General Engineering - Rising 10th-12th
In this one week course, students will explore the engineering disciplines offered by Clemson University. They will use hands-on activities to be introduced to approaches and ways of thinking that are essential in solving professional, ethical, and societal issues appropriate to engineering.
Short Term Projects: Ethics and Engineering Problems, Density, Specific Gravity Activity; Building a Hydro-Generator
Long Term Projects: Prepare and test Pervious Concrete Competition (Overall Strength and Permeability)
Field Trips/Tours: Duke Nuclear Plant and Vulcan Quarry
This course is offered in session Four (June 21-27) and Session Eight (July 26-August 1).
Course Leader: Dr. Andrew Neptune
|Monday||Tuesday||Wednesday||Thursday and Friday|
|Engineering Disciplines and Ethics||Project Design and Teamwork||Estimation and Approaches to Problem-Solving||Units Conversions and Dimensions|
|Ethics discussion||Design project activity||Estimation Activities||Define and utilize Physical Science Principles|
|Basic engineering activities||Hookes law and Pendulum Experiment|
*Course schedule is tentative and subject to change.