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Dan Negrut

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Re: Final Project Presentation: choose your time slot

ME751Jeremy wrote:I would like to give my presentation Friday from 11:00-12:00 (or 11:30-12:30 if you don't want a half-our shift in the early afternoon for lunch).

Jeremy - let's go with 11:30-12:30.  It's in my calendar.
Thank you, dan.
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Unread post Tue Apr 20, 2010 10:15 pm

Re: Final Project Presentation: choose your time slot

I would also like a Friday presentation time Dan.  You tell me what works best.  In fact, I'd be willing to take you to the Stadium bar, take a few shots, and then present.
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Re: Final Project Presentation: choose your time slot

Chris, i have you down for Friday, 9:30 am.
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Unread post Thu Apr 22, 2010 4:00 pm

Re: Final Project Presentation: choose your time slot

That's a little early for taking shots Dan!  Sounds perfect.
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Re: Final Project Presentation: choose your time slot

Dan - I'd like to go on the 14th as well.  That day looks pretty full for you right now so if that won't work, let me know and we can figure out something else.  Any time is fine.

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Unread post Mon Apr 26, 2010 6:34 am

Re: Final Project Presentation: choose your time slot

Rob - if Friday, May 14, 10:30 am looks good, we are all set.
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Unread post Mon Apr 26, 2010 11:41 am

Re: Final Project Presentation: choose your time slot

That sounds great.  Hopefully you're in a great mood after Chris's 9:30 presentation!!
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Unread post Tue Apr 27, 2010 1:20 am

Re: Final Project Presentation: choose your time slot

Hey Dan, can I go on May 14th as well.  Anytime works for me.  Thanks Dan
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Re: Final Project Presentation: choose your time slot

Eric - i have you down for Friday, 4:30 pm. if that's too extreme, 7:30 am that Friday is also open.
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Re: Final Project related

To All:
In case you are one of the students who decided to go with the default final project, that is, SimEngine3D, please read on.

For the final project it is enough if you have the Modified-Newton method fully implemented and demonstrated with the double pendulum problem.  This is the problem assigned in the last homework, when you only had to implement the quasi-Newton approach. 

For your Final Project presentation you will have to talk about your input file, explain the structure of the code, demo it, and show an animation of the results.  I would also like to see a smaller number of iterations and shorter simulation times compared to the quasi-Newton approach implemented earlier.

I hope this helps, if you have other questions please post them on the forum (where this message also got posted).
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Unread post Tue Apr 27, 2010 4:35 pm

Re: Final Project related

Could I possibly get in to do my presentation on Thursday, May 6th?  2:00 in the afternoon or something like that.  If that doesn't work, I could present on Friday, May 7th sometime in the afternoon as well.
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Unread post Tue Apr 27, 2010 6:04 pm

Re: Final Project related

Dan,

What do you mean by enough? I remember you gave us three distinct cases for A, AB and B in project.

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Unread post Tue Apr 27, 2010 6:05 pm

Re: Final Project related

Dan,

Is any slot on Friday the 14th open for my presentation? I would be glad if its a little late, I have an exam on 13th.
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Re: Final Project related

Raghunath Thakar wrote:Dan,

What do you mean by enough? I remember you gave us three distinct cases for A, AB and B in project.

Raghunath


I relaxed the criteria, i assigned you enough homework during the semester, i felt the amount of work was too much.  i also imagine people have to also take care of other classes beyond 751.
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ME751Andrew wrote:Could I possibly get in to do my presentation on Thursday, May 6th?  2:00 in the afternoon or something like that.  If that doesn't work, I could present on Friday, May 7th sometime in the afternoon as well.


Andrew - let's go with Friday, May 7th (on Th i have a visitor).  I have you down for 2 PM, Friday, May 7th.  if this is ok, no need to reply.
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