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This learning activity will be helpful for students learning about plastic deformation. Specifically, the exercise looks at plastic deformation in polyethylene, which is found in plastic sheets, bags and other common...
This learning module will help instructors explain composite materials specifically for engineers and technicians. Students will learn the structure and advantages of composite materials as well as the basic processing...
This learning module will introduce students to ISO 14001, which is a standard which serves as a framework assisting organizations in creating their own environmental management system. Students will learn how product...
This learning module looks at materials selection from an eco-efficiency point of view. Students will learn the underlying causes of unsustainable practices, research how energy is used to create products and begin to...
This document is a term paper assignment given as part of a course on electrical circuits, taught by Mack Moge at the University of Houston. The term paper project asks students to "investigate and collect data about...
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