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  • Electrical Engineer

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    dkennedy@rlrpc.com
    9 Apr 2015 | 10:01 am
    Robertson Loia Roof has been ranked as one of the top architectural firms for 23 years running as listed in Atlanta Business Chronicle’s “Top 25 Architectural Firms” and has designed nearly $6 Billion in projects across numerous sectors. Our clients appreciate our full in-house services encompassing each of the disciplines necessary for architectural and engineering design. One characteristic that makes RLR’s service different is the 11+ year average length of our design professionals’ internal working relationships. The successful applicant should have BS EE or EET. The position…
  • Senators introduce bill to expand Buy America law

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    24 Apr 2015 | 7:20 am
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  • DC Schools Rise to the Head of the Class

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    26 Apr 2015 | 9:00 pm
    DC Public Schools and the DC Dept of General Services surpass high standards to deliver world-class facilities.
  • Team develops faster, higher quality 3-D camera

    Engineering News -- ScienceDaily
    24 Apr 2015 | 6:31 pm
    Inspired by the Microsoft Kinect and the human eye, scientists have developed an inexpensive 3-D camera that can be used in any environment to produce high-quality images.
  • BASF Celebrates Chemistry In Style

    Chemical & Engineering News: Latest News
    24 Apr 2015 | 11:57 am
    Celebration of German giant’s 150th anniversary is punctuated by stark speech from German Chancellor Angela Merkel
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  • Electrical Engineer

    dkennedy@rlrpc.com
    9 Apr 2015 | 10:01 am
    Robertson Loia Roof has been ranked as one of the top architectural firms for 23 years running as listed in Atlanta Business Chronicle’s “Top 25 Architectural Firms” and has designed nearly $6 Billion in projects across numerous sectors. Our clients appreciate our full in-house services encompassing each of the disciplines necessary for architectural and engineering design. One characteristic that makes RLR’s service different is the 11+ year average length of our design professionals’ internal working relationships. The successful applicant should have BS EE or EET. The position…
  • Mid- or Senior-Level Environmental Engineer or Scientist

    IntegralConsulting
    8 Apr 2015 | 2:37 pm
    Integral Consulting Inc.www.integral-corp.com) is a national science and engineering firm providing multidisciplinary services in the fields of environmental science and engineering, health, ecology, aquatic sciences, geology and hydrology, atmospheric science, and environmental chemistry. We are currently seeking a Mid- or Senior-Level Environmental Scientist or Engineer for our San Francisco, CA or Larkspur, CA offices. Responsibilities of this position will include conducting site inspections related to California’s industrial and construction stormwater general permits; evaluating and…
  • Electrical Engineer II

    bradley
    6 Dec 2011 | 9:39 pm
    PEAK Technical Services, Inc. require a “Electrical Engineer II” in Lansdale, PA: Engineer II Position: Electrical Engineer IIType: DirectLocation: Lansdale, PA Electrical Engineers II Job… of engineers, design engineers, and design engineers… jobs by
  • Process Engineer

    bradley
    6 Dec 2011 | 9:39 pm
    PEAK Technical Services, Inc. require a “Process Engineer” in Blue Bell, PA: technical employment of engineers, design engineers, and design engineers in connection with opportunities… words: process engineer, process, engineer, process… jobs by
  • Sr. Project Engineer

    bradley
    6 Dec 2011 | 9:39 pm
    Advantage Technical Resourcing require a “Sr. Project Engineer” in Hauppauge, NY: The Senior Project Engineer owns the product line… Senior Project Engineer position requires a minimum of a BS degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering… jobs by
 
 
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  • Team develops faster, higher quality 3-D camera

    24 Apr 2015 | 6:31 pm
    Inspired by the Microsoft Kinect and the human eye, scientists have developed an inexpensive 3-D camera that can be used in any environment to produce high-quality images.
  • Picture this: Graphene brings 3-D holograms clearer and closer

    24 Apr 2015 | 7:54 am
    From mobile phones and computers to television, cinema and wearable devices, the display of full-color, wide-angle, 3-D holographic images is moving ever closer to fruition.
  • Revolutionary discovery leads to invention of new 'building blocks'

    23 Apr 2015 | 11:28 am
    Taking a revolutionary 'building blocks' approach, a research team has invented a new thinking pathway in the design and synthesis of macromolecules by creating an original class of giant tetrahedra. Through a reaction called 'click chemistry,' these tetrahedron building blocks can then be precisely manipulated to unite with other tetrahedrons.
  • Nanotech-enabled moisturizer speeds healing of diabetic skin wounds

    23 Apr 2015 | 7:26 am
    A new high-tech but simple ointment applied to the skin may one day help diabetic patients heal stubborn and painful ulcers on their feet, Northwestern University researchers report. They are the first to develop a topical gene regulation technology that speeds the healing of ulcers in diabetic animals. The scientists combined spherical nucleic acids with a common commercial moisturizer to create a way to topically knock down a gene known to interfere with wound healing.
  • Examining Einstein: Precise experiments using lasers and clocks in space

    23 Apr 2015 | 5:52 am
    Albert Einstein tells us that clocks run slower the deeper they are in the gravitational potential well of a mass – the closer they are to a heavenly body, for example. This effect is described by General Relativity Theory as the gravitational red shift – it is detectable in spectral lines that shift toward the red end of the spectrum. General Relativity Theory also predicts that the rates of all clocks are equally influenced by gravitation independent of how these clocks are physically or technically constructed. However, more recent theories of gravitation allow for the possibility that…
 
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  • Charges against Denver teacher dismissed

    Jyllian Kemsley
    13 Apr 2015 | 4:30 am
    Last fall, a Denver teacher, Daniel Powell, was charged with four counts of misdemeanor assault after a classroom fire seriously burned a student. Powell had lit a small pool of methanol to demonstrate its flame properties, then tried to add more methanol from a 4 L container, Chemical Safety & Hazard Investigation Board investigators said in September. The fire flashed back into the container, then jetted out to hit the student in the chest. Other students sitting nearby were also injured. The charges against Powell have been dropped, says Lynn Kimbrough, communications director for the…
  • Journal of Chemical Health & Safety, March-April issue

    Jyllian Kemsley
    9 Apr 2015 | 4:30 am
    Here’s what’s in the March-April issue of the Journal of Chemical Health & Safety: Editorial: ACS’s Lackluster Safety Leadership; by Harry J. Elston Assessing general ventilation effectiveness in the laboratory; by Ralph Stuart, Ellen Sweet, and Aaron Batchelder (Cornell University) Investigation of criticality safety control infraction data at a nuclear facility; by Michael E. Cournoyer, James F. Merhege, David A. Costa, Blair M. Art, and David C. Gubernatis (Los Alamos National Laboratory) The “Salon Safety Quiz” for pre-/post-evaluation assessment when training…
  • Process Safety newsletters

    Jyllian Kemsley
    7 Apr 2015 | 4:30 am
    From AIChE’s Center for Chemical Process Safety, the Process Safety Beacons for the last few months: Bhopal – The Worst Industrial Disaster in History – “Take some time this month to learn about the incident, and what it means to you in your job.” What is the Process Risk? – “You should be aware of all process risks in your plant, and your role in managing all of those process risks.” Who are All These People?” – “Too many people in the area, whether the control room or the plant, can be a distraction, causing bad decisions…
  • Teaching laboratory chemical safety

    Jyllian Kemsley
    2 Apr 2015 | 4:30 am
    A guest post by Ralph Stuart, secretary of the ACS Division of Chemical Health & Safety. Last week’s DCHAS symposium on Safety in Undergraduate Teaching included several interesting presentations on effective ways of teaching lab safety, particularly chemical risk assessment, for both undergraduates and incoming graduate students. It was heartening to hear about class safety efforts that went beyond a focus on personal protective equipment to include teaching the logic of safety rules in the class lab and how these change as the work being conducted changes. The impact of this approach…
  • #Chemsafety presentations from #ACSDenver

    Jyllian Kemsley
    31 Mar 2015 | 4:30 am
    The ACS Division of Chemical Safety has done its usual post-meeting public service and posted most of the slides from its symposia on marijuana and undergraduate teaching in Denver. I enjoyed and learned (different things!) from both sessions. Related Posts:#Chemsafety slides posted for #ACSPhilly#Chemsafety programming at #ACSDenverProtecting a global lab workforce#Chemsafety at #ACSSanFran#Chemsafety scalability, sustainability, and transferability
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    Engineering Ethics Blog

  • West Two Years Later: The Cause Above Everything

    20 Apr 2015 | 4:18 am
    Today, impossible heroes and implausible villains are to be found mainly in video games, but back in the 1930s, one of the largest-selling series of adventure books for boys was based around a young inventor character named Tom Swift.  Great literature it was not, but there was plenty of action, the good guys were always good, and the bad guys were really bad, although sometimes it was hard to tell what they were being bad about.  I particularly remember the closing scene of one book in which, after Tom foils a complicated attempt by an evildoer to wreak havoc on an entire city, the…
  • Explosions are Bad for Business: PG&E's $1.6 Billion Fine

    13 Apr 2015 | 4:27 am
    Back in 1956, the California utility company Pacific Gas & Electric laid a new gas pipeline, designated "132", to supply the growing needs of San Francisco and cities to its south along the peninsula.  The 30-inch-diameter pipeline's sections were welded together, and in one length near the town of San Bruno, a lengthwise seam was welded in one section.For many years, the pipeline carried natural gas northward to San Francisco and surrounding communities, and as the population grew, PG&E increased the pressure the pipeline carried so as to keep up with growing demand.  In…
  • Airline Pilots as Human Infrastructure: Neglect At Your Peril

    6 Apr 2015 | 3:49 am
    By now, enough information has emerged from the March 24 crash of a Germanwings plane in the French Alps to show that the co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, deliberately flew the plane into the ground after waiting for the pilot to leave the cockpit and locking him out.  Data from the flight's recently recovered "black box" showed that Lubitz sped up the plane's descent in the moments before it flew into a mountain in the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board.  It also appears that Lubitz suffered from depression and was suppressing information about his condition from his…
  • A Bridge Too Close

    29 Mar 2015 | 6:12 pm
    Construction accidents that lead to loss of life are always tragic, but it's unusual that anyone other than construction workers are killed or injured in them.  When hazards to the public are involved, most construction organizations take extra precautions to make sure that public safety isn't jeopardized by potentially dangerous operations or conditions.  Last week, a freak accident at a construction site came uncomfortably close to turning me into a statistic, but instead picked off another unfortunate member of the public whose safety engineers are supposed to protect.Most new…
  • Blue About Blue: Health Hazards of Nighttime Light

    23 Mar 2015 | 4:23 am
    A few years ago I was having trouble sleeping.  My wife, who at the time was editing a breast-cancer blog, told me about the connection between blue light and the body's 24-hour circadian rhythm, which dictates all sorts of things ranging from when you get sleepy to what your levels of stress hormones are.  It turns out that in addition to the rod and cone cells in the eye used for vision, there are special retina cells that send timekeeping signals to the entire body, based simply on the presence or absence of blue light.  During most of mankind's existence, blue light…
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  • The van that goes looking for potholes

    16 Apr 2015 | 10:28 pm
    A team from Northeastern University has a very interesting van used for quantitatively assessing pavement condition using a variety of sensors. They use cameras, laser profilers, accelerometers on axles, pressure sensors in the tires, microphones, and even ground penetrating radar. The researchers reportedly characterized pavement condition of 150 miles of road in 4 days in Beverly, Massachussets, a task that took public employees about 1 year the last time it was performed, in 2010. The cost of the survey was around $25,000. The technology is expected to be commercialized this month.
  • Ohio Highway Closed by House-Sided Boulder

    16 Apr 2015 | 10:16 pm
    Not too much to say about this, but check out the photo. The entire westbound portion of US Highway 52 near the Ohio River was closed last week as a house-sized boulder and other rockfall debris landed on the roadway. Crews anticipated it would take several days to clear the material and reopen the road. [Source: WLWT News via USGS Landslide Events. Image: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet via WLWT]
  • Introducing the LS™250 MiniSonic™, a Versatile Compact Sonic Rig

    14 Apr 2015 | 4:49 am
    SALT LAKE CITY, April 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Boart Longyear (www.BoartLongyear.com), the world's leading provider of integrated drilling services and drilling products, is proud to introduce the LS™250 MiniSonic™, a compact rig suitable for a wide variety of environmental, geotechnical, water and mining projects. Capable of drilling to depths of up to 250 feet (78m) when used with 4.75 inch (121mm) casing, the wide 600mm rubber tracks provide low ground pressure (.28 bar/4psi) and make it perfect for jobs in the most sensitive and fragile terrains. Plus, its smaller footprint…
  • New FHWA Soil Nail Manual Addresses LRFD, Hollow Bars

    12 Apr 2015 | 9:05 pm
    Since March of 2003, the FHWA’s Geotechnical Engineering Circular Number 7 (GEC No. 7) has been the standard reference document for design and construction of soil nail retaining walls in roadway applications, and really in all applications. The FHWA has released an updated version of this manual as of February of 2015.  This new version is still called GEC No. 7, but now titled “Soil Nail Walls Reference Manual.”  You can download the document from the FHWA’s Geotechnical Engineering website. I am still in the process of working through the manual, but one…
  • Major Slope Failure at Yeager Airport in West Virginia

    16 Mar 2015 | 4:29 am
    There was a significant slope failure at the Yeager Airport near Charleston, West Virginia last week. A 2005 project to create an Engineered Material Arresting System (EMAS) at the end of the runway required a massive reinforced soil structure fill slope over 200 feet high since the airport was constructed on top of a hill. According to a presentation published by the geogrid manufacturer, this project was the tallest known geosynthetic reinforced 1:1 fill slope in North America (as of 2010). The slope failure follows a period of significant snow melt and rainfall. It is a deep-seated…
 
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  • TATA Nano GenX Easy Shift [Pictures] Getting Ready For May 2015 Launch

    26 Apr 2015 | 9:01 am
    A lot of buzz got around as TATA initiated a campaign called # WeTheNanoGen as it was prepping to take the wraps off the latest variant of its people's car, now called, GenX TATA Nano. Though the car is set to be launched in May 2015 (2nd May being a probable date), the company has revealed its images via their social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter. The new facelift version of Nano is called the 2015 GenX Nano Easy Shift and it is slated to feature (AMT) Automated Manual... TATA Nano GenX Easy Shift [Pictures] Getting Ready For May 2015 Launch
  • Gecko inspired tiny robots move stuff 100x their weight

    26 Apr 2015 | 6:47 am
    Engineers at the Stanford University in California have designed tiny robots that can move stuff about 100x their own weight. These new tiny, yet super-powered robots will be showcased at the International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Seattle (ICRA 2015). Robotics engineers deriving inspiration from nature is not very new. At CrazyEngineers, we've been following... Gecko inspired tiny robots move stuff 100x their weight
  • New 4D Printing Tech Will Leave You In Awe As It Uses 'Time' As 4th Dimension

    26 Apr 2015 | 5:02 am
    As the world still remains spellbound about the exciting new applications in the world of 3D Printing, here's an awesome innovation from University of Wollongong & ACES researchers that has potential to stir a great revolution in the field of additive manufacturing. Called '4D Printing', the new research work talks about using external stimuli such as water or heat for changing the shape of a 3D printed object after it's completely produced. Since the shift in shape is done post production,... New 4D Printing Tech Will Leave You In Awe As It Uses 'Time' As…
  • MCA passout looking for a job

    26 Apr 2015 | 4:37 am
    Good Morning all, i know this website is for Engineers but its the most helpful website i have ever seen. I have completed my MCA in 2014 but didnt got any job yet. I have secured throughout 60% in my curriculum(10th=71.20%,12th=65.33%,graduation=69.97%,PG=64.05%). its almost a year since passout,i am really worried for job. plz plz guide me wht should i do now, to go for cdac or keep hunting the job?
  • How to get onsite opportunities? Should I join MNC?

    26 Apr 2015 | 4:35 am
    can any one plz suggest me how to get onsite oppurtinities? m not working in any MNC`s Companies m working in statup company i have more than 1 year experience. so plz guide me which move i should give prefer for to get onsite job oppurtunities?
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    Machine Design

  • The Engineering Basics of Slide Bushings

    28 Apr 2015 | 7:32 am
    Sponsored by NB Corporation Slide bushings give designers an economical way to support linearly moving shafts that are moderately loaded and reduce friction allowing for ease of movement. read more
  • Maintenance Free Linear Motion

    27 Apr 2015 | 7:47 am
    Sponsored by IKO Various takes on maintenance free linear guides and ways have been around for years now, but not all of them are created equal. Some focus on achieving the longest possible maintenance free intervals. Others focus on adding read more
  • Linear Motion For Packaging Machines

    27 Apr 2015 | 7:46 am
    Sponsored by IKO In the productivity-driven packaging industry, there are many possible sources of downtime. You can eliminate many of them by selecting failure... read more
  • Linear Guides For The Next Generation Of Medical Machines

    27 Apr 2015 | 7:10 am
    Sponsored by IKO Not too long ago, the motion systems used in medical and lab automation equipment had technical requirements that were easy to satisfy. These lightly loaded applications generally read more
  • Engineering: The Key to Untold Riches?

    24 Apr 2015 | 1:47 pm
    More people in the list of the world’s 100 richest people hold engineering degrees than any other degree, according to a study by Approved Index, a business-to-business buying platform. Content Classification:  Curated A Skeptical Engineer read more
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  • Isolation system manages cargo kinetic energy

    Jennifer Calhoon
    24 Apr 2015 | 4:32 pm
    Norwegian oil company Statoil’s Gudrun Platform operates in the North Sea’s Gudrun field. The platform operates cranes for around-the-clock cargo handling. As crane operators hoist supplies from ships to the platform, containers (some weighing as much as 8,000 kg) can move toward the Gudron Platform at 3 m/sec. The barriers’ design allows them to absorb impact energy several times greater than past designs. “Moving equipment from a supply ship onto an offshore platform in difficult conditions requires a highly engineered system of shocks and dampers,” said Tomm Kuran, sales manager…
  • Cable and hose carrier installations made easy

    Jennifer Calhoon
    24 Apr 2015 | 4:27 pm
    Mark Cunningham • Sales Manager • Gortrac Division Mark Zanolla • Engineering Manager • Gortrac Division Dynatect Manufacturing, Inc. • New Berlin • Wisxonsin Nylatrac carrier system is pre-loaded on reels for easier shipping, handling, storage and quick installation Cable and hose carriers may be installed as a component on new or existing equipment, but it is often possible to simplify and expedite their installation with a complete turn-key assembly from the manufacturer. Such an assembly may incorporate other system components that include the hoses or cables, fittings,…
  • Electric throttle actuators increase efficiency and user comfort

    Jennifer Calhoon
    24 Apr 2015 | 4:18 pm
    Modern electronic diesel engines use ultra-low sulphur fuel and have sophisticated fuel management systems that include integrated throttle control. Use of these engines results in machines with greater efficiency, enhanced functionality, increased operator safety and reduced carbon emissions. In regions where emissions are highly regulated, they offer a solution to meet the equivalent of Tier 4F (Stage 4) emissions level. However, these benefits come at a cost and electronic engines may not be competitively viable in certain applications or geographical regions. Traditional mechanical diesel…
 
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  • National Library Week (April 12-18, 2015)

    15 Apr 2015 | 6:54 am
    To celebrate National Library week and prepare for the Gearheads long bus trip to F.I.R.S.T. Worlds Championship next week here is a list of recommended picks from the Grosse Pointe Library. These... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Support the Gearheads when you buy books

    7 Apr 2015 | 4:57 pm
    Print the voucher and present at the checkout to assure your purchases support our teamShop at the Mack Avenue Barnes and Noble or shop online at BN.com/bookfairsusing the appropriate bookfair... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • STEM education and activities: FIRST Robotics

    6 Apr 2015 | 1:56 pm
    Have been lucky enough to serve as a mentor to a High School Robotics team this year and have been duly impressed by the efforts made by this organization to mainstream STEM education. You too can... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • March 2015 Stamping and Dies meeting recording

    23 Mar 2015 | 3:14 am
    In our March 2015 meeting we hosted and guest presentation by Jeff Fredline, who shared with us some insights and tips regarding elements of the press that he finds important for inspection and... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • March 2015 Stamping and Dies techgroup meeting presentation notes

    14 Mar 2015 | 12:58 pm
    We were joined in this months meeting by Mr. Jeff Fredline of Industrial Maintenance Company, LLC. Mr. Fredline spent the hour giving us an overview (and a mere tip of the iceberg) of some key items... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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  • Functional Schematic Design Trick – Use the Golden Rectangle

    Matt Svoboda
    21 Apr 2015 | 12:56 am
    Often in the earliest stages of Schematic Design I will need to quickly ascertain what the overall size and shape of a finished project will be so that I may begin to wrap my arms around the entire scope of the job and start to answer questions like which levels want to house which bits of program and how the building footprint may shift and evolve to better fit the site.  In order to do that I need to know not only how much area may be allocated to each space or function but roughly what proportions those building blocks will have.  Many spaces will have very strict functional rules that…
  • Modern Mountain Home in Evergreen Colorado Nearing Completion

    Dean Dalvit
    20 Apr 2015 | 8:18 am
    We’re very excited to be seeing the completion of a modern mountain home we designed in Evergreen Colorado near completion. The Certificate of Occupancy was recently released and the owners are moving in. EVstudio provided all of the Architecture, Structural and Civil Engineering on this project and the seamless integration of each discipline within the others resulted in a true transcendence of form and function. Modern Mountain Colorado Home The home nestles naturally into the site and steps with the site. The excavator remarked how simple the excavation was and how perfectly the cut…
  • This or That #2: Soffit vs. Eave

    Matt Svoboda
    20 Apr 2015 | 8:17 am
    These two architectural terms are often used interchangeably and it’s understandable since two people pointing out the soffits and eaves on a house, let’s say, may appear to pointing to the same thing.  So what’s the difference? In this corner: an eave is the lowest part of a roof plane which often projects beyond the walls of a building.  Primarily used to help shed water away from the roof and protect the joint between the roof and the wall below, they are often also used to help mitigate solar gain. And in this corner: a soffit most typically refers to the horizontal underside of…
  • Where the Building Code Requires More Than Two Exits

    Sean O'Hara
    20 Apr 2015 | 8:17 am
    In most building types the occupant count is low enough that the building is only required to have  one or two exits. The International Building Code calls out where you must have more. In each story where you have 501-1,000 occupants you are required to have three exits and where you have more than 1,000 occupants you must have four exits. The exits must be arranged where at least two of the exits are separated by more than half the diagonal of the building or in a sprinkled building separated by one third the distance. Originally posted 2009-11-25 00:25:50. Republished by Blog Post…
  • Easy Method for Generating Area Take-offs Using Autodesk Design Review

    Kacy Landsittel
    20 Apr 2015 | 8:17 am
    During the design process clients and builders need area take-offs for estimating pricing on materials for managing an appropriate budget for their project. At EVstudio we utilize Autodesk’s Design Review program as a means for clients to review our drawings throughout the design process. Builders also use it for calculating or gathering area take-offs. Here, I have created an example of calculating areas for siding materials on this garage elevation using Design Review. There is other software out there for the specific purpose of generating area take-offs, but this method is an easy…
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  • Principal Engineer – Piping Tecnimont ICB

    Antony Thomas
    22 Apr 2015 | 1:09 pm
    Principal Engineer - Piping Job Description Candidates should be graduate in Mechanical / Chemical Engineering having08 to 25 years experience preferably in engineering / consulting companies with at least 4 major projects executed performing similar tasks. The candidates should be familiar with the industry norms, Indian and International Codes and Standards specific to the field of working.
  • PIPING ENGINEER – WOOD GROUP PSN KAZAKHSTAN

    Antony Thomas
    1 Apr 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Vacancy Title: Piping Engineer Company: PSNK Location: Tengiz KZ Discipline: Piping Job Description: Brief Posting Description We are currently recruiting for a Piping Engineer on a permanent basis located at our office in Tengiz Detailed Description Identifies the piping content of a scope of work and plan the execution of the work required to complete that scope; Prepares
  • Piping Designer - New Graduate

    Antony Thomas
    1 Apr 2015 | 12:49 pm
    New Graduate-Piping Designer Company: WorleyParsons Primary Location:  CAN-ON-Sarnia Job:  Piping Schedule:  Full-time Employment Type:  Staff Job Level:  Entry Level Unposting Date:  Apr 11, 2015 Reporting Manager Title:  Recruitment :  ·         Kick start your career ·         Join a global company with 157 offices in 46 countries and 35,600 employees ·
  • Piping Designer – Petrofac Muscat

    Antony Thomas
    31 Mar 2015 | 1:16 pm
    Job Description Designer I - Piping-010446 Description 1. Scope of Responsibilities Operate as part of a team in the design and drafting activities, producing calculations, estimates and technical drawings in support of engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction activities. 2. Primary Duties Develop initial bill of material, prepare technical
  • Piping Designer I – WorleyParsons USA

    Antony Thomas
    31 Mar 2015 | 12:56 pm
    Piping Designer I - BIL0035 Company: WorleyParsons Primary Location : USA-MT-Billings Job : Piping Schedule : Full-time Employment Type: Staff Job Level: Experienced International Transfer Opportunity: No Job Posting : Mar 27, 2015, 12:24:14 AM Unposting Date : Ongoing Contact Name - Internal : Ryan Bennett Reporting Manager Title: Manager of Engineering Our scale is expansive but
 
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  • Space is Tough, But Our Tech is Up to the Challenge

    Craig the Rocket Scientist
    23 Apr 2015 | 10:13 am
    If there are two things you can say about humans its: We like to dream big. We are borderline narcissists. I would like to say it was the first that drove me to support the ARKYD project on Kickstarter, whose goals are to locate and mine asteroids. But deep down I know it’s really because I want the awesome picture of me taken in orbit! But even deeper down, if was really honest; I never even thought they would make it into orbit. I’ve never been so happy to be wrong! As of last week, the Arkyd 3 technology demonstrator made it safely to the ISS. In a few months it will launched out the…
  • Three Tricks to Dealing with Anger in the Workplace

    Craig the Rocket Scientist
    20 Apr 2015 | 7:35 am
    It’s hard to admit when you’ve made a mistake, but today I did. Instead of brushing past it, I’m going to share it with you all in the hopes that you can learn from it. I slammed down my phone in frustration and marched to where my manager sat. I then dragged him from his work into the nearest empty meeting room and slammed the door. I then began to explain to him how I did some deep seated problems with my coworker whom I had just spoken too. I carefully laid out how this coworker had wronged me by trying to act as my boss and had taken the liberty to rewrite my carefully constructed…
  • Networking For Engineers: Don’t Stay Home Without It

    Chris Walker
    16 Apr 2015 | 12:11 pm
    Unless we’re talking about data transfer protocols, networking is a word that many engineers reserve for those sales and marketing types. You know, it’s the (so-called) “work” they do with a gin and tonic in hand while they rack up huge expense claims. It’s easy to poke fun at those who seem to only spend their time blowing their own trumpet and eating yet another steak dinner, but are we missing something (apart from the steak dinner, of course)? In our ever-more-connected world, the people in our networks become even more important. As I said last…
  • Three Steps to a Better Presentation

    Craig the Rocket Scientist
    13 Apr 2015 | 1:38 pm
    Hey everyone! I just got back from a week-long conference. There were some good presentations, some not so good presentations, and some downright awful ones. I’ve been going to enough conferences over the years to realize there are a few basic things you need to do to make sure your paper and presentation don’t end up as the one everyone is laughing about in the hotel lounge that night. 1. Set the Standard First, standards exist for a reason — that reason being that we are able to duplicate and verify your efforts. When you show your audience that you used adopted standards like…
  • The Three Keys to Engineering Successful Teams

    Chris Walker
    9 Apr 2015 | 6:20 pm
    Success in modern engineering is powered by effective teams. Almost all of the products we create and systems we innovate are too big and too complex to do on our own. The days of a someone singlehandedly designing, creating, building, testing, financing and selling an idea or creation are long gone. We all rely on the people around us, the people in our teams, to help carry the work forwards. That being said, sometimes engineers have a reputation for being mavericks. Engineers often enjoy working alone and although not as bad as scientists, engineers are sometimes perceived as lacking…
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  • Via in Pad - Why and How

    Screaming Circuits
    17 Apr 2015 | 9:58 am
    There are many reasons you shouldn’t use via in pad. It’s not good practice, and those via holes act like little capillary straws and suck solder off of the pad or the BGA. That said there are some applications that...
  • Internet of Things Got Your Tongue?

    Screaming Circuits
    6 Apr 2015 | 2:30 pm
    By now, most of you have heard about the Internet of Things (IOT). If not, here's a quick summary: The Internet of Things is the concept of having pretty much everything connected to the Internet in some way shape or...
  • Screaming Circuits introduces new Cordwood assembly service!

    Screaming Circuits
    1 Apr 2015 | 9:56 am
    Tired of all those small parts? Can't figure out how to route traces to all 1,900 balls on that hot new FPGA? If 0201 passives have you running scared and the possibility of 01005 parts coming soon has you on...
  • Indicating Polarity On Diodes

    Screaming Circuits
    27 Mar 2015 | 9:52 am
    Everyone knows which way current flows through a diode. Right? Of course they do. Diodes only allow current to flow in one direction. Well, sort of. In the case of your garden variety rectifier, barrier diode, or LED, that's true....
  • Using the Newest gen ARM, Part III

    Screaming Circuits
    20 Mar 2015 | 11:29 am
    The continuing saga of the 0.4 mm pitch KL03 ARM microcontroller. If you haven't yet done so, read part I, and part II. Today, I have a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly - or more accurately,...
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    Screaming Circuits

  • Via in Pad - Why and How

    Screaming Circuits
    17 Apr 2015 | 9:58 am
    There are many reasons you shouldn’t use via in pad. It’s not good practice, and those via holes act like little capillary straws and suck solder off of the pad or the BGA. That said there are some applications that...
  • Internet of Things Got Your Tongue?

    Screaming Circuits
    6 Apr 2015 | 2:30 pm
    By now, most of you have heard about the Internet of Things (IOT). If not, here's a quick summary: The Internet of Things is the concept of having pretty much everything connected to the Internet in some way shape or...
  • Screaming Circuits introduces new Cordwood assembly service!

    Screaming Circuits
    1 Apr 2015 | 9:56 am
    Tired of all those small parts? Can't figure out how to route traces to all 1,900 balls on that hot new FPGA? If 0201 passives have you running scared and the possibility of 01005 parts coming soon has you on...
  • Indicating Polarity On Diodes

    Screaming Circuits
    27 Mar 2015 | 9:52 am
    Everyone knows which way current flows through a diode. Right? Of course they do. Diodes only allow current to flow in one direction. Well, sort of. In the case of your garden variety rectifier, barrier diode, or LED, that's true....
  • Using the Newest gen ARM, Part III

    Screaming Circuits
    20 Mar 2015 | 11:29 am
    The continuing saga of the 0.4 mm pitch KL03 ARM microcontroller. If you haven't yet done so, read part I, and part II. Today, I have a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly - or more accurately,...
 
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    EEWeb Jobs

  • Electrical Engineer/Instrumentation and Control

    EEWeb
    20 Apr 2015 | 11:30 pm
    Company: IndustrialENet Location: Wilsonville, Oregon Job Description: IndustrialENet serves three main vertical markets: Dept. of Transportation asset protection and traffic operations, power generation (wind, solar, hydro) and distribution (substation), and municipality (water, wastewater). We also continue to serve our existing manufacturing customers who own systems composed of our vendor’s products. We continue to grow and to add products and solutions. As an IndustrialEnet engineer, you will take a project from the conceptualization through to full execution. This includes formulating…
  • Customer Quality Engineer

    EEWeb
    17 Apr 2015 | 12:08 am
    Company: Fairchild Semiconductor Location: Osaka, Japan Job Description: Description As a Customer Quality Engineer, you will be the primary interface to our Japanese customers for all quality and reliability topics in Osaka region. In close cooperation with our Japanese Sales & Marketing team and our worldwide Manufacturing, Technology and Application colleagues, you will support product qualifications as well as resolve customer quality issues with a high sense of urgency. Responsibilities: Drive resolution of device failures at customers and ensure identification of the root cause and…
  • Digital Design Engineer

    EEWeb
    16 Apr 2015 | 11:54 pm
    Company: Fairchild Semiconductor Location: Shanghai, China Job Description: Duties: Work with internal and external customers to understand product requirements. Create critical silicon technologies to meet the product requirements. Work out critical design flows and methodologies to execute implementation flawlessly. Design and deliver final design through multiple stages like specification, micro-architecture, IP development, RTL coding, verification, logic synthesis, DFT, timing convergence, as well as helping on physical implementation. Complete full documentation. Help and mentor junior…
  • Project Manager

    EEWeb
    16 Apr 2015 | 11:48 pm
    Company: Fairchild Semiconductor Location: Shanghai, China Job Description: Description Project (Design) Mgr: Manages the development and implementation process of a company’s products and services. Coordinates departmental or cross-functional teams, focused on delivering new or upgrading existing products. Monitors the project from initiation through delivery including planning and directing schedules and monitoring budget/spending. Organizes cross-functional activities, ensuring completion of the project i.e. product on schedule and within budget constraints. Survey Tip: This role is most…
  • Design Manager

    EEWeb
    16 Apr 2015 | 11:38 pm
    Company: Fairchild Semiconductor Location: Shanghai, China Job Description: Description Directs and guides the activities of a research or technical design function responsible for designing, developing, modifying and evaluating electronic parts, components or integrated circuitry for electronic equipment, or other hardware systems and/or electrical engineering applications. Evaluates final results of research and development projects to assure accomplishment of technical objectives. Prepares and presents reports outlining the outcome of technical projects and makes recommendations for…
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    EEWeb Forum

  • Question about 850/1900hz cell phone bands.

    EEWeb
    26 Apr 2015 | 4:06 pm
    Category: RF Design Tagged: 850hz booster, amp Question: Hi guys. My name is Jane. Looks like you have a pretty well rounded forum here. Pretty cool actually! Got a question for anyone with a communications background. I’ve got some spare antennas lying around and looking at buying a cheap booster. Found an 850hz for a good price. My question is is the 1900 pcs band necessary? Is it just a back up for the providers? Futhermore, if i have dual band antennas say a yagi outside and a tiny omni inside would I see any amplification on the 1900hz without a repeater? Forgive my ignorance I…
  • Powering a solar powered plane

    EEWeb
    26 Apr 2015 | 3:07 am
    Category: General Tagged: Power Question: Hi, I am trying to design a concept for a solar powered plane and I have decided to use lithium sulfur batteries during night time operation. I have estimated the power required to be 15kW and he duration of the night to be 12 hours. To calculate the mass of battery required do I use the specific energy density (500Wh/kg), and so (12*15000)/500 or do I use the nominal voltage (2.5) and capacity (700mAh/g) to calculate the mass? Thanks
  • 4 pin SIP Temperature and Humidity sensor

    EEWeb
    25 Apr 2015 | 12:09 pm
    Category: General Tagged: computer board|Sensor|Breadboard|Connection Question: Hello, I have a very small sensor with 4 pins which needs to be soldered onto a printed computer board BEFORE it may be used with a micro controller. (an Arduino in this case) Below is the data sheet to the said device. Keep in mind this thing is TINY, no bigger than a Dime. http://www.digikey.com/catalog/en/partgroup/hih6120-6121-series/34621?mpart=HIH6120-021-001&vendor=480&WT.z_ref_page_type=PS&WT.z_ref_page_sub_type=PD&WT.z_ref_page_id=PD&WT.z_ref_page_event=DC_Link_Table#datasheets My…
  • How will I get the per-unit parameters?

    EEWeb
    24 Apr 2015 | 6:23 pm
    Category: Power Tagged: transformer|short-circuit test|rated current Question: Data from the short-circuit test of a 60-Hz, 100-kVA, 4600–230-V transformer are: V_(SC) = 172.3 V I_(SC) = 20.2 A P_(SC) = 1046 W Get the per-unit parameters. I_(SC) ≠ I_(rated), so how will I solve the problem? The problem is from the book with ISBN 0130612103.
  • How to find best shear beam load cell?

    EEWeb
    24 Apr 2015 | 7:48 am
    Category: Sensors Tagged: Compression Load Cell Question: There are multi number of load cell manufacturers are available in India.Here we have fake suppliers also, So I have little bit confused to find best shear beam load cell supplier. Can you suggest me please?
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    The Burns & McDonnell World

  • Distributed Energy Resources and the Value of the Grid

    Mike Beehler
    24 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    Our power grid, more than a century old, is the largest interconnected machine on Earth. According to the National Academy of Engineering, widespread electrification — supported by the grid — is the greatest engineering achievement of the 20th century. Our legacy grid serves us well. Demands on the grid are more intense than ever, yet the reliability rate for the typical U.S. utility consumer is estimated at better than 99.97 percent. Augmented by distributed energy resources (DER), only our legacy grid can continue to provide the dependable flow of electricity residents have come to rely…
  • How OneTouchPM Keeps Air Travelers Moving Amid Construction

    Bret Pilney
    22 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    Managing an airport is a complex business in the best of times. The sheer volume of passengers passing through, traffic in the air, and the constant pace of activity on the ground make it a bustling beehive of activity. A construction project can bring all this action a short step away from chaos — unless there’s a strong project management system in place. An Airport Can’t Close for Renovations Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is the 26th largest airport in the world, serving the fifth largest U.S. metropolitan area. It’s a major hub for flights to Europe, the Caribbean and…
  • Separating Stormwater from Sewage at Whitehead Creek

    John Mitchell
    21 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    When the City of St. Joseph, Missouri, constructed its sewer system in the 1930s, standard practice was to convey sanitary sewage and stormwater runoff into a single pipe. This leads to overflows during periods of heavy rain or snowmelt and water quality degradation in streams and rivers. Faced with a decades-old problem that needed to be addressed to meet today’s environmental regulations, the city turned to Burns & McDonnell to implement a separate stormwater runoff system from the Whitehead Creek Basin and reduce combined sewer overflows to the Missouri River. The solution helped St.
  • Transmission Megatrends in the West

    Mike Beehler
    20 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    The world of electric transmission and distribution (T&D) is booming as the ever-present effort to sustain and improve the grid drives ongoing investments. The boom reflects the need to maintain system reliability, deliver generation to load, meet compliance requirements and replace assets that have reached the end of their useful life. The T&D industry’s growth is particularly fueled by five dynamic megatrends in the West: grid modernization, energy storage, transmission rights-of-way, distributed energy resources and energy efficiency. While trends can be short-lived and…
  • Kansas Aviation Portal: Taking Aviation Data to New Heights

    Jamie Katz
    17 Apr 2015 | 10:00 am
    Look out Silicon Valley software developers: The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) is earning a national reputation as a technology innovator. Its latest advancement, the Kansas Aviation Portal, is taking aviation data to new heights by providing a one-stop shop for aviation-related issues in Kansas. The portal gathers an unprecedented amount of data in one place and presents it in a simple, user-friendly 3-D format. An Ongoing Partnership with KDOT The portal follows in the footsteps of the Kansas Airspace Awareness Tool (KAAT), a collaboration between KDOT and Burns & McDonnell…
 
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    Composites Today » News

  • Ford and DowAksa Look to Make Carbon Fibre Cheaper

    John Shury
    19 Apr 2015 | 11:54 pm
    Ford has announced it’s entering into a joint venture with carbon fibre manufacturer DowAksa. The 50/50 joint venture between DowAksa will combine the company’s feedstock capacity, carbon fibre conversion and downstream intermediates production capabilities with Ford’s design, engineering and high-volume manufacturing. The goal is to produce materials that make cost-effective carbon fibre composite parts that are much lighter than steel but meet automotive strength requirements. ,Mike Whitens, director, Vehicle Enterprise Sciences, Ford Research & Advanced Engineering said; This…
  • Altair Acquires Multiscale Design Systems

    Andrew Brooks
    13 Apr 2015 | 11:19 pm
    Altair has announced its completed the acquisition of Multiscale Design Systems, LLC, developers of a range of software that includes the optimisation of composite materials. MDS will bring new composites expertise to Altair’s HyperWorks suite, including multiscale analysis, stochastic design, fatigue analysis, and multiphysics simulation. A member of the Altair Partner Alliance since last year, MDS is already available to HyperWorks users, along with a number of other technologies related to composite materials analysis and simulation. Uwe Schramm, Chief Technical Officer at Altair said;…
  • Fraunhofer Creates Engine with Lightweight Composite Casing

    John Shury
    10 Apr 2015 | 1:01 am
    Efforts to produce lighter vehicles necessarily include engine parts, such as the cylinder casing, which could shed up to 20% of its weight if it were made of fibre-reinforced plastic rather than aluminium – without added costs. Such injection-moulded parts are even suitable for mass production. Cars must become lighter in order to reduce fuel consumption and for most car designers they are focused on reducing the weight from body parts, but the powertrain system, which includes the engine, also accounts for a large proportion of the vehicle’s weight. Until now, carmakers have relied on…
  • Microwave Technology looking to Speed up Composite Curing

    John Shury
    8 Apr 2015 | 11:52 pm
    A new initiative to cut the time needed to make complex composite aircraft components has been launched with the award of a EPSRC High Value Manufacturing Catapult Fellowship. Prof Richard Day will work with the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing (AMRC) and the National Composites Centre in Bristol (NCC) to develop microwave technology that industry could use to cut curing times, energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. Richard is Professor of Composites Engineering at Glyndŵr University, in Wrexham and an expert on the rapid manufacturing of…
  • Teijin Looking to Accelerate its Automotive CFRP Business

    Andrew Brooks
    8 Apr 2015 | 11:35 pm
    Teijin has announced it has integrated its development and marketing of automotive-use carbon fibre reinforced plastic aiming to strengthen the group’s business. The Automotive Business Development Group launched on the 1st of April as a new entity directly under the Carbon Fibres & Composites Business Unit. It’s responsible for marketing thermoplastic CFRP formerly handled by Toho Tenax and the Teijin Composites Innovation Centre, which will now focus on developing technologies for individual projects. Integrating and reorganising these functions will enable the Teijin to accelerate…
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    Jacobs School of Engineering News: Top Stories

  • Jacobs School of Engineering Students Receive 2015 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

    24 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
    The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Graduate Research Fellowships to seven students from the Jacobs School of Engineering. This year, the NSF received approximately 16,500 applications and made 2,000 fellowship award offers. The fellowships provide three years of financial support – including an annual stipend and a cost-of-education allowance to the graduate institution – during a five-year period to individuals pursuing research-based master’s or doctoral degrees in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.
  • Engineering the smallest crack in the world

    23 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
    A new procedure will enable researchers to fabricate smaller, faster, and more powerful nanoscale devices ─ and do so with molecular control and precision. Using a single layer of carbon atoms, or graphene, nanoengineers at the University of California, San Diego have invented a new way of fabricating nanostructures that contain well-defined, atomic-sized gaps. The results from the UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering were published in the January issue of the journal Nano Letters. Structures with these well-defined, atomic-sized gaps could be used to detect single molecules…
  • 'Holey' graphene for energy storage

    21 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
    Engineers at the University of California, San Diego have discovered a method to increase the amount of electric charge that can be stored in graphene, a two-dimensional form of carbon. The research, published recently online in the journal Nano Letters, may provide a better understanding of how to improve the energy storage ability of capacitors for potential applications in cars, wind turbines, and solar power.
  • Breast Tumor Stiffness and Metastasis Risk Linked by Molecule's Movement

    20 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
    Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Moores Cancer Center have discovered a molecular mechanism that connects breast tissue stiffness to tumor metastasis and poor prognosis. The study, published April 20 inNature Cell Biology, may inspire new approaches to predicting patient outcomes and halting tumor metastasis.“We’re finding that cancer cell behavior isn’t driven by just biochemical signals, but also biomechanical signals from the tumor’s physical environment,” said senior author Jing Yang, PhD, associate professor of…
  • Center for Visual Computing launches, poised to make significant contributions to visual computing and imaging technologies

    20 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
    Researchers at the University of California, San Diego have launched the UC San Diego Center for Visual Computing, which brings together experts in computer graphics, computer vision, computational imaging and augmented reality with the goal of making significant, long-term contributions to visual computing and imaging technologies.  
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    OurEdu Blog

  • Top SSC coaching centers in Chennai

    Tusshar Garg
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:49 am
    Thank you for reading!The research is all about the Top SSC coaching centers in Chennai. RACE The name describe itself, RACE is the best coaching institute in the field of SSC exam preparation. Many students appear for the exam and none of them get selected in the entrance exam. This coaching has the immense experience in the field …This was originally posted on OurEdu Blog
  • Top Banking coaching centers in Munirka, New Delhi – 110067

    Tusshar Garg
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:47 am
    Thank you for reading!The research is all about the Top Banking coaching centers in Munirka, New Delhi. Vidya Guru The best coaching institute in the field of banking and SSC is the Vidya Guru situated at Munirka in New Delhi. The best coaching center suggested by the students. the best coaching institute do not require any formality of saying …This was originally posted on OurEdu Blog
  • Top IAS coaching centers in Secundrabad, 500001

    Tusshar Garg
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:46 am
    Thank you for reading!The research is all about the Top IAS coaching centers in Secundrabad. IAS Academy The coaching centers plays the important role in the preparation of any competitive exam. The teachers of the coaching institutes are highly qualified and have the deep knowledge about the subjects. Their main aim is to guide the students on to the …This was originally posted on OurEdu Blog
  • Is AAP in right direction of fulfilling its commitment towards voters of Delhi.

    Tushar Kumar
    24 Apr 2015 | 12:06 am
    Thank you for reading!Is AAP in right direction of fulfilling its commitment towards voters of Delhi. AAP well known as Aam Admi Party came to existence on basic ground of fight Against corruption. From Movement of Anna Hazare . Arvind Kejriwal with few supporters like Prashant Bhushan , Manish Sisodia and few more names came together to form …This was originally posted on OurEdu Blog
  • Top SSC coaching centers in Bangalore

    Tusshar Garg
    23 Apr 2015 | 4:25 am
    Thank you for reading!The research is all about the Top SSC coaching centers in Bangalore. I Beacons Academy I Beacons is a rising learning and evaluation organization, which prepares to enhance employability abilities of the understudies that meet industry norms. Indian Beacons gives understudies hands on figuring out how to advance their prosperity. Their vision is to be a …This was originally posted on OurEdu Blog
 
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    Being Brunel

  • 100’000 Views

    thomasmichaelwallace
    21 Apr 2015 | 4:30 am
    Being Brunel | The Civil Engineering Blog Some time last week [Ed: now three weeks- it’s been a busy time for me], someone took the 100’000th view, ever, of Being Brunel. That’s pretty touching, considering, when I started, it would have taken circa 55 years to reach these sorts of statistics. My sole regret is not working out how to arrange fireworks to appear on screen for this decimally significant viewer… maybe next time. I’ve been meaning to do something special ever since I neared this mark; but having already highlighted the top posts, answered questions…
  • Engineering Is Art: 200 – 249

    thomasmichaelwallace
    18 Mar 2015 | 5:15 am
    Being Brunel | The Civil Engineering Blog Every weekday I stalk the internet for photographs of engineering (actually, it’s every two weeks, thanks to the wonderful world of scheduling; but let’s not let the truth stand in the way of a good image) to share with you all. The purpose is the result of a long forgotten discussion of whether or not engineering is art- to celebrate the built environment beyond the aesthetics generated by architecture. This is the fifth gallery to come from the #EngineeringIsArt gallery. If none of this 50 image collection compacts your concrete; you can…
  • Terry Pratchett

    thomasmichaelwallace
    16 Mar 2015 | 6:33 am
    Being Brunel | The Civil Engineering Blog I doubt it’ll come as a surprise to anyone (what with the title of the post an’ all), but I’m a fairly massive Terry Pratchett fan- in fact, for those of you who have been paying attention these last few years, there’s at least three Pratchett quotes littered through Being Brunel. So as the author of the books I have read more times (by a significant factor) than any other, I was sorry to hear that he had passed away last Thursday. While those of you who are of a more technical persuasion might note that Being Brunel is one of…
  • InterEngineering

    thomasmichaelwallace
    12 Mar 2015 | 3:00 am
    Being Brunel | The Civil Engineering Blog A while ago I wrote a post about being a gay civil engineer. Like most of the stuff I write, I didn’t really expect anything to come of it; Being Brunel is a site I maintain to celebrate and have fun with civil engineering- you can check the NCE if you want the news, or pound your way through the immeasurable number of journals the institutions put out if you want to bore your friends and relatives with fascinating engineering advances. So what makes that post interesting, is what happened after. Well, for a while, nothing much. But then, as is…
  • Car Insurance, Risk And Engineers

    thomasmichaelwallace
    3 Mar 2015 | 4:30 am
    Being Brunel | The Civil Engineering Blog Another year, another artificially inflated car insurance quote, another annoying evening spent searching out a reasonable premium. But this year there was a silver lining to my annual frustration; I discovered a site that essentially reveals just how risky insurers feel the various employments are behind the wheel, which is an answer that begs a question if ever I saw one. So as a fun exercise I decided to take a look how car insurance brokers rate us civil engineers against our counter parts and colleagues: Interestingly, we are the lowest insurance…
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    EETimes:

  • ARM Gives Peek at Road Map

    Rick Merritt
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:30 pm
    ARM disclosed new details of its A72, including three functional units it shares with a yet-to-be announced high-end core, and defended its big.little approach to multiprocessing.
  • Cypress Expands Error Correcting Code For SRAM

    Gary Hilson
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:00 pm
    As overall SRAM market shrinks, Cypress sees uptick in automotive, IoT and wearables segments, while adding on-board error-correcting code to meet reliability requirements and protect against the effects of radiation
  • EUV Deal Raises Questions

    Rick Merritt
    24 Apr 2015 | 2:45 pm
    ASML announced it struck a deal to sell 15 EUV systems to an existing U.S. customer, once again raising hopes about the readiness of the key technology for making leading-edge chips.
  • Make Field-oriented Motor Control Affordable

    Dave Wilson
    24 Apr 2015 | 1:15 pm
    Shaft sensors and their wiring make field-oriented motor control pricey, but sensorless alternatives are available.
  • Why Connect Cars?

    Junko Yoshida
    24 Apr 2015 | 10:44 am
    EE Times will host a radio show on "Why Connect a Car?" at 1:00p.m. eastern, May 11.
 
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    Mixer Direct Blog

  • Chemistry Matters

    Aaron Oneal
    23 Apr 2015 | 8:57 am
    People love new things and it will not take much of an effort on our part to prove this. Sure, we could talk about how scientists have demonstrated that the dopamine pathways in the frontal cortex of our brains light up like a Christmas tree in Times Square when we see something new. A better way to interpret new in this instance is to consider it as something you haven’t seen before, like a movie trailer, a new discovery, or the latest tech gadget. Or we could talk about the brain and how it has an element of elasticity to it, meaning that it thrives, stretches, and grows when we learn…
  • What In The World Are We Mixing?

    Aaron Oneal
    21 Apr 2015 | 12:10 pm
    Industrial Mixing. Two words that we are sure have occupied your mind recently. Ok, perhaps not. However, we do think that you should know that much of what you may enjoy is the result of the involvement of industrial mixing. What is industrial mixing? Think kitchen aid on a hulk size level. It can be explained in a simple manner yet involve a host of complexities involving chemistry, engineering, math, and a whole lot more. In a world where consumers are becoming much more sensitive in the recent past to the who, where, and how of their favorite products, industrial mixing might be one…
  • Meet Our Parent Company: MXD Process

    Aaron Oneal
    14 Apr 2015 | 5:30 am
    MXD Process As of March 2015, Mixer Direct is now a brand of MXD Process. Although the company has maintained its same ownership and staff, Mixer Direct has recently chosen to rebrand itself as Mixer Direct, Titan Tanks (Stainless Steel Tanks), and MXD Systems under the parent company, MXD Process. MXD Process exists to unlock Earth’s resources through process engineering and equipment. MXD Process is a supplier and manufacturer for the entirety of a process. Whether you are searching for ways to improve your process, figure out your application demands, or just get a product in…
  • How To Make The Rivulet Pecan Fizz

    Aaron Oneal
    9 Apr 2015 | 6:59 am
    At Mixer Direct, we are pleased to have an active role in the distilling industry. In light of meeting mixing needs for numerous distillers, we have often taken the creative opportunity to demonstrate the finished product developed from the distilling process. One way we have sought to do this has came to life by incorporating “how to” craft cocktail videos for you to enjoy as well. This year, our marketing team has teamed up with Rivulet Pecan Liqueur, Quills Coffee, and Louisville craft cocktail bartender Eron Plevan to bring you the Rivulet Pecan Fizz. We just may have outdone…
  • 11 Fascinating Companies at NPE 2015

    Aaron Oneal
    7 Apr 2015 | 11:35 am
    This past week the Mixer Direct team had the pleasure of attending and exhibiting at the 2015 NPE Plastics Show in Orlando, Florida. Along the way we took the opportunity to interview some of the most fascinating companies at the show. Watch this collection of short video interviews to learn about 11 fascinating companies that are growing quickly with incredibly innovative ideas. If you enjoyed a particular interview feel free to click the social share buttons located below the video itself. The videos also contain an embed button in the lower left hand side of the video interviews that will…
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    STEAM Power Podcast

  • Google Grabs Some Radio Waves

    mbparks
    25 Apr 2015 | 7:12 pm
    S.T.E.A.M. Power Podcast #64 25 April 2015 http://greenshoegarage.com/podcast/SPP/2015/STEAM_0064_25APR15.mp3 Reflowster | Skirmos Hulu Plus Google Launches Project Fi Comcast Walks Away From TWC Acquisition Tesla Home Battery NASA’s First 3D Printed Rocket Part Scavenging for Art Perception of Invisibility Light Sensitive Clothing 2.0 | Kickstarter England Requires Computer Science Education Failed Experiment Leads to Cement Replacement [Download] For more tech news and how-to’s visit the blog, follow along on Google+, and check out our YouTube Channel. Or listen to the audio…
  • GoR: Kiss My Arduino!

    mbparks
    18 Apr 2015 | 7:33 pm
    Gears of Resistance Episode #6 18 April 2015 http://greenshoegarage.com/podcast/GOR/2015/GOR_0006_18APR15.mp3 NOTE: This is the last week the GoR will be posted here, from now on check out the new episodes at GearsOfResistance.com In this week’s episode we talk about why I pick certain embedded platforms to use in my small design business.  We also talk a little about the new 3rd edition of the Art of Electronics and a bit on the Arduino legal kerfluffle. Some links from the episode: Art of Electronics Practical Electronics for Inventors Make: Electronics Physical Computing Making…
  • Cannibal Cancer

    mbparks
    12 Apr 2015 | 7:32 pm
    S.T.E.A.M. Power Podcast #63 12 April 2015 http://greenshoegarage.com/podcast/SPP/2015/STEAM_0063_12APR15.mp3 Killing Cancer with Cancer Brain-like Fiber Optic Breakthrough Blood Test Biopsy Breakthrough The Gregorian Calendar and Math Robot Guitarist Stories that didn’t make the cut this week: We Might Be Headed for a “Big Crunch” Boeing Patents the “Force Field” Milky Way is Way More Wrinkly Than We Thought Jupiter was the Wrecking Ball of the Ancient Solar System [Download] For more tech news and how-to’s visit the blog, follow along on Google+, and…
  • Getting GoR Real

    mbparks
    11 Apr 2015 | 7:20 pm
    We have setup a new website for Gears of Resistance, you can find it here.  It’s still under construction, so for now keep looking for GoR here. The post Getting GoR Real appeared first on STEAM Power Podcast.
  • Opening The Open Source Kimono

    mbparks
    1 Apr 2015 | 8:34 pm
    Gears of Resistance Episode #5 1 April 2015 http://greenshoegarage.com/podcast/GOR/2015/GOR_0005_1APR15.mp3 So we are shifting gears (pun intended) with Gears of Resistance. I’ve come to realize that there are tons of great electronics tutorial videos out there already. I love the idea of an Open Source Hardware podcast, but just can’t dedicate the time to do really awesome how-to videos right now. So we’re going to “pivot” as they say in the start-up world. GoR is going to be predominantly an audio podcast, and doing visual stuff like we’ve been doing just…
 
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    Bench Talk

  • Chip To Chip: Tips For Using I2C

    31 Mar 2015 | 3:12 pm
    Many integrated circuit-based sensors and output devices offer an interface protocol called Inter-integrated Circuit, commonly abbreviated as I2C. There is tremendous value in using I2C-based components in a microcontroller-based solution that can result in a much more streamlined and robust product, especially if you need to interface with multiple external I/O devices. I2C allows you to share a common data and clock bus amongst multiple devices, thus reducing the I/O pin count and the number of interconnecting wires required to get everything communicating. This blog is an attempt to…
  • What Might The Future of “Personal” Computing Look Like?

    14 Mar 2015 | 9:32 am
    Predicting the future of technology is a perpetual exercise in futility. But it’s fun. The evolution of personal computing is something that futurists and tech pundits like to try to predict every few years (or months). Like forecasting the weather, you are never completely right or wrong. If you were to ask me where computers, smartphones, and wearables are heading over the next 20 years I’d sit down and take inventory of the gadgets I own today. I’d also take a trip down memory lane to remember the devices I used to own. My iPhone 6 has replaced my camcorder, digital…
  • The Future Of Wearables

    5 Mar 2015 | 11:24 am
      istockphoto.com Google Glass. Samsung Wear. Apple Watch. Occulus Rift. “Wearables” is being crowned as the next big thing in consumer electronics. But is it really? Some see wearables as a fad that is being fostered by the hipster crowd and a technology industry that is searching for a few more years of market growth as the smartphone and tablet market matures. Running enthusiasts have enjoyed the use of gadgets for years to monitor and improve their fitness goals. In addition, the now infamous Bluetooth earpiece is certainly a wearable and it’s still in demand. Walk…
  • Beware of “Open Drains”

    27 Feb 2015 | 6:52 am
    As you get more advanced with your circuits you will start seeing circuit design patterns that may at first glance seem a bit weird. One such design pattern that can be confusing is the “open drain,” also called the “open collector” (when TTL circuits are involved). For the purpose of this blog we will use the term open collector, though the general principles apply to both technologies: Field Effect Transistors (FET) and Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJT). Open collector circuits are considered “active-low” and therefore require a pull-up resistor to…
  • Battling the Bouncing Button

    10 Feb 2015 | 12:07 pm
    Mechanical buttons and switches can present unintended input trouble for embedded electronics projects. There’s an undesired effect known as “bounce.” What is bounce? When you press a button it sometimes does not cleanly change states. There is some electrical noise generated as the button rapidly oscillates between states immediately after a button is pressed but before it settles. Think of it like pulling a mass-spring system downward, letting go, and waiting for it to settle at equilibrium. Switches and buttons oscillate similarly, though the time to settle is measured in…
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  • Confluence of B2B and B2C Technology: How Are Product Developers Responding?

    colleenl7
    22 Apr 2015 | 7:51 am
    The confluence of B2B and B2C technology expectations is progressing to the point of inevitability. From a technology standpoint, the blurring of distinctions between the sectors does not mean that products will be developed in exactly the same fashion for both. However, the business user is expecting a consumer-like user experience more than ever. The users and purchasers of B2B technology will favor those devices or software applications that look, feel and work like their personal technologies. In a recent Forbes article, David Edelman of McKinsey suggests, “businesses don’t really…
  • The Gigantic Impact of UX/UI Design on Internet of Things Applications

    colleenl7
    18 Mar 2015 | 8:56 am
    IPS’ CEO Mitch Maiman discusses the impact of UX/UI design on Internet of Things applications. Take a look at the article below that was posted in Design News: The Impact of UX/UI Design on Internet of Things Applications Are you tired of hearing about the Internet of Things (IoT)? Are you asking yourself, why should you care? Most tech developers, designers, and engineers will tell you that IoT is very important and paying attention to UX/UI (User Experience/User Interaction) design standards during its implementation will make a big difference for the better in the daily lives of…
  • Clarifying the Scope of User Experience aka “High Bet Buttons are Prominent”

    csvenjohnson
    10 Mar 2015 | 10:49 am
    While attending CES 2015, I had a minor epiphany regarding the intersection of design and technology; something new I’d not considered and which I thought might be of interest to others. However, in the course of attempting to distill my thoughts into something digestible, it occurred to me that misunderstandings might (probably would) arise from the various definitions and interpretations which accompany so many common design terms these days. How does one communicate an idea when the terms used to explain it have lost their meaning? In hopes of improving communication in general, I…
  • Protecting Your Software Package: Targeting What’s Patentable

    colleenl7
    19 Feb 2015 | 1:55 pm
    Derek Peterson, Vice President of Software and Business Development at IPS, discussed how to protect your software by targeting what is patentable at Launchpad LI (@LILaunchPad) in Huntington last week. Highlighted in this video are inside tips he made during the presentation. Click the video above or you can watch it here. Here are some tips from Derek on protecting your software: Determine the essential elements of your software product These elements should be the ones that distinguish your invention from known technology. Take immediate steps. You may lose your right to patent…
  • NBC’s Smart Money Talks IoT With IPS’ June Severino Feldman

    colleenl7
    5 Feb 2015 | 7:15 am
    IPS’ June Severino Feldman, Senior Director, Marketing and Communications, was featured on NBC’s Smart Money Talk Radio (@NBCSmartMoney). The segment titled “What the Internet of Things Really Is- and Why It Matters” discusses everything from the predicted IoT trends for 2015 to the endless possibilities that it brings to consumers and the industry. Below is the podcast transcript or you can listen here. Q: What is your role at Intelligent Product Solutions?  Senior Director, Marketing and Communications. I am responsible for all marketing and PR for the…
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  • Triplett 1101-B Multimeter Giveaway

    admin
    14 Apr 2015 | 5:45 am
    Triplett 1101-B Multimeter Giveaway is a post from: Building Engineer Training Yep, it’s that time of the month again when we give away another type of tool or something to one of the site members. We are still going along with the electrical meters. The last one I reviewed, the Triplett 1101-B (which you can read about here,) is the one The post Triplett 1101-B Multimeter Giveaway appeared first on buildingengineertraining.com.
  • Triplett 1101-B Multimeter Review

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    24 Mar 2015 | 3:45 am
    Triplett 1101-B Multimeter Review is a post from: Building Engineer Training The next multimeter up for review is the Triplett 1101-B compact multimeter. This is the 4th multimeter to be reviewed which leaves one more unless you guys want to keep going with electrical items. Up to this point we have looked at the Fluke 115, an AM-510 from Amprobe, the Innova The post Triplett 1101-B Multimeter Review appeared first on buildingengineertraining.com.
  • Innova 3320 Meter Giveaway

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    10 Mar 2015 | 9:11 am
    Innova 3320 Meter Giveaway is a post from: Building Engineer Training What is up readers and members of buildingengineertraining. com? How is everyone doing right now, at this very moment? If you’re reading this that means you are alive and still have your vision probably so that’s a plus. Anyways, you all remember the tool giveaway idea right? Well it has The post Innova 3320 Meter Giveaway appeared first on buildingengineertraining.com.
  • 3 Skills A Building & Stationary Engineer Should Have

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    10 Feb 2015 | 6:28 am
    3 Skills A Building & Stationary Engineer Should Have is a post from: Building Engineer Training We are going to steer away from the technical side of building and stationary engineering today and instead go over three skills, qualities, or traits every building, stationary or maintenance engineer should have. In my opinion. Having all or at least some of these skills, or even being able to The post 3 Skills A Building & Stationary Engineer Should Have appeared first on buildingengineertraining.com.
  • February 8th Tool Giveaway

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    9 Feb 2015 | 4:16 am
    February 8th Tool Giveaway is a post from: Building Engineer Training Okay, in this case multimeter giveaway would be more appropriate probably. Way, way back, like a month ago, I wrote that the plan was to buy a tool here and there with the intent of reviewing it and then giving it away to one of you awesome people. The first The post February 8th Tool Giveaway appeared first on buildingengineertraining.com.
 
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  • Editors’ Pick: Adafruit’s Limor Fried on the DIY Electronics Revolution

    Circuit Cellar Staff
    21 Apr 2015 | 1:08 pm
    The proliferation of open-source hardware and software has made do-it-yourself electronics accessible to both professional electrical engineers and newbies. Today we’re just at the start of an exciting DIY revolution that promises innovation, adventure, and new social, creative, and business … Continue reading →
  • Power Monitoring IC for High-Accuracy Power Measurement

    Circuit Cellar Staff
    21 Apr 2015 | 12:33 pm
    Microchip Technology recently expanded its power-monitoring IC portfolio with the addition of the MCP39F511. The highly integrated and accurate single-phase power-monitoring IC is designed for the real-time measurement of AC power. It combines the most popular power calculations with unique … Continue reading →
  • 4-Mb Asynchronous SRAMs with On-Chip Error-Correcting Code

    Circuit Cellar Staff
    21 Apr 2015 | 11:31 am
    Cypress Semiconductor Corp. recently started sampling 4-Mb asynchronous SRAMs with Error-Correcting Code (ECC). The on-chip ECC feature of the new SRAMs enables them to provide the highest levels of data reliability, without the need for additional error correction chips—simplifying designs … Continue reading →
  • New Triple Output High Resolution DC Power Supply

    Circuit Cellar Staff
    21 Apr 2015 | 11:24 am
    Cal Test Electronics recently introduced the new Global Specialties 1320 Power Supply. The 1320 can provide continual output power of 200 VA through its three output supplies. It features constant current or constant voltage modes with automatic crossover. With resolutions of 10 mV … Continue reading →
  • Elektor Publishes the Ultimate Intel Edison Manual

    Circuit Cellar Staff
    21 Apr 2015 | 11:14 am
    Elektor’s latest publication on the Intel Edison is a must have for all those with an active interest in the Internet of Things. The book, Getting Started with the Intel Edison, focuses its attention on the Edison, a tiny computer, … Continue reading →
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  • Three Ways That Brakes Can Make Or “Break” Your Industrial Caster

    Dylan Neal
    15 Apr 2015 | 7:59 am
    When choosing heavy-duty casters, you often consider the attributes that keep it rolling. But, in many applications, you’ll also want to think about whether the ability to stop that motion – using brakes – is equally important. In the industrial caster world, brakes can serve a very important role. Like brakes on a car, they allow for the ceasing of motion and locking in place. However, heavy-duty caster brakes can also add a modicum of control to the direction in which the casters are moving – a trait that can promote both efficient function, as well as safety in the workplace – by…
  • Caster Concepts at ProMat 2015 – All About Productivity

    Mike Kulka
    7 Apr 2015 | 12:26 pm
    It was a pleasant surprise to see the great turnout at ProMat 2015, the mammoth McCormick Place convention center was packed with people from all over  North America, looking for ways to improve material handling and logistics processes. This year it seems like they had a different mindset, they were focused on investing in solutions that created a return, rather than finding the least expensive way to patch up a problem.  According to Modern Materials Handling “Not only was this the most “upbeat” ProMat they’ve been to, but the most productive event they could ever remember in…
  • How is a Modern Suspension Caster similar to a Ford F-150?

    Zach Norkey
    7 Apr 2015 | 12:23 pm
    How is a Modern Suspension Caster similar to a Ford F-150?   Both are constructed in ALUMINUM.   Did you know? • Aluminum is the most abundant, naturally occurring metal in the earth’s crust? • You are likely never more than six feet away from a piece of aluminum • Without aluminum, many of the conveniences of today’s world would not exist (like the LCD monitor you are probably reading this article on) Aluminum is a premier material, the choice for something being built to last and to function flawlessly in a variety of conditions. Aluminum is a unique metal in that it is…
  • Caster Options Offer a Multitude of Benefits

    Jackie Masternak
    7 Apr 2015 | 7:11 am
    To the untrained eye, the industrial caster application can seem quite simple. A wheel, clad in a tread material and mounted upon a base, doesn’t exactly cut the image of complexity. But, more than a static component, heavy-duty casters are much more than meets the eye. Each heavy-duty caster application serves a very specific purpose – and each of those purposes can call for requirements that transcend the typical caster configuration choices – swivel or rigid and wheel size, type and capacity. Fortunately, you can outfit your heavy-duty caster with options that can change everything.
  • Kingpinless Casters Are A Viable Challenger To the Caster Throne

    Edwin Rodriguez
    25 Mar 2015 | 1:17 pm
    In the first part of this series discussing the differences between a traditional kingpin swivel caster and a kingpinless caster, we sought to establish the reasons why kingpin swivel casters have led the heavy-duty caster market for many decades. Like any long-ruling monarch, we also learned about the idiosyncrasies that make the reign of the kingpin swivel caster vulnerable to challengers. Compared to its kingpin counterpart, the kingpinless swivel section provides a simpler design that also provides some definitive reliability benefits. This component is constructed of a top plate with a…
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