A few weeks ago I posed a question. I’m sure the frustration of waiting for the answer has left you with bated breath, and right now you’re hanging on the edge of your seat with anticipation. Just in case you missed it, my question was this: What is systems engineering? (You can read the long… Continue Reading »
Earlier this month, on March 8th, people all over the world united behind a common vision and a common goal. That day was International Women’s Day and people gathered to inspire women and celebrate achievements. To be honest, until this year I had no idea there was such a thing as International Women’s Day, but for… Continue Reading »
It’s our fifth and final Engineering Feat of the Day. Each day this week, Knovel has highlighted an“Awesome Engineering Inspiration.” Today’s topic: Self-Cleaning Clothes.
Concrete cracks for a number of reasons. Structural stress from weight and pressure, expansion and contraction from weather conditions, and weather erosion all wear down even the thickest of concrete slabs. TU Delft has a new way to deal with this issue.