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Microeconomic Principles
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by christina Said on Sunday October 2, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ECON 103 at George Mason University taught by Bennett in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Microeconomic Principles in Microeconomics at George Mason University.

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Date Created: 10/02/16
1ENGR107 Project Report Spring 2016 Team # CRN # Date Team Members[first initial and last name for eacPage ▯ of 5 ENGR107 Project Report Table of Contents Chapte Description Pages r 1 Problem Definition and Planning  List of problems encountered.  Problem definition of problem selected to solve   Problem discussion (Why this problem over others?)  Gantt chart to complete project  Scanned journals to PDF 2 Constraints (project, team, personal, etc.)  Users  Users' range of capabilities  Imposed by RFP  Team limitations  Individual team member limitations 3 Brainstorming  Typed list from brainstorming session including brief description of how SCAMPER was used  Isometric sketches for all ideas  Short list of 3 ideas with justification 4 Design Selection  Evaluation of 3 ideas, including decision matrix  Idea selected  Justification for selection 5 Initial Design  Parts list  Dimensioned orthographic drawings for modified parts  Analysis of how Tension, Compression, Bending, Torsion and Shear are present in the operation of the product  Discussion of what materials should be used in the final product  Designate part to printed 3D  Inventor Drawing  Orthographic dimensioned drawing generated by  Inventor  How does the design consider Universal Design  Principles? Include Universal Design Checklist here. 6 Preliminary Testing  Completed data sheet from test procedure  Photos of test setup and testing  Conclusions 7 Redesign Based on Preliminary Testing  Describe modifications made and reason for making them  Final dimensioned as-built drawings  Final parts list  Photographs of final product 8 Final Testing  Completed data sheet w/quantitative data  Observations w/qualitative data  Conclusions: Is your product successful? (Support with test data, observations and photographs 9 Final Analysis  What went wrong with your design?  Why did it go wrong? (Address each item)  How would you change this design to improve the product?  Discuss the Universal Design aspects of the final product? Appendices 1.Preliminary Test Procedure 2.Final Test Procedure 3.Group Meeting Reports 4. Team Contract 5. Scanned Journals (if applicable) Chapter One (write what you have to say here. Start each chapter on a new page. Insert chapter page numbers on the ToC with hyperlinks. Each chapter must have a heading for each ToC item. Once you start, erase these instructions from your report. See the Notes file for more detailed instructions)


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