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1 IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6 September 8, 2008 On a new sheet of paper, begin creating a chart for the 9 core technologies. Drill

2 POLY ENGINEERING

3 IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6 1.Safety – is the product safe to use/construct? 2.Reliability – will it work consistently over time? 3.Cost – is it affordable? 4.Quality Control – does it meet customer requirements? 5.Environmental Concerns – does it harm the natural or human environment negatively? 6.Manufacturability – can it be made? 7.Maintenance – how easily can it be maintained or upheld? 8.Ergonomics – how efficiently can the human body utilize it? Constraints on the Engineering Design Process (A constraint is a limit or restriction)

4 Engineering Fields Automation and Robotics, Fluid and Flight Mechanics, Materials and Structures, Propulsion and Power Systems, Flight Systems, Measurement and Instrumentation Systems, Data Systems, Experimental Facilities And many, many more… Engineering Design IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6

5 IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6 Core Technologies 1.Mechanical 2.Structural 3.Electrical 4.Electronic 5.Fluid 6.Optical 7.Thermal 8.Biotechnology 9.Material Technology Systems

6 Create a chart that includes the 9 core technologies, LETTERED descriptions of each of the 9 core technologies, an everyday example. You will be referring to this chart throughout the year. Core Technologies IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6

7 IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6 The technology of putting together mechanical parts to produce, control, and transmit motion. Mechanical Technology Example applications: Gear systems in a car transmission, Brakes on a bicycle, Agitator in a washing machine, Latch on a door. Springs in vehicle shocks

8 IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6 The technology of putting mechanical parts and materials together to create supports, containers, shelters, connectors, and functional shapes. Example applications: Legs on a chair, City water tower, Swimming pool, Roadways and Bridges, Bicycle spokes Airplane wing, Satellite antenna disc. Structural Technology

9 IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6 The technology of producing, storing, controlling, transmitting and getting work from electrical energy. Example applications: Power plant generator, Flashlight, Electric motor in a can opener, Doorbell, Electric heater, Hair dryer. Electrical Technology

10 IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6 The technology of using small amounts of electricity for controlling; detecting; and information collecting, storing, retrieving, processing and communicating. Example applications: thermostat for controlling temperature, a metal detector, video tape recorder, computer, pocket calculator, telephone, radio, television. Electronic Technology

11 IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6 The technology of using fluid, either gaseous (pneumatics) or liquid (hydraulic) to apply force or to transport. Example applications: Air brakes on a truck, Tires on a car, Airfoils on an airplane, Warm-air heating ducts, Hydraulic jack, Plumbing in a school Hydro-electric dam Fluid Technology

12 IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6 The technology of producing light; using light for information collecting, storing, retrieving, processing and communicating; and using light to do work. Example applications: Lightbulb, Light-emitting diode, Lenses to magnify or reduce, Laser speed detector, Laser compact disk, Fiber-optic telephone communication, Laser cutting tools, Laser surgical instruments. Optical Technology

13 The technology of producing, storing, controlling, transmitting and getting work from heat energy. Example applications: Furnace, Hot water heater, Toaster, Insulation, Heat exchanger, Refrigerator, Hot air balloon. Thermal Technology IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6

14 IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6 The technology of using, adapting, and altering organisms and biological processes for a desired outcome. Example applications “Stain-eating” enzymes in detergent, Bacteria “leaching” metals from ore, Altering plant genes to produce better crops. Oil-eating microbes used in oil spill remediation Genetically-modified agriculture Biotechnology

15 IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6 The technology of producing, altering, and combining materials. Example applications: Producing paper from wood, Producing aluminum from ore, Drilling holes in wood, Annealing to soften metal, Laminating wood. Materials Technology

16 IOT POLY ENGINEERING I Review – Design Process Define the Problem Brainstorm, Research, Generate Ideas Explore Possibilities Develop a Design Proposal Make Model/Prototype Test and Evaluate Refine the Design Communicate the Solution

17 Classwork / Homework 1.Partner exercise - articles about particular technology systems (i.e. Hubble, Maglev Train, etc.) and students must: 1.Describe the system outputs – what are the desired/undesired outputs? 2.Describe the operation of the system in terms of the 9 core technologies. 2.Answers should be written up. 3 or 4 groups will be chosen at random tomorrow to give presentation. 3- minute maximum. Teacher will ask questions. IOT POLY ENGINEERING I1-6


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