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Unit 9 Lesson 1 &2

Engineering Design Models and Prototypes

steps Design involves a set of _____, which can be performed in different sequences and repeated as needed.
abstractly Engineering design is influenced by personal characteristics, such as creativity, resourcefulness, and the ability to visualize and think _____.
data Established design principles are used to evaluate existing designs, to collect _____, and to guide the design process.
interests and expertise In the design process, it is vital that people with different _____ and _____ work together when devising solutions to a problem.
highly skilled technicians Making prototype models usually requires the efforts of _____ and, as a result, their costs can be high.
technologies The design principles include flexibility, balance, function, and proportion, which can be applied in many types of design and are common to all _____.
prototype The _____ is a full‐scale working model used to test a design concept by making actual observations and necessary adjustments.
concept Typically models are made with clay, wood, plastic, or rapid prototyping to ‘represent’ a _____.
Models _____ enable designers and their customers to see materialized shape and style of the future product for the first time.
Ergonomics _____ is another significant concept that is applied to many designs.
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