By Marshall Brain
Engineering is the place human wisdom meets real-world problems—and solves them. It's the resource of a few of our best innovations, from the catapult to the jet engine. Marshall mind, author of the How Stuff Works sequence and a professor on the Engineering marketers application at NCSU, presents an in depth examine 250 milestones within the self-discipline. He covers some of the components, together with chemical, aerospace, and laptop engineering, from historical historical past to the current. the subjects contain architectural wonders just like the Acropolis, the good Wall of China, and the Eiffel Tower; transportation advances similar to the high-speed bullet educate; clinical thoughts, together with the factitious middle and kidney dialysis; advancements in communications, comparable to the cellphone; in addition to air-con, wireless, the big Hadron Collider, the self-driving automobile, and extra.
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