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Articles from Professional Engineering Magazine (April 1, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
8 questions. 551
A clean fight. Lucas, Richard 1606
A real buzz at barrow: despite having to await the 'main gate' decision in 2016, the shipyard has been busy for some time on aspects of the nuclear deterrent replacement project. Sampson, Ben 2088
Awards contest sets ultimate benchmark for manufacturers: organisers of the TMMX Awards, a new competition celebrating manufacturing excellence, are urging companies to enter. 240
Combating congestion. Longrigg, Chris Letter to the editor 264
Disaster area. Beaney, E.M. Letter to the editor 279
Driving innovation: Dick Elsy, chief executive of the high-value manufacturing Catapult and automotive industry veteran, talks to Ben Hargeaves about the need to develop radically different technologies and why a government contribution is crucial. Hargeaves, Ben Interview 2202
Editor's comment: manufacturers have plenty of reasons to be cheerful, despite the euro exchange rate. Editorial 524
Engineers are good at, err, engineering. 105
Exciting role. Nurse, Jack Letter to the editor 187
Eye was shellshocked--in a heartening way. 158
Fire alarm. Fish, Michael Letter to the editor 150
Flexible friends. Watkins, Steve Letter to the editor 109
Four wheels on demand: all-wheel drive is increasingly popular on a wide range of vehicles and can now often be disconnected automatically to boost fuel economy. Hibbert, Lee 1938
Fracking forecast. Jones, John Letter to the editor 117
GKN air intake cuts ice and noise risk. 261
Hail shale. Hibbert, Lee Cover story 2906
In the swim. Reading, Alfred Letter to the editor 187
Intellectual property: Do you know your rights as an engineer? 282
Lighting up developing countries. 543
Lontra wins compressor funds. 547
Magnetism and more. Broadhurst, Sarah 725
Making friends with robots: when people work alongside intelligent automated machinery, productivity is boosted and costs cut. Stirling, Will 1165
Measuring up: metrology systems have been a growth area for precision engineering firms, but there are several challenges that they now need to tackle. Hargreaves, Ben 1260
Nuclear fall-out. Stothard, Mike Letter to the editor 229
Predictive data: avid fans of Solidworks software have participated in a data tracking project that could lead to more customised and intuitive CAD packages. Hibbert, Lee 2042
Rich seam of history: find out about Scotland's industrial heyday. Hargreaves, Ben 659
Science fiction comes to the shopfloor. 330
Scotland's super-highway. Blake, Tanya 1959
Small wonders: the use of a powerful microscope that can examine the bonds between atoms should lead to the development of new materials. Blake, Tanya 1369
Soundbites. 774
Stay local. Hargreaves, Ben 2910
Step on the gas. Salter, Michael Letter to the editor 121
Stimulating reading. Smith, Stephanie Letter to the editor 112
Success for liquid air trials. 739
The big splash: human-powered submarine breaks record. 535
The greening of industry. Jordan, Bill Letter to the editor 169
Tyre pressure measured on the move. 310
Union slams Rolls-Royce job plan. 566
Unwelcome echo of the cold war. Sharp, John Letter to the editor 350
View from Westminster: the EEF has focused attention on the need, to tiring snore women Into manufacturing. Hargreaves, Ben 503

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