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Improving the Organizational Health of Educational Institutions
Appendix A: Instructional Problem Concept Map
Figure 1.1 The Collaborative Employer-Student Technical Preparation Plan
Appendix B: Assessment Instrument
Sample Questions from Biotechnical and Environmental Science
1. A patient is connected to a medical device via two electrodes as shown below, each with a diameter of 10 cm. The maximum allowable leakage current is 0.005 amps (5 milliamps). Calculate the maximum voltage allowed across the electrode leads to maintain a safe current for the following conditions: (a) dry skin, (b) gel coated skin, and (c) penetrated skin. Assume RV = 200 ?. Voltage = I (R electrode 1 + RV + R electrode 2).
2. A device was brought into the lab that had no output. There are no service manuals available for this device. Upon further investigation, you find a burned out capacitor, the value is unreadable. You find that the circuit looks like the one shown below. What should be the value of C. To maintain less than 2 mV of ripple?
3. A transducer is intended to be interfaced to a measuring device. The transducer produces a minimum sinusoidal output of 0.05 mV @ 1 ?A . The measuring device requires a minimum input of 10 mV. Design an amplifier that will perform this interface. Be sure to specify component types including part numbers.
4. You are asked to design a resistive load to test output of a DC power supply. The power supply must be capable of producing 2 amps at 100 volts. The load must be designed with a 200% safety factor. Specify the value of the resistive load including resistance and power ratings.
5. An equipment cabinet must be protected by safety interlocks. There are two access panels with interlock switches. There is a key switch and there is a start button. When the access panel is open, the switch outputs a logic level 1, when closed, a 0. The only time that the process will start is when all panels are closed and the key switch is on. The key switch outputs a 1 in the on position. When these conditions are met, output a 1 to the "start process" line. If conditions are not met, output a 1 to the "system halted" line.
6. A technician customarily counts the number of leaves on cloned plants. The results of nine such counts in successful experiments are: 75-54 55-61 71-67 51-77-71?If the technician obtains a count of 79, is this a cause for concern?
Perform statistical calculations to determine whether 79 leaves is out of the range of two standard deviations.
8. Suppose you are planning to purchase a new micropipettor to pipette volumes in the 100 ? 200 ?L range. You consult a catalog and find the following information for 3 brands of pipettor: Brand A, Brand B, and Brand C. Based on the catalog specifications, which micropipettor is most accurate? Which micropipettor is most precise? Which would you purchase?
Volume Range Accuracy Precision (CV) (Expressed as % Error)