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The Engineering Process at TWI


The engineering process is a series of steps engineers use to solve the problem. This includes identifying the goal, determining constraints, designing, building and testing. This is an important part of every project at TWI and helps us ensure that our projects have high quality and safety standards. This is particularly crucial for New York City projects as they must be in compliance with strict standards.

In this phase, students research the problem to better understand the problem and collect data. It’s a flexible, student-centered approach that shifts the classroom away from the traditional science curriculum.

At this moment, students brainstorm ideas on how they can solve the problem. This is done by having discussions or writing on a whiteboard or by using software. It’s fine if some ideas do not work. They can try other methods and experiment with them.

After reviewing and brainstorming the findings after which the team selects the best option to design and build. This can be done on paper or with CAD software using a virtual or physical prototype. This is a fantastic step for students as they can build an actual prototype to allow them to test their ideas.

This is where the rubber meets the road for engineers since they must adhere to the limitations that are imposed on them, including cost time, tools, resources and more. Engineers must also keep in mind that their solutions must to be safe and effective in order to be used in real-world situations.

We take processes apart, rethink, rebuild, and deliver them back working smarter than ever before.
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