Industrial Design Project (ME 495.6)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
ME 495 01 January 2017
 
ME 495 01 September 2016 Richard Retzlaff (primary instructor)
 
ME 495 01 January 2016

Description

The synthesis and design of mechanical engineering components and systems. Students work in groups as a design team on selected projects submitted by industry. Oral and written presentations are made by students during the term with a formal oral presentation and final written report at the end of the course. Evaluations of oral and written presentations are made by supervisors as well as other outside examiners. Lecture material covers design processes and methodologies as well as design aspects related to occupational health and safety. This material is augmented through seminars given by industrial design specialists based on their design experiences.

Prerequisite(s)

ME 329 and 81 credit units from (EN Four Year Common Core and ME Program Core).

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