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Engineering

Engineering Design Progrees

TermDefinition
Engineering Design Process Application of math, science, and technical principles to solve problems.
Engineer A person trained in the design, construction, and use of a system or machine.
Ask 1st step of design process. Define the problem, criteria, and constraints.
Criteria The standards that will make the solution successful
Constraints The limitations in the engineering process.
Imagine 2nd step of design process. Brainstorm ideas. Be creative and open-minded.
Plan 3rd step of design process. Choose a solution. Gather materials and draw a diagram.
Create/Test 4th step of design process. Build a prototype and test it out.
Improve 5th step of design process. Share results and discuss how to make your prototype better.
Prototype An operating version of a solution. Often made with cheaper materials than the final version.
Created by: cook2sm