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The engineering process is a set of steps engineers use to solve a problem. This includes finding the goal and determining the constraints, then designing and building, as well as testing. This is an important part of every project at TWI and helps us ensure that our projects meet the highest quality and safety standards. This is especially important for New York City projects as they must meet strict requirements.

During this phase students investigate the issue to gain a better understanding of the issue and gather data. This is an open-ended, student-centered approach to science that reorients classrooms away from traditional instruction.

Students brainstorm ways to solve the issue. This is accomplished through discussions, writing on a whiteboard or by using software. It’s fine if some ideas don’t work. They can test other methods and experiment with them.

After analysing the results of their research and brainstorming, the group decides on a design and construct. This can be done on paper or using CAD software, or using a virtual or physical prototype. This is an exciting process for students as they are able to create something tangible that will help students to test their ideas.

This is where the rubber meets the road for engineers since they must adhere to the limitations that are placed on them, such as cost, time tools, resources, and many more. Engineers must also keep in mind that their solutions must be safe and effective in order to be effective in the real world.