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Information
Credits: 4
Available Fall/WinterSpring/Summer
Lecture/Lab

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Prerequisites
ENGR 248, ME 250
Contact
Bryony DuPont
541.737.6462
216 Rogers Hall

Course Description

Organization, planning, economics, and the use of creativity and optimization in solving mechanical design problems. Case studies and/or industrial design problems.

Topics

  • Open-ended, team-based problem solving
  • Design problem appraisal and project planning
  • Concept generation/ evaluation
  • Product Generation/ evaluation
  • Design for manufacture and assembly
  • Sustainable assembly
  • Real world products
  • Development

Learning Outcomes

The student, upon successful completion of this course, will be able to:

  1. Apply Gantt Chart techniques to identify project deliverables and make a 10-week work plan for a small-scale engineering design team project.
  2. State and illustrate the quality function deployment (QFD) method by using QFD to define an open-ended engineering design problem.
  3. Generate and evaluate conceptual design solutions using functional analysis and prototype testing given a design problem definition.
  4. Produce a product that meets functional requirements.
  5. Produce a product with originality, regulatory, and aesthetic considerations.
  6. Perform as part of an engineering design team.