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Content posted in April 2010
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Analog Devices' ADIsimDiffAmp
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2010 Golden Mousetrap Finalist - Rapid Prototyping Materials, Tools & Services
Express Logic's StackX
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2010 Golden Mousetrap Finalist - Analyis & Calculation Software
The Fujitsu USB 3.0-SATA Bridge IC (MB86C3OA)
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2010 Golden Mousetrap Finalist - Components, Hardware & Interconnects
Friction Fundamentals and Accelerating Cars
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In elections it's always the economy; in engineering it's the fundamentals
Two-Shot Molding Process Cuts Assembly Time
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PEI resin is overmolded with liquid silicone
Servo Valve Development Platform
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Pre-defined valve elements are easily combined to create customized solutions
When Do I Calibrate?
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SolidWorks Sustainability Fosters Green Design
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Engineers can gauge in real time the environmental impact of design choices from directly within their CAD system
Digital iMEMS® Accelerometer
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Smart motion sensor offers three-axis measurement of tilt, shock and acceleration
Mentor Graphics' FloEFD Ushers in Concurrent CFD
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FloEFD can be embedded in popular CAD programs, making CFD studies more accessible while eliminating simulation bottlenecks
Net Composite Shapes Target Aircraft
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Parts are produced in an automated compression-molding process
Nano Positioning Stage
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Dual-axis stage combines long length of travel with ultra-fine nano positioning
MEMS Accelerometers Offer Sensitivity Boost
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Breakthrough technology opens up possibilities in bridge vibration sensing and seismic monitoring
Hoopster® Rings Are the Right Fit
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Feature minimal radial projection and a shallow groove depth
Power Optimizer Boosts Solar Efficiency
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Reduces power losses caused by mismatches
Handheld Scanner Digitizes 3-D Surfaces
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Conventional scanners require multiple setups with fixed-position tripods
Dr. Emmett Brown Lives on
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Have you wondered what happened to the mad-scientist inventor of old?
Intelligent DC Drives
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Drives deliver upgraded motor performance, network connectivity and built-in PLC
Monitor Measures Health of Rotating Machinery
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Provides warnings if machines operate outside ISO guidelines
LED Shines Brighter, Runs Cooler
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Custom-designed IC, optics and heat sink combine to create a brighter, cooler LED
Processor Handles Multiple Video Streams, Displays
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Graphics processor and display controller handle up to four different video streams
Wireless Sensor Network
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Remote monitoring solution integrates wireless measurement nodes with LabVIEW
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