This popularly written booklet contains nontechnical descriptions of 10 major engineering achievements selected by the National Academy of Engineering on the occasion of its 25th anniversary, December 5, 1989. The achievements are the moon landing, application satellites, the microprocessor, computer-aided design and manufacturing, computer-assisted tomography, advanced composite materials, the jumbo jet, lasers, fiber-optic communication, and genetically engineered products.
Table of Contents
|Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing||18-21|
|Advanced Composite Materials||26-29|
|Genetically Engineered Products||42-45|
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