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  • Role Of Communication In Industrial Engineering

    Communication in Industrial Engineering The world will always need engineers to bring ideas into life, however engineering is not for everyone. Thankfully, there are many different branches of engineering, whether it be mechanical, electrical, chemical, etc. One commonly overlooked is the field of industrial engineering. After I was certain I wanted to go into engineering, I took a good look at all the fields available. I decided that industrial engineering was the best fit for me, but I still…

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  • The Paradox Of Failure By Henry Petroski

    Being an engineer is not an easy thing to reach in the life. It requires a lot of work, study and responsibility. There are many examples of successful engineers in our life. Those engineers are different from the other engineers not only because they are professional, but also the have other skills or features that makes them different than the other. An example of those great engineers is professor Henry Petroski. He is a professor in civil engineering, but also he is an author who uses his…

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  • Engineering Disasters: Thomas Edison

    Engineering Disasters One of the most famous engineers was Thomas Edison who famously stated that “ [he had] not failed, [he had discovered] 10,000 ways that did not work”. Despite Edison’s numerous failures, he eventually perfected his version of the light bulb, got it patented and proceeded to make his invention available to consumers. Edison’s approach illustrates the engineer’s ideal process, as he repeatedly tests and perfects the design of the desired result before releasing the result to…

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  • Explain Why Do Engineers Follow A Code Of Ethics

    Q1: Why do engineers follow a code of ethics? (~ 150 Words) It is crucial for engineers to follow a code of ethics in order to manage and maintain the their behaviour towards their profession, employer, employee, society and clients. Engineers follow a code of ethics because it provides them a precise definition of what they are required to do as an engineer in their profession. In addition, it gives them a clear outline of their responsibilities in terms of how they are expected to behave and…

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  • Social Responsibilities Of Professional Engineering

    building, object and machine that we use every day has been designed and built by engineers. Therefore the ethics and values of engineers have an important impact on society. There are many engineering challenges today. It was identified by the national science foundation that there are fourteen main engineering challenges. The challenge which is the focus of this report is access to clean water. We would expect that engineers perform to the best of their ability and use their skills to improve…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Interview With An Electrical Engineer

    want to interview any random Engineer because it would not be pertinent to my future career. The few people I would be able to interview that were family friends, were not Electrical Engineers. I knew of a Civil, Chemical, and Mechanical Engineer, none of which I found to fit my assignment. I wanted to specifically interview an Electrical Engineer because they would be able to give me better insight on my desired career. When I began the looking for an Electrical Engineer to interview, I began…

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  • The Construction Industry

    The construction industry is one of the high risk industry with more number of injuries and fatalities reported compared to other industries. The construction industry has also been performing poorly on health and safety of its employees. In New Zealand, the construction sector is the sixth largest sector which employs 180,000 people. The Construction Sector Action Plan of 2011 suggests that the construction industry in New Zealand had the highest rate of fatal injury making it almost thrice the…

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  • Personal Statement: A Career In Mechanical Engineering

    to tinker and build things to see how they worked all throughout my childhood. On the first day of my first engineering class the professor told us characteristics of a good engineer. The first thing she said was engineers are people who like to know how and why things work and that’s when I knew I was going to be an engineer. Engineering is a profession not an occupation that requires a lot of hard work and dedication to science and math. If someone can fight through the rigorous years of…

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  • My Career As A Civil Engineer

    Civil Engineer Ever since I was in the 5th grade, I’ve liked to build things with Legos, K’nex and another construction toys. I liked the idea that something I visualized could actually come to life before me. That’s when my Mom told me about the world of engineering and that my father was an electrical engineer. The engineering spans a various amount of areas from computers to technological departments. However, the field that is most applicable to me is Civil. I prefer to be a Civil Engineer…

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  • The Importance Of Civil Engineering

    What makes a civil engineer different than any of the many other branches of engineering? Well it is certain that all branches of engineering must have a proficient understanding of math, science and technology in order to succeed (Georgia Tech, “What is Engineering”). Civil engineers however must be able to take the knowledge from these three areas and apply to create or enhance public works. A public work is nearly every type of transportation and transportation center, including space…

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