Reflection: Real World Applications Using Autodesk Inventor Pro - Section 8: Create a Wind Turbine Blade

 

I ask the students to take a screen shot of the 3D model.  In Wind Turbine Design Part 4 students wrote a design defense. I ask them to insert the model into the design defense to give the writing piece a more Technical Report look and feel. 

  Using the Model in the Design Defense
  Real World Applications: Using the Model in the Design Defense
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Using Autodesk Inventor Pro

Unit 7: Designing for the Future: Wind Turbine Design
Lesson 7 of 7

Objective: SWBAT use an adult technology to design a 3D view of their wind turbine.

Big Idea: Mechanical engineers all over the world use AutoDesk Inventor Pro for 3D designs. Students learn how to create a wind turbine blade using this adult technology.

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