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Content posted in June 2002
20 ways to love electronics
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Smaller components and chips, and new design tools and aids are helping design engineers pack more features into devices and systems.
Two-step process eliminates V-belt service
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Rotary vulcanization and polyester tension cord stabilization eradicate wrapped-wedge belt maintenance
Kids take off running in prosthetic feet
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Engineers do concurrent design of structures and shell
Fluid Power
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Hydraulic regenerative braking improves large-truck fuel economy
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A new hydraulic regenerative braking system captures energy normally lost during braking, stores it, and re-uses it
Motors make medical imager fast
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Ten dc brushed motors handle multiple load capacities and produce medical printouts faster
First response gets re-engineered
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Will a new sensor and the power of wireless communication make us better prepared to deal with biological attacks?
Hospitals to go
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Compact systems allow engineers to bring advanced hospital-level care to battlefields and remote areas
Hear today, gone tomorrow
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Inventive design and attention to manufacturing have made disposable hearing aids a reality
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Put on your private paramedic
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Dry electrodes and electronic miniaturization are key to wearable cardiac defibrillator comfort




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