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Title: INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING PROCESS I - Freshmen Year
Author: Ram Narasimhan

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INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I
FALL 2014
Instructors:

Algheshyan, Fahmy & Narasimhan

Description:

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++

Textbooks:
REQUIRED
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

Required Supplies:

A pad of engineering paper, ruler, pencil and a good eraser
Lab notebook

Grading:

Home Work/Class Work
3 Tests
2 Projects
Attendance

30%, (10%+10%+10%)
45%, (15%+15%+15%)
22%, (7%+15%)
3%

INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING I
FALL 2014
Home work/Class work Quality:
In addition to working on the computer, you will be doing some drawings/sketches on paper.
All drawings on paper are to be done with PENCIL only. NEATNESS counts. Do your work on
engineering paper only. Do each problem on a separate page. Write you name, date and problem
description at the top of each paper.

Important Dates:
Aug. 25, 2014
Sept. 04, 2014
Sept. 10, 2014
Oct. 27, 2014
Dec. 09, 2014
Dec. 11, 2014
Dec. 16, 2014
Dec. 17, 2014

Classes Begin
Last day for Registration or adding a class
Last day to drop a course without a `W'
Last day to drop a course
Classes End
Final Project for Section 59
Final Project for Sections 50, 51, 52, 53, 56, 57
Final Project for Sections 39

CLASS ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY.
You are allowed only 2 ABSECENCES for the whole SEMESTER
IF YOU HAVE MORE THAN TWO ABSECENCES YOUR ATTENDANCE
GRADE WILL BE 0
Your presence at the final project presentation is MANDATORY.
Other Information:
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If your assignment has multiple pages, please make sure that they are stapled together.
If you miss a class, then please collect the assignment sheets from the instructor (during
his/her office hours) before you come to the class or get it from Blackboard. Even if you are
(or you are going to be) absent from a class, the assignments are due a week from the day
they are assigned in class.
Do not use a pen for a drawing assignment. If you do, not credit will be given for that
assignment.

No Make-up Exam will be given except for an excused absence
Home Work is due a week from the day it is assigned


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