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Lesson 2: The Engineering Method
List the seven main steps in the engin…
Differentiate between requirements and…
Explain how the engineering method is…
Rate of change if momentum of a is dir…
1. Define the problem... 2. Collect Data... 3. Create Solutions... 4.…
Requirements are standards or something that you need, while…
Each part of the engineering method gets us closer to our goa…
dmv
List the seven main steps in the engin…
1. Define the problem... 2. Collect Data... 3. Create Solutions... 4.…
Differentiate between requirements and…
Requirements are standards or something that you need, while…
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SW Lesson 2: Basic Functionality (Engineering I)
vertex
origin
fillet
parts, assemblies, drawings
the corner or point where edges meet
the intersection of the three default reference planes
a feature used to round off sharp corners
the three types of documents that make up a SolidWorks model
vertex
the corner or point where edges meet
origin
the intersection of the three default reference planes
19 terms
Principles of Engineering - Lesson 2.2
Additive Process
Ceramic
Codes
Composite
The process of creating an object by adding small pieces or l…
Of or relating to the manufacture of any product (as earthenw…
A systemized body of laws; a set of principles, as of ethics.
Solid material which is composed of two or more substances ha…
Additive Process
The process of creating an object by adding small pieces or l…
Ceramic
Of or relating to the manufacture of any product (as earthenw…
20 terms
Principles of Engineering - Lesson 2.4
Accuracy
Assembly
Brainstorming
Component
1. The condition or quality of being true, correct, or exact;…
A group of machined or handmade parts that fit together to fo…
A group technique for solving problems, generating ideas, sti…
A part or element of a larger whole.
Accuracy
1. The condition or quality of being true, correct, or exact;…
Assembly
A group of machined or handmade parts that fit together to fo…
29 terms
Principles of Engineering - Lesson 2.3
Axial Stress
Breaking Stress
Compression
Deformation
A force with its resultant passing through the centroid of a…
The stress required to fracture a material whether by compres…
When a material is reduced in volume by the application of pr…
Any alteration of shape or dimensions of a body caused by str…
Axial Stress
A force with its resultant passing through the centroid of a…
Breaking Stress
The stress required to fracture a material whether by compres…
12 terms
Aerospace Engineering - Lesson 2 Vocabulary
aerospace engineer
atmosphere
celestial body
constraint
an engineer who designs objects that go into space, as well a…
the gases that surround a planet or other celestial body
a large object (such as a star, planet, or moon) in space
a restriction or limit place on a designed solution. For exam…
aerospace engineer
an engineer who designs objects that go into space, as well a…
atmosphere
the gases that surround a planet or other celestial body
31 terms
Principles of Engineering - Lesson 2.1
Cable
Centroid
Compression Force
Concurrent Force Systems
A strong rope, usually made of metal, designed to have great…
The geometric center of an area.
A body subjected to a push.
A force system where all of the forces are applied at a commo…
Cable
A strong rope, usually made of metal, designed to have great…
Centroid
The geometric center of an area.
50 terms
Engineering Lesson 2 key terms
Cabinet Pictorial
cavalier Pictorial
Center Line
Construction Line
Oblique pictorial where depth is represented as half scale co…
Oblique pictorial where height, width, and depth are represen…
A line which defines the center of arcs, circles, or symmetri…
Lightly drawn lines to guide drawing other lines and shapes.
Cabinet Pictorial
Oblique pictorial where depth is represented as half scale co…
cavalier Pictorial
Oblique pictorial where height, width, and depth are represen…
15 terms
Engineering (lesson 2.1)
Felt
Floor Joists
Header
House Wrap
A tar-impreganated paper used for water protection under roof…
Horzontal structural member used to carry the floor and ceili…
A horizontal structural member used to support other structur…
Engineered materials designed to keep out liquid water and pr…
Felt
A tar-impreganated paper used for water protection under roof…
Floor Joists
Horzontal structural member used to carry the floor and ceili…
40 terms
Engineering Design- Lesson 2
Analysis
Application
Assembly Line
Bartering
analysis... A detailed examination of the elements or structure…
use, utilization
In a factory, an arrangement where a product is moved from wo…
Exchanging products or services with others by agreeing on th…
Analysis
analysis... A detailed examination of the elements or structure…
Application
use, utilization
54 terms
Engineering lesson 2
addition
sum
subtraction
difference
phép cộng
tổng
phép trừ
hiệu số
addition
phép cộng
sum
tổng
Lesson 2.3 Key Terms (Engineering)
Berm
Building Code
Building Envelope
Circuit
A horizontal ledge cut between the foot and top of an embankm…
Legal requirements designed to protect the public by providin…
The portion of a building that encloses the treated environme…
The various conductors, connections, and devices found along…
Berm
A horizontal ledge cut between the foot and top of an embankm…
Building Code
Legal requirements designed to protect the public by providin…
14 terms
engineering vocab 2
Design Matrix
criteria
Weight
Quantitative
A tool for systematically ranking alternatives according to a…
requirements or standards used to make a decision
a system of units used to express the weight of something
`, expressible as a quantity or relating to or susceptible of…
Design Matrix
A tool for systematically ranking alternatives according to a…
criteria
requirements or standards used to make a decision
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Lesson 2.1 Engineering Key terms
Competent
Defective
Design Flaws
Economics
properly or sufficiently qualified; capable or efficient
Imperfect in form or function
An imperfection in an object or machine
Dealing with production, distribution, and consumption of pro…
Competent
properly or sufficiently qualified; capable or efficient
Defective
Imperfect in form or function
31 terms
bk 28 lesson 2 (Engineering)
breakdown (n.)
bubble (n.)
coat (n.)
desire (n.)
a failure of a device or system to operate correctly
a small ball of air or gas, often found inside a liquid or at…
a layer of substance (paint, oil, etc.) that covers a surface
a strong wish or want
breakdown (n.)
a failure of a device or system to operate correctly
bubble (n.)
a small ball of air or gas, often found inside a liquid or at…
PTLW Engineering: Lesson 2
Pictorial Drawing
Oblique Pictorial
Isometric Pictorial
Tonal Shading
2D illustration of a 3D object. Shows three faces of an objec…
Starts with a straight-on view of one of the object's faces,…
Equal Measure, three adjacent faces on a cube will share a si…
When you add shades of black to white to differentiate betwee…
Pictorial Drawing
2D illustration of a 3D object. Shows three faces of an objec…
Oblique Pictorial
Starts with a straight-on view of one of the object's faces,…
25 terms
ALC BOOK 28 Lesson 2 - Engineering
breakdown
bubble
coat
desire
a failure of a device or system to operate correctly
a small ball of air or gas, often found inside a liquid or at…
a layer of substance, such as paint or oil, that covers a sur…
a strong wish or want
breakdown
a failure of a device or system to operate correctly
bubble
a small ball of air or gas, often found inside a liquid or at…
18 terms
Engineering 1 Lesson 2 Vocabulary
Vertex
Origin
Fillet
Parts, Assemblies, Drawings
The corner or point where edges meet
The intersection of the three default reference planes
A feature used to round off sharp corners
The three types of documents that make up a Solidworks Model
Vertex
The corner or point where edges meet
Origin
The intersection of the three default reference planes
19 terms
Principles of Engineering - Lesson 2.2
Additive Process
Ceramic
Codes
Composite
The process of creating an object by adding small pieces or l…
Of or relating to the manufacture of any product (as earthenw…
A systemized body of laws; a set of principles, as of ethics.
Solid material which is composed of two or more substances ha…
Additive Process
The process of creating an object by adding small pieces or l…
Ceramic
Of or relating to the manufacture of any product (as earthenw…
25 terms
Aero Lesson 2: Engineering Method
To satisfy a NEED defined by the CUSTO…
T3-A
B-1B electronic warfare system
part is no longer produced
State the underlying reason for designing a new aircraft
aircraft designed for this reason: changes in doctrine, tacti…
aircraft designed for this reason: shortcomings in existing s…
aircraft designed for this reason: diminishing manufacturing…
To satisfy a NEED defined by the CUSTO…
State the underlying reason for designing a new aircraft
T3-A
aircraft designed for this reason: changes in doctrine, tacti…
ALC BOOK 28 Lesson 2 - Engineering
breakdown
bubble
coat
desire
A failure to work correctly
(n.) a nearly spherical body of gas contained in a liquid.;
a layer of substance that cover a surface
A strong wish for something
breakdown
A failure to work correctly
bubble
(n.) a nearly spherical body of gas contained in a liquid.;
29 terms
Principles of Engineering - Lesson 2.3
Axial Stress
Breaking Stress
Compression
Deformation
A force with its resultant passing through the centroid of a…
The stress required to fracture a material whether by compres…
When a material is reduced in volume by the application of pr…
Any alteration of shape or dimensions of a body caused by str…
Axial Stress
A force with its resultant passing through the centroid of a…
Breaking Stress
The stress required to fracture a material whether by compres…
31 terms
Principles of Engineering - Lesson 2.1
Cable
Centroid
Compression Force
Concurrent Force Systems
A strong rope, usually made of metal, designed to have great…
The geometric center of an area.
A body subjected to a push.
A force system where all of the forces are applied at a commo…
Cable
A strong rope, usually made of metal, designed to have great…
Centroid
The geometric center of an area.
Technology and ENGINEERING lesson 2
engineer
Brainstorming
constraint
Trade-off
A person is trained to use both technological and scientific…
A process in which group members freely suggest any creative…
Any factor that limits or restricts a design
A exchange in which benefits is given up in order or to obtai…
engineer
A person is trained to use both technological and scientific…
Brainstorming
A process in which group members freely suggest any creative…
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Think Like an Aerospace Engineer: Lesson 2
Aerospace Engineer
Atmosphere
Celestial Body
Constraint
An engineer who designs objects that go into space, as well a…
The gases that surround a planet or other celestial body.
A large object (such as a star, planet, or moon) in space.
A restriction or limit placed on a designed solution or the d…
Aerospace Engineer
An engineer who designs objects that go into space, as well a…
Atmosphere
The gases that surround a planet or other celestial body.
Engineering lesson 2.1 key terms
Cable
Centroid
Compression Force
Concurrent Force Systems
A strong rope, usually made of metal, designed to have great…
geometric center of a solid.
A body subjected to a push.
A force system where all of the forces are applied at a commo…
Cable
A strong rope, usually made of metal, designed to have great…
Centroid
geometric center of a solid.
44 terms
Engineering Lesson 2.1 Key Terms
cable
centroid
compression force
concurrent force systems
a strong rope, usually made of metal, designed to have great…
the geometric center of an area
a body subjected to a push
a force system where all of the forces are applied at a commo…
cable
a strong rope, usually made of metal, designed to have great…
centroid
the geometric center of an area
18 terms
Civil Engineering Lesson 2.2 Key Terms
Compression Strength
Concrete
Design Temperature Differential
Fascia
The maximum compressive stress a material can withstand witho…
A solid, hard material produced by combining Portland cement,…
The difference between the indoor temperature in winter and t…
The finish board covering the edges of rafters and eaves.
Compression Strength
The maximum compressive stress a material can withstand witho…
Concrete
A solid, hard material produced by combining Portland cement,…
Engineering 2 Lesson 2.1 vocab
Cable
Centroid
Compression Force
Concurrent Force Systems
A strong rope, usually made of metal, designed to have great…
The geometric center of an area.
A body subjected to a push or squeeze.
A force system where all of the forces are applied at a commo…
Cable
A strong rope, usually made of metal, designed to have great…
Centroid
The geometric center of an area.
26 terms
Intro to engineering lesson 2 and 3 Key Terms
Construction line
Depth
Height
Hidden lines
Thin lines that serve as guides while sketching or drawing.
The distance from front to back.
The measurement of someone or something from head to foot or…
A line type that represents an edge that is not directly visi…
Construction line
Thin lines that serve as guides while sketching or drawing.
Depth
The distance from front to back.
PLTW Engineering: Lesson 2.1 Key Terms
Felt
Floor Joists
Header
House Wrap
A tar-impregnated paper used for water protection under roofi…
Horizontal structural members used to carry the floor and cei…
A horizontal structural member used to support other structur…
Engineered materials designed to keep out liquid water and pr…
Felt
A tar-impregnated paper used for water protection under roofi…
Floor Joists
Horizontal structural members used to carry the floor and cei…
Engineering Model and Design Vocab Lesson 2.1
algorithm
computational thinking
coordinate plane
design statement
A sequence of steps used to accomplish a task.
A problem-solving process used across disciplines. It include…
A two-dimensional space formed by a horizontal number line, c…
A statement that briefly describes the design goals and needs…
algorithm
A sequence of steps used to accomplish a task.
computational thinking
A problem-solving process used across disciplines. It include…
Lesson 2.3 Key Terms (Civil Engineering)
Berm
Building Code
Building Envelope
Circuit
A horizontal ledge cut between the foot and top of an embankm…
Legal requirements designed to protect the public by providin…
The portion of a building that encloses the treated environme…
The various conductors, connections, and devices found along…
Berm
A horizontal ledge cut between the foot and top of an embankm…
Building Code
Legal requirements designed to protect the public by providin…
15 terms
Civil Engineering Lesson 2.1 Key Terms
Felt
Floor Joists
Header
House Wrap
A tar-impregnated paper used for water protection under roofi…
Horizontal structural members used to carry the floor and cei…
A horizontal structural member used to support other structur…
Engineered materials designed to keep out liquid water and pr…
Felt
A tar-impregnated paper used for water protection under roofi…
Floor Joists
Horizontal structural members used to carry the floor and cei…
Lesson 2 Shutting Down Engine
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Bring vehicle to complete stop
Secure the vehicle using handbrake
Select neutral/park
Release brake pedal
First
Bring vehicle to complete stop
Second
Secure the vehicle using handbrake
Lesson 2 Engine Start Up
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Check handbrake is on
Check gear level is neutral/park
Switch ignition to ON position
Check all gauges and warning lights for operation
First
Check handbrake is on
Second
Check gear level is neutral/park
25 terms
Lesson 2- Optimizing your Website for Search Engines
In what ways does SEO help your Inboun…
How do search engines find, understand…
What is the difference between paid re…
What are key words and how should you…
Helps attract strangers from search engines and turn them int…
Find by sending "spiders" to crawl through content, then crea…
Search Engine results have top displayed links as PAID result…
Words typed into search engines.... Must research pertinent key…
In what ways does SEO help your Inboun…
Helps attract strangers from search engines and turn them int…
How do search engines find, understand…
Find by sending "spiders" to crawl through content, then crea…
5 terms
TED UNIT 3 / DESIGN: Lesson 2 - Systems Model and Lesson 3 - Reverse Engineering
The process of planning, organizing, a…
In order for an engineer to assess if…
As technologies are developed _____. (…
Fundamental change in the technologica…
management
feedback is necessary
new processes are created
systems thinking
The process of planning, organizing, a…
management
In order for an engineer to assess if…
feedback is necessary
34 terms
Principles of Engineering - Lesson 1.2
Alternative Energy
Ampere
Biomass
Current
Any source of energy other than fossil fuels that is used for…
The unit of electric current in the meter-kilogram-second sys…
Plant materials and animal waste used especially as a source…
The net transfer of electric charge (electron movement along…
Alternative Energy
Any source of energy other than fossil fuels that is used for…
Ampere
The unit of electric current in the meter-kilogram-second sys…
Engineering Vocab Unit 2
Cabinet Pictorial
Cavalier Pictorial
Center Line
Construction Line
Oblique pictorial, depth is represented as half scale compare…
Oblique pictorial, height, width and depth are represented at…
Line that defines the center of arcs, circles or symmetrical…
LIGHTLY drawn lines to guide drawing other lines and shapes.
Cabinet Pictorial
Oblique pictorial, depth is represented as half scale compare…
Cavalier Pictorial
Oblique pictorial, height, width and depth are represented at…
30 terms
Lesson 2
action
afraid
bright
business
acting or being active
scared, nervous
lots of light
making, buying, or selling goods or giving services in exchan…
action
acting or being active
afraid
scared, nervous
5 terms
New Engineering Week 2
equipment
All-purpose hammer
coping saw
slip-joint pliers
an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a…
a tool with a heavy metal head mounted at right angles at the…
a saw with a very narrow blade stretched across a U-shaped fr…
pliers with a slot in one jaw through which the other jaw sli…
equipment
an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a…
All-purpose hammer
a tool with a heavy metal head mounted at right angles at the…
56 terms
Architectural Engineering Exam 2
Aggregate
Portland Cement
Air-entrainment
Admixtures
granular materials, including gravel, sand, crushed stone, an…
dry powder made by burning limestone and clay followed by gri…
the intentional creation of tiny air bubbles in concrete, the…
a substance that is produced from mixing two or more substances
Aggregate
granular materials, including gravel, sand, crushed stone, an…
Portland Cement
dry powder made by burning limestone and clay followed by gri…
Unit 2: Engineering Design
Engineering Design
Engineering Design Process
Problem Definition
Constraints
Creative application of technology to design systems, product…
Series of systematic steps that helps guide engineers from pr…
Find real problem, research problem
Specific condition that limits engineering design
Engineering Design
Creative application of technology to design systems, product…
Engineering Design Process
Series of systematic steps that helps guide engineers from pr…
12 terms
Engineering 2
Engineer
Engineering
Engineering Technologist
Technology
A person who designs products, structures, or systems to impr…
The process of designing solutions
A person who works in a field closely related to engineering.
1: the processes humans use to develop new products to meet t…
Engineer
A person who designs products, structures, or systems to impr…
Engineering
The process of designing solutions
49 terms
Unit 2 Key Terms Engineering
cabinet pictorial
cavalier pictorial
center line
construction line
oblique pictorial where depth is represented as half scale co…
oblique pictorial where height, width and depth are all repre…
a line which defines the center of arcs, circles or symmetric…
lightly drawn lines to guide drawing other lines and shapes
cabinet pictorial
oblique pictorial where depth is represented as half scale co…
cavalier pictorial
oblique pictorial where height, width and depth are all repre…
Unit 2 Vocabulary Structural Engineering
Tension
Compression
Torsion
Bending
stretching force
squeezing force
Twisting
Tension and compression in the same spot
Tension
stretching force
Compression
squeezing force
19 terms
Lesson 2 Terms
很矮
很高
很胖
很瘦
(Hěn Ǎi) very short, in height
(Hěn Gāo) very tall
(Hěn Pàng) very fat
(Hěn Shòu) very skinny
很矮
(Hěn Ǎi) very short, in height
很高
(Hěn Gāo) very tall
23 terms
Lesson 2
天安门广场
开车
长城
teach
Tian An Men Square
drive the car
the Great Wall
teach
天安门广场
Tian An Men Square
34 terms
PLTW Principles of Engineering - Lesson 1.2
Alternative Energy
Ampere
Biomass
Current
Any source of energy other than fossil fuels that is used for…
The unit of electric current in the meter-kilogram-second sys…
Plant materials and animal waste used especially as a source…
The net transfer of electric charge (electron movement along…
Alternative Energy
Any source of energy other than fossil fuels that is used for…
Ampere
The unit of electric current in the meter-kilogram-second sys…
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