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Content tagged with Automotive
posted in April 2009
Students Apply Math-Based Tools in EcoCAR
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University teams try out "virtual vehicles" before building alternate-fuel SUVs
Schwarzenegger: Move to Alternative Fuels 'Too Slow'
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Governors say industry shouldn't be resistant to change
Car Companies Steer toward Flexible Manufacturing
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4/20/2009  1 comment
PLM and digital manufacturing software can help automakers retool so multiple vehicles can be built on the same production lines
iglide Polymer Bearings in Action
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4/13/2009  Post a comment
Watch a simulation of igus iglide polymer bearings in action.
The Case of the Spurious Spring
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Replacement kickstand part causes scary spill on modified motorcycle
GM, Segway Join to Reinvent Urban Transportation with Project P.U.M.A.
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4/9/2009  Post a comment
Project P.U.M.A. concept vehicle aimed at reducing traffic congestion, transportation costs
The Adventure of the Incredible Sparking Car
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4/6/2009  Post a comment
From Sherlock Ohms: Famous investigations into engineering's most diabolical real-world cases




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