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Architectural Engineering

The exhaustive list of topics in Architectural Engineering in which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows: 

Building Technology

Solar Heat Gain through Windows

Guidelines for Lab Report 1

Project Presentations

Comparison of Prediction and Measurement

Modeling Thermal Dynamics

Presentations of Results from Lab 1


Fundamentals of Natural Ventilation: Hydrostatic Equation, Ideal Gas Law, Bernoulli's Equation, Orifice Equation

Lighting Measurements

Review of Thermal Time Constant Estimates from Mr. Potato Head







Guidelines for Lab Report 2

Simulation Tool for Estimating Wind-driven and Buoyancy Driven Airflows

Downloading Temperature Data

Combined Buoyancy-driven and Wind-driven Flows

Scaling Relationships


Multi-node Models


Lab 3: Daylighting


Reinstalling Temperature Loggers

Luminous Efficacy of Lamps

Prediction of Temperatures inside Test Houses

Completion of Construction of Test Houses


Demonstration of Temperature Loggers

Lab 1: Design of Passive-Solar Houses

Integration of Energy, Airflow and Lighting

Calculation of Benefit of Roof Openings



Calculations and Simulations in Support of the Design of Sustainable Housing


Airflow Measurements with Hot-wire Anemometer

Templates for Internal Distribution of Air

Introduction to Modeling Thermal Systems

Daylighting Fundamentals

Comparison of Predicted and Measured Lighting Levels


Heat Capacity of Air inside a House


Inverse Square Law and Applications



Modifying Test Houses

Buoyancy and Wind-driven Airflows


Solar Heat Gain through Walls and Roofs

Design and Construction of Passive-Solar Test House

Comparison of Walls and Windows

Single-sided Ventilation

Course Introduction

Introduction to Urban Housing in China

Guidelines for Lab Report 3

Modeling Airflows and Temperatures

Modifying Houses and Reinstalling Temperature Loggers

Design of Sustainable Housing for Afghanistan

Zonal-cavity Method for Lighting Design

Introduction to Gujarati Houses

Downloading Temperature Data

Luminance and Illuminance Calculations

Daylighting Measurements in Base-case House


Thermal-mass Measurements (Mr. Potato Head), Demonstration of Thermal-dynamics Spreadsheet Program

Lighting Simulation with Lightscape

Construction of Base-case House

Lighting Fundamentals

Construction and Test of a Model for Convective Cooling of Thermal Mass

Modification of Models and Second-round Tests

Frequency Analysis

MATLAB® Modeling of Complex Thermal Models

Reynolds Number

Airflow Simulation Using CONTAMW V2.0

Daylighting Simulation in Gujarati Houses


Construction of Model Apartment Balconies (Indoor-outdoor Transition Spaces) for Wind-driven Airflow Studies or Model Office and Atrium for Buoyancy-driven Airflow Studies

Lab 2: Natural Ventilation


Launching of Loggers and Deploying of Test Houses


Fundamentals of Natural Ventilation (cont.)

Electrical-circuit Analogies

Lumen and Daylight Factor Methods


Fundamentals of Energy in Buildings

            Introduction, energy

Water: liquid and vapor

Quiz review

Entropy, cogeneration systems

Heat transfer introduction


Energy conservation

Human comfort

Transients, moist air mixtures

Quiz 1

Energy, work

Introduction to design project 2: radiation

Tour: Building 68, Koch Biology Building; and Building N51, MIT Museumand the Digital Design Fabrication Group

Conductive heat transfer, moisture transfer in walls

Conservation of energy, heat

Heating and cooling systems

Steady state flow



Water, refrigerants, gases


Solar radiation, windows

Natural ventilation



Introduction to the second law

Quiz 2

Composite walls

Heat pumps, refrigeration cycles


Basic Structural Design















Frames / Beam project

Forces and forms in beams


Design project (cont.)

Steel design

Frame design

Beam testing

Timber design

Sustainable structures


Stability and indeterminancy

Midterm review

Design project


Advanced topics in structural design

Lateral load systems



Design for strength and serviceability

Truss design

Beam design

Structural failures

Indeterminacy / Design project

Reinforced concrete design

Indeterminate beams

Beams and frames


Cables and arches


Compression and tension structures

Indeterminate beams/frames


Design project presentations

Column testing

Midterm exam

Indeterminate frames

Review lecture

Designing for axial forces


Forces and forms in frames

Truss design / Column project


Design project (cont.)


Architectural Construction and Computation

Field Trip - Sargent Wood Products

Computer Controlled Design and Construction

Presentation on Design

CNC Construction

Presentation on Construction

Student Final Presentations

Student Proposal Presentations

Field Trip

Introduction to Traditional Design

Presentation on Construction

Final Construction

Presentation on Design

Traditional Design and Construction


Motion Based Design

                        Tuned Mass Dampers I

            Base Isolation III

            Base Isolation II

            Test 2

            Test 1

            Loadings II


            MOTIONLAB, Review

            Tuned Mass Dampers II

            Optimal Damping II

            Base Isolation I

            Optimal Damping V

            Optimal Stiffness III

            Optimal Stiffness VI


            Tuned Mass Dampers III

            Optimal Damping IV

            Optimal Stiffness V

            Base Isolation IV

            Optimal Damping III

            Optimal Stiffness II

            MOTIONLAB Examples, Review

            Tuned Mass Dampers IV

            Optimal Stiffness I

            Loadings I

            Optimal Damping I

            Optimal Stiffness IV


Immaterial Limits: Process and Duration

            Desk critique

Lecture by Brigitte Shim

Introduce Studio Issues and Problem

Desk critique

Desk critique

Desk critique

Desk critique

Desk critique for Problem 1 Part 2

Defamiliarization Representations Due

Desk critique

Leave for Chicago

Desk critique

Desk critique

Desk critique


Presentation by Saul Griffith


Desk critique

Mid Review

Level 2 Forum, Trajectory 2 posted

Final Review

Desk critique

Introduction to a Quarry

Desk critique

Pin Up

Desk critique

3 Models, Set 1 due

Review Problem 1 Part 2

Informal pin-up in groups of 3

Pin Up 2 Models Due in sketch model form at 1"=1/32"

Scale jump to 1" = 1/8" Models and Drawings


Desk critique

Desk critique

Problem 1 Part 1 Due

Student Process Presentations

Models due


Desk critique

3 Models, Set 2 due


Ecologies of Construction


Part II: Production and consumption


Part I: Origins and theory

1st day of class



Last day of class

Tim Gutowski

Part III: Applications and case studies

Randy Kirchain

Paolo Ferrão

Chris Carbone

In-class essay


Analysis of Historic Structures

            Foundation Diagrams      

            Introduction to Sustainable Design Issues     

            Architecture Structures   

            Architecture Structures 2           

Course Introduction         



            Wood 1        

            Wood 2        

            Active Statics          

            Exterior Envelopes

            Window Technologies     

            AL Roof System      


            Exterior Envelopes 2      

            Masonry 1   


            Concrete 1  

            Final Session           

Masonry 2   

            Masonry 3   



            Building Technology: Materials and Construction


            Architecture Structures   

            Architecture Structures 2           


            Course Introduction         

            Window Technologies     


            Foundation Diagrams      

            Introduction to Sustainable Design Issues     


            AL Roof System

Wood 1        

            Wood 2        

            Active Statics          

            Exterior Envelopes

            Exterior Envelopes 2        


            Concrete 1  

            Window Technologies     

            AL Roof System Final Session Masonry 1       

            Masonry 2   

            Masonry 3   



Building Technology: Building Structural Systems

            Phase 2: Metals (cont.)

Phase 4: Polymers (cont.)

Phase 1: Skin and Bones: Evolution and Innovation

Phase 4 :Polymers (cont.)

Phase 2: Metals (cont.)

Phase 5: Composites

Phase 1: Skin and Bones: Evolution and Innovation (cont.)

Phase 3: Ceramics

Final Lecture

Phase 4: Polymers

Phase 2: Metals

Phase 3: Ceramics (cont.)

Phase 3: Ceramics (cont.)

Final Project Presentations

Lab: Envelopes


Connections (Structures HW #3 Due)

Final Project Presentations

Construction Processes IV

Envelopes I

Panel Discussion: Advances in Building Technology(Structures HW #2 Due)

Construction Processes II: Processes HW Assigned

Structural Forms in Concrete

Indeterminate Structures II

Integration (Processes HW Due)


Studio Visits: Final proposals




Structural Forms in Timber

Envelopes IV

Monday schedule: Construction Processes III

Lab: Statics

Studio Visits: Final proposals

Graphic Statics I

Structural systems: Structures HW #3 Assigned(Envelope HW Due)



Structural Forms in Steel: Structures HW #2 Assigned (Structures HW #1 Due)

Graphic Statics II

Introduction: Structure and Form

Envelopes II: Envelope HW Assigned

Indeterminate Structures I



Envelopes III

Construction Processes I


Structural Forms in Masonry: Structures HW #1 Assigned

Introduction to Variables : string, int, boolean, byte, char, short, float, double, long, arrays.
Covers the basic types and the differences between them. How to declare a variable, including the legal names, initializing arrays and accessing them.