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The Corliss Centennial Engine was an all-inclusive, specially built rotative beam engine that powered virtually all of the exhibits at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia in 1876 through shafts totaling over a mile in length. Switched on by President Ulysses S. Grant and Emperor Dom Pedro of Brazil, the engine was in public view for the duration of the festivities.

The new Grand Central Terminal was built on the existing site of the Grand Central Depot, which had been operating for decades and had renovated its facilities numerous times. One of the biggest challenges during construction was keeping track of previous structures uncovered during the excavation. A special note on this Map of Existing Conditions makes no claim that sub-surface features depicted are "even approximately correct."

 

More on the blog. Part I: blog.americanhistory.si.edu/osaycanyousee/2013/02/happy-b... Part II: blog.americanhistory.si.edu/osaycanyousee/2013/02/part-ii...

The finished exterior's "Beaux Arts Eclectic" design features three arched windows 60 feet high flanked by Doric columns. In this progress photograph, you can see the steel frame construction as the granite and limestone façade is being added.

My boss wanted a logo for our department.

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

The Corliss Centennial Engine was an all-inclusive, specially built rotative beam engine that powered virtually all of the exhibits at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia in 1876 through shafts totaling over a mile in length. Switched on by President Ulysses S. Grant and Emperor Dom Pedro of Brazil, the engine was in public view for the duration of the festivities.

Sightseeing. I Shanghai er det en reeell fare for å få kink i nakken!!

The engineer in charge of improvements on the Missouri River had to send weekly progress reports. He took these images and wrote his reports on the back. It's a fine start in imagining the life of an engineer.

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

Each page has a photo and caption identifying the road. The book helps complete a picture of what road building was like in the tropics in 1900. Workers with hand tools make cuts, blast rocks, lay the first course of macadam.

Hos Kongsberg Maritime. Tog inn til Shanghai (marsjfart på 300 km/t)

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

This vector is now on department shirts.

 

This is a close-up of the shoddy job done by the print service (Zazzle). The turnaround was amazing, but this was the end result. They're either using bowed screens or a sloppy multipass procedure that allows the screen to shift.

A meme-based illustration of the difference between requirements and specifications in Systems Engineering

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

Hos Kongsberg Maritime. Kristine smaker på konesisk kaffe i "Kongsbergemballasje".

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

Hos Kongsberg Maritime. Christian i en ramme som skakl bli et styrekonsoll for maritimt utstyr.

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

USAF front end process flowchart.

 

Format

Diagram

 

Credit

Figure by MIT OpenCourseWare.

 

MIT OpenCourseWare Course of Origin

16.885J / ESD.35J Aircraft Systems Engineering, Fall 2004

 

MIT Course Instructor

Earll Murman

John Hansman

Robert Liebeck

Allen Haggerty

 

MIT Department

Aeronautics and Astronautics

 

License

http://ocw.mit.edu/terms

 

Publisher

MIT OpenCourseWare

Hos Tongji University - Shanghai. Fra deres "Innovation Loft"

Hos Tongji University - Shanghai. Fra deres "Innovation Loft"

See the "RLE: Investigator Profile - Seth Lloyd" video

 

Seth LloydResearch Laboratory of ElectronicsProfessor of Mechanical EngineeringDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringandProfessor of Engineering SystemsEngineering Systems DivisionThis video was originally shared on blip.tv by researchlabofelectronics with a No license (All rights reserved) license.

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

Sightseeing i Shanghai - "...så store bygg har vi ikke på andre sia av Lågen"

Hos Kongsberg Maritime. Studentene venter på skyss fra jernbanestasjonen i Jiangsu inn til selve fabrikken.

Hos Kongsberg Maritime. Rune Hagen - General Manager i Jiangsu - orienterer Susana Andrea om et KM-produkt.

NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden (left), 2013 SELDP graduate Michael Wright from Marshall Space Flight Center (center), and NASA Chief Engineer Mike Ryschkewitsch (right) at the 2013 SELDP graduation on Thursday, June 6, 2013.

 

Image Credit: NASA/Carla Cioffi

 

Read more about the 2013 graduation.

 

Learn more about SELDP.

 

Visit the NASA APPEL website.

 

A meme-based illustration of assumption management in Systems Engineering

Each page has a photo and caption identifying the road. The book helps complete a picture of what road building was like in the tropics in 1900. Workers with hand tools make cuts, blast rocks, lay the first course of macadam.

The Corliss Centennial Engine was an all-inclusive, specially built rotative beam engine that powered virtually all of the exhibits at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia in 1876 through shafts totaling over a mile in length. Switched on by President Ulysses S. Grant and Emperor Dom Pedro of Brazil, the engine was in public view for the duration of the festivities.

Hos Kongsberg Maritime. Technical manager i Jiangsu Kjell Rønning orienterer Emil Skarra, mens studentene holder seg beskjedent i bakgrunnen.

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

Sightseeing - ja det er sant - Arnt 351 meter over bakken i Oriental Pearl Tower

This vector is now on department shirts.

West Point Systems Engineering Capstone: Cadets Design Program to Project Future Army Production Capabilities - April 2015

 

Corpus Christi Army Depot Commander, COL Garner Pogue, thanked West Point Department of Systems Engineering Cadets David Jaye, Stephen Kerns, and Nathaniel Green for designing an innovative program to maximize UH-60 main rotor blade production as part of the continuing partnership between the depot and West Point - The U.S. Military Academy. The Cadets will graduate in May and receive their commissions as Second Lieutenants in the Army. COL Pogue presented Army Achievement Medals to the cadets and shared valuable advice for their future careers. "Throughout your career, you should never miss an opportunity to recognize a deserving soldier for excellence."

 

Photo by Brigitte Rox, CCAD Public Affairs

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