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The Engineer In History

Author : John Rae
ISBN : UOM:39015055829124
Genre : Business & Economics
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Annotation Though faced with a shortage of biographical material on engineers, Rae (history, Harvey Mudd College) and Volti (sociology, Pitzer College, Claremont, California) examine the social origins, education, relationships with employers and patrons, and their reputation in their communities and societies. They maintain a chronological order from antiquity to the end of the Industrial Revolution, then focus on various themes. Rae had died before the first edition appeared; no date is noted for that. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).
Category: Business & Economics

The Art Of The Engineer

Author : Ken Baynes
ISBN : 9780718825065
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Combining detailed research with extensive illustration, this monumental work of pioneering importance portrays the relationship that developed between design and engineering, from the Renaissance to the Industrial Revolution to the present day.
Category: Technology & Engineering

The Engineer And The Scandal

Author : Reint Boer
ISBN : 3540231110
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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'The Engineer and the Scandals' offers both an in-depth study of a critical step in the evolution of the theory of porous media and an absorbing tale of interpersonal dispute and ultimate tragedy involving two key theorists, Karl von Terzaghi, the father of modern soil mechanics, and Paul Fillunger.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Engineer

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ISBN : MSU:31293033309380
Genre : Engineering
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Presents professional information designed to keep Army engineers informed of current and emerging developments within their areas of expertise for the purpose of enhancing their professional development. Articles cover engineer training, doctrine, operations, strategy, equipment, history, and other areas of interest to the engineering community.
Category: Engineering

The Engineer S Cookbook

Author : Kari Ojala
ISBN : 9789525901467
Genre : Cooking
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The bestseller cookbook in Scandinavia now available in English for engineers, geeks, nerds and their friends across the world! What kind of relationship does an engineer have with food? What does an engineer eat? How does he prepare a meal? How does he organise the various stages of the cooking process? What drives him? Technical men or women behave above all rationally. They solve problems and follow through. The guests of the engineer are always satisfied, the food is served on time, and nothing gets left over. Managing the whole is an intellectual challenge for the engineer and preparing food successfully gives him deep pleasure. This book gives a systematic presentation of the principles behind the engineer’s cooking skills. It helps the engineer to see what is essential in food, to recognise his own strengths, and to adapt his skills to make good food. For those not technically educated, the book offers an exhilarating insight into the inner life of the engineer – and dozens of practical and clearly-illustrated recipes that allow everyone to prepare delicious food easily. The recipes in the book are typical tried-and-tested engineer foods, such as cabbage rolls, meat loaf, prawn salad, stuffed peppers and strawberry cake. In addition to the recipes some useful dining skills are described, for instance, setting the table, seating the guests, toasting, and behaving at a restaurant.
Category: Cooking

The Engineer

Author : L.W. Deutsch
ISBN : 9781493162802
Genre : Fiction
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This story contains the horrors of the Second World War committed in Nazi Germany. A stigma at the time was that all Germans were Nazis but this story renounces that belief. The Engineer is the ageless story of good versus evil, light versus darkness, and the triumph of the human spirit. A man of great Christian faith named Wolfgang Spreitzel is given the impossible task of freeing people from certain death at the Dachau concentration camp. As a train engineer for the state run railroad he has delivered people into Dachau and watched in horror as these people were unloaded from cattle cars to certain death. It is after one of these trips that God begins to reveal a plan for Wolfgang to follow. As Wolfgang follows God's instruction he is given some of the most unlikely partners to accomplish it. These steps of faith lead some to God's amazing grace, the road to redemption, love for the unloved, and hope for the hopeless. This novel’s believable characters defy the Nazis and begin to free captive people from the death trains. This is accomplished by a man on a mission from God. He is simply known as The Engineer.
Category: Fiction

The Engineer Reconditioned

Author : Neal Asher
ISBN : 9781434442734
Genre : Fiction
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Mysterious aliens ... ruthless terrorists ... androids with attitude ... genetic manipulation ... punch-ups with lasers ... giant spaceships ... what more could you want? This great collection of 10 short stories by the author of Gridlinked, The Skinner, In the Line of Polity, and many more is a great read!
Category: Fiction

The Engineer Of 2020

Author : National Academy of Engineering
ISBN : 9780309091626
Genre : Education
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To enhance the nation's economic productivity and improve the quality of life worldwide, engineering education in the United States must anticipate and adapt to the dramatic changes of engineering practice. The Engineer of 2020 urges the engineering profession to recognize what engineers can build for the future through a wide range of leadership roles in industry, government, and academia--not just through technical jobs. Engineering schools should attract the best and brightest students and be open to new teaching and training approaches. With the appropriate education and training, the engineer of the future will be called upon to become a leader not only in business but also in nonprofit and government sectors. The book finds that the next several decades will offer more opportunities for engineers, with exciting possibilities expected from nanotechnology, information technology, and bioengineering. Other engineering applications, such as transgenic food, technologies that affect personal privacy, and nuclear technologies, raise complex social and ethical challenges. Future engineers must be prepared to help the public consider and resolve these dilemmas along with challenges that will arise from new global competition, requiring thoughtful and concerted action if engineering in the United States is to retain its vibrancy and strength.
Category: Education

The Engineer S Tables

Author : Robert Mote
ISBN : 9781425166816
Genre : Science
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The Engineer's Tables refreshes the principles of the traditional calculations and show how to align MS Excel to produce engineering quality spreadsheets for excellent calculations.
Category: Science

The Engineer S Career Guide

Author : John A. Hoschette
ISBN : 9780470530160
Genre : Business & Economics
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This is the most complete career resource guide book for engineers dealing with the non-technical side of engineering. It provides career advice for engineers at all stages of their careers, whether newly graduated, mid-career, or soon-to-be-retired. This book provides many real world, practical, proven, common sense career tips supported by actual work and experiences/examples. Tips deal with problems the engineer may encounter with supervisors, co-workers and others in the corporation. The book provides step-by-step guidance on how to deal with career problems and come out ahead.
Category: Business & Economics

Modern Mathematics For The Engineer Second Series

Author : Edwin F. Beckenbach
ISBN : 9780486316123
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The second in this two-volume series also contains original papers commissioned from prominent 20th-century mathematicians. A three-part treatment covers mathematical methods, statistical and scheduling studies, and physical phenomena. 1961 edition.
Category: Technology & Engineering

The Cook The Engineer

Author : Jess Schroeder
ISBN : 9780595530489
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 72.93 MB
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Pursuing a passion for food and cooking seemed far removed from the familiar routine of civil engineering practice. However, attending culinary school and testing these new skills in a restaurant, Jess Schroeder opened an exciting new chapter in his life. Balancing full-time engineering with these pursuits was a challenge, but achievable and rewarding. One might think that cooking and engineering are completely different. However, similarities do exist. The Cook-The Engineer shares perceptions about contrasts and similarities between cooking and engineering. Then, the author's personal experience attending culinary school is described, along with a behind-the-scenes account of a busy high-end restaurant. Finally, Jess includes a collection of over 70 favorite and original recipes along with anecdotes and many additional suggestions.
Category: Cooking

The Engineer

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ISBN : UOM:39015023160933
Genre : Engineering
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Category: Engineering

Report Of The Engineer

Author : Hartford and Springfield Railroad Corporation
ISBN : CHI:64446228
Genre : Connecticut
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Category: Connecticut

Educating The Engineer Of 2020

Author : National Academy of Engineering
ISBN : 9780309096492
Genre : Education
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Phase I in the Engineer of 2020 project, Visions of Engineering in the New Century, described a set of attributes that are expected to be necessary for engineers that will perform well in a world that is driven by rapid technological advancement, national security needs, aging infrastructure in developed countries, environmental challenges brought about by population growth and diminishing resources, and the creation of new disciplines that exist at the interfaces between engineering and science. These attributes call for us to educate technically proficient engineers who are broadly educated, see themselves as global citizens, can be leaders in business and public service, and who are ethically grounded. Educating the Engineer of 2020: Adapting Engineering Education to the New Century, this Phase II report, provides a suite of recommendations that can guide engineering educators, employers of engineers, professional societies, and government agencies in their efforts.
Category: Education

The Engineer S Clean Air Handbook

Author : P. D. Osborn
ISBN : 9781483163093
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 72.49 MB
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The Engineer's Clean Air Handbook is written for engineers but in a language which should be understandable to anyone who may be directly involved in or concerned about atmospheric contamination. It concentrates on achieving clean air and on the more general aspects of pollution. The book begins with the description and make-up of the atmosphere, the size and nature of the atmospheric content, sources of contamination, and risk assessment from atmospheric contamination. Subsequent sections focus on air filters and filtration systems, instrumentation for monitoring and control of atmospheric contamination, ventilation and the quality of breathing air, and the relationship of atmospheric contamination and health. Environmentalists, engineers, and ecologists will find the book useful.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Her Daughter The Engineer

Author : Richard I. Bourgeois-Doyle
ISBN : 9780660198132
Genre : Aeronautical engineers
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A former broadcaster and journalist, Bourgeois-Doyle (corporate governance, National Research Council of Canada) has contributed to numerous books, articles, TV features, and radio programs on science history. Here he offers general readers a biography of Elsie MacGill (1905-1980), the world's first female aeronautical engineer and professional aircraft designer. The daughter of suffragist judge Helen MacGill (1864-1947), she also served on Canada's Royal Commission on the Status of Women from its founding in 1967, to the issuance of its report in 1970, calling for a complete rethinking of attitudes and policies towards women in Canada, and subsequently traveled the country lobbying for implementation of the recommended changes.
Category: Aeronautical engineers

Hold Paramount The Engineer S Responsibility To Society

Author : P. Aarne Vesilind
ISBN : 9781133007135
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This essential text provides students with practical insight into the engineering code of ethics and how a practicing engineer is obligated to act in a responsible manner. To illustrate the complexities involved with acting in an ethical fashion, the authors have created characters that encounter a number of situations that test the engineering code of ethics. The dialogue between these characters highlights different perspectives of realistic situations that students will face as practicing engineers. As they proceed through the book, students see how the code can help in decision making, as well as the implications of various decisions. The philosophical theory that supports the ethical positions encountered is presented as boxed material following each section. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Category: Technology & Engineering

The Engineer S Guide To Hustle Dancing

Author : Michael Yusim
ISBN : 158112824X
Genre : Performing Arts
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If you are a dance student and have been searching for a way to remember all those dance steps that you have spent so much time and effort learning, this is the book for you. Michael Yusim is an experienced engineer and computer programmer who has devised a unique and innovative method for recording dance steps. Mariann Cataletto is a current medical system manager, computer programming student, and a former dance teacher. Their combined talents have resulted in the creation of an effective tool for learning and retention so that you never need to experience the frustration of forgetting a dance pattern again. Their graphics library provides a wealth of information on Hustle step combinations. They also provide the opportunity to see these steps performed in video clips on their web site at www.dancestudent.com.
Category: Performing Arts

Physics Of Dielectrics For The Engineer

Author : Roland Coelho
ISBN : 9780444601803
Genre : Science
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Physics of Dielectrics for the Engineer is a systematic attempt to clarify and correlate advanced concepts underlying the physics of dielectrics. It reviews the basics of electrostatics, the different models for the polarizability of atoms and molecules, and the macroscopic permittivity. It also discusses the behavior of matter in an alternating field in relation to complex permittivity, the interactions between field and matter, dissipative effects under high electric fields, the wide-gap semiconductor model, the types of charge carriers, and the main disruptive processes. Organized into three parts encompassing 12 chapters, this volume begins with an overview of the physical concepts involved in the behavior of insulating materials subjected to high electric fields. It then explores the potential of a group of charges, and dipoles induced in an applied field. The book explains statistical theories of dipole orientation in an applied field and theories relating molecular and macroscopic quantities. The propagation of an electromagnetic wave, dipole relaxation of defects in crystal lattices, and space-charge polarization and relaxation are also discussed. The book explains the uni-dimensional polar lattice, intrinsic and impurity conduction in wide-gap semiconductors, thermal runaway, and collision breakdown. Many problems with corresponding solutions are included to assist the reader. This book will benefit electrical engineers, as well as electrical engineering students, scientists, and technicians.
Category: Science