Students Mechanical Engineering (Summer 2016)

Mechanical Engineering (Summer 2016)

Students in Mechanical Engineering are required to take ME 4182 or GT 4823 to meet their Capstone Design Course requirements



Week Date Lecture Topic Weekly Deliverables
1 05/16/2016 Course Intro, Sponsored Projects and Team Formation Student-Faculty Q&A on project/Problem Statement Project Plan [More Details]
2 05/23/2016 1.) User Needs 2.) Ideation, Concept Generation, Design Process and Stakeholder Analysis, User Needs & Functions, Specifications [More Details]
3 05/30/2016 1.) Market Research/Prior Art Search, 2.) Industrial Design/Human Factors Ideation Report [More Details]
4 06/06/2016 1.) Risk, Liability, Codes & Standards, 2.) Mock up, Prototyping and Manufacturing Relevant codes, Standards and Risk Analysis [More Details]
5 06/13/2016 1.) Societal and Environmental Considerations, 2.) Analysis Feasibility Analyses and Preliminary CAD [More Details]
6 06/20/2016 No Lecture Mid-Term Presentations and Report Due June 22 (Report #2)
7 06/27/2016 1.)  Create-X, 2.)  Intellectual Property, 3.) Provisional Patent Filing CAD, Engineering Analyses, and Prototyping Update [More Details]
8 07/04/2016 No Lecture
9 07/11/2016 No Lecture
10 07/18/2016 No Lecture
11 07/25/2016 No Lecture Final Presentations
12 07/26/2016 Mini-Expo Final Report


*Individual section instructors have latitude on deliverables, timing, and grading. The preceding information is a set of general guidelines.

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