Design-Engineering Workshops

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Friday Design
WorkShops
Hosted by Mr. Daniel Quigley
MS-Mathematics
BS-Materials Engineering
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Bruce Mayer, PE
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1-Workshop = 1-MiniQuiz
 Students Earn ExtraCredit in the Amount
of 1-MQ for Every WorkShop
• EC applies to ONLY-ONE ENGR Course
– e.g.; NO SIMULTANEOUS Credit for: 10,11,36,45
 WorkShop Logistics
• Meet Every Friday during the College-Term
– NO Meeting on F/22Aug14
• 12n-4p, Rm 1804
– Students must stay for at Least 90min
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Bruce Mayer, PE
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The Engineering Notebook
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What Is an Engineering Notebook?
Why Keep an Engineering Notebook?
Who Keeps an Engineering Notebook?
Contents
Engineering Notebook Sections
Standard Page Layout
Best Practices
Historical Examples
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Historical Example
 Howard Head (1914 – 1991) original design for an
over-sized tennis racket, 1974
 The larger racket more than doubled the sweet
spot of the traditional racket
Bruce Mayer, PE
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Courtesy of Smithsonian Institute: http://sil.si.exhibitions\doodles
The Engineering Design Process
1. Define the Problem
2. Generate Concepts
3. Develop a Solution
4. Construct and Test
a Prototype
5. Evaluate the
Solution
6. Present the
Solution
This design process was developed based on the University of
Maryland - College Park - IRB Research Project
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Bruce Mayer, PE
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Learn About Multi-View Drawing
 Especially
Useful for
Engineers
who Do
NOT take
ENGR22
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Bruce Mayer, PE
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Learn About Perspective Drawings
 VERY Useful for Sketch
• Design Conceptualization
• Meeting Communication
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Bruce Mayer, PE
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Design/Build/Test Model Bridge
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Bruce Mayer, PE
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Design & CAD-Model Toy Train
 Use AutoDesk Inventor 3D CAD
Modeling Software
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AutoDesk Inventor CAE
 Use Physics in the 3D
Modeling Program
 Example: Centroid vs.
CenterOfGravity (CG)
• Centriod → A 3D point
defining the Geometric
Center of a solid
• CG → Density
Weighted AVERAGE,
or the 3D Balance
Point for a Composite
Object
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Bruce Mayer, PE
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Learn Reverse Engineering
 Reverse Engineering
(RE) is the process of
taking something apart
and analyzing its
workings in detail,
usually with the
intention of
understanding its
structure, function,
and operation.
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Bruce Mayer, PE
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Model & Make Simple Machines
 Create real and 3D models For the 6
Classic “Simple” Machines
• Wheel & Axle
• Pulley
• Lever
• Inclined plane
• Wedge
• Screw
 Test them in real life and in the program!
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Take Cool Field Trips
 Russell City Energy Center
• Thermal-Electric Power-Plant
 Union Sanitary District
• Sewage TreatMent Plant
 Chabot Space and Science Center
• Lots of Fun
– Space-Science
– AstroPhysics
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Bruce Mayer, PE
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Instructor Recommendation
 Any Student
intending to Practice
DESIGN-Engineering
Should Take Mr.
Quigley’s Friday
WorkShops.
 Please note that
DESIGN is the
Pinnacle of
ENGINEERING
Practice
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