A broad, yet concise, introduction to the field of engineering for undergraduate students. Designed for the beginning student, this text covers the history of engineering, career paths for engineers, issues of professional responsibility and ethics, and critical engineering skills like problem solving and communication. Includes two case studies, one of which deals with the circumstances and events leading to the space shuttle Challenger accident. A brief, paperback text, this title can be used in conjunction with other texts to provide a solid foundation for the introductory engineering course.EIDE, A. R., R. D. JENISON, L. H. MASHAW, AND L. L. NORTHUP, Engineering Fundamentals and Problem Solving, McGraw-Hill Book ... BEAKLEY, GEORGE C ., AND H. W. LEACH, Engineering: An Introduction to a Creative Profession, Macmillan ... SMITH, RALPH J., BLAINE R. BUTLER, AND WILLIAM K. LEBOLD, Engineering as a Career, 4th Edition, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1983. 7.
|Title||:||Introduction to Engineering Library|
|Author||:||Paul H. Wright|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2002-01-04|