It’s 1:55AM. Less than an Earth day’s left until this project is due. A few days ago I decided to completely ditch my previous proposal for something that I hadn’t even looked into yet. I love jet engines. I jumped into this major because I grew fascinated with aircraft. But I don’t know shit about them, as far as constructing a technically sound project regarding their propulsion goes.
I can compare my GE-90 knowledge to my piano skills, I can play the gorgeous instrument well enough to convince those that don’t know any better that I know what I am doing. Hell, just tonight I got looks of bewilderment from a coworker (in the industry for 40 years, albeit as a merchandiser) and customer when I was referring to the pressure needed to obtain a widely accepted volumetric flow rate for a draft beer faucet. r/fluidsproject is leaking.
I know it sounds intimidating to some people, but I am only a student whose outside interests blend with my major. I’m not trying to sound intelligent, I merely find fascination daily with all of the practical applications for my engineering education. Regardless, I was not fully prepared for the topic I had originally proposed, and so I decided to take a different route.
I hope you guys like hockey!
Thanks for reading,