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Content posted in September 2001
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Thermally conductive plastics beat the heat
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Design know-how lets plastics keep electronics cooler than aluminum
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Fluid Power
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Designs float from the skies
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Advances in materials, computer hardware and software, with a touch of old-fashioned ingenuity, make skydiving flashier and more reliable
PDM extends beyond company walls
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By sharing product data with suppliers, GM and Lockheed improve communications and reduce cycle times
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Sensors emerge as machine vision tools
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Lower in cost, they can substitute for traditional machine vision systems in some applications
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Damper stops wheel wobble
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Substituting surface-effect principles for hydraulics in landing gear shimmy damper eradicates maintenance, reduces failures
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Technology unties the air traffic knot
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Sensors, software, and data management will speed landings and taxiing
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Some robots like it hot
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Unique cam is key to design of a robotic welder that repairs steam pipes-from the inside
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Engineering simulation in the next decade
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Get set for changes in the way you analyze designs-and when you do the analyses
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