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Torque limiters
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Bio-additive
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Long bore cylinders
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Composite Decisions
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How do Airbus engineers decide which materials to use? They let the best materials compete against one another.
SATELLITE NETWORK
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Connected Cars
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Wireless links may augment infotainment systems and improve safety
In the Loop
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Makers add speed and performance to a new generation of motor controllers
Hybrids Keep Getting Better
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Advances in hybrid components make the difference
Air Quality Sensing
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Adding New Functionality
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Number of sensors in vehicles could increase significantly by 2012
Rolling bearings
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Motor reverser
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Sunlight Sensor
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