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Publisher: College House Enterprises, LLC
Dally, James W.
This 400-page, six-part textbook presents a wide range of material of interest to students and instructors in an introductory engineering course intended for the first year.Part I covers the product, a human powered water pump.Chapter 1 Engineering Design and Product DevelopmentChapter 2 Human Powered Water PumpsChapter 3 Work Human Power and PumpsChapter 4 Reciprocating and Rotary PumpsChapter 5 Flow MeasurementPart II presents manual methods of engineering graphics.Chapter 6 Three-View drawingsChapter 7 Pictorial DrawingChapter 8 Tables and GraphsPart III describes software programs useful to engineering students.Chapter 9 Microsoft Excel -- 2000Chapter 10 Microsoft Powerpoint -- 2000Part IV discusses many aspects of the product development process.Chapter 11 Development TeamsChapter 12 A Product Development ProcessPart V treats the very important topic of communications for engineers.Chapter 13 Technical ReportsChapter 14 Design BriefingsPart VI introduces the relation between engineering and society.Chapter 15 Engineering and SocietyChapter 16 Safety, Risk and PerformanceChapter 17 Ethics, Character and EngineeringChapter 18 Sustainable EngineeringDally, James W. is the author of 'Introduction to Engineering Design Book 4 Human Powered Pumping Systems' with ISBN 9780970067500 and ISBN 097006750X.
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