Off Highway Equipment Design (ME 494.2)

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Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
ME 494 01 January 2017 Unknown Unknown
ME 494 01 September 2016 Scott Noble


This class involves the design, construction and testing of an off highway prototype. Students will gain experience in working with a design group, machine design, setting design constraints, component testing, fabrication, machine performance testing, design report preparation and business management. Students taking this course for credit will be required to assume responsibility for one aspect of the machine and prepare all design documentation, operating and safety procedures and component testing reports. Students are also required to be liaisons with industrial suppliers and sponsors of the program. Graphics design software is used extensively.


ABE 475 and BLE 475

Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s)

BLE 495, ME 495 or EE 495.


Students with credit for ABE 475 or BLE 475 will not receive credit for this course.

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