To apply what the code has to offer those under the general umbrella of engineering, its spectrum is divided a little differently. The divisions are Civil Engineering; Transportation and Mobility; Electrical Engineering; and Solar Engineering. Pages linked and their sections directed to give the quickest sense of a particular interest. For the fullest detail, the pages’ corresponding PDF is the ticket.
The Path section of Wheel Extrapolations brings one to bridge construction. This section also deals with immediate road design, but the big picture planning for such is found in the Dueling Grids section of Ground Design, as well as the Foundation Pads of Extra-topographic Guidelines. The pertinent intro section for Dam design is actually Bodal Turbines of Wheel Extrapolations.
Transportation and Mobility
This very broad code engineering category is for industrial designers and design engineers working in the fields of rolling transporters and machinery; aerospace engineering; and naval architecture.
All sections of Rolling Transport pertain to none other than rolling transporters – bicycles, cars, trucks, or trains as well as rolling farm machinery. For mechanical engineering adaptations entailed in these, especially the latter, the Vector Reorientations and Universal Linking sections of Polytechnic Integration are necessary.
For the design of aircraft and shuttling type spacecraft, the Transport Template section of Rolling Transport is crucial. But first special adaptations of such for the atmosphere is found in the Non-rolling Transporter section of Wheel Extrapolations. This section also functions as the intro section for the special transport template applications pertaining to the marine craft of Naval Architecture – from dinghy to large ships to submersibles.
The Disc Orientation section of Wheel Extrapolations pertains to non-shuttling marine, air or space craft – especially satellite design. To get them up the Wholistic Rocketry section of Extra-topographic Guidelines introduces how the code applies itself to that kind of design.
Again, especially relevant for Design Engineers working in any of these fields or endeavors is the Vector Reorientation and Universal Linking sections of the Polytechnic Integration.
Everything that the code brings to this field is introduced in the Electrodynamic Cuboda section of Extra-topographic Guidelines. Though highly speculative, the geometric basis concurs with much of what has become standard design, E.G., generators, cell towers, etc.
The Solar Attributes section of the Cube-based Abode page is the gateway to guiding the design of both passive heating and active PV and hot water systems to an architectural style that is ideally oriented for such.