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Introduction to Engineering Technology, 7
th

ed.

Pond and Rankinen

©

2009Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458.

All Rights Reserved.

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Introduction to Engineering
Technology

Seventh Edition

Robert J. Pond & Jeffery L. Rankinen

Chapter 1

Engineering Technology as a
Career

Introduction to Engineering Technology, 7
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2009Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458.

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Purpose


Introduces a variety of fields in Engineering
Technology


Provides motivation for continued study


Prepares students for employment, both internship
and employment after graduation


Prepares students for future coursework

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2009Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458.

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Introduction


Technology


Improves subsistence and comfort


Examples: automated heating, running water,
automobiles, etc…


Many career opportunities


Examples: Verizon Fiber Optic Technician, Comcast
Technician, Consultant, etc…



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2009Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458.

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Contents


History of Engineering Technology


The Industrial Team


The Career Decision


Engineering Technology


The Right Career
for You

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History of Engineering Technology


Great wall of China


Pyramids


Five main branches of engineering


Civil


Mechanical


Mining and Metallurgical


Chemical


Electrical

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History of Engineering Technology


Examples of Today’s Engineering Fields






For a larger list see link below from
Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_engineering_fields


Aerospace

Electromechanical

Materials

Agriculture

Engineering Science

Nuclear

Architectural

Environmental

Petroleum

Biomedical

Industrial

Systems

Computer

Marine

Welding

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History of Engineering Technology


Need increasing for technicians and
technologists


Specialized and scientific


Engineers


Practical and less specialized
-

Technicians

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The Industrial Team


Today’s industries


two types


Manufacturing


production of goods, such as
clothing and steel (“blue collar”)


Service


such as professional (lawyers) and
technical work (computer programmers) (“white
collar”)


Transition is taking place from goods
production to the provision of services


post
-
industrial society

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2009Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458.

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The Industrial Team


The Role of the Technician and
Technologist


Communicators


Implementers


Calibrators and Testers


Manufacturing Engineering Technologists

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The Industrial Team

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The Industrial Team


Teamwork in
Manufacturing


Nanomanufacturing
program available at
PSU:



http://cneu.psu.edu


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The Industrial Team


Teamwork in Manufacturing


Roles of the Engineer and Engineering Technician

Engineer

Engineering Technician

Designs systems

Designs individual circuits

Directs fabrication of new systems

Supervises the assembly of specific
electronic subsystems

Develops new systems

Breadboards systems, troubleshoots
and improves circuitry, brings the
system to the real world

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2009Pearson Education, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458.

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The Industrial Team

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The Industrial Team


Communication and the Industrial Team


Organizational Structures and the Industrial
Team


chart next page


Competition vs. Teamwork

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The Industrial Team

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The Career Decision


Career exploration


at least 3 important
elements


Occupational satisfaction


Availability of employment


Salary potential


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The Career Decision

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The Career Decision


Salaries

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Engineering Technology


The Right
Career for You


Challenging


Rewarding


Good salary potential


Excellent employment opportunities