INTRODUCTION


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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTIONA distinct difference between the profession of engineering and other professions, like those in the medical field, is that the link made between the public and the professionals is usually missing. While engineers continue to apply science in the form of innovative products and services improving daily human life, like: cell phones, microwaves, gasoline, water pumps, communication devices, and even the paved road, the general public continues to see these as faceless products, and rarely relates these products, used daily, to engineers and the profession of engineering. Meanwhile, every individual must have seen their medical doctor at least once, and can directly tie their health care to the person providing it, unlike the field of engineering.It is also a fact …
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Ali M. Sadegh, Ph.D.; William M. Worek, Ph.D.: Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers, 12th Edition. INTRODUCTION, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2018), AccessEngineering Export