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|Title: ||Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.21, No.4 (Summer 1987): Projects and Prospects for M.Eng. Students|
|Authors: ||Cady, K. Bingham|
Master of Engineering
|Issue Date: ||1987|
|Publisher: ||Internet-First University Press|
|Abstract: ||IN THIS ISSUE: Educating Masters of the Engineering Profession /2 (Cornell's professional Master of Engineering degrees are discussed by Professor and Associate Dean K. Bingham Cady, who has just completed a term as director of the M.Eng. program committee.) ... Testing Race-Car Models in Cornells Wind Tunnel /8
(The aerodynamics of air flow beneath a venturi-type race car is studied by a student in the M.Eng. (Aerospace) program.) ... Measuring the Fractal Geometry of Turbulent Flames /10 (M.Eng. (Engineering Physics) students use laser light in experiments of interest in the design of combustion systems such as those in automobiles and gas turbines.) ...
"Real" M.Eng. (Chemical) Projects Draw on Current Technology /12 (Modern techniques are used in student design projects.) ... M.Eng. Designers Plan Local Waste-Disposal Systems /15 (A system for Cornell is among those considered by M.Eng. (Mechanical) students.) ... On Birdsong and Elephant Calls /19 (Devices to make high-frequency or low-frequency animal sounds more audible to humans are developed in M.Eng. (Electrical) projects.) ... How a Group of Students Becomes a "Real" Structural Design Team /23 (Working with a consultant whose firm is doing the actual design, M. Eng. (Civil) student
teams plan a 33-story building to be constructed in Boston.) ...
Using Cornell Software to Assess Manufacturing Productivity /26 (Company engineers serve as consultants for M.Eng. (OR and IE) design projects.) ... Register /29 ... Faculty Publications /31|
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