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Techniques/ Procedures on Bending Al. Tubular Pipe [HELP]

05/24/2015 by squelch
Good Day! Details of Aluminum Tubular Bus Pipe : Di = 3 in , Thick = 9 mm Do you have any experiences on bending this kind of pipes ? we just want t...
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Last comment 05/24/2015 by redfred

Help with designing a Load Cell with DMS

05/23/2015 by Ines
Hallo everyone, I am having a hard time solving this homework and don't have time anymore. Can anyone give me some hints please? ts please?
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Last comment 05/24/2015 by jack of all trades

Three Window Air Conditioners Catch on Fire

05/23/2015 by 1capybara
3 of our window air conditioners caught on fire. We "believe" the compressor motor went bad, and the start capacitor burst and started the fire. 2 of...
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Last comment 05/24/2015 by Andy Germany

Bucket Elevator Sensors in Cement Plant

05/22/2015 by kenergy
Can any person help .... I need a better sensor for my raw mill bucket elevator to prevent bucket derailment
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Last comment 05/23/2015 by pnaban

A Question About Lighting Design in Accordance With EN 12464-1

05/21/2015 by gokmen
I have been carrying out lighting design calculations with DiaLUX in accordance with EN 12464-1, but I have been facing a specific problem over and...
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Last comment 05/22/2015 by gokmen
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Grid Scale Power Storage Takes Many Forms

05/18/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Grid scale storage technology will be a crucial piece of the electrical grid in coming years. Not only can megawatt-hour size batteries help smooth ou...
Views: 82, Comments: 1
Last comment 05/19/2015 by James Stewart

Storage Remains the Missing Link for Renewables

04/10/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
The full benefits of renewable energy can't be realized without efficient energy storage. Not only will electricity and heat storage allow intermi...
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Last comment 04/14/2015 by James Stewart

Superconducting Power Cable Supplying German City

03/13/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
The world's first superconducting grid power cable has seen service in Germany for more than six months with good results, leading to plans for ex...
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Last comment 03/20/2015 by JWthetech
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Wire and Cable Technology Blog

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The Tricky Task of Running Wire Without Gravity

04/28/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Stringing cable in a harsh environment is difficult enough when gravity provides an assist. But, as two NASA astronauts can attest, routing over 7...
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Data Transmitting Lasers Could Replace Copper Wires

03/31/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Copper wires may eventually yield to optical interconnects which, researchers say, will speed data between computer processors faster and more effici...
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Fiber Optic Cable to Speed Data Between Japan and England

02/05/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
By year-end 2016, a 1.6 inch diameter, 9,693 mile long fiber optic cable will begin transmitting data from Japan to the UK in just 154 milliseconds....
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Shock, Vibration and Noise Blog

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Taking the Jiggle Out of Machinery

05/21/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
There's Jell-O and now there's Gell-Low. With its new series of anti-shock/anti-vibration mounts, Saelig hopes to satisfy the engineering communit...
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Last comment 05/22/2015 by James Stewart

World's Fastest Elevator is Also the Smoothest

04/02/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
When China greets its soon-to-be tallest building, patrons taking the elevator to the top of the 119-story structure will like what they don't feel...
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Last comment 04/03/2015 by 4wsilver

Science Develops a Spider Sense

03/01/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Spiders detect the tiniest of vibrations to avoid danger. Scientists hope to capture this "early alert" capability with "nanoscale crack junction-base...
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Last comment 03/09/2015 by Phys
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Lab Equipment Blog

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Lab Advances That Transform Science

03/29/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
What are the lab equipment breakthroughs that are having the biggest impact on the work of scientists? This article gives The Scientist's take on the...
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Labs Take Aim at Contamination

12/29/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Always wary of contamination, labs are becoming ever more watchful amid global concerns over Ebola and a much reported anthrax scare at a CDC fa...
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Scientists Rate the Top Lab Products

10/08/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
San Diego-based Illumina's MiSeqDx instrument, the first FDA-cleared in vitro diagnostic (IVD) next-generation sequencing system, has captured top hon...
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Power Generation and Distribution Blog

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Rules for the Future

02/24/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Huge changes are happening in the world of power distribution, and as the author of a new study from GTM Research writes, "The rules being written tod...
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Materials for the Next Level and Beyond

02/08/2015 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
To meet the challenges encountered during the development of the next generation of electronic devices, designers search for the right blend of m...
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Running Out of Power?

12/21/2014 by IHS GlobalSpec eNewsletter
Power Magazine shares a rather stunning revelation: the world will need to build enough power plants to replace 40% of the existing fleet in the n...
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Holiday lights have come a long way since I was a kid and I decided to take the dive into the hobby. This isn't quite my first time working on this...
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Bad Capacitors Make Me Smile

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I know bad components aren't something a person should usually be happy about, but in my case, they have been a source of joy on a number of occasio...
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Previously, we discussed some reasons why you should root your Android device. There are, of course, drawbacks. So here are 5 reasons you may not want...
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What is Your Favorite Loudspeaker Design?

06/25/2012 posted in Acoustics & Audio Technology
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Think of a loudspeaker in your head. Got it? Now what did that image look like? Just about everybody will have imagined a wooden box with conical dr...
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