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Articles from Professional Engineering Magazine (July 1, 2016)

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8 questions. 587
A Severn barrage still makes economic sense. Grist, Edward Letter to the editor 406
A way to lose members. Wright, Alastair John Letter to the editor 181
BAE bids for Challenger 2 life-extension work. 261
Book of the month ... they're after our jobs. Blake, Tanya 432
Brexit could halt Hinkley Point. (News & Analysis: All the latest technology stories from the world of engineering). 200
Bring on the big guns. Farish, Mike 1225
CNC innovator seeks investors. (News & Analysis: All the latest technology stories from the world of engineering). 421
Dawn of the double-decker. LaHive, Nick Letter to the editor 109
Destroyer woes spark procurement inquiry. 315
Diary dates. Calendar 106
Digital dimensions ... simulation software is taking some of the guesswork out of the process of developing rocket engines. 556
Don't come unstuck: adhesives often have advantages over fastenings or welding when it comes to automated production. And R&D can provide bespoke joining solutions for tricky applications. Sampson, Ben 1407
Drive for diversity: parents, teachers and employers--all have crucial roles to play in ensuring that more women take up careers as engineers. Rachel Boagey reports on the latest initiatives. Boagey, Rachel 1404
Engineers must act too. Ralph, William Letter to the editor 356
Field service technicians work more effectively when they've got their heads in the clouds. Earp, Spencer 496
Freight strategy needed to ease congestion and improve air quality, says IMechE. 419
Gadget of the month ... feeding happy campers. Sampson, Ben 367
Have your say. 775
Higher sensitivity helps cobot handle heavy loads. 312
Holiday reading ... the original Rocket science. Boagey, Rachel 199
HS2 faces more delays. (News & Analysis: All the latest technology stories from the world of engineering). 309
Industry needs a clear plan of what will happen after we leave the EU, to provide stability and confidence. Sampson, Ben 555
Israel recruits robotic ground vehicle for risky operations. 128
JLR thwarted in its lawsuit against Jiangling. 380
My bright idea ... Andrew Chapman, head of healthcare at design consultancy 42 Technology, has developed a simple, low-cost and convenient way to carry out 'point of care' diagnostic tests using just a smartphone. 643
My engineering hobby ... bringing back the age of steam. 425
Not so smart for consumers. Reading, Alfred Letter to the editor 220
On the map: easier-to-use software and lower costs are leading more and more companies to realise the benefits of using geographic information systems. Ben Sampson looks at potential applications. Sampson, Ben 1702
Poll finds most people would be wary of travelling in driverless cars. 289
Questions of accountability. Clementson, B.L. Letter to the editor 286
Railways on track for condition monitoring. (News & Analysis: All the latest technology stories from the world of engineering). 283
Ripe for conversion: graduates from other fields are being lured into engineering by being given the chance to study exciting modern technology. Blake, Tanya 1183
Sarah Broadhurst, assistant archivist at the IMechE, looks at the life of Hay Frederick Donaldson, who worked on projects ranging from tramways to ordnance. 691
Seaways turns elsewhere for submersible support. 364
Silent flight: research centres around the world are striving to reduce jet engine noise. Andrew Williams looks at some developments that are poised to take off. Williams, Andrew Cover story 1791
Solar aircraft pioneers transatlantic crossing. 272
Take the heat out. Bell, Geoff Letter to the editor 170
Teachers learn what it's like to be an engineer. 190
The pioneering work of Ove Arup, from the Sydney Opera House to London Zoo's Penguin Pool, is the centrepiece of a special season at the V&A Museum. Wells, Liz 624
The winds of change: windfarm operators are waking up to the benefits of big data analytics software to boost output and cut maintenance costs. Blake, Tanya 1756
This laboratory offers researchers the chance to develop projects that range from rehabilitation for amputees to virtual-reality training. De Mello, Oscar 423
What do Formula One and salmon fishing have in common? 123
Widening horizons at work. Stark, Jim Letter to the editor 155

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