Manufacturing engineering is a discipline within engineering. It deals with various manufacturing practices, including the research, design and development of processes, tools, systems and equipment. A manufacturing engineer will spend time developing and creating physical artifacts, production processes, and technology. The discipline is a broad and overarching area of engineering, which also includes the design and development of products. […]

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A cooling tower is a heat exchanger which works by combining air and water in order to reduce the waters temperature. As this occurs, a small volume of water is evaporated, reducing the temperature of the water being circulated through the tower. When the air and water meet, a small amount of water is evaporated which creates […]

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Continued From Part 1 A complimentary buyer-manufacturer relationship is not only beneficial in terms of improving output. But also when considering the progression of research and development. Buyers and manufacturers that are both equally and independently involved in developing their research and development faculties, will gain the ability to compliment each other in their gains in this area. […]

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There’s no point manufacturing something that has no purpose. If your business does not have a buyer for your manufacturing goods, then you are simply wasting time resources. This is why a manufacturing cycle is crucial. A manufacturing cycle is the symbiotic relationship between a producer of goods and a buyer of goods. They can’t exist independently […]

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