Chapter 6: A Brief History of Engineering Created by: CK-12 Engineering: An Introduction for High School Read Resources Details Chapter Outline 6.1. About This Chapter6.2. Historical Themes6.3. Engineering in Ancient Civilizations6.4. Engineering in Medieval and Renaissance Europe6.5. The Industrial Revolution6.6. Rise of the Corporation6.7. The Early Twentieth Century6.8. The Computer Age6.9. Potable Water (Possible Sidebar)6.10. Conclusions6.11. Vocabulary6.12. References6.13. Instructor Supplemental Resources Chapter Summary Image Attributions Share this: Description How engineers use creativity and judgment to solve societal problems, how complex engineering problems are usually solved by teams, and the intended desirable consequences and unintended undesirable consequences of engineering are covered. Authors: Darryl Morrell Tags: aqueduct assembly line CADD (46 more) cathedral cesspit chronometer cistern CK.ENG.ENG.SE.1.Engineering-HS.6 Corporation cottage industry creativity drainage basin dynamo electromagnetic waves engineering engineering teams factory fly-by-wire flying buttress history human capabilities integrated circuit intended consequences interchangeable parts internal combustion engine judgment locomotive Longitude mainframe mason microprocessor minicomputer morse code Patent perspective piston potable printing press qanal reservoir rule of thumb semiconductor siphon society technology trade organization transcontinental transistor typesetting unintended consequences vacuum tube Subjects: engineering Grades: 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 Date Created: Feb 23, 2012 Last Modified: Sep 01, 2014 You can only attach files to None which belong to you If you would like to associate files with this None, please make a copy first.