wellington’s Profile

Student
active 3 years, 3 months ago
wellington
Major Program of Study
Mechanical Engineering Technology

My Courses

American Government, Alexander Sections

American Government, Alexander Sections

This is the introductory course in American Government, with the main focus on the national level but some attention to state and local levels as well. This OpenLab site contains course materials as well as links to news sites and a discussion board to exchange ideas. Please keep disagreements friendly, and please keep in mind that our main purpose is more to analyze than to react and fume. When the course is over, as long as you still have an OpenLab account at City Tech, you are invited to continue posting on this discussion board. To access course materials, click “Visit Course Site” at the right of this page.

IND2406 CAD Plant Layout Spring 2015

IND2406 CAD Plant Layout Spring 2015

Course Website: Course Profile (this page): Time: T 6 – 9;20 PM Room: V/0511A Instructor: Masato R. Nakamura (Office: V532) Course Desription: Applications of CAD software in industrial plant design. Creation of 2D floor layouts with consideration given to production quantities; material flow; inventory control; personnel requirements; environmental conditions and restraints; heating and lighting; equipment specifications. Alternate equipment placement configurations are developed to meet changing production needs. The student utilizes CAD software to develop the concepts and completes the term project with a 2D plant layout and a 3D rendering of the required facility.

English 1101 – Making Better Writing

English 1101 – Making Better Writing

English 1101 – Composition I (a.k.a. Making Better Writing) uses a variety of texts written by scholars, intellectuals, students, bloggers, as well as our own class discussions to prepare you for frequent and extensive writing, both formal and informal. You will work intensively to develop the perspectives, practices, and skills necessary to produce better writing under any set of circumstances. You will learn how to develop and frame your texts, how to conduct inquiry in support of your writing, and how to use rhetoric and argument to synthesize ideas for an audience. You will write as a means of enacting the lessons, reflecting on the concepts, and responding to the problems we encounter as a class. By the end of this course, you must be able to research, organize, write, revise, and present texts that are clearly written with original and critical ideas.

My Projects

wellington hasn't created or joined any projects yet.

My Clubs

wellington hasn't created or joined any clubs yet.

wellington's Friends

wellington hasn't created any friend connections yet.