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Spring Final Exam Review
1st Semester (14 Questions)  Units 1 – 4
2nd Semester  Units 5 – 7 – 26 Questions

Fall Final Exam Review Topics
Introduction to Engineering Design
Fall Semester Final
2018
Unit 1 – Engineering and the Design Process  12 Questions
Unit 2 – Technical Sketching and Drawing  8 Questions
Unit 3 – Measurement and Statistics  10 Questions
Practical Autodesk Inventor Skills  20%
You will have to model three parts, create an assembly with the files properly constrained, and a drawing fully dimensioning one of the parts.
You will be provided with a series of part drawings including dimensions and details.
Practical Microsoft Excel Skills – 10%
You will have to download a data set provided by Mr. Vezino and add to it using the following skills.
Stats & Excel Quiz  Fri. Dec. 7
With some Inventor stuff and a measurement question
Download the REVIEW WORKSHEET HERE
Stats:
Be able to calculate the following:
Excel:
Inventor:
Introduction to Engineering Design
Fall Semester Final
2018
 35 Multiple Choice Questions = 70% of grade
 Practical: 30% of grade
 Using Autodesk Inventor to model two parts, create an assembly, and properly dimension the assembly = 20% of grade
 Create an Excel spreadsheet to demonstrate skills = 10%
 You will have the Engineering Formula Sheet available for the test
Unit 1 – Engineering and the Design Process  12 Questions
 Purpose and use of the design process – 2 Q’s
 Steps of the Design Process – 4 Q’s
 What is the purpose of each step in the process of solving a design problem?
 What is the importance of the design process being iterative?
 Rules of Brainstorming
 Design Brief – 4 Q’s
 The Purpose and use of a design brief
 List and describe the major parts of a design brief
 What is engineering?  4 Q’s
 Write the definition for engineering
 How is engineering different than science?
 Know the focus of the 4 major engineering fields
 Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, Chemical
Unit 2 – Technical Sketching and Drawing  8 Questions
 Line types
 Oblique Sketching
 Isometric Sketching
 Perspective Sketching – 1pt, 2pt, 3pt
 Orthographic Multiview Sketching
 Selecting the best front view
 Proper alignment of views
 Identifying multiviews based on iso’s and the reverse.
 Dimensioning including finding dimensioning errors in multiviews
Unit 3 – Measurement and Statistics  10 Questions
 Linear Measurement – 1 Q
 Metric (SI) Units
 US Units
 Unit Conversion  2 Q’s
 Metric to US
 Smaller unit to a larger unit
 Larger unit to a smaller unit
 Multistep conversion with multiple units like Miles/gallon
 Measurements to the correct sig. digits using:  3 Q’s
 Ruler
 Dial Calipers
 Summary Statistics – 4 Q’s
 Mean, median, mode, range, standard deviation
 Normal curves, histograms, and inferential statistics
 Precision vs Accuracy
Practical Autodesk Inventor Skills  20%
You will have to model three parts, create an assembly with the files properly constrained, and a drawing fully dimensioning one of the parts.
You will be provided with a series of part drawings including dimensions and details.
 Part: Use fully dimensioned sketches and extrusions to create three simple shapes.
 Assembly: Properly align and constrain the three parts into an assembly
 Create a drawing for one of the parts showing a multiview and isometric including all necessary dimensions to fully document the part.
 Select the best front view
 Follow dimensioning guidelines
 Shaded isometric view
Practical Microsoft Excel Skills – 10%
You will have to download a data set provided by Mr. Vezino and add to it using the following skills.
 Know how to use formulas to perform basic calculations and summary statistics
 Know how to create a graph from data
 Know how to edit cell formatting to change fonts, number types, decimal places and alignment.
 Know how to format cells including changing cell borders and fill colors.
 Know how to sort data based on different columns to better organize information and identify outliers.
Stats & Excel Quiz  Fri. Dec. 7
With some Inventor stuff and a measurement question
Download the REVIEW WORKSHEET HERE
Stats:
Be able to calculate the following:
 Mean
 When is mean a poor summary stat for a data set
 Median
 Mode
 Range
 Standard Deviation:
 What is the difference between sample Stand. Dev and Populations Stand. Dev?
 Histogram: What is it and what information is used to create it
 Know the process for creating a histogram in excel.
 Precision vs Accuracy
 Including which stats are used to measure both
 Normal curves and distribution
Excel:
 Formulas: know how formulas are used including the following
 Mean, Median, Mode, Range, Min, Max, Standard Deviation (both), Count Ifs(frequency),
 Tools:
 Changing the color and border of cells
 Edit the number of decimal places shown in a cell.
 Create a graph/chart
 Sort data
Inventor:
 Terms and Tools: know what the following tools do and how to access them in the program.
 Navigation around the graphics window using the View Cube, Home button, and navigation bar.
 Use of the browser to view and change the creation steps in a part.
 Processes: Know how to create a new part including multiple steps of sketch, dimensioning, extrusion.
 File types, their extension and their uses:
 Part, assembly, drawing, and presentation
 Two Screen shots used for identification and explanation of part creation.
 3D model screen shot
 Sketch screen shot
Unit 2 Technical Drawing Test
From Unit 1:
Oblique 
Perspective – 1,2, & 3 point perspective
(5) Isometric
(6) Multiview
(3) Line Conventions
From Unit 1:
 Design Process
 Design Brief
 4 main types of Engineering
Oblique 
 Identify types of drawing
Perspective – 1,2, & 3 point perspective
 The use and strengths of perspective drawings
 Identify types of drawing
 Understand the difference between 1, 2, & 3 pnt perspective drawings
(5) Isometric
 The use and strengths of isometric drawings
 Identify isometric drawings compared to other types of drawing
 Understand the difference between isometric and perspective drawings
 The use of lines at 60o angles to portray height, width and depth lines.
 Selecting the best front view
(6) Multiview
 Topfrontright views and layout
 Identify MultiView drawings compared to other types of drawing
 Lining up lines/features of an object between the different views.
 Selecting the best front view.
 Minimum number of views necessary to capture the features of an object
 Be able to identify different views based on…
 Isometric drawings
 Other Multiview perspectives
(3) Line Conventions
 Construction lines, object lines, hidden lines, center lines, section lines, long & short break lines, dimension lines, extension lines, leader lines
 Line precedence
Unit 3 – QUIZ #1  Measurements, Unit Conversion
Linear Measurements
Unit Conversion
 One question on the difference between precision and accuracy.
 You will have the Engineering Formula Sheet available for the quiz
 10 questions
Linear Measurements
 Dial Calipers
 2 questions reading a picture of a dial caliper
 2 questions measuring an actual object to the correct number of significant digits
 Ruler measurements
 1 question measuring an object with a ruler to the correct number of significant digits
 1 questions reading a picture of a ruler for a measurement to the correct number of significant digits
Unit Conversion
 1 conversion from metric to US
 1 conversion from a small unit to a larger unit or the reverse
 1 multistep conversion with multiple units like Miles/gallon
 One question on the difference between precision and accuracy.