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posted in May 2005
High-Torque AC-Induction Motor Makes Electric Racer Possible
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5/26/2005  Post a comment
The engineless Raser Edge Formula racer runs on a 420 ft-lb, 500-hp, and 6,250-rpm drive system made possible by the ac-induction Symetron P-2 pancake motor
OEM Auto Electronics Market in China:US $3.5B in 2012
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5/16/2005  Post a comment
Power train will be the largest sector, report says
PC-ABS for Rapid Prototyping and Production
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A new blend helps engineers better predict end product performance
Ask the Search Engineer
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5/16/2005  Post a comment
The Search Engineer finds solutions to all your questions, problems, and dilemmas. Occasionally, he could be wrong. But he doubts it.
Locomotives pull into the digital age
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5/16/2005  Post a comment
Century-old diesel-electric technology endures
It is All About µ
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Engineers have found a way to keep vehicles stable while driving on slippery surfaces. Now they need to cut the technology's cost, so they convince the public to buy it.
New Look Improves Site Access
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5/16/2005  Post a comment
Enidine combines its separate sites into one
Robots Expand Reach
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5/10/2005  Post a comment
Adding axes helps address new markets
Automotive Structures Gain Strength
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5/9/2005  Post a comment
Stronger steels grow more popular as manufacturing techniques advance
Paint and Plating Stick to Performance Plastics
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5/5/2005  Post a comment
DuPont aims to boost the functionality of decorated plastics




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