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Content posted in November 2001
Volvo goes off road
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11/29/2001  Post a comment
Volvo introduces new SUV to go into production next year
Energy management a focus at Rockwell Automation Fair
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11/16/2001  Post a comment
Energy worries may be off the front page, but not on engineers
Flight 587 crash investigation keys on structural failure
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11/16/2001  Post a comment
Composite materials failure may have led to crash
Bird strike may have led to catastrophic chain reaction
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11/13/2001  Post a comment
Could the crash of Flight 587 been caused by a flock of birds being ingested into an engine?
Drives key on soft motion over FireWire
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11/8/2001  Post a comment
The industrial argument for leveraging the high volume and low cost of IEEE-1394 networking technology is as persuasive as its technical merits.
Roark's formulas
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11/8/2001  Post a comment
New computer software for stress formulas
JSF: Lockheed Martin takes it all
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11/2/2001  Post a comment
In a winner-take-all decision from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) last week, a design team headed by Lockheed Martin captured the military




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