The Engineering Process at TWI

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The engineering process is a set of steps engineers take to solve a problem. This includes identifying the goal in the first place, determining constraints, and then developing, building, and testing. This is an integral part of every project at TWI. It helps us ensure that our projects comply with the highest standards for safety and performance. This is especially important for New York City project as they must meet strict specifications.

During this phase students research the issue they’re facing in order to comprehend what the problem is and to gather data. This is an open-ended and student-centered approach to science that redirects classrooms away from traditional instruction.

At this point, students come up with ideas for how they can engineering design solve the problem. This is accomplished through discussions, writing on a whiteboard, or by using software. It’s okay if certain ideas don’t work. You can try other methods and test them.

After analyzing and brainstorming the results after which the team selects an option to design and build. This can be done on paper, using CAD software or by creating a physical or virtual prototype. This is an excellent step for students, as they can build an actual prototype that will enable them to test their ideas.

This is where the rubber meets the road for engineers as they must adhere to the limitations that are imposed on them such as cost and time, tools, resources and more. Engineers also have to keep in mind that their solutions should be safe and effective in order to be effective in the real world.

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