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The theory of engineering solutions:

1. Mathematics

Mathematics is a science that deals with the logic of form and quantity.

2. Physics

Physics is a science that deals with the structure of matter and the interaction between the fundamental components.

3. Mechanics

Mechanics is a field of science related to the behavior of physical bodies.

4. Architecture

Architecture is the product of planning, designing and building buildings.

5. Constructions

Constructions are a product of planning, design and construction of structures.

6. Electricity

Electricity is a combination of physical phenomena associated with the movement of electric charge.

7. Water supply

Water supply is a combination of physical phenomena associated with the movement of water.

8. Sewerage

Sewage is a combination of physical phenomena associated with the movement of water.

9. Heating

Heating is a set of physical phenomena associated with the movement of heat.

10. Ventilation

The ventilation is a set of physical phenomena associated with the movement of air.