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Engineering is the use of scientific principles to design and build machines, structures, and other items, including bridges, tunnels, roads, vehicles, and buildings. The discipline of engineering encompasses a broad range of more specialized fields of engineering, each with a more specific emphasis on particular areas of applied mathematics and applied science.     [Add article].



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Main topics

  1. Aerospace engineering
  2. Aircraft landing systems
  3. Airship technology
  4. Airships
  5. Analog circuits
  6. Antennas
  7. Antennas (radio)
  8. Apollo program hardware
  9. Ariane (rocket family)
  10. Astronomical instruments
  11. Audio engineering
  12. Automotive engineering
  13. Biochemical engineering
  14. Biological engineering
  15. Biomedical engineering
  16. Bioreactors
  17. Biosatellites
  18. Biotechnology
  19. Broadcast engineering
  20. Building engineering
  21. Cancelled spacecraft
  22. Cargo spacecraft
  23. Chemical engineering
  24. Civil engineering
  25. Communication circuits
  26. Communications satellites
  27. Computer-aided design
  28. Crewed spacecraft
  29. Detectors
  30. Digital electronics
  31. Digital systems
  32. Digital television
  33. Display technology
  34. Dragon (spacecraft)
  35. Earth observation satellites
  36. Electrical engineering
  37. Electrical generators
  38. Electromechanical engineering
  39. Electronic design
  40. Electronic design automation
  41. Electronic engineering
  42. Electronic oscillators
  43. Electronic test equipment
  44. Emerging technologies
  45. Energy engineering
  46. Energy technology
  47. Engine components
  48. Engine technology
  49. Engineering concepts
  50. Engineering disciplines
  51. Engineering failures
  52. Engineering mechanics
  53. Engineering occupations
  54. Engineering ratios
  55. Engineering thermodynamics
  56. Engineering vehicles
  57. Engineering-related lists
  58. Environmental engineering
  59. Exploratory engineering
  60. Explosives engineering
  61. Extraterrestrial aircraft
  62. Fiber-optic communications
  63. Film and video technology
  64. Fracture mechanics
  65. Future human spaceflights
  66. GSAT satellites
  67. Galileo (spacecraft)
  68. Genetic engineering
  69. Geodetic satellites
  70. Geotechnical engineering
  71. Global Positioning System
  72. Helicopter aerodynamics
  73. Hellenistic engineering
  74. Hubble Space Telescope instruments
  75. Hybrid electric vehicles
  76. Hydraulic engineering
  77. Hydraulic machinery
  78. Hydraulics
  79. Hypersonic aircraft
  80. Hypothetical spacecraft
  81. Image scanners
  82. Image sensors
  83. Integrated circuits
  84. Intel microcontrollers
  85. Ion engines
  86. Irregular satellites
  87. Jet engine technology
  88. Jet engines
  89. Kepler (spacecraft)
  90. Laboratory equipment
  91. Lists of spacecraft
  92. Logic gates
  93. Magnetic propulsion devices
  94. Magnetometers
  95. Marine engineering
  96. Materials degradation
  97. Mechanical engineering
  98. Mechanical power control
  99. Mechanical tests
  100. Mechanisms (engineering)
  101. Metalworking cutting tools
  102. Meteorological instrumentation and equipment
  103. Microphones
  104. Microscopes
  105. Microtechnology
  106. Microwave technology
  107. Military electronics
  108. Military engineering
  109. Military sensor technology
  110. Mining engineering
  111. Modularity
  112. Molecular electronics
  113. NASA
  114. NASA flight controllers
  115. NASA probes
  116. NASA satellites
  117. NASA space launch vehicles
  118. NASA spacecraft
  119. NASA vehicles
  120. Nanoelectronics
  121. Nanosatellites
  122. Navigational equipment
  123. Nike (rocket family)
  124. Noise (electronics)
  125. Noise reduction systems
  126. Nondestructive testing
  127. Nuclear materials
  128. Nuclear power in space
  129. Nuclear reactors
  130. Nuclear spacecraft propulsion
  131. Nuclear technology
  132. Nuclear-powered robots
  133. Optical communications
  134. Optical diodes
  135. Optoelectronics
  136. Organic semiconductors
  137. Partially reusable space launch vehicles
  138. Particle technology
  139. Planetary engineering
  140. Pointing devices
  141. Pollution control technologies
  142. Power engineering
  143. Power station technology
  144. Private spaceflight
  145. Process engineering
  146. Product testing
  147. Progress (spacecraft)
  148. Proposed satellites
  149. Proposed spacecraft
  150. Radar
  151. Radio electronics
  152. Radio frequency antenna types
  153. Radio terminology
  154. Relaxed-stability aircraft
  155. Reliability engineering
  156. Resistive components
  157. Reusable launch systems
  158. Reverse engineering
  159. Robot control
  160. Robotic sensing
  161. Robotics
  162. Robotics concepts
  163. Rocket engines
  164. Rocket propulsion
  165. Rocket-powered aircraft
  166. Safety engineering
  167. Satellite telephony
  168. Satellites
  169. Satellites by type
  170. Saturn (rocket family)
  171. Scientific equipment
  172. Self-replicating machines
  173. Semiconductor analysis
  174. Semiconductor device defects
  175. Semiconductor device fabrication
  176. Semiconductor devices
  177. Semiconductor technology
  178. Sensor
  179. Sensors
  180. Silicon photonics devices
  181. Small satellites
  182. Solar-powered vehicles
  183. Soviet and Russian spacesuits
  184. Space Shuttle program
  185. Space launch vehicles of Russia
  186. Space suit components
  187. Space weapons
  188. SpaceX human spaceflights
  189. SpaceX launch vehicles
  190. SpaceX payloads contracted by NASA
  191. Spacecraft components
  192. Spacecraft design
  193. Spacecraft docking systems
  194. Spacecraft endings
  195. Spacecraft instruments
  196. Spacecraft launched by Saturn rockets
  197. Spacecraft propulsion
  198. Spacecraft that orbited the Moon
  199. Spacecraft using halo orbits
  200. Spaceflight
  201. Spaceflight concepts
  202. Spaceflight technologies
  203. Spaceflight timelines
  204. Spaceplanes
  205. Spacesuits
  206. Spectrographs
  207. Stealth aircraft
  208. Structural engineering
  209. Supply vehicles for the International Space Station
  210. Systems engineering
  211. Telecommunications infrastructure
  212. Telephony signals
  213. Telescope instruments
  214. Telescopes under construction
  215. Television technology
  216. Television terminology
  217. Telstar satellites
  218. Test spaceflights
  219. Transducers
  220. Transistor types
  221. Ultrafast spectroscopy
  222. VTVL rockets
  223. Vacuum gauges
  224. Vacuum systems
  225. Vacuum tubes
  226. Vehicle technology
  227. Vertical transport devices
  228. Wireless networking
  229. Zenit (rocket family)