Licensed Mechanical Engineer Models, Designs and Tests Air Purifier Technologies

2018-02-15T16:35:28+00:00

Fig. 1  Triple HEPA Filter   Licensed Mechanical Engineers Design and Model Smoke Purification Equipment Fires across the country, including Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Washington, and especially in California consume thousands of acres of forests, homes and businesses.  With smoke-filled skies make air-purifiers a necessity.  Smoke from a wildfire can travel hundreds of miles to infiltrate homes and offices.  A licensed Mechanical Engineer ( Licensed Mechanical Engineer ) models, develops and tests smoke and particle filters (Fig. 1) to effectively remove smoke from the air in your home or workplace.   We added air filters to our offices in the Silicon Valley during the height of the fires. Early Mechanical Engineers  As early as the 1600s, Mechanical Engineers and physicians decided that [...]

Licensed Mechanical Engineer Models, Designs and Tests Air Purifier Technologies 2018-02-15T16:35:28+00:00

Licensed Mechanical Engineers Design Zoo Habitats

2018-02-02T16:16:21+00:00

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 [...]

Licensed Mechanical Engineers Design Zoo Habitats 2018-02-02T16:16:21+00:00

Wind Load Calculations and Modeling

2018-02-20T12:26:27+00:00

 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 [...]

Wind Load Calculations and Modeling 2018-02-20T12:26:27+00:00

LED Lighting: Part 2, First Level Connection Challenges in LEDs

2017-05-19T14:39:59+00:00

In first level connections, mechanical engineers’ main responsibility is connecting a chip to an intermediate package, also known as a substrate.

LED Lighting: Part 2, First Level Connection Challenges in LEDs 2017-05-19T14:39:59+00:00

Finite Element Analysis: Weight Optimization for Optical Systems

2017-05-19T14:52:17+00:00

Optomechanical engineers use flexures to design optical systems to absorb thermal, stress, shock loads and weight issues.

Finite Element Analysis: Weight Optimization for Optical Systems 2017-05-19T14:52:17+00:00

LED Lighting: “Daylight, Now in a Headlight”

2017-05-19T14:57:10+00:00

LED lighting used in Audi’s Superbowl commercial showcased their headlights. Mechanical engineers address LED engineering issues, thermal management.

LED Lighting: “Daylight, Now in a Headlight” 2017-05-19T14:57:10+00:00

Hiring an Engineering Consultant or Technical Subject Matter Expert for Litigation Support

2018-02-15T16:04:45+00:00

Glew Engineering specializes in engineering consulting, with trained professionals equipped to handle your business requirements.

Hiring an Engineering Consultant or Technical Subject Matter Expert for Litigation Support 2018-02-15T16:04:45+00:00