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Cambridge University Press 978-0-521-71518-8

Cambridge English for

Engineering

Mark Ibbotson

© Cambridge University Press

Cambridge University Press 978-0-521-71518-8

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Introduction The aim of Cambridge English for Engineering is to improve your professional communication skills,

an engineering technician or a technical manager

The course covers high-priority language that is useful in any branch of engineering (mechanical,

focusing on skills such as working with drawings,

describing technical problems and discussing dimensions and precision

Each of the ten units contains: L

realistic listening activities so you can learn the language used in technical discussions

situation-based speaking activities so you can practise the language you’ve learned

relevant vocabulary presented and practised in professional contexts

engaging topics and articles to make your learning interesting and motivating

On the audio you will hear people in the kinds of situation often encountered at work,

project briefings and problem-solving discussions

Audioscripts for the listening exercises and a complete answer key,

including suggested answers for the discussion activities,

You can also find engineering case studies and extra activities online at www

How to use Cambridge English for Engineering for self-study If you are working on your own,

you can do the units in any order you like

Choose the topic that you want to look at and work through the unit,

doing the exercises and checking your answers in the answer key

Note any mistakes you make,

and go back and listen or read again to help you understand what the problem was

For the listening exercises,

it’s better to listen more than once and to look at the audioscript after the exercise so that you can read the language you’ve just heard

For the speaking activities,

think about what you would say in the situation

You could also try talking about the discussion points with your colleagues

I hope you enjoy using the course

If you have any comments on Cambridge English for Engineering you can email me at [email protected]

Mark Ibbotson Mark Ibbotson has a BSc (Hons) degree in Construction management,

and a BTEC National Diploma in Civil Engineering

He spent the initial years of his career in site engineering and technical management positions on construction projects in the UK

Since relocating to France and entering the field of in-company language training,

he has designed and taught technical English courses in a wide range of companies,

as well as technicians and technical managers

Mark is co-author of the Business Start-Up series (Cambridge University Press)

© Cambridge University Press

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UNIT 1 Technology in use page 6

UNIT 2 Materials technology page 14

UNIT 3 Components and assemblies page 22

UNIT 4 Engineering design page 30

UNIT 5 Breaking point page 38

Language

Describing technical functions and applications Explaining how technology works Emphasising technical advantages Simplifying and illustrating technical explanations

Words stemming from use allow,

prevent Verbs to describe movement Verbs and adjectives to describe advantages Adverbs for adding emphasis Phrases for simplifying and rephrasing

Listening GPS applications Space elevators Advantages of a new pump A guided tour Reading Space elevators Otis lift technology Pile foundations

Describing specific materials Categorising materials Specifying and describing properties Discussing quality issues

Common materials Categories of materials consist of,

made out of Properties of materials Phrases for describing requirements Compounds of resistant 8dciZcih Adverbs of degree

Listening An environmental audit Specialised tools High-performance watches Reading Materials recycling Regenerative brakes Kevlar

Describing component shapes and features Explaining and assessing manufacturing techniques Explaining jointing and fixing techniques Describing positions of assembled components

Shapes and 3D features Words to describe machining Phrases for describing suitability Verbs and nouns to describe joints and fixings Prepositions of position

Listening A project briefing Electrical plugs and sockets Metal fabrication UHP waterjet cutting Options for fixing Cluster ballooning Reading Cutting operations Flow waterjet technology Joints and fixings The flying garden chair

Working with drawings Discussing dimensions and precision Describing design phases and procedures Resolving design problems

Views on technical drawings Phrases related to scale Phrases related to tolerance length,

Drawing types and versions Verbs for describing stages of a design process Verbs and nouns for describing design problems

Listening A drawing query Scale A floor design Design procedures Revising a detail Reading Superflat floors Queries and instructions

Describing types of technical problem Assessing and interpreting faults Describing the causes of faults Discussing repairs and maintenance

Verbs and adjectives for describing technical problems Words for describing faults and their severity Phrases for describing certainty/ uncertainty Adjectives with prefixes for describing technical problems Verbs for describing repairs and maintenance

Listening A racing car test session Test session problems Technical help-line Tyre pressure problems A maintenance check Reading Air Transat Flight 236

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UNIT 6 Technical development page 46

UNIT 7 Procedures and precautions page 54

UNIT 8 Monitoring and control page 62

UNIT 9 Theory and practice page 70

UNIT 10 Pushing the boundaries page 78

Language

Discussing technical requirements Suggesting ideas and solutions Assessing feasibility Describing improvements and redesigns

Phrases for referring to issues Phrases for referring to quantity and extent Phrases for suggesting solutions and alternatives Idioms to describe feasibility Verbs with re… to describe modifications Idioms to describe redesigning

Listening Simulator requirements and effects Lifting options Hole requirements and forming A project briefing Reading Mammoth problem

Describing health and safety precautions Emphasising the importance of precautions Discussing regulations and standards Working with written instructions and notices

Types of industrial hazards Types of protective equipment Phrases for emphasising importance Terms to describe regulations Common language on safety notices Language style in written instructions

Listening A safety meeting Hazard analysis Live line precautions Safety training Oral instructions Reading Live line maintenance Helicopter safety on oil platforms

Describing automated systems Referring to measurable parameters Discussing readings and trends Giving approximate figures

Words to describe automated systems Words to describe measurable parameters Words to describe fluctuations Words and phrases for approximating numbers

Listening Intelligent buildings and automation Monitoring and control systems Electricity demand and supply problems Pumped storage hydroelectric power Internal reviews Reading Industrial process monitoring Dynamic demand controls

Explaining tests and experiments Exchanging views on predictions and theories Comparing results with expectations Discussing causes and effects

Words to describe test types Words and phrases for stating assumptions Words and phrases for agreeing and disagreeing Phrases for comparing expectations and results Words for linking causes and effects

Listening Vehicle design and testing Water rockets Air drop problems Moon landings Reading A rocket competition Chicken cannon

Discussing performance and suitability Describing physical forces Discussing relative performance Describing capabilities and limitations

Adjectives for describing suitability and performance Words to describe types of forces factor,

consideration Words and phrases to describe degrees of difference Words to describe capabilities and limits

Listening Wind turbine towers Tall structures TGV world speed record The story of John Paul Stapp Reading Wind turbines fact file Solar towers Transport alternatives The Sonic Wind tests The rocket sled proposal

Audioscript Answer key

Glossary

Acknowledgements

Contents

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