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Home / Journals / American Journal of Aerospace Engineering / Hands-on Learning Technique for Multidisciplinary Engineering Education
Hands-on Learning Technique for Multidisciplinary Engineering Education
Mechanical Power Engineering Department, Zagazig University, Makkah, Saudi Arabia
Paper List
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Authors: Ahmed Farouk AbdelGawad, Talal Saleh Mandourah
Pages: 1-10 Published Online: Oct. 7, 2014
Views 3118 Downloads 216
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Authors: Ahmed Farouk AbdelGawad
Pages: 11-30 Published Online: Oct. 7, 2014
Views 2905 Downloads 148
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Authors: Yassen El-Sayed Yassen, Ahmed Sharaf Abdelhamed
Pages: 31-37 Published Online: Oct. 7, 2014
Views 3365 Downloads 200
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Authors: Yassen El-Sayed Yassen, Ahmed Sharaf Abdelhamed
Pages: 38-46 Published Online: Oct. 16, 2014
Views 3847 Downloads 270
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Authors: Ahmed Fayez EL-Saied, Mohamed Hassan Gobran, Hassan Zohier Hassan
Pages: 47-63 Published Online: Oct. 16, 2014
Views 3173 Downloads 183
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Authors: Eyad Amen Mohamed, Muhammad Naeem Radhwi, Ahmed Farouk AbdelGawad
Pages: 64-73 Published Online: Oct. 16, 2014
Views 2769 Downloads 247
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Authors: Atef Mohamed Alm-Eldien, Ahmed Farouk Abdel Gawad, Gamal Hafaz, Mohamed Gaber Abd El Kreim
Pages: 74-92 Published Online: Oct. 17, 2014
Views 3138 Downloads 182
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Authors: Sherif A. Mohamed, Ibrahim S. Taha, Mahmoud G. Morsy, Hany A. Mohamed, Mahmoud S. Ahmed
Pages: 93-105 Published Online: Nov. 25, 2014
Views 2691 Downloads 126
Introduction
According to the nature of modern technology, engineering students need to understand the multidisciplinary nature of engineering problems. This learning approach is important to provide students with experience in developing technical, management and work-team skills. One of the problems that many engineering graduates face when looking for their first job is: do you have experience? Employers prefer graduates with relevant experience to those without. Why is experience so important to employers? Can students accumulate “working” experience while studying in college? Thus, it is important to use design projects inside and outside of classrooms to help students gain “working” experience and skills through hands-on design activities that simulate the actual design activities that occur in the industry. This special issue aims to help students understand the multidisciplinary nature of product design and the concurrent engineering approach, as well as to provide them with experience in developing technical skills, management skills and collaborative skills, hands-on product design projects are very important for students to gain theses skills.
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