as a almost mechanical engineer i want to know what are the best paths to follow on the profession and best places to emigrate

as a almost mechanical engineer i want to know what are the best paths to follow on the profession and best places to emigrate

I am in the last year of University, Brazilian, currently working as intern on a refinery, on construction and assembly of a wsa condenser and carbon steel pipes. So as the title says i want to know from you guys what are the places that want someone with my profile and which specializations/fields of work i should follow. (sorry for grammar errors, my english is kinda rusted and its not my first language)

Submitted May 26, 2018 at 07:33PM by camusdigo
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as a almost mechanical engineer i want to know what are the best paths to follow on the profession and best places to emigrate

Wikipedia article of the day for May 27, 2018

The Wikipedia article of the day for May 27, 2018 is USS Orizaba.
USS Orizaba was a transport ship for the U.S. Navy in World War I and World War II, first commissioned on 27 May 1918. Orizaba made 15 transatlantic voyages for the Navy carrying troops to and from Europe in World War I with the second-shortest average in-port turnaround time of all Navy transports. The ship was turned over to the War Department in 1919 for use as Army transport USAT Orizaba. After the war, the troopship reverted to the Ward Line, her previous owners. In World War II the ship was requisitioned by the War Shipping Administration and again assigned to the War Department, but was soon transferred to the U.S. Navy as USS Orizaba (AP-24). The ship made several transatlantic runs, was damaged in an air attack in the Allied invasion of Sicily, made trips to South America, and served in the Pacific Theatre. In June 1945 the ship was transferred under Lend-Lease to the Brazilian Navy, where she served as Duque de Caxias (U-11). Permanently transferred to Brazil in 1953, the ship was decommissioned in 1959 and scrapped in 1963.

Wikipedia article of the day for May 27, 2018

Question about college majors

Question about college majors

As of right now I plan on attending college to major in computer engineering, but I’m also interested in aerospace. The only problem I have with aerospace is I’d strictly would want to work on rockets and such. I feel like I’m more passionate about aerospace (due to spaceX and wanting to go to mars), but it be much harder to get a job since there’s only a handful of companies I would like to work for and getting into those companies would be extremely difficult. Ik some/most will say go with your passion, but I’m still passionate about computer engineering, since I want to be able to program, work with/ on AI development and robotics, so idk what to do… If anyone could give me some suggestions that would be great. Thanks

Submitted May 26, 2018 at 05:57PM by Dan273
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Question about college majors

I need help with a popsicle stick bridge.

I need help with a popsicle stick bridge.

I've gotten a pretty major assignment of building a popsicle stick bridge that spans a 35 cm gap using only 50 popsicles. The catch? It's got to hold around 200 pounds of weight and should have a flat 3cm + surface a toy bus can drive on. I've tried plenty of prototypes, but I cant really figure out some strong designs that also use less than 50 popsicle sticks. Anyone have any ideas on strong structures and ways I can build it?

Submitted May 26, 2018 at 03:10PM by SaimNaeem
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I need help with a popsicle stick bridge.

beam deflection

beam deflection

Hi, I've been stuck on a question regarding beam deflection, this specific question is about a beam with two unequal concentrated loads not symmetrically placed with two supports on either side with different reaction forces. I was wondering if anyone knew how to find the moment functions for such a beam with these characteristics, I understand that the beam will deflect more in one section than the other which would suggest that there will be 2 angles of deflection. But what I am unsure about is how to determine how many constants I will have to solve and how to figure out the boundary conditions for such a beam. If this post is against the rules please let me know and I'll delete it I just want some help studying and couldn't find any helpful solutions online.

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beam deflection