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Content posted in July 2000
Pumps improve nuclear plant safety
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Pneumatically and hydraulically controlled robots used for inspection and repair of the cooling tubes in nuclear reactor heat exchangers make work safer for maintenance technicians at ABB.
Wheel clutch converts lawn and garden equipment
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Simple and easy to use has long been the target for engineers in the consumer products industry.
CFD upshifts transmission valve design
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CFDesign helps reduce design cycle time by making it possible to predict what will change before simulating the valve behavior.
It's elemental
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Highlights from SAMPE '00
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Latest developments in composites and advanced materials
A Mars year in pictures
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NASA has made more than 25,000 images of Mars available online at http://mars. jpl.nasa.gov/mgs/index.html.
Building blocks make one hot server
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Compaq says its new Alphaserver GS series of enterprise level servers will compete against high-end machines from Sun, HP, and IBM.
Technicolor dream models
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Z Corp. is about to release a machine that could bring rapid prototyping from monochrome into the wonderful world of color.
What has 30 legs and metal all over?
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A dozen undergraduate engineering students at Montreal
Memory card has more possibilities
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Matsushita has announced the creation of a universal flash memory card designed for the industrial data and consumer electronics markets.
Chip simulates retina
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Now, with the release of Mitsubishi Electric
Robot combines assembly arm, AGV
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Denso Corp. claims to have combined the flexibility and adaptability of hand labor with the productivity and reliability of automated assembly with what the company says is the world
Flame out
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Mr. Roboto
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