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Streveler_Nov05_11B0

Streveler_Nov05_11B0 - ENGR 195 Class 11B Design for the...

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© 2008 by Collaboratory for the Study of Engineering Thinking ENGR 195, Class 11B: Design for the Environment – Single Use Cameras As you come in, please place the following assignments in the middle of your table: CCCD Assignment Homework 5 Diversity Presentation "make-up" assignment 1
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© 2008 by Collaboratory for the Study of Engineering Thinking Announcement Homework 4, Problem 3: If your Excel printout shows your displacement equation and you lost points in this part, please return your homework to me by next Tuesday and I will look at them. 2
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© 2008 by Collaboratory for the Study of Engineering Thinking M1 Feedback 1. Description of Traffic Intersection Intersection address Pictures/sketches of intersection aid written description Details: describe traffic lights and crosswalks 2. Problem Statement Be very specific, what problem are you going to solve? 3. Key Stakeholders 3
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© 2008 by Collaboratory for the Study of Engineering Thinking M1 Feedback (continued) 7. Organization Have all section titles required Team #, Team member names inside document 8. Style Consider using bulleted lists (or tables) if appropriate  increases readability 9. Readability 10. Figures and Tables Figure captions 4
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© 2008 by Collaboratory for the Study of Engineering Thinking Fujifilm QuickSnap Case Study Design for Environment 5
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© 2008 by Collaboratory for the Study of Engineering Thinking At the end of this class you will be able to : 6
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© 2008 by Collaboratory for the Study of Engineering Thinking Products impact the environment throughout their entire life-cycle Raw material extraction and processing Manufacturing Packaging and Distribution Product Use End of their life Life cycle stages of a typical product and associated environmental impacts Raw material extraction and processing Manufacturing Packaging and Distribution Product use End-of- Life 7
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© 2008 by Collaboratory for the Study of Engineering Thinking Minimizing Environmental Impact There are many ways to minimize a product's environmental impact Greatest opportunity occurs during the product design phase Design for Environment (DfE)
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