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Outline 1. Announcements 2. Course Evaluation 3. Assignment 2 4. Sustainability 5. LCA 6. What are engineers doing? 7. Eco-effectiveness Nov. 10 & 15, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 2
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Nov. 10 & 15, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 3
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ETB Tour Lots of spaces still available for tours of ET Pease sign-up on Avenue in Groups Nov. 10 & 15, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 4
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Exams Midterm exam will be available next week as a quiz on Avenue with answers, hints and explanations. Two final exams will be available later this month also as quizzes on Avenue. Proposal for computing exam mark: max(20% midterm + 30% final, 50% final) Nov. 10 & 15, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 5
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i>clicker Question Are you in favour of changing the way the exams are calculated in the final course mark? A. Strongly B. Mildly C. Neither in favour nor opposed D. Opposed E. Strongly opposed Nov. 10 & 15, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 6
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Interim Report Will be due in Tutorial 10. It will be treated as a draft of the final report without the cover letter, abstract, references, and appendices. Ignore pages 89 92 of the Tutorial Custom Courseware A new rubric will be posted on News . Nov. 10 & 15, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 7
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Nov. 10 & 15, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 8
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ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 9 A student volunteer (preferably an MES representative) is needed to administer the course evaluation. Nov. 10 & 15, 2010
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ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 10 No comments can be used if the student does not provide their name, student number and signature on the evaluation form. The evaluations are confidential, and authorship is NOT revealed. Nov. 10 & 15, 2010
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ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 11 1) Use HB black lead pencil only scan sheets done in ink are INVALID. 2) Fill in name, student number, and signature on scan sheet. 3) Mark answers heavily, filling the circle. 4) Erase cleanly any answer you wish to change. 5) Do not make any stray marks on the scan sheet. 6) Do no make any mark on the question sheet. 7) Do not fold the sheets in any way. Nov. 10 & 15, 2010
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Nov. 10 & 15, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 12
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Assignment 2 Material Assignment 2 is based on Sections 6.2 and 6.3 of the Engineering Design, 3e textbook. The assignment is worth 4% of the final grade. There will be questions from Chapter 6 on the final exam. Nov. 10 & 15, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 13
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Learning Objectives Understand the connection between users/stakeholders and math/engineering science Learn the definitions of design variable, degrees of freedom, design space, constraint, design variable, criteria, constraint, limiting constraint Apply the decision making process combining results from well-defined problems and user/stakeholder needs Nov. 10 & 15, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 14
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Definitions A design variable is a mathematical variable or selection that the design must choose. Once chosen it becomes a specification. Nov. 10 & 15, 2010 ENG 1P03 2010 Lecture 9 15
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Definitions A degree of freedom is another term for a design variable. Degrees of freedom refers to the number of available design variables in a problem.
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