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Articles from Environmental Engineering (June 22, 2009)

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Atlas clean room for cancer research. Brief article 112
Become a Chartered Environmentalist through the Society of Environmental Engineers Grandparent Route. 267
Biofuel excels in aviation fuel tests, claims Boeing. Brief article 241
Bottle-shaped missile test proves a hit. Brief article 168
Carbon brakes cut aircraft cost and C[O.sub.2]. Brief article 162
Continental gives tyres a CT-scan. Brief article 262
Data recorder makes field tests easier. Brief article 229
Ejector seat firm tests market for posh watch. Brief article 166
Electric microlight engineers make maiden voyage. Brief article 277
Engineers given guidance on sustainability. Brief article 269
Engines of change: carmakers' testing divisions are facing increasing complexity thanks to the arrival of hybrid and electric powertrains. We find out how they're coping in the midst of the recession. Scoltock, James; Honeywill, Tristan 1193
Humidity indicator that cuts paperwork. Brief article 143
Hursley EMC upgrades its anechoic chamber to 40GHz. Brief article 168
Industry affiliates scheme: shaping the future of environmental engineering and science. Brief article 140
John Frederick (Jack) Greenfield: 7 June 1928-28 April 2009. Gross, Mike Obituary 284
Kistler feels the force. Brief article 148
Latest standards in the field of environmental testing. Richards, David 427
Life lessons: defence equipment has to last longer that ever and that applies to the test equipment used by the military too. 802
Lloyd jigs to test cling film. Brief article 229
Lockheed Martin: more partnerships needed. Brief article 119
London hosts Big Bang event. Brief article 214
Microphone suits unpredictable sound fields. Brief article 159
New members. 587
Packaging tester cuts company's recalls. Brief article 208
Pedestrians to acquire air quality data. Brief article 129
Project puts wireless testing in the wings. 308
Realistic ECU testing comes to the workbench. Brief article 247
Recovering ingenuity. Honeywill, Tristan Viewpoint essay 479
Ricardo tunes up German test centre. Brief article 270
SEE joins overseas action. Brief article 141
Sense and sensibility: wireless sensor technology is dramatically impacting on daily life from streamlining manufacturing plants to caring for the Great Barrier Reef. But the technology is still in its infancy and needs fine tuning. Scoltock, James 967
Space firm studies moon landing tests. Brief article 226
Space thrust: space agencies are moving away from rocket propulsion and using more efficient ion thrusters to power their spacecraft. But the criteria for use are becoming ever stricter and the test procedures more difficult. Scoltock, James 979
Students research protein-based sensors' viability. Brief article 237
Subtle sounds: some cars roar and others purr. Researchers at Southampton University are helping carmakers to produce refined sounds customised for each of their models. Wilks, Neil 1171
Technical forum replaces groups. 713
Testing times: James Scoltock talks to Phil Glyn-Davies of Millbrook about how the engineer is prioritizing his time. Scoltock, James 686
Tool makes ASIC checks faster by far. Brief article 215
Tuned in: audio firm Alpine has opened the doors of its electromagnetic compatibility test chamber to external customers. Electric vehicle start-up companies could be among the first to benefit from its low-cost approach. Honeywill, Tristan 956
UK firms could help Silent Eagle get off the ground. Brief article 143
UKAS issues fake certificate warning. Brief article 125
Valve opens possibilities for higher performance in testing and die casting. Brief article 199
Virtual flight: simulations are being developed to test the electromagnetic performance of aircraft components. The aim is to prepare new designs for flight more quickly and economically. Wilks, Neil 986
Waveform analysers suit high-speed semi-conductors. Brief article 248
When the wind blows: Neil Wilks describes the wind tunnel work that takes place at BAE, testing designs or future aircraft and missiles. Wilks, Neil 1185

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