Architectural Engineering Design I
Capstone engineering design course that includes the analysis, design, and integration of structural, mechanical, electrical, and lighting systems for a commercial, industrial, or institutional building. Prerequisites: ARCE 640, 650, and 661, CMGT 500, CE 562 and 563, or consent of the instructor. Fifth year senior standing in architectural engineering.
Required or Elective Course?
ARCE 680, and its mechanical portion, is required for B.S. in architectural engineering students. With adviser and other consent, the course may be an elective for other undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The course is taught annually in the Fall semesters. It is six credit-hours of engineering design.
Typical Topics in the Building Mechanical Systems' Portion of the Course
ARCE 680, Fall 2013's General Syllabus, via a .pdf file
ARCE 680, Fall 2013's Mechanical Portion's Syllabus, via a .pdf file
Download the 2010 Base Drawings
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Drawings A1 to A5
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Revised: September 5, 2013