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Content tagged with Automation & Control posted in December 2000
Computer Productivity Tools
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Latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace
Cool jobs in engineering
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The best jobs are not always the most orderly
6 things all engineers should know before using FEA
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No longer simply static, FEA today allows engineers to model assemblies in motion, changing environmental conditions, and dynamic load parameters. Are you ready?
Fluid Power
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Latest and greatest offerings in the engineering marketplace
Pressure balancing eliminates coupling spills
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A small valve annular area is the key to a fluoroplastic, quick-disconnect coupling
Distributed I/O helps realize designs
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Bus systems mean more efficient, space-saving electronic component fabrication
The Internet is where many companies run their businesses
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Exclusive interviews with technology leaders
Next step to quick ramp up: Virtual PLCs
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Bridging the gap between mechanical design engineers and their colleagues on the control side promises true virtual commissioning
Hydraulics industry makes waves
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'Closed' compressor designed to beat the heat
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An extruded aluminum sleeve overmolded with casting grade aluminum provides required cylinder finish
Hot Products
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Innovative motion control products
Software speeds Formula One designs
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Their tools are concurrent design, outsourcing, and some serious computing power
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The Best Products of 2000
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