Krina Desai
ENGR Foundations 008
7 October 2016
801A
Table 1
Solar Cells Lab
Figure 1:
Power Curve Graph for a single solar cell:
Power Curve Graph for two solar cells in parallel:
Power
Graph for
cells in
Curve
two solar
series:
Photographs:
Table 1:
The
Krina Desai
801B
Engineering Foundations 034
1
23 September 2016
Electricity Lab(s)
Introduction
This lab designed to ensure the students learned the basics about creating circuits with capacitors and
resistor in parallel and series. The first part of the
Start of Lab Activity
Solar Energy providing Power
to a Fan
+
Solar Cell
_
+
Electric Load
(Propeller)
_
Solar Energy providing Power
to a Fan
Place solar cell and propeller
on steel plate as shown
Connect terminals on solar
cell to terminals on propell
ENED 1020: Engineering Foundations
Problem-Solving Activity
Names: Krina Desai, Naomi Heilman, Nick Newsome
Tower Optimization
Objective:
Your objective is to design and construct a free-standing tower, using only trusses, connectors,
and bolts provided f
Grading Rubric for Students Electricity
The purpose of this report is to teach students how to create proper tables and figures and then write a
technical discussion about the results. You are more than welcome to write a short intro paragraph or a
conclu
ENED 1020: Circuits Lab (Week 1)
Objectives
1. To learn the definitions, symbols, and units for current, voltage, and resistance.
2. To understand and apply the color code for resistors
3. To practice measuring resistance, voltage, and current
4. To verif
ENED 1020: Circuits Lab (Week 2)
Objectives
1. To practice measuring resistance, voltage, and current
2. To explore the properties of resistors connected in parallel
3. To verify experimentally Kirchhoffs Current Law
4. To observe the charging and dischar
Resistor
Nominal
Measured Calculated
Color Code Resistance Measured Current (I)(A) Voltage (V)
Measured
Voltage (V)
Power (W) P
=IxV
Brown Black
Gold Gold
1
1.1
0.0928
0.10208
Yellow
Purple Gold
Gold
4.7
5
0.0861
0.4305
0.421
0.0362481
Brown Black
Black G
Student name
Course and section
Date due
Room number
Table
Paper/Report Format Requirements
Introduction
The format of a paper/report can be as important as the content. This document lays out
how reports should be written in this course. I recommend you
Grading Rubric- Solar & Fuel Cells
The purpose of this report is to teach students how to create proper tables and figures and then write a
technical discussion about the results. You are more than welcome to write a short intro paragraph or a
concluding
VALUE ENGINEERING &
CONSTRUCTABILITY
LECTURE 11
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Scholarship Opportunity
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Over $30,000 awarded annually in scholarships from
$1000 to $5000/ea
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VALUE ENGINEERING &
CONSTRUCTABILITY
LECTURE 10
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Job Opportunities email me for more info:
cHc Fabricating
Kelchner, Inc.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Upcoming VE Schedule:
Tuesday, Nov. 24
Last lecture Lean Construction
Tuesday, Dec. 1
Final Presentations
VALUE ENGINEERING &
CONSTRUCTABILITY
LECTURE 7
TODAYS CLASS
Announcements:
OCA event Oct. 20
CM volunteer needed Thursday, Oct. 15
Go over Test 1 Results & Answers
(Very) short discussion of CM Capstone planning
Presentation Tips
Assignments:
Group sel
VALUE ENGINEERING &
CONSTRUCTABILITY
LECTURE 5
TODAYS CLASS
Review Homework #3
Lecture:
Review Estimating & Costing
Budgets & Costing applied to VE
Measuring & Quantifying Value
Constructability
Homework:
Constructability readings
Case Study Reports
E
VALUE ENGINEERING &
CONSTRUCTABILITY
LECTURE 2
ASSIGNMENT &
ANNOUNCEMENTS
ABC & ASC Competition Applications Open
TODAYS CLASS
Problem Solving and Working in Teams
S.A.V.E. Methodology
WHY ARE WE SPENDING TIME
ON THIS?
BREAK INTO GROUPS
AND DISCUSS:
Do We
VALUE ENGINEERING &
CONSTRUCTABILITY
LECTURE 3
TODAYS CLASS
Functional Analysis FAST Diagrams
Evaluation Phase Decision Making Tools/Methods
Value
Engineering
Value
Analysis
Value
Management
Value
Methodology
JOB PLAN
I. Pre-Study
II. Value-Study
III. Pos
VALUE ENGINEERING &
CONSTRUCTABILITY
LECTURE 6
TODAYS CLASS
Case Study Presentations
Review Lecture for Test 1
MIDTERM EXAM
Tuesday, Oct. 16
Covering topics through Lecture 5
About 60-70% multi-choice, short answer T/F, fill-in-theblank
About 30-40% calcu
VALUE ENGINEERING &
CONSTRUCTABILITY
LECTURE 4
TODAYS CLASS
Visit from Brady Hill, Helix Electric
Review Homework Assignments:
Review FAST Diagrams quiz
Review Decision Matrix homework
Todays Lecture Topics:
Cost Estimating and Cost Modeling in VE
Life Cy
VALUE ENGINEERING &
CONSTRUCTABILITY
LECTURE 1
WELCOME BACK!
Course Intro:
Attendance
Syllabus
Overview of Course
Lecture 1
Movement toward collaborative design and construction
Intro to Value
Assignment
MASTER BUILDER
(Renaissance)
The Rise of Profession
Sieve Analysis and Hydrometer Test
Preformed: January 21, 2016
Due: January 28, 2016
Introduction
The object of this lab was to find different grain sizes following particle size distribution . The
different grain sizes were found with two different metho
Atterberg Limits and Visual Analysis
Preformed: January 28, 2016
Due: February 4, 2016
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to be able to better understand the liquid and plastic
limits of a soil and to understand how to obtain them. These tests and t
Standard Proctor Test
Preformed: February 4, 2016
Due: February 11, 2016
Introduction
The purpose of this lab was to experimentally determine the optimal moisture
content through a soil compaction test called Proctor tests . Determining this moisture
cont
Heat Transfer and Designing a Thermoelectric Cooler-Introduction
In Week 2, you will use the Peltier device to study heat transfer and model a
thermoelectric cooler like those currently on the market for use in your automobile
on road trips (Figure 1). As
ENED 1020: Circuits Lab (Week 2)
Objectives
1. To practice measuring resistance, voltage, and current
2. To explore the properties of resistors connected in parallel
3. To verify experimentally Kirchhoffs Current Law
4. To observe the charging and dischar
ENED 1020: Bridges Lab (Week 1)
There are two main Activities to be performed during the week 1 Bridges Lab:
Activity 1: Calibrate load cells
Activity 2: Build a Warren Truss Bridge and acquire data using PASCO CAPSTONE software.
By completing these two a
ENED 1020: Circuits Lab (Week 1)
Objectives
1. To learn the definitions, symbols, and units for current, voltage, and resistance.
2. To understand and apply the color code for resistors
3. To practice measuring resistance, voltage, and current
4. To verif