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The Four Main Branches of Engineering
Transcript of The Four Main Branches of Engineering
By: Javion Smith Sanders
Equipment used for this project.
Computer with internet access
This activity is about the different types of engineering.
What I have learned?
What is engineering?
Finding a solution to a problem through visual design.
The four main branches of engineering
Chemical engineering is producing products using chemicals . Chemical make things like paint, fuels, and paper. One problem they face is preventing chemicals from being released into the atmosphere.
Civil engineering is the engineering of making houses, buildings, bridges and railways. They also make other stuff like.....
St. Louis Arch
Golden Gate Bridge
Electrical engineering is solving the problems using electricity. They make phones, Mp3s, and the most new communications systems.
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One new problem electrical engineers are working on is rerouting the current electrical system. This is how you get electricity to your house. The system we have now we have had since the 1940s, and it needs to be replaced .
Mechanical engineering is involves anything that is mechanical. this involves gears and anything that moves. This expands from bike locks to airplane carriers.
The four major branches of engineering.
Mechanical engineers work in all fields of engineering, including aerospace and electrical engineering.
My chosen engineering field is. .......
Aerospace Engineering !
The average pay of an aerospace engineer is $96,740 according to Nasa.gov