EGRE 101: Introduction to Engineering
Section Number: 02
Lecture Instructor: Dr. Cabral
Lab Instructor: Mr. Gulla
Laboratory Number/Title: Introduction to the NXT Robot
(Movement and Sensors)
Date Due: September 14, 2012
Students Name: Surbhi Kumar
Partne
EGRE 101 Introduction to Engineering
Fall 2012
EXAM #1
Name _
October 2, 2012
Time Limit 50 minutes
You may NOT use a calculator or any other materials on this exam.
Be sure to SHOW YOUR WORK to receive full credit.
On my honor, I have neither given nor r
EGRE 101: Introduction to Engineering
Section Number: 02
Lecture Instructor: Dr. Cabral
Lab Instructor: Mr. Gulla
Laboratory Number/Title: Lab #2; Movement and Sensors (using light
sensors)
Date Due: September 28, 2012
Students Name: Surbhi Kumar
Partners
Surbhi Kumar
EGRE 101 Homework #2
Section 2
EGRE 101 Homework #2 (Due 9/6/12)
1. Converting from Mass to Numbers of Moles and Atoms
a. The audience of this paper would be Chemistry 100 and Chemistry 101
undergraduate students needing help in understanding
EGRE 101 FALL 2012
LAB #1: MOVEMENT AND SENSORS
I.
OVERVIEW
OBJECTIVES:
The objective of this lab is to learn how to control the movement of the Lego Mindstorms NXT robot,
and incorporate sensors to provide feedback to the robot.
Through experimentation,
EGRE 101 Homework #2 (Due 9/6/12)
The following questions should be answered on engineering paper, white copy paper, or
lined notebook paper WITHOUT the perforated edge on it (no frilly stuff).
At the top of each page, you should have your Name, Assignmen
Surbhi Kumar
ENGRE 101 Homework #3
Section 2
Microsoft Excel
1. To do math in excel you must use: (c) an equal sign
2. To add a new column, click a cell in the column to the left of where you want the new
column: (b) false; to the left
3. To add a new row
EGRE 101 EE Handout #1 (Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff's Laws)
This material is taken from Circuits, by Ulaby and Maharbiz, ational Technology and Science Press (2010)
cfw_ ote: Eq 1.9 relates defines power as: p = i v
EGRE 101 Homework #1 (Due 8/30/12)
1. Complete and return the Getting to Know You document. Please print your answers
neatly, or type your answers. This will be handed in separately from the rest of
your homework. Do NOT staple it to the rest of your home
EGRE 101: Introduction to Engineering
Section Number: 02
Lecture Instructor: Dr. Cabral
Lab Instructor: Mr. Gulla
Laboratory Number/Title: Introduction to the NXT Robot
(Movement and Sensors) Part 2
Date Due: September 21, 2012
Students Name: Surbhi Kumar
Number notation, error, sig figs, and unit conversion
*read the PDF Engineering Math
Random error: errors result from a variety of sources

Random noise in electrical circuits
Inability to reproducibly read instruments
Systematic errors: result from a wr
Intro to Excel notes
Dollar signs in front of every value in equation = definite value (lock)
Ex: $a$2+$b$2
X = vx * t = vi cos (theta) * t
50 mph * 3 hrs
Y=vy*t (1/2) gt2
Y = visin(theta)*t (1/2)gt2
360 degrees = 2 pi radians
3 in/12 in = ft
90 degrees *
Statistics
Can be used for anything
Within engineering statistics are very important

Graphs

Relationships

Consistency
Histograms
Test products and see if it works
Average or mean

Estimate value most representative of population
Sum value of all po
Surbhi Kumar
Homework #5
Section02
Homework #5
1. Complete the following calculations, using the appropriate number of significant figures in
your answer. (used the calculator)
a. 39.4 x 3.4 133.9
b. (0.0123)*(18.543) 0.228
c. 18.543 + 0.0012354 0.023
d.
EGRE 101: Introduction to Engineering
Section Number: 02
Lecture Instructor: Dr. Cabral
Lab Instructor: Mr. Gulla
Laboratory Number/Title: Lab #4; Current and Voltage
Date Due: November 9, 2012
Students Name: Surbhi Kumar
Partners Names: Zach Clement
PLED
EGRE 101: Introduction to Engineering
Section Number: 02
Lecture Instructor: Professor. Cabral
Lab Instructor: Professor. Gulla
Laboratory Number/Title: Lab #; Introduction to Digital Logic
Design
Date Due: December 7, 2012
Students Name: Surbhi Kumar
Par
EGRE 101 Homework #10 (Due 11/6/12)
Homework should be submitted on engineering paper, white copy paper, or lined
notebook paper WITHOUT the perforated edge on it (no frilly stuff). At the top of
each page, you should have your Name, Assignment Number, an
Capacitance and Capacitors
One common method of creating a charge separation is to move charge Q from one
initially uncharged conductor to a second initially uncharged conductor, as seen below in
Figure 1. This results in charge +Q on one conductor and Q
Step 1
Step
4
Step 6
Calculated Current
5.04804 mA
Table 1
Measured Current
5.0041
% error
0.87%
Power
25.0205x10^3 W
Measured Current
2.5266 mA
Table 2
Series Circuit with 2 resistors
Measured R eq (with current)
Calculated R eq
1.9910409895
1.95113
% e
EGRE 101 Lab #6
Introduction to Digital Logic Design
The objective of this laboratory exercise is to provide you with an opportunity to
design and build a combinational logic circuit. You will work with binary numbers, and
provide an output that identifie
ENGR 101 Laboratory Report Grading Sheet
Laboratory 5: Diodes
Student Name: _
Date of Submission: _
Lab Day & Time: _
Name of Grader: _
REPORT:
SECTION
Objective
Circuit Diagram /
Schematics/
Equipment &
Material List
POINT BREAKDOWN
TOTAL POSSIBLE
POINTS
Resistor as DUT (step 2)
DC Power Supply Current (I) Voltage across DUT
0
0.0007
0
0.99
0.5223
0.5
2.01
0.0364
1.01
2.98
1.5301
1.49
4.01
2.0475
2
5.04
2.5700
2.52
Resistor as DUT (step 3)
DC Power Supply Current (I) Voltage across DUT
0
0.0004
0
0.99
0.
EE Handout #2 Diodes
Resistors, which we have studied previously, are linear devices. This means that plotting
the IV curve results in a straight line, as seen in Figure 1 below.
Voltage
Current
Figure 1 CurrentVoltage relationship for a resistor (linea