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Content posted in August 1995
Plastics Take Sports to New Peaks
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Engineering resins add more flexibility to the design of sports gear
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Slippery coating replaces pneumatic force
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Copolymer surface enhancement improves coil-winding operation
System integrates data for vehicle navigation
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Distributed processor design provides modularity and reliability
Metal-hydride system heats catalytic converters
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Reversible-reaction device lowers emissions to the ULEV standard
Post-processing software fine-tunes defroster
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Display and animation of finite element and finite volume data helps optimize flow patterns
Gage design improves liquid-level monitoring
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Hydraulic damping effect alleviates problem of flickering display lights
Smart parts feeder speeds agile assembly
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System orchestrates machine-vision, part orinetation, and robotic pick-and-place functions
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Hip simulator helps control bone loss
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Machine closely duplicates conditions experienced in the body by a polyethylene-and-steel prosthesis




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