Engineering

Looking for in-depth discussions on a variety of engineering topics? Explore our blog’s collection of engineering articles. Our team of experts covers several different engineering brances including civil engineering, structural engineering, mechanical engineering, software engineering, chemcial engineering and more.

Our stories provide valuable insights and perspectives on the latest trends and developments in the field. Our experts  provide in-depth inisghts and practical advice to help you stay informed and ahead of the curve.

With a focus on practical applications and real-world examples, our blog is the perfect resource for engineers looking to stay on top of the latest advancements and techniques.

Our blog is contantly being updated with new articles to reflect the latest trends and technologies impacting engineers. Whatever your area of interest or expertise, you’re sure to discover many  thought-provoking engineering articles.

Explore our archive today and discover a wealth of information on all your favorite engineering topics!

Latest Articles

How Can Engineering and Design Professionals Help People With Disabilities?

May 7, 2024 - Ellie Gabel

What strategies should engineering and design professionals use to improve the lives of people with disabilities? Learn some here.

7 Civil Engineering Advancements You Need to Know

Mar 12, 2024 - Emily Newton

Engineering projects from roadways to skyscrapers are essential. Civil engineering advancements continue to disrupt and improve production. Learn more now!

The Pros and Cons of an Engineering Career

Nov 24, 2023 - Ellie Gabel

Do you dream of sending probes to Mars? How about designing artificial joints or drafting plans for an urban green space? There are so many types of engineering jobs that it’s hard to make a…

Scientists vs. Engineers: The Battle for the Night Sky

Aug 3, 2023 - Emily Newton

At the same time that satellites have brought unprecedented advancements in technology, they’ve also caused a growing issue for astronomers in the form of photobombing. Now, scientists and engineers are going head to head trying…

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7 Tips for Passing the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam

Jul 27, 2023 - Emily Newton

The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam is the first of two tests that separate students from licensed engineers. Anyone with a degree in engineering or a related field can take the exam, as can any…

The Top 20 Coolest Engineering Magazines You Need to Read

Jul 26, 2023 - Emily Newton

Engineering magazines are the best way to keep up with industry developments, engineering news and the latest innovations. These 20 magazines are some of the best available.

10 Best Engineering Books for 2023

Jun 29, 2023 - Revolutionized Team

Looking for new books to dive into? Consider reading some of the best engineering books on this list.

What Is Bearing Stress, and How Can You Prevent It?

Feb 24, 2023 - Ellie Gabel

Bearing stress is critical factor in designing structures that last. Find out more about this kind of stress and how to reduce it here.

AI, IoT and the Astonishing Future Roller Coaster Design

Feb 23, 2023 - Emily Newton

Roller coasters have been a mainstay in human entertainment, with origins going back over 200 years. In the 1600s, Russians built ice hills where people could slide down on specially crafted wooden boards. By the…

Looking at Mechanical Engineering Trends in 2023

Feb 19, 2023 - Lou Farrell

Mechanical engineering dates back to the Industrial Revolution. What does the future hold for the field? Let’s look at trends through 2023.

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What Is a Programmable Logic Controller?

Feb 15, 2023 - Emily Newton

A programmable logic controller (PLC) is an essential component for enabling industrial automation. Read more about them here.

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Here’s How Engineering Materials Are Classified

Feb 15, 2023 - Ellie Gabel

Is it a metal or an organic polymer? Learn the basic characteristics of how engineering materials are classified so you know their uses!