The Engineering Process at TWI

The engineering process is a series of steps engineers follow in order to find a solution for any issue. This involves identifying an objective in the first place, determining constraints, and then creating, building, and testing. This is a vital aspect of any project at TWI and it helps us to ensure that our projects meet high quality and safety standards. This is particularly crucial for New York City projects as they must meet the strictest requirements.

Students investigate the problem to better understand the challenge and gather data. This is an open and student-centered approach to science that shifts classrooms away from traditional instruction.

At this point, students brainstorm ideas on how to solve the problem. This can be accomplished using whiteboards, software or even discussions. Some ideas may not be successful, but that’s OK because it gives them the opportunity to try different ideas and find the best solution.

After reviewing and brainstorming the findings After analyzing and brainstorming, the team decides on the best option to design and construct. This can be done on paper or using CAD software, or through a physical or virtual prototype. This is a great option for students as they can make a tangible prototype that will enable them to test their ideas.

Here is where engineers need to be cautious because they are governed by limitations such as time, cost, tools, and resources. Engineers must also bear in mind that their ideas need to be safe and efficient for use in the real world.

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