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Articles from Environmental Engineering (December 1, 2017)

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'Twisted' light--a new path for wireless communications. 376
3D LiDAR gives robots a sense of space: The development of 3D LiDAR sensors with wide scanning angles provides autonomous guided vehicles with improved object detection. 1099
3D-MID--an alternative to PCBs. 539
A cleanroom instrument to count on: The new hand-held Particles Plus instrument provides easier validation of cleanroom specifications with spot checks or continuous monitoring. 568
AEROFOILS KILL THE CHILL IN SUPERMARKET AISLES. 390
Artificial intelligence revolutionises NDT. 523
BEAGLE 2 AWARD HONOURS MEMBERS: Society member Steve Burnage spoke for his colleagues when he said that it was a great to be part of the team and to have all their hard work recognised after so long. 481
BEVDING THE RULES. 426
But that's not the shape of my heart: What if physicians and surgeons could virtually analyse their patients' health and plan therapies and surgery using the same advanced simulation technology that the automotive, aerospace, energy and hi-tech industries rely on to test their products before they are built? What if medical devices could be designed and safely tested in the virtual world before ever being tested in the real world? Pye, Andy 1010
Charging towards electric mobility: Dr Ben Black, principal market development manager of Real-Time Test at National Instruments, discusses the disruptive technologies associated with vehicle electrification. 566
CLEARING OCEANS OF PLASTICS. Pye, Andy 434
COMPANY GUIDE. 1428
CONNECTED VEHICLES HELP EMERGENCY SERVICES. 193
CORPORATE PARTNERS. 151
Cranes with brains: Andy Pye looks at how machine intelligence is being used to avoid collisions and provide predictive maintenance in the crane industry. 1197
CROSSRAIL: A BEACON FOR THE DIRECTION OF APPRENTICESHIPS. 249
DATA GETS VIDEO STAR STATUS. Pye, Andy 377
DESIGN PROCESS EMBEDS SAFETY. 231
Flexible electronic production for PIDs: Jonathan Newell finds out how flexibility of configuration for Photo lonisation Detectors is no longer a problem with Ion Science's new production facility. Newell, Jonathan 564
HIGH-SPEED BEARINGS TESTED TO THEIR LIMIT. 195
IAN CHISHOLM. 236
IMMERSION ULTRASONIC TESTING CAPABILITIES EXTENDED. 173
INNOVATION KEEPS THE RAILWAYS CLEAN. 356
Is there a future for diesel? Ross MacKerron, of fleet fuel efficiency specialist Lightning Systems, gives his opinion on the future of diesel powertrains. MacKerron, Ross 507
KEEP THE WIND BLOWING. 262
LATEST, NEW & UPDATED STANDARDS IN THE FIELD OF ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING. Richards, David 1067
Measuring up to nanotechnology: Nanotechnology is evolving, and so is its scope for commercial expansion. Brian McLay, metrology business manager of precision measurement specialist Starrett, explains to Andy Pye how precision metrology will support the rise of nanotechnology in manufacturing. Pye, Andy 560
New threat blows in for ozone layer: An international team of researchers, led by the University of East Anglia's David Oram, has found an unexpected, growing danger to the ozone layer from substances not regulated by the treaty. 624
No charge for rural electrification: Jonathan Newell looks at infrastructure progress to support growth in the use of hybrid and electric vehicles in rural areas. Newell, Jonathan 621
NOISE-DAMPENING ORIGAMI LATTICE. 466
NORBAR WORLD FIRST FOR ISO 6789-2:2017 TESTING. 230
PROJECT MANAGEMENT SHOULD LEAD ON CLIMATE CHANGE. 285
REMOTE CONDITION MONITORING. 197
Rise of the comfortbot: Jonathan Newell finds out how robots are being used for quality and accelerated life testing of commercial vehicle upholstery. Newell, Jonathan 557
Smart factory for smart vans: Mercedes-Benz takes a new approach to manufacturing for the production of its latest range of electrified Sprinter vans. 1156
Smooth operator: High-quality roll surface texture imparted by the work roll to the strip is essential for good surface quality and has a big influence on the behaviour of the sheet during subsequent pressing, painting and coating operations. Pye, Andy 574
The big stretch. Pye, Andy 465
The Society of Environmental Engineers and Concorde Publishing Ltd would like to thank these Test Houses, Equipment Manufacturers/Suppliers and Service Providers for their help in producing our Test Houses publications and website, TestHouseDirectory.com. 4049
THERMOPLASTIC HONEYCOMB TECHNOLOGY FLYING HIGH. 176
Wind energy a breeze for rugged connectors: Jonathan Newell looks at new connector designs that overcome the difficult conditions in wind turbine towers. Newell, Jonathan 910
WIRELESS RIG TESTS DRONE CONTROLS. 554

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