American Engineer

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Horonai Railway - History
... The American engineer Horace Capron, invited to Hokkaidō by the government for this purpose, determined the presence of a sizable coal deposit in the upper reaches of the Horonai River ... Another American engineer, Benjamin Smith Lyman, was invited to plan the establishment and operations of a new coal mine ... The government decided Lyman's plan was cheaper, and in March 1878, they invited yet another American engineer, to begin land surveys in preparation for ...
List Of Norwegian Americans - List - Scientists
... Philip Abelson - (1913–2004) American physicist, a scientific editor, and a science writer Christian B ... Anfinsen – (1916–1995) American biochemist Peter Agre – American medical doctor, professor, and molecular biologist Neal Amundson - (1916–2011) American chemical engineer ... Gunvald Aus – (1851–1950) Norwegian-American engineer ...
List Of Civil Engineers - A
... Name Notability References James Abernethy Scottish canal, marine and bridge engineer Duff Abrams early concrete researcher Bahaedin Adab Iranian Kurdish politician and ... Adams New York State Engineer and Surveyor Charles Adler, Jr ... American inventor of traffic lights and railway engineer Marcus Agrippa Ancient Roman General Raúl Aguilar Batres Guatemalan civil engineer Povl Ahm Danish former Ove Arup Partners chairman Mahmoud ...
November 14 - Births
1822) 1765 – Robert Fulton, American engineer and inventor, invented the steamboat (d. 1847) 1777 – Nathaniel Claiborne, American politician (d. 1875) 1803 – Jacob Abbott, American author (d ...

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    A good scientist is a person with original ideas. A good engineer is a person who makes a design that works with as few original ideas as possible. There are no prima donnas in engineering.
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