ENG1100: Engineering Analysis - Section 4
This course outline is a list of Reading Assignments, due before class that day, and Topics, to be covered in class that day. Please use the space provided to record your HW assignments and Due Dates. The course outline is subject to change and may be altered anytime during the semester. Unless otherwise notified, the Reading Assignments and Topics are as follows:
Wk Day Reading Topic HW Assignment Due
1  A MLK Jr. Day - No Class  
1/15-1/19 B S(25-39) ENG1100 Introduction,  Isometric & oblique sketching Individual Assignment:
 - Review and sign EF Rules on Collaboration (last page of syllabus)
 - Handout: Personal Survey
 - In the Sorby, 3-D Visulization text:
      Section 2.1, pg 9, (1-4)
      Section 3.2, pgs 31-32, (5,6,9)
      Section 3.3, pgs 36-37, (3,4,6) 
  Lab Manual Pages 5-7
2 A   UNGX: Sketch Based Modeling Individual Assignment:
Make a unique part with UGNX using sketch based techniques
Your part should be moderately complex (like the class examples)
Should have at least one hole and at least one protrusion
Print out part with datum plane and axes hidden.
Hand write name and section number on printout
1/22-1/26 B S(44-54) Object Transformations:  Translation, Dilation, Rotation about one axis Individual Assignment:
In Sorby 3-D Visualization:
Section 4.1, pgs 46 & 47: 2, 3, 5, 7, 8
Section 4.2, pg 49: 2, 3, 4
Section 4.3, pgs 53 & 54: 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
3  A   UNGX: Geometric and Dimensional Constraints Individual Assignment:
Create Part #6 on handout (page 85) using units of inches
Make a print-out of your base sketch showing dimensional and geometric constraints (show all constraints)
Make a print-out of your extruded part.
Hide datum plane and datum axes
1/29-2/2 B S(54-64) Object Transformations: Rotation about two axes, Reflection, Symmetry Individual Assignment:
In Sorby 3-D Visualization Text
Section 4.4: 2 ,4, 5, 7, 10
Section 4.5: 2, 3, 6, 7
  S(70-82) Orthographic projection Individual Assignment:
In Sorby 3-D Visualization Text:
Section 5.1: 3,4,6,11,12,16

As a Team:
In UGNX create LM page 20, part 4
4  A   UNGX: Drafting Application    
2/5-2/9 B S(88-91), S(108-112) Orthographic projection of inclined and single curved surfaces Individual Assignment:
1) In Sorby 3-D Visualization Text:
    Section 5.2, pg 92-97 (2,5,8,9,12,15,16g,16h)
2) Create part #7 on handout (page 85) in UGNX:
      - units of mm
      - edge blend
      - chamfer (single offset = 15 mm)
    Create and Print Engineering Drawing of part 7
      - Include top, front, right side, and isometric views
      - Add 2-3 key dimensions in top, front, and right side views
      - Use annotation editor to write your name, sec #, and team # in bottom right corner
      Single Curved Surfaces Individual Assignment:
  In Sorby 3-D Spatial Visulization Book
  Section 5.4, pages 113-116 (2,4,6, 7hi)
5  A   Design Project Deliverable #1 Management Plan/Gantt Chart/Spring Analysis 6A
2/12-2/16 B   Spring Analysis    
6  A E(227-245) Intro to VBA: Writing Custom Functions Individual Assignment: Write VBA Function to calculate volume of a cone 7A
2/19-2/23 B   Exam I - Tuesday, February 20 6-7 pm No Class (6B) Exam Topics  
7 A   Programming Decisions in VBA Individual Assignment: Write VBA Code to calculate volume in tank 7B
      Team Assignment: Design Project Deliverable 2: Pretesting & Deliverable 3: Trial Results 8A & 9B
2/26-3/2 B   Programming Loops in VBA Individual Assignment: Calculate Fibonacci Series 8A
8  A   Writing Spreadsheet Macros in VBA Individual Assignment:  Write a VBA sub macro to calculate fibonacci series 8B
3/5-3/9 B   Physics 101 for Design Project Mathematical Model Team Assignment: Derive Equations for Math Model 9A
Spring Break, March 12-16
9  A   Work Day (Design Project )    
3/19-3/23 B B(13-40, 123-154) Math Model Part 2: Optimization Team Assignment:  Math Model Part 2 10B
10  A   Design Project Work Day    
3/26-3/30 B E(61-75, 495-500) Professionalism and ethics in engineering Individual Assignment:
One page memo
 - List the top three ethical issues that you observed in Video.
 - Explain why you think these issues are important.
 - Use the NSPE Code of Ethics to support your reasons.
 - Include a copy of a Code of Ethics from a professional engineering society as an enclosure to your memo (one page max)
11A Beginning of class
11  A E(525-538), B(233-248) Learning from ethics case studies Team Assignment:
Research your team's ethics case
4/2-4/6 B   Exam II - Wednesday, April 4, 6-7pm - Fisher 139
Exam 2 Topics  
      Spreadsheet Lab Practical - During Class    
12 A B(13-40, 123-154) Design Project Test Day & Intro to report writing Team Assignment:  Design Project Final Report
See Design Report Requirements
Rough Draft: 13B
Final Draft: 14B
Team Assignment: Ethics Case Analysis 13A
4/9-4/13 B   Class ethics case study - Incident at Morales no new assignment  
13 A   Report Writing and Work Day    
4/16-4/20 B   Ethics case Study /Report Writing  work day    
14 A   Ethics Presentations    
4/23-4/27 B   Final exam review, ENG1100 wrap up    
Final Exam Wk Office Hours: Sunday April 29 2-4pm, Dillman 202 Final Exam Practice Problem Answers  
  Office Hours Monday 4/30: 10am-2pm Dillman 112C Exam Review Slides: Graphical Communication  
  Office Hours Monday 4/30:  2pm-5pm Dillman 104A Exam Review Slides: VBA  
4/30-5/4 Final Exam - Monday 5/30 7:45pm-9:45pm - Fisher 327B Exam Review Slides: Design Project and Ethics  
B=Beer, A Guide to Writing as an Engineer; E=Eide, Engineering Fundamentals & Problem Solving; LM=Lab Manual; S=Sorby, 3-D Visualization for Engineering