Items tagged with ‘civil engineering’
An MIT staff member nominates the Wilbur Machine, "A mechanical calculator with 13,000 parts, weighing a half ton and about the size of a small car. MIT ...
An alumnus at a Cardinal and Gray Society event nominates "The Benchmark", the yearbook of the Course I (Civil Engineering) summer camp in Machias, Maine.
An alumnus from the class of 1956 writes, "The elctrical strain gage developed at MIT in the 1930's is the prime sensor element in all structural monitoring ...
An alumnus of the class of 1971 writes, "This initially consisted of a large raised-floor room with a handsomely-designed IBM 1130 computer. It actually was ...
The December 2, 1966 issue of the Tech reported that two Course I undergraduates, Robert Gladstone '69 and Anthony Kettaneh '69, had developed a CO2 laser ...