Welcome to Engineeringness

Engineeringness aims to be the best place for engineering students, industry professionals and thought leaders alike to get the information the industry will not share.  We have informational articles, company showcases and the latest offerings in the engineering job market.

  • Informational content: Top level content written by industry professionals and academics sharing the secrets of the trade.
  • Company showcase: We aggregate the top companies in a variety of engineering industry niches to provide clients, prospective employees and analysts with accessible and informative information to make the best decisions.
  • Jobs: Jobs feed bringing you the best and most relevant engineering jobs in real time.  

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We are constantly looking for people who want to increase their online presence and reach a wide STEM related audience online.

Engineeringness Team

Engineeringness is the passion project of three engineering graduates. Run by Harris Khan, Adrian Michaels, Jennifer Fuentes and Nathaniel Fried.

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Work with Engineeringness

Whether an Individual or a large institution, we offer a range of opportunities to be able to cooperate and produce high quality content for the STEM industries, Increasing your own and your companies online presence and brand awareness. Moreover, it provides a great way of networking through Engineeringness' social media groups.

Transport Processes

Transport Processes provides in-depth articles and resources created by professionals in areas of Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics.

Natural Sciences

Natural Sciences provides essential information and resources concerning Chemistry, Bio-technology and fundamental Physics.

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Contractor and Consultant Directory

From small independents to major Institutions these contractors and consultanices can help bring your ideas, designs and projects to life. To be featured in this directory please email us or click the 'Work with Engineeringness' section above.


Reading Lists

Our team composing of STEM industry professionals have at great expense sorted through books available on the market for each STEM topic, compiling a short list of the best books you can read.

Important People In STEM History

Every week we pay tribute to a great mind within the STEM industry. They have paved the way for us to think and create the things we do today. Click here to see this weeks.

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    A Breakdown | Heat Transfer Mechanism

    What is Heat Transfer? Energy can exist in numerous forms; Thermal,  Mechanical,  Kinetic,  Heat, Potential,  Electrical,  Magnetic,  Chemical,  Nuclear.  The sum of these energy is the total energy and the sum of all microscopic forms is called the internal energy of a system.  Heat is a form of energy (sometimes called heat energy), that can […] More

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    A Breakdown | What Is An Ideal Gas?

    What Is An Ideal Gas? An ideal gas (or perfect gas) conforms to the idealised relationship between temperature, volume and pressure called the ideal gas law. The ideal gas law contains both Boyles’ law and Charles’ law as special cases and states that for a specified quantity of gas of volume, V and pressure, P […] More

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    A Breakdown | What Is A Real Gas?

    What is a Real Gas? Real gases are non-ideal gases, where two assumptions from the ‘kinetic model’ are not accurate: Gas molecules/atoms occupy space, Gas molecules/atoms interact with each other. At high pressures, repulsive forces assist expansion and at intermediate pressures, attractive forces assist compression. Limit  P = 0, is when the assumptions work (equation […] More

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