Ars ingeniaria

Ingeniarii intricata excogitant systemata vim electricam distribuendi . . .
. . . et actuaria aëris vehicula, sicut helicopterum hic visum.

Ars ingeniaria,[1][2] vel breviter ingeniaria, est scientia et ars, quae praecipue principiis biologicis, chemicis, informaticis, et physicis una utuntur ad novas technologias adhibendas, sicut novas rationes, ingenia, instrumenta, systemata cogitationis. Qui hanc disciplinam colat ingeniarius vel inventor dicitur.

Disciplinae ingeniariae

Disciplinae ingeniariae principales sunt:

Nexus interni



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  • Petroski, Henry. 1992. To Engineer is Human: The Role of Failure in Successful Design. Vintage. ISBN 0679734163.
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  • Vincenti, Walter G. 1993. What Engineers Know and How They Know It: Analytical Studies from Aeronautical History. Baltimorae: The Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 0801845882.

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