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CAE 100: Intro to the Profession I
Introduction to engineering graphics as a problem-solving tool. Basic traditional techniques of orthographic projection, multi-view, pictorial, auxiliary views, dimensioning, sectioning, detail drawing. Use of ANSI standards; applications in civil and architectural engineering.
Professors: James E. Novak; Mark E. Snyder
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CAE 100: Introduction to Engineering Drawing and Design
Introduction to engineering graphics as a problem-solving tool. Basic traditional techniques of orthographic projection, multi-view, pictorial, auxiliary views, dimensioning and tolerance, sectioning, detail drawing. Use of ANSI standards; applications in civil and architectural...
Professors: James E. Novak; William T. Briggs
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 2
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CAE 100: Introduction to the Profession I
Introduction to engineering graphics as a problem-solving tool. Basic traditional techniques of orthographic projection, multi-view, pictorial, auxiliary views, dimensioning, sectioning, detail drawing. Use of ANSI standards; applications in civil and architectural engineering.
Professors: James E. Novak
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CAE 101: Introduction to Engineering II
A continuation of CAE 100. Use of PC-based CAD (Computer-Aided Drawing and Design) software for presentation and problem solving in civil and architectural engineering applications. Introduction to basic principles of design.
Professors: James E. Novak; William T. Briggs
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CAE 101: Introduction to AutoCAD Drawing and Design
A continuation of CAE 100. Use of PC-based CAD (Computer-Aided Drawing and Design) software for presentation and problem solving in civil and architectural engineering applications. Introduction to basic principles of design.
Professors: James E. Novak; William T. Briggs
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CAE 105: Geodetic Science
Measurement of distances and angles. Theory of errors. Study of leveling, traversing, topographic mapping, route surveying, earthwork computation, photometry, and boundary surveys. Practice in the use of tapes, levels, total stations, and PC-based methodology.
Professors: Laurence Rohter
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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CAE 110: Professional Practice I
This course is an introduction to the engineering profession. The content and delivery have been designed to challenge the student's perspective of oneself and thus make the student a better engineer. The class focus is on developing the skills to become a professional learner ...
Professors: Mark E. Snyder
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 1
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CAE 111: Professional Practice II
This course continues the introduction to the engineering profession with further studies of team learning, specializations in engineering, enhancing ethical perception and decision making abilities, and understanding the responsibilities as an engineer. The course also looks de...
Professors: Mark E. Snyder
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CAE 208: Thermal-Fluids Engineering I
Basic principles of thermodynamics applied to engineering systems using pure substances and mixtures as working fluids. Direct application of the laws of thermodynamics to analysis of closed and open systems, mass and energy flow. Extensive analysis of isentropic processes in cyc...
Professors: Mark E. Snyder
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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CAE 209: Thermal-Fluids Engineering II
Complete the development of fluid mechanics and introduce and develop heat and mass transfer analysis techniques. Description and analysis of fluid kinematics, energy and momentum equations applied to internal/external flow in building engineering systems. Development and appli...
Professors: Mark E. Snyder
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