Capstone Design Project (CE 495.6)

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CE 495 01 January 2017
 
CE 495 01 September 2016 Mohamed Boulfiza , David Elwood , Ian Fleming , Kerry Mazurek , Kerry McPhedran , Emanuele Sacchi , Bradley Schmid , Haithem Soliman , Lisa Feldman (primary instructor)
 
CE 495 01 January 2016

Description

A final design course in which advanced principles of design are learned by application to a suitable civil engineering project. The course, which builds upon the foundation established in CE 295, focuses on approaches to be taken in defining complex problems (including the outlining of project objectives and scope), acquisition of suitable data resources, generation of alternative solutions, methods for selecting design alternatives and project implementation. Design philosophy and methods are discussed and explored in the context of the particular assignment given for the current year. The course requires that the students work in groups to achieve the desired outcome. Group interaction and performance is monitored throughout. Guest lectures from various industrial and other representatives will be provided to enhance the student's design experience.

Prerequisite(s)

CE 295.

Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s)

CE 420 and 6 credit units from (CE 400-499 or ENVE 481 or GEOE 475).

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