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Engineers mine the online world
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Manufacturers, vendors find common ground online
Brakes & clutches adapt to users' needs
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Whatever the application, clutches and brakes deliver reliable performance in a range of difficult situations
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A new dawn for guided vehicles
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Gentlemen, start your computers
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Data-acquisition hardware and software help fine-tune dragsters, trucks, and Indy cars--and improve driver performance
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Windows: A new scheme for linking CAD and FEA
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A movement is afoot for adapting the existing capabilities of Microsoft Windows to link design and analysis systems together




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