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Engineers Help with Hurricane Flood Issues and New Technology Advances GalleryEngineering Consulting, Expert Witness, Futuristic Dash Panel, Licensed Mechanical Engineer, Material Engineer, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Consulting, Mechanical Engineers, Safety, Technology, Uncategorized, Wind Power
New technology in Hurricane Flood/Wind Issues are helping with predicting the severity and where exactly they will hit.
Engineers Develop Exoskeleton, Paralyzed Can Walk. GalleryDesign, Electrical Engineering, Energy Efficiency, Engineering Consulting, Expert Witness, Licensed Mechanical Engineer, Material Engineer, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineers, Technology, Uncategorized
Still pricier than motorized wheelchairs, exoskeleton weighs just 27 pounds and is custom-fit to the user’s body.
Part 2: Business Engineers : 7 Things to Consider, Before Investing in a Personal Robot GalleryCAD, Design, District Courts, Electrical Engineering, Energy Efficiency, Engineering Consulting, Futuristic Dash Panel, Heat transfer, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineers, Semiconductor, Technology, Uncategorized
So you’ve made the decision, robotics process automation (RPA) is for your business. You’ve winnowed down a list of suitable vendors and are ready to start some serious shopping. Great. But before you plunge right in, there are some final things to consider. The following is a list of questions for would-be buyers to which they should give serious thought to before moving forward. They range from the existential — what role will your employees play as RPA expands within your organization? To the practical, such as training time frames. 1. RPA Tool Selection is Less Important Than You Think The actual tool itself is not that important for most companies, especially those that are just starting with RPA. What [...]
Part 2: Self-driving Cars Expand the Fight Over Airwaves GalleryElectrical Engineering, Finite Element Analysis, Futuristic Dash Panel, Material Engineer, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineers, Safety, Space Exploration : Mars, Uncategorized
Engineers Say Public is Hungry for More Wi-Fi Capacity, the telecom industry is looking to snatch control of underutilized airwaves reserved for the auto industry. But this is coming just as carmakers begin to make progress on developing and adopting technologies for connected and autonomous cars that currently rely on that spectrum. The Big Picture: Tech and telecom companies have been fighting for years over spectrum to support exploding demand for mobile services and smartphones. Automakers have had exclusive access to a band of spectrum for almost 20 years but haven't done much with it, prompting telecom providers to argue, "Use it or lose it." The Dilemma: Some safety advocates and automakers worry that commercial Wi-Fi will interfere [...]
Part 1: Mechanical Engineers Say Driverless Cars are the “New Talk of the Town” GalleryCAD, Design, Energy Efficiency, Expert Witness, Licensed Mechanical Engineer, Material Engineer, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering Consulting, Mechanical Engineers, Technology, Thermal Management, Uncategorized
Major giants inside the automobile industry have already show cased few of their self-driving car technology and many car companies aim to roll out production vehicles with driverless capabilities by 2020. In just a few years, industry experts expect fully autonomous vehicles to follow the trendThe implications autonomous driving will have on insurance matters and legal outcomes of accidents is just one grey area to be explored as we move towards a more automated future. Experts are making some big claims about the future impacts of driverless cars. Before they arrive, check out the comprehensive pros and cons list. Advantages of Driverless Cars Without the need for a driver, cars could become mini-leisure rooms. There would be more [...]
Part 2 – Mechanical Engineers Recommend 7 Features on ‘New Age” Refrigerators GalleryCombined Heat Power, Design, Energy Efficiency, Engineering Consulting, Heat transfer, Licensed Mechanical Engineer, Material Engineer, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineers, Technology, Thermal Management, Uncategorized
Mechanical Engineers Update Tomorrow’s Refrigerator: Here are Your Choices Black Board Models Black board models are ideal for young families. Shopping list, school timetable and forthcoming doctors' appointments – all readily visible because they are stuck to the door of a refrigerator using fridge magnets. A black board fridge-freezer is a more stylish way of displaying your messages and reminders as you can write directly on the door using school chalk or liquid chalk markers. The black board material makes it easy to wipe away the writing. 2. Glass Fronts New fridge models are doing away with handles. These sleek units offer seamless visual integration with handle-less cabinetry design. Models with glossy glass surfaces in brilliant white [...]
Mechanical Engineers Say Proper Ventilation is Crucial for Your Small Business GalleryElectrical Engineering, Engineering Consulting, Expert Witness, Licensed Mechanical Engineer, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineers, Thermal Management, Uncategorized
Engineers Explain How Good Ventilation Helps Your Business We’ll start with a fact that often startles people: (indoor air quality is a major health threat in the country). According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the air quality inside buildings is often 3 to 4 times worse than the air outside. This goes against what most people think air pollution is like— fumes from cars and smoke stacks casting dark clouds over cities. Heavy wall insulation, tightly fitted, non-opening windows ( Window Efficiency ), and commercial synthetic carpeting in modern buildings allows for the rapid build-up of contaminants inside without the chance to escape. Proper ventilation in your business that was designed by a licensed mechanical engineer(Licensed Mechanical Engineer ), is a key [...]
Semiconductor Worldwide: Samsung Takes Over GalleryDesign, Electrical Engineering, Energy Efficiency, Engineering Consulting, Finite Element Analysis, Heat transfer, Holiday, Licensed Mechanical Engineer, Mechanical Engineers, Semiconductor, Thermal Management, Uncategorized
Samsung topples Intel as top dog semiconductor market share Gartner beancounters say price rises driven by memory shortages propelled Samsung into the lead based on semiconductor vendor revenue, vaulting past Intel and its CPUs. The largest memory supplier, Samsung Electronics, gained the most semiconductor market share and took the No. 1 position from Intel – the first time Intel has been toppled since 1992. Memory accounted for more than two-thirds of all semiconductor revenue growth in 2017, and became the largest semiconductor category. DRAM prices rose 44 per cent from 2016 to 2017, and NAND flash prices went up 17 per cent year-over-year for the first time. (See Figure Below) A Gartner table provides the numeric nitty-gritty [...]
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The entertainment industry relies on "entertainment engineers," e.g. mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, and others for standards https://www.smpte.org. Perhaps more importantly, the movie industry requires Licensed Mechanical Engineers to safely innovate and amaze. Film sets are complex physical productions, most of which are not digital special effects. The film industry utilizes Licensed Mechanical Engineers to create complex props and various special effects that move, exploded, burn, and fly. The mechanical engineers specializes in designing and making a wide range of mechanical devices that fulfill a specific purpose for the film or set they are engaged, or modify available technology to quickly achieve stupendous results. Licensed Mechanical Engineers also help in structural aspects of heaving rigging, such as lighting (See above Fig. 1 [...]
A Mechanical Engineer Designs Ways to Give Your Canine Friend a Lift Up A Mechanical Engineer designs ways to give your "Best Friend" easy access to your vehicle and different higher surfaces. Read more to find out what kind of options are available for your dog. A properly sized and installed dog ramp eases a dog's boarding dilemmas. Ramps are divided into several categories: folding, telescoping, fixed, moveable and those that are stored under the back bumper of a car. This article describes the different types of dog ramps available and the engineering required to properly design them. Fig. 1 Mechanical Engineers Design Easy Car Access for Dogs Mechanical Design, Materials Science, Weight, and Ease [...]
Licensed Mechanical Engineers Help You Ditch Suburbia Licensed Mechanical Engineers Ensure Vehicle Safety and Comfort The recreational vehicle industry (Fig. 1) is flourishing. People can use their RVs full time part, part time or travel the country for months at a time. A Licensed Mechanical Engineer (Licensed Mechanical Engineers Role in Manufacturing) makes certain that travel is safe and comfortable at the same time, without missing out on the comforts of home and your favorite kitchen. (Fig. 2) Recreational vehicles' kitchens are designed with adequate ventilation to ensure that no fires occur. Across that spectrum, the RV industry is enjoying an unprecedented growth. Who are these RVers? They love the beauty and solace of being outdoors, abiding [...]
Animal Prosthetics are a widely varying field with many different interfaces. Licensed Mechanical Engineers add immense insight into material selections, gearing, wear, and vibration response. From disease prevention (heating, ventilation, hospital room design) to surgical tools, mechanical engineering has vastly changed the art of healing sick and injured animals. A Licensed Mechanical Engineer can develop a variety of apparatus' for the Animal Kingdom to increase mobility. Animal prosthetics are a relatively new phenomenon, and their technology is improving at a rapid pace. Animal Prosthetics are Designed by Licensed Mechanical Engineers Animal Prosthetics are a widely varying field with many different interfaces. Licensed Mechanical Engineers add immense insight into material selections, gearing, wear, and vibration response. An actuated prothetic [...]
Licensed Mechanical Engineers Design Zoo Habitats Licensed Mechanical Engineers with Innovative Ideas Licensed Mechanical Engineers design habitats for Zoo Animals (see: Licensed Mechanical Engineers) accommodating all animals large and small. Zoo care is a booming industry since the past decade. Mechanical Engineers with innovative ideas can create sanctuaries for wildlife conservation. Architects design the Facility Aesthetics of the Zoo. Engineers keep the animals and public safe, and design technical aspects of the zoo enclosures. Licensed Mechanical Engineers build habitats for animals using the most updated technical information available. Engineers ensure that the animal is content and cannot escape from its new habitat. Guests have a viewing area without encroaching the animals' personal space. Mechanical Engineers need information such as how [...]
Wind Load Comparison between CFD and ASCE 7 for Rooftop shapes Welcome back to our blog series on the phenomenon called Wind Load CFD Modeling and how it affects civil and mechanical engineers. Wind Load is the force that blowing wind exerts on any device or structure that extends above ground level. After an initial introduction to the factors that affect wind load on an object, I compared three different sets of wind load calculation methods using three simple objects, hypothetically placed on a 100-foot-tall building. Starting with generic drag equation for the first equation, added two modification coefficients called "gust factor" and "exposure coefficient" for the second equation. I used the model for rooftop objects for the [...]
Part 1 of our Wind Load Series “Wind load” is a calculated value representing the total force on a structure or object cause by pressure from wind moving over it. In this blog series, we will discuss different methods for wind load calculations, the factors that influence its magnitude, and the effects a high wind load can have on a structure. Wind load is most commonly addressed by civil and structural engineers when designing buildings, but mechanical engineers can encounter the effect when designing tall objects like cranes, telescoping communications masts or wind turbine towers. Wind Load Essentials As a force, wind load is the product of pressure distributed over an area (psf times ft2 or Pa times m2). In [...]
Conduction and Radiation of Thermal Energy In my last blog post, I wrote about the conduction and radiation of thermal energy through windows and the thermal transmittance value, called the U-Factor, that characterizes that heat transfer. The U-factor is useful in evaluating window performance and making wise decisions when specifying components for a building, but it is only one piece of the puzzle. The National Fenestration Research Council (NFRC) mandates a second value alongside U-factor in its certification process, called the Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC). SHGC represents the ability of a window to resist heat gain from radiation, like the sunlight in Figure 1. This is obviously a challenge, given that the entire point [...]
Materials Science News: 2-D Phosphorus-The Future for Solar Cells? GalleryElectrical Engineering, Energy Efficiency, Engineering Consulting, Material Engineer, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineers, Templates
Materials science research shows that 2-dimensional phosphorus could be the future for the semiconductor industry.