Assignment Due Date
Begin to familiarize yourself with MATLAB and Solidworks.  Create a small Matlab File and Solidworks Model.  Try to understand what is necessary for basic simulation modeling, system dynamics, discrete-event simulation, data collection, and analysis. 9/08/2020
Create a simple System using MATLAB. 9/15/2020
Create a complex system using MATLAB. 9/22/2020
Validate a complex simulation model using MATLAB Simulink. 10/06/2020
Create a Data Output Analysis Graph that has 5 input values, output results, an average output value, and a Standard Deviation. 10/13/2020
Create a Complex Control System using MATLAB 10/20/2020
Midterm 10/27/2020
Create a Vibration Simulation using Solidworks. 11/03/2020
Create an Analysis using SimulationXpress. 11/10/2020
Create a Flow Simulation using Solidworks FloXpress. 11/24/2020
Replicate the Flow Simulation of a Manifold Simulation using Solidworks FloXpress 12/01/2020
Create a 3D Analysis using Solidworks 3DExperience 12/08/2020
Create a Costing Analysis and Report using Solidworks 12/15/2020
Final Exam

Lab Report Requirements

All lab reports must include all of the following parts:

Title– written on the top of the page.

Purpose – what are we looking for or why are doing this?

Hypothesis – proposed answer to a question or tentative solution to a problem.

Procedure – Must be written in your own words, unless otherwise stated.

Data / Observations – usually a table.  Be sure to label all tables.

Calculations – give an example of each calculation done.  If 3 different types of calculations were done, then give 3 samples (one of each).

Analysis of Results – usually graphs.  If the graphs are attached at the back of the report, then write next to Analysis of Results -see attached.

Sources of Error – Don’t skip!!! Every lab procedure has sources of error listed.

Conclusion – The most important part of the lab report.  If it is missing, one letter grade will be deducted from the final grade.

Must include all 7 points!!!:

  1. State what was investigated.
  2. Describe whether or not the hypothesis was supported by the results.
  3. Include sample results.
  4. Compare the results with other investigations.
  5. Provide possible explanations for your results.
  6. Recommend additional studies. {What would you do differently?}
  7. Discuss possible applications. {How does it apply to real life?}

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