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Content posted in November 2003
Cleaner engine
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Where Upsizing Cuts Costs
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Bigger turbines slash wind energy costs, boosting that industrys ability and confidence to compete.
Chat room
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Braking news
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Faster Chips on the Way
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New fabrication technique could boost performance 40-65%
JSF Team Manages by the Numbers
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Lockhead Martin chooses Mathcad as standard package
BMW Opts for Hybrid Steering System
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Automaker forgoes steer-by-wire as not yet ready
Software pals
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Product tagging
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How to Defend Yourself Against a Man Armed with a Grapefruit
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Microchip engineer has a demo that showcases the power of fruit
Nu Chip for U
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Pitching products electronically
Induction Welding Heats Up Under (Low) Pressure
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In alternative joint situations, induction welding pulls through with strong joints, distortion elimination, and expanded material use
A colorful PEEK
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New standard
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Autos Drive Chipmakers
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IC vendors roll new processors to automotive industry
Flexible FEA Means Speed
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New software offers networked license sharing and a number of cost-effective and time-saving enhancements
Engineering Students You'd Love to Hire
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Snapshots of some of the best and brightest engineers to be
Plug-and-Play Manifolds Pick Up Market Momentum
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They make it easy to add solenoid-type valves
Vertical Union
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Fire away
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