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

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

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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.

Submitted May 26, 2018 at 12:13PM by asidesi
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beam deflection