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Articles from Mechanical Engineering-CIME (July 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
'Control' means what? A recent court decision brings some traditional patent claim language into doubt. Teska, Kirk 927
A big bone to pick. Laird, Joyce 637
A guiding light. Thilmany, Jean Brief Article 294
A quantum leap. Brief Article 153
A quick shot of power. 119
Analysis early on. 133
Bad vibrations: currents pluck the strings, and drillers try to stop the music. Winters, Jeffrey 1473
Bearing up to the long haul. Brief Article 291
Benchtop aging oven. 106
Bend it like Didi. Babu, Michael Letter to the Editor 171
Birds' nests are for soup. Brief Article 327
Broom clean. Brief Article 215
Building at 127 [micro]m resolution. 137
Burning plastic. Magee, Richard S. Letter to the Editor 241
Bushings in inches. 120
Cantilever slides. 154
Ceramic Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology II. Ceramic Transactions, Vol. 148. Brief Article 112
Chopping building costs. Brief Article 192
Clicks from configurable. Brief Article 212
College students work on the virtual navy. 258
Color scanner. 119
Complement more than compliment. Falcioni, John G. Editorial 201
Converting CAD to thermal. 134
Cornea for a laser in the sky. Hutchinson, Harry Brief Article 178
Data cables. 113
Deburring tool. 112
Design like the wind. Brief Article 250
Doctor Walt's Solidworks Workbook. Brief Article 170
Dolphin dandruff. Winters, Jeffrey Brief Article 211
Dust-free electronics. 113
Efficient socks. Kirchner, Larry A. Letter to the Editor 294
Expanded metal foil. 104
Fluid Mechanics. Brief Article 106
Focus heads. 132
Gas monitor. 169
Gas Turbine Performance. Second Edition. Brief Article 133
High-pressure solutions. 148
Hushing air traffic. Brief Article 269
Hydraulic pumps. 104
Inside outsourcing. Su, Lester 829
Intelligent implementation: bringing a new technology system on board is never easy for any manager. Here are some things to make the process smoother. Lockshin, Roman 1483
Introduction to Aircraft Right Mechanics. Brief Article 133
Introduction to the Thermodynamics of Materials. Brief Article 134
Light work for faster optical computers. Brief Article 248
Linking up: successfully combining project and product management spells marketability. Thilmany, Jean 1751
Long line. 334
Materials for Automobile Bodies. Brief Article 119
Men, women, and mankind. Boyajian, Myron J. Letter to the Editor 162
Modeling Engine Spray and Combustion Processes. Brief Article 151
Moisture measurement. 119
More power. 132
Motor housings. 107
New skill sets: a growing area of graduate education mixes the art of management with the technology of engineering. Thilmany, Jean 1797
One powerful team: product manager, project manager--although two letters make a big difference, everyone works for a common goal. Haines, Steven 1178
One step at a time: research suggests that this approach can provide a real benefit in engineering experimentation. Frey, Daniel D.; Greitzer, Edward M. 2114
Only on M.E. magazine online: @ www.memagazine.org. 118
PDAs for the head. Falcioni, John G. Editorial 593
Picture this: scientist? Businessman? The inventor who popularized photography spent his fortune well. Wicks, Frank 2781
Power controller. 147
Questions on Columbia. Schroeder, Nick Letter to the Editor 254
Re-Engineering the X factor. Ehrenman, Gayle Brief Article 196
Robert Stephenson--the Eminent Engineer. Brief Article 146
Rotary encoders. 102
Safety sensor. 119
Sharing designs. 117
Small laser. 102
Split architecture. 123
Staying put. 391
System combination. 106
Tests of reliability. Hutchinson, Harry Brief Article 118
The friendly mouse. Thilmany, Jean 347
The mechanics of woods: a U.S. lab is trying to design economic incentives for removing some of the tinder from the country's forests. 1240
The right boat. Brief Article 315
Thin is ... on. 366
TIFF viewer. 111
Two if by sea: the latest thinking on LNG says to locate new terminals far beyond the backyards. Sharke, Paul 2498
Under constant tension. Brief Article 197
Why to make your manager look good: invaluable career advice: it's not the money or the work that makes the big difference on the job. Longuski, Jim 1616
Wireless transmitter. 128

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