Educating the Engineer for Society 710005

Introducing the direct study of environmental problems into university courses seems too difficult. The only practical way of alerting future engineers to their responsibility in considering the effect of their activities on the environment is indirectly. The development of courses in instrumentation and the use of experimental equipment are effective and do not require substantial modification of an engineering cirriculum. The intention of this paper is to describe certain experimental work to illustrate their use in the field of environmental problems.


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