EngE 1216:
Foundations of Engineering II
Instructor: Dr. Wm. Michael Butler
Meeting Time: W, 09:45 11:00 AM
Week 5 Meeting #2
September 22, 2015
Week 5 Objectives
Introduce Graphics Communication in Engineering
Design: Sketching
Prepare a concept protot
ENGE 1216 Assignment 2b
Problem Statement: The goal of this assignment is to see how wind turbines can be
applicable to our interest of study and to get us started in researching the aspects of wind
turbines to help prepare for our team project.
Part 1:
I
ENGE NOTES:
Memo Memos are typically 1 page with the following structure: To: From: Subject:
DateIntro, Results discussion and references.
Short Reports Short reports are typically 24 pages with the following structure:
Intro: procedure: results: discuss
ENGE 1216 Engineering Memo
Doc. No.: ENGE12168A (keep the text on this line as is)
To: Mike Ekoniak
From: Raghav Sawhney
Date: 03/24/2015
Re: MATLAB review
1. Brief Description:
The main aim of this assignment is to compare the temperatures of the days
MW 4pm
1a1/28/2015
Raghav Sawhney
The Engineering 1215 I took last fall provided me with one of the best academic experience I
have ever had. It was a totally unique class which followed a completely different approach
when compared to the other lectures
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N=length(B);
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Count=0;
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long1 = A(:,3)*3.14/180;
lat2 = A(:,4)*3.14/180;
long2 = A(:,5)*3.14/180;
time = A(:,1);
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ENGE 1216
Problem Statement: The goal of this homework assignment is to help students familiarize
themselves with the design process we will be working with for this course while also
providing other ways to implement ideas into our own paths we choose to
ROTATIONAL MOTION AND INTRODUCTION
TO FORCES
September 18th, 2015
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Announcements
Announcements
Review
Rotational Kinematics
Introduction to Forces
Newtons 2nd Law
FIRST EXAM
First Test is this Friday, September 25th
1
Time: 5
EngE 1216:
Foundations of Engineering II
Week 6 Meeting #1
September 29, 2015
Week 6 Objectives
Introduce Graphics Communication in Engineering
Design: Sketching & Engineering Drawings
Introduce Engineering Concept Evaluation and Selection
2
Agenda
Eng
MATH 2214 ASSIGNMENT SHEET
TEXTBOOK: Elementary Differential Equations, by W. Kohler and L. Johnson
It is recommended that graphical and numerical problems are solved using "Matlab for 2214,"
available from the course web site. Note that all problem numbe
MATH 2214 ASSIGNMENT SHEET
TEXTBOOK: Elementary Differential Equations, by W. Kohler and L. Johnson
It is recommended that graphical and numerical problems are solved using "Matlab for 2214,"
available from the course web site. Note that all problem numbe
Class Policy Sheet
Math 2214: Introduction to Differential Equations
CRN: 84532
Class Meeting Time and Place: MW 4:00pm5:15pm in WLH 340
Instructor: Serkan Gugercin, McBryde 442, phone: 2316549, email: gugercin@math.vt.edu
Office Hours: MR 10:00 11:00
Math 2214 CRN 84352
Serkan Gugercin
Midterm 1 Solutions
[1] For the time interval t = [0, 1], we have y 0 = 2. So, y(t) = 2t + C. Using y(0) = 1 = C, we obtain
y(t) = 2t + 1 for t = [0, 1]. Now using this solution, the initial condition for the second int
Physics 2305  Spring 2015
Practice Exam 1
This test has 20 questions
1
Constants and conversions:
g = 9.8 m/s2 (gravitational acceleration near Earths surface)
G = 6.671011 N m2 /kg2 (gravitational constant)
1 atm = 101 000 Pa (1 Pa = 1 N/m2 )
0 C = 273.
GRAVITY, FRICTION, ROTATED COORDINATE
SYSTEM
September 22nd, 2015
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Announcements
Announcements
Types of Forces  Gravity
Types of Forces  Normal Force
Types of Forces  Friction
Inclined Planes
FIRST EXAM
First Test is this
IDENTIFYING FORCES AND NEWTONS 2ND
LAW
February 11th, 2015
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Announcements
Announcements
Review
Newtons Second Law
FIRST EXAM
First Test is this Friday, September 25th
1
Time: 5:307:30 PM in HHN 130
2
You may bring an equatio
% By <Raghav Sawhney>, <ragsaw96> (<19282>)
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i=1; % this is the loop control variable
STARTIDX=0;
STOPIDX=0;
N=length(data);
p=1;
while i<N
if data(i)<=Threshold & data(i+1)>Threshold % This oc
YOU MUST HAVE PREAPPROVAL from the College of Engineering
Academic Deans office, 212 Hancock Hall, even if a course may show in
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING the Transfer Equivalency Database. DO NOT ASSUME A COURSE IS
Transfer Credit Request AUTOMATICALLY APPR
Introduce yourself
On the outside of your tent card print your preferred
name and your last name (with marker)
On the inside list (in pencil/pen)

Isaac
Your full name
Your hometown
Your desired engineering major (dont know is ok)
Whether you live on o
1
ENGE 1216 Final Study Guide
Watersheds:
2
Flowcharts
Serves as a picture of the approach used to solve the problem and as archival documentation of the
corresponding computer program
Programming language independent
3
User Defined Functions
Data File He
TR12:30
1B1/26/2017
Amanda Anderson
The Hunter Model presented by Martin Steinert of Stanford University offers a unique
approach to the design process many engineering students and engineering professionals
endure. Steinert discusses the importance of c
EngE 1215: Foundations of Engineering I
Data Acquisition, Analysis, and Representations & Control Systems
Week 4A Plotting and linear fits in MATLAB
Frith Lab
September 14, 2015
Week 4
Advising Tip of the Week
If you wish to meet with your academic adviso
EngE 1215: Foundations of Engineering I
Data Acquisition, Analysis, and Representations & Control
Systems
Week 5B: Working with Data and Mathematical Models
September 23, 2015
Graphing lets review
Read through the directions of the graphing
basics direct
EngE 1215: Foundations of Engineering I
Week 2A
Information Literacy
Product Archaeology: Excavation
September 1, 2015
Week 2
Advising Tips of the Week
How do I make an appointment with my advisor?
Appointments should be scheduled through the GE Advisin
EngE 1215: Foundations of Engineering I
Data Acquisition, Analysis, and Representations & Control
Systems
Week 5 Using empirical functions
September 22, 2015
Week 5
ADVISING TIP OF THE WEEK
If you wish to meet with your academic advisor you may schedule a
EngE 1215: Foundations of Engineering I
Week 3B
Data and Modeling:
Logarithmic Scales
Power and Exponential Functions
Method of Selected Points
September 9, 2015
Week 3
Advising Tip of the Week
If you wish to meet with your academic advisor you may schedu