Tag: engineering

Business Analysis Training: Requirements Elicitation

Business Analysis Training: Requirements Elicitation

hello so today I’m going to talk about requirements elicitation so requirements elicitation is a proactive approach which enables you to draw out the requirements from the user via getting them to visualize or articulate on what their…

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Project Management 10: Risk Management

Project Management 10: Risk Management

Welcome to Project Management! In this video, I’ll talk about risk management, meaning what can go wrong in a project and how we should deal with it. Project managers should understand that risks are inherent in projects—deliveries are…

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Gross Economic Profit Analysis

Gross Economic Profit Analysis

In this screencast, we’re going to go through a process design example in which we start the process by examining our different reactions and doing a gross profit analysis to determine whether any of these synthesis pathways would…

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Hydrogen Materials – Advanced Research Consortium (HyMARC)

Hydrogen Materials – Advanced Research Consortium (HyMARC)

(music plays) – [Mark Allendorf ] Hydrogen is a industrial commodity that is used worldwide to make everything from plastics to fertilizer. It’s also a really intriguing fuel. It’s beginning to be used in passenger vehicles, but this…

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Recruitment Services for Business & 3rd Sector

Recruitment Services for Business & 3rd Sector
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TiPA

TiPA

it’s not question of if tidal energy is going to happen it’s already happening it’s a question of how quickly we can bring the cost down to make tidal main stream and that’s where cheaper comes in teper…

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Shruthi Suresh: Innovation for Clinical Translation Fellow

Shruthi Suresh: Innovation for Clinical Translation Fellow

– We’re studying autonomic dysfunction in people with spinal cord injuries and what that means is that your sympathetic or your fight or flight response goes into hyper drive and your body is unable to necessarily cope with…

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The Kessler Fellows Program

The Kessler Fellows Program

I think I didn’t really understand what a business was in the sense where we were designing this product we were engineering this product and I thought because we were engineering a product we had a business. So…

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Why we need the explorers | Brian Cox

Why we need the explorers | Brian Cox

We live in difficult and challenging economic times, of course. And one of the first victims of difficult economic times, I think, is public spending of any kind, but certainly in the firing line at the moment is…

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How a Laser Works

How a Laser Works

How a Laser Works EngineerGuy Series #4 For years lasers have been a hallmark of science fiction yet much of our technology today depends on them Range finding devices, optical communications, and of course, bar code scanners. The…

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