TIL Joseph Strauss, the engineer of the golden Gate Bridge, mandated that a net be installed under the bridge for safety while being built. This was revolutionary at the time. The net caught 19 men who fell, saving all of them from a certain death. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jos…
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TIL: A 2017 study by statistician Nathan Yau found the career divorce rates. Bartenders, flight attendants , massage therapists, and nurses had the highest at around 45-50%. Meanwhile, actuaries had the lowest at 17%, followed by software developers, engineers, scientists, and eye doctors. divorce.lovetoknow.com/Di…
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I have made more money from Cryptocurrency & Pokemon Cards this year than the last 12 years of working as an engineer - my girlfriend thinks I'm mad!

2020 has been a strange and stressful year for us all but with the lockdown and covid we have all had a lot more spare time for ourselves.

Much to the dismay of my girlfriend I spent most of the last year investing in cryptocurrency and pokemon cards. Endless nights staring at charts or bidding on ebay have paid off though and incredibly I have managed to earn more than I have from my entire career as an engineer.

I'm hoping she will forgive me for "wasting my time on magic coins and children's toys" when I take her on a nice holiday once the pandemic is over.

What an age to live in!

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We're scientists and engineers working on NASAβ€˜s Perseverance rover and Ingenuity helicopter that just landed on Mars. Ask us anything!

The largest, most advanced rover NASA has sent to another world landed on Mars, Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021, after a 293 million mile (472 million km) journey. Perseverance will search for signs of ancient microbial life, study the planet’s geology and past climate, and be the first mission to collect and cache Martian rock and regolith, paving the way for human exploration of the Red Planet. Riding along with the rover is the Ingenuity Mars helicopter, which will attempt the first powered flight on another world.

Now that the rover and helicopter are both safely on Mars, what's next? What would you like to know about the landing? The science? The mission's 23 cameras and two microphones aboard? Mission experts are standing by. Ask us anything!

Hallie Abarca, Image and Data Processing Operations Team Lead, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Jason Craig, Visualization Producer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Cj Giovingo, EDL Systems Engineer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Nina Lanza, SuperCam Scientist, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Adam Nelessen, EDL Cameras Engineer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Mallory Lefland, EDL Systems Engineer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Lindsay Hays, Astrobiology Program and Mars Sample Return Deputy Program Scientist, NASA HQ

George Tahu, Mars 2020 Program Executive, NASA HQ

Joshua Ravich, Ingenuity Helcopter Mechanical Engineering Lead, JPL

PROOF: https://twitter.com/NASA/status/1362900021386104838

Edit 5:45pm ET: That's all the time we have for today. Thank you again for all the great questions!

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The engineer made an 'icycycle' by replacing the original wheels with serrated steel rims. v.redd.it/eb6nmjzobyh61
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Mark Rober, an engineer who has designed a glitterbomb for porch pirates had the opportunity to use this device to help arrest phone scammers. He also intercepted and returned thousands of dollars to people that fell victim to said scams. Video linked in comments.
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The demolition of cooling tower one at Halifax Power Station, West Yorkshire, in 1971. The engineers didn't put enough explosives around the base of the tower and so it stayed at it's leaning angle until it was finally demolished in 1977. v.redd.it/h53rs4u4fmr61
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Okay So I was watching this web series called Asur. There is a girl who is a software engineer by profession and helping the CBI to hack a very confidential database. When the camera shifts to the computer screen, it shows a terminal with codes written to print star pattern (with proper comments).
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Engineers propose solar-powered lunar ark as 'modern global insurance policy' - Thanga's team believes storing samples on another celestial body reduces the risk of biodiversity being lost if one event were to cause total annihilation of Earth. phys.org/news/2021-03-sol…
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[Spoilers] Season 2 Episode 8 Discussion Thread - "The Eternal Engineer" (S02E08)

Attention all Passengers,

Here is the Discussion thread for the Season 2 episode 8 "The Eternal Engineer"

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    • March 15th, 2021 (USA only, at 9/8c, on TNT channel)
    • March 16th, 2021 (worldwide, on Netflix)
  • Removal from Sticky on March 19th, 2021 (3 days after worldwide premiere)

You can still easily find previous episode discussions on the Episode Discussion wiki.

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An engineer who was unemployed for a long time decided to open a medical clinic. He puts a sign outside the clinic: "A cure for your ailment guaranteed at $500; we'll pay you $1,000 if we fail."

A Doctor thinks this is a good opportunity to earn $1,000 and goes to his clinic.

Doctor: "I have lost my sense of taste."

Engineer: "Nurse, please bring the medicine from box 22 and put 3 drops in the patient's mouth."

Doctor: "This is Gasoline!"

Engineer: "Congratulations! You've got your taste back. That will be $500."

The Doctor gets annoyed and goes back after a couple of days later to recover his money.

Doctor: "I have lost my memory, I cannot remember anything."

Engineer: "Nurse, please bring the medicine from box 22 and put 3 drops in the patient's mouth."

Doctor: "But that is Gasoline!"

Engineer: "Congratulations! You've got your memory back. That will be $500."

The Doctor leaves angrily and comes back after several days, more determined than ever to make his money back.

Doctor: "My eyesight has become weak."

Engineer: "Nurse, please bring the medicine from box 11 and put 3 drops in the patient’s eyes.”

The nurse walks in carrying box #22.

Doctor: "Wait, that’s the box with the gasoline in it!”

Engineer: "Congratulations! You've got your vision back! That will be $500."

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Engineers who are on top of things, how do you keep track of and continue succeeding on a growing list of tasks that comes through multiple channels?

Throughout any given day I may receive 0 to 3 tasks via phone, email, IM, and conversation each and typically they can't all be completed in time for the next day. I'm having trouble tracking anything that I've made progress on or am yet to make progress on when the the next day comes around. Do you have any tips to help me be more effective?

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"I'm an engineer."
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Work is asking me to take on new responsibilities because Senior Engineer is leaving - can I ask for promotion (title/compensation)?

Hey all,

I learned recently my senior engineer is leaving and I have been tasked with taking on a lot more of his responsibilities. I am currently a Junior Engineer and this serves as the best opportunity for growth. I have scheduled a meeting with my manager to discuss things going forward with these new changes. With these new added senior level responsibilities, would it be appropriate for me to ask for a promotion and additional compensation for the work I would be doing? If so, what is the best way to approach this situation?

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Fellow Engineers, How Would You Free the Evergreen Ship Stuck in the Suez Canal

I'd stop messing with the bow and run multiple lines from the stern to multiple tracked vehicles and pull it out the way it went in.

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I asked an automotive engineer "What's the secret to Japanese motors?"

I posed this question to an Automotive Engineer friend of mine over text:
"What's the secret with Japanese motors? I've had a few friends over the years tell that they no longer buy American because the motors don't last beyond 7 years and they seemed to have better luck with Toyota or Honda"

I was amazed at his response because not only was it lengthy and thorough... it was also done entirely via text. I thought some people on this r/ might be interested or maybe enraged with his response so here it is.

"This is a super long conversation to conduct via text. I would disagree in general on that statement, but I realize everyone's experience may be different. For example I sold my '94 Yukon when it was 14 years old with 225k miles. My wife's Fusion that I just gave to my niece was 10 years old with 170k miles.
The trick is to find the power train for any company that have the longest platform life. The longer they use an engine, the more cars they build with it, the more they work the bugs out, and have long term research invested. The fundamental engineering principal to making long life, high quality cars is to change as little as possible.
Change points are the sources of new failures. You can test all you want, but there is no substitute for real world miles. The Japanese companies are masters at not changing things. When it comes to using the same parts over and over again, or same assembly method from car to car, they are the best. There is a Japanese industry word for it 'monozokuri'. I should know, I've lived it for the passed twenty years designing Honda and Toyota products!
If I had to guess, your friends probably drove 4 cylinder or maybe v6 cars. The big3 makes 4 cylinders because the want to round out their portfolio. But really they just want to build v8 engines and sell trucks. That is their money maker. Or crossover trucks with v8s in them. The Chevy v8 is the best engine in history. They originally designed it in 1955 and that same architecture has been carried through to today's Vettes and trucks!
On the flip side, the Japanese have been building 4 cylinders since the 50's due to high gas prices in Japan. The original designs were bought from the British and the Japanese have been perfecting 4 cylinder cars for over a half a century.
The practice of Monozokuri can produce high quality products but the flip side is that if it's carried too far, your product can be perceived as boring. This is why Honda or Toyota could never m

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Engineers who bailed on engineering, what do you do now?

And are you guys happier?

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What happens when management makes BS demands from engineers

TL;DR is in the bottom of the post.

Once upon a time, in a well known paper mill far away, on a beautiful September morning, the engineering squad was minding its own business running their checkup rounds on the machinery as usual. As we go back to the office after some morning repairs, our dearest enthusiastic manager hits us with:

Manager: β€œSo everybody, good job last quarter but this time, we want to aim higher and break production record per month”

My boss: β€œSir, we already produce more than competing paper mills in the region, A THOUSAND TONS MORE”

Manager: β€œWell you know what they say about setting the bar even higher”

Boss and engineering squad in unison: β€œBut Sir, the machine is already working at max operational speeds, beyond this -β€œ

M:”figure it out”

Now, if yall dont know, there are a few things you never want to make a machine do, one of them is pushing it to the designed limits as you risk various forms of failure and extreme vibration but since management threatened to fire some technicians if we don’t meet their criteria, we complied.

flash forward September 30th we about to hit the record Management is already preparing celebrations, news agencies are on site to report the achievement as the company is considered a pillar in our economy.

Annddd....you probably know what happens next. After over 7 reports from us to management telling them that we are running the mill at a huge risk of a fire and them threatening us with our jobs just so they can brag in front of the CEO, a fire started around the main machine, we lost over 500k$ in equipment and two technicians suffered from 3rd to 1st degree burns.

We get thrown under the bus initially but Upper management finds the reports in an investigation which leads to the managers and industrial engineers to be fired and sued for what they did.

TL;DR: Management wants to overdrive machines for profit, engineers comply knowing the risk, big fire, management gets fired.

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I did it. Im an Engineer

Not bragging or anything , but I finally have my Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering and landed a bang ass job here in the US. Started my journey from a third world country so thats something.

I have an amazing salary and its only upwards from here. Just wanted to share. Nothing but good wishes to anyone that reads this.

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-Hey man, can you code something like Reddit for me? -Well, uhh, can a mechanical engineer build a car from scratch?

I get these ridiculous questions all the time. I have fun answering them. I just feel sad because people underestimate our work.

What laughable questions you get about your job?

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ELI5 Why do engineers blast through hills instead of building highways over them?

Can't get back to all the comments, thanks all <3

EDIT: I used HILLS and not MOUNTAINS on purpose lol, c'mon guys I'm not that clueless. Tunnels absolutely do not figure into my question. Thank you everyone for answering this has been enlightening.

EDIT 2: I don't think it has occurred to some browsers of this sub that the people asking these questions have probably considered their own question and come up with hypotheses already. Trust me, I had 2 hours longer to drive and think after I posted the question at a gas station haha. ELI5 has confirmed some of my hypotheses about this and also added many new pieces of information to the puzzle which I am grateful for. Some of you taking time out of your day to say "stupid question" or something along those lines, please don't consider becoming teachers, and go forth in this sub operating under the assumption that a lot of the questions asked here are not just asked out of curiosity, but also just seeking confirmation of hypotheses before going out into the world and spewing BS lol.

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How to be a good engineer
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You know, I’m something of an engineer myself.
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This man was the chief engineer of the previous four Mars Rover Missions. He logged in to mission control as an advisor for this recent endeavor. Watch his joy during the landing: v.redd.it/j9ni77vxhni61
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"Supersite system in chaos." Retired engineer details everything wrong with the current supersite process and how to fix it.

From a recent WFP letter to the editor that I thought was worth a read:


In my Letter to the Editor and interview both published in the April 1st Free Press, I talked about my miserable experience in the vaccine line-up last Monday. The point of my letter was that I could see no apparent evidence of process design at our vaccination "supersite." I would be remiss if I didn’t now elaborate on a possible solution.

>April 1 letter

>Vaccine process embarrassing

> I arrived at the RBC Convention Centre at 5:25 p.m. Monday for my 5:40 p.m. vaccination appointment and was shocked to be pointed to a line that went all the way outside to the northeast corner of the building. Even after reaching the front door, I spent another hour inside shuffling in a seemingly endless line as it snaked through all three floors of the convention centre, all uncomfortably close to thousands of others caught in the same dilemma. Weary and feeling overexposed, I finally arrived at the vaccination area on the third floor at 6:45 p.m. It took another 45 minutes of sitting before I got my jab in the arm.

> As an engineer who spent most of my career in business-process design and the optimization of capacity, queues and bottlenecks, it was obvious to me that none of this science was used to set up this "super site." It wasn’t a lack of staffing. There were many friendly faces ready to point us to yet another leg in the line. It was a sheer lack of apparent process thought or design by those responsible. Embarrassing.

First, I need to say that I’ve talked to others who have gone to the RBC Convention Centre for their vaccine. Among the horror stories there are also good stories. To me, this is a sign of a system that is probably out of control. Rapid and random expanding and contracting bottlenecks throughout a process are a sure sign of a system in chaos. I experienced a worst case queue expansion last Monday. Those with a good experience were lucky enough to be there for a queue contraction.

I spent my engineering career in process design. I’ve found that very few managers think about process β€” or the fact that a process needs to be designed.

The vaccine process is not complicated. There are only really three steps: registration, consent form eval

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Generous $16-$18 hour job posting for "certified mechanical engineer"
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26, just came out of a 5 year abusive relationship. Wanted to be a sound engineer but becoming a therapist instead. I hope Reddit doesn’t pull punches
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This "lazy learner" went back to school and became a software engineer after 10+ years working for the church. I now earn 2.5x more than I did when I worked for the $100+ billion church. I've never been happier. This "lazy learner" is pushing himself everyday to be better. Say hi if you know me!
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AskScience AMA Series: Hi Reddit - we are group of 250 engineers, scientists, innovators, technologists, digital experts and designers with a collected 45 PhDs / Professors and 35 members representing national science or engineering institutions / charities. AUA!

TL;DR: Last week was British Science Week! We are here to answer any questions any of you have to do with science or technology and how they affect your life. There are no silly questions - ask us anything and we will try to give an easy-to-understand answer and, wherever possible, provide some further sources to enable you to do your own research/reading.

Our goal is simply to advance everyone's understanding of science, engineering and technology and to help people be better informed about the issues likely to affect them and their families.

More info / Longer read: CSES is a registered charity in the UK, founded in 1920. We're a volunteer group of over 250 members and our key strength is our diversity and interdisciplinary expertise. Our members come from a variety of educational, social and economic backgrounds, from industry and academia and a multitude of age groups, representing groups from the millennials all the way to the Silent Generation (our oldest member being 97)!

There has been growing dis-information globally in the last 20 years. Today's global interconnectedness, while being hugely beneficial for making information easily accessible to everyone, has made it ever more difficult to determine 'truth' and who to trust. As an independent charity, not affiliated or biased to any particular group, but with broad knowledge we are here to answer any questions you may have and to hopefully point you to further reading!

Our goal is simply to answer as many of your questions as we can - but we aren't able to give advice on things - sorry! We will also be clear where what we are saying is the experience-based opinion of someone in our team.

CSES will draw from its large pool of volunteers to answer your questions, however the people standing by to answer comments are:

  • Vic Leverett OBE: 40 years' engineering experience with previous director-level positions Europe's largest defence/engineering companies. Honoured by The Queen with an OBE for services to engineering and defence.
  • Professor David Humber: 30 years' experience as a researcher, lecturer and senior university manager specialising in immuno-biology and the life sciences.
  • David Whyte: Technologist and Chartered Engineer with 10 years' Research and Deployment experience and 15 international patents across a wide range of technologies.
  • Amy Knight: Science teacher and artist experienced in art/science collaborations with organisations like Soapbox Science and The Royal Socie
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