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Content posted in March 2001
New elastomer goes for a drive
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New Santoprene TPV takes aim at auto application
Simulation moves closer to reality
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ANSYS 5.7 uses advanced parallel solvers for fast calculation
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Java hits the road
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Consumers and cars connect on the road
Radical bra design busts sales records
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Laser scanning builds a better bra
SolidWorks cuts the CAD tax
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SolidWorks offers tons of web tools
Engineers turn down conveyor noise
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Rapistan engineers improved upon noise output
Sensor Webs for smart data collection
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NASA develops a network of monitoring instruments
Solid Oil 'out-lubricates'grease
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Solid Oil is polymer matrix saturated with lubricating oil
Sheet metal forming system eliminates dies
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Metal parts can now be made from CAD models
InGaN gains
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New record in efficiency for LEDs
The iceman cometh
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Getting rid of ice -- zap it!
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Breakthroughs on the horizon
Healthy chips
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SportBrain monitors jocks
For love and money
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A new exercise concept developed thanks to CAD
Sensor casts a new light on pressure readings
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Fiber-optic pressure sensor targets invasive pressure-sensing applications
Spreadsheets on steroids
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Navy tracks data for tactical exercises
Rockin, all over the world
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Satellite to change way we listen to radio
Cyberpage
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Eye-catching car
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