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Articles from Environmental Engineering (February 1, 2016)

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5 years pioneering microwave. 352
A sense of stability: innovations in sensor technology have reduced the risks of motorcycling and could mark the end of the wheelie. Newell, Jonathan 582
Acoustics reveal nanoscale info: John Toon of the Georgia Institute of Technology explains how a non-destructive technique for investigating phase changes could guide efforts to design materials with enhanced properties at small size scales. Toon, John 604
Addendum to electronic control systems published. 175
As real as virtually possible: Jonathan Newell finds out how two automotive suppliers are using advanced simulation technology to test products before they leave the drawing board. Newell, Jonathan 577
Brexit would damage UK environment, warn senior experts. 192
Cleanroom allows elastomer moulding to expand. 105
Company guide. 1253
Contamination control reaches new standards: controlling contamination is essential in many manufacturing and research activities. The use of cleanrooms, along with strict and stringent processes, makes this possible. The recently revised ISO standards for cleanrooms can help. 489
CPD: your commitment to enhancing your competence. 615
DAQ in Industry 4.0: Jonathan Newell finds out how Industry 4.0 is set to revolutionise manufacturing and whether DAQ as we currently know it could be a casualty. Newell, Jonathan 1173
Down to the nano-scale: confocal sensors measure texture and surface finish of laser-machined components: Chris Jones, Managing Director at Micro-Epsilon UK discusses how non-contact confocal displacement sensors are helping to inspect the shape, size and surface topography of MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical or Micro Electronic Systems) structures to nanometre resolution. Jones, Chris 1167
EE Test Houses guide. 2429
EE Test Houses guide. 1788
Extreme filtration for gasification: Jonathan Newell travelled to Hampshire to visit Porvair and find out about the special requirements needed for filtration products in the gasification industry. Newell, Jonathan 1244
Fast track to intelligent mobility: Jonathan Newell visited the HORIBA MIRA proving grounds in Warwickshire to find out how the historic test centre which has served the British motor industry for 70 years is now helping to pave the way for innovation in the vast area of intelligent mobility. Newell, Jonathan 1137
How safe are cricket helmets? the level of protection provided by cricket helmets has been controversial and topical for several years, yet it has taken the recent tragic death of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes to focus the world's attention on sporting headwear safety standards. Andy Pye reviews the evolution of the cricket helmet. Pye, Andy 2763
Keeping the lights on: when the power goes down building and plant managers turn to their back-up systems so it pays to test load bank modules regularly. 1218
Latest standards in the field of environmental testing. Richards, David 767
Mind the gap. 482
Portable scope feels like a lab instrument. 206
Progress on process safety since Buncefield. Pye, Andy 439
Prototyping takes 5G from concept to reality: future use of 5G has thrown up some highly complex challenges, not least of which is prototyping. Getting that right is key. Newall, Jonathan 852
Rewards for outstanding and innovative engineers. 522
Road trials: Andy Pye looks at some of the latest road testing schemes being set up to test autonomous are focusing pon electric and hybrid vehicle testing. Pye, Andy 1721
Securing the digital hinterland: Jonathan Newell explores the options for protecting data acquisition networks from the digital horrors predicted to accompany the internet of things. Newell, Jonathan 1220
Smart firms detect problems in advance. Pye, Andy 439
Super-sharp images via thin optical fibres. 387
Testing for that one tough call: TRL rises to the challenge of setting out procedures for testing eCall in-vehicle emergency call systems for their ability to withstand the extreme conditions of vehicles in collision. Jonathan Newell explains. Newell, Jonathan 587
Testing thin films and coatings. 167
The Beagle had landed: Andy Pye speaks to Professor Steve Burnage, chief engineer for Beagle 2's Spin-Up Eject Mechanism (SUEM) about the testing processes which ultimately proved that it did, after all, perform its objective of getting the probe to Mars. Pye, Andy 835
Timber conditioning supports connector manufacture. 159
YES expands UKAS testing to include radio devices. 161

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