|Statuss(Aktīvs)||Izdruka||Arhīvs(0)||Studiju plāns Vecais plāns||Kursu katalogs||Vēsture|
|Course title||Engineering Research|
|Total Hours in Course||64|
|Number of hours for lectures||32|
|Number of hours for seminars and practical classes||32|
|Date of course confirmation||06/09/2011|
|Responsible Unit||Motor Vehicle Institute|
|Students are familiar with the formulation of engineering research objectives and targets. Students acquire knowledge of research techniques and methods, pair and multiple regressions, the regression equation finding with the help of a computer program, design of pair and multi-factorial experiments, factors' selection principles in these experiments, the number of experiments and the number of repetitions in each experiment. Students adopt the experiment planning and realization, as well as the evaluation and the interpretation of results.|
|Learning outcomes and their assessment|
|•knowledge in the basics of engineering research;
•skills to choose the methods of research; •competences in the planning and realisation of experiments, as well as evaluation and interpretation of the obtained r
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2. The esence of research methodology: a guide for master and PhD students in management science. Springer, 2007. 478 p. 3. Bell J. Doing your research Project. Open University press, 2005. 267 p.
|1. Arhipova I., Bāliņa S. Statistika ar Microsoft Excel ikvienam. 1.daļa. Rīga: Datorzinību centrs, 1999.-168 lpp.
2. Arhipova I., Bāliņa S. Statistika ar Microsoft Excel ikvienam. 2.daļa. Rīga: Datorzinību centrs, 2000. 136 lpp. 3. Holman J. Experimental methods for engineers. New York etc.:Mc Graw Hill 1997. 616 pp.
|Periodicals and other sources|
|1. Nordic Road &Transport Research. Nordic Road and Transport Research. Statens Väg- och Transportforskningsinstitut. Sweden. ISSN: 11015179|