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

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"Tilting" lock twists old concept: Dutch engineers have designed a mobile lock to enable ships to pass beneath bridges without stopping traffic. Kosowatz, John 784
A generator in just two dimensions: researchers at Columbia University and Georgia Tech have demonstrated the world's thinnest electric generator, a film of molybdenum disulfide a few atoms thick. Brown, Alan S. 358
Air lines: developments being worked on at two labs could detect and stop structural damage in in aircraft and allow planes to be constructed with more fuel-saving composite materials than today's planes. Thilmany, Jean 862
Biomedical Engineering and Environmental Engineering. 102
By the numbers: innovation goes global. Brown, Alan S. 777
Don't be your own worst enemy: instead, reel it in, work hard, do more than what is minimally necessary, and be on time. Rorrer, Ronald A.L. 695
Dresselhaus receives Medal of Freedom. 182
Engineers of tomorrow: the education and re-education of engineers who would be rebuilding the world after an era of war was the subject of the 1944 ASME Presidential Address. Gates, Robert M. 575
Every snowflake is not unique: they all share one architecture, determined by the way heat flows. Bejan, Adrian 726
Fellowship opportunities remain open. 290
Flanged magmeters. 455
Full metal pixels: an artistic data visualization employs suspended balls set in motion. Pero, James 441
Machines That Made History: Landmarks in Mechanical Engineering. 154
Making fuel while the sun shines. Ozalp, Nesrin; Sattler, Christian; Klausner, James F.; Miller, James E. Reprint 2716
Modernization for 2 Omani gas plants. 197
Pandora's net: hackers have found vulnerabilities in the way the electrical grid is tied to the Internet. Logan, Brittany Cover story 2848
Papers now being accepted for new ASME Journal. 283
Q&A: Hans Langer. Brown, Alan S. Interview 726
Recalling the game changer. Corradin, Ronald Letter to the editor 291
Right-sizing the grid. Newman, David 3236
Save the "R" in R&D. Gad-El-Hak, Mohamed 659
Seeking durable devices: reliable, WiFi-enabled, virtually bomb-proof electronics are needed to connect the world's poorest regions. 323
The empowering electric grid. Falcioni, John G. 570
Unmanned Aircraft Systems Innovation at the Naval Research Laboratory. 141
With coal, more questions than answers. Testa, Bridget Mintz 799

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