Engineered System

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An Engineered System is a system designed and operated by humans to achieve specific objectives through the application of engineering and scientific principles, focusing on technical aspects such as structure, materials, functionality, and performance.



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    • An Engineered System is a type of Designed System that focuses primarily on the technical aspects of a solution, such as its structure, materials, functionality, and performance. Engineered Systems are developed by professionals, such as Mechanical Engineers, Electrical Engineers, or Civil Engineers, who possess the knowledge and skills to address the underlying scientific and technological principles involved. These systems are typically concerned with efficiency, safety, reliability, and adherence to various standards and regulations. In many real-world situations, Engineered Systems complement and work in tandem with Designed Systems to create products or services that are both functionally efficient and aesthetically appealing.
    • Here are some examples of both Engineered Systems:
      1. Bridge construction: Engineers develop the structural design, select materials, and ensure the bridge can safely support the intended load and environmental factors.
      2. Power Plant design: Electrical and mechanical engineers design and construct power plants, ensuring they meet energy production requirements and follow safety regulations.
      3. Automotive Engineering: Engineers design and develop various systems within cars, such as engines, transmissions, and suspension systems, to optimize performance, fuel efficiency, and safety.
      4. Water Treatment Plant: Civil and environmental engineers design and implement systems to treat and distribute water, meeting quality standards and ensuring public health.