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Content posted in September 2008
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The Power of Pumps
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Engineer of the Year Martin Fisher's human-powered irrigation pumps lift both water and standards of living
Dell Designs Blade Servers for 'Pull and Go'
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Modular handle on M1000e chassis and M600 and M605 servers facilitate installation, transport
NI LabVIEW 8.5 Gets Right to the Multi-Core
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Upgrade helps developers take advantage of multi-core architectures in real time and embedded systems
Pump Maker Uses Up-Front CFD to Reap Opportunity in Energy Conservation
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Customers save thousands of kilowatt-hours on electric bills
In-Mold Assembly Eliminates Secondary Operations
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Specialized tools perform snap-fit and material bonding as part of a continuous in-machine process
Wind Energy's Manufacturing Crunch
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Wind turbine lead times are already measured in years not months
Dell Takes on Blade Workstations
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Precision R5400 rack unit promises greater flexibility and performance than blade workstations
Are You An Engineer If You Don't Pass The P.E.?
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Illinois case worries engineering organizations
STEPS Program Fosters Manufacturing, Engineering Aspirations in Female Students
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STEPS engineering students build radio-controlled speed boats, self-confidence
New Power for Designers
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A revolution in affordability for high-performance computing (HPC) has opened the door to simulation as a tool to solve everyday engineering challenges
A Global Mecca for Project Management
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If you need to hone your team-leading skills, a good place to start is the Project Management Institute
Internet-Enabled Hearts Run on Wireless
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Wireless telemetry puts a new spin on cardiac care
Precision Blown Film
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Integrated control increases flexibility, reduces cost, improves troubleshooting
The Need for Speed
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Packaging OEMs look to advanced software solutions and linear servos to boost system performance
Packaging Goes Robosoft
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New mechanisms and software solutions offer an alternative to standard robots
Robotic Automation in Industrial Manufacturing
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One auto factory saves nearly $40 million a day in labor costs
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