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Graphene/Carbon nano tubes & processing by Unknown - Thu, 08 Oct 2015 13:05:43 EST ID:8yq8ANx8 No.6805 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you all, engineers, think of this? I think it will change the way we process / evolve in humanity. I think it will enable us to do things we can't now, like master quantum computing, and allow shows like Gundam to become reality.

What about you?
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Unknown - Thu, 08 Oct 2015 13:13:45 EST ID:8yq8ANx8 No.6806 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sorry, forgot the link.
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2492419,00.asp
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Nathaniel Genninghood - Fri, 09 Oct 2015 02:33:51 EST ID:7JSxEYqU No.6807 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Until they come up with a mass production process it might as well not happen.

Almost all nanotech research is done with one by one mechanical placement of nanoscopic components. Lithographic processes create structures across a whole area at once which is a two dimensional process. The "pick and place" technique done by researchers to create single transistors is essentially zero dimensional (a single point at once).

Also Moore's Law is commonly misrepresented. Moore's Law says nothing about transistor speed, feature size or power consumption. Those just used to be a consequence of the same progress.
Moore's Law regards the price of a single transistor. That used to get cheaper because transistors got smaller and chip area is a major cost factor.
That however is not the only one, if transistors can't get much smaller the price of a transistor can also get cheaper if the chip area costs less.
So far semiconductor plants haven't focused on that aspect because it' was more efficient to focus on reducing the feature size, but nothing prevents them to focus on other aspects.

The only thing that could really revolutionize computing to that extent nanotech is made out to be is Drexler style molecular machines. That is however heavily disputed and is often viewed as crank science. See the Drexler Smalley Debate regarding the sticky finger problem and fat finger problem.

The one avenue that might lead to progress in a reasonable time-frame is DNA computing. Basically to use natural nanotech to our advantage or to bootstrap a nanotech production using ribosomes, DNA, RNA.


Homemade Air Tank/Bottle thing?? by Oliver Sockleluck - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 09:36:31 EST ID:cymD6AGd No.6773 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's the best way, or maybe, what are some different ways I can make my own air tanks that I can fill up with my bicycle pump? I'm thinking starting from the strength of a plastic soda bottle and working up from there. I'm all about building and powering my own stuff on my own. Apart from buying things I can't build (like a soda bottle and a bike pump) I don't like the idea of buying cartridges of CO2, or using electricity to power things. The more hand-powered/charged things I have, the more control I feel like I have.
You feel me?
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Lydia Peggleson - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 14:35:27 EST ID:7JSxEYqU No.6790 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In School I had to weld together steel sheets and a threaded pipe to make a pressurized tank. It should had to withstand at least 10 bar (145psi). The thing is myself and half of the class failed.
The one the prof made withstood 30 bar ( 435psi ) with ease.

You welded two long sheets together 4 times, at a 90 deg angle. Then stood them upright and welded vertically. Weld on the bottom ant top with the with the pipe. Mine leaked at the top where the pipe was attached which was impossible to fix.
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Sidney Pockwill - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 12:52:54 EST ID:cymD6AGd No.6800 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6773
Alright, new question:

Can I breathe the air that's gone through my air compressor? I imagine it would be fine, but it might taste/smell funny, but I thought I'd try to make sure anyway.
And are there any adapters for presta valve air compressors to threaded paintball air tanks?
Thanks, yo.
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Sidney Pockwill - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 14:19:05 EST ID:cymD6AGd No.6801 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6800
Update: I figured out how to fit my compressor to the air tank on the side port. BUT my compressor has a max psi of 135, and my tanks are like 3500 psi, so scrap that.
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Phoebe Crozzleway - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 23:02:41 EST ID:kQrzfmrY No.6802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6801
air sucks for powering stuff dude.
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Thomas Hiffingsitch - Tue, 06 Oct 2015 11:15:10 EST ID:cymD6AGd No.6803 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6802
Yeah, my initial goal was to make a scuba tank that could provide me even just a few extra breaths underwater.


chemical engineers by Priscilla Sanningsodge - Mon, 13 Jul 2015 19:42:49 EST ID:UbFO8BGG No.6733 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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chemical engineers, why do you suck?

To be specific, why do old chemical engineers suck? Why are you such dicks?

I'm an eletrical engineer that has been hired as a process engineer. Every fucking dickhead up here was a chemical engineer. I get so fucking tired of the whole lot of you. I have so much shit to do and your 50 year old chemical engineer ass walks in my office and asks about a number from 3 months ago. When I'm not able to spit out just what you want, you look down your fucking bird nose at me like a dog that shit in the middle of the room.

Dipshit I have better things to do. I have a lot of things to do. Every time there is a fucking study for anything, who gets the data? Me. Who gets the drawings? Me. Every time you want to cut back or change a process? Me. Anytime a PI page needs made or changed, me.

Maybe if you're so fucking smart you'd already know where this flow is leaving the second effect of our evaporator chain was and not need to ask me and then look disappointed when I say I have to look it up.

And you're the only group that has to be difficult. Anyone else is more than happy to wait. Everyone else is pleased as punch that I can make all kinds of PI pages, programs, excel calculators, lab experiments, etc, to make their lives better. Not you, fuckwad. You need the world now.
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Phoebe Briddlemud - Tue, 14 Jul 2015 10:53:50 EST ID:06ISvFUq No.6736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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cool story bro
no bump for you
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Jack Smallfield - Fri, 24 Jul 2015 12:09:03 EST ID:QiUAcKGJ No.6755 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Wow, bro
Get that sand out of your vagina
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John Gillyham - Sat, 25 Jul 2015 17:05:32 EST ID:Dyd9IPlY No.6756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>6733
nb
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Sidney Fablingwater - Thu, 13 Aug 2015 01:39:33 EST ID:m9eqGuJq No.6767 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6733

So... You're essentially the engineering equivalent of a secretary and your organisation and memory is lacking... then you get flustered when people are irritated that it takes you a while to do your job, when the people asking you these questions know that they could easily do these things if they were spending the same amount of time doing it.

Maybe if you didn't rely so much on your sheets and more on your memory, you would be faster at remembering things, and they would be less annoyed.
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Rebecca Fizzletedging - Fri, 25 Sep 2015 20:24:15 EST ID:PB+MbgFg No.6797 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6767
fight fight fight fight fight fight fight fight fight fight fight fight fight


Engineering areas by Nathaniel Darrypare - Thu, 26 Jul 2012 18:17:20 EST ID:oL+jHcYK No.4584 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup /telsa/, would like some input from you

I'm finishing my bachelor in Aerospace soon and I doubting whether I should stick to Ae. for my Master or head over to Mechanical Eng. The only thing that peaks my interest now is Space Eng. as all other fun masters are full (leaving aerodynamic, structural analysis and something about logistics). Space Eng. is however very abstract for me and I don't think I'll enjoy it.

On the other hand I have Biomechanical/BioRobotics or whatever you want to call it, which seems quite interesting, but I don't know for sure, since I didn't do the bachelor (very similar though).

Would there be any reasons to stay at Aerospace (in terms of the master)?
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Albert Niggerham - Fri, 27 Jul 2012 07:25:59 EST ID:oL+jHcYK No.4590 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4587

I did conveniently do an Electronics minor during my bachelor.
I do find the logic thinking behind it fun (behavior in terms of state machines etc.) but not the IRL behaviour (amps/voltage/phases/poles/gain etc), so that's ok.

I just am a bit unsure if I'm leaving anything interesting/fun behind at Aerospace..
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Reuben Fosslehatch - Wed, 25 Dec 2013 03:51:57 EST ID:1tmwqE+p No.6047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4584
i dont know about your interests or whatever, but im about to graduate with a b.s. in biomedical engineering.
biomechanics for me was a lot of stuff about cardiac mechanics, blood vessel stuff, soft tissue behavior, and material science for trying to fung shei composites/polymers to jive with living tissue.
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Sidney Fablingwater - Thu, 13 Aug 2015 01:16:04 EST ID:m9eqGuJq No.6764 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4584

Take a break for a physical science that looks relatively unrelated, and see just how you can apply your current path to it. This is how I make breakthroughs.
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Eliza Chaddlemare - Wed, 26 Aug 2015 21:13:21 EST ID:jvhopbea No.6785 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4584
"piques" your interest

Google it
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Thomas Gangerham - Tue, 22 Sep 2015 23:10:50 EST ID:Cn3IrWQU No.6796 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4584
>full

How is a degree full? Do you have to stay at your current school? Pick the degree, and then decide the school. There is way too much riding on that decision to let an arbitrary quota at one school be the main factor. (If you are returning to your bachelor's school, use connections in your departments to get into your desired program. It may take some work, but there's no reason to take 'no' for an answer there).

At the Master's level (and much more so the PhD level, but still important here), the exact subject matter you learn will vary greatly depending on the school you attend, and more so, the professor you work under. You might specialize in a highly theoretical field, but work under a professor who does a lot of experimental work (or the opposite).


Fast CAD by Nell Davingfoot - Thu, 30 Jul 2015 01:14:28 EST ID:z8IvEmGZ No.6759 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't get it. Drafters are paid on billing hours, so how would anyone benefit from being proficient with shortcuts and other marks of efficiency
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Sidney Fablingwater - Thu, 13 Aug 2015 01:29:47 EST ID:m9eqGuJq No.6765 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6759

You demand higher pay for your work, if working as a wage slave. The faster people would in theory get the more competitive jobs, stealing business from the competition on time sensitive jobs. World ain't managed right though, so comes down to luck, charisma, being liked, and managing to get the jobs done just ahead of deadline, regardless of talent.

Now, if you're freelance, you work by the job. You tell them how much the project costs, they send you the down payment, and as soon as you finish you show them the proof of completion, which is NOT the actual files, just a printout that shows it is done. Once the check clears for the rest, you hand off the files. When doing it this way, being fast makes you money faster and gets you steady customers.

Just a word of advice, when going freelance, try not to bite off more than you can chew. It's hard to turn down work when you need the money, but anyone who pressures you into a job is a piece of shit that you should not work for anyhow. Remember that, it will save you a lot of trouble.

-Speaking from personal experience. Not homeless and have been freelance for three years.
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Eugene Brookstock - Sat, 29 Aug 2015 14:02:51 EST ID:z8IvEmGZ No.6786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6765

Thanks, this a *very* helpful post and I'll be sure and screencap it
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David Blecklefark - Thu, 17 Sep 2015 12:23:09 EST ID:YAHImaeO No.6793 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6765
There is, something, I have noticed, about your post, and it should be, I think, pretty obvious.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Fri, 18 Sep 2015 00:39:10 EST ID:Pmsr5WpI No.6794 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6793
It's not, that obvious,
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Eliza Dillywone - Sat, 19 Sep 2015 15:38:28 EST ID:z8IvEmGZ No.6795 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are there other jobs for cad, that dont involve construction? Kind of sick of getting bad Archi drawings and having to fix it every time they update it


Who are the people who come here? by Jack Smallfield - Fri, 21 Aug 2015 17:13:07 EST ID:QiUAcKGJ No.6780 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is it just me that I can't see the icon of this board? Or do we just not have an icon for this board?
And if we don't have an icon for this board, can we submit icons? If yes, to who?
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Jack Smallfield - Fri, 21 Aug 2015 17:14:06 EST ID:QiUAcKGJ No.6781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
ignore the stupid title btw.
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Reuben Dablingworth - Mon, 14 Sep 2015 11:44:05 EST ID:cymD6AGd No.6792 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6780
Newer boards (such as this one) that weren't around at zero time didn't get an icon. I would suggest a gear if we're making suggestions.


Lasers and fiber optics by George Chinningwater - Mon, 31 Aug 2015 23:48:31 EST ID:xgI+TmTu No.6787 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Question: Lasers can be fired into a fiber optic wire and travel through without disturbance, what if you were trying to produce heat with said laser at the end of the fiber optic wire? Would oneself be able to place say, a piece of ceramic to absorb the heat of the laser? Would the heat distribute itself fairly evenly?

Just had an idea for a project and am thinking out a prototype design. Help would be appreciated! More questions will follow as well haha
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Cyril Fusslebury - Sat, 05 Sep 2015 03:54:00 EST ID:jvhopbea No.6788 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6787
I would imagine a thorough Googling would get you what you want.
From what I've surmised, I think it would depend on the amount of heat the laser is producing. If it's super hot, the fiber optic material could melt. It won't matter too much what the material coating the fiber optic cable is. What matters is the angle of incident reflection and whatnot.


3D Printer by Jenny Blunnerfut - Wed, 15 Jul 2015 16:24:05 EST ID:cy21VhZy No.6739 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I was thinking about buying a 3D printer, now that I have a bit of revenue to spend. I want to buy a delta printer for its taller build space, but I'm not sure it's even worth it to buy one at all. I thought it might be fun to produce a bunch of high quality cosplay stuff, which would otherwise take a lot of effort with pepakura, or whatever else, but I don't know what I would make with it other than that. I searched online for things like "Must have for 3D printing" or "Best 3D printed items" to convince myself that it would be worth the money, time and effort that a 3D printer kit requires, but my father brings up the point that I have no real need for one.
TL;DR -Convince me to buy a 3D printer.
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Jarvis Fuckingdock - Thu, 23 Jul 2015 10:22:15 EST ID:9qWH7ZsP No.6753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6748
Chuffing good suggestion, mate.
Top-hole. I shall investigate some of these hacker spaces post-haste!
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Sidney Fablingwater - Thu, 13 Aug 2015 01:47:07 EST ID:m9eqGuJq No.6768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6739

Have you even attempted to make something by hand in the past several years, without immediately giving up? I honestly cannot figure out why, beyond cool factor, that these simple devices seem impressive to people. The vast majority of people who use them, either make something once or twice with it, that would had been faster to make by an unskilled hand than to prep the data file for the machine, or mass produce garbage that could had been ordered for cheaper and at higher quality from a factory.

You'd get better results commissioning a professional artist for your cosplay stuff, snf providing them with sketches and clear examples of what you want. Just make a craigslist post in the gigs section. If you're not a douche, it should be easier, cheaper, and give you far better results.
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Emma Fucklewater - Mon, 17 Aug 2015 19:00:57 EST ID:cymD6AGd No.6777 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>6768
I made a wooden butter knife yesterday, forged a wall hook with my friend the day before that, and I made this papercraft armor last summer. It's still got some details that need some work. (I got impatient and didn't do the bondo part, like that weeaboo noted in the comments)

http://cosplay.kotaku.com/master-chiefs-suit-is-made-of-paper-1659837544

(Also, they spelled my name wrong)

I just want something that can give me a higher, more accurate level of detail, as well as easier (if slower) construction of difficult-to-manufacture parts and pieces.
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Graham Bardville - Tue, 18 Aug 2015 14:19:01 EST ID:m9eqGuJq No.6779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6777


X_x higher level of detail does not come cheap with these machines. Unless you're spending as much as a new car, expect to do as much work as you did on the wooden knife, on every single part to touch it up, unless there's been a major breakthrough in the past six months of which I am unaware.

Did you find any maker/hacker spaces around, where you can get a peek at the equipment in person? They aren't the miracle machines people make them out to be.
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Eliza Chaddlemare - Wed, 26 Aug 2015 21:08:31 EST ID:jvhopbea No.6784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6779
Truth.

No, actually I'm on vacation, but I'll have a look when I return. I'm in between jobs atm, so I'm still sorting that out. But there's a company that sells Cartesian and Delta printers that's HQ is like 15 minutes away from my house, so I don't have to pay for shipping, I can just drive down and pick it up. Even with $200-$500 printers, you can expect a decent level of detail, especially for something as large as cosplay pieces. Sanding is probably necessary, but apart from that, it should be ok. Case in point:

http://imgur.com/a/cFsu4

I personally think it looks AMAZING at the primer stage, but he must have used shitty paint or something, cuz I think it looks worse when it's completed.


I want to design a bunch of 2d designs to cut out. Is qcad the way I do this? by Henry Bleckleman - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 01:58:36 EST ID:g1t14fVA No.6771 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi all. I am designing a "view camera" (and old fashioned bellows camera like from tarzan) and plan on making it out of cutouts of masonite. I have access to a laser cutter that should be able to cut it out effectively, but I need to provide instructions. I run Ubuntu, and downloaded qcad. am I on the right path?

I want to design a bunch of 2d designs to cut out. Is qcad the way I do this?
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Henry Bleckleman - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 02:11:19 EST ID:g1t14fVA No.6772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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parts for something like this made out of masonite cutouts


Student Project by Charles Siblingchidge - Fri, 19 Apr 2013 21:46:58 EST ID:tgxlgq+7 No.5571 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So i went away to college to get a Mech Eng degree and shot myself in the foot by fucking around and getting low grades. My GPA was a 1.96 so I decided to transfer to community college to get my shit together. I want to go back to the college i was going to but I need to give them a reason to take me back. So I was wondering if you guys had any ideas on some sort of project i can work on to present to the readmission committee. I have time and the internet and library at my disposal so i should be able to study anything I need I think.
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Edwin Genningforth - Thu, 23 Jan 2014 21:06:41 EST ID:ur5XRX1o No.6103 Ignore Report Quick Reply
tesla was a cool guy
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Eliza Semmlefure - Fri, 14 Feb 2014 06:42:16 EST ID:PDTgKfh5 No.6133 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>5571
I had a buddy that did this.
You literally just have to right some bullshit essay about how you were stressed at the time you got shitty grades. You're paying them money, not the other way around. They'll take you back, unless you went to a super prestigious university.
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Eliza Semmlefure - Fri, 14 Feb 2014 06:42:44 EST ID:PDTgKfh5 No.6134 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6133
>write
sorry for double poast
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Doris Gishnotch - Thu, 20 Feb 2014 13:00:27 EST ID:xgUR8wWn No.6151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6134
>post.
nb
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Emma Chucklewill - Fri, 14 Aug 2015 19:39:30 EST ID:R6RdkzFB No.6770 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>5571
I don't really think a project will mean shit for an admissions advisor. It just makes you look like you are a special snowflake. Just make the grades and reapply.


engineering mom things by mugato - Thu, 06 Aug 2015 03:28:41 EST ID:Oj4vJZ2U No.6763 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Civil Engineering student here
trying to chose my discipline, its either gonna be construction management or structural engineering.
What choose n why
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swallowthesun - Thu, 13 Aug 2015 11:53:22 EST ID:Hvx81WU2 No.6769 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Current PhD in structural engineering here.
I would go for structural engineering if you want to be more involved in the structural systems, consulting or academia. Otherwise I would go for management if you want to supervise a site and do a more construction site/planning engineer type of role.


What would you automate by Angus Cavingbanks - Fri, 09 Jan 2015 15:16:13 EST ID:FbnGM6LP No.6611 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi /tesla/

Do you have any projects you wish you could automate? If you had a magic box you could plug anything into and have all of those things work in concert, what would you plug in?
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James Clezzledidge - Fri, 16 Jan 2015 05:05:19 EST ID:8210sUos No.6621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The legal system.
Medical diagnosis.
Tax system.

These are far easier goals than physical things being automated.
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Augustus Blackwell - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 02:45:11 EST ID:vaz+up9C No.6624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
College education
If were going to pretend blanket memorization teaches anything
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M - Tue, 20 Jan 2015 03:11:03 EST ID:06ISvFUq No.6625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Food production
optimising and automating this would probaly be able to get rid of a lot of problems.

And also; not something to automate but this would really help the advance of sustainable power (I mean wind and solar, not biomass): Large scale, cost effective energy styorage. In my opinion this is holding back the sustainable tech the most at this point.
If there are more people around here interested in a sustainable energy discussion please let me know, I`m happy to discuss this topic and hopefully learn something from you guys!
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Eliza Trotham - Wed, 29 Jul 2015 00:52:05 EST ID:K5kwUeJd No.6757 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6611
everything.

including government, law, even art.

Bow down to your robot overlords.
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Sidney Fablingwater - Thu, 13 Aug 2015 01:33:42 EST ID:m9eqGuJq No.6766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>6611

The shower. I would automate my shower. Fuck washing myself. Also, if you don't think this could be industry, people have historically gone to bath houses in many cultures for longer than we have existing records of it. People still pay to use such facilities, even as necessity. Shit, the shower is a bigger motivation for a lot of travelers to get a hotel room than for the bed.

So yeah, bathe me.


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