DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Mechanical engineers require a solid understanding of key concepts including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, energy and manufacturing. They use these principles in the design and analysis of automobiles, aircraft, heating and cooling systems, buildings and bridges, industrial equipment & machinery, and many more.

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Where Do America’s Mechanical Engineers Work?

Infographic | February 6, 2020

Mechanical engineers are found in dozens of industries, and the technical divisions of ASME span from aerospace to tribology. However, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the arm of the U.S. government tasked with tracking employment, found that of the 303,440 mechanical engineers at work in the United States in May 2018 the date of its most recent estimate of industry-specific occupational employment and wages, 148,890 work in the manufacturing sector. That’s 49 percent of all mechanical engineers.

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How Augmented and Virtual Reality Can Boost Productivity in Construction

Infographic | January 9, 2020

The U.S. construction industry builds nearly $1.3 trillion worth of structures every year and employs more than 7 million workers. For various reasons, poor productivity in construction is a costly and difficult challenge to address. Virtual reality and augmented reality technology can improve communication, reduce costs, and identify problems in advance.

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Top 10 ‘Must’ Engineer Skills To Become DevOps-Powered!

Infographic | June 2, 2022

DevOps is the more popular word today. If you are a DevOps engineer, then it’s your time in the global IT industry. But success in DevOps journey doesn’t come so easily. The industry needs a different ‘YOU’ with go-getter attitude and a collaborative mindset.

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The 6 Advantages of Reverse Engineering

Infographic | March 20, 2020

Reverse engineering is an efficient way for the engineers to disintegrate a finished and working model of a physical structure to develop an enhanced version. The infographic concerns itself with the advantages of the process of reverse engineering and the benefits that engineers levy from it. It talks about reconstructing an outdated product and creating a new version of the same. An engineer can discover any vulnerabilities with the product and eradicate them with enhancements. It is quite an inspiring process for the organisations providing reverse engineering services.

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Top 10 construction technology trends for 2020

Infographic | December 30, 2019

The construction industry is under a significant paradigm shift. When we look back throughout this industry’s history we notice some great advancements have taken place. As the end of the year approaches and we look ahead to 2020 there’s no reason we shouldn’t expect more of the same to occur.

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Trade Winds Single-Point Store for construction chemicals products

Infographic | April 2, 2020

Rapid developments in emerging countries and the use of innovative products and materials in construction activities have supported the growth of construction chemicals markets. Construction activities are driven by continuing industrialization and urbanization. Increasing construction expenditures in both new construction and improvement & repair projects will drive the demand for construction chemicals.

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Catalysis Additive Tooling

Catalysis Additive Tooling has the capability to design and 3D print tooling. We also can manufacture parts as well providing a One Stop Shop to our customers. At Catalysis Additive Tooling we can provide Mass Production level low to medium volume parts in half the time and half the cost compared to traditional tooling.

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