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To Engineer Is Human: The Role of Failure in Successful Design How Did A Simple Design Error Cause One Of The Great Disasters Of The S The Collapse Of The Walkways At The Kansas City Hyatt Regency Hotel What Made The Graceful And Innovative Tacoma Narrows Bridge Twist Apart In A Mild Wind In How Did An Oversized Waterlily Inspire The Magnificent Crystal Palace, The Crowning Achievement Of Victorian Architecture And Engineering These Are Some Of The Failures And Successes That Henry Petroski, Author Of The Acclaimed The Pencil, Examines In This Engaging, Wonderfully Literate Book More Than A Series Of Fascinating Case Studies, To Engineer Is Human Is A Work That Looks At Our Deepest Notions Of Progress And Perfection, Tracing The Fine Connection Between The Quantifiable Realm Of Science And The Chaotic Realities Of Everyday Life

About the Author: Henry Petroski

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8 thoughts on “To Engineer Is Human: The Role of Failure in Successful Design

  1. says:

    Badly out of date And while it lists these well known US only structural failures, it fails completely to delve into the real underlying human weaknesses that cause them, or to consider any failures from outside the USA Also, it seems evident that the a

  2. says:

    Very Fascinating book, if you work in engineering sectors I really recommend it It gives you a clear picture also of the psychological aspects of the engineering design

  3. says:

    Enjoyable even if you are not an engineer, although crossing a bridge will never be the same again Thank you.

  4. says:

    Interesting review of engineering mistakes and entertaining too

  5. says:

    Arrived on time, item as described No problems occurred.

  6. says:

    A good book that tells several interesting short stories that would go well with induction lectures for Engineering courses As I haven t finished reading it yet I can t really ass much The Space Shuttle on the front cover is misleading though, as unlike the picture of the Tacoma Narrows bridge ab

  7. says:

    As an engineer myself, I found that the total engineering content of this book could be written in a large font on the back of a postage stamp.

  8. says:

    This essay is a collection of a dozen or so articles that have appeared before in Technology Review Most of them date back to the early 80s I remember having read some of them back then and that s how I got to know Petrosky But they show their age and many of these articles now appear terribly outdated.The writing

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