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CEA 220: Engineering Instrumentation & Analysis
CEA 220: Engineering Instrumentation & Analysis
Base Course Price: $750.00
Sale Price: $700.00
Savings: $50.00

Product Code: CEA-220

Start & End Dates*:
Two Semesters: 1st semester: August 21st - December 22nd,
2nd semester: January 8th - May 18th
Two Semesters: 1st semester: September 5th - January 19th,
2nd semester: January 22nd - June 1st

Description Technology Requirements
Engineering Instrumentation & Analysis is a two-semester course that introduces students to major fields of engineering through 5-9 week units that feature research and/or design projects focused on specific engineering disciplines. Through the projects, students become familiar with standard engineering instrumentation used to acquire data, various strategies and tools for analyzing data, and fundamental concepts from each of the engineering disciplines that is investigated. Technical communication (oral and written) is formally taught at the beginning of the course and emphasized throughout the remainder of the course.

Target Audience: 10th – 12th grades

Pre-/Co-requisites: Geometry

Content Knowledge:

  • Effective Communication and Public Talking
  • Introduction to Data Analysis (Univariate & Bivariate)
  • Effective Communication and Technical Writing
  • Materials Engineering
    • Basic Material Properties
  • Civil Engineering
    • Truss Analysis & Design
  • Electrical Engineering
    • Digital Signal Processing
    • Digital Imaging
    • Electrical Circuits
  • Analog Sensors
  • Mechanical Engineering
    • Kinematics
    • Energy and Energy Transfer

Hard Skills:

  • Proficiency in spreadsheet software (e.g. Excel), presentation software (e.g. PowerPoint), type-setting using LaTeX
  • Proficiency building basic circuits using breadboards
  • Understanding of basic instrumentation and how measurements are made with analog sensors
  • Working knowledge of how to develop numerical models of physical systems

Soft Skills:

  • Effective written communication – daily documentation of work, regular reflective writing assignments, informal correspondence with TAs, and formal technical papers
  • Effective oral communication – regular face-to-face communication with TAs and formal presentations
  • Group work (as learning environment allows)

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