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Senior Design Course ME 4972 P/ME 4973 P Thomas J. Barber University of Connecticut Senior Design Course ME 4972 P/ME 4973 P Thomas J. Barber University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Barber Contact Information UTEB Room 388 860 -486 -5342 office 860 -424 -0848 cell Barber Contact Information UTEB Room 388 860 -486 -5342 office 860 -424 -0848 cell [during daytime] 860 -521 -9001 home [until 11: 00 PM] [email protected] uconn. edu barbertj [email protected] net www. engr. uconn. edu/~barbertj ØLook for ME 4972 folder University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Background Personal history Accreditation Board for Engineering & Technology [ABET] survey - ABET reviewer Background Personal history Accreditation Board for Engineering & Technology [ABET] survey - ABET reviewer - UConn 6 -year review Oct 7 -9, 2007 - UConn next review 2013 Interested in class professional internship history University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Goal of Program I hear I forget I see I remember I do I Goal of Program I hear I forget I see I remember I do I understand Confucius c. 500 BC University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Goal of Program Open ended, capstone design project Ø Not a single class project Goal of Program Open ended, capstone design project Ø Not a single class project like MIT’s Mars rover Ø Not SAE or mini-Baja group effort Ø Learn to deal with customer / sponsor Ø May be hardest course, most time-consuming course ever taken - What is estimate of number of hours? - 3 x 10 hrs/wk x 30 + 3 x 40 = 1020 ½ myr Ø 6 of 25 in 2006 did not complete by May grades Ø Carlyle-Johnson problem 2004 -2005 University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Project Funding q Companies funding in grant [tax deductible] format Ø $7, 000 for Project Funding q Companies funding in grant [tax deductible] format Ø $7, 000 for single discipline project Ø $9, 000 for multidiscipline project Companies agree to pay for up to $2, 000 in materials charges extra [labor, parts, etc. ] Ø Project cost have been as low as $200 and as high as $30, 000. Where does grant money go? Ø Development funds for faculty advisors Ø Department costs, some salary, software, … University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Senior Design Course Hardest, most time-consuming course in curriculum Not all finish at end Senior Design Course Hardest, most time-consuming course in curriculum Not all finish at end of April 2006 -2006 class University of Connecticut 2007 -2008 class MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Supporting Companies Pratt&Whitney Hamilton Sundstrand Sikorsky Otis Electric Boat Habco Jacobs Vehicle Syst, Unilever Supporting Companies Pratt&Whitney Hamilton Sundstrand Sikorsky Otis Electric Boat Habco Jacobs Vehicle Syst, Unilever ASML Capewell University of Connecticut Westinghouse GKN Structures Pitney Bowes Wiremold Henkel Loctite Pioneer Aerospace MTU etc MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

How is Course Run? Academic element (mostly Mondays) Ø Invited and faculty lectures Team How is Course Run? Academic element (mostly Mondays) Ø Invited and faculty lectures Team meetings, orals, etc. Ø Weekly team meetings with team and advisor Ø Start by meeting advisor, then sponsor Ø Meet frequently with sponsor Ø Come prepared to meetings with progress sheet, email to advisor Ø Invited / faculty lectures Ø Exercises (limited), design notebook, design report Ø Shop training requirement Communicate electronically University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

How is Course Run? ● Weekly team meetings, orals, etc. ● Bring progress report How is Course Run? ● Weekly team meetings, orals, etc. ● Bring progress report sheet filled out ● Be prepared for each member to explain what he/she did during past week ● Be prepared for each member to explain what he/she will do in coming week [s] ● Mid term grading feedback ● Team 360 assessment University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

How is Course Run? Push for balanced program in all projects [if possible] - How is Course Run? Push for balanced program in all projects [if possible] - analysis, modeling, manufacturing/fabrication, testing in all projects. Develop skills needed in the industrial environment: - TEAMing, communication, brainstorming, risk analysis, developing metrics, - What is meant by communication? Oral…, written…, results…, plots… - Applying technical skills, meeting milestones - Software used: CAD, FEA, CFD, WM, Lab. VIEW, Team. Center Communicate self-learned skills to all other teams: - rapid-prototyping (SLA-SLS), motor sizing, etc. University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Course Organization I: Communication A. Communication Styles B. Written C. Oral D. Design Notebook Course Organization I: Communication A. Communication Styles B. Written C. Oral D. Design Notebook E. Graphical Tools F. Multimedia Tools II: Problem Analysis Tools A. Problem Solving B. Brainstorming C. Group Dynamics D. Benchmarking University of Connecticut III: Design Analysis Tools A. CAD B. Design Process C. Design for Experiment D. Standards IV: Side Issues A. Patents B. Intellectual Prop, Copywrite MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Criteria for Engineering Programs ABET Criterion 3 Outcomes (a) apply knowledge of mathematics, science, Criteria for Engineering Programs ABET Criterion 3 Outcomes (a) apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering (b) design and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data (c) design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability (d) function on multidisciplinary teams (e) identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems (f) understand professional and ethical responsibility (g) communicate effectively (h) understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context (i) recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning (j) knowledge of contemporary issues (k) use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Capstone Design Course Goals Professional Development Student Development 4. Idea Generation 5. Idea Evaluation Capstone Design Course Goals Professional Development Student Development 4. Idea Generation 5. Idea Evaluation Design 6. Idea Process. Refinement (iterative) 3. Problem Definition Team Success Project Success 2. Information Gathering 1. Recognition of Challenge 7. Implementation Solution Development University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Student Development Reflection Teamwork Team Formation Contract Revised Member Contributions Practices Revised Team Processes Student Development Reflection Teamwork Team Formation Contract Revised Member Contributions Practices Revised Team Processes Teamwork Team Synergies Achieved Professional Development Growth Development Planning Plan Review of Revised Practices Plan Implementation of Practices PD Achieved Time University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

How will you grow professionally this year? Technical Interpersonal Analyzing Information Solving Problems Designing How will you grow professionally this year? Technical Interpersonal Analyzing Information Solving Problems Designing Solutions Researching Questions Communicating Collaborating Relating Inclusively Leading Others Individual Practicing Self-Growth Being a High Achiever Adapting to Change Serving Professionally University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Course Elements - 1 Engineering a problem ØDesign to CAD ØAnalysis ØFabrication and Test Course Elements - 1 Engineering a problem ØDesign to CAD ØAnalysis ØFabrication and Test ØMeet specifications, satisfy constraints Develop teamwork, management & leadership capabilities ØLeadership is doing the right things ØManagement is doing things right University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Course Elements - 2 Develop communication skills Ø Oral, written Ø How to effectively Course Elements - 2 Develop communication skills Ø Oral, written Ø How to effectively communicate results Analysis levels Ø Back-of-the-envelope Preliminary design Detailed design [use or develop S/W] Ø All teams WILL use analysis software Design development levels Ø Sketch CAD Drawings Ø All teams WILL use CAD software University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Communication Socialization of new engineer at BCC [Stanford U. ] ØTechnical skills x Social Communication Socialization of new engineer at BCC [Stanford U. ] ØTechnical skills x Social skills = Performance ØMost new engineers learn from their coworkers [peers] University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Does This Plot Communicate Effectively? Minimum Height Required to Obtain Punch with Redesign Fixture Does This Plot Communicate Effectively? Minimum Height Required to Obtain Punch with Redesign Fixture University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Personal Information Fill out circulating sheet. Update or correct information neatly. Ø Have only Personal Information Fill out circulating sheet. Update or correct information neatly. Ø Have only professional email addresses Shop training Ø ALL students must pass shop training – safety course Ø Class cannot handle more than 20 at one time Ø Fall semester classes Ø There will be classes during January break Ø Peoplesoft signup ENGR University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Course Deliverables: Fall Semester Resume, job application letter Project statement Project references, theory, TOC, Course Deliverables: Fall Semester Resume, job application letter Project statement Project references, theory, TOC, … Oral presentations [2] Design report: advisor, instructor, sponsor Ø Define design report procedure Other responsibilities: Lecture class attendance, shop training, weekly team meetings, advisor-sponsor communication University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Oral Presentations 15 minutes per team > 8 hours Ø Break up into 2 Oral Presentations 15 minutes per team > 8 hours Ø Break up into 2 weeks or all in one week Ø Random order or by discipline Ø See other teams in second set of talks Ø Access to UTEB 150 1 hour before class Ø 2 -3 presenters All Students MUST attend presentations Ø Attendance WILL be taken at end of class Ø Poor attendance WILL affect final grade University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Design Report Process Report first to team faculty advisor Edited report to instructor [Barber] Design Report Process Report first to team faculty advisor Edited report to instructor [Barber] Edited report to team Revisions made to report by team Revised report [3 unbound copies]+edited report to instructor] Bound copy to sponsor University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Course Deliverables: Spring Semester Critical design review [CDR] Oral presentations [2] Design report: advisor, Course Deliverables: Spring Semester Critical design review [CDR] Oral presentations [2] Design report: advisor, instructor, sponsor Demonstration day presentation Sponsor on-site visit / presentation University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Current Events Design Topic Ford Explorer tires Technologies related to 9 -11 Homeland security Current Events Design Topic Ford Explorer tires Technologies related to 9 -11 Homeland security technologies Medical ethics: Guidant, … 2011 -2012: ? ? University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Important Attributes for a New Engineer Source: Arizona State students, faculty, industry representatives Computer Important Attributes for a New Engineer Source: Arizona State students, faculty, industry representatives Computer Literacy Math/Science Proficiency Communication Skills Technical Skills Open Mind / Positive Attitude Motivation to Continue Learning Problem Solving Business / Management Practices Ethics and Professionalism World Affairs And Cultures University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Important Attributes for a New Engineer University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Important Attributes for a New Engineer University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Important Attributes for a New Engineer University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Important Attributes for a New Engineer University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Important Attributes for a New Engineer University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Important Attributes for a New Engineer University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Important Attributes for a New Engineer PW Manager of Advanced Technology Passion Optimism Business Important Attributes for a New Engineer PW Manager of Advanced Technology Passion Optimism Business View Historic perspective Product knowledge University of Connecticut Action [vs. Watching] Teamwork / Collaborator Technical Competence Communication MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Important Attributes for a New Engineer What’s important to students does not agree with Important Attributes for a New Engineer What’s important to students does not agree with industry wants. Problem solving: Ø Ø ability to identify and define a problem, Break down large problem into series of smaller problems develop and evaluate alternative solutions, and effect one or more designs to solve a problem. Effectiveness in communicating ideas. Ethics and professionalism: personal maturity, initiative, poise, enthusiasm, appearance, and the ability to work with people. University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Web-Posted Files www. engr. uconn. edu/~barbertj/SDP ØSyllabus ØProject signup sheet ØProject list ØWeekly progress Web-Posted Files www. engr. uconn. edu/~barbertj/SDP ØSyllabus ØProject signup sheet ØProject list ØWeekly progress sheet ØOverview [This talk] ØTeam assessment form ØFaculty grading form ØMyers Briggs test [MBTI] [due 8/30] § Email four letter descriptor University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Web-Posted Files www. engr. uconn. edu/~barbertj/SDP ØResume talk ØJob application ØBrainstorming ØStatement talk ØStatement Web-Posted Files www. engr. uconn. edu/~barbertj/SDP ØResume talk ØJob application ØBrainstorming ØStatement talk ØStatement University of Connecticut [due 9/10] [due 9/19] [due 9/24] MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Shop Use and Safety Course This pass/fail course has no-credit and meets in Castleman Shop Use and Safety Course This pass/fail course has no-credit and meets in Castleman Building, machine shop. This course is prerequisite for Engineering Shop use. Students are required to wear long pants, closed sturdy shoes, short- sleeves shirt, have a 6” measuring scale and protective safety glasses. Primary objective of course is safety, some proficiency in machining, measuring techniques, welding, sheet metal work, and operation planning. University of Connecticut MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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