Any other engineers at SciForums?

Discussion in 'Architecture & Engineering' started by Watcher, Sep 23, 2011.

  1. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Gee, that's not very racist at all.

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    You continue to amaze... are you sure it isn't somehow tied to entropy.
     
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  3. ScaryMonster I’m the whispered word. Valued Senior Member

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    Structural and Industrial Design. Also worked in Architecture.
     
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  5. Watcher Just another old creaker Registered Senior Member

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    Wow. I've been gone for a while, hard to believe there were 61 responses to this thread!

    After 9 years with a Japanese Automaker, I switched industries and am now working for a major Jet Engine manufacturer.

    Pretty late in my career to make a big change but glad I did it. Have to say I have had a blast being an engineer, but be prepared to work your ass off
    if you go down this path!
     
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    I have a degree in Mechanical Engineering, but I work in Sales and Marketing. So I guess thy doesn't constitute me as an engineer.

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  8. kmguru Staff Member

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    I got into this post today..."Generalist" usually means not so good....I have done heavy duty engineering in each area that are usually patent time. For example solutions to Rocketry or Boeing aerospace supply chain management....or heavy duty turbine blade metal configuration, or temperature measurement in extreme environment or compressor surge control or adaptive (AI Type) control system design etc... by the way, I taught primary metal to China many years ago and hence they are gone from here....and so on...

    Time to retire or help USA for next generation Manufacturing...
     
  9. kmguru Staff Member

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    This may not really work. As I learned this 30 years ago in "dirt poor China". All people can go forward. They need quality direction. And that what China got and it took this long for me to get involved in Africa. Specially Namibia - the birth place of civilization.
     
  10. sanam5511 Registered Member

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    mechanical... thermodynamics
     
  11. Watcher Just another old creaker Registered Senior Member

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    Vibration test and analysis, new products. Deal with jet engine composite blades all the time, so I guess we have some common ground.
     
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    I'm not taking any sides here but that was lol an awesome comeback.

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  13. MarkTDeNucciSr Registered Member

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    Retired structural engineer; bachelor's degree in civil engineering.
     
  14. danshawen Valued Senior Member

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    avionics / telecommunications / robotics engineer, BS physics, MS compsci
     
  15. youreyes amorphous ocean Valued Senior Member

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    do systems engineers count as engineers? cause i feel like a programmer...=/
     

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