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  • Engineering Disasters In Engineering

    Engineering Disasters Within the confines of a single second your whole world can come crashing down. Throughout history, mankind has been met with sudden disasters at seemingly random turns from faulty bridges, to malfunctioning airplanes and unstable nuclear reactors. Yet, upon examination of the disasters, investigators have uncovered that the seemingly random turn of events had, in reality, occurred as a result of slight mistakes made by the engineers and mechanics that designed the structures. Engineers have an obligation to society, the public welfare and the profession. Although this is the law and this is something that engineers must always keep in the back of their heads, sometimes events don’t always go as planned. The Concorde,…

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  • Engineering Philosophy

    it) when they hear “engineer,” I understand it to be more than that. When I think of an engineer, I tend to look at that title through the perspective of the dedication, perseverance, and overall work ethic that that person had to become an engineer. From firsthand experience I understand that engineering is more of a lifestyle than it is a profession. To even get through the education portion of being an engineer, you need to have amazing time management skills, a good work ethic, the…

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  • Biomedical Engineering

    Chances are, you know what a prosthetic limb is, but did you know there are synthetic cells that act exactly like real ones too? well, all these are possible because of biomedical engineering. I chose to research Biomedical Engineering(BME) because I would like to help the sick and injured. Before, I wanted to become a surgeon but soon after found out that I can’t handle the sight of blood to well. After a couple weeks of researching this career, I have concluded that being a BME is best for me…

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  • Engineering Ethics: Examples Of Moral Issues In Engineering

    Like general ethics, engineering ethics also involves investigations into values, meaning and facts. These inquiries in the field of engineering ethics are of three types. 1. Normative Inquiries 2. Conceptual Inquiries 3. Factual or Descriptive Inquiries 2.4.1 Normative Inquiries These inquiries are mostly helpful to identify the values which guide the individuals and groups in taking a decision. These are meant for identifying and justifying some norms and standards of morally desirable…

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  • Mechanical Engineering: What Is Mechanical Engineering?

    1 What is Mechanical Engineering? What is Mechanical Engineering? Jaren Esquivel School of Engineering and Sciences What is Mechanical 2 What is Mechanical Engineering? Engineering is the application of science and mathematics by which the properties of matter and the sources of energy in nature are made useful to people (Merriam-Webster, 2015). Mechanical engineering is a specific branch of engineering that deals with mechanisms. Michigan Technological University defines it…

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  • The Impact Of Technology In Engineering

    Engineering is the field of sciences where applications of scientific subjects are used both theoretically and physically in order to innovate, design and construct new things for the betterment of the world. Engineering has been around since the 3rd century playing its role for the revolution of mankind and unlocking new doors to explore more. Technology’s main core element is engineering itself. Over the centuries that has passed through, the technologies that are invented are impacting in the…

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  • Essay On Mechanical Engineering

    Utilizing scientific knowledge and numerous sets of technical skills engineering is a professional discipline that has put man on the moon and will take humanity far beyond in to the stars. To design, innovate and advance technological solutions for the world is the modern engineer’s purpose in life. Engineering consists of four chief branches, civil engineering, electrical engineering; chemical engineering and mechanical engineering (Engineering, 2014). This paper will cover three of the…

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  • The Importance Of Mechanical Engineering

    Mechanical engineering is the broadest engineering discipline because it is the foundation for all of the other engineering disciplines. Roughly, it is the branch of engineering dealing with the design, construction, and use of machines. Mechanical engineers are taught how to design, develop, build, and test objects in various aspects of life. Due to the extensive curriculum an engineer must pass, mechanical engineers are equipped with the ability to apply their unique set of skills to solve any…

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  • Biomedical Engineering Career

    Engineering a Career for Life (Rough Draft) With technology constantly advancing in the healthcare industry, many jobs have been created to continue these advancements. One of which is the job of a biomedical engineer. Through the combination of engineering with medical and biological sciences, biomedical engineers can make major advances in healthcare technology. While it requires a lot of advanced mathematics, being a biomedical engineer would be a good career for the future that I would be…

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  • Importance Of Civil Engineering

    spent my infancy in the relatively small and ancient city of Cusco, with just a few impressive and interesting constructions, due to my father’s profession in civil engineering, I was always connected to the construction world. Since I was a child, I have asked myself many questions related to the construction world.ironically the more I grew, the more questions I had. Like Socrates once said, “I know that I know nothing.” My connection with civil engineering started with my…

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