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Intro EGR Quiz 1

Intro Engineering Quiz 1

work in manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, design and construction, pulp, paper, petrochemicals, food processing, polymers, biotechnology and environmental health and safety industries American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Chemical Engineering
meets the challenges of pollution, traffic congestion, drinking water and energy needs, urban redevelopment and community planning Civil and Environmental Engineering
analyze, design and evaluate computer systems, both hardware and software Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Computer Engineering
research, design, develop, test and oversee development of electronic systems and the manufacture of electrical and electronic equipment and devices Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Electrical Engineering
use principles of energy, materials and mechanics to design and manufacture machines and devices of all types American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Mechanical Engineering
problem that may have more than one solution open-ended problem
approximation of a real system model
a network sketch using a type of diagram graph
the number of transistors that could be integrated onto a single working chip would double every two years Moore's Law
a set or assemblage of things connected, associated, or interdependent, so as to form a complex unity system
a ring around a system boundary
region outside the system boundary environment
components inside the system boundary subsystem
link(s) across a system boundary that interact with the environment interface
garbage in, garbage out GIGO
a precise sequence of steps for solving a complex set of equations that may be carried out either by hand or implemented in a computer program numerical method
knowledge in long-term memory is organized as a collection of concepts linked through relationships schema
very small chunks of knowledge that relate one concept to another through a single relationship facts
a network diagram or graph, where the nodes correspond to concepts and the edges (links) correspond to relationships between concepts concept map
Computer Aided Design CAD
a hard limit on a value, typically expressed as a mathematical inequality or equality constraint
a goal of minimizing or maximizing a value objective
mean time between failure MTBF
a design technique that facilitates information organization or aids in decomposing problems from high level concepts to lower level concepts hierarchical organization
environment in which the product will be used operating environment
environment in which the product will be designed engineering environment
To consumers, goals that state how a product or artifact can expect to perform in the customer environment specifications
To producers, goals that state how a product must be designed to work in the customer environment requirements
one who undertakes innovations, finance and business acumen in an effort to transform innovations into economic goods entrepreneur
an idea that solves a “problem” that a customer will pay for business opportunity
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