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Content posted in October 2005
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Rough and Tough
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New designs that perform in the worst environments
The Quest for Imperfection
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Smaller Yet Bigger
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The case size may be smaller but it packs in higher capacitance values and capabilities
Combining FEA and CFD
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Linking finite element analysis and computational fluid dynamic shows interactions between fluids and structures
Powering Portable Devices
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These new batteries feature greater operating life
New and Notable Product Design
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Mention networks and most people immediately think of computers or cell phones. Here are five products with networks that may not be as familiar as the Internet or Bluetooth.
Digital Signal Processing and Control Proliferate
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New and expanding applications drive new functionality
Electronics: Today and Beyond
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New applications drive the advancement of the technology inside
Connectors Shrink in Size
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New devices squeeze into tighter spaces
Fluid Power
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Getting More in Less Space
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Increased product functionality drives higher density connectors
New Analog ICs are Digitals' Best Friend
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They're expanding the digital revolution
Cars That Cook
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A few years ago they were saying kitchens were the next garages. Our unscientific poll says maybe they were right.
NASA Program Finds Fix for Motor Problem
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Space agency brings hi-tech to the everyday
Adhesive Lights Up First
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Exposure to light activates this new epoxy-based adhesive
Help for Environmental Friendly Fastening
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The European Unionís RoHS regulations target all kinds of components used in electronic products.
Elastomers Stretch Modeling Abilities
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Three straightforward strategies can dramatically improve the accuracy of thermoplastic elastomer simulations
Two Fans Better than One
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Car blower combines approaches for steady hp gain
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