• Applied Enginerring Technology Level I

    Textbook: Engineering Fundamentals - Design, Principles, ans Careers

    E-textbook:  http://www.g-wlearning.com/technologyeducation/9781619602205/student/index.htm 

    Exploring Drafting e-textbook: https://www.g-wlearning.com/drafting/2654/index.htm

     

    TEAMS

    Microsoft Teams will be our Learning Management System (LMS) for 2020- 2021 school year. Due to the nature of the Covid-19 pandemic, all classwork and assignments for this course will be posted and submitted on Teams. You can access class notes, post assignments, links, assignment descriptions, videochat, and more there. To access teams, from your desktop portal select the microsoft office tile, and once there select the Teams icon.

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    How to navigate through Microsoft Teams - Instructions for students .pdf

    Distance Learning Protocols DL video

    Make sure you are on Teams at the start time for each class (see times below).

          6 Period Day                             Block Day

    Monday-Wednesday                   Thursday/Friday

    Period 1 9:12-10:05                    Period 1 / 2  9:12-10:51

    Period 2 10:09-11:02                  Period 3 / 4 10:55-12:34

    Period 3 11:06- 11:59                 ALPHA Time 12:34-1:24

    ALPHA Time 11:59-12:49            SIT      1:28-1:57

    Period 4 12:49-1:46                    Period 5 / 6 2:01- 3:40

    Period 5 1:50-2:43                                                                                          

    Period 6 2:47-3:40                             

     

    Syllabus Engineering Technology WP Syllabus 20-21.pdf

     

    QUARTER 1

    Ch.1: What is Engineering?

    Engineering Defined 

    Problem Solving

    Types of knowledge and traits 

    Applying Math- Units of Mesure

    Roles of Engineers

    Engineering Disciplines

    History of Engineering 

    Problem Definition - Idea Generation

    Engineering Design

    Engineering Design Process

    Solution Creation - Test/ Analysis 

    Problem definition

    Idea generation

    Testing/ Analasys

    Final solution or Output

    Defining Problems and Brainstorming

    Steps to Identify Problems

    Writing the Problem Statement

    Generating Criteria and Constraints

    Brainstorming Techniques Quiz

    Manual drafting

    Ch4. researching Designs

    Sketches/ Sketching process

    Researching Ideas

    Trade-Offs/ Analyze Data

    Ch.5: Communicating Solutions 

    Engineering Drawings

    Working Drawings (detail, assembly, schematic)

    Ch.6: Modeling, Teting, and Final Outputs 

    Ch.7: Materials Engineering

    Drawing Clasifications ( orthographic, pictorial drawings)

    Drawing Guidelines (symbols, line types, scale, dimensions)

     

    Semester II

    Welcome back

    Engineering Design Process

    Genetic Engineering CRISPR

    Ch.7: Materials Engineering

    7.1 Materials TypesMetals, ceramics, polymers, composites, and other materials

    7.2 Material Properties

    Physical, mechanical, electrical, and magnetic properties

    Chemical, thermal, optical, and acoustical properties

    7.3 Material testing

    Destructive tests and nondestructive tests

    7.4 Nanotechnology 

    Nanoparticles and nanostructures

    Gene Editing with CRISPR  

    Chp.8 Electrical Engineering

    Electrical Engineering Principles

    8.1 Electricity at the atomic level

    8.2 Static electricity

    8.3 Electricity through a conductor

    8.4 Characteristics and measurements8.5 Laws and Applications

    8.6 Basic circuits

    8.7 Circuits components

    Chp.9 Civil Engineering Panama Canal project

    9.1 Civil engineering principles

    9.2 Structures

    9.3 Bridges

    8.8 Component platforms

    8.9 Components in use

    8.10 Troubleshooting

    Chp.10 Mechanical EngineeringPrinciples of mechanical engineering ch10notes.pdf

    10.1 Energy

    10.2 Mechanical energy and motion

    10.3 Simple machines/ Power sources & transmission

    9.4 Skyscrapers

    9.5 Goematic engineering

    9.6 Land surveying10.4 Mechanical power systems

    10.5 Mechanical power principles and formulas- Work, Pressure, Power, Torque

    10.6 Mechanical engineering applications

    Converting potential energy into kinetic energy 

    Physics of Roller Coasters

    Chapter 12. Computer Engineering 

    Assignment: Build a computer 

    Final Review for Industry Certification Exam - AutoCAD

    EOC Project

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

Last Modified on August 19, 2020