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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in January 2004
Web-based document management gives new meaning to 'sharing
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1/28/2004  Post a comment
For the 1,000 engineers worldwide who design oilfield equipment from more than 60 locations for Cooper Cameron Corp., a document management system has proven to be a valuable time-saver.
Calculating ball screw load-life? Don't forget preload.
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1/27/2004  Post a comment
Can a ball screw with a reasonable amount of preload but no outside thrust last forever? Eschatological considerations aside, it's not likely. The balls still have to resist the internal, preload force.
Fluid Power
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1/12/2004  Post a comment
Control ICs Offer Flexibility Without the Need to Program
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Logic-in-hardware, algorithm speed time to market
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MEMS' Fantastic Voyages
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1/12/2004  Post a comment
Micro electromechanical devices have come a long way since they were simply researchers' toys. And the software for designing and analyzing them has come a long way, too.
Ride Design, Russian Style
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1/12/2004  Post a comment
These former Soviet aerospace engineers want to use their knowledge of G-forces to scare you to death - without killing you
More 'Power' for the Parking Project
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1/6/2004  Post a comment
How do you deal with a CAD model that has 500,000 components, and when you open the file it consumes 3.7G bytes of memory? Beefing up your computing power to a 64-bit workstation is one solution, as engineers at EPAQ CARE Solutions learned when they designed an 11-story, 470 bay, fully automated parking garage.




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A study by the Swiss government determined the type of human errors that lead to engineering disasters and ranked those errors by percentage.
General Motorsí growing commitment to electric cars took a new turn last week, as the giant automaker said it would use EV batteries in the future to help boost its use of renewable energy.
A fabric designer and chemical engineer have teamed up to design fabric woven with solar panels for the future of wearable, autonomously powered technology.
A new linear encoder will offer measurement resolution of about 31 picometers -- less than the diameter of an atom -- when it hits the market in prototype form later this year.
Apple made some controversial decisions with its new iPhone 7 models, so what did they do with the extra space? The latest teardown from iFixit digs under the hood of Apple's new sensor-heavy phone.
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