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It is expected that students will spend 2 to 3 hours, minimally, outside of the classroom/laboratory performing course related work such as readings, research, homework assignments, practica, studio work, and other academic work for every hour of instruction spent in the classroom/laboratory.
Prerequisite: ENGR 1000 or permission of instructor.
Through a unique multi-disciplinary approach, this course, a continuation of ENGR 1000 Introduction to Engineering Technology, introduces students to the combined use of technical writing (with an emphasis on standard usage), current hardware and software technology, and oral communications in the production of text, computer-generated documents, and oral presentations. The laboratory experience includes electronic and traditional research, application of the basic principles of technical writing, preparation and importation of text and graphics, and development of specification sheets, brochures, proposals, manuals, reports, and oral presentations. It also includes demonstration of the latest developments in hardware, software, advanced graphics, video, audio, and computer discs (CDs) relating to technical communications. (5 contact hours: 2 lecture, 3 lab) [Catalog Entry] ADDITIONAL FEES: $38.00
Prerequisite: CADT 1100 or permission of instructor.
This is a specialized course in which students will study the presentation of complex geometry according to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as written by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), document ASME Y14.5. Topics include surface characterization, fits, cumulative and non-cumulative dimensions, maximum material condition, coordinate tolerancing, use of datums, as well as tolerance of common geometric forms and positions. The course also introduces students to a coordinate measuring machine (CMM) as a means of applied measurement and part conformance.
(3 contact hours: 1 lecture, 2 lab) [Catalog Entry] ADDITIONAL FEES: $27.00
Prerequisite: MATH 1101 or MATH 1180, PHYS 1100 (may be taken concurrently).
This intermediate level course emphasizes the systematic application of equilibrium principles, commonly called statics, to parts and structures, including analysis of external forces as vectors, multi-force members, two dimensional trusses, three dimensional equilibrium, friction, and properties of cross sectional geometry. (3 contact hours) (TAG) [Catalog Entry]