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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. Airship technology
  3. Airships
  4. Analog circuits
  5. Antennas (radio)
  6. Astronomical instruments
  7. Audio engineering
  8. Automotive engineering
  9. Biological engineering
  10. Biomedical engineering
  11. Broadcast engineering
  12. Building engineering
  13. Chemical engineering
  14. Civil engineering
  15. Communication circuits
  16. Computer-aided design
  17. Detectors
  18. Display technology
  19. Electrical engineering
  20. Electrical generators
  21. Electronic design
  22. Electronic design automation
  23. Electronic engineering
  24. Electronic oscillators
  25. Emerging technologies
  26. Energy engineering
  27. Engine components
  28. Engineering concepts
  29. Engineering disciplines
  30. Engineering failures
  31. Engineering mechanics
  32. Engineering occupations
  33. Engineering ratios
  34. Engineering thermodynamics
  35. Engineering vehicles
  36. Engineering-related lists
  37. Environmental engineering
  38. Explosives engineering
  39. Film and video technology
  40. Fracture mechanics
  41. Genetic engineering
  42. Hydraulic engineering
  43. Hydraulic machinery
  44. Hydraulics
  45. Hypersonic aircraft
  46. Integrated circuits
  47. Ion engines
  48. Jet engine technology
  49. Jet engines
  50. Logic gates
  51. Marine engineering
  52. Materials degradation
  53. Mechanical engineering
  54. Mechanical tests
  55. Mechanisms (engineering)
  56. Microphones
  57. Microscopes
  58. Microtechnology
  59. Military engineering
  60. Modularity
  61. Molecular electronics
  62. NASA
  63. NASA probes
  64. NASA satellites
  65. NASA space launch vehicles
  66. NASA vehicles
  67. Nanoelectronics
  68. Nanosatellites
  69. Noise (electronics)
  70. Nondestructive testing
  71. Nuclear materials
  72. Nuclear reactors
  73. Nuclear technology
  74. Optoelectronics
  75. Power engineering
  76. Process engineering
  77. Product testing
  78. Radar
  79. Radio electronics
  80. Radio frequency antenna types
  81. Reliability engineering
  82. Resistive components
  83. Reverse engineering
  84. Robot control
  85. Robotic sensing
  86. Robotics
  87. Rocket engines
  88. Rocket propulsion
  89. Rocket-powered aircraft
  90. Satellites
  91. Saturn (rocket family)
  92. Semiconductor analysis
  93. Semiconductor device defects
  94. Semiconductor technology
  95. Sensor
  96. Sensors
  97. Space Shuttle program
  98. Space weapons
  99. Spacecraft components
  100. Spacecraft design
  101. Spacecraft docking systems
  102. Spacecraft endings
  103. Spacecraft instruments
  104. Spacecraft launched by Saturn rockets
  105. Spacecraft propulsion
  106. Spacecraft that orbited the Moon
  107. Spacecraft using halo orbits
  108. Spaceflight
  109. Spaceflight concepts
  110. Spaceflight technologies
  111. Spaceflight timelines
  112. Spaceplanes
  113. Structural engineering
  114. Systems engineering
  115. Telephony signals
  116. Television technology
  117. Television terminology
  118. Transducers
  119. Transistor types
  120. Ultrafast spectroscopy
  121. Vehicle technology
  122. Vertical transport devices