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ENGR 248, ME 250
216 Rogers Hall
Organization, planning, economics, and the use of creativity and optimization in solving mechanical design problems. Case studies and/or industrial design problems.
- 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
The student, upon successful completion of this course, will be able to:
- Apply Gantt Chart techniques to identify project deliverables and make a 10-week work plan for a small-scale engineering design team project.
- State and illustrate the quality function deployment (QFD) method by using QFD to define an open-ended engineering design problem.
- Generate and evaluate conceptual design solutions using functional analysis and prototype testing given a design problem definition.
- Produce a product that meets functional requirements.
- Produce a product with originality, regulatory, and aesthetic considerations.
- Perform as part of an engineering design team.