The Michigan Tech Engineering Fundamentals First Year Engineering version of the Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education PACE Engineering Design Competition was held on April 21, 2015.
Project Description: The design project is mainly involving CAD modeling of a real world example but designed by the students specially for the competition. The students apply the skill they learned on Modeling, Assemblies, and drafting. Some of them may include analysis and animations. The students are required to select a project on their own and it should be original. They as a team will create the parts and assemblies and present at the competition. CAD modeling/assembly with analysis, of any equipment used in the project.
Judges for April 2015 PACE were John Baker, Siemens; Andrew Malburg, General Motors; Laura McCausland, General Motors; Nancy Niekirk, General Motors; Jerry Brusher, Mathworks;
Form — Design Concept, Creativity, Perceived Value, Safety
Fit — Physical Model (realism, aesthetics, detail, supporting design)
Function — Design Parameters and Performance (math models, simulations, spreadsheets, etc.)
Presentation — Effective, Professional, Credible
Teamwork and Collaboration
All the other photos can be seen at the PACE EF Contest 2015 Photo Gallery