Engineering Design and Problem Solving

Series
Prentice Hall
Author
Steve K. Howell  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
2
Language
English
Total pages
118
Pub.-date
December 2001
ISBN13
9780130933997
ISBN
0130933996
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For Freshman or Introductory courses in Engineering and Computer Science.

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Table of Contents



1. An Introduction to Engineering Problem Solving.


2. Solving Engineering Analysis Problems.


3. Engineering Design: A Creative Process.


4. A Student Design Project.

Author

Steven Howell is the Chairman and a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Technological University. Prior to joining LTU in 2001, Dr. Howell led a knowledge-based engineering project for Visteon Automotive Systems and taught computer-aided design classes for Ford Motor Company engineers. Dr. Howell also has a total of 15 years experience as an engineering faculty member at Northern Arizona University, the University of the Pacific, and the University of Zimbabwe. While at Northern Arizona University, he helped develop and implement an award-winning interdisciplinary series of design courses simulating a corporate engineering-design environment.