Printer Friendly

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

1-35 out of 35 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
A reimagined design for the biodigester: the team at Hatch Internationals BioD project has developed a home-scale biodigester that can turn farm waste into usable energy. 374
Above the earth. Thilmany, Jean 779
An industry of R + D: a small country is amassing a brain trust to compensate for resources that nature didn't provide. Hutchinson, Harry 1749
An Introduction to the Engineering of Fast Nuclear Reactors. Book review 140
ASME and German engineers ponder advanced factory. 321
ASME endorses Afterschool STEM bill. Brief article 120
Automakers to drive strong growth in metrology. Brief article 243
By the numbers: growth by addition: whether it's referred to as additive manufacturing or three-dimensional printing, the sector continues to surge. Thilmany, Jean 630
CAD viewer. Brief article 115
CAM for reverse engineering. Brief article 177
Cars that keep drivers awake. Winters, Jeffrey Brief article 294
Coal's last chance. Testa, Bridget Mintz 2704
Cryogenic refrigerator. Hogan, Walter H.; Stuart, Robert W. 528
Easier thinking inside the box. 334
Engineering enlightenment. Brief article 170
Foundation joins NASA to launch student design challenge. 356
Gone the way of the leaves. Logan, B.L. 509
Green gloss. Silvestri, George J., Jr. Letter to the editor 322
Impedimetric Biosensors for Medical Applications: Current Progress and Challenges. Book review 147
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a new flying machine. Falcioni, John G. Editorial 551
Low DP transmitter. Brief article 105
Making fuel while the sun shines. Ozalp, Nesrin; Sattler, Christian; Klausner, James F.; Miller, James E. Report 1803
Missing from the wind. Willis, Frederick Letter to the editor 162
Natural or man-made? Luther, Tom Letter to the editor 389
New ASME Press book celebrates landmarks. Brief article 163
New editors for journals. Brief article 150
Obstruction and evasion: passive aggression in the workplace can take different forms in different people. Rorrer, Ronald A.L. Column 657
Path planning. Brief article 102
Q&A: Wayne Clough. Brown, Alan S. Interview 684
Radiation meets the Android. Crawford, Mark 619
Squishy robots. 459
The Tesla phenomenon. Pero, James 552
Trapping sunpower. Gibson, Tom 738
Trash causes more pollution. 297
Unlocking Your Brilliance: Smart Strategies for Women to Thrive in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Book review 132

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2019 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters