Introduction to computer aided design (CAD) concepts and techniques, including two- and three-dimensional drawing presentation, methods of graphic communication and design synthesis. Specific topics include parametric solid modeling, part design, survey data and surface construction, orthographic drawings, dimensioning rules and drawing standards, assemblies, and animation. Enroll Info: None
Students will learn about the state-of-the-art in renewable energy applications including biomass for heat, electric power and liquid fuels as well as geo-energy sources such as wind, solar, and hydro power. Students will do engineering calculations of power and energy availability of renewable energy sources and learn about requirements for integrating renewable energy sources into production, distribution and end-use systems. Enroll Info: None
Agricultural and life scientists need to creatively apply physical, chemical, and biological principles to address technical, business, and environmental challenges. Many of these challenges involve numerical analyses, including the interpretation of large datasets. The fundamentals of computer coding using numerical software will be taught, using real-world data science challenges from the agricultural and life sciences. Enroll Info: None
Summer Term offers flexibility for UW-Madison senior Owen Trast to focus on a single course or get hands-on experience at work.