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Streveler_Oct27%20%2810a%29%20v2 - ENGR 195 Transforming...

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ENGR 195 – Transforming Ideas to Innovation I Prof. Ruth Streveler Oct 27, 2009 Tuesday, September 8, 2009
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Sustainability in engineering design Week 10A Class Notes pp. 33-43 2 Due today: HW4 Statistics and EXCEL, with coversheet, stapled, ready to turn in at start of class
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Overview Reminders Comments on Exam 1 (common mistakes) Sustainability Triple Bottom Line Footprint Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) Systems Design Graedel Analysis McKinsey Curve Analysis 3
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Project 2 milestone due dates 4 Week Date Milestone 10B Oct 29 Report problem formulation 12B Nov 12 Revised problem formulation and report on innovation, decision-making 15B Dec 3 Final written report due Poster and presentation in class.
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Exam 1 Results 0 50 100 150 200 250 up to 40 40 - 45 45 - 50 50 - 55 55 - 60 60 - 65 65 - 70 70 - 75 75 - 80 80 - 85 85 - 90 90 - 95 95 - 100 Number of students in each range Exam 1 Grade, ENGR 195, Fall 2009
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Exam 1 Students with a exam grade of 65 or lower should see Dr. Streveler Available after class today Office hours tomorrow (Wed) are 1:00-2:30 Students with a grade of 59 or lower may want to consider dropping the class (deadline is tomorrow, Wed Oct 28) 6
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Exam 1 – common mistakes Posted to Blackboard as a separate slide set 7
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learning objectives understand why sustainable designs are part of good engineering define sustainability in two ways define the ideas of footprint, life cycle analysis, and systems design complete a Graedel analysis and justify calculation read a McKinsey curve 8
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What is sustainability? Gro Harlem Brundtland (1987): Sustainable development meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. 9
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What is sustainability? Intergenerational equity 10
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What is sustainability? Intergenerational equity Consumption rates that match biospheric production rates 11
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What is sustainability? Intergenerational equity Consumption rates that match biospheric production rates Consumption rates that do not exhaust resources for a definable timescale “far” in the future (like, 50 years – Graedel) 12
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What is sustainability? Triple bottom line
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