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Content posted in January 1995
Redesign enhances shuttle turbopump reliability
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1/23/1995  Post a comment
Ceramic bearing and elimination of welds improve an already reliable component
CVD diamond substrate cools microwave divider
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Design lowers temperatures, simplifies manufacturing, and lengthens device life by eight to ten times
Synchronous motor needs low starting current
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Written-Pole motor accelerates high-inertia loads to synchronous speed
Electrohydraulics control truck's wheel slip
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1/9/1995  Post a comment
Fast-acting electrohydraulic valve enables system to quickly direct power away from a slipping wheel
Joystick-mouse brings CAD to disabled engineers
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Hall-effect sensor and pneumatic switches define mouth-operated computer input device
Injection molding simplifies syringe pump
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Integral features eliminate many metal parts




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