Archive For The “Process simulation” Category

The world’s best universities in science, engineering and humanities.

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The world’s best universities in science, engineering and humanities.

The QS Guide published the list of the best 500 universities in the world in the areas of arts and humanities, engineering and technology, medicine and Life sciences, natural sciences and social and administrative sciences. No University of Latin America remained within the 50 first. British and American universities continue to dominate the listings of…

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CIVIL Engineering Trends and challenges

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CIVIL Engineering Trends and challenges

The present post is the collaboration of our teacher of the Civil engineering career, Wiston Azañedo. In order to be able to frame ourselves in the tendencies of civil engineering we must understand the current characteristics of society. Today, the world goes through many changes, we live with the inexorable process of globalization, in the…

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Not only is there an ethical vacuum in Colombian civil engineering

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Not only is there an ethical vacuum in Colombian civil engineering

The incidents associated with various contractors are not only a conflict of professional principles. The big projects suggest risks, and in the midst of everything, in this profession there are virtuous and revived. Following the recent episodes that recorded large civil works plummeted or paralyzed in Colombia, the capacity of local engineering has been in…

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14 spectacular constructions with which humanity won the battle with the water

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14 spectacular constructions with which humanity won the battle with the water

Until the arrival of man in space, water has been the most complicated element to dominate by our species, a struggle that goes back thousands of years ago and has as protagonists the great civilizations of our planet. With the advances of engineering, the battle against the Sea has become less fierce, but nonetheless it…

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Masterpieces of Hydraulic Engineering

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Masterpieces of Hydraulic Engineering

On an overpopulated planet, with an area covered by 70% of water – it is estimated that there are about 1.4 billion of km3 – but where only 0.3% of it is suitable for consumption and agriculture, it is not strange that a large number of Inge’s projects Made by the human being have aimed…

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Who is guilty of the failure of robots?: How to reduce the failures of robots

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Who is guilty of the failure of robots?: How to reduce the failures of robots

Who is guilty of the failure of robots?: How to reduce the failures of robots Robots bring with it countless benefits to the manufacturing sector, including greater flexibility and precision. But what happens when they fail and who is to blame? The growing number of industrial robots brings with it an increased risk of failures,…

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Drinking water for southern Africa..

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Drinking water for southern Africa..

Drinking water for southern Africa.. In large African areas in southern Ecuador there is a permanent shortage of water and the one that can be obtained is done by means of runoffs or wells of high degree of pollution, chemical or biological. It is estimated that more than 100 million people live under this permanent…

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7 predictions that will mark the manufacturing sector in 2019..

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7 predictions that will mark the manufacturing sector in 2019..

7 predictions that will mark the manufacturing sector in 2019.. Fujitsu has presented its predictions for the manufacturing sector for this year 2019. The multinational indicates 7 fundamental tendencies that will mark its evolution towards a factory that must look outside its facilities, without restriction, giving value to the data, under a massive personalization, embracing…

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Energy and sustainability in a scenario according to the Paris Accords–

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Energy and sustainability in a scenario according to the Paris Accords–

Energy and sustainability in a scenario according to the Paris Accords– The COP24 of Poland has passed sadly and quietly without leaving any firm decision, despite the image that has been wanted to give to the media. Of the 193 countries that agreed to the Paris text in 2015, neither the United States, China or…

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things that happen every day in your house and you do not know how.

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things that happen every day in your house and you do not know how.

Six things that happen every day in your house and you do not know how. From lighting the light driving a switch to open the faucet and that goes out waters down, behind these simple gestures are enormous works of engineering Have you ever wondered how is generated this energy that does that your house…

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