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Engineered! : engineering design at work / Shannon Hunt ; James Gulliver Hancock.

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  • 18 of 18 copies available at Bibliomation. (Show)
  • 2 of 2 copies available at Wolcott Public Library.
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Wolcott Public Library J620 HUNT (Text to phone) 34031140682290 Juvenile Nonfiction Available -
Wolcott Public Library STEAM KIT: ENGINEERING (Text to phone) 34031124259354 Juvenile Kit Available -
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General Note: Includes index.
1110 Lexile
Summary, etc.: "How do you land a car-sized rover on the surface of Mars, resolve a five-hour traffic jam or save a herd of caribou from near extinction? Ask an engineer! Engineers are problem solvers. They use their math, science and technology skills to find creative solutions to problems that need fixing...Hunt explores nine feats of engineering and the step-by-step process that engineers followed to get to a winning solution. The book opens with an illustrated flow chart that explains the engineering design process in seven easy-to-follow steps (e.g., define the problem, identify requirements, build and test a prototype, etc.). Then, these steps are applied to nine real-life engineering stories - each from a different field, such as civil, mechanical or environmental engineering. By following a step-by-step process, engineers are able to come up with some ingenious (and sometimes crazy!) ideas that really work, like building a bridge taller than the Eiffel Tower to fix that five-hour long traffic jam. With direct curriculum applications, and following the guidelines in the Next Generation Science Standards, Engineered! is a must-have for schools, libraries and anywhere a maker space is found!"--
Target Audience Note:
Middle School
Study Program Information Note:
1110 Lexile
Subject: Engineering Juvenile literature
Engineering Vocational guidance Juvenile literature
Engineers Juvenile literature

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