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Content posted in June 2004
Plastics take to the water
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6/28/2004  Post a comment
One of the world's largest injection-molded nylon parts helps protect Mercury Marine's new supercharged outboard engine
Failure Not All Bad
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Engineers and their managers need to overcome the fear of failure—simulation helps
Landscape Display Saves Power
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Reduced processing and more contrast allow full-motion video and extend battery life
Exclusive Hands-on Review Display Kits
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6/28/2004  Post a comment
We tested how well some popular display kits work in a real application. Here's a summary of what we liked and didn't like.
Ask The Search Engineer
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6/28/2004  Post a comment
The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Self-Cleaning Sensors
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Defibrillator saves lives
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A compact, easy-to-use system provides a complex waveform under adverse conditions
Servo Gets Under the Hood
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6/24/2004  Post a comment
Until recently, continuously varying the air path geometry in an automobile's intake manifold to tune pressure waves in the flow could not be easily done.
Workshops spark ideas, interaction.
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6/21/2004  Post a comment
Learning CAD software can be faster, simpler and more enjoyable if it's seasoned with hands-on exercises and the personal interactions of a classroom environment.
Engineers Cite Pro/ ENGINEER Features They Like Best
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6/21/2004  Post a comment
What makes a software product powerful? It all depends on who you ask.
Plastics Make Waves in Marine Applications
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World's larges injection-molded nylon part protects new outboard engine
USB Becoming Ubiquitous
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6/15/2004  Post a comment
Chips, Software Aim at Portables, Linux
Building a Great White Shark
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Inventor and ex-stuntman Eddie Paul describes how his team tackled its biggest project yet: design and build A personal, air-powered submarine in just a few weeks.
Electronics
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Decentralized Control
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6/7/2004  Post a comment
Networks can enable less centralization; when you do decentralize, it should match application needs: speed, wiring, and manufacturing process design or lifecycle.
Software Marriage Works
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MSC has brought the ADAMS simulation package into its software family. Does the marriage work? Can engineers easily work with the integrated packages? This reviewer says yes.
Wafer Madness
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New innovations in semiconductor and board fab equipment
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.
Microcontrollers Move into 'Microspaces'
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PIC architecture packed into SOT-23 package
Search by Shape
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Reasearch for the real world
Software/Hardware
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Fluid Power
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The End of the Black Box
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Product lifecycle management opens up the design process and gives engineers a broader view of the product
Adhesives/Sealant Report Describes Market, Applications
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6/3/2004  Post a comment
Data covers end-use markets, supplier rankings, and breakout of adhesive types
Latch Lines Expand
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E-products are proliferating
Efficiency has a new name: grid computing
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6/1/2004  Post a comment
Transparent collaboration and automated workflows mark productive design




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