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    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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    What’s an engineer? That first thing that comes to mind when I’m ask that question is someone “smart,” “solve problems,” or “a lot of math.” The truth is that engineering is all of that and more. To describe what an engineer does can be quite complicated because the field involves many areas. You can have mechanical, chemical, biomedical, electrical, and many others. Even if engineering is such a broad field, all these areas have something in common, solve problems. Engineers are those that use…

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    To the ASME, improving the general welfare of society through the utilization of the specialized skills of engineers is highly stressed. One must consider the possible consequences of actions and decide the best course of action to benefit the safety and health of the public. The ASME requires engineers to take responsibility for one’s actions. Falsification of facts, omission of information, and deceitful actions to any employer, coworker, or member of the public is forbidden. The welfare of…

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    Chemical engineers solve problems that include chemicals, drugs, oil and much more, applying the main principles of chemistry, biology, physics, and all of mathematics to aid them. These engineers also design new developments as well as equipment for comprehensive manufacturing. They tend to do a great deal of supervising production. Envision using all of the things you learned in your science classes and applying them to find new state-of-the-art and resourceful ways to make production of goods…

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    Engineering Philosophy

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    to Merriam Webster an engineer is “a person who has scientific training and who designs and builds complicated products, machines, systems, or structures.” Although most people think of this definition (or one relatively close to 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…

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    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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    Why I am a good fit for industrial maintenance is because I enjoy fixing machines and working with my hands, I also believe that industrial mechanics make a sensible median wage, and because being an industrial maintenance worker is a way I can enjoy my job. Ever since I was a child, I have enjoyed fixing things this career path is a perfect way for me to continue doing something I like by fixing machines. Industrial maintenance fits my lifestyle, and how I enjoy working on machines and figuring…

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    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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    ASME Advocacy

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    The advocacy of the ASME is to promote the art, science, and practice of multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences around the globe thru education, training and professional development, codes and standards, research, conferences and publications, government relations, and other form of outreach. One of ASME goals is to provide advice to government officials at any kind of levels on engineering and technology matters and policies affecting the public interest and to make them understand…

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    Since the modernization of technology in the last century, engineers often face the task of meeting demanding constraints in order to satisfy the consumers’ needs. For some professionals, many years of preparations are critical in becoming proficient in the industry. Therefore, they practice since secondary or post-secondary education in order to gain positive habits that will make those aspired innovators conscientious in their fields. Engineers always practice these methods to meet the…

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