Engineering and Its Importance

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With the world heading to a much more hi tech direction the need for engineers is forever-growing. From civil to aerospace and everything in between the field of engineering is extremely vast and the need for them is ever so deep.

Being an engineer is a much respected profession as to everything in today’s modern world of science would not have existed without engineers. Even from the ancient times of when Rome was still an Empire, without engineers the armies under the command of Julius Caesar would not have been able to cross the Rhine River to defend Gaul from its raiders. Even though the bridges were built in less than two weeks, it was able to sustain the weight of tens of thousands of soldiers crossing it in addition to withstand the river’s currents.

Though an engineer is viewed as the same as a scientist to the general public, it is completely incorrect. As scientists explore nature to discover general principles, engineers apply the already established principles derived from mathematics and science to develop the most economical way to solve a technical problem. Engineers use their skills and knowledge to effectively meet the social need...

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