Lab: MATLAB and Modeling
Objectives
Learn to use MATLAB to perform mathematical calculations, define variables and arrays, import and
access data, and create 2D plots
Learn to create and use MATLAB scripts (m files)
Use MATLAB to curve fit data
Introducti
FSE100: Introduction to Engineering
(Fall 2015 M/Fri 9am/10:30am)
Solar Water Distiller
Prepared by
Team 3 / Mythical Beasts
James George
Taylor Hunter
Ali Al Mari
4 December 2015
Contributions
Team 3 consisted of 3 people: James George, Taylor Hunter, Al
Lab: Generator, Motor and Gears
Objectives:
1) Learn the basics of aerodynamics and use them to design wind turbines.
2) Learn about motor/generator operation.
3) Learn about gear ratios and observe how they affect the rotational speed and torque of a mot
FSE100: Introduction to Engineering
(Fall 2015 T/TH 10:30am/9am)
Title of Report
Prepared by
Team #/Name
FirstName LastName
FirstName LastName
FirstName LastName
FirstName LastName
21 September 2016
Contributions
Team # consisted of N people: member 1, me
CONTRATO DE
ARRENDAMIENTO
1 | Contrato de arrendamiento
FORMATO
CONTRATO DE ARRENDAMIENTO QUE SE CELEBRA ENTRE
_
(el ARRENDADOR)
Y
_
(el ARRENDATARIO)
Y
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(el FIADOR)
DE FECHA: _
2 | Contrato de arrendamiento
En _, siendo los _ das del mes de _ de _, se c
FSE100 Midterm ExamFall 2015
Instructor: Ryan Dougherty
Date: October 6, 2015
Answer the questions in the spaces provided on the question sheets. Be sure to read the questions
completely as some have multiple parts. A 100 is a perfect score, so all bonus
2
Short Answer
1. (9%) Using the diagram below, identify the steps of the Engineering Design Process.
Solution:
1. Identify and Define the Problem
6. Simulation
2. Research
7. Prototyping
3. Sketch Possible Solutions
4. Modeling
5. Analysis
8. Selection
9
FSE100 Introduction To Engineering Fall 2015
Final Exam Sample Questions
Abstract
Here are some sample questions that wont necessarily be asked on the final (it is possible they could
be), but are good to know.
Note
Cool questions are just for your though
FSE100 Introduction To Engineering Fall 2015
Final Exam Review
Abstract
You will be tested on all of the lecture material up to and including the final review: Engineering Design Process, Computers, Robots, Robot Programming and FSMs, Maze Algorithms, and
FSE100 Introduction To Engineering Fall 2015
Midterm Exam Review
Abstract
You will be tested on all of the lecture material up to and including the midterm review: Engineering
Design Process, Computers, and Robots. In each of the sections below, it is out
FSE100 Final ExamFall 2015
Instructor: Ryan Dougherty
Date: December 1, 2015
Answer the questions in the spaces provided on the question sheets. Be sure to read the questions completely as
some have multiple parts. A 100 is a perfect score, so all bonus q
FSE100 Final ExamFall 2015 (Solutions, Comments)
1. (13%) Using the diagram below, identify the steps of the Engineering Design Process. In addition, identify the
4 parts of the process that had outputs, and say what those outputs are:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6. S
FSE 100: Introduction to Engineering
Exam 1
Name _
Student ID (Last 4 digits) _
Total (100)
Short Answer (46 pts)
In the space provided please give a concise answer that conveys your understanding
FSE 100: Introduction to Engineering
Exam 1
Name _
Student ID (Last 4 digits) _
Total (100)
Short Answer (46 pts)
In the space provided please give a concise answer that conveys your understanding
FSE 100: Introduction to Engineering
Exam 1
Name _
Student ID (Last 4 digits) _
EXAM KEY
Total (100)
Short Answer (46 pts)
In the space provided please give a concise answer that conveys your underst
Introduction to EDP
The Steps of EDP
Final Thoughts
The Engineering Design Process
Michael Clough - Fall 2015
Arizona State University
FSE 100 Lecture
Michael Clough - Fall 2015
The Engineering Design Process
Introduction to EDP
The Steps of EDP
Final Tho
TONY the Maze-Solving
Robot
By Callahan Stormer, Noel Carneiro, Robert Chandler and Ashkon Javadi
The problem
We needed to build a robot that
could traverse this maze.
Background Research
We had to research how to make the robot move.
Maze-solving algorit
The peer reviews I received from others reflect the value of the work that we all put in. We have
already learned to work together as a group and found the roles that allow us to work most efficiently. I
believe that our division of chosen majors is an im
Callahan Stormer 25%
Robert Chandler 25%
Noel Carneiro 25%
Ashkon Javadi 25%
Functional Components
F1. Assemble multiple working Go-karts
Non-Functional Components
P1. Must meet projected yearly and monthly demand
P1. Operate twenty days per month; four h
FSE 100 Exam
Engineers build systems to solve problems.
A system is a collection of interconnected components that serve a function or purpose.
o Interface
o Specific behavior
o Structure
Engineering Design Process
o Gathering data helps to identify probl
Individual Report for the Assembly Line Lab
Each student must submit an individual report for the assembly line labs on Blackboard by the due date specified. You
can use the same diagrams and plots that you produced as a team in the lab, however you must
Assembly Line Lab
Robert Chandler
September 28, 2015
Group 4
Callahan Stormer
Noel Carneiro
Ashkon Javadi
Robert Chandler
Introduction
The project that was completed over three weeks of lab work was to design an assembly
line to create a go-cart. The purp
FSE100 Introduction To Engineering Fall 2015
Labs 11+12: Maze Competition Preparation
Maze Challenge
Your team must design, build and program an autonomous robot to traverse the maze from position 0 to
position 10 and then back to 0. The program must be a
FSE100 Introduction To Engineering Fall 2015
Lab 10: Finite-State Machines and Wall Following
Task 1: State Machine Diagram
Research Wall Following algorithms. You may start here:
http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maze_solving_algorithm
Build a robot with a Tou
FSE100 Introduction To Engineering Fall 2015
Lab 8
Abstract
The purpose of this lab is to get you to formally approach designing your sumo robot. It will be
another exercise of the Engineering Design Process on a small scale, similar to the assembly line
Lab 5: Introduction to Programming with
MATLAB and the Lego NXT Brick
Start MATLAB by opening the Start Menu-> All Programs, then MATLAB R2013a.
A window similar to this should show up:
The Command Window is the primary interface to MATLAB. It acts as a c