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Content posted in January 2012
What Is Pulse Width Modulation?
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1/26/2012  9 comments
All engineers need to know what pulse width modulation is, and why it is so widely used.
Understanding Galvanic Corrosion
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1/20/2012  15 comments
Following these simple rules can help keep your designs safe from galvanic corrosion.
Petroski on Engineering: The Normalization of Deviance
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1/5/2012  33 comments
Normalized deviance has plagued the oil drilling industry, where at least some companies have allegedly let the financial bottom line dominate decision-making.
Responsibility & Integrity a Must in Manufacturing
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1/3/2012  16 comments
The decision to not make the fix made (short-term) financial sense, but in the long run, will it still be the right financial decision?
Theory & Practice
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