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Engineering H191 Engineering Fundamentals and Laboratory I. Lecture 01 Course Introduction . Autumn 2008. 1. 1. Engineering H191 Sections. 08845-7 LB MTWR 0730-0918A HI 0346 CROFT,F 08846-2 LB MTWR 0730-0918A HI 0206 DEMEL,J

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engineering h191 engineering fundamentals and laboratory i

Engineering H191Engineering Fundamentals and Laboratory I

Lecture 01

Course Introduction

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engineering h191 sections
Engineering H191 Sections
  • 08845-7 LB MTWR 0730-0918A HI 0346 CROFT,F
  • 08846-2 LB MTWR 0730-0918A HI 0206 DEMEL,J
  • 08848-3 LB MTWR 0930-1118A HI 0346 ABRAMS,L
  • 08849-9 LB MTWR 0930-1118A HI 0206 DEMEL,J
  • 08851-1 LB MTWR 0130-0318P HI 0346 CLINGAN,P
  • 08852-7 LB MTWR 0130-0318P HI 0206 FREULER,R
  • 08854-8 LB MTWR 0330-0518P HI 0346 CLINGAN,P
  • 08853-2 LB MTWR 0330-0518P HI 0206 FREULER,R

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objectives
Objectives
  • Become familiar with:
    • Instructional team and each other
    • Course sequence, organization, and content
    • H191 syllabus
    • Facilities
    • Office of Disability Services
    • Academic Misconduct Policy
  • Introduce:
    • Graphical communication
    • Orthographic projections and lettering

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engineering h191 introductions
Engineering H191 Introductions
  • Engineering Faculty for Autumn 2008
    • Lisa Abrams
    • Paul Clingan
    • Frank Croft
    • John Demel
    • Rick Freuler

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introductions
Introductions
  • Instructor:
    • Office:
    • E-mail:
    • Office ph:
    • Home ph:

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introductions1
Introductions
  • Who is this guy/gal anyway…

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introductions2
Introductions
  • Teaching Assistants

In the classroom –

In the Hands-on Lab –

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eng h19x course sequence
ENG H19X Course Sequence
  • Engineering Fundamentals and Laboratory I, II, and III
    • ENG H191 < This course
    • ENG H192
    • ENG H193

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eng h191 course content
ENG H191 Course Content
  • Engineering Graphics
    • Sketching
    • Computer Aided Design (CAD)
      • Autodesk Inventor 2008
      • AutoCAD 2008 (Not covered in class)
  • Hands-on Laboratory Exercises
  • Design Project

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eng h192 course content
ENG H192 Course Content
  • Problem solving and computer programming
    • Introduction to C/C++
    • Introduction to MATLAB
  • Hands-on Laboratory Exercises
  • Design Project

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eng h193 course content
ENG H193 Course Content
  • Design / build / test / compete
    • Small autonomous robot
    • Micro-/nano-tech "lab on a chip"
    • Possible Option 3 – Infrastructure, Civil Engr

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developing engineering skills
Developing Engineering Skills
  • Read engineering drawings
  • Sketch ideas using engineering drawing standards
  • Draw & model using CAD
  • Program in C/C++
  • Program in MATLAB
  • Program in LabVIEW

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developing engineering skills1
Developing Engineering Skills
  • Develop a visual and verbal engineering vocabulary through the hands-on labs
  • Plan, manage, and complete an engineering project
  • Design, build, test and take to competition a working prototype
  • Teamwork
  • Communications
    • Reports
    • Presentation

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self introductions
Self Introductions
  • Introduce yourself to the person beside you. Tell name, hometown, and favorite book or movie of the past year.
  • Introduce the person beside you to the persons across the table, including hometown and favorites.
  • Determine at least 2 things all of you at your table have in common, the present circumstances excepted.

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course syllabus
Course Syllabus
  • Check syllabus daily
  • Dates and times
    • Reading and drawing assignments
    • Lecture topics
    • Labs
    • Quizzes and exams
  • Contact information
  • Meeting locations

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course syllabus1
Course Syllabus
  • Policies
    • Grading
    • Lab Safety
    • Academic Misconduct
  • Instructional team roles
  • Do not lose it!

Attendance and participation are important!

Engineering is not a spectator sport.

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course objectives
Course Objectives

This Course Is Designed To Help You:

  • Understand engineering
  • Appreciate various disciplines
  • Experience the design process
  • Learn and practice fundamental skills
  • Learn graphics and computer applications
  • Develop study, teamwork, and communication skills

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course objectives1
Course Objectives

This Course Will Enable You To:

  • Prepare engineering drawings
  • Read engineering drawings
  • Improve your 3-D spatial visualization
  • Acquire basic skills in technical graphic communications
  • Experience some "hands-on" activities

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course organization
Course Organization
  • Course divided into two different segments
    • Lecture/Discussion on Graphics and CAD
    • Laboratory with "Hands-on" activities

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lecture discussion
Lecture/Discussion
  • Class begins with a presentation on the topics of the day
  • Students practice skills in class
  • Assignment for same or next day given
  • Assignment collected at beginning of class
  • Previous day’s assignment graded, returned
  • Note policies on late homework and collaboration

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graphics communications
Graphics Communications
  • Communication Systems
    • Spoken
    • Written
    • Mathematics
    • Graphics
  • Technical Graphics
    • Communicating
    • Solving Problems
    • Visualizing Objects
    • Conducting Analyses

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what you will learn
What You Will Learn
  • Visualization – think 3D thoughts 24 hours/day
  • Graphics Theory
  • Standards
  • Conventions
  • Tools
  • Applications

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hands on laboratory
Hands on Laboratory
  • Eight labs during Autumn quarter
  • Goals:
    • Provide exposure to a wide range of engineering disciplines
    • Develop effective teamwork skills
    • Learn to document an engineering lab experiment and prepare a formal written report
    • Build knowledge and skills needed for H193 design project
    • Build a technical vocabulary

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hands on laboratory1
Hands on Laboratory
  • Activities will include:
    • Understanding gears and sprockets
    • Working with AC and DC electricity
    • Analyzing traffic speeds and patterns
    • Investigating springs and levers and beams
    • Making a variety of size, temperature, voltage, current, and flow measurements
  • Next quarter – ride a bike, fire a rocket motor, and program a real world device

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electronic journals
Electronic Journals
  • Weekly electronic "journal" entry
  • You will receive a topic or questions during the week via email
  • You must respond via FEH website by 11:59pm Sunday to receive credit
  • First journal topic will be emailed to you next week; i.e., no journal this week

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electronic journals1
Electronic Journals
  • FEH staff will only receive the text of your response
  • Response will be anonymous, unless you put your name into body of message
  • Opportunity to impact quality and direction of FEH program in "real-time"
  • Constructive comments always welcome

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grading
Grading
  • Daily Assignments (55@0.4%) 22.0%
  • Lab Reports (8@2.5%) 18.0%
  • Midterm Exams (2@12%) 24.0%
  • Quizzes (5) 5.0%
  • Design Project 5.5%
  • Electronic Journals (10) 3.0%
  • Lab Quizzes & Practical Exam 5.0%
  • Final Exam 17.5%

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carmen
Carmen
  • Online course management tool that provides students a central location for course resources
  • Access: http://carmen.osu.edu and use OSU login information
  • 24 hour access to grades and course materials (check grades regularly)
  • Communication between instructional staff and student groups

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carmen1
Carmen
  • The Homepage
    • Syllabus and Daily Assignment List, Policies, and links to other pages
  • Course Tools Page
    • The online grade book, all assessment tools (Pre and Post Course Quizzes) plus other communication tools

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carmen2
Carmen
  • Course Materials Pages
    • Some course materials, helpful websites, and other supplemental materials
    • Note that class lecture presentations are available on the FEH web site and are usually not found on Carmen.
  • General: carmen@osu.edu, 688-HELP
  • The initial page of Carmen contains help information as well.

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course materials
Course Materials
  • H191 Bundle – (Wiley)
    • "Tools and Tactics of Design", by Dominick, et al.
    • "A Guide to Writing as an Engineer", by Beer, et al., 2nd Edition
  • "Autumn 2008 Engineering H191 Course Packet" by Demel and Poeppelman
    • Available only at Uniprint in Tuttle Park Place Garage retail spaces

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where is uniprint tuttle park place garage
Where is Uniprint / Tuttle Park Place Garage?

Tuttle Park Place Garage (Building 088)

Uniprint is in 1st floor shops of Tuttle Garage

Hitchcock Hall –”You are here” (Building 274)

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Course Materials
  • "Introduction to Inventor 2008 and AutoCAD 2008 Tutorials" (one book) by Randy Shih
  • "Technical Graphics", by Meyers, et al.
  • "The New Way Things Work" by Macauley (access only)

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course materials2
Course Materials
  • Scale: 6" combination decimal inches and millimeters [Fairgate F561 79-102]
  • Lead holder: 0.7mm [Staedtler 925 07 – 0.7mm HB lead]
  • Eraser: stick type [Staedtler-Mars 528 50]
    • Note: These 3 items are available in a single package at most of the bookstores. The package price for Autumn 2008 is $16.95.

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course materials3
Course Materials
  • USB Storage/Flash Drive Note: 3 GB storage space on network drive accessible by FTP (File Transfer Protocol) from outside of class provided by First-Year Engineering Program
  • 3-ring notebook(s) – for Inventor/AutoCAD, Technical Graphics, and H191 Drawing Packet

( Bring only what you need each day!)

  • Pad of green engineering problem paper

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policy for students with disabilities
Policy for Students with Disabilities
  • Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact their instructor as soon as possible.
  • Students will be encouraged to make use of the resources of the Office of Disability Services
    • 190 Pomerene Hall
    • 292-3307

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academic misconduct policy
Academic Misconduct Policy
  • The Code of Student Conduct defines Academic misconduct to include
    • violation of course rules,
    • providing or receiving information during quizzes or exams,
    • submitting plagiarized work,
    • falsification, fabrication, or dishonest in reporting research results.

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academic misconduct policy1
Academic Misconduct Policy
  • All cases of suspected misconduct will be reported to the University Committee on Misconduct.
  • Any students observing misconduct should report such to the course instructor.

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facilities overview
Facilities Overview
  • Classrooms (Hitchcock 206/324/346)
    • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point)
    • Autodesk Inventor 2008
    • AutoCAD 2008
    • MATLAB
    • C/C++
  • Laboratory (Hitchcock 208)
  • Computer Lab (Hitchcock 342)
    • Software same as classroom

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purdue spatial visualization test
Purdue Spatial Visualization Test
  • Purpose: Help professors understand students’ ability to visualize objects
  • Access through Carmen > Quizzes
  • You will have 20 minutes to take the test
  • Will take the test next week.

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for tomorrow
For Tomorrow
  • Read H191 Course Syllabus
  • Purchase
    • Books and supplies at a bookstore
    • Course Problem Packet at Uniprint
  • Read Technical Graphics(TG), Chapter 1
  • Read Introduction to Inventor and AutoCAD (INV), Chapters 1 and 2
  • Bring Course Problem Packet and Chapter 2 from the INV workbook text to our next class
  • Tomorrow – Sit where you would like to sit for the quarter, we will make seat assignments.

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