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posted in December 2000
Titanium affords a long-life muffler
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12/18/2000  1 comment
While titanium is more expensive than stainless steel used in current high-performance mufflers, it is about half the density (with the same strength) and virtually impervious.
Shhhhh! It's a Sonata
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The calmness of the Hyundai Sonata hides a great debate that happened between engineers in the design stage.
As the tire turns...
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What most don
Cool Cruiser
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Keeping passengers cool in the 2001 PT Cruiser was a design challenge involving efficiency.
Cool jobs in engineering
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The best jobs are not always the most orderly
For the love of muddy
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Polaris has introduced the 500 High-Output engine for its Sportsman 500 ATV.
CAM and the art of boat building
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Doug Wright taught himself naval architecture, got a friend to teach him how to use MicroStation, and set out to build a better speedboat.
The winner is...
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The neat looking mystery car we asked readers to identify in the annual auto issue of Design News (DN 10.02.2000, p. 34) is the Saab Quantum III roadster, seen on the cover of the July 8, 1964 issue.
Comsats on wheels
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Delphi Automotive Systems has demonstrated one of the first mobile Satellite Digital Audio Receiver Service (SDARS) systems to make a connection to a digital radio signal.
Software speeds Formula One designs
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Their tools are concurrent design, outsourcing, and some serious computing power




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