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WHAT A ENGINEER WILL BE ABLE TO DO

Technical drawing and measuring

    • Generate working drawings in ISO standard together with any written instructions.
    • Apply standards for conventional dimensioning and tolerancing and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing appropriate to the ISO standard.
    • Insert written information such as explanation balloons and parts lists with more than one column using annotation styles that meet ISO standards.
    • Create 2D detail technical drawings.
    • Create exploded isometric views.

Reverse engineering of physical models

  • Materials and processes for obtaining unprocessed work pieces.
    • Castings.
    • Welding.
    • Machining.
  • Simulation.
  • The process to transfer a real object to a 3D image and then to a technical drawing.
  • Determine dimensions on physical parts by using industry accepted instruments.
  • Create freehand sketches.
  • Use measuring instruments to produce accurate replicas.

Design

  • Assesses project needs, oversees or conducts engineering design and plant or system.
    performance review, reviews engineering documents, and provides guidance to management on project requirements.
  • Identifies the problem or opportunity through the collection and analysis of data.
  • Determines the specifications for the solution and develops conceptual design for new facilities, collaborates with others to reach consensus, and issues engineering documents to initiate design and construction.
  • Reviews, evaluates and implements new technologies that support best practices in areas that include, but are not limited to work management, outage restoration, and the planning and scheduling of work.
  • Uses logical thought processes to analyse information and draw conclusions.
  • Identifies inconsistent or missing information.
  • Critically reviews, analyses, synthesises, compares and interprets information.
  • Tests possible hypotheses to ensure the problem is correctly diagnosed and the best solution.
  • is found Is able to read and interpret Process and Instrumentation Drawings.
  • Is able to prepare, read and interpret blue prints and one line diagrams.
  • Uses drafting instruments, engineering and mathematical references and tables, charts, computer equipment, accepted documentation processes required to perform professional engineering studies, calculations, analysis, estimates, etc.
  • Maintains accurate filing and records system for projects from initiation to project close out.
  • Conducts preliminary engineering studies.
  • Operates various computer aided engineering design, analysis programs and tools.
  • Understands, applies and maintains compliance with regulatory and industry standards.