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  1. Augmented Reality (AR) is an emerging computer technology that seamlessly blends the real world and computer-generated virtual objects. This revolutionizing technology is changing is rapidly changing the Mechanical Engineering field. Please click here for more details.
  2. Hi guys! This is my first post on, and I'm here to take advice on what I can do to improve my chances of passing the next FE Exam. I took it two times: first time in September (a month after graduating with a degree in Mechanical Engineering) and the second time in November. I happened to fail both times. For the first time, I studied for only 1 month or so. I only used the FE Mechanical Review Manual (2014) by Michael R. Lindeburg for the first attempt, and I pretty much went over every section in it. I also did not do any practice exam. Then I failed, so for the second time, I decided to use the same review manual and along with that, I took an online Fundamentals of Engineering Exam review course on Coursera. I used the FE Mechancial Review Manual along with the online course. I also took a practice FE exam about 3-4 days before the exam. I took the exam, and I failed again. I looked over my diagnostic reports, and I noticed that I did slighlty better on my second attempt. I was at or above average for three sections on my second attempt while on my first exam I was above average for only one section. On both exams though, the last section (Mechanical Design and Analysis) was a complete disaster for me as I couldn't get any of the questions right. I probably spent too much time trying to solve the other questions, and then couldn't get any time to properly solve the mechanical design and analysis problems. Could this be the reason I failed? I'll put my diagnostic reports here so that you guys can get an idea of how I did on both times. What sections shoud I focus on? What kind of resources did you use to pass the FE Exam? Please let me know, and thanks in advance!
  3. Hey my name is John Kennedy. I graduated from the University of Arkansas in the Spring of 2016 with a BS in Biomedical Engineering with Pre-Med distinctions. I hold minors in English, History, and Mathematics. While attending University I contributed part time as an Undergraduate Research Assistant in the development of optical imaging instrumentation and biomarkers for cancer diagnosis and monitoring tumor response to therapy. My first position out of University I held the role of Engineer/Designer for Advanced Lightening Technologies in Dallas Texas. I lead a team focused on R&D of advanced lightning protection systems using CAD and scale model simulations. I decided to move back to Arkansas to take the position of Principle Design Engineer for R&R Solutions in Gravette Arkansas. I oversaw all engineering projects, and custom design projects from the initial concept to the production run. I was let go from R&R after a very successful run with a few major companies. After that I took the position of design engineer for Berkley Industries where I was until 3 weeks ago. My primary focus is developing new and innovative mechanical and Industrial devices for a myriad of clients for a variety of needs. Basically, I've been in the field for around a year an a half an I'm now probably the only unemployed engineer around. I'm always looking for new opportunities and I really look forward to getting to know the people on the forum along with helping anyone I can with any problem they are having in their respective field. John
  4. It's my exams time and i want to download short mechanical engineering notes for my exams so please tell me where can i get it.
  5. US Steel is hiring Maintenance Managers for our Gary Works site in Northern Indiana. Current opportunities include mechanical, electrical, facilities and utilities maintenance. The company offers a full benefits package, relocation assistance, competitive salaries, safe work environment, growth opportunities and paid overtime. Minimum Requirements: - At least 2 years of supervisory experience in industrial/manufacturing environments - Hands on troubleshooting experience If you are interested, please contact me through PM or at: 484-367-2363
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