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Greening the Supply Chain: Development of a Computer Game to Teach Environmentally Benign Manufacturing
Over the past decade, both massively multiplayer games and simulation games have reached new levels of sophistication and retained enormous mainstream audiences. Developments in digital technology allow new...
Outcomes Assessment in a Hands-On Manufacturing Processes Course
Industry has consistently identified lack of experience in manufacturing processes as one of the key competency gaps among new engineering graduates. This paper will discuss a laboratory based Manufacturing Processes...
A Two-Project Sequence for Learning FEM, CAD and Manufacturing Skills
For biomedical engineering (BME) graduates to be effective contributors to the field, BME students should be introduced to the use of a variety of modern engineering tools in their undergraduate curriculum. ABET...
Teaching Applied Measuring Methods Using GD&T
Products are generally specified using the American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1994 standard Y 14.5M on Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, commonly known as GD&T. Engineering technology graduates who work in...
Successfully Teaching Supply Chain Management Content in a Technical Curriculum
This paper explains how supply chain management is being taught at the graduate and undergraduate levels in engineering and technology programs. It overviews the objectives, content areas, teaching methodologies and...
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