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Articles from Environmental Engineering (December 1, 2012)

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... And Siemens buys LMS simulation technology. Brief article 129
Academy HQ is Prince Philip House. Brief article 167
Academy to host grand challenges. Brief article 174
Accelerometer fits into a tight spot. Brief article 104
Aerobrake takes spacecraft out of orbit. Brief article 303
Big Bang heading back to London. Brief article 154
BIS grant aims to grow nuclear supply chain. Brief article 145
Circuit breaker analysers bridge the cost gap. Brief article 136
Cool heads: environmental engineering expertise proved vital in the complicated project to bring air conditioning to London's tube platforms. Pullin, John 1969
Cosmic rays may monitor how [CO.sub.2] storage is faring. 397
Design Environmental and Weiss join forces ... Brief article 134
Education 'must work with business' on school career advice. Brief article 168
EMI measurements at 6,000 times the speed. Brief article 293
Events diary. Calendar 277
Fit to travel: suppliers tempted by rail investment programmes should be aware that they are entering an industry that is very public in its test and inspection regimes. Lucas, Richard 736
Flowers clean sites and produce metals. Brief article 277
Funnel to raise solar output. 480
Future directions: governments try not to I pick winners any more, but the Foresight programme shapes where research funding may go. Lucas, Richard 761
Gearing up: gearbox NVH and analysis specialist Romax is bucking the industry trend by moving upstream into conceptual CAD. 630
Good things come in small packages--small, accurate and reliable RH and temperature measurement probe from Michell Instruments. Brief article 214
Grant extends its bio range for life sciences. Brief article 211
Hitachi buys duo's plan for new nuclear build. Brief article 169
Instrument finds fault with cable television. Brief article 242
Jamie Radford's award-winning project notes. Radford, Jamie 699
Lasers put vision systems in line. Brief article 134
Latest standards in the field of environmental testing. Richards, David 528
Manchester combines with Sellafield on nuclear centre. Brief article 254
Materials info is inside analysis. Brief article 183
Mixed signals for eight channels. 343
Module listens for audio sounds. Brief article 178
Motorsport pedigree for mini sensor. Brief article 201
New registrants & members. Brief article 254
Outlook: cloudy: cloud computing provides secure storage for masses of data. But NI says this is only the beginning for measurement in the cloud. Pullin, John 809
Oxford makes catalyst for long-life cells. Brief article 124
Pressure sensor in heavy hydraulics. Brief article 157
R&D links power electronics and energy sectors. Brief article 149
Racing green: entrepreneur and politician Paul Drayson believes motorsports could drive electric vehicles to faster progress and new ideas. Pullin, John 2051
Rolls' gas-powered ferry is a Mediterranean first. Brief article 168
Rugged inclinometer stands up to heavyweight applications. Brief article 137
Scientists set past climate record straight. 380
See industry affiliates. Website list 146
Sensor handles loss of power. Brief article 165
Serco's NPL contract will not be renewed. 317
Signed and sealed: David Maidman of Scitek Consultants outlines how his company built a test rig for polymeric seals. Maidman, David 777
Sludge project wins Young Engineer title. Brief article 207
Small transducers suit industrial applications. Brief article 212
Speck savers: new generation nanomaterials are difficult about vibration and heat and often need upgraded dean room facilities. Wilks, Neil 1638
Taking the heat: thermocouples that can compensate for their own drift makes their use at high temperatures more reliable. 937
The Dutch take over at CEEES. Brief article 160
The history of the Incorporateds. Brief article 119
The learning curve. Pullin, John 420
Thermocouples stable in heat. Brief article 228
Things you need to know: the instigator of the Ig Nobel Prizes has collated examples of wacky research into a new book. Pullin, John Book review 780
Transceiver adapter in 5G work. Brief article 192
Wind farm monitor goes on-line. 406

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