Unformatted text preview: 16.030/16.040 SP6 Grading Sheet – Spring 2004 Element
Elements of design proposal
Proposal justifies wing design choices re: surface
area, span, aspect ratio, and airfoil and provides a
persuasive argument for each choice. (1-2 pp.)
Weight of wing is calculated.
Proposal includes an engineering drawing that
shows planform, front view showing dihedral, and
side view showing twist. Shows cross section of
wing at root and tip. Indicated proposed materials
and manufacturing methods. Drawing is properly
labeled, integrated into text, and referred to.
Proposal justified tail design choice and provides
persuasive argument for each choice. Estimate of
location of neutral point is indicated. Maximum
tip deflection is calculated.
Proposal includes an engineering drawing of the
tail that is correctly labeled.
Proposal defines procedure that will
experimentally confirm estimate of neutral point
location. Communication skills
Document begins with short introduction that
provides brief context.
Ideas flow logically from sentence to sentence,
paragraph to paragraph, and section to section.
Language is used grammatically; punctuation is
correct; words are spelled correctly. 1 2 3 4 5 Comments 16.030/16.040 SP6 Grading Sheet – Spring 2004 Writing is concise, accurate, and organized.
Document preparation skills
Cover sheet; page numbers; labels on tables,
figures, and equations. Team:_________ Version: ______ Evaluators:__________________________________________ Grade:______________________ 16.030/16.040 SP6 Grading Sheet – Spring 2004 Performance Levels*
5 Exceptionally good Coverage and/or correctness of content demonstrates superior understanding of the subject matter, a
foundation of extensive knowledge, an ability to skillfully use concepts. 4 Good performance Coverage and/or correctness of content demonstrates a good understanding of the subject matter,
capability for use of the relevant concepts. 3 Adequate Coverage and/or correctness of content demonstrates adequate understanding of the relevant material, an
ability to apply the concepts in a relatively simple manner. * These performance levels are paraphrased from the definition of MIT grades given in the Bulletin and at
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- Fall '05