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       |<div><b>[[Main_Page/Week_1|Next Lab]]</b></div> <!-- Link to last weeks lab -->
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       |<b>This Weeks Lab</b>
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       |<div><b>[[Hot_Air_Balloon_Competition|Next Lab]]</b></div> <!-- Link to next weeks lab -->
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      <div><center><b><u>[[Introduction_to_Microsoft_Office|Lab 1A: Introduction to Microsoft Office]]</u></b></center></div> <!-- Link to lab1A and blurb -->
      <p><b>Objective: </b>The objective of this lab is to master the basics of Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word and become
        accustomed with the tasks for which each application is best suited. The goal is to create templates you will use for EG1003
        with these applications.</p>
       [[File:Lab_3dprint_12.png|left|175px|thumb|EG Logo CAD Rendering]] <!-- Lab Image -->
       [[File:Lab_3dprint_12.png|left|175px|thumb|EG Logo CAD Rendering]] <!-- Lab Image -->
       <div><center><b><u>[[Introduction_to_3D_Printing|Lab 1B: Introduction to Microsoft Office]]</u></b></center></div> <!-- Link to lab1B and blurb -->
       <div><center><b><u>[[Hot_Air_Balloon_Competition|Lab 2: Hot Air Ballon Competition]]</u></b></center></div> <!-- Link to lab 2 and blurb -->
       <p><b>Objective: </b>In this exercise, drafting software used by technical professionals will be introduced. Basic technical
       <p><b>Objective: </b>The objective of this lab is to design and build a hot air balloon. This is a competition lab.
         design methods will be shown using Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software, specifically AutoCAD. Later on, this knowledge can
         The design should maximize the amount of non-structural weight (payload) that the balloon can lift and the time it
         be incorporated in the semester-long design project by constructing physical prototypes with 3D printing.</p>
         can spend aloft, while minimizing the balloon's structural weight and its cost. In designing the balloon, several
      [[File:Lab_Mousetrap_1.jpg|left|175px|thumb|Example Mousetrap Car]]
         concepts from physics, including the Ideal Gas Law and the Principle of Archimedes, may be important.</p>
      <div><center><b><u>[[Introduction_to_3D_Printing|Lab 1B: Introduction to Microsoft Office]]</u></b></center></div> <!-- Link to lab1B and blurb -->
 
      <p><b>Objective: </b>In this exercise, drafting software used by technical professionals will be introduced. Basic technical
         design methods will be shown using Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software, specifically AutoCAD. Later on, this knowledge can
        be incorporated in the semester-long design project by constructing physical prototypes with 3D printing.</p>
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Revision as of 13:43, 28 April 2016

This Weeks Lab
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Objective: The objective of this lab is to design and build a hot air balloon. This is a competition lab. The design should maximize the amount of non-structural weight (payload) that the balloon can lift and the time it can spend aloft, while minimizing the balloon's structural weight and its cost. In designing the balloon, several concepts from physics, including the Ideal Gas Law and the Principle of Archimedes, may be important.

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