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EPICS Learning Community

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EPICS Learning Community ENGR 19500

Mr. Theodora Marks
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Chell Nyquist

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Date Created: 09/19/15
ENGR 19500 Fall 2009 Final Exam Learning Objectives 0 not being reevaluated Course Basics 0 List at least two expectations of you in ENGR 19500 0 Be able to locate course information 0 Explain the elements of the Purdue University Academic Integrity definition 0 Describe ways in which study groups can and cannot be used on individual assignments to ensure academic honesty 0 not being reevaluated Teaming People 0 Name your professor 0 Name other members of your ENGR 19500 instructional team 0 List your team members names 0 Define quotteamquot 0 Explain why engineers work in teams and how diverse perspectives are critical for designproblem solving 0 List and describe three basic tools at your disposal to improve your team s effectiveness I Establish norms for your team develop a Code of Cooperation I Recognize the five stages of teaming development I List the team roles I Explain how to use team roles coordinator recorder timekeeper gatekeeper when working in teams 0 For common team challenges identify resources useful in promoting team success 0 Ohland Engineering and the Disciplines 0 Define quotengineeringquot 0 List compare and contrast at least 10 professional engineering schools at Purdue 0 Describe the relationship between problem definitions and problem solutions 0 Van Epps Information Gathering 0 Discuss three considerations for gathering information 0 List and apply three criteria for evaluating the trustworthiness of information resources 0 List and gather necessary elements of a citation 0 Cox Excel 0 Given an equation write an Excel formula to calculate the lefthand side from values stored in cells in Excel 0 Use absolute and relative references to simply formula creation 0 Compute data characteristics Descriptive Statistics 0 Create and interpret histograms 0 not being reevaluated Diversity 0 Explain the critical role of diverse people and perspectives in innovative design ENGR 19500 Fall 2009 Final Exam Learning Objectives 0 Ohland Design 0 List and describe the purpose of key aspects of the engineering design 0 Draw representations of design processes discussed in class 0 Identify and use intentional systematic methods to develop alternative solutions and engage in rich brainstorming 0 Use llprior art as an idea generation technique 0 Use tools and methods such as QFD to systematically compare multiple alternative solutions in meeting the needs of the clientuser 0 Examine a QFD quality function deployment comparing design alternatives critique the decisions made using this QFD o Madhavan Flowcharts 0 Develop a flowchart for a given process using correct visual representations symbols 0 Create models flow charts using conditional logic iteration and branching structures 0 Correct an inaccurate flow chart 0 Purzer Gantt charts Project Management 0 Create or interpret a Gantt chart to document a process with parallel sequential mixed structures 0 Develop a project management plan using visual eg flowchart and computer tools eg Excel 0 DiefesDux Feedback 0 Describe how feedback relates to engineering practice 0 Employ techniques for providing constructive feedback to peers and faculty 0 Respond to receiving feedback in a specific positive way 0 Brown Poster Design 0 Identify different audiences for a poster 0 Craft a compelling message 0 Develop an appropriate medium for your message 0 Assess sample good and bad designs and understand the grading rubric for your design project 0 DiefesDux and Ohland Statistics 0 Select and compute data characteristics for a data set I Mean median mode range variance and standard deviation I Justify your choice of a measure of central tendency and or variability 0 Take measurements using calipers 0 Discuss how to manage outliers o Interpret the shape of a distribution I Describe a normal bellshaped distribution 0 Apply the concept of Six Sigma to a simple example ENGR 19500 Fall 2009 Final Exam Learning Objectives 0 Pawley and Yin Sustainability 0 Understand why sustainable designs are part of good engineering 0 Define sustainability in two ways 0 Define the ideas of footprint life cycle analysis and systems design 0 Complete a Graedel analysis and justify calculation 0 Read a McKinsey curve 0 Dalrymple Morphological Analysis 0 Explain what Morphological Analysis is and how it fits into the Product Development and Concept Development Processes 0 Describe a Morphological Chart and identify the benefits and drawbacks of using it to generate design ideas 0 Apply various techniques to help you identify the overall function and subfunctions of a product s design 0 Given a set of functions to be performed by a product s design apply various techniques to help you identify a variety of means for accomplishing each function 0 Dalrymple and Yin Design for the Environment DfE 0 Describe the Design for the Environment DfE concept and how it reduces environmental impact 0 Explain how a CradletoCradle product lifecycle system and the 6R concept relates to DfE 6R Recover Recycle Reduce Redesign Remanufacture Reuse 0 Describe Remanufacturing and how it reduces environmental impact 0 Identify the DfE principles employed by Fujifilm in the production of their QuickSnap line of camera 0 Streveler UserCentered Design 0 Name and describe the stages of an interview 0 Interview a user to gather information that is important to the design process 0 Explain why user centered design is important 0 Identify methods for learning about the user 0 Articulate design constraints based on user needs 0 Brown Report Writing 0 Describe the structure of a traditional technical report 0 Describe the criteria of good reports 0 Given a complete report draft an executive summary 0 Given an executive summary improve the content and structure


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