'I did not want that, because I wanted to get 'down and dirty;' [that is,] to do what mechanical engineers
do,' she disclosed.
Now, more than 100 years since the invention of the steam engine and the development of rail transportation, American industry is still looking to mechanical engineers
to apply their expertise to a broad range of technological challenges in the 90s.
We mechanical engineers
occasionally give in to a chorus of non-mechanical engineers, who downplay our role in society.
"Hopefully I can get a permanent position at Caterpillar in the future, and with the resurgence in companies wanting skilled workers such as mechanical engineers
and it would be fantastic if I can be part of that resurgence."
The students began the new term with a talk by Denis Healy of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers
The mechanical engineer
, indeed, plays an important role in making our lives comfortable and efficient.
Tutor: Bill Eccles is a consultant mechanical engineer
with 30 years experience in mechanical engineering with the last 16 specialising in bolted joint technology and analysis.
The self-adjusting machine could adapt because its computer software includes a novel algorithm, explains mechanical engineer
and team leader Hod Lipson of Cornell University.
Waring, a registered professional mechanical engineer
, has 12 years experience specializing in commercial and military aviation fueling systems.
Second, it is easier to teach polymer chemistry to a mechanical engineer
than to teach engineering to a chemist.
Now in tribute to the structural engineer, the Most Promising Mechanical Engineer
Award has been set up by PD and MS Energy, in association with the North Eastern Region of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers