The Leading International Journal For Engineering Technology                             ISSN: 1523-9926

Volume 14, Number 1, Fall/Winter 2014


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editor's Note (In This Issue: p.35): A Comprehensive and Open Framework for Classifying Incidents Involving Cyber-Physical Systems
Philip Weinsier, TIIJ Editor-in-Chief
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Chase Malone, Tennessee Technological University; Matthew Holman, Tennessee Technological University; Brian Katz, Tennessee Technological University; Ahmed ElSawy, Tennessee Technological University

Automation of a Biodiesel Reactor for the Production of Biodiesel from WVO Using a PLC and a Small-Scale Continuous Ultrasonic Processor


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Construction of a Recycled Brick Masonry Aggregate Concrete Test Pavement
Tara L. Cavalline, UNC Charlotte; Dallas E. Schwerin, UNC Charlotte; David C. Weggel, UNC Charlotte; Chuck McClure, Parkway Concrete

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Open-Source, Multilevel, Interactive Programmable Logic Controller Software Development for High School Students, Two- and Four-Year Colleges, and Displaced Workers
Aleksandr Sergeyev, Michigan Technological University; Nasser Alaraje, Michigan Technological University; Scott Kuhl, Michigan Technological University; Kurt Kalenauskas, Michigan Technological University; Bochao Li, Michigan Technological University

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3D Design Process for Manufacturing and Assembly: Table-Top Tools for Incremental Continuous Improvement (Kaizen)
Isam Abdul Qader Elbadwi, University of Hail, Saudi Arabia

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A Comprehensive and Open Framework for Classifying Incidents Involving Cyber-Physical Systems
William B. Miller, Brigham Young University; Dale C. Rowe, Brigham Young University; Richard Helps, Brigham Young University; Ross Woodside, Brigham Young University

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Design and Implementation of a Hybrid Power System using Wind and Solar Photovoltaics
Faruk Yildiz, Sam Houston State Universtiy; Recayi “Reg” Pecen, North American University

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Integrating Ethics by Using Cases
Marilyn A. Dyrud, Oregon Institute of Technology
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Critical Thinking and Technical Decisions
Barry Hoy, Saint Leo University
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Plug and Play Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) Technology into Your Engineering and Technology Programs
Matthias W. Pleil, Southwest Center for Microsystems Education at the University of New Mexico
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Use of a Delphi Study to Identify Learning Outcomes for an Engineering and Technology Public Policy Curriculum
Todd Myers, Ohio University
72
Industry-Driven Power Engineering Curriculum Development in an Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology Program
Aleksandr Sergeyev, Nasser Alaraje, Michigan Technological University
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Music Touring Logistics Managers’ Critical Skill Set Requirements
Kim LaFevor, Athens State University; Sam Khoury, Athens State University; Charles Roberts, Athens State University
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Using Strategic Partnerships to Deliver Reality-Based Education
Sudershan Jetley, Bowling Green State University; Anthony J. Palumbo, Bowling Green State University
89
Identifying Employer-Demanded Skill Sets for Undergraduate Engineering and Technology Employees
Zaki Kuruppalil Ohio University, Todd D. Myers Ohio University
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A Review of Commercial Trainers and Experiment Kits for Teaching Renewable Energy Manufacturing
Wangping Sun, Oregon Institute of Technology; Bradley Kramer, Kansas State University; Zhichao Li, North Carolina A&T University; Joe Stuart, Oregon Institute of Technology
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