The book, Engineering Critical Thinking (ECT), was recently launched by Innovent Engineering Solutions Pvt Ltd, in an attempt to bridge the gap between academia and the engineering
The book has a completely different style of presentation which makes engineers think laterally and interrelate the varied facets of the engineering situations. It gives valuable insights into different situations such as industry scenarios, best practices and rigorous application of
Most text books comprehensively deal with one aspect of design and may not have an integrated approach needed for product
Today’s multi-discipline engineering design involves high degree of complexity, innovation, reliability, a stringent development cycle time and cost. Based on these requirements, the concept for ECT was conceived to develop engineering spontaneity and problem solving skills amongst young engineers aspiring to take up assignments in New Product Introduction.
Authored by Ganesha H N, Chief Technology Officer, the book focusses on engineering critical thinking which is highly crucial in the current engineering environment to bridge the gap between university education and industrial application.
A simple component, for example, may have to be looked at from different points of view such as stress, dynamics/vibration, life, assembly, manufacture, cost, weight, SFC, NVH, electrical properties and fire resistance. To meet these requirements, the book ECT, has seven chapters which cover all these aspects systematically through theory and moderately complex situations relevant to the industry.