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Transcript of Engineering
What do they study?
What is their average salary? Petroleum engineers search for oil- or gas-filled reservoirs. Once the location is found,
the job of the petroleum engineer is varied and might include any of the following tasks:
Coordinating with geologists to determine the rocks' geological formation and properties
Determining drilling method, and then monitoring drilling and productiono
Designing equipment and processes (this is done before drilling, too)
Using computer models to simulate reservoir performance The work of Petroleum Engineers: The Biomedical engineer solves problems having to do with biology or medicine, using their knowledge of science and math, and combining that with their background in medicine. Some of their tasks include:
•Installs, adjusts, and maintains biomedical equipment.
•Test and evaluates the safety and efficiency of biomedical equipment.
•Designs and develops biomedical equipment and technology.
•Writes reports, documents, and manuals for biomedical products. Chemical engineers use math, physics, and economics to solve practical problems. The difference between chemical engineers and other types of engineers is that they apply a knowledge of chemistry in addition to other engineering disciplines. Chemical engineers may be called 'universal engineers' because their scientific and technical mastery is so extensive Electrical Engineers design, develop and test electronic systems, devices and equipment. Examples of these systems include computer components, GPS systems, communications systems, antennas, receivers, lighting systems, wiring systems, power generators, aircrafts, automobiles, and so much more. A materials engineer is an expert on materials used in manufacturing and production. Depending on the industry, the areas of expertise may vary. In most cases, however, the engineer is required to be knowledgeable about materials from their rawest forms to their most complex combinations in product design. His job requires interaction with other engineers, including those in electrical, mechanical and chemical fields. Nuclear and aerospace engineers also work with materials engineers to develop products specifically designed to endure and perform in unique environments. Bachelor's degree required. Interest in geology, math, chemistry,geophysics, thermodymnamics Bachelor's degree required. Concentrations include biology, chemistry, physics, math, bioelectronics, biomechanics Bachelor's degree required. Courses consist of math, chemistry, physics, computer science Minimum of a Bachelor's degree required.Courses include calculus, physics, electronics, computer science Bachelor's degree required. Study metals, plastics and ceramics. Must posess a solid knowledge of math, science and and engineering concepts