# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Engineering Analysis and Applications II TSA Competitive Events Correlation by Task

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TSA Competitive Events Correlation by Task

In this course, the following tasks/competencies reinforce the standards listed beside them. Teachers may identify additional reinforcements in locally developed instructional materials.

Task/Competency Number Task/Competency Statement Standards
45 Explain the validity of designing alternative solutions to an engineering design problem. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Architectural Design ♦ Biotechnology Design ♦ Dragster Design ♦ Engineering Design ♦ Flight Endurance ♦ System Control Technology ♦ Transportation Modeling ♦ Video Game Design
46 Design an engineering solution to a real-world problem for each of the areas in the designed world. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Architectural Design ♦ Biotechnology Design ♦ Dragster Design ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology ♦ Transportation Modeling ♦ Video Game Design ♦ Webmaster
50 Present a solution. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Architectural Design ♦ Dragster Design ♦ Engineering Design ♦ Flight Endurance ♦ Geospatial Technology (Virginia only) ♦ System Control Technology ♦ Transportation Modeling ♦ Video Game Design
51 Reverse-engineer a product, process, or idea. TSA Competitive Events: Biotechnology Design ♦ Engineering Design
52 Define algorithm. TSA Competitive Events: System Control Technology ♦ Video Game Design
53 Create an algorithm to solve an engineering problem. TSA Competitive Events: System Control Technology ♦ Video Game Design
54 Explain the benefits of modeling and simulation. TSA Competitive Events: Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Architecture ♦ Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Engineering ♦ Engineering Design ♦ Scientific Visualization (SciVis) ♦ System Control Technology ♦ Video Game Design
55 Create a model or simulation for an engineering product, process, or idea. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ Video Game Design
56 Demonstrate lab safety. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Structural Design and Engineering ♦ Technology Problem Solving
58 List common engineering materials and common applications of each. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Architectural Design ♦ Biotechnology Design ♦ Engineering Design ♦ Structural Design and Engineering ♦ Technology Problem Solving
59 Describe properties of engineering materials in terms of their internal structures. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Scientific Visualization (SciVis) ♦ Technology Bowl
60 Identify the correct engineering material for a specific function. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design ♦ Future Technology Teacher ♦ Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
61 List common causes of material failure. TSA Competitive Events: Essays on Technology ♦ Future Technology Teacher ♦ Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
62 Demonstrate processes used with metal, wood, polymer, ceramic, and composite materials, including adhesives. TSA Competitive Events: Architectural Design ♦ Engineering Design ♦ Future Technology Teacher ♦ Technology Bowl
64 Explore electrical systems. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Scientific Visualization (SciVis)
65 Explain primary concepts and components of a fluid power system. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Scientific Visualization (SciVis)
66 Identify the primary concepts and components of thermodynamic systems. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Scientific Visualization (SciVis)
67 Identify the primary concepts and components of mechanical systems. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Scientific Visualization (SciVis)