Computer Lab

 

A substantial component to the EGRM 215: Engineering Visualization and Computation course is the application of engineering software for problem solving. This course is structured to enhance students’ knowledge base in the execution of spreadsheet calculations, mastery of professional approaches to the graphical representation of data, basic and more complex computer programming using Matlab, 3-D product and computer-aided design using SolidWorks, and 2-D drawings, tolerancing, and dimensioning in consideration of manufacturing processes.

The course learning objectives are directly supported through hands-on educational experiences and exercises using the software in a general purpose computer classroom in East Hall, Room E1239. This classroom has 36 Intel Core 2 Duo processor machines with identical software, consisting of Windows XP Professional and all course-related applications.