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Snorkel makes surgery calmer for kids
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Anesthesia mask mixes music, video games, and choice of colors
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How to catch torque
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Quick response magnetic particle brake automatically controls torque
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Computers
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Problem-solving piezoelectrics
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Even now, piezoelectric phenomena remain something of a lab curiousity
Electronics
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Power Transmission
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Big-part metal molding takes off—and pays off
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With a jet engine flowbody from Honeywell, metal injection molding moves beyond its small-part roots
Materials
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Loaders put embedded system in the driver's seat
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Electronic controls transform the steering capabilities of Bobcat loaders
High pressure, low weight
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Airbus A380 engineers drop a ton of weight from the worlds largest aircraft by using a 5,000 psi hydraulic system
No charge? No problem
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FreePlays diminutive dynamo charges mobile phones with just a few turns of a crank
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Flexible flyer
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Engineers use efficient propulsion and manufacturing to create an affordable fighter for all services
To optimize, analyze
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More integrated tools for analysis, more manufacturing analysis, and specialized databases for simulation help the aerospace industry boost overall efficiency




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