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Programming Languages / How do I structure my application into layers?
« Last post by beingchinmay on July 25, 2016, 01:04:56 PM »
The term N-Tier may or may not be familiar to you, but it’s definitely a concept that’s worth being aware of, as it makes a very useful measure of the design of your application. The “N” means “some number of”, while “tier” refers to the layers in your application being like tiers on a wedding cake.

Let’s step back into the past for a moment. In the old days of client-server computing on corporate networks, applications shared by multiple users were generally built with two tiers: a central database or file server, and a desktop application mthat accessed the central resource. This worked well for small groups of users, but as applications were distributed across regional and international networks and user bases grew, all sorts of problems ensued. The database might be overloaded, client side upgrades and maintenance became more expensive, and network latency delivered poor performance to users—and this was before people thought
about putting their applications online!
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Industrial Automation / What is this area of study called?
« Last post by Goldenwheatfield on December 10, 2014, 02:49:56 AM »
Hello all, I am a freshman enrolled in Mechanical engineering.
Growing up, I have always been fascinated by the LEGO technic toys and the real-life machines and wondered how do engineers design these machines and mechanisms.

When someone design a complex machine or a mechanism, how do they figure out the size of each components(gears, axle, pulleys...etc) inside the machine? And how do they decide on what machine elements they are going to use and place them in which places inside the machine..etc ? Decisions on shape of each elements..etc
They must have the ability to see the big picture in the back of their mind and visualize the the whole mechanism working to achieve the desired functions.

As above, I want to know more on this area. But I do not know where to look for.
I asked a professor and he told me to look into synthesis or machinery.

Help would be greatly appreciated!


Sincerely,
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Computer Aided Design and Fabrication / What is this area of study called?
« Last post by Goldenwheatfield on December 10, 2014, 02:49:15 AM »
Hello all, I am a freshman enrolled in Mechanical engineering.
Growing up, I have always been fascinated by the LEGO technic toys and the real-life machines and wondered how do engineers design these machines and mechanisms.

When someone design a complex machine or a mechanism, how do they figure out the size of each components(gears, axle, pulleys...etc) inside the machine? And how do they decide on what machine elements they are going to use and place them in which places inside the machine..etc ? Decisions on shape of each elements..etc
They must have the ability to see the big picture in the back of their mind and visualize the the whole mechanism working to achieve the desired functions.

As above, I want to know more on this area. But I do not know where to look for.
I asked a professor and he told me to look into synthesis or machinery.

Help would be greatly appreciated!


Sincerely,
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Mechatronics & Control theory / What is this area of study called?
« Last post by Goldenwheatfield on December 09, 2014, 03:35:54 AM »
Hello all, I am a freshman enrolled in Mechanical engineering.
Growing up, I have always been fascinated by the LEGO technic toys and the real-life machines and wondered how do engineers design these machines and mechanisms.

When someone design a complex machine or a mechanism, how do they figure out the size of each components(gears, axle, pulleyes...etc) inside the machine? And how do they decide on what machine elements they are going to use and place them in which places inside the machine..etc ? Decisions on shape of each elements..etc
They must have the ability to see the big picture in the back of their mind and visualize the the whole mechanism working to achieve the desired functions.

As above, I want to know more on this area. But I do not know where to look for.
I asked a professor and he told me to look into synthesis or machinery.

Help would be greatly appreciated!


Sincerely,
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Mechanism design (Kinematics & Dynamics) / What is this area of study called?
« Last post by Goldenwheatfield on December 09, 2014, 03:34:17 AM »
Hello all, I am a freshman enrolled in Mechanical engineering.
Growing up, I have always been fascinated by the LEGO technic toys and the real-life machines and wondered how do engineers design these machines and mechanisms.

When someone design a complex machine or a mechanism, how do they figure out the size of each components(gears, axle, pulleyes...etc) inside the machine? And how do they decide on what machine elements they are going to use and place them in which places inside the machine..etc ? Decisions on shape of each elements..etc
They must have the ability to see the big picture in the back of their mind and visualize the the whole mechanism working to achieve the desired functions.

As above, I want to know more on this area. But I do not know where to look for.
I asked a professor and he told me to look into synthesis or machinery.

Help would be greatly appreciated!


Sincerely,
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General Discussion / What is this area of study called?
« Last post by Goldenwheatfield on December 09, 2014, 03:31:36 AM »
Hello all, I am a freshman enrolled in Mechanical engineering.
Growing up, I have always been fascinated by the LEGO technic toys and the real-life machines and wondered how do engineers design these machines and mechanisms.

When someone design a complex machine or a mechanism, how do they figure out the size of each components(gears, axle, pulleyes...etc) inside the machine? And how do they decide on what machine elements they are going to use and place them in which places inside the machine..etc ? Decisions on shape of each elements..etc
They must have the ability to see the big picture in the back of their mind and visualize the the whole mechanism working to achieve the desired functions.

As above, I want to know more on this area. But I do not know where to look for.
I asked a professor and he told me to look into synthesis or machinery.

Help would be greatly appreciated!


Sincerely,
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General Discussion / Mechanical Design
« Last post by ap91 on December 08, 2014, 08:44:42 PM »
Hello Friends,
I am working on project where I need to built a casing for one of electrical equipment. The only problem is the inside space. I have built a casing with 0.05 in thickness but I think that not feasible to manufacture. So can anyone tell me what thinnest material from which I can make casing. Hope I am clear with my question.

Thanks
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Mechanism design (Kinematics & Dynamics) / Mechanical Design
« Last post by ap91 on December 08, 2014, 07:35:55 PM »
Hello Friends,
I am working on project where I need to built a casing for one of electrical equipment. The only problem is the inside space. I have built a casing with 0.05 in thickness but I think that not feasible to manufacture. So can anyone tell me what thinnest material from which I can make casing. The casing doesn't need to support any loading. Just it has to weld to parent component.  Hope I am clear with my question.

Thanks
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Information Technology / Re: Please advise me how to build webpages
« Last post by rockstar68 on October 02, 2014, 05:58:06 AM »
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Jobs & Positions / How to make money online in proven way?
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