What is typical problems of professional engineer in industries?
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Answer \n. \nAccording to the American Institute of Industrial Engineers, Industrial Engineering is concerned with the design, improvement and installation of an integrated system of men, machine and equipment.\n. \nObjectives : to improve productivity\noptimum utilization of resources\n. \nFat…her of Industrial Engg : Frederick Taylor\n. \n. \n. \n. \n. \n. \na piece of mother natire (MORE)
Well, as you probably already know, professional athletes have to endure intense training so usually their whole week is booked with training and practices and getting in shape. I happen to have very close relationships with pro athletes(NFL/NBA) and recovering is a big part of their week.
Answer . I've been the proud owner of a '96 Ford Bronco for a little over a year now. but there are a few problems that they have. First, the front auto. hubs. its a ford problem. 2nd is the rear spring perches both of my rotted and cracked and had to be replaced. 3rd i haven't replaced it yet bu…t its going is the fuel pump. . none there the best thing. just watch for rust!!. The only problems I've encountered are with the E4OD automatic transmissions in the 92-96 models with the 351ci (5.8L) V8. I've replaced mine twice. Could be the 5.8 puts out more torque than the trans. can withstand for extended periods of time. My dad's F150 has the 4.9L inline 6 cylinder and the same transmission and his is 2 years older and has appx. 20,000 more miles than mine with similar driving histories and his transmission is just starting to go bad. However, if you have the 5.0, then no worries. Or at least fewer worries. Other than that the Broncos are pretty solid. I don't plan on selling mine for a long time if I can avoid it. (MORE)
Answer . Persons should be cleancut, preferably have on some type of unifom clothing....Show up when you say you will, do quality work....
A professional Electrical Engineer needs to obtain a degree from an ABET accredited university, work under a professional Electrical Engineer for at least four years, and finally pass the Professional Engineering Exam for Electrical Engineers http://www.ncees.org/exams/formats/#Electrical
a typical day is to wake up get dress and to go to a game or practice
A professional engineer is a person who by reason of his or her knowledge of mathematics, the physical sciences and the principles of engineering, acquired by professional education and practical experience, is qualified to engage in the practice of professional engineering.. The practice of profes…sional engineering includes any professional service requiring the application of engineering principles and data, in which the public welfare or the safeguarding of life, health or property is concerned and involved, such as consultation investigation, evaluation, planning, design, or responsible supervision of construction, alteration, or operation, in connection with any public or private utilities, structures, projects, bridges, plants and buildings, machines, equipment, processes and works.. A person offers to practice professional engineering if the person by verbal claim, sign, advertisement, letterhead, card or in any other way represents himself or herself to be a professional engineer; or who holds himself or herself out as able to practice professional engineering.. No person may practice professional engineering in Wisconsin unless the person has been duly registered as a professional engineer. In order to qualify as a professional engineer in Wisconsin, applicants must have the education and experience, and pass the examination or examinations, as indicated below. Further details regarding these criteria can be found in Chapter 443 of the Wisconsin Statutes and A-E 4 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code. (MORE)
pumping water out of shafts -----> NovaNET answer Creating new tools. It operated pumps to control flooding of the mines.
Oh my Gosh how vague can you be?. Gas cap. evap hose. O2 sensor. fuel problem
Dime a dozen! Too many engineers already in Canada, but most can't speak english. We are told we need engineers here, but we don't make anything in canada, except pipeline to usa.
Electrical engineers typically spend their day planning, testing,manufacturing, installing, and writing instructions for projects.Electrical engineers also spend time determining the feasibilityand practicality of a project.
my 1994-Brakes, egr valve, throttle position sensor, cruise control "drops out" sometimes, alternator, battery, exhaust (once the stock stainless system goes, you will have a hard time keeping an exhaust system on the car), fuel pump, serpentine belt, power locks, power antenna, peeling paint, brake… lines, master cylinder, front struts and strut bearings, power steering fluid cooler. Oil pan rusted out. Oil spray the underbody to keep the frame and floor strong. Change engine oil, tranny and rad fluid regularly (my car has not had any engine, tranny or cooling system problems so far). Very fast and strong running, with good fuel mileage, for a heavy full size car. (MORE)
I am a mechanical engineer in a fossil power plant. I typically work 7am to 4pm. The first half hour of the day is spent reading email, checking voicemail, and reviewing any operational problems from the nightshift. 730 to 830 is the daily plant meeting to discuss problems. The rest of the day is di…ctated by the problems of the day. My time is flexible for the most part. I try to spend time looking for re-occuring problems with equipments (temperature increase, vibration problems, etc.). I also work on work scopes for future projects. I work at a small plant right now but at the large plant that I used to work at everyday was spent working on a different equipment problem. It was nice because you had a variety of work to do but you also felt that nothing ever operated like it was supposed to. We call it fighting fires. In addition to day-to-day problems I have also worked on control system upgrades and turbine overhauls. Those are large projects that require the unit to be off for several weeks at a time. This past spring I was the project manager for a $2.3 milllion turbine overhaul. Outage work is more rigorous, typically requiring 10 to 12 hour shifts for 6 or 7 days per week for several weeks. I found myself working 14 to 16 hours many days. I like working in power plants because I can get a mixture of office work and being out in the field. Some enigneers never like to leave the office but I enjoy being able to go out into the field and see the equipment that I am working on.. (MORE)
Problem with the distributor engine tuning not constant after replacing new contact either engine will run low or higher that it will vibrate especially aircon on. Any recommendation to replace it with electronic distributor which can fit my Toyota ee90 engine?..
An Industrial Engineer is an engineer who works in a factory. His job is to solve any problems which come up when the factory is making a product which has been designed by Desing Engineers. The Design Engineer decides what a product's characteristics should be, builds and tests a prototype (a sampl…e model), and supplies detailed drawings and specifications to Manufacturing (which operates the factory). If the drawings and specs are good enough, Manufacturing will have no problem building hundreds or thousands of products. However, often the specs are incomplete or inconsistent. Then the Industrial Engineer figures out what's wrong with the specs and corrects them so Manufacturing can proceed. Naturally, he usually must confer with the Design Engineers to get the problem solved. Industrial engineering is a branch of engineering concerned with the development, improvement, implementation and evaluation of integrated systems of people, money, knowledge, information, equipment, energy, material and process. It also deals with designing new prototypes to help save money and make the prototype better. Industrial engineering draws upon the principles and methods of engineering analysis and synthesis, as well as mathematical, physical and social sciences together with the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design to specify, predict, and evaluate the results to be obtained from such systems. In lean manufacturing systems, industrial engineers work to eliminate wastes of time, money, materials, energy, and other resources. (MORE)
Conventional: $2-$2.50/qt $13ish/5qt. Synthetic: $5-$6.5/qt $17-$23/5qt. These are the prices that I typically see at WalMarts.
Wake up around 0900 hrs. Go to rest room take a hot steaming dump and empty bladder then shave. Go into kitchen and make breakfast and then eat. Relax a while then around noon, head to the ballpark. Around 1330 hrs., get in hottub for about 15 minutes. Go to weight room and workout with weights for …about 45 minutes. Lounge around for about 30-45 minutes, eat a snack and/or a small meal with high protein. Around 1700 hrs., start excercising and limbering up, start batting practice. Later get in game uniform, go thru pre-game activities, take the field. First pitch, crash into wall chasing foul ball and dislocate shoulder and tear you ACL ending your season. (MORE)
Arrive at 9 . Fix a bug . Test - Make sure it works . Coffee . Answer questions to customer on the phone. . Lunch - Play Cards. . Talking to manager about customer requirements. ( What is the software supposed to do?) . Writing new code . Coffee . Talk about computer games with other Engine…ers. . Testing . Leave at 6. . Arrive at 9 . Fix a bug . Test - Make sure it works . Coffee . Answer questions to customer on the phone. . Lunch - Play Cards. . Talking to manager about customer requirements. ( What is the software supposed to do?) . Writing new code . Coffee . Talk about computer games with other Engineers. . Testing . Leave at 6. (MORE)
Assuming you mean "Is an engineer considered as professional as a doctor?", then yes. This would only apply to actual engineers though; there are a lot of people who call themselves engineers when really they're technicians, draftsmen etc. It would be like a nurse calling themself a doctor.
Trevithick invented the steam engine to pump water out offlooded mines but it wasn't for coal mining. He invented the engineto use in tin mines. . ++++ James Watt subsequently established why the early Newcomen (notTrevithick) engines were so inefficient, and worked on the problemof turning a pisto…n's reciprocating movement into rotating a shaft,so paved the way for engines that could not only pump water fromdeep mines (metal or coal) but also put equipment and men in andout of the mine, and raise the ore or coal to the surface. . ' . Trevithick's contribution was in pioneering steam traction. (MORE)
To become a professional in industrial health and safety you normally obtain a college degree, usually a Master's degree or a Doctorate, depending on the specific field you choose to pursue. Possible fields include: . Industrial Medicine . Industrial Nursing . Occupational Hygiene . Safety Engin…eering . Health Physics . Ergonomics / Human Factors Others have become "safety professionals" by being appointed by their employers to a front-line safety management or safety coordinator position, taking numerous short courses on relevant topics and eventually obtaining professional certification and moving to a job assignment requiring professional status. (MORE)
Engineer tools usually differ by the inclusion of a scale. Carpenters and woodworkers are usually only interested in the measurement of something physical. Engineers typically work from scale drawings, which can come in a variety of scales. Most engineering measurement tools are marked with sever…al different scales (1" = 1 foot, 1" = 5 feet, etc.) so that they can be used with different types of scale drawings. (MORE)
The following is written by and according to the U.S. Department of Labor and particular to the education and training required for engineers. Engineers typically enter the occupation with a bachelor's degree in an engineering specialty, but some basic research positions may require a graduate d…egree. Engineers offering their services directly to the public must be licensed. Continuing education to keep current with rapidly changing technology is important for engineers. Education and training. A bachelor's degree in engineering is required for almost all entry-level engineering jobs. College graduates with a degree in a natural science or mathematics occasionally may qualify for some engineering jobs, especially in specialties that are in high demand. Most engineering degrees are granted in electrical and electronics engineering, mechanical engineering, and civil engineering. However, engineers trained in one branch may work in related branches. For example, many aerospace engineers have training in mechanical engineering. This flexibility allows employers to meet staffing needs in new technologies and specialties in which engineers may be in short supply. It also allows engineers to shift to fields with better employment prospects or to those which more closely match their interests. Most engineering programs involve a concentration of study in an engineering specialty, along with courses in both mathematics and the physical and life sciences. Many programs also include courses in general engineering. A design course, sometimes accompanied by a computer or laboratory class or both, is part of the curriculum of most programs. Often, general courses not directly related to engineering, such as those in the social sciences or humanities, also are required. In addition to the standard engineering degree, many colleges offer 2-year or 4-year degree programs in engineering technology. These programs, which usually include various hands-on laboratory classes that focus on current issues in the application of engineering principles, prepare students for practical design and production work, rather than for jobs that require more theoretical and scientific knowledge. Graduates of 4-year technology programs may get jobs similar to those obtained by graduates with a bachelor's degree in engineering. Engineering technology graduates, however, are not qualified to register as professional engineers under the same terms as graduates with degrees in engineering. Some employers regard technology program graduates as having skills between those of a technician and an engineer. Graduate training is essential for engineering faculty positions and some research and development programs, but is not required for the majority of entry-level engineering jobs. Many experienced engineers obtain graduate degrees in engineering or business administration to learn new technology and broaden their education. Numerous high-level executives in government and industry began their careers as engineers. The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) accredits college and university programs in engineering and engineering technology. ABET accreditation is based on a program's faculty, curriculum, and facilities; the achievement of a program's students; program improvements; and institutional commitment to specific principles of quality and ethics. Graduation from an ABET-accredited program may be required for engineers who need to be licensed. Although most institutions offer programs in the major branches of engineering, only a few offer programs in the smaller specialties. Also, programs with the same title may vary in content. For example, some programs emphasize industrial practices, preparing students for a job in industry, whereas others are more theoretical and are designed to prepare students for graduate work. Therefore, students should investigate curricula and check accreditations carefully before selecting a college. Admissions requirements for undergraduate engineering schools include a solid background in mathematics (algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus) and science (biology, chemistry, and physics), in addition to courses in English, social studies, and humanities. Bachelor's degree programs in engineering typically are designed to last 4 years, but many students find that it takes between 4 and 5 years to complete their studies. In a typical 4-year college curriculum, the first 2 years are spent studying mathematics, basic sciences, introductory engineering, humanities, and social sciences. In the last 2 years, most courses are in engineering, usually with a concentration in one specialty. Some programs offer a general engineering curriculum; students then specialize on the job or in graduate school. Some engineering schools have agreements with 2-year colleges whereby the college provides the initial engineering education and the engineering school automatically admits students for their last 2 years. In addition, a few engineering schools have arrangements that allow students who spend 3 years in a liberal arts college studying preengineering subjects and 2 years in an engineering school studying core subjects to receive a bachelor's degree from each school. Some colleges and universities offer 5-year master's degree programs. Some 5-year or even 6-year cooperative plans combine classroom study with practical work, permitting students to gain valuable experience and to finance part of their education. Licensure. All 50 States and the District of Columbia require licensure for engineers who offer their services directly to the public. Engineers who are licensed are called professional engineers (PEs). This licensure generally requires a degree from an ABET-accredited engineering program, 4 years of relevant work experience, and completion of a State examination. Recent graduates can start the licensing process by taking the examination in two stages. The initial Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination can be taken upon graduation. Engineers who pass this examination commonly are called engineers in training (EITs) or engineer interns (EIs). After acquiring suitable work experience, EITs can take the second examination, called the Principles and Practice of Engineering exam. Several States have imposed mandatory continuing education requirements for relicensure. Most States recognize licensure from other States, provided that the manner in which the initial license was obtained meets or exceeds their own licensure requirements. Many civil, mechanical, and chemical engineers are licensed PEs. Independently of licensure, various certification programs are offered by professional organizations to demonstrate competency in specific fields of engineering. Other qualifications. Engineers should be creative, inquisitive, analytical, and detail oriented. They should be able to work as part of a team and to communicate well, both orally and in writing. Communication abilities are becoming increasingly important as engineers interact more frequently with specialists in a wide range of fields outside engineering. Engineers who work for the Federal Government usually must be U.S. citizens. Some engineers, particularly nuclear engineers and aerospace and other engineers working for defense contractors, may need to hold a security clearance. Certification and advancement. Beginning engineering graduates usually work under the supervision of experienced engineers and, in large companies, also may receive formal classroom or seminar-type training. As new engineers gain knowledge and experience, they are assigned more difficult projects with greater independence to develop designs, solve problems, and make decisions. Engineers may advance to become technical specialists or to supervise a staff or team of engineers and technicians. Some eventually may become engineering managers or enter other managerial or sales jobs. In sales, an engineering background enables them to discuss a product's technical aspects and assist in product planning, installation, and use. Numerous professional certifications for engineers exist and may be beneficial for advancement to senior technical or managerial positions. Many certification programs are offered by the professional societies listed as sources of additional information for engineering specialties at the end of this statement. For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (U.S. Department of Labor) indicated directly below this answer section. (MORE)
For entry level positions, the minimum educational requirement is a bachelor's degree. For many higher level positions, a master's or doctorate may be required.
8 examples of typical service industries . Financial services . Maid service . Restaurants . Hospitality occupations . Lawn care, landscape and gardening services . Tourism (travel agencies) . Advertising Services . Housekeeping
industrialization has cause many environmental problems, such as deforestation, global warming, green house, air pollution, .etc. Industrialization causes new diseases and cancers such as launch cancer.
The first link points to a page describing their work in America,the second is for Canada.
There are many industrial problems faced by Pakistan. A potentialsolution would be to have an expansion of markets, both nationallyand internationally.
A BSEE degree from an accredited University or College is the starting point. From there you can pursue advanced degrees or obtain a Professional Engineers license by passing a test.
industrialization is a problem which causes the city to be more crowded. there will be no more space for housing because of the factories that has been built in the area for housing. factories and other business building are built there instead of the houses that have to be built which is the ba…sic needs of people in the country. (MORE)
The code of professional conduct is issued under the provisions of Clause 23 of the Constitution of the New Zealand Computer Society Incorporated and is binding on all members of the Society.
Child labour, long hours, unsafe working condtions, a mass number of unskilled workers, strikes, riots, and many people fell below the poverty line
The Mistakes done by engineers during there work which leads to some kind of damage to society is called engineering problem.
Too many calories - in the form of fats and sugars, primarily. Most people in the United States and other developed countries get plenty of macro-nutrients in their diets. They may eat too much protein, too many carbohydrates, and too much fat, but deficiencies in macro-nutrients are rarely a pro…blem. The problem in the United States and other industrialized nations is primarily micro-nutrient deficiency: to few vitamins, minerals, and phytonutritents. Too few vegetables and fruits: In the U.S., one third of all adults get less vitamin C from their diet than is recommended by the National Academy of Sciences, and 1 out of every 6 adults gets less than half the amount recommended. (MORE)
The National Paint, Varnish, and Lacquer Association was formed in 1933, and was later renamed the National Paint and Coatings Association (NPCA).
There are so many work of industrial engineers...Like they can workin the production plant, field work, office work and many. Eventhey can be engaged as supervisor of the production....
Nearly all the companies in this industry employed fewer than 20 workers. Typically, small to mid-sized machine shop receipts account for as much as 70 percent of industry revenues.
Companies in this industry manufacture a plethora of devices, including weapon-firing control mechanisms, optical laser-sighting systems, binoculars, borescopes,
The ABMA, based out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is a membership trade organization representing broom, brush, and mop manufacturers.
These are few that I know. 1. Not much maintenance; 2. bad weather; 3. Not fitted design; 4. Flashing problems; 5. Metal edge and gravel stop problems; 6. Braces, signs, rooftop, support problems.
kanang dli maayo ang epekto pra sa environment ug maka daot man gud na dli lang sa tao pati pud sa nature sa environment sa earth..>.
Return on Investment (ROI) . Related Terms: Financial Ratios Return on investment (ROI) is a financial ratio intended to measure the benefit obtained from an investment. Time is usually of the essence in this measurement because it takes time for an investment to realize a benefit. An ROI calcula…tion can be illustrated by the purchase and subsequent sale of a house. Let us assume a cash purchase of a residence for $100,000. The house is held for 10 years and is then sold for $150,000; during its 10 years of ownership, maintenance costs have been $1,000 per year, so that the net sales value is $140,000. This sum, less the purchase price, nets out to $40,000. That $40,000 divided by the purchase price produces 0.4 or 40 percent. The ROI of this transaction has therefore been 40 percent. This elaborate example is presented with a purpose. ROIs are typically calculated in different ways. In this example, for instance, the owner may have rented the house for $200 per month and realized a 10-year income stream of $24,000 as well. If that income is factored in, the net benefit will be $64,000 rather than $40,000, and the ROI will be 64 percent. The general rule to keep in mind is that ROI is the ratio produced when all gains from a transaction, less the costs associated with that transaction, are divided by the initial investment. The most common use of ROI is to assess the profitability of a company (or an operation within a company) based on investment. There are other measures of profitability-as a percent of sales , for instance, or as a percent of total assets used. ROI is of special interest to those who put their money into stocks or invest their savings into their own business: they have different choices available, and ROI can help to guide them to where to put their money. ALTERNATIVE WAYS OF CALCULATING ROI The general formula for computing the ROI of a business is to divide the company's net income for a period by its invested capital. But the term "invested capital" does not have a universally or uniformly accepted definition. It is sometimes defined as net work or owners' equity. Other definitions include the company's long-term debt on the principle that, for operational purposes, money derived from debt is equivalent to paid-in capital. Barron's Dictionary of Finance and Investment Terms (1985), for instance, includes long-term debt in its definition of "return on invested capital," which it uses synonymously with ROI. When the company has no long-term debt, the measure becomes Return on Equity. MSN Money uses the same definition as Barron's and showed, in mid-2006, that the average return on capital (ROI including long-term debt) of the S&P 500 companies was 7.9 percent. Return on equity was 12.4 percent. The small business can, thus, calculate its ROI simply by dividing its after-tax income by its net worth (the residue after total liabilities are deducted from total assets on the balance sheet) or can use net worth plus long-term debt. Consistency in the use of the formula is, of course, advisable. When asked by a lender or investor for the company's ROI, the owner might be well advised to find out the party's own definition. ROI will be lower if long-term debt is present. ROI calculations are also typically employed to monitor the performance of divisions or of product lines within a company. The approaches used tend to be varied, but a common form of measurement is to use operating income for the division (income before taxes) as the "gain" and a composite measure to represent investment-funds expended on behalf of the division's operations including the depreciated value of capital equipment, the value of inventories carried, and the net value of receivables less payables. When all divisions are measured the same way, comparisons are possible across the board. ROI can also be used to evaluate a proposed investment in new equipment by dividing the increase in profit attributable to the new equipment by the increase in invested capital needed to acquire it. For example, a small business may be able to save $5,000 in operating expenses (and thus raise profit by the same amount) by spending $25,000 on a piece of new equipment. This yields an ROI of $5,000 divided by $25,000 or 20 percent. If this figure is higher than the company's cost of capital (the interest paid on debt and the dividends paid to investors) prior to the investment, and no better investment opportunities exist for those funds, it may make sense to purchase the equipment. In addition to the various uses ROI holds for small business managers, it is routinely used by investors in the stock market to compare the performance of different companies and by people buying and selling companies in merger and acquisition activity. (MORE)
Claims-made: A type of professional liabilityinsurance policy that covers injuries/damages only if the injuryoccurs in the policy period and only if the claim is reported orfiled to the insurance company during the policy period or duringthe tail. Occurrencebasis: Professional liability insuranc…e policy that coversinjuries/damages that occur during the period covered by the policyeven though the claim may be reported or filed outside the policyperiod. Tailcoverage: An uninterrupted extension of the insurancepolicy period, also known as the extended reportingendorsement. Umbrella coverage: Coverage purchased in additionto a basic liability policy that provides additional amount limitsand/or adds coverage for events not covered in the basic policy. (MORE)
I wont be a professional Engineer because of having the degree of engineering, i will be the same by helping to the society by develop the science and technology and save the earth by live friendly with environment.
One typical example of an industrial machine used in the automotive industry would be a press. The press is used to stamp parts, mainly body components, from sheets of steel.
Bedwetting is probably the major sleeping problem which is typically outgrown. Other conditions such as sleep apnea and sleepwalking are not so easily done with.
Medtronics manufactures products for the medical industry. Medtronics manufatures medical devices and technology that is used to treat people with chronic conditons throughout the world. They manufacture such devices as insulin pumps, defibrillators and drug pumps.
Not exactly sure of your question? An Industrial Engineer does study pneumatics, but does not specialize in that field. The curriculum also covers Ergonomics, Civil, Mechanical, Hydraulic and several other disciplines, just not to a level that the specific engineering discipline would cover.
There is not a typical Ford engine size, as the Ford car company creates many different cars with different engine sizes. The Ford Ka, a small city car, has engine power of 59 BHP and 5000 RPM.
Devco industrial heaters are mainly used, as the name already says, for industrial processing. They offer heaters such as band heaters, steam generators, cartridge heaters and temperature sensors.