Archive for January 10, 2018
A lot of people are concerned about the state of America?s surface water and water tables. Civil engineering is all about maintaining and protecting those water sources, with the assistance of entities like environmental consulting agencies and aerial surveying companies. All these, and more, work together to protect and improve our water.
Why Does it Need Watching?
A lot of things are happening with our water. Every year, we dig about 500,000 new residential wells. These connect the water supplies, but they also involve 18,460 drilling machines and 8,085 groundwater contracting firms. That?s a lot of potential for mi
Considering the inventiveness of engineering, there are new technologies arriving at a fast pace. In particular, the heating business has seen an ebb-and-flow of inventiveness and growth over the years, between the methods of heating and marketability of products. One such section of engineering within the heating industry is that of heat exchangers. There are current expectations for the heat exchanger market to have a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.2% between now and 2021, increasing the market value to USD 19.14 billion. For those that don’t know too much about how heat exchangers work, let’s take an exploration into them and their different properties.
Principally, a heat exchanger works by transferring heat between a solid object and a fluid, or a solid object and two or mor