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Unread post Sun Dec 14, 2014 11:32 pm

Final Project Requirements

Hi guys,

Does anybody know what is supposed to be turned in for the final project? Is there supposed to be a short summary of our results along with the files?

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Jake Hendrickson
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Unread post Mon Dec 15, 2014 11:40 am

Re: Final Project Requirements

I believe you're supposed to "explain" your project (any assumptions and what you're trying to find out about your mechanism), and then explain your results. I think it's pretty open-ended.
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Unread post Mon Dec 15, 2014 3:12 pm

Re: Final Project Requirements

Description of the problem you try to model.
Description of the model you are using to characterize your problem.
How you went about solving it (acf/adm in SimEngine2D, cmd file or some other form that i can generate in ADAMS your model if you go ADAMS way).
Results.
Discussion of results (insights).
Lessons learned and conclusions.

We discussed also in class about this two lectures ago, might be in the mp4 file.
I hope this settles it.
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Unread post Thu Dec 18, 2014 4:48 pm

Re: Final Project Requirements

If we paired up, do both partners have to submit the project on Learn@UW, or just one with both names attached?

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Unread post Mon Dec 22, 2014 6:45 pm

Re: Final Project Requirements

Holy - each student should submit the doc. Even if it's the same.
I want to make sure that if when i grade the projects I don't find the project of one of you, i don't have to start opening all the PDFs to see where a student shows up.
Dan

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