture is being delivered is prohibited See Dr. Shen if you have any question about class class attendance 39 Late Late submission of homework assignment Late homework or lab assignment will not be accepted unless a legitimate not reason reason is [1] presented before or at the due time time and [2] accepted by Dr. Shen. Do homework assignment when it’s assigned and see Dr. Shen if you have question Do not copy other student’s homework assignments – one key to do well in this class ll thi Ask questions in the classroom and use Dr. Shen’s office office hours 40 Class/Lab cancellation due to weather or special event: call 202-994-5050 or visit the 202-994website at http://www.gwu.edu/~weather/ for htt GW GW operating status. Turn off the cell phone or set it to silent mode in in the classroom and in the lab lab Do not use your laptop computer in the laptop in classroom classroom 41 42 43 Stude Student Information Sheet Fill out Student Information Sheet – write clearly If your schedule allows you to take Section 33 (Friday 2:10(Friday 2:10-4:00 pm) or if you still need to get in or a specific lab section: ifi please specify in the ‘special note’ area at the bottom of the form talk with Dr. Shen before you leave the classroom today with Dr Shen before you leave the classroom today Next class: Wed.(Jan. 12) at 3:45 pm class Wed 12) at 3:45 pm Do we have lab session this week? Yes, go to your registered lab, be punctual. 44 ...
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