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    engineering
  • a room (as on a ship) in which the engine is located

  • the discipline dealing with the art or science of applying scientific knowledge to practical problems; "he had trouble deciding which branch of engineering to study"

  • The branch of science and technology concerned with the design, building, and use of engines, machines, and structures

  • technology: the practical application of science to commerce or industry

  • The action of working artfully to bring something about

  • The work done by, or the occupation of, an engineer











engineering hardwood floor - Mechanical Engineering




Mechanical Engineering Principles


Mechanical Engineering Principles



"In this book John Bird and Carl Ross introduce mechanical principles and technology through examples and applications A?A?A‚a‚¬A‚a€? enabling students to develop a sound understanding of the principles needed by professional engineers and technicians. No previous background in engineering is assumed and theoretical concepts are supported by over 600 problems and worked examples.

This completely new text is designed to match a wide range of pre-degree courses, and provide an accessible introduction for undergraduates with no previous background in engineering studies.

The authors have ensured syllabus-match for the leading UK courses at this level: AVCE optional units Mechanical Engineering Principles and Further Mechanical Engineering Principles, and the new BTEC National unit: Mechanical Principles.

A student-friendly introduction to core engineering topics which does not assume any background in engineering studies

A brand new text matched to the latest syllabus requirements

Includes over 600 problems and 400 worked examples "

"In this book John Bird and Carl Ross introduce mechanical principles and technology through examples and applications A?A?A‚a‚¬A‚a€? enabling students to develop a sound understanding of the principles needed by professional engineers and technicians. No previous background in engineering is assumed and theoretical concepts are supported by over 600 problems and worked examples.

This completely new text is designed to match a wide range of pre-degree courses, and provide an accessible introduction for undergraduates with no previous background in engineering studies.

The authors have ensured syllabus-match for the leading UK courses at this level: AVCE optional units Mechanical Engineering Principles and Further Mechanical Engineering Principles, and the new BTEC National unit: Mechanical Principles.

A student-friendly introduction to core engineering topics which does not assume any background in engineering studies

A brand new text matched to the latest syllabus requirements

Includes over 600 problems and 400 worked examples "










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Engineers Remember the Wars I




Engineers Remember the Wars I





Engineers from University of Toronto remember the 628 University of
Toronto students, staff and alumni who gave their lives fighting in
WWI. A memorial field with 628 crosses, each bearing a name of one
of the fallen, has been set up on King's College Circle to honour their sacrifice.











Engineers




Engineers





Being an engineer myself i would say this has to be my favorite of the BSC poems









engineering hardwood floor








engineering hardwood floor




Remaking the World: Adventures in Engineering






Science/Engineering


"Petroski has an inquisitive mind, and he is a fine writer. . . . [He] takes us on a lively tour of engineers, their creations and their necessary turns of mind." --Los Angeles Times

From the Ferris wheel to the integrated circuit, feats of engineering have changed our environment in countless ways, big and small. In Remaking the World: Adventures in Engineering, Duke University's Henry Petroski focuses on the big: Malaysia's 1,482-foot Petronas Towers as well as the Panama Canal, a cut through the continental divide that required the excavation of 311 million cubic yards of earth.
Remaking the World tells the stories behind the man-made wonders of the world, from squabbles over the naming of the Hoover Dam to the effects the Titanic disaster had on the engineering community of 1912. Here, too, are the stories of the
personalities behind the wonders, from the jaunty Isambard Kingdom Brunel, designer of nineteenth-century transatlantic steamships, to Charles Steinmetz, oddball genius of the General Electric Company, whose office of preference was a battered twelve-foot canoe. Spirited and absorbing, Remaking the World is a celebration of the creative instinct and of the men and women whose inspirations have immeasurably improved our world.

"Petroski [is] America's poet laureate of technology. . . . Remaking the World is another fine book." --Houston Chronicle

"Remaking the World really is an adventure in engineering."
--San Diego Union-Tribune

Engineers, Henry Petroski observes, are sometimes their own worst enemies, at least so far as communicating their work to the general public is concerned. Some engineers, of course, have been exceptions. One of the unlikely heroes of Petroski's Remaking the World, an entertaining foray into some of engineering's finest (and, on occasion, less exalted) moments, is Karl August Rudolf Steinmetz, who combined a great talent for design and engineering with a keenly practiced flair for self-promotion. Another is Washington Gale Ferris, the inventor of the Ferris wheel, who concocted several dangerous eyesores before arriving at the design familiar to amusement-park patrons.
Successful at explaining themselves or not, engineers are largely responsible for the world as we know it, and Petroski examines their work to discuss how good design and technology combine to produce the desired results. That combination involves much trial and error, and, as Petroski writes, "artifacts from paper clips to steamships evolve by removing some real or perceived failure of their ancestors to achieve unqualified success." Drawing on examples from past and present, Petroski offers an up-close view of how engineers do their work, and his history is full of surprises and pleasures. --Gregory McNamee










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