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EGR 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Constructive Engagement, Team Dynamics

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EGR 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Times Higher Education World University Rankings

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We can have a long list of objectives from our questioning of the client, but they aren"t particularly useful if they aren"t grouped and organized toge
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MSUEGR 100A L LFall

EGR 100 Chapter 8: Conceptual Design

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Once the design space is generated there is need to evaluating the designs and indentifying one design that satisfy the client"s specification. Design
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MSUEGR 100A L LFall

EGR 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Significant Figures, Decimal Mark, Scientific Notation

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12. 1 some mathematical habits of thought for design modeling: this chapter will focus on representing the behavior and function of real devices in mat
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MSUEGR 100A L LFall

EGR 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: List Of Fables Characters

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Chapter 11 communicating designs orally and in writing. There are basic elements of effective communication that apply to writing reports, giving oral
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MSUEGR 100A L LFall

EGR 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Reverse Engineering, Quality Function Deployment, A Black Box

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To understand basics of functionality and various types of function. Functions are those things a designed device or system is supposed to do. Function
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MSUEGR 100A L LFall

EGR 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Rapid Prototyping, Fused Filament Fabrication, Sintering

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To understand the terms prototypes", models" and proof of concept". To understand the distinction between a prototype and a model. To understand variou
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MSUEGR 100A L LFall

EGR 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Maintainability, Change Impact Analysis, Life-Cycle Assessment

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Chapter 14 design for production, use, and sustainability. Consider the two failure distributions shown in figure 14. 1. These two reliability probabil
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MSUEGR 100A L LFall

EGR 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Adobe Freehand, Vanishing Point, Machinist

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To understand basics of design drawing and its advantages. To understand the essential components of design drawings. Design drawing is the an importan
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MSUEGR 100A L LFall

EGR 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reverse Engineering, Functional Analysis, Literature Review

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Chapter 2: defining a design process and a case study. 2. 1: the design process as a process of questioning. The designer, when presented with a projec
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MSUEGR 100A L LFall

EGR 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: A Reminder, Satisficing

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A reminder: a constraint is a limit or restriction on what a design can or cannot do. Constraints are absolute and binary (yes or no). If the constrain
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MSUEGR 100A L LFall

EGR 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Project A, Functional Completeness, Project Management

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There are many, highly variable, situations in which an engineer would want to design some sort of product, but common to all these situations is a set
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