TE 207: Materials and Processes


Students constructing a material made of corn products to coat final project.

F, S alternate years, to be offered 2012 4 cr.
(Lecture 2, Lab 2)
Exploration of technical competencies using tools and equipment common to wood, metal and composite materials related to industrial usage and engineering applications.
Materials
  • What defines a material?
  • How do materials differ?
  • Why does the material used for a project matter?

Processes
  • What defines a process?
  • How do processes differ?
  • Why does the process used for a project matter?



Final projects being thrown out the window to test strength of box and corn material


Cleaning up final project and broken concrete plaque

Applications
  • What are some applications of materials and processes?
  • Final cummative projects


Technology Education Instructor
Lidia Haughey, M.Ed
lhaughey@montana.edu
(406) 994-6303
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Technology Education Program Leader
Dr. Scott Davis, PhD
sedavis@montana.edu
(406) 994-5775
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