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Introduction to Engineering

Engineering Misconception―IFrom: http://www.mos.org/eie/pdf/research/Pipeline EiE evaluation 0405 final.pdf

Engineering Misconception―IIWhich of these things are examples of technology?How do you know something is technology?From: http://www.ciese.org/eofnj/docs/ResearchEiE.pdf

Engineering Misconception―IIIPlumberElectrician

Engineering Misconception―IVCarpenterAuto Mechanic

Engineering Misconception―VTrain OperatorPrinting Press Operator

Engineering Misconception―VIPC TechnicianBuilding Supervisor/Handyman

Engineering Misconception―VIIWelderMachinist

Engineering Misconception―VIIITradeProfession

Science v/s Engineering Science:– Investigation, understanding, and discovery ofnature, its composition, and its behavior (i.e., “lawsof nature”)– Why– Build (experiments, tools, devices, etc.) to learn Engineering:– Manipulating the forces of nature to advancehumanity– How– Learn to build (products and services useful forhumans)

What is Engineering―I Engineering: Latin root, ingeniere, to design or todevise Engineering is design under constraint device, component, subsystem, system such asAirplaneHeart ValveEngineSkyscraperMicrocontrollerAir ConditionerProstheticsBridge

What is Engineering―II Successful engineering design improvesquality of life while working withintechnical, economic, business, societal,and ethical constraints. Technology: Outcome of engineering

Engineering Defined―I Profession in which knowledge of mathand natural sciences, gained by study,experience, and practice, is applied withjudgment to develop ways to use,economically, the materials and forces ofnature for the benefit of mankind.– Accreditation Board for Engineering andTechnology (ABET)

Engineering Defined―II Profession Math and natural sciences Knowledge acquired by study, experience, andprofessional practice Knowledge applied with judgment Attention must be paid to constraints (economic,materials, forces of nature) Benefit of mankind Not based solely on trial, error, intuition

Mechanical EngineeringMachinery, Production, ManufacturingMachines & MechanismManufacturing

Mechanical EngineeringAnalysis & DesignAerodynamic Design of VehiclesCompute Aided Analysis & Design

Mechanical EngineeringEnergyWind EnergyFuel Cell

Mechanical EngineeringAir & SpaceUAVSpace Shuttle

Mechanical EngineeringSystemsUtilitiesRobotics

Civil EngineeringAnalysis & DesignFoundationStructural Analysis

Civil EngineeringConstructionBridgeTunnelSkyscraper

Civil EngineeringEnvironmentalWater Treatment

Civil EngineeringSystemsTransportationUtilities

Electrical EngineeringElectricity

Electrical EngineeringElectrical & Electronic Circuits

Electrical EngineeringMotors & GeneratorsMotorGenerator

Electrical EngineeringInstrumentsOscilloscopePower SupplyMeasurement

Electrical EngineeringRadar

Electrical EngineeringCommunication & NetworksCommunicationNetwork

Engineering Majors l reStructuralSystemsTextileTissue

What Engineers Do―I Research: Advance fieldDevelopment: Lab to marketTesting: Verify integrity, reliability, qualityDesign: Develop specs for manufacturing,construction, etc. Analysis: Use math models to aid in R&D Systems: Integrate components to producefunctioning product Manufacturing: Developplants and process to make products Construction: Build

What Engineers Do―II Facility/Plant OperationMaintenanceTechnical SupportCustomer SupportSalesConsultingManagementOthers

Why Engineering in K-12 Real-world engineering applications andexamples concretize complex math andscience concepts Students are engaged in experiential learning Students’ creativity is challenged, developed,and enhanced Students’ soft skills in communication andteam-work are developed Students are better equipped for college-levelwork and can become active participants in anincreasingly technological society

Mechanical Engineering Aerodynamic Design of Vehicles Compute Aided Analysis & Design Analysis & Design. Mechanical Engineering Wind Energy Fuel Cell Energy. Mechanical Engineering UAV Space Shuttle Air & Space. Mechanical Engineering Robotics Utilities Systems. Civil Engineering Foundation Structural Analysis Analysis & Design. Civil Engineering Bridge Skyscraper Tunnel Construction . Civil ...