Essay on New Fantasyland in Walt Disney World Florida

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New Fantasyland is a new expansion in Walt Disney World, Florida. Announced in September 2009, construction for this large project, which will end up doubling the size of the previous Fantasyland, was completed in stages starting in early 2012 and ending this year with the opening of the Seven Dwarves Mine Train. This project incorporated many different disciplines of engineering, including mechanical, structural, and software engineering.
Mechanical engineering is the discipline of engineering which involves design and building devices and machines using the principles of energy, materials and mechanics. It is one of the largest disciplines, one of the oldest, having been around before it was formally recognised in the 1840s, and one of
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New Fantasyland is a new expansion in Walt Disney World, Florida. Announced in September 2009, construction for this large project, which will end up doubling the size of the previous Fantasyland, was completed in stages starting in early 2012 and ending this year with the opening of the Seven Dwarves Mine Train. This project incorporated many different disciplines of engineering, including mechanical, structural, and software engineering.
Mechanical engineering is the discipline of engineering which involves design and building devices and machines using the principles of energy, materials and mechanics. It is one of the largest disciplines, one of the oldest, having been around before it was formally recognised in the 1840s, and one of the broadest. There are many sub-disciplines of mechanical engineering, such as mechatronical engineering (a mix of mechanical, electrical and software engineering) and acoustical engineering (sound and vibration)
Software engineering is the discipline of engineering which involves designing, developing, testing and evaluating software/systems to ensure computers can work proper. This is done by applying the principles of computer sciences, engineering and mathematical analysis.
The main objective of this expansion would have most likely been to gain more visitors to the park by giving it fresh, new rides and attractions. Major constraints when building this project would have included planning to build the project so that nearby
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