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Articles from Mechanical Engineering-CIME (December 1, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
Advanced manufacturing competes for spotlight. Fakes, Paul 1059
ASME honors Sholes & Glidden typewriter. 489
ASME IGTI Professional & Member Development. Barton, Shirley 675
ASME President endorses STEM education bill. 359
ASME Turbo Expo 2012 plans under way. 416
Calendar of events. Calendar 394
Centrifugal compressor transient modeling. Garcia-Hernandez, Augusto 928
Chinese car maker plans Brazil plant. Brief article 121
Complexity and consequence: discounting the dangers from low-probability events is not only a human trait, but a technological threat. Organizations such as ASME are poised to help the public understand risk concepts and provide resources for engineers to improve risk management and build resilience in engineered systems. Armen, Harry; Flumerfelt, Shannon; Halada, Gary P.; Kahlen, Franz-Josef 2042
Distant wind. Thilmany, Jean 314
E-waste concerns grow. 436
EC seeks route to sustainable economy. Brief article 166
Edit Math. 141
Eliminating dependence. Bell, David Letter to the editor 201
Energy Committee issues two more talking points. 466
First IGTI forum on jet engine volcanic ash ingestion. Langston, Lee S. Column 925
Free training for leak-detection. Hutchinson, Harry Brief article 105
GAO studies questions about aircraft composites. 553
Hands on. Marriott, Douglas L. Letter to the editor 199
I am the greatest. 333
Italy told to comply with efficiency standard. 174
Long-time IGTI staffer Judy Osborn retires. 373
Many measurements. Thilmany, Jean Brief article 121
Networking and blade mechanics. Szwedowicz, Jaroslaw 1004
Next generation technology. Falcioni, John G. Editorial 574
Noise research has international university ties. Brief article 228
Nuclear power after Fukushima: in the wake of a severe plant accident, advanced reactor concepts, including small modular reactors, are getting renewed attention. Marcus, Gail H. 2588
On the art of milling. Airey, John Brief article 284
Patent watch: the deep roots of fracking. Teska, Kirk 599
Picture thermal CFD. 182
Policy Internship deadline Dec. 31. 118
Pollock the physicist? 552
Project: crowdsourcing. Falcioni, John G. 395
Psychrometric calculator. 146
Rebranding engineering: if the profession is sliding into commodity status, we have to play a primary role in changing the public focus. Brown, Susan Ipri 2274
Recycling water for hydraulic fracturing. Grottenthaler, David 957
Renewables--disruptors? Or disrupted? The contribution of wind, solar, and bioenergy systems may be determined by the cost of materials and of natural gas. Golden, Garry 2652
Resource file. 463
Rewarded with Facebook. Brief article 243
Safety effort removes railway director. Brief article 133
Security threats ahead. Thilmany, Jean Brief article 210
See in 3-D. 113
Teaching the practical skills: to operate effectively, next-generation engineers will require a panoply of interpersonal and management skills, in addition to technical proficiency. Fortenberry, Norman L. 2852
The bladeless fan. Thilmany, Jean 486
The buzz: what our community is saying online. Letter to the editor 278
The healthy murmur of technology: medical devices save lives, but only if they are appropriate and functional: it's the challenge of ensuring quality care in limited-resource settings. Barragan, Jennifer 2808
Today's reverse engineering cycle for turbine blades. Shock, Samuel; Wilburn, Robert 1032
View from the Chair. Brun, Klaus 565
Welcome to Copenhagen! Brief article 198

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