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  1. I have signed up for the October 2017 Mechanical engineering PE exam for machine design and materials and I am about to start my studies. I have viewed the new NCEES exam specifications (starting April 2017) and it does NOT include thermo/HVAC. Should I be skipping these types of questions from my study materials? I.e. just skip over those problems in the 6 minute solutions textbook as well as Lindeburg question workbook supporting the MERM? New test specification starting April 2017 found here I'd appreciate some feedback from people who took the April 2017 exam and if they left thermodynamics problems and HVAC problems for studying? What about psychometric tables? Anything involving steam tables? I'd like to know explicitly what information I can omit from studying due to the redesign in the test. Thank you!!!
  2. Application form for Admission to B.Des. (Industrial Design) Degree programme ( 2020-21 )
  3. Application form for Admission to B.Sc. Fashion Design ( 2020-21 ) at Chennai Campus
  4. ELECTRICAL ENGINEER (Denver, CO; Lawrence, KS) he Electrical Project Engineer is responsible for leading the development of building energy conservation projects with a focus on Electrical, Lighting, and Lighting Control Systems. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering or Electrical Engineering with an interest in building electrical, lighting, lighting control, and mechanical systems. The ideal candidate will also demonstrate success in the following skills and abilities: Skills and abilities: Be fully capable of working in design teams to assist in meeting the project goals in a team-focused environment. Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as interpersonal skills. Demonstrates the ability to communicate ideas and concepts in both written and oral form. Experience with facility electrical distribution systems is required. Professional Engineering license is required (2019 test takers are welcome to apply). Some travel is required. Exposure to high-performance buildings and energy conservation is preferred. Project experience in Colorado, California, Oregon, or Washington is a plus. Job Responsibilities: Perform on-site facility audits to identify energy, electrical, lighting, and mechanical improvement opportunities. Perform energy modeling and building simulations using energy modeling software packages, i.e., eQUEST. Calculate projected energy savings. Perform project cost estimates. Perform building lighting simulations, lighting design, and equipment selection. Design electrical, lighting, and lighting control systems upgrades, including the production of construction drawings and specifications. Perform engineering analysis of Available Short-Circuit Current, Arc Flash Potential, and Circuit Breaker Coordination in high performance buildings. Write persuasive reports detailing building improvement opportunities and solutions. Present findings clearly and professionally to peers and clients. Candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience with AutoCAD, eQUEST and Microsoft Excel Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) are preferred. Send email with subject line "Electrical Engineering Position" to with resume and contact info.
  5. I'm still an engineering student in my Junior year, so bear with me. This is a side project I sometimes work on in my spare time. I've created a rough draft concept for possible track links on an early Cold War MBT. The average weight of a 50s/60s MBT was around 43 metric tons, and desired ground pressures range from .7 to 1.125 kg/cm3, which for a typically sized MBT would result in a track width somewhere between 72 and 45 cm. I chose 64 cm because it's a good round number that's higher in the spectrum. I'm wondering two main things: 1. Which method of rubber shoe replacement would be more practical? I like the second, but I've never seen it done before on a tank, so does it have a major drawback like increased wear and tear? 2. What specific types of steel and rubber are typically used in tank treads? Since they need hardness more than they need ductility I figure higher carbon steels, but did they use 1045? 4140? Is the rubber a solid block or is it reinforced? Thanks in advance!
  6. State of the Art Novel InFlowTech 1Gearturbine RotaryTurbo 2Imploturbocompressor One CompressionStep View File Featured Project Development - State of the Art Novel InFlowTech: ·1-Gearturbine RotaryTurbo, ·2-Imploturbocompressor One CompressionStep: |/ *1; Gearturbine Project, Rotary Turbo, Have the similar basic system of the Aeolipile Heron Steam Turbine device from Alexandria 10-70 AD · With Retrodynamic = DextroRPM VS LevoInFlow + Ying Yang Way Power Type - Non Waste Looses · 8X/Y Thermodynamic CYCLE Way Steps. 4 Turbos, Higher efficient percent. No blade erosion by sand & very low heat target signature Pat:197187IMPI MX Dic1991 Atypical Motor Engine Type. |/ *2; Imploturbocompressor; Imploducted, One Moving Part System Excellence Design - The InFlow Interaction comes from Macro-Flow and goes to Micro-Flow by Imploducted Implossion - Only One Compression Step; Inflow, Compression and outflow at one simple circular dynamic motion / New Concept. To see a Imploturbocompressor animation, is possible on a simple way, just to check an Hurricane Satellite view, and is the same implo inflow way nature. Submitter retrodynamic Submitted 11/20/2018 Category Civil- Transportation Notes  
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  8. I have always been curious why road design does not plan further into the future. From what I remember from my college transportation design class, when a new design is first started, the design is based off of the projected population and expected volume 10 years into the future. After the design process, the surveying, land purchasing, and obtaining permits have been completed the construction process begins. Then, the construction process takes a a long time and by the time the road is completed, it has been 11 years since the original design and the road is over capacity. I do not work in this field, but this question has baffled me since I took that transportation engineering class. I am hoping some of the bright minds here at EB can enlighten me as to why the roads aren't designed so that they don't reach capacity until 5-10 years after they are built? Do I even understand the process correctly or am I missing something?
  9. I'm working on designing a two story building (same as the attached sketch) & here are the conditions:- The building is 72 ft x 32 ft;- The lower level should be all concrete & waterproof, the top level is CMU with an A-frame roof;- The building is in a flood zone & the first floor will be completely submersed in water when it floods;- This is an industrial structure in a water plant.I have not designed a structure like this before & I have concerns about the lower level; What are the main things to look out for or be concerned about in my design? Do I need drainage? Or a retaining wall (or other methods of stabilizing the soil) so the soil on the bottom of the building wouldn't be washed off over time? Is it a concern for the passive pressure of the soil behind the building causing overturning or sliding down the slope?What would you recommend for the foundation? A slab? Piles?...I'd appreciate your advise and help!
  10. Hello everyone,I am looking for an electrical designer course that can be taken online. A few months ago browsing through the internet I found a course offered at a New York Institute or University, but I forgot to bookmarked it. Please if you know a good online school, can you provide the link.Thank you.
  11. We are a utility construction and engineering company located in Anaheim CA, and are currently looking for an entry level engineer in our Anaheim office to support ongoing utility construction and design projects. We routinely design, and construct public and private utility infrastructure in Orange County, and surrounding areas including high voltage electrical, domestic/fire water systems, storm drain, and public sewer. If interested please send a resume and contact info to Local candidates preferred.
  12. Elkem Technology's gruppe Core Technology består av 15 medarbeidere, og disponerer spesialister innen kompetanseområdene prosess-, ildfast-, elektro- og maskinfag. Gruppen benytter i stor utstrekning avanserte konstruksjons-, analyse- og beregningsverktøy. Arbeidet er i hovedsak organisert i prosjekter rettet mot Elkems operative enheter. Aktivitetene spenner alt fra direkte teknologistøtte, konseptløsninger, forbedringer av kritiske komponenter og oppgraderinger av eksisterende produksjonsanlegg, til planlegging av nye fabrikkanlegg. Vi har nå to ledige stillinger som Senior Prosjektingeniør De viktigste arbeidsoppgavene vil være: 3D/CAD konstruksjonsoppgaver, engineering av maskintekniske komponenter/systemer Prosjektdeltagelse, saksbehandling, spesifikasjon, ansvarlig for definerte fagområder Delta i alle prosjektfaser: konsept, engineering, implementering, commissioning og oppstartfase Bidra til utvikling og teknologisk forbedringsarbeid for utstyr/systemer Samarbeid med andre teknologi-miljøer internt og eksternt Vi ønsker at du har følgende kvalifiksasjoner og erfaring: BSc/MSc/Dr.Ing Maskinteknikk, Mekanisk el.lign 5-10 års industrierfaring med maskinteknisk konstruksjon/design Erfaren bruker av 3D konstruksjonsverktøy for modellering (SolidWorks) Prosjekt-erfaring / Teknologiledelse / Koordinerings-ansvar / Planlegging God kjennskap til FEM beregningsmetoder Evne til å raskt sette deg inn i komplekse saksforhold Gode samarbeidsegenskaper Beherske norsk og engelsk som arbeidsspråk Elkem Technology tilbyr varierte arbeidsoppgaver i et internasjonalt miljø. En del reisevirksomhet på påberegnes. Søke:
  13. Over the next 20 years, £50billion of UK government defence spend will be on Maritime programmes. Come and join us to help define the future of global maritime defence capabilities in one of our Mechanical Engineering (Design) roles currently available at our Broad Oak site. With our international programmes and core support to the UK MoD Maritime sector including Queen Elizabeth Class, Type 45 Destroyers, Torpedoes and State of the Art Naval Radars, the projects you’ll be involved in will form the backbone of the Royal Navy for decades to come. We are seeking individuals with potential supervisory capability and mechanical design engineering competence to carry out, control and manage electro-mechanical system designs for the Spearfish Torpedo upgrade. Join us as a Senior Mechanical Engineer (Design) and you’ll find we offer a wealth of career options and training. As a Senior Mechanical Engineer (Design), you will be responsible for the technical leadership of a small team of Engineers who are responsible for the design, development and support of electro-mechanical systems and sub systems to meet business needs for the Spearfish Torpedo upgrade. Your main responsibilities as a Senior Mechanical Engineer (Design): Acting on behalf of the Mechanical Design Leader to co-ordinate the group activities for Torpedo Upgrade programmes Acting on behalf of the HardwareControl Account Manager as a member of the hardware development leadership team, maintaining the development schedule of activities, allocating work within the team, and monitoring progress Providing input to the monthly status reports regarding technical status and issues, cost and schedule performance and resulting trend forecasts, ensuring the achievement of key deliverables and milestones from the development activities Conducting a wide range of activities including feasibility studies, research, design, development and post design services, involving the full Engineering Lifecycle, to meet defined project or business requirements Ensuring that work is undertaken in accordance with company, safety, environmental, contractual and local business processes, standards, procedures and documentation Drafting, vetting and editing technical reports or other documents relevant to, or required by, a particular task in order to ensure that technical findings can be successfully communicated with recipients Preparing and submitting technical proposals and tenders as directed by a bid manager in order to provide costed proposals for future work Liaising with MOD establishments, test facilities, sub-contractors and customers as required to satisfy the needs of project or the business If appropriate, supervising undergraduates or young persons assigned for training to assist in the development of their knowledge and skills Your skills and qualifications as a Senior Mechanical Engineer (Design): Degree or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering or experience to offset Demonstrates the competencies required of Chartered and/or Incorporated Engineer described within the EC UK Standard for Professional Engineering Acknowledged practitioner in the broad discipline of Mechanical Engineering and its integration with others Working knowledge of some Lifecycle phases and the ability to act as an internal Design and Phase Review Assessor Competent with Microsoft Office applications, and SAP data management tool is desirable Proficient ability in use of ProEngineer 3D CAD would be advantageous This is a full time role and will be based in Broad Oak. The job grade for this role is 17 with a competitive salary offering plus benefits. Employee Referral Scheme bonus = £2,000 BAE Systems Maritime Services Our services include ship upgrades, repairs, dockyard facilities management and provision of combat systems training. Complementary to this we are also the leader in the development and support of the Royal Navy’s complex equipment such as radars, torpedoes and small boats. The 2016 arrival in Portsmouth of the Queen Elizabeth Class Aircraft Carrier demands a significant capital building programme as we reconfigure the dockyard and prepare our teams to support these iconic ships. With approximately 3,500 employees based at five UK locations and revenue of £650 million, we are proud to support the Royal Navy in global operations. BAE Systems aim to recruit the very best talent and welcomes applications from a diverse range of people, from all backgrounds and with many different skills, experience and perspectives. Inspiring Work, Inspiring People You can APPLY HERE:
  14. We are looking for a self-motivated professional R&D Manager to join this successful team working within the catering equipment (dishwashers / glasswashers) industry. Our existing product range is well established and accepted within the market place and yet we still have many opportunities to develop the existing range and introduce new products that will bring us greater success in the future. Our existing product range is electromechanical in design, although we are presently exploring the introduction of electronics into the next generation of machines. For this reason candidates will be expected to have a broad engineering background and an understanding of electronics would be a advantage. Being part of a small team this position will have a direct influence of all aspects of the product through conception, detailed design, manufacture, testing and customer satisfaction. The position of R&D manager reports to the Technical Director and sits alongside the Production Manager and Material Control Manager Future plans are for more joint ventures between Classeq and our parent company Winterhalter which will require a matrix style of management within both companies. The role will be supported by the extended R&D department at our parent company (Winterhalter). Though Classeq are part of a much larger group (Winterhalter) the actual team in Classeq (in Hixon) works autonomously for most of the time which means that this position holder will have the opportunity to work freely and contribute to real change within the products and company on a number of existing and new projects. Who we're looking for Candidates for the R&D Manager role will come from an electrical or electro-mechanical manufacturing environment and will have: • Good Electro-mechanical, electrical design experience with proven track record • Strong IT skills • Excellent documentation skills and understanding of design life cycles • Ability to communicate with customers and all external bodies professionally • Good problem solving ability • Strong managerial skills to lead and inspire product design & development meetings • Ability to work on own initiative • Some occasional travel abroad for product design and improvement meetings will be required Required skills & expertise: • Electro-mechanical Engineering • Product Design • Electrical design and legislation knowledge • Knowledge of Solidworks or similar packages • Proven project and man management skills About our client Based in Hixon, Staffordshire, Classeq find themselves well placed within the Catering Equipment market. They have a very successful existing product range. With plans to develop the existing range and introduce new products they will continue to grow and dominate this sector. What's on offer £45,000 - £50,000 + Car + Bonus + Benefits Contact For further info, apply or phone on +44 207 269 2520. Job Ref: 13390518 Your application will be sent to David Seamons. Click on the link for more information:
  15. I came across with this software application, which may be very useful, especially if you are a design engineer in the field of structural engineering. Cross Section Analysis & Design can carry out easily the analysis and design of cross sections of any material according to all major standards. Creation of Moment curvature curves, Interaction diagrams and plotting of the stress contour calculation under biaxial loads. Reinforcement design can also be performed according to AASHTO, UBC, AS 3600, IS 456, ACI 318, BS 8110, CSA A233, EC2, NZS 3101 and CP 65. It is a necessary tool for every structural design engineer. Regards, GoGe
  16. Civil Engineering Calculator with many useful tools for analysis and design is available at This free all-in-one package is including Bending moment, shear force, slope & deflection, moment of inertia, Moment distribution, fixed beam, continuous beam, overhanging beam, reinforced concrete beam etc.
  17. Interested in a career with a nationally recognized engineering corporation specializing in the design, testing and construction of medium and high voltage electric facilities? A place where you can be a part of the family and expand your knowledge and expertise? Our client seeks experienced Substation Engineers for their Chicago area and Dallas area locations in Protection & Control and one in Physical Design. The company believes in investing in their employees future and provides continued education and training in-house, fee reimbursement for maintaining professional licenses and certifications, and fully supports employee efforts toward pursuing additional licenses and certifications related to their area of expertise. If you have at least 5 years of experience (10 years is ideal) and a degree in Electrical Engineering or Electrical Technology plus proven knowledge and experience with high-voltage electrical substation components and their functions at 138KV and above, AC/DC fundamentals, 3 phase power systems, and engineering standards (NE/NESC/NEMA/IEEE/ANSI) and an interest in learning more about these opportunities, I'd love to hear from you! Contact me directly with interest or referrals at: 713-874-5819
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