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Projects

Technical Language II

First Semester 2014

Technical Language Area





General Instructions

The projects have to be done in groups of 6 students as a maximum and 3
minimum; any individual project won’t be graded.

The day of the oral and written presentations is October 24
th
and October
25
th
, according to the classes’ schedule.

Folder color according to the section
Section A Brown
Section N Brown
Section P Brown
Section Q Brown

If you present your report without a folder, include a line of the color required
for your section on top of the cover (carátula).

The following rubric must be included in the front page.

Presentation / 10
Introduction / 20
Objectives / 20
Investigation / 10
Conclusions / 20
Annexes / 5
Bibliography / 5
Oral Presentation / 10











Civil Engineering
(Choose only one of the options)


Geographic Coordinates and GPS usage


Objective: To learn and explain how to apply geographic coordinates in Civil
Engineering, and to learn the applications of GPS in Civil Engineering

Activity: To investigate the geographic coordinates principal concepts, their
applications in Civil Engineering and their usage in GPS.


Description:
 To form groups of 3 to 6 students.
 The students will investigate the main concepts used for geographic
coordinates, how to use them and how to apply them in Civil Engineering
 They will present their investigation in an oral presentation in no more
than 5 minutes.
 The students must prepare a written investigation with the following
content:
 Front Page
 Index
 Introduction
 Objectives
 Investigation
 Conclusions
 Annexes (At least 10 word technical glossary)
 References (Bibliography)

It is compulsory to present the written report and the handbook the day of the
oral presentation. Remember that the handbook must contain the summary of
the investigation.










Instruments Used in Topography


Objective: To learn and explain which are the different instruments used in
topography

Activity: To investigate the different instruments used in topography.


Description:
 To form groups of 3 to 6 students.
 The students will investigate at least 3 instruments used in topography,
their characteristics and applications.
 They will present their investigation in an oral presentation in no more
than 5 minutes.
 The students must prepare a written investigation with the following
content:
 Front Page
 Index
 Introduction
 Objectives
 Investigation
 Conclusions
 Annexes (At least 10 word technical glossary)
 References (Bibliography)

It is compulsory to present the written report and the handbook the day of the
oral presentation. Remember that the handbook must contain the summary of
the investigation.














Chemical Engineering

States of Matter

Objective: To know the different states of matter and their transitions

Activity: To demonstrate the changes in the state of matter

Description:
 To make groups of 3 to 6 students.
 Each group will investigate the four fundamental states of matter and the
transitions between them.
 The students will explain the investigation in an oral presentation. This
must be described clearly in English in no more than 5 minutes.
 Students must prepare a written investigation with the following content:
o Front Page
o Index
o Introduction
o Objectives
o Investigation
o Conclusions
o Annexes (At least 10 word glossary)
o References (Bibliography)

It is compulsory to present the written report and the logbook the day of the oral
presentation.






















Environmental Engineering

Cycle of Water

Objective: To know the different processes or stages of the water cycle.

Activity: To investigate the physical processes of the hydrological cycle

Description:
 To make groups of 3 to 6 students.
 Each group will investigate cycle of water and the different processes
related with it
 The students will explain the investigation in an oral presentation. This
must be described clearly in English in no more than 5 minutes.
 Students must prepare a written investigation with the following content:
o Front Page
o Index
o Introduction
o Objectives
o Investigation
o Conclusions
o Annexes (At least 10 word glossary)
o References (Bibliography)

It is compulsory to present the written report and the logbook the day of the oral
presentation.















Industrial Engineering
(Choose only one of the options)


Metrology applications in Industrial Engineering

Objective: To know principal concepts, parameters and applications of
metrology in Industrial Engineering

Activity: To investigate all parameters that should be consider in any
calibration processes, and investigate the applications of metrology in Industrial
Engineering.

Description:
 To make groups of 3 to 6 students.
 The students will research the different applications of metrology in
industries.
 They will prepare an oral presentation of the investigation. This must be
described clearly in English in no more than 5 minutes.
 The students must prepare a written investigation with the following
content:
o Front Page
o Index
o Introduction
o Objectives
o Investigation
o Conclusions
o Annexes (At least 10 word glossary)
o References (Bibliography)

It is compulsory to present the written report and the brochures the day of the
oral presentation.












Standardization

Objective: To know principal concepts in standardization and how it is applied
in industries.

Activity: To investigate all the important concepts in standardization ant its
application in industries.

Description:
 To make groups of 3 to 6 students.
 The students will research the different applications of metrology in
industries.
 They will prepare an oral presentation of the investigation. This must be
described clearly in English in no more than 5 minutes.
 The students must prepare a written investigation with the following
content:
o Front Page
o Index
o Introduction
o Objectives
o Investigation
o Conclusions
o Annexes (At least 10 word glossary)
o References (Bibliography)

It is compulsory to present the written report and the brochures the day of the
oral presentation.
















Science and Systems Engineering
(Choose only one of the following)

LINUX –Android Network


Objective: To learn how to share files between a mobile device and a pc.

Activity: To create a wireless network between a mobile device and a pc,
laptop or notebook.

Description:
 To make groups of 3 to 6 students.
 The students will research the history of Android
 Each group will create network in which files can be shared.
 The students will explain how to do and use the network in an oral
presentation .This must be described clearly in English in no more than 5
minutes.
 Students must prepare a written investigation with the following content:
o Front Page
o Index
o Introduction
o Objectives
o Investigation
o Conclusions
o Annexes (At least 10 word glossary)
o References (Bibliography)

It is compulsory to present the written report the day of the oral presentation.















LINUX


Objective: To learn how to install and use LINUX.

Activity: To create a handbook and a tutorial for installing and using Linux.

Description:
 To make groups of 3 to 6 students.
 The students will research the principal characteristics of Linux
 Each group will create a tutorial of installation of LINUX using a virtual
machine.
 The students will explain the usage of Linux in an oral presentation .This
must be described clearly in English in no more than 5 minutes.
 Students must prepare a written investigation with the following content:
o Front Page
o Index
o Introduction
o Objectives
o Investigation
o Conclusions
o Annexes (At least 10 word glossary)
o References (Bibliography)

It is compulsory to present the written report the day of the oral presentation.
















Mechanical and Mechanical-Industrial Engineering
(Choose only one of the following options)


Compressors

Objective: To acquire the basic knowledge of how compressors work and their
applications in Engineering.

Activity: To research the different types and components of compressors

Description:
 To make groups of 3 to 6 students.
 Each group will investigate the different types of compressors and their
applications in industries.
 The students will explain the investigation. This must be described clearly
in English in no more than 5 minutes.
 Students must prepare a written investigation with the following content:
o Front Page
o Index
o Introduction
o Objectives
o Investigation
o Conclusions
o Annexes (At least 10 word glossary)
o References (Bibliography)

It is compulsory to present the written report the day of the oral presentation.














Boilers

Objective: To acquire the basic knowledge of how boilers work and their
applications in Engineering.

Activity: To research the different types and components of boilers

Description:
 To make groups of 3 to 6 students.
 Each group will investigate the different types of boilers and their
applications in industries.
 The students will explain the investigation. This must be described clearly
in English in no more than 5 minutes.
 Students must prepare a written investigation with the following content:
o Front Page
o Index
o Introduction
o Objectives
o Investigation
o Conclusions
o Annexes (At least 10 word glossary)
o References (Bibliography)

It is compulsory to present the written report the day of the oral presentation.

















Electronics and Electrical Engineering

Controlled Systems

Objective: To understand how a controlled system work.

Activity: To construct or explain a controlled system.

Description
 To make groups of 3 to 6 students.
 Each group will prepare a prototype or a sample board of a controlled
system.
 Each group member will explain the operation of that system, indicating its
parts or components, objectives of the system and situations that can lead
to the malfunction of the system. This must be described clearly in
English in no more of 5 minutes.
 The Students must prepare a written investigation with the following
content:
o Front Page
o Index
o Introduction
o Objectives
o Investigation
o Conclusions
o Annexes (At least 10 word glossary)
o References (Bibliography)

It is compulsory to present the written report the day of the oral presentation.














Physics and Math
(Choose only one of the options)

Applications of the Derivative in Life

Objective: To know the different applications of derivatives.

Activity: To demonstrate at least one application of the derivatives in real life.

Description:
 To make groups of 3 to 6 students.
 Each group will investigate applications of derivatives in real life.
 Each group will explain this life cycle.
 The students will prepare an oral presentation pointing the most important
features of the investigation.
 The students must prepare a written investigation with the following
content:
o Front Page
o Index
o Introduction
o Objectives
o Investigation
o Conclusions
o Annexes (At least 10 word glossary)
o References (Bibliography)

It is compulsory to present the written report the day of the oral presentation.















WORM HOLES

Objective: To know what a black hole is.

Activity: To research worm holes definition, possible structure, formation and
other important topics related to them.

Description:
 To make groups of 3 to 6 students.
 Each group will research the definition, possible structure, formation and
other important topics related to worm holes.
 Each group will explain the investigation in no more than 5 minutes.
 The students must prepare a written investigation with the following
content:
o Front Page
o Index
o Introduction
o Objectives
o Investigation
o Conclusions
o Annexes (At least 10 word glossary)
o References (Bibliography)

It is compulsory to present the written report the day of the oral presentation.