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News & Notes
The August 2009 News & Notes column includes "Diesel Clean-Up Effort Earns High Marks" and "Running on Feathers."
Should mechanical engineers have an icon to call their own?
Recently published books for engineers and those interested in engineering.
Fluid Handling and Fluid Power is the theme for this month's Technology Focus.
"Lunar Look," "Fishy Robot" and "CAD Catalog" are among the items included in the August 2009 Computing column.
Electric cars, the engineering profession and vehicle safety are among the topics dealt with in the August Letters column.
On July 4, the magazine lost a good friend and the engineering world a noble role model. William Begell, the former chair of our editorial advisory board, passed away in New York City. Bill was 82.
Time for Teamwork
Want to teach young engineers to work together? Change the stereotypes.
Communicating across departments calls for soft skills.
High Definition Flow
From pharmaceutical production to the natural gas market, exact flow measurements are critical. Here’s how NIST helps keep us all on the same page.
The Oil Age
The Oil Age: It began 150 years ago this month in Pennsylvania. Some forecasts say that it has only decades left to go.
Reverse engineering tools are getting easier to afford and to use, and that can make for a better bottom line.
Reining in Patent Costs
Be clear and complete. The less legwork you leave for your attorney, the lower the fee to your company.
Certified to Lead
EMCI aims to serve both seasoned and prospective engineering managers through professional development.
Product development today is often about teamwork, and there are teachable skills to give engineers more influence in group decisions.
Young engineers want feedback about their performance early and they want it often.
The August 2009 New Products section features a personal gas detector, a spooling sensor, and high-pressure needle valves.
This month's Software Exchange features EnSight CFD, Discus Design, MapleSim, TurboCAD and Autodesk's Project Draw.
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