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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in June 2009
IBM and Siemens Partner around Enterprise PLM
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Teamcenter 8.0 is built on the IBM blue technology stack, ensuring tight integration between the two environments
Sensorless Control of a Brushless DC Motor
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Digital signal controllers make it possible to meet torque and speed demands in sensorless applications
Servo Motor Sizing Concepts
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Understanding key parameters helps overcome misconceptions when sizing servos
Hydraulic-Aided Simulations
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Construction industry performance testing lab simulates earthquakes, hurricanes
Taking Small Micro Air Vehicles to the Next Level
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Wright State University researchers apply their expertise and stake their claim in MAV research and design
Hybrids in Motion
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Electric, hydraulic hybrids boost efficiency in different types of vehicles
Compact Integrated Automation Solutions Reduce Size of Controls Package, Costs
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Standard interfaces create smaller products, lower cost solutions
Model-Based Design Helps Aerospace Engineers
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Implementation improves design quality, reduces time and saves cost
HP Teams with Parallels on Virtual 3-D Workstation
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HP Z800 workstation-based solution can run multiple graphics-intensive applications simultaneously without taking a performance hit
University, Industry Launches Mechatronics Degree Program
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Program will expose students to current technologies, especially in packaging
Air France Crash Underscores Challenge of Designing Complex Automated Systems
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An engineer/pilot's view on what went wrong with Flight 447
A DIY Solar-Powered Stirling Engine
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Engineer builds, shares plans for a working prototype




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