The Engineering Process at TWI

The engineering process is a set of steps engineers use to solve problems. This involves determining the objective as well as determining constraints, planning, building and testing. This is an integral element of every project at TWI. It helps us ensure that our projects comply with the highest standards for safety and performance. This is particularly crucial for New York City project as they have to meet the strictest requirements.

In this phase students research the issue they’re faced with to determine what the issue is and collect data. It’s an open-ended, centered on the student approach that shifts the classroom away from the traditional science curriculum.

At this stage, students brainstorm ideas about how they can solve the issue. This can be accomplished using whiteboards, software or discussions. It’s fine if some ideas don’t work. They can test other solutions and experiment with them.

After studying the findings of their research and brainstorming, the group decides on a method to design and construct. This can be done on paper or with CAD software via a physical or virtual prototype. This is a fantastic step for students since they can build a tangible prototype that will allow them to test out their ideas.

Here is where engineers need to be cautious because they are subject to constraints like time cost, tools and resources. Engineers must also keep in mind that their solutions should be safe and effective so they can be used in the real world.

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