What do you consider ‘Traditional Engineering’ to be?

What do you consider ‘Traditional Engineering’ to be?

Civil Engineering, Mechanics, Physics, etc?

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What do you consider ‘Traditional Engineering’ to be?

“Watching a Ridge Slide in Slow Motion, a Town Braces for Disaster” – geotech problems in washington state

“Watching a Ridge Slide in Slow Motion, a Town Braces for Disaster” – geotech problems in washington state
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Submitted January 22, 2018 at 08:55AM by wookiehaircare
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“Watching a Ridge Slide in Slow Motion, a Town Braces for Disaster” – geotech problems in washington state

Daily GENERAL Mega-Thread [Jan 22 2018]

Daily GENERAL Mega-Thread [Jan 22 2018]

Welcome to /r/engineering's daily thread!

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  • Discussions of current projects, including progress images
  • Pretty much anything you want to talk about that is engineering or job-related is fine provided you follow rules seven (7) and nine (9).

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Weekly CAREERS Mega-Thread [Jan 22 2018]

Weekly CAREERS Mega-Thread [Jan 22 2018]

Welcome to /r/engineering's weekly career mega-thread! Here, employers and prospective employees can post about job offerings/wanted ads! Network with your fellow engineers in this thread, and see what kinds of jobs are available! If you are an employer, leave a comment here and be ready to answer any clarifying questions prospective employees might have. If you are looking for a job, give a description of your background and expertise and what kind of work you are willing to do. Please sort this thread by NEW to find postings that have gone unanswered.

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Looking for non technical books about engineering

Looking for non technical books about engineering

I'm looking for some books that have an engineering element but aren't focused on the technical aspects. Books either about learning how to be a better engineer or just interesting memoirs/biographies about engineering like Skunk Works by Kelly Johnson for example.

Submitted January 21, 2018 at 11:08PM by jmreicha
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Looking for non technical books about engineering

How to I levitate something in air?

How to I levitate something in air?

I want to build something that can levitate a object weighing about maybe 5 pounds. I have seen things for sale with magnetic levitation but how would I go on to do this? This would be placed in my room with one object levitating on top of it but with weight. Is there anyway to do this that can be cost efficient? Or anything that i can buy such as a kit to achieve this result? Thanks for your help!

Submitted January 21, 2018 at 10:39PM by bmxkiller636
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How to I levitate something in air?