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Articles from Environmental Engineering (December 22, 2008)

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A job worth doing. Honeywill, Tristan 418
Analyser diagnoses problems. Brief article 127
Batteries for military test engineers. Brief article 204
Caterpillars give soft-bodied robots muscle. 514
Chartered Environmentalist: new member benefit: become a Chartered Environmentalist through the SEE Grandparent Route. Brief article 238
Clean Sky R&D project offers opportunities for test firms. Brief article 180
Confusing the enemy: jamming pods are keeping pace with the development of radar systems, but they have to be carefully tuned and tested to avert disaster. Scolteck, James 1017
Data system sets new standard. Brief article 131
Digital meter simplifies resistance readings. Brief article 137
Engine of change: tough emissions regulations are driving forward big spending on new test cells and software systems at Perkins Engines. Pullin, John 1273
GKN tackles aeroengine noise with new liner. Brief article 185
Health checks: Cranfield is working with aerospace firms to predict degradation in components more accurately. Scoltock, James 1207
Holographics light way to energy savings. Brief article 151
Infrared detector uses little energy. Brief article 207
KOTEL takes over the Presidency of CEEES. Brief article 190
Lab21 focuses on healthcare diagnostics. Brief article 125
Mapping noise made easier. Brief article 159
Maps pinpoint heat loss from Britain's towns. Brief article 198
Meter keeps check on vibration risk. Brief article 144
Microfluidic devices will aid clinical screening. Brief article 207
Military shake-up: engineers at Millbrook have been analysing the noise and vibration performance of the MoD's vehicle fleet to ensure the soldiers they carry arrive fit for service. Scoltock, James 1169
Millbrook angles for more business. Brief article 175
Modelling will predict wear on rail tracks. Brief article 282
Open-rotor aeroengine tests start next year. 449
Raytheon turns up the heat on semiconductors. Brief article 182
SEE industry affiliates. Directory 925
Sound effects: aircraft cabin noise is just as big a problem for the military as it is for civil craft, and when engines become more powerful the challenges become bigger. Scoltock, James 1123
Stars in the making: Euro NCAP is increasing the complexity of its safety scoring scheme--it could create opportunities for UK testing firms. Honeywill, Tristan 1474
Sudden impact: a European research project aims to reduce the risk of serious injury to pedestrians from impacts with trucks. Crosse, Jesse 1025
Test houses team up for land speed record bid. 413
Test rigs share calibration unit. Brief article 300
The Big Bang. Brief article 219
Trials start on two-deck hybrid buses. Brief article 118
Troops to get new armoured vehicles. Brief article 170
When two worlds collide: vehicle-to-vehicle impact compatibility standards could improve the survival prospects of people travelling in small cars that are hit by bigger vehicles. Aucock, Richard 1179
Wireless sound and vibration module cuts cable costs. 308
World land speed record attempt sets out to inspire young engineers; the Bloodhound Project, a three-year mission led by Richard Noble OBE to create a land speed record car capable of achieving 1,000mph, was launched by Science and Innovation Minister Lord Drayson at the Science Museum in London. 796
Yorkshire test house wins ZigBee approval. Brief article 193

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