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Content posted in August 2012
Folding Car Is the Ultimate City Vehicle
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8/29/2012  26 comments
The 100-percent electric Hiriko Fold is 2.5m long and has a range of 120km.
What You Need to Know About Design Engineers
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8/24/2012  10 comments
Design engineers must have a good grasp of architecture, understand the functions of various construction equipment or machinery, and be proficient in reading blueprints and drawings.
Danger: When Hydrogen Embrittlement Strikes
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8/6/2012  6 comments
Typically, failure occurs without warning, under stresses well below the yield strength of the material, and within a relatively short time.
Petroski on Engineering: Checking In & Checking Out Design
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8/2/2012  11 comments
It is relatively easy to find fault with something that we ourselves have not designed, arranged, or prepared.
Design Decisions: Choosing the Right Resistor for Energy Metering
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8/2/2012  2 comments
Performance and reliability are critical when selecting fixed resistors for energy metering applications. Several important specifications will aid in choosing the optimal solution.
Mechatronify Common Mechanisms
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8/1/2012  Post a comment
Renaissance mechanisms become mechatronic through knowledge, process, and determination.




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