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FUNCTIONS Introduction to Professional Engineering Lecture 5
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LECTURE OUTLINE 1. Announcements 2. Functions 3. Design Example 4. Control Theory Oct. 13 & 18 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 5 2
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WHAT TO TAKE NOTES ON Functions : Definitions of function, means, level of abstraction, required/unwanted secondary function Types of functions Relationships between objective, function, requirement, constraint, metric, means Role of functions in engineering design Design Project Example : Should be able to reproduce the process The aim to solve a client problem, not a technical one Oct. 13 & 18 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 5 3
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ANNOUNCEMENTS Oct. 13 & 18 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 5 4
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THANKSGIVING DAY Monday, October 11 th What does it mean to lectures? C01: Postponed by a week. No extra lectures. C02: No effect. What does it mean to tutorials? T01, T02: Postponed by a week. No extra tutorials. T03, T04, T05, T06, T07, T08: No effect. Oct. 13 & 18 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 5 5
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MIDTERM EXAM On Tuesday, October 26 th from 7 PM to 9 PM. Room s will be announced on Avenue. On the Schedule on Avenue. Closed book. Multiple choice only. 30 to 40 questions. Covers lectures and scheduled readings. Lectures 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ,6. Scheduled readings associated with Tutorials 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 from the textbooks Engineering Design and Making Sense. Practice questions available on Avenue under Content . Oct. 13 & 18 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 5 6
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PROJECT IDEAS Reminders: The project idea will be the starting point for your project. You will deepen your understanding of the problem, search for solutions, and propose a refined design to the client. Make sure there is a client problem . Make sure there are users you could contact. You should have an idea that some kind or kinds of engineering could be used to solve the client’s problem . Must be an improvement from the client’s perspective . Doesn’t have to be novel or inventive. Oct. 13 & 18 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 5 7
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SCHEDULE READINGS Some errors on page 13 of the Tutorial Custom Courseware . Engineering Design Chapter 4 and Chapter 5 scheduled for Tutorial 7 will be moved up to Tutorial 4 and Tutorial 5, respectively. No chapters from Introduction to Professional Engineering Canada appear on Scheduled Readings .
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