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Articles from Mechanical Engineering-CIME (July 1, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
A walk-through of a soon-to-be plant. (Computing). Thilmany, Jean Brief Article 275
At the starting gate. Falcioni, John G. Brief Article 548
Blaring music without blasting the woofer. (Computing). Thilmany, Jean Brief Article 391
Blowing dust. (News & Notes). Degaspari, John Brief Article 421
Brushless direct drive motors. (New Products). Brief Article 125
Data displayed graphically. (Software Exchange). Brief Article 114
Document redlining and markup. (Software Exchange). Brief Article 183
Engine tuneup. (News & Notes). Sharke, Paul Brief Article 234
Enter the Tornado. (Input Output). Hutchinson, Harry Brief Article 788
Ethernet motion controller. (New Products). Brief Article 210
From spindle to prop. (News & Notes). Hutchinson, Harry Brief Article 257
Giving steel a good bath for durability. (Computing). Thilmany, Jean Brief Article 426
Heat exhaustion: a team tries to predict how well a new refinery valve will stand up to its punishment. Brief Article 658
Hydrogen generator. (News & Notes). Sharke, Paul Brief Article 186
Letters. Brief Article 1335
Modeling multiple forces useful in MEMS. (Computing). Thilmany, Jean Brief Article 126
Move from 2-D To 3-D cuts design time. (Computing). Thilmany, Jean Brief Article 184
Playing for keeps: designers of a new tape backup format first had to prove that they could get all the data to line up. Brief Article 601
Program teaches universal CAD skills. (Software Exchange). Brief Article 245
Put a damper on it. (Technology Focus). Sharke, Paul Brief Article 286
Quick-locking pins. (New Products). Brief Article 104
Risky business: practitioners say that the techniques for managing industrial risk also protect the bottom line. (Feature Focus: Plant Safety). DeGaspari, John 1951
Section-property calculation. (Software Exchange). Brief Article 150
Shear energy. (Technology Focus). Sharke, Paul Brief Article 307
Sit up straight or not. (Technology Focus). Sharke, Paul Brief Article 206
Smooth operator: finite element analysis helped Boeing eliminate oiled bearings on its Chinook helicopter. Thilmany, Jean 1729
Software can predict engineered parts warp. (Computing). Thilmany, Jean Brief Article 167
Tighter air control: a sophisticated operating system, combining currently available technologies, may be a key step toward greater safety in the skies. Andersen, John A.; Fulton, Stephen D.; Andersen, John H. 2595
Two birds, one stone. (Technology Focus). Sharke, Paul Brief Article 190
Ultrasonic measurement devices. (New Products). Brief Article 107
Upgrading a power plant with the lights on. (Computing). Thilmany, Jean Brief Article 396
Where on Earth? It can guide emergency dispatchers or surveillance drones, and other applications are on the way; GPS has come a long way since Desert Storm. Wicks, Frank 2424
Your place in the sun. (Technology Focus). Sharke, Paul Brief Article 343
Yucca Mountain debate reaches Congress. (Washington Window). Dietz, Francis Brief Article 847

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