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Title: Engineering Design and Development Subject: EDD - Unit 1 - Lesson 1.1 - Beginning Course Elements Author: Dale Coalson, Gail Parsons Keywords – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Engineering Design and Development


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Engineering Design and Development
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Getting to Know You
  • Where you live
  • Future course of study
  • PLTW courses taken

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My Job
  • Course Guide Instructor
  • Provide Guidance for your Solutions
  • Future Contact

Teacher entered contact information
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The Big Picture
"Doing something for a reason without
forgetting the reason"
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( Available for College Credit through the
Rochester Institute of Technology)
PLTW Course Overview
EDD
12th
Engineering Design and Development (Senior
Project)
CIM
11th
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
12th
CEA
POE
Civil Engineering and Architecture
Principals of Engineering
DE Digital Electronics
10th
IED Introduction to Engineering Design
9th
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Important Learning Traits
Problem Solving
Computer Applications
Presentation Skills
College Preparation
Cross Curriculum Learning
Vocational Instruction
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A Road Map...to E.D.D.
Justified, well worded Problem Statement
NOTE A project can be started here as long as
justification for the solutions existence can be
supported. (Reverse Engineering)
All Current and Past Solutions
Solution 1 How well does it work? Why is it not
perfect? (Pros and Cons)
Solution 2 How well does it work? Why is it not
perfect? (Pros and Cons)
Solution ETC. How well does it work? Why is it
not perfect? (Pros and Cons)
Option 1 Improve an existing solution Option 2
Combine one or more solutions to increase the
overall success rate Option 3 Invent a new or
unique solution
Handout 1
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A Road Map... Continued
Justify the merit for attempting your solution
and Create a prototype of your idea
Define and Create an accurate means of testing
the prototype, simulation, process, mock-up or
plan
Evaluate the DATA
Significant Improvement?
Little or No Difference?
Failure
Present your findings and make a judgment on what
to do with the results
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An Explanation of each step...
Handout 2
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Getting E.D.D. Done
Rule of Thirds
Research Exploration
Design Construction
Testing, Documentation Presentation
  • Problem Selection
  • Topic Background
  • Problem Statement
  • Cited Justification
  • Past Present Solutions
  • Design Matrix
  • My Solution
  • My Solution Justification
  • Design Criteria
  • Design Parameters
  • Sketching Refinement
  • Mock-up Modeling
  • Technical Drawing
  • Procedure
  • Material List
  • Cost
  • Timeline
  • Tool Selection
  • Tool Safety
  • Building
  • Methods of Testing
  • Physical Testing
  • Re-Modify (if needed)
  • Re-test
  • Record Data
  • Determine Conclusion
  • Multi-media Display
  • Web Page
  • Research Paper

Handout 3
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Deciding the Right Solutions
  1. Modify an Existing Design
  2. Combine Design Features
  3. Innovation

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Project Examples
Group vs Individual Projects
  • Letting the Research Drive the Solution
  • Physical Device
  • Process

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Big Bird
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The Process
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Present
Build
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Removing Gaffiti From Brick
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Student Help
Wall Treatment Applied
Painting
Grid on Wall
Testing
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Simple But Effective Solutions
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Design
Rammed Earth Conduit Cutter
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Determining the form
Ili consults her experts
Model takes shape
Prototype construction
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Problem a fast method of clearing the air
passageway of a patient while in transit should
they become sick to their stomach.
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Solution a gurney bed that tilts in place while
in the ambulance.
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U.S. Patent Number 6,212,712
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Tennis Courts with Cooler Surface Temperatures
  • Giannina Robalino

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Orthographic Drawing
Right Side View
Top View
Front
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Piping System
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When the project is finished...
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Presentation Day
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Juried presentations.
  • Teachers and their classes
  • Evaluators
  • Administrators
  • Local Principal
  • District - Superintendent
  • Mentors
  • Parents Family
  • Press

35
Final Paper
  • Work with a Senior English Teacher on the format
    Grading
  • APA documentation style for
  • Citation
  • References
  • Created part by part during the school year.

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Web Pages Purpose
  • Creative
  • New format
  • Informative
  • Colorful
  • Great for Digital Portfolio

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Beyond the Classroom
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http//www.intel.com Do you think of volcanoes
when you think of science fair? Well think again.
The finalists at the Intel ISEF presented some of
the most interesting inventions ever from a
bionic arm to a low cost solar refrigerator.
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EDD Projects entered in the Engineering Division
of the local Science Fair 7 First Places, 1-
Overall winner that went on to place fourth
inthe INTEL International Science Fair
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E.D.D. Course Requirement
  • Participate in Researching, Designing and
    Building a Prototype Device
  • Co-create or participate in a
  • professional presentation of the solution
  • Multi-media visual aid
  • written report
  • functional web page
  • 3. Assemble a Group and Personal Portfolio
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