College - Author 1

College of Engineering

Department - Author 1

Mechanical Engineering Department


Bahnam Ghalamchi, College of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Department

Funding Source

CENG Dean's Club for Innovation DEI Funding




This study investigates the effect of digital twins in engineering education. This research was based on published research papers, conference papers, and case studies. Throughout a large range of studies, it was shown that digital twins can increase learning motivation and retainment through uses such as game-centered learning, personalized learning, and virtual prototyping. Particularly in engineering laboratory classes, digital twins can increase the variety of laboratory options while not increasing the cost due to equipment. This results in less barriers for students as there are more learning tools available at no additional cost or other requirements.




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