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Content posted in May 2003
MEMS Sensors Rev Their Engines
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Sensors based on the technology of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) are speeding their way into race cars and automobiles, and driving hard into consumer applications
Ask The Search Engineer
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The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
NiMH Battery Monitor Touts Accuracy
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Algorithms are key to wringing out longer useful life
Resolution and Accuracy: Cousins, not Twins
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Although they go hand in hand, accuracy and resolution are not the same
Electronics
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Tune Up At Jaguar
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New Engineering Team, And Better Use Of Software: Now That is Some Pit Stop
Fluid Power
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Lifesavers
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The Components Behind Todayís Medical Breakthroughs
Lifesavers
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The Components Behind Todayís Medical Breakthroughs
Software/Hardware
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In Pursuit of a Better SUV
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Students apply their design skills to curb the appetite of a gas-guzzler
Materials
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Easy Does It
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High thrust-force servo actuators with a gentle touch are showing up in automotive robot spot-welding applications
Elastomeric Survivors
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Dragging old parts from junk yards and recycling plants into their lab, engineers test if elastomers hold up in the real world.
Sensors
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Not just for sensing any more, many sensors now come equipped with intelligence for greater functionality and ease of integration.




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