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Articles from Mechanical Engineering-CIME (February 1, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
By the numbers: fewer: miles for American cars. Winters, Jeffrey Statistical data 548
European leaders OK steep carbon cut. Brief article 234
From love affair to open relationship. Webber, Michael E. 787
Fuel and Combustion Systems Safety: What You Don't Know Can Kill You! Book review 124
Gray matter mathematics. Thilmany, Jean Report 1022
Harary tapped to lead NIST lab. Brief article 105
How fiction puts the science in engineering: leading innovators talk about how stories of the future inspired them to reimagine the present. Brown, Alan S.; Logan, Brittany 2637
Impingement Jet Cooling in Gas Turbines. Book review 139
Indian utility prepares for boost in solar power. 139
Liberia after Ebola. Schermerhorn, Jordan 571
Lights, camera, vehicle safety. Butterman, Eric Interview 522
Making Multiphysics handier. Brief article 133
Noise, simulation, and pain. Gladwin, Tim Letter to the editor 295
North Dakota UAV claims design competition. 362
Nuclear export reviews run too long, Gao says. 190
Physics and engineering platform. Brief article 132
Plugging reactor leaks: specially designed robots examine and repair Fukushima Daiichi Unit 2. Thornton, Jack 544
Primer on Engineering Standards. Book review 158
Purdue team takes 3-D manufacturing prize. 304
Q&A: Wolfgang Warenecke. Siegel, R.P. Interview 673
Rail dig unearths black death skeletons. Pero, James 560
Remembering the patient. Grosser, Morton Letter to the editor 183
Short road to the next ride: the Virginia Smart Road tests the concepts that will become tomorrow's automobile features. Gibson, Tom 2053
Sims points to past and future. Brief article 205
Slide rule memories: a retired engineer recalls the occasions when his life and career intersected with his slide rules. Dean, William L. Column 661
Supercritical boilers. Bair, Charles Letter to the editor 167
Taking the stress out of 3-D parts. 440
Teamwork, Edison style: the world's most prolific inventor knew better than to work alone. Caldicott, Sarah Miller 1947
The nonfiction of science fiction. Falcioni, John G. Editorial 554
The problem of the Colorado River: flood control, in addition to irrigation and the potential for hydroelectricity, was seen as a powerful argument for building a giant dam in the American Southwest, according to ASME's president. Durand, William F. 594
Two new standards committees are recruiting volunteers. Brief article 227
U.S funds next-gen gasification research: four private-sector projects look to develop technologies that can significantly reduce the cost of producing hydrogen-rich syngas derived from fossil fuels. 629
U.S. automaker expands in China. Brief article 175
U.S. oil reserves return to 1975 level. Brief article 157
Underground hydrogen storage feasible in some cities, Sandia study says. Webber, Michael E. 322
Webinar focuses on the empowering technology. 113
Weighing ideas. Norris, Craig R. Letter to the editor 168

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