nonengineering

nonengineering

(ˌnɒnˌɛndʒɪˈnɪərɪŋ)
adj
not related to or involving engineering
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One of the key features of the policy is the institutionalization of the Resiliency Compliance Plan, which provides engineering and nonengineering measures to ensure infrastructure and human-resource disaster preparedness.
With today's demanding pace, the LSE must also consider nonengineering concepts for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the engineering environment.
No matter how small the problem or how great the challenge, the engineering design process provides the solid foundation needed for students to build problem-solving and design skills necessary for success in engineering and nonengineering courses and challenges alike.
This algorithm has been successfully applied on various areas including engineering and nonengineering applications [36-38].
Reverse Osmosis: A Guide for the Nonengineering Professional
Therefore, I think that engineering education for nonengineering students may be needed in the near future.
Furthermore, a high proportion of the continuing FREE participants went on to study nonengineering STEM fields in college.
Mr Cable said the increase in fees last year "is having an impact on non-science, nonengineering subjects".
Water and wastewater treatment; a guide for the nonengineering professional, 2d ed.
The directors should first find out if this hypothesis is even valid or if there is a basic deficiency in potential and ability of the nonengineering students," he added.
This month, we're taking a look at some nonengineering developments with an impact on the smartphone and e-reader business.
It's a perennial problem and high salaries in the nonengineering sectors such as banking are still drawing off a lot of good-quality engineering graduates.