jueves, 30 de julio de 2009

How to...

i select this video because is related with my project subject and also as engineer is very interesting to learn about how to make a solar cell..so i hape that you enjoy this video..

sábado, 25 de julio de 2009

Job interview

This is a interview between Carolina Zambrano and me in a cafe..she was the employer and i was the employee..She made a series of questions and I was a little nervous..but we enjoyed doing the interview..So here it´s ..

domingo, 19 de julio de 2009

Our Project: Solar Energy (Renewable Energy)

The Renewable energy is energy generated from natural resources—such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, and geothermal heat—which are renewable (naturally replenished).
Now if we talk a little about the solar energy we can say that refers to energy that is collected from sunlight and also that Solar energy can be applied in many ways, including to:
* Generate electricity using photovoltaic solar cells.
* Generate electricity using concentrated solar power.
* Generate electricity by heating trapped air which rotates turbines in a Solar updraft tower.
* Generate electricity in geosynchronous orbit using solar power satellites.
* Generate hydrogen using photoelectrochemical cells.
among others...
I pick this video because in it we can see the progress we the renewable energy and all the elements...

About my project i liked very much.. i learn that they are many renewable energy like the solar energies..in my country we can use the solar energy because we got a lot of sun light..so we have to take conscience..the world needs us..

Solar Energy

domingo, 28 de junio de 2009


Av.Fuerzas Armadas
Venezuela, State Zulia
(0424) – XXXXXX7


Seeking for the entry level engineering position in a growing company.

2006 – To date: Universidad Rafael Belloso Chacin (URBE). Faculty of Industrial Engineering. School of
Opting for the title of: Engineer, currently studying: 7th trimistre.

-High school: 1995-2006 - Instituto Educativo Santa Juliana Falconieri. Bachelor of Science Degree.

Organized Person
Dynamics, Tenacious, enthusiastic
Easy to comunícate and working in teams
High level of responsibility and commitment
High desire for career
training to maintain excellent relationships
Commitment, flexibility and ability to work
Criteria for decisions


-Demonstrated strong organizational skills and project management ability.

-Strong skills in written and verbal communication.

-Demonstrated ability to set and achieve goals with minimum supervision.

-Demonstrated solid teamwork, interpersonal and planning skills

MS Office, Powerpoint, Excel, Access and Publisher; Internet

v Maria Vaccariello. – Engineer. Phone number: (0424) – 6XXXX2
v César Soto. – Administrator. Phone number: (0414) – 6XXXX9

In my spare time include play tennis, read books, go to the movies and i do stuff regarding my career.

The Job of My Dreams!

Well the job of my dreams would be in Europe because they have good job offers..in a great company..I would be working on industrial projects..and this job that im gonna show you is close or not im sorry this is my Dream Job...

Company name: Welch Allyn
Job Category: Sales; Engineering
Location: Est, France
Position Type: Full-Time, Employee
Salary: $80,000 to $90,000 per year


A Job for an Entry Level Engineer

This job is perfect for an entry level engineer, because is in a good country and they also pay very well..I like it because i think that im qualified for this job :D..

Michelin North America, Inc.

Job Category: Engineering; Manufacturing/Operations
Location: Sandy Springs, SC
Position Type: Full-Time, Employee
Experience: Unspecified
Salary: $40,000 to $50,000 per year


Kevelin Sánchez
Venezuela, Estado Zulia-Maracaibo
Av. fuerzas Armadas

Messrs. Michelin North America, Inc.
Hiring Manager
Sandy Springs, SC

I've been looking for work as an industrial engineer for about months. When I saw your listing for one on hotjobs.yahoo.com I sat down to write this cover letter and attach my current resume.

I am well qualified in Manage the pursuit of continuous improvement in productivity and other cost reductions in areas that range from specific work posts to corporate systems. I would really appreciate meeting you in person to talk more about this work and what you have in mind for the industrial engineers who work for Michelin North America, Inc.

Please call me on my cell phone: 0424-xxx-xx-x7 to arrange an interview. I look forward to hearing from you if you'd like to consider me for this job. Thank you for your time.

domingo, 14 de junio de 2009

David Merrill: Siftables, the toy blocks that think...!

David Merrill is a grad student in the Fluid Interfaces Group at MIT's Media Lab. His main interest now is the Siftables project, the subject of his TEDTalk, on which he works with Jeevan Kalanithi.

He´s passion is for making new human-computer inter faces, that are a better match to the way our brains and bodies work..well now he has time to show us one point in this new desing space and a few of possibilities that they´re working to bring out of the laboratory..So the though he want to leave us with is that we´re on cusp of this new generation of tools for interacting with digital media, that are going to bring information into our world on our terms...


Well a Leader is a person who influences a group of people towards the achievement of a goal..is someone who has folowers..is a influence.

If your actions inspire others to dream more, lear more, do more and become more, you are a leader.

Leader Role:

- Creat a vision

- Build teams

- Allocate tasks

- Develop people

- Motivate followers.

Motivation 4C:

* Collaboration

* Content

* Choice

* Credit.

Leaders creat Leaders not Followers..

Leadership is the art of motivating a group of people to act towards achieving a common goal, is about character and vision...

Leadership is action not position..

Involue everyone, look for talents and abilities, communicate...

An any of thousand is easy to find, but ah, How difficult to find a General.."Chinese Proverb"..

If a man hasn´t discovered something that he will die for, he isn´t fit to live.."Martin Luther Kind"

domingo, 17 de mayo de 2009

Interview a Friend

I am pleased to submit them to Andrea Marín..Now she is going to tell us what she think about engineering...

Name: Marín, Andrea
Date: May 16th, 2009


1.-Could you please define Engineering in your own words?

Engineering is the application of scientific and mathematical principles to practical resolve a problem as the design, manufacture, economical structures, machines and processes that safely realize a desired objective.

2.-What influenced you to pursue Electronics engineering, industrial engineering, computer science engineering or informatics engineering?

Actually, since I studied in high school I always liked science related with knowledge and research. That’s why I like to study matters related to the study of industrial processes which lead to a specific target and the resolution of certain scientific problems in areas related to the career (Industrial Engineering).

3.-Could you please describe the educational process required to become an Engineer?

In my opinion, by selecting a variety of science, mathematics, and engineering-related course work and participating in any kind of programs and projects that expose students to engineering concepts.

4.-What are the skills you need to be a good engineer?

Well I think one of the most important things that the student must have is the passion and interesting about science and technologic. Also, a good numerical skills, comprehension and analysis by resolving a problem posed hypotheses.

5.-What job considerations were you looking for after you completed your education?

Find a job where I can demonstrate my skills, experiences and lessons learned so far in college. Some of them will be: Operation manager; safety, health and environment manager, and others related with industrial engineering.

6.-What's something of your school life that you enjoy the most?

Until now, everything I’ve learned in these 5 trimesters in college not only academically but also personally and in my days of high school the friends that I made because I know they last forever.

7.-From your perspective, what is the most difficult part of being an engineering student?

Well i think that the most difficult part of being an engineerin student is when you start to see the important subjects of the career, because if you don´t get anything from that subjects you can´t be a good engineer.

8.-What are your plans for the future?

After I graduated I’m going to travel to Canada or Argentina to get a master’s degree in operation manager or plant manager.

9.-Point out your most personally gratifying moment in engineering school.

Until now, the friends that a made. Also, everything I have learned from subjects who had never heard like: thermodynamics, systems development, operations research, etc.

10.-Why would you recommend Engineering as a career?

Because nowadays everything is included in the technological sciences and the demand of global companies that there need engineers with any specialization, taking into an account the skills and experience of the person.

Thanks Andrea that was nice..thanks for your help ;)..

sábado, 16 de mayo de 2009

Minimizing Energy Losses in Ducts

In new home construction or in retrofits, proper duct system design is critical. In recent years, energy-saving designs have sought to include ducts and heating systems in the conditioned space.

Many existing duct systems lose a lot of energy from leakage and poor insulation; see the insulation section for information about sealing and insulating your ducts.
Existing ducts may also be blocked or may require simple upgrades.

Efficient and well-designed duct systems distribute air properly throughout your home without leaking to keep all rooms at a comfortable temperature. The system should provide balanced supply and return flow to maintain a neutral pressure within the house.

You can find more of this articule on this link:


The most of the countries are looking for the solution to minimize the losses of energy, now they start the investigation with ducts and the find that is a hard work to do it but is not impossible...

New Words...


Pronunciation: \ˈre-trō-ˌfit, ˌre-trō-ˈfit\
Function: transitive verb
- Retrofitting refers to the addition of new technology or features to older systems. An example of this is car customizing, where older vehicles are fitted with new technologies: power windows, cruise control, remote keyless systems, electric fuel pumps, etc.

*to install (new or modified parts or equipment) in something previously manufactured or constructed
Example: Modified parts of cars


-The act or an instance of leaking.
-Something that escapes by leaking.
-An amount lost as the result of leaking



-The act of insulating or the state of being insulated.
-A material or substance used in insulating: soundproof cork insulation; a layer of trapped air that serves as insulation.

Example: A Foam is an insulation



-The main woody axis of a tree.
-Architecture. The shaft of a column.

Example: Tree


1. The country are looking retrofits for Minimizing Energy losses

verb: looking
noun: retrofits
Synonyms of Retrofits: install, instal, put in, set up
Antonym of Retrofits: ratify, stay
definition: to install

2. Minimize leaks in pipes

noun: Leaks
Synonyms: escape, leak, outflow
definition: Lost of result of leaking

3. The people are looking the better insulation

verb: Looking
Noun: insulation
Synonyms of Insulation: detachment, insularism, insularity, insulant, insulating material
Antonyms of insulation: communicate, connect, connect

viernes, 15 de mayo de 2009

My Mom..

Well I introduce you my mom..she is the girl with a pink tshir, she is with her sister and my little sister..you can see that she is very nice person..she is always smiling and that is only one quality of her..she always gives us good advice..i love her and i think that she is the best..thanks for everything mom xD

domingo, 10 de mayo de 2009

Technological Applications for the Green Problem

The term technology refers to the application of knowledge for practical purposes.The field of green technology encompasses a continuously evolving group of methods and materials, from techniques for generating energy to non-toxic cleaning products.The present expectation is that this field will bring innovation and changes in daily life of similar magnitude to the �information technology explosion over the last two decades. In these early stages, it is impossible to predict what green technology may eventually encompass.

Back in 2000, all the world's sights were on the incredible rise of the Internet and how it was going to radically transform the way we lived, worked, traded and interacted with each other. The Internet announced the beginning of a new era, one where problems would be solved with further amounts of technology. Concepts such as "green" and "sustainability" were not unheard of, but were still relegated to the realm of inconvenient problems that could be dealt with later.

We know today that the Internet clearly brought about important changes to our lives, but we also realized that technology was not the answer to all of our problems. At the same time, the complex issue of how to mitigate the long-term impact of our society to the planet remains unsolved.Interest in sustainable development increased across the globe as topics such as energy conservation and global warming took center stage. People are increasingly concerned with today's environment, and how our actions affect the future.

In 2000, the US Green Building Council (USGBC) launched its rating system for new construction. The USGBC's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system since then became the standard for green building in the US and close to 70 countries. The LEED rating system for new construction considers seven different categories as described in Exhibit 1. According to points assigned to each category, new buildings are then given a rating ranging from "Certified", "Silver", "Gold" and "Platinum" (the latter being the more restrictive rating). Not surprisingly, there are fewer buildings with the LEED-Platinum rating. Although the framework for evaluating the "greenness" of a building has been around for almost a decade now, it took some time for green initiatives in new construction to become the norm and not the exception. According to the USGBC, 10% of all new commercial construction in the US is expected to be green by 2010.

Although this may not appear to be much, it nonetheless translates into an estimated cost of US$60 billion - which by no means is irrelevant. One year ago, in an article in Inmobiliare Magazine we noted that 65% of energy consumption in the US comes from the operations of buildings. It is then easy to see why soaring energy prices have been raising the interest of all those involved with real estate development on subjects such as energy conservation.But at the same time that the seriousness of the problem is recognized by many, the concept of sustainability still meets quite a lot of skepticism (and in many cases suspicion) from others. It is generally assumed that it costs more to build green -and that is a true assessment. However, the cost differential is diminishing over the years. According to data compiled for a recent research report published by Prudential Real Estate Investors , the incremental cost of building green varies from less than 1% for LEED-Certified projects, to just over 10% for LEED Platinum projects. However, developers are claiming to have achieved much less incremental costs in recent projects. The same report notes that the $1 billion new Bank of America building in Manhattan, a LEED-Platinum project, had less than a 2% increase in costs when compared to conventionally built properties of a similar size.

lunes, 4 de mayo de 2009



My name is Kevelin Sanchez, i´m 20 years old, i´m studying 7th trimester of Industrial Engineering at Urbe. I live in Venezuela-Maracaibo.

I like listen to music, go out with friends, read, go to the movies, watch series, study, eat chocolote and italian food, go to the beach...

I hate vallenato and liars...

I love English..i think that is easy, my problem comes when i have to write because sometime i forget the words but the rest is not big deal :P..

My dream is to work in London xD...