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Content posted in October 1995
Linear motor outperforms steam-piston catapults
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10/23/1995  Post a comment
Replacement for naval-aircraft launch system offers host of tactical and operational benefits
Compact system detects lightning
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Optical and electric-field-change measuremetns indicate storm intensity and range to storm
'Smart' bending machine checks its own work
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Motion controller enables system to compensate for variations in steel quality
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Hybrid bearing boosts IndyCar clutch life
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10/9/1995  Post a comment
Throw-out bearing has reduced mass and low-viscosity grease
Gear-driven pump lowers transmission temperature
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Lubricant sprayed onto meshing gears extracts heat to extend transmission life
Socket improves rear light sealing integrity
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Socket combines O-ring and insert molded circuitry to provide improved sealing against moisture
Living hinges simplify HVAC valve design
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Combining soft and hard plastics lets duct door open and close without extra linkage
Phased chain system squelches transmission noise
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Unconventional thinking enables engineering team to suppress chain noise cost-effectively.
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