Engineers

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To find what the code offers to those under the general umbrella of engineering, there is some divergence from how it is typically divided. The broad divisions are Civil Engineering; Transportation and Mobility Engineering; Electrical Engineering; and Solar Engineering. Named sections of pages linked to below merely introduce code relevance to an area of particular interest as quickly as possible. For the fullest detail, the pages’ corresponding PDF is the ticket.

Civil Engineering

Most of this engineering field is covered on this code-by-field category page. The Path section of Wheel Extrapolations introduces one to how the code guides bridge design, while hydroelectric design is addressed in the Bodal Turbines section of Wheel Extrapolations. Other power plant design guidelines are most directly accessed through the Code-consistent Structures and Code Towers sections of Extra-topographic Guidelines. The road design aspect of Civil Engineering is addressed on the contourers category page.

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This very broad code category pertains to industrial designers and design engineers working in the fields of rolling transporters and farm machinery; aerospace engineering; and naval architecture.

Rolling Transport  sections The Bodal Wheel, Asymmetric Solutions, The Transporter Template, and Elementary Rounding pertain to none other than rolling transporters – be they bicycles, cars, trucks, or trains as well as rolling farm machinery. For the mechanical engineering adaptations entailed in these designs, 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. Special design considerations for the atmosphere is introduced in the Elementary Rounding section of the Rolling Transport page as well as the Non-rolling Transporter section of Wheel Extrapolations.

The Non-rolling Transporter section of Wheel Extrapolations also serves as the entry point for guidance pertaining to naval architecture  – from dinghies to large ships to submersibles. As with aerospace engineering, the Transport Template and Elementary Rounding sections of Rolling Transport are the bases for shaping marine craft.

The Disc Orientation section of Wheel Extrapolations pertains mainly to non-shuttling marine, air or space craft – especially satellites. 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 Polytechnic Integration.

Electrical Engineering

The Electrodynamic Cuboda section of Extra-topographic Guidelines offers virtually nothing in the way of application for this emgineering field, but rather a geometric basis for such which is highly speculative.

Nevertheless, the geometry concurs with much of what has become standard design with, E.G., generators, cell towers, etc., the likes of which would most closely fall respectively into the Bodal Turbines section of Wheel Extrapolations and the Code Towers section of Extra-topographic Guidelines.

Solar Engineering

The Solar Attributes section of the Cube-based Abode page introduces guidance to the design of both passive heating and active PV and hot water systems in the context of an architectural style that is ideally oriented for such.

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