For courses in design engineering Applying Design Concepts for All Engineers Design Concepts for Engineers introduces engineering students to the basic concepts and principles of design and their application to engineering disciplines. This general text provides a platform through which all engineers can understand major concepts, despite their specialty backgrounds. With a focus on the design process rather than the technical details of a specific engineering field, the Eighth Edition connects with a wide range of readers. Design Concepts for Engineers is a versatile text that can be taught to both introductory and higher level students as either a comprehensive material or in its distinct chapter modules. With kwledge of basic algebra, any engineer can explore and understand this enticing text, making it an ideal source material to reach a wide range of audiences.
Mark N. Horenstein is a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Boston University. He has degrees in Electrical Engineering from M.I.T. and U.C. Berkeley and has been involved in teaching engineering design for the greater part of his academic career. He frequently teaches first-year engineering courses, and he also devised and developed the departmental senior capstone design course. In the latter, students work for a virtual engineering company developing products and systems for real-world engineering and social-service clients. Professor Horenstein does research work in the areas of electromechanical design and applied electromagnetics.
Mark N. Horenstein
Pearson Education (US)
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Engineering & Technology: Textbooks & Study Guides