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October 2009 Issue
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Recently published books for engineers and those interested in engineering.
High-school girls are spending a week of their summer vacation camped out at the Calhoun Community College of Decatur, Ala., to learn the fundamentals of welding.
Instrumentation and Control is the theme of this month's Technology Focus section.
The October Computing section includes "Underground Safety," "Delete Your History" and "Car for the Blind."
News & Notes
"Next Decade Critical to Energy Future" and "Water Is Top Environmental Concern" are among the items in News & Notes this month.
The October 2009 Letters section includes "A Friend Remembered" and "Networkers vs. Gatekeepers."
While sometimes engineers provide specific answers to address explicit needs, more often they build sustainable infrastructures that enable people to help themselves and improve their own lives.
With today’s analysis software, engineers can quickly solve for multiple physical effects.
The Overlooked Patent
Sometimes inventors miss potential claims. Take the tower crane, for example. It meets the latest criteria.
East & West
How's that contract working for you?
Sharing the Passion
Engineering Education: A program aimed at inspiring under-served children teaches engineers to communicate the essence of their work.
Life Written Larger
Focus on Bioengineering: A new and expanded ASME Bioprocessing Equipment Standard strives for greater clarity by addressing issues from certification to materials.
A Firm Grip
Focus on Bioengineering: A student team’s winning project has real-world applications.
The Sprinter's Foot
An examination of an elite athlete has led to a rethinking of the way the fastest runners accelerate—and how all of us walk.
An I/O control module, a mid-range power connector, and a compact data logger are among the New Products featured this month.
Magnum for 3D is used to simulate electromagnet and permanent magnet assemblies, and has applications in a range of areas, including the design of electric motors.
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