Pirelli-Cooper- a Strategic Alliance Example •Pirelli designated Cooper as exclusive distributor of Pirelli tires in N. A. •Cooper supplies tires for the replacement market •Cooper needs a major brand to complement its own •Pirelli gives Cooper a “ tier one” product (meets O.E.M. standards) •Cooper can now supply a complete line of tires •Pirelli will use Cooper’s strong dealer relationships in U.S.
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Assessment Addendum Program Level Outcome Developmental Level Assessments  • September 1st Safety Test December 13, 2016 Final Exam    September 22nd Discussion Forum November 17th Discussion Forum December 13, 2016 Final Exam     September 22nd Discussion Forum November 17th Discussion Forum October 25th Student Presentations December 13, 2016 Final Exam Developed   October 25th Student Presentations December 13, 2016 Final Exam Developed   October 25th Student Presentations December 13, 2016 Final Exam Introductory  December 13, 2016 Final Exam  December 13, 2016 Final Exam 1 Demonstrate a safe working environment in a diesel transportation technology shop fulfilling current OSHA and Industry accepted standards. Developed 2 Diagnose a variety of diesel powered on highway vehicle drivability issues as per current industry standards. Developed 3 Verbalize the basic components and be able to communicate an understanding of diagnosis and parts identification of a diesel powered on highway vehicle. Developed 4 Demonstrate proper and effective use of current technology tooling commonly used in the industry to service and repair diesel powered on highway vehicles. 5 Interact effectively when working collaboratively in a shop environment with paramount cooperative learning outcomes on diesel powered on highway vehicles shop environment. 6 Demonstrate an awareness of respectful and ethical diversity in the diesel on highway transportation industry. 7 Apply the knowledge, skills and abilities in diagnosis and repair necessary to enter the workforce as an entry level diesel powered on highway vehicle technician. Developed
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Works Cited Allen, Dr. Rosemary. “The Bryonic Hero.” English 213, Spring 2003. Georgetown University. 23 Apr. 2007. < http://spider.georgetowncollege.edu/english/allen/byron2.htm>. ----. “Characteristics of Romanticism.” English 213, Spring 2003. Georgetown University. 23 Apr. 2007. < http://spider.georgetowncollege.edu/english/allen/romantic.htm>. English History.Net. “The Final Months of John Keats.” 12 Jan. 2007. 21 Apr. 2007. < http://englishhistory.net/keats/death.html>. “George Byron, 6th Baron Byron” Wikipedia, the free encylopedia. 21 Apr. 2007. Wikipedia Foundation,Inc. 21 Apr. 2007. . John Keats.com. “Biography.” 21 Apr. 2007 < http://www.john-keats.com/>. “Lord Byron (1788-1824) - Byron (of Rochdale), George (Gordon), 6th Baron.” 2007. Kuusankosken kaupunginkirjasto. 21 Apr. 2007. . “Percy Bysshe Shelley.” Apr. 2007. Spartacus Educational. 21 Apr. 2007. . “Percy Bysshe Shelley” Wikipedia, the free encylopedia. 21 Apr. 2007. Wikipedia “Percy Bysshe Shelley.” Apr. 2007. Spartacus Educational. 21 Apr. 2007. .
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Monte Carlo Methods Monte Carlo is a European city where people gamble; that is, they play games of chance, which involve randomness. Monte Carlo methods are ways of simulating (or otherwise calculating) physical phenomena based on randomness. Monte Carlo simulations typically are embarrassingly parallel. NCSI Parallel & Cluster: Apps & Par Types U Oklahoma, July 29 - Aug 4 2012 5
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Why Monte Carlo Methods Interesting Error in Monte Carlo estimate decreases by the factor 1/n Rate of convergence independent of integrand’s dimension  Deterministic numerical integration methods do not share this property  Hence Monte Carlo superior when integrand has 6 or more dimensions Furthermore Monte Carlo methods often amenable to parallelism  Can find an estimate about p times faster or reduce error of estimate by p Embarrassingly Parallel Computations – Slide 29
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HYBRID PLASMA EQUIPMENT MODEL (HPEM) EETM Monte Carlo Simulation f(ε) or Electron Energy Equation FKM Se(r) N(r) Es(r) PCMCM Continuity, Momentum, Energy, Poisson equation Monte Carlo Module · Electron Energy Transport Module ( EETM): · Electron Monte Carlo Simulation provides EEDs of bulk electrons. · Separate MCS used for secondary, sheath accelerated electrons. · Fluid Kinetics Module (FKM): · Heavy particle and electron continuity, momentum, energy and Poisson’s equations. · Plasma Chemistry Monte Carlo Module (PCMCM): · IEADs in bulk, pre-sheath, sheath, and wafers. · Recorded phase, submesh resolution. ICOPS_2013 University of Michigan Institute for Plasma Science & Engr.
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