Thursday, 30 October 2014

The Engineer
19 March 2004

  • Problem solving

    1 Apr 2004

  • Stacked memory

    1 Apr 2004

    A new type of stacked memory product involves the modification of Thin Small Outline Packages to permit them to be stacked and mounted using Ball Grid Array attachment technology.

  • Last chance for a thousand years

    31 Mar 2004

    What would happen if folks who bought automobiles had the same rights as those that purchased computers. Dave Wilson tells all.

  • Power steering with plastic wheels

    25 Mar 2004

    Automotive systems maker ZF Lenksysteme of Germany is the first company to use a plastic gear wheel in electric power steering units now being fitted to medium-sized passenger cars.

  • Rules of engagement

    25 Mar 2004

    The objectives of collaborative engineering are often foiled by problems with data sharing. Charles Clarke and Ken Steel offer some timely advice.

  • Microsoft fined millions

    24 Mar 2004

  • Microsoft fined millions

    24 Mar 2004

  • Darpa's tour de farce

    24 Mar 2004

    The Darpa Grand Challenge was supposed to offer a first glimpse of the robots that will transform the battlefields of the future. Andrew Lee wasn't impressed.

  • Preprocessing with HexCore

    24 Mar 2004

    Help is at hand for designers who need to model fluid flow problems with open spaces where a high mesh quality is required thanks to some new CFD software from Fluent.

  • Research versus reality

    24 Mar 2004

    Researchers in the US have developed a new Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) that will allow the Internet to operate at speeds approaching 10Gbit/sec. Dave Wilson reports.

  • Health checks at Rolls-Royce

    24 Mar 2004

  • Apple project bears fruit

    19 Mar 2004

  • Cold tap

    19 Mar 2004

  • Crunch time for the scrap industry

    19 Mar 2004

    It's crunch time for the scrap industry: the UK needs a whole new infrastructure to achieve recycling recovery rates set for 2007. Max Glaskin reports.

  • American dream?

    19 Mar 2004

    The top carmakers are all launching diesel models into the US. But what technologies can help diesel to shed its image there as the noisy, slow, smoky option? David Fowler reports.

  • Job for life

    19 Mar 2004

    Diana Hodgins is not interested in designing mobile phones or faster cars. What fascinates the head of ETB is medical devices that mean the world to those who need them. Andrew Lee reports.

  • Sounding out the danger on the rails

    19 Mar 2004

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