Cal Poly Pomona ME 435L - Syllabus (5 pages)

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California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Course:
Me 435l - Theory and Design for Mechanical Measurement Laboratory

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THEORY AND DESIGN FOR MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS LABORATORY ME 435L Summer 2006 50887 Wednesday 3 5 50 PM Rm 17 1467 COURSE OUTLINE Performance of instrumentation and measurement techniques using a variety of laboratory experiences and activities Data collection reduction and synthesis Design methodology of a digital data acquisition measurement system Group collaboration and team working skill development Project and time management skill development Design of an experiment CO REREQUISITES ME 435 INSTRUCTOR Dr Kevin R Anderson Associate Professor Mechanical Engineering Department California State Polytechnic University Pomona Office 17 2631 909 869 2687 kranderson1 csupomona edu www csupomona edu kranderson1 OFFICE HOURS See web site for latest office hour postings LAB MANUAL Distributed first day of class in ME 435 notes package GRADING Lab Reports 4 15 each LabView Project 60 40 LAB REPORTS Groups collect and share common data each member of the group submits an individual writeup Typical length of individual report is 7 8 pages including figures tables and appendices Four experiments will be performed over the duration of the 10 week quarter by groups comprised of 2 members in some cases no more than 3 Data is collected w in a 3 hour lab module Each group member submits an INDIVIDUAL REPORT Individual reports are due exactly 1 week after day of data collection See your instructor to examine representative hardcopy examples of blue ribbon reports this will allow you to gain perspective on what is expected of you on the lab reports prior to submission for critical review Rewrite Policy Any individual may resubmit a lab write up a second time for critical evaluation after the lab has been graded and red lined and handed back to that individual The grade of the original submission and the rewrite will be averaged for the final write up score e g first submission F rewrite A average overall score C Rewrites are due 1 week after receipt of original red lined individual



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