Transcript: Preparation UC Berkeley UCLA CU Boulder Day in the Life do a lot of research for the product they want to manufacture need to design equipment and processes analyze their work to make sure everything works. Specialty Area develop new and different materials can make processes more cost effective, more environmentally friendly, or more efficient Earnings 1-4 years experience= $56,206-$70,414 5-9 years=$64,618-$84,199 10-19 years= $74,546 - $101,299 20+ years= $83,304 - $126,418 E-M-P-L-O-Y-M-E-N-T continue to grow through 2018 The need for them will keep increasing as technology advances. C>A>R>E>E>R P>A>T>H F>O>R>E>C>A>S>T at least a Bachelor’s degree in engineering to get a job Maj0r Adv4nces stainless steel plastic synthetic materials Professional Organizations American Chemical Society (ACS) Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) Engineering, Science and Math Careers http://www.egfi-k12.org/ http://www.exforsys.com/career-center/career-tracks/the-duties-and-responsibilities-of-a-chemical-engineer.html http://chemistry.about.com/od/educationemployment/a/chemical-engineer-salary.htm http://chemistry.about.com/od/chemicalengineerin1/a/chemicalengineer.htm http://careerplanning.about.com/od/occupations/p/engineer.htm http://www.eng.uwo.ca/people/aray/CHENG10.pdf http://www.1800miti.com/associations/92_chem.html Chemical engineering
Transcript: Chemical Engineering What Chemcial engineers do? Chemical engineers develop and design chemical manufacturing processes. Chemical engineers apply the principles of chemistry, biology, physics, and mathematics to solve problems that involve the production or use of chemicals, fuel, drugs, food, and many other products. What Chemcial engineers do? More info on what they do What do chemical engineers do? Within these industries, chemical engineers rely on their knowledge of mathematics and science—particularly chemistry— to overcome technical problems safely and economically. And, of course, they draw upon and apply their engineering knowledge to solve any technical challenges they encounter. Specifically, chemical engineers improve food processing techniques, and methods of producing fertilizers, to increase the quantity and quality of available food. They also construct the synthetic fibers that make our clothes more comfortable and water resistant; they develop methods to mass-produce drugs, making them more affordable; and they create safer, more efficient methods of refining petroleum products, making energy and chemical sources more productive and cost effective. Chemical engineers also develop solutions to environmental problems, such as pollution control and remediation. They process chemicals, which are used to make or improve just about everything you see around you. Pictures How to be come one? Step 1: Research Career Duties and Education Step 2: Earn a Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering Step 3: Complete an Internship or Cooperative Education Experience Step 4: Join a Professional Organization Step 5: Consider Earning a Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering How to become a chemical engineer Specific Major Requirements-Any student in the chemical and biomolecular engineering program whose grade point average in required chemical and biomolecular engineering courses is less than 2.4 will be admitted to the required courses of the following year only with the special permission of the department. Total Credit Hours Required 131-132. As noted, chemical engineering jobs require a minimum of a bachelor's degree. Non-engineering requirements include extensive chemistry courses and labs, such as analytical, organic and physical chemistry. Other non-engineering requirements include sequences in calculus and physics. The engineering portion includes coursework and labs in chemical processes, transport, and reactions. Students might prefer programs accredited by ABET, Inc., which has accredited more than 100 chemical engineering programs. Accreditation by ABET demonstrates the school adheres to a set of academic principles and teaches its students a core set of industry-required skills. Accreditation is required by many graduate schools and licensing boards. Schooling Schooling Degree Overviews Bachelor's Degree: A baccalaureate degree in chemical engineering can prepare you for a career in the field. The degree focuses on understanding the properties of substances and methods of synthesizing those substances for medical, electronic, mechanical, and other commercial purposes. Despite its name, a chemical engineering education includes not just chemistry, but also biology, physics, and mathematics. The fundamentals of a chemical engineering degree are covered in core courses on chemical kinetics, thermodynamics, and transport processes. After those courses, students can specialize their studies in a specific area of chemical engineering. Master's Degree: A master's degree in chemical engineering is designed either for chemical engineers who want to do more advanced work or for students interested in a career as a chemical engineer, but who hold a bachelor's degree in a different field. Like the bachelor's degree, a master's program covers the core areas of thermodynamics, kinetics, and transport processes. A master's degree program will typically include research or field study in areas such as energy, biotechnology, or product development. Ph.D.: A Ph.D. program, the most advanced option for study in chemical engineering, requires you to have taken the core courses of bachelor's and master's programs. Curricula typically includes further study in general engineering and more focused chemical engineering courses. Most programs require original research and written and oral exams. Further coursework in chemical engineering for a Ph.D. may cover numerical methods in chemical engineering, chemical engineering thermodynamics, analysis of transport phenomena, and chemical reactor engineering. Degrees Degrees Average Chemical Engineer Hourly Wage in the United States Chemical Engineers earn a median hourly wage of $46.81. Hourly wages typically start from $28.59 and go up to $75.56. Average Chemical Engineer Yearly Salary in the United States Chemical Engineers earn a median salary of $97,360 per year. Salaries typically start from $59,470 and go up to $157,160. Salary Whats their salary? 1.Massachusetts
Transcript: HOW aeroplanes helicopters Engineering aerospace machining Sean Osborne requirements Each customer has different requirements on how the part looks, tolerances and packaging What is my job? WHAT My job is to make parts for aeroplanes and helicopters using a lathe or mill. difference between each machine lathe and mill A lathe is a rotating spindle that clamps onto material with the attached chuck and the tool moves to the material. (3 axis) A mill is a rotating spindle that is attached to the tool and the spindle goes towards the table but only in one axis, while the table moves for the rest. (up to 5 axis generally) turn/mill special This is a machine that can do both turning and milling on a lathe style machine Tooling tools We make our own tooling like fixtures, jaws and clamps. location they are all stored on racks and correspond with a spreadsheet. materials I use anything from standard aluminum and steel to beryllium copper.
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Transcript: Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr Financial Stability Introduction High-Paying jobs / Salary. Versatile Environments. Constant intellectual development via Creative Thinking. What is Engineering? The branch of science and technology concerned with the design, building, and use of engines, machines, and structures. Engineering has a very large range of sub-classes differentiating from as far as aerospace engineering down to construction. The Engineer Benefits Extremely large career field. Constantly employing. Consistent work hours. Beneficial to Society. Technological & Scientific discovery. Engineering Engineering careers are constantly looking for more workers, and most companies have high paying jobs along with insurance plans. This gives Engineers a feeling of Financial stability and security. Why do you think many engineers are so happy? They love their work and their stable finances!
Transcript: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Got to spend money to make money Average tuition costs range from $15,000- $40,000. Lower costs for lesser schools and more pricey for bigger schools. Chemical engineering is historically the best paying engineering discipline, with starting salaries averaging $69,000 per year in 2009, and going as high as $83,000 for chemical engineers who specialize in petroleum engineering. The mean chemical engineering salary in 2009 was over $91,000, with the top ten percent of chemical engineers earning nearly $133,000. Working Conditions Laboratories are the most common places chemical engineers work. Some work in offices when they are collaborating with other engineers or companies. If they are directly involved in developing processes or equipment, chemical engineers supervise manufacturing or production operations. Applying safe chemical and hazardous materials handling practices is necessary in the latter environments. Exchanging ideas and data with peers and associates to develop products and processes is typically part of a chemical engineer's workday. Many chemical engineers are analytical thinkers with proclivities for math and science. Being able to think independently while maintaining objectivity is important. A 40-hour workweek is typical for a chemical engineer. Some special projects may require occasional overtime or weekend work. Look at the Outlook Chemical engineers are expected to have an employment decline of 2 percent over the projections decade. Overall employment in the chemical manufacturing industry is expected to continue to decline, although chemical companies will continue to employ chemical engineers to research and develop new chemicals and more efficient processes to increase output of existing chemicals. However, there will be employment growth for chemical engineers in service-providing industries, such as professional, scientific, and technical services, particularly for research in energy and the developing fields of biotechnology and nanotechnology. What to do RIGHT NOW 1 Start with a college or university that has an accredited chemical engineering program. Take a full load of chemistry, mathematics, physics, and electrical engineering. Take complementary courses in biology, applied materials and computer sciences. 2 Take liberal arts courses to help you in some of the necessary work of the chemical engineer, such as writing reports or white papers. Take English and writing courses, including technical writing if available. 3 Subscribe to technical journals to keep up to date on the practical applications of chemical engineering. Join the American Institute of Chemical Engineers in order to network in the industry and to have the membership for your resume. 4 Attend engineering conferences and seminars to further network within the industry and stay current on the trends. Use the connections to hear about chemical engineering jobs and the best companies and organizations to work for. 5 Get licensed if you plan to work in a capacity to help the public. Take the state's licensing exam, or take two exams as required by some states. Use your licensing and credentials to get the chemical engineering job you want. Me on the Job This is not necessarily what I plan to do as a future career because i am already far more interested in a career of radiation oncology. But, If for some strange reason I find myself being a chemical engineerer then it would be a plus when switching to oncology because it does have a big part to do with medical. Chemical Reaction Job Description Chemical engineers are generally employed to take chemical discoveries made by laboratory chemists and determine the most cost effective means of bringing these discoveries to market. Chemical engineering is a highly interdisciplinary engineering discipline, and exists at the crossroads between physics, chemistry, and biology. They design and manage industrial level chemical processes in economic sectors as varied as energy, pharmaceuticals, green technology, and materials research. SCHOOL Training and Education Virtually all chemical engineering positions require completion of a four year undergraduate degree program resulting in a bachelors degree accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). Top Schools to seek Training California Institute of Technology University of Illinois Cornell University Univeristy of California Virgina Tech Pennsylvania State University Abraham Baldwin Agricultural Abram Friedman Occupational Bellevue College Black Hills State University
Transcript: Major Fields Top 10% earn over $130,000 Employment As more and more products are produced chemically, more and more chemical engineers will be required to oversee these processes A chemical engineer must work with managers and quality control engineers during a normal day How chemistry is involved Just like chemistry is diverse in problems, a chemical engineer must overcome a variety of obstacles when designing or producing products "Chemical Engineering." The Free Dictionary. Farlex. Web. 07 May 2012. Food Clothing Drugs Petroleum I want to be a chemical engineer because I enjoy solving problems and overcoming obstacles, and chemistry is my favorite class ever Education "Chemical." Best Chemical Engineering Programs. Web. 08 May 2012. Chemical Engineering Works Cited An entry level chemical engineering job requires a bachelors degree in engineering The use of chemistry to design and manufacture products Average salary of around $80,000 Chemical engineers usually work in a lab or manufacturing facility A typical job includes ensuring that products meet certain specifications, or meet the needs of the customer Work environment "Chemical Engineering Overview." Sloan Career CornerstoneCenter. Web. 7 May 2012. Top programs include Michigan Institute of Technology, California Institute of Technology, and Stanford University A chemical engineer must use their knowledge of chemistry to solve problems involved in the development of a product that will suit a customer's needs Why I want the job Companies expect some sort of internship in order to consider an applicant Promotions require on-the-job training programs, and possibly mentor programs Average starting salary of about $59,707 Most programs include general chemistry, physics, organic chemistry, Calculus I and II, and vector geometry
Transcript: Some needed skills include: ability to use math, physics, chemistry, and economics to solve problems or assist in real-life situations with the skills. Chemical engineers can sign and operate machines and plants that use chemical solutions to solve practical problems. Make systems that use chemicals to efficiently produce other chemicals or materials. Chemical engineers more often go for bachelor’s degree in engineering, math, or chemistry. However, some go for their master's degree. They must have a license, and a degree from a program approved by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). Includes: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) University of California of Santa Barbara Stanford University (SU) Princeton University (PU) University of Florida (UF) Initial median pay of $65,000. Salary can increase up to $110,000 annually. American Chemical Society (ACS) publishes weekly engineering-related news on their website. Electrochemical Society (ECS) is an educational organization that encourages research and development in the chemical-engineering field. Companies include: British Petroleum (BP) Dow Merck Can be more specified in their work, like petroleum engineering or assisting in biomedical research. In BP, chemical engineers can construct structures that can help extract, refine, and turn the oil into useful products such as gasoline or fuel Dow is chemical engineering companies where engineers help develop solutions and energy for the use of today’s society and to satisfy the overall energy demand Merck is chemical engineering company where engineers help develop medicines, therapies, and vaccines for the ill around the world. Some projects include: The Human Genome Project which worked on maping out the human genome. Constructing a petroleum drilling rig to help extract petroleum Assistance in development of nanoparticle laden contact lenses The barking dog reaction is where nitrous oxide/nitrogen monoxide/white phosphorous react with carbon disfulfide to produce a bright blue flash or fire and a sound similar to a barking dog. Sulfur Hexafluoride can make your voice deeper, and is about six times more dense than air. http://chemistry.about.com/od/chemistrystudentfaqs/f/chemeng.htm : Job description http://chemistry.about.com/od/chemicalengineerin1/a/chemicalengineer.htm : Skills required degrees, and additional degrees. http://www.engineering.edu.com/engrschools.htm : Schools for degrees http://chenected.aiche.org/chemical-engineering-progress/che-degree-has-largest-initial-payback/ : Salary http://www.engineeringedu.com/socchem.html : Societies / associations http://cen.acs.org/index.html : Societies / Associations http://www.electrochem.org/ : Societies / Associations http://dow.com/about/ : Companies / Agencies http://www.bp.com/sectiongenericarticle.do?categoryId=3&contentId=2006926 : Companies / Agencies http://www.merck.com/about/home.html : Companies / Agencies http://ornl.gov/sci/techresources/Human_Genome/home.shtml : Projects http://che.ufl.edu/index.asp: Projects (Research tab > Research overview) http://chemistry.about.com/od/chemistrystudentfaqs/f/chemeng.htm : Facts http://chemistry.about.com/od/chemistrydemonstrations/a/barkingdog.htm : Facts http://chemistry.about.com/od/demonstrationsexperiments/a/sulfurfluoride.htm : Facts Chemical engineers can sign and operate machines and plants that use chemical solutions to solve practical problems. Make systems that use chemicals to efficiently produce other chemicals or materials. Chemical engineering Chemical engineers are also known as Universal engineers because their subject is so broad. Chemical engineering
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