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View Resource The WSU Model for Engineering Mathematics Education

The traditional approach to engineering mathematics education begins with one year of freshman calculus as a prerequisite to subsequent core engineering courses. However, the inability of incoming students to successfully advance through the traditional freshman calculus sequence is a primary cause of attrition in engineering programs across the country. As a result, the WSU model seeks to...

View Resource Application of GD&T

Many students that take a Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) course complain that they lack confidence in applying the concepts learned. One reason is not enough opportunities during the course to practice with assemblies instead of the simple parts typically shown in introductory textbooks. The specification of GD&T controls on the skateboard is an exercise that demonstrates that many...

View Resource Strategies for Creative Problem Solving: Interactive Computer Modules

These Interactive Computer Modules (ICMs) are contained on the Strategies for Creative Problem Solving CD-ROM, but are also freely available to download from the website. The ICMs offer participatory problem solving activities for students, intended to supplement the text. The website also includes summary notes from each text chapter and sample problems.

View Resource California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards - Grades 7-12

The Manufacturing and Product Development sector provides a foundation in manufacturing processes and systems, including machine tool, welding, graphic communications, and graphic design, for secondary students in California. Students engage in an instructional program that integrates academic and technical preparation and focuses on career awareness, career exploration, and skill preparation in...

View Resource Applications of RFID Technology and Smart Parts in Manufacturing

In this paper, industrial and consumer applications of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) are explored. The state-of-the-art and development in RFID technology is reviewed. A currently operative smart parts based manufacturing system is described which uses RFID as the key technology. The role of RFID in the emerging Wireless Internet Manufacturing field is highlighted.

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