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Content posted in February 1995
AutoCAD, Release 13
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X-31: Prelude to tailless flight?
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Experimental plane has proven to be a spectacular performer, gaining significant advantages over conventional fighters. In the long run, commercial aircraft may be the biggest beneficiary of this joint U.S./German program
This Leopard claims a new spot
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Software enables design of the first four-seat commercial jet
Elastomers: More design bounce to the ounce
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When it comes to versatility, price, and environmental friendliness, it is hard to beat elastomers
Reinforcements come to engineering
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Women and minorities gain ground in the engineering ranks, but growth evolves slowly
Adhesives grasp new tasks
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Epoxies, films, and urethanes do more than just bond: They reduce costs, boost strength, and complement quality manufacturing
DESIGNER 4.1
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Analysis moves closer to design
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Rasna Corporation empowers design engineers with software for mechanical-design synthesis




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