Senior Year 2nd Semester
My Senior Year 2st Semester I took both Thermodynamics and Introduction to Transportation Engineering classes.
Me and two other team-mates also worked on Bucknell's Civil Engineering Department capstone course: Civil Engineering Design
Senior Year 1st Semester
Senior Year 1st semester I took CEEG 490: 'Engineering Economics, 'which is an intro class to the capstone course 'Civil Engineering Design.' The following files are divided by sub-topic of the class.
My Junior year, I took three structural engineering classes: 'Intro to Structural Engineering', 'Steel Design', & 'Concrete Design'.
Into to Structural Engr.
Environmental Engineering (2014)
My first semester of Junior year at Bucknell, I took an 'Intro to Environmental Engineering' class, The first half of the class focused on chemical process, dynamics, mass balances across CMFR and PFR, and BOD. The later half focused on water treatment and WWTP processes.
Calc 2, Calc 3, Differential Equations & Linear Algebra
I started my Bucknell career taking Calculus 2, followed by multivariable calculus (which I wish I could retake). I proceeded to take a full-credit differential equations course (I was only required to take half-credit), and a very useful Linear Algebra course, which Civil Engineering students are sadly not required to take.
I enjoyed reading a book on Engineering stats, and found it more educational than my stats course at Bucknell.
Fluid Mechanics (Spring 2014) & Water Resources (Fall 2014)
Sophomore Year, Spring semester, I took Fluid Mechanics. Junior Year, Fall semester, I took Water Resources as a continuation to my fluid mechanics education. Even though I really enjoyed learning the physics behind fluid mechanics, I found water resources unsuitable to my interests. Nonetheless, I had the chance to work on some interesting in-class projects, such as the design of a vegetated swale (design 2) and the determination of a peak discharge at a point of interest (design project 3).
Fluid Mechanics Notes!!
ENGR 101 Graphics Spring Semester 2013 Final Project
Spring Semester 2013, Bucknell University, PA. I took Engineering Graphics (ENGR 101), and I learned valuable techniques and how to use computer programmes to graphically represent a variety of Engineering Designs and Design Considerations. We learned how to draw using Engineering and Architect Scales, how to use AutoCAD, as well as GIS software and KaleidoGraph. For our final project, each of us (students) were assigned to design a getaway cottage and write/draw the following items: Cover letter including a cost estimate for the cottage (using RS Means 2012), an isometric view of the house, floor plans for the first floor and the basement, side and front elevations of the house, a framing plan for one of the walls as well as a set of specifications. As an add-on, I also decided to draw an orthographic view of the cottage using AutoDesk 3dsMax (see picture above). The files on the right are the set of drawings I made for this project. The framing plan and Specifications are joined together in the pdf file named ejgl001_engr101project_specifications.