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Title: MEN 122 - Graphics/Computers in Mechanical Engineering
Author: Ram Narasimhan

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XXX 111 - Introduction to Engineering I - 3 Credits
Fall 2014
(XXX stands for BME, CAE, EEN, IEN or MAE)
Course Description:

Textbooks:

Use of engineering tools for problem solving: Use of computer techniques for data acquisition,
analysis and presentation; software design and computer aided drafting. Development of design
skills through several design and building competitions. Introduction to Professional ethics and
intellectual property rights. Learn to use MATLAB, AutoCAD and learn to program in C++
Engineering Design Graphics
by James Leake & Jacob Borgerson
John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2013
Second Edition
ISBN : 9781118078884
MATLAB for Engineers
by Holly Moore
Pearson Prentice Hall, 2015
Fourth Edition
ISBN : 9781118078884
Engineering Problem Solving with C++
by Delores M. Etter & Jeanine A. Ingber
Prentice Hall, 2012
Third Edition
ISBN : 9780132492652

Coordinator:

R. Narasimhan, Research Asst. Professor of Professional Practice

Course Objective:

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
1.
Do simple data analysis using MATLAB
2.
Have the ability to draw and dimension engineering objects
3.
Understand the basic concepts of programming
4.
Have an appreciation for engineering ethics and intellectual property rights

Topics:

1.
Orientation to the University and Engineering. & Design Project I
2.
Engineering ethics & intellectual property rights
Using MATLAB:
3.
Introduction to Engineering, Problem Solving and MATLAB
4.
Graphing & Curve fitting
5.
Descriptive statistics & Interpolation
6.
Solving equations & Evaluating Integrals
Using AutoCAD:
7.
Sketching & Pictorial
8.
Orthographic Projections
9.
Dimensioning & Tolerancing
10.
Auxiliary views and sectioning
11.
Working drawings
Using C++:
12.
Problem Formulation & Representation in computer programming
13.
Algorithm Development
14.
Modular programming
15.
Two hands on projects

Class Schedule:

2 classes/week of 2 hours 40 minutes each

Professional Component:
Engineering Topics: 3 credits
Prepared by:

Ramarathnam Narasimhan

Design: 0.5 credits
Date:

8/14/14


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