Ferrous- high weight/ lower conductivity/ easily corrodible/ magnetic Non Ferrous- malleable/ high conductivity
How to make an oral presentation?
Practice Don't read from slides Speak to the audience
How to interpret aspects and/or types of engineering drawings and plans?
Orthographic drawings Dimensions/ line drawings
How to express data in tables, graphs, and charts?
Bar graph- qualitative Histogram- Quantitative
How to contribute to a team project?
Communication Common goal, vision Find a good team
How to follow appropriate personal safety procedures?
Need to know and learn safety rules
What role of OSHA is in the technical workplace?
Occupational safety + help admin Ensure safety standards are followed through
How to use appropriate safety equipment?
Eye and ear protection Safety shoes Masks Hazardous material storage
How electrical safety decries function?
Circuit breaker- to switch circuit off, surge protector, when it gets excess/ it converse excess to ground
How to solve problems using vectoring to persist forces?
X Y components Hypotenuse components
How to calculate and describe the effect of resistance?
How to apply Ohms law, Watts law, and Kirchoffs law?
Ohms law- V=IR^2 Watt- power= voltage x current Kirchoffs- sum of voltage in = sum of voltage out
How does AC and DC systems work and differ?
DC current- flows in the same direction AC current- constantly flows
How to identify what causes resistance in a fluid system?
Smoother pige inside As few curves as possible motor cylinder piston
How hydraulic and pneumatic systems work?
Pump, Valce, Motor/Cylinder Hydraulic motor- generates power Pneumatic- pressurized fluId
Three ways heat is transferred
Convection- hot to cold (no direct contact) Radiation- to contact (vacuum) Conduction
How to convert between Celsius and Ferenheit?
(X9/5)+32 <from C to F> (-32X5)/9 <from F to C>
How heat conductors and insulators work?
Head conductors relies on density (more particles) heat can jump
How to solve thermal problems using appropriate units?
BTU- British thermal unit 1 pound of water needed to get 1 degrees F
What are the six simple machines?
Pulley Lever Wheel and Axel Wedge Screw Plane
How to solve problems using appropriate units in engineering systems?
Increase velocity of liquid Increase force or increase area absolute p + gauge = atmospheric pressure
How to identify the uses and types if inductors and capacitors?
Capacitor- stores electrical energy Inductors- stores energy (w/ magnetic field)
How to use insulation to minimize heat flow?
1. sealed windows (vacuum) 2. Fiberglass
How to identify electrical components and their functions?
Diode limits- keeps current in 1 direction Translator- amplifies or switches on electrical signal
the technique of placing a plane in between the observer and the object
Calculate the flow out of a pipe per hour if there are 180 gallons per minute.
What is the Fahrenheit equivalent to 35 degrees Celsius?
95 degrees F
When putting out a fire involving oily rags, use a ___________ fire extinguisher.
Ergonomics is best described as
Fitting the job to the person
What is the best method to test a video game controller design?
earliest example of engineering?
What major functions do engineers perform?
1. Research- making new discoveries and finding uses 2. Development- production of a function able device/ process 3. Design- optimizing/ making easier to produce/ improving performance 4. Production/Testing- mass production + quantity control 5. Construction- Production on a site 6. Operations- managing facilities and networks 7. Sales- consumer creator link, creating a market 8. Management- using background for managing 9. Consulting- solving problems
What important ethics are related to engineering situations?
Engineers use knowledge and skill for the advancement of human welfare. They need to be honest and impartial, increasing reputation of the engineering profession.
The main parts of the engineering design process include defining, selecting, implementing, and
What is the formula for Ohm's Law?
an example of an inexhaustible energy source?
A 90lb container has a coefficient of friction=0.61. How much force is needed to move it?
54.9 pounds coefficient of friction= weight x force
Researching materials and parts move to see how you can increase productivity is the study of:
What is the cubic area of an object that is 5 feet long, 2.5 feet wide, and 3.5 feet tall?
43.75 ft cubic
Which field combines physcial and life science, math and convert raw material to valuable forms
To press a material into a desired shape is know as:
The proper second step to refine a potential product is
Which step of problem solving helps to determine if a certain product is of value?
What type of eduction is required to be an engineer?
1. Bachelors degree at a credited school (ABET or CAEB) 2. Exams- Fundamentals of Engineering test- Engineering in Training (EIT) 3. Practice for 4 years- principles and practice exam- licensed engineer
In order to reduce friction between a work piece and a cutting site ______ is used.
In the engineering design process, stating the problem is the___ step.
The ability of a material to be stretched inot a long, thinner shape is called ____
When working with tools and machines, ____ is/are always required
personal protective equipment
What is used for mass production of plastic parts. It heats plastic injected and extracts parts
When using a drill press to drill a hole near one end of a ruler,
securely clamp the workpiece in a vise
What is the scaled used in SPC and Control Charts
Which of the following materials is most appropriate for a corrosion resistant valve?
Person A weighs100lbs and Person B weighs 150 on a 15' seesaw. How far should B be from fulcrum
A critical component from the drill press is the _____
Critical thinking skills would be best applied to which of the following________