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Unformatted text preview: MIT OpenCourseWare http://ocw.mit.edu 2.00AJ / 16.00AJ Exploring Sea, Space, & Earth: Fundamentals of Engineering Design Spring 2009 For information about citing these materials or our Terms of Use, visit: http://ocw.mit.edu/terms . Rethinking the Design of Presentation Slides Michael Alley College of Engineering Virginia Tech Fillets reduce leading edge vortices in nature and in engineering Fillet on dorsal fin of shark Fillet on Seawolf submarine Fillet Fillet [Devenport et al., 1991] Source: Chapter 4 in Craft of Scientific Presentations An advantage of using slides is that audiences remember more when the slides are well-designed 10 20 30 40 50 60 Recall (%) Hear and See See Hear For a technical presentation, you should set high goals for the presentation slides Slides should help the audience during the talk Slides should serve as notes for the audience after the talk Slides should serve colleagues having to make the same talk Perfusion is the microscopic flow of blood through tissue Blood perfusion carries nutrients and waste regulates heat exchange has units of g/s/mL Perfusion is the microscopic flow of blood through tissue Blood perfusion carries nutrients and waste regulates heat exchange has units of g/s/mL Perfusion is the microscopic flow of blood through tissue Blood perfusion carries nutrients and waste regulates heat exchange has units of g/s/mL This presentation focuses on two common errors made in the design of slides Creating slides that no one reads PRIMARY CONCERNS - FIELD JOINT - HIGHEST CONCERN EROSION PENETRATION OF PRIMARY SEAL REQUIRES RELIABLE SECONDARY SEAL FOR PRESSURE INTEGRITY IGNITION TRANSIENT - (0-600 MS) (0-170 MS) HIGH PROBABILITY OF RELIABLE SECONDARY SEAL (170-330 MS) REDUCED PROBABILITY OF RELIABLE SECONDARY SEAL (330-600 MS) HIGH PROBABILITY OF NO SECONDARY SEAL CAPABILITY STEADY STATE - (600 MS - 2 MINUTES) IF EROSION PENETRATES PRIMARY O-RING SEAL - HIGH PROBABILITY OF NO SECONDARY SEAL CAPABILITY BENCH TESTING SHOWED O-RING NOT CAPABLE OF MAINTAINING CONTACT WITH METAL PARTS GAP OPERATING TO MEOP BENCH TESTING SHOWED CAPABILITY TO MAINTAIN O-RING CONTACT DURING INITIAL PHASE (0 - 170 MS) OF TRANSIENT Creating slides that no one remembers Presentation Outline Introduction Background Pre-Combustion Methods Coal switching Coal Cleaning Combustion Method Atmospheric Fluidized Bed Post-Combustion Methods Adsorption Absorption Conclusions Questions? N o t m e m o r a b l e N o t r e a d a b l e One common error is having a slide format that dissuades the audience from reading PRIMARY CONCERNS - FIELD JOINT - HIGHEST CONCERN EROSION PENETRATION OF PRIMARY SEAL REQUIRES RELIABLE SECONDARY SEAL FOR PRESSURE INTEGRITY IGNITION TRANSIENT - (0-600 MS) (0-170 MS) HIGH PROBABILITY OF RELIABLE SECONDARY SEAL (170-330 MS) REDUCED PROBABILITY OF RELIABLE SECONDARY SEAL (330-600 MS) HIGH PROBABILITY OF NO SECONDARY SEAL CAPABILITY...
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