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  • Concepts of Modern Art: From Fauvism to Postmodernism.
  • Concepts of Modern Art: From Fauvism to Postmodernism



Boston, MA is known as a walkable city. Boston’s downtown area is very small, relative to those in other cities. However, the walkable size provides you with a special opportunity to explore the many interesting venues that the city has to offer. One such opportunity arose when an engineering meeting with a colleague was postponed for several hours due to “unforeseen circumstances”. This gave me a golden opportunity to tour the Museum of Fine Arts, a short walk from Northeastern University where my meeting was scheduled.  

Similar examples of modern-day, engineering art are shown in Figure 2. These pieces of art are, in fact, turbines, compressors or pump impellers that are superbly machined to tolerances that, in my career, were considered unimaginable. Such tolerances are necessary to produce the most efficient machines that can produce power, or consume power, to efficiently compress air or pump fluids, drill for oil or even drill out cavities in a tooth. These three-dimensional works of engineering art are produced daily.  They are designed by engineers who utilize the latest analytical tools to ensure that the least material is used to the greatest potential efficiency. 

Figure 4 shows an image depicting Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). CFD visualizes how a gas or liquid flows, as well as how that flow affects objects it flows past. A simple example that many might be familiar with is those cool images of cars in wind tunnels, with the vapor streaming over the chassis of a car. Well, in turbomachinery, software such as FINE™/Turbo, from our Partner, NUMECA International, shows how fluids flow during the transfer of energy between the rotor and a fluid. It also creates images that, I think, rival that of any artist.

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Boston, MA is known as a walkable city. Boston’s downtown area is very small, relative to those in other cities. However, the walkable size provides you with a special opportunity to explore the many interesting venues that the city has to offer. One such opportunity arose when an engineering meeting with a colleague was postponed for several hours due to “unforeseen circumstances”. This gave me a golden opportunity to tour the Museum of Fine Arts, a short walk from Northeastern University where my meeting was scheduled.  

Similar examples of modern-day, engineering art are shown in Figure 2. These pieces of art are, in fact, turbines, compressors or pump impellers that are superbly machined to tolerances that, in my career, were considered unimaginable. Such tolerances are necessary to produce the most efficient machines that can produce power, or consume power, to efficiently compress air or pump fluids, drill for oil or even drill out cavities in a tooth. These three-dimensional works of engineering art are produced daily.  They are designed by engineers who utilize the latest analytical tools to ensure that the least material is used to the greatest potential efficiency. 

Figure 4 shows an image depicting Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). CFD visualizes how a gas or liquid flows, as well as how that flow affects objects it flows past. A simple example that many might be familiar with is those cool images of cars in wind tunnels, with the vapor streaming over the chassis of a car. Well, in turbomachinery, software such as FINE™/Turbo, from our Partner, NUMECA International, shows how fluids flow during the transfer of energy between the rotor and a fluid. It also creates images that, I think, rival that of any artist.

Driftwood 3 Candle Candelabra, Driftwood Candle Holder, Driftwood Sculpture, Driftwood Art, Driftwood Centerpiece, Wedding Centerpiece

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Boston, MA is known as a walkable city. Boston’s downtown area is very small, relative to those in other cities. However, the walkable size provides you with a special opportunity to explore the many interesting venues that the city has to offer. One such opportunity arose when an engineering meeting with a colleague was postponed for several hours due to “unforeseen circumstances”. This gave me a golden opportunity to tour the Museum of Fine Arts, a short walk from Northeastern University where my meeting was scheduled.  

Similar examples of modern-day, engineering art are shown in Figure 2. These pieces of art are, in fact, turbines, compressors or pump impellers that are superbly machined to tolerances that, in my career, were considered unimaginable. Such tolerances are necessary to produce the most efficient machines that can produce power, or consume power, to efficiently compress air or pump fluids, drill for oil or even drill out cavities in a tooth. These three-dimensional works of engineering art are produced daily.  They are designed by engineers who utilize the latest analytical tools to ensure that the least material is used to the greatest potential efficiency. 

Figure 4 shows an image depicting Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). CFD visualizes how a gas or liquid flows, as well as how that flow affects objects it flows past. A simple example that many might be familiar with is those cool images of cars in wind tunnels, with the vapor streaming over the chassis of a car. Well, in turbomachinery, software such as FINE™/Turbo, from our Partner, NUMECA International, shows how fluids flow during the transfer of energy between the rotor and a fluid. It also creates images that, I think, rival that of any artist.



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