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  1. Got my EIT, and somehow a job in software. I don't think there are any PE's even at my company, maybe in another department but probably not. Is there anything I can do to get my PE like join a part time club or something to get sign-offs? Or did I just waste a bunch of money and time?
  2. I work at a small office civil engineering firm and we use Microstation and Geopak heavily. We work as subs for DOT projects. The computers we have aren't the best and run slow. I am trying to propose to the owner we get some new computers that render our CAD work faster and load up faster. Can anyone recommend to me what would be some affordable options (preferably desktops that are already preconfigured)? Would appreciate any help.
  3. Make your mark on the most ambitious engineering project in the UK. Visit our upcoming event and discover more. Get inspired with BAE Systems We’re currently looking for talented engineers and technical designers in a diverse range of fields to join our most complex and cutting-edge submarine project to date. It’s no exaggeration to say this is the most technically advanced project in the world right now – working with machinery even more precise than the space shuttle. Recruitment Event - Tuesday 29th November at Derbyshire County Cricket Club in the Pavilion Room If you’re up for the challenge, come and meet us at our upcoming event on November 29th at Derbyshire County Cricket Club. It’s a chance to speak face-to-face about the roles available, the scope of the work and the community you’ll be part of. We’ll have members of the business there to discuss projects and opportunities on the day, available from 8am – 7pm. There is no need to register to attend, just turn up on the day for an informal discussion. About the programme This new class of submarine will operate in the most inhospitable environments on earth – protecting borders and people, strengthening nations and building stronger communities. To make that happen, we’re building a highly collaborative team of some of the most passionate and knowledgeable experts in their fields. Based at our shipyard in Barrow, it’s an environment where you’ll be trusted to deliver bold, innovative solutions to unique engineering challenges. In return, you can expect plenty of room to develop both personally and professionally – with training courses and genuine opportunities to use your design or engineering knowledge and skills to their fullest potential. It’s a 20-year project, making this a chance to make real contributions across a long-term and highly specialist career. What’s more, you could also build relationships while working directly with our partners, including highly reputed global engineering brands. What we’re looking for This team will be staffed by engineers and designers in a wide range of areas and at all levels. So whether you’re an experienced professional or a recent graduate, if you’re truly passionate about contributing to the next generation of marine technology, we could have a role for you. Ideally, you’ll have some marine engineering or design expertise – but we’re also interested in aviation, nuclear, automotive, oil and gas specialists. Roles will be available in: Electrical Engineering – Power, Control and Instrumentation disciplines Mechanical Engineering – Platform Systems General Design Engineering Structural (Hull) Designers – range of roles from Primary Structures to Outfit Human Factors Training Needs Analysis Safety Engineering Operability Engineering Software and Information Assurance Roles in the Product Lifecycle Management Competency Centre in Information Management & Technology Why join us You’ll be directly responsible for the most advanced technical platform on the planet, and by design, most people will never even see it. But that doesn’t mean your contributions won’t be acknowledged. You’ll be in a culture that recognises success and celebrates achievement. That starts with constant development opportunities and the trust to apply your talents to the fullest – as well as opportunities for flexible working. Get inspired. Meet the team, discuss your future and see what you can do for the next generation of submarines. If you would like to register your interest for these types of roles, please click here: https://express.candarine.com/campaign/url/forward/1db1432c0550
  4. We have a file that is crashing Revit 2016 midway through the export to RISA, using the RISA-Revit Link. All software is on the same machine and update to the latest version. I am currently working with RISA and Revit support departments. Any advice?
  5. This might be more a legal question, but maybe someone here can help. My employer, or specifically IT, appear to have the policy of telling us to use trial/freeware versions of some software if available e.g. Sketchup. These are of course specifically not allowed for commercial use per the EULA. The reasoning being it's highly unlike we'll get caught, which is probably true. It would probably be very bad PR, fines, and lawsuits if we did, but that's not my business. And I honestly don't care. However, if I follow this policy and say use free version of Sketchup am I liable in any way if we do get caught? Could I personally be fined? Could my PE license be at risk? Should I refuse to do it? Or perhaps demand that IT specifically tell me in writing/email that I should use unlicensed versions so I have a written record in case something happens? Whether that would even be worth anything I don't know. Thanks.
  6. Hey guys, Thought you structural engineers might find this handy if you waned to create your own problems, solve them and then check answers against a known value. Here are some free calculators that may be useful for you all: Truss Calculator - calculates the reactions and internal axial member forces of 2D trusses Beam Calculator - bending moment, shear force and reactions of a 1D beam Frame Calculator - bending moment, shear force and reactions of a 2D frame Moment of Inertia Calculator - calculates Area moment of inertia, centroid and section modulus to name a few. Hope it helps!
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