David Wilson writes for The Engineer and Engineeringtalk
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The consortium of medium-sized engineering companies and their partners in academia were thrilled when they were awarded a grant from a government body to undertake a research project to discover if it might be possible to develop a novel means to manufacture components.
A new reduced-weight spur differential could dramatically increase the fuel economy of passenger cars.
National Instruments’ Aerospace and Defence Forum at the Royal Air Force Museum in London provided a valuable insight into the lifecycle issues involved in developing sophisticated test systems.
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- Levelling the playing field
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