Miríada X: Curves in Engineering and Architecture/ Las Curvas en Ingeniería y Arquitectura

 with  María Jesús Vázquez Gallo, Daniel Ortega Rodrigo and Sonsoles Pérez Gómez
Digital Marketing Certificate
Cornell University via eCornell

The course comprises nine modules, each a week in length and consisting of seven hours.
The course is structured in three parts that can each be studied independently:
Part I: Curves in construction and architecture.
Part II: Curves in road safety.
Part III: Curves in industrial design and manufacturing.
Each part consists of three modules with the following structure:

#1. The first, introductory, module describes the practical setting and a real world example or problem whose study involves curves.
#2. The second module presents the materials, ideas, and methods that will be used.
#3. The third module serves to deepen understanding and describe connections with related topics.

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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Upcoming
Subject Engineering
Provider Miríada X
Language Spanish
Hours 7 hours a week
Calendar 9 weeks long

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