Contains items related to Engineering education.
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- 6Materials Science and Engineering
- 3Case Studies
- 2Engineering Education
- 2Failure Analysis
This is not a formal history of the Athlone Fellowship, but a work of reflection, collection, and memory recovery. Names, characters, organizations, places, events, and incidents are either extracts of public documents, information gleaned from hours of internet research, and recovery of memories...
This document has the following learning outcomes: be able to 1) define and 2) discern between the terms below; 3) practically identify the terms as used in examples (written and verbal communication); and 4) apply the use of the concepts appropriately in communication: Description, Expression,...
No design is perfect; all designs have a probability of failure and an associated risk. To prevent failure, or at least reduce it dramatically, there are varieties of techniques that may be employed during and after the design stage. Such methods are briefly described herein.
Visual depictions of the materials paradigm from different design perspectives. A graphic image of the double diamond design model process.
The effect of oxygen flow rate on metal–insulator transition (MIT) characteristics of vanadium dioxide (VO2) thin films by pulsed laser deposition (PLD)Download
Vanadium dioxide (VO2), because of its unique metal–insulator phase transion around room temperature, has enormous potential for applications in thermochromic, electrochromic, microbolometery, and non-volatile switches. However, obtaining phase-pure VO2 has been challenging due to its narrow...
This document is a table summary of a variety of types of case studies covering the intent, descriptions, purpose, cognitive processes expected, and degree of active learning to be expected. Types of case studies addressed include: illustrative, exploratory, evaluative, decision-focus, critical...