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Unformatted text preview: Purdue University, School of IE, Fall 2009 IE 332 Computing in Industrial Engineering 1 Assignment No. 3 Due Date: Wednesday September 30, 2009 Topic: Computing, communication, and the Internet Reading: Chapter 5. Network Computing Chapter 6. e-Work, e-Business and e-Commerce Review: TG2 Computer software and TG4 Communication Networks (begin) Lab: Simulation with AutoMod (1) Knowledge Questions (know the answers/materials, but do not submit.) a. Complete this part by the due date of HW#4. Review Computer Software and Communication Networks class notes, TG2, and TG4 and know the answers to the 60 questions in the appendix below (T/F and multiple choices). b. Table TG4.1 (p. 390); Pg. 146: Questions 1, 2. c. Fig. 5.4 (p. 141); Pg. 156: Questions 1, 2, 3 d. Pg. 157 (bottom): Questions 1, 2. e. Pg. 392: Questions 1, 2, 3. f. Pg. 394: Questions 1, 2, 3. (2) Answer and submit your answers to the following questions (via BBV) a) (i) Differentiate between discovery, communication, and collaboration; (ii) illustrate each in the case of Burlington Coats. b) Pg. 144, Case 5.1: 1, 2; 3. What would you recommend as three IE applications of Web2.0? c) Pg. 151, Case 5.2: 1, 2. (3) Lab-based questions a) If the scale of your drawing is “1 inch : 15 feet”, what is the length and width of a 120’ x 90’ rectangle on the printout of your drawing? b) Describe how you will draw an 8’’ x 8” rectangle using three types of coordinates in AutoCAD: (i) Absolute; (ii) Relative; (iii) Polar. The lower left corner of the rectangle is (5, 10). c) What is the simplest way to connect the middle points of two lines in AutoCAD? d) Describe three methods used to create a solid model in AutoCAD. e) Describe three methods used to create 3D objects from 2D objects. Which methods have you used (or can you use) during Lab 2 to create which 3D objects? f) Among the six primitives Box, Cylinder, Cone, Sphere, Torus, and Wedge, (i) Which primitive(s) can be drawn using the “Extrude” tool? (ii) Which primitive(s) can be drawn using the “Revolve” tool? g) Illustrate an example of car design where (i) CAD, (ii) CAM, (iii) CAE, and (iv) RP (rapid prototyping) are applied; explain how and why they are applied. h) In PLM, in which stage is CAD/CAM/CAE/RP used? Why is interoperability important in PLM? Purdue University, School of IE, Fall 2009 IE 332 Computing in Industrial Engineering 2 Appendix The following “Know questions” are based, besides class notes, on TG2 (Software) and TG4 (Communication Networks), which you are asked to begin reading with this assignment of HW3. Knowledge of how to answer all these questions can begin right away and continue till no later than the due date of HW4....
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course IE 230 taught by Professor Xangi during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University.
- Spring '08
- Industrial Engineering