The new generation of engineers
In part II of our interview with Meehan Lenzen, team coach at GE Aviation in Loves Park, Illinois, she tells everything about engineering's next generation.
Engineering's in her blood
Meehan Lenzen, team coach at GE Aviation in Loves Park, Illinois, explains why her STEM-rich childhood had her destined for a career in engineering. Lenzen spoke during Manufacturing Day, a national event designed to address common misperceptions about manufacturing by giving manufacturers an opportunity to open their doors and show, in a coordinated effort, what manufacturing is and what it isn't.
A lifetime of welding
Thomas Shelow, owner of Superior Joining Technologies in Machesney Park, Illinois, describes how he developed his interest in welding, which ultimately led to the development of his precision welding laboratory.
The how's and why's of heat exchanger stall
This video demonstrates the particular problems associated with the removal of condensate from temperature controlled heat exchange equipment, including the causes, symptoms and effects of 'stall'.
Celebrating 140 years of manufacturing growth one compressor at a time
John Brookshire, president of Atlas-Copco Compressors, US, speaks with Mike Bacidore, editor in chief of Plant Services, about the manufacturer's history and its recent growth in the Charlotte, North Carolina, and Houston areas, as well as comparisons between the U.S. market and the Chinese market.