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Articles from Mechanical Engineering-CIME (August 1, 2014)

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Advanced materials for games of all sizes. Falcioni, John G. Editorial 586
Alvin: ocean research submarine: a new submersible, capable of taking oceanographers into depths greater than a mile, was launched 50 years ago. Walsh, Joseph B.; Rainnie, William O., Jr. 380
Art, science, and beer: the line from engineering to brewing is more direct than some may think. Thilmany, Jean 658
ASME offers recommendations to China: "shift your manufacturing from big to strong". 557
Back to the moon. Sethi, Chitra 808
Batteries begone. Thilmany, Jean 767
By the numbers: taking inventory of carbon emissions. Winters, Jeffrey 466
Chinese water company has big international puns. 293
Commerce department names manufacturing communities. Brief article 217
Engineering simulations. 553
Globally shoddy. Simmons, Larry Letter to the editor 222
How appropriate? Development engineers shouldn't automatically prefer locally made goods over imports. Thomas, Evan Viewpoint essay 624
Light vehicles' lightweight future. Winters, Jeffrey Brief article 294
Mixed views on carbon curbs: an Environmental Protection Agency official ran into criticism in front of a House committee hearing over the agency's proposed rules to curb carbon dioxide emissions. 305
Non-stick heat transfer: PTFE approved for plant exhaust. Shelley, Bernard F. 907
Nothing small about nanotechnology. Thilmany, Jean Interview 2202
One ASME concept unveiled. Brief article 259
Q&A Bob Sims. Interview 673
Research at Georgia tech seeks to give engineers: the ability to customize materials as they design. Wang, Yan Cover story 1498
Sensor center aims to reclaim lost jobs. Brief article 258
Sims confirmed president; Guerrero named president-nominee. 427
Tablets that can clean water: to disinfect a bucket of dirty water before drinking, villagers in areas without clean drinking water may one day simply drop in a ceramic tablet. Report 365
The quiet forefront: consumer electronics makers are putting acoustical analysis into the hands of design engineers to get noise out of products earlier. Thilmany, Jean 1421
Underwater robots get touchy-feely. Pero, James 552
Unsettled science. Parrish, Tom Letter to the editor 155
Voluntary internet transparency. 313
Who are we to say? Norman, Dan Letter to the editor 201
Why the rust belt rusted. Baker, James W. Letter to the editor 311
Wind turbine energy payback. 375

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