October 2017

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Engineering Case Histories: Case 98—Why performing calculations is important to an engineer’s career

Engineering calculations can help an engineer’s career by controlling the risks taken. The author has followed this path.

Sofronas, A., Consulting Engineer

Engineering calculations can help an engineer’s career by controlling the risks taken. The author has followed this path. Most engineers realize that they can proceed through their careers doing very few engineering calculations. Managing projects or people; selecting and procuring equipment; working with manufacturers to design products; troubleshooting equipment, pressure vessels or structures; or using sophisticated computer programs may not require engineering calculations. These types of work can be performed by talented personnel capable of making sound decisions based on the data they obtain. However, by using engineering mathematical techniques, engineers can greatly enhance their

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