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Content posted in April 2008
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Single-, Multi-Phase Buck Regulation
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Unified analysis and design of voltage mode compensation
Confronting Signal Conditioning Issues
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Unique application environment requires special attention to avoid problems
Dassault Powers up Alliance for Nuclear Plant Design
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Partnership with Areva NP aimed at creating 3-D models to facilitate nuclear plant retrofits
Engine Photo 3
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Engine Photo 2
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Engine Photo 1
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Boeing's Dreamliner Puts the Heat on U.S. Fastener Suppliers
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Boeing’s wildly successful composite platform highlights dramatic trend toward design and productivity in the once moribund fastener industry
Modular Machines
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Automation motion technologies shape new machinery designs
Designing for Mechatronics
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Engineers are grappling with how to more effectively design products that have mechanical, electronics and software components. But this not your father’s systems engineering approach
Non-Linear Control Advances Servo Performance
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Adaptive servo control eliminates settling time
New Power Management Devices Boost Efficiency
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ICs target handhelds, servers and data centers
GM's Power Train Strategy
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More hybrids and diesels are in the plans
Roasting Plant’s Javabot Combines Engineering and Coffee
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Machine-building skills and controls knowhow have produced an automated coffee roasting and brewing system known as the Javabot
State-of-the-Art Applications
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Ethernet, robotics and motor-drive controllers create powerful application solutions
Power Factor Correction Gets the Green Light
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Designing line-operated telecommunications and other high-power equipment to meet regulations and marketing requirements does not have to be difficult
Innovative ToolsAnd Techniques to Implement Flexible Automation
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Modular subsystems, machine vision plus configurable control software are key
2008 FIRST Championship: Robotics in Overdrive
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FIRST Robotics Championship set for April 17 in Atlanta
Range Change in Store for Chevy Volt
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Big gas tank isn’t necessary, automaker says
Boeing Flies Fuel Cell-Powered Plane
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Boeing officials today announced the first successful flight of a manned plane powered by hydrogen fuel cells
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