The Engineering Process at TWI

The engineering process is a set of steps engineers use to solve a problem. This process includes identifying the goal in the first place, determining constraints, and then developing, building and testing. This is an essential part of any project at TWI and assists visit us in ensuring that our projects meet the highest quality and safety standards. This is especially important for New York City projects as they must meet the strictest requirements.

During this phase students investigate the problem to better understand the issue and gather information. This is an open and student-centered approach to science, which shifts classes away from traditional teaching.

Students brainstorm ways to solve the issue. This can be accomplished using whiteboards, software or discussions. It’s okay if some ideas aren’t working. They can test other options and try them.

After analyzing the results of their research and brainstorming, the team chooses a solution to design and construct. This can be done on paper or using CAD software, or by creating a physical or virtual prototype. This is a great step for students since they can make tangible prototypes that enable them to test their solutions.

Here is where engineers need to be cautious because they are governed by constraints like time costs, tools, and resources. Engineers must also keep in mind that their solutions must be safe and effective so that they can be utilized in the real world.


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