MANE 157, Spring, 1995
Basic Mechanical Engineering Laboratory
Use this form to submit questions and
Ann R. Karagozian
48-121D Engineering IV
You will be contacted via your class e-mail account in case of rescheduling,
urgent corrections to experiments, etc.
All students will be assigned a computer account on SEASnet for class use (userIDs and passwords will be distributed during the lab class).
SEASnet computing resources are therefore available to all, including xlf/xlc/xlp compilers, class software, general use e-mail, and xmosaic or lynx World-Wide-Web browsers. You are ON the information superhighway!
A list of e-mail addresses of students registered in the class, plus others responding
to firstname.lastname@example.org will be available.
This public mailing list is an effort to make students more accessible to each
other. Here is access to the
class list; get friendly.
Here is access to basic information, policies, and goals of the
course, including information on the grading, required and alternative
texts, and student responsibilities.
Here is access to the schedule of experiments for
the quarter for groups 1-6.
Additional Notes on Experiments
Here is access to additional information that is available to students
on some of the laboratory experiments.
Be sure to print this information out BEFORE you arrive in class to
perform the experiment.
- Experiment 1 information
- Experiment 2 information
- Experiment 10 information
- Experiment 11 information
- Experiment 13 information
Indirect access to miscellaneous information relative to course content and
to laboratory scheduling. May also includes response to questions or
comments submitted via the form.
MANE 157 Home page / email@example.com