Engineering process

The modern world is largely shaped by technical objects and machines. If you look around, all non-natural artifacts have been created, designed and/or engineered: the chair you sit on, the roof above you and the car, bus or train that drives you home.
The person responsible for the technical properties of those objects is likely to be an engineer. His job begins with a (sometimes vague) description of the intended function, and ends with a set of drawings, ready to be produced and assembled. The process in between is called engineering: transforming requirements about the intended function/behavior into the final shape of an artifact.

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