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Feb 10

Wireless System Monitors Torsional Vibration

The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) has developed a wireless sensor technology that promises less vibration for power generating equipment. Specifically, the system monitors torque fluctuations in the shafts of turbine generators, a capability unavailable until now. Grid induced torque pul..more

Feb 10

Will You Eat Synthesized Meat?

In recent years there has been a significant shift in how Americans consider and purchase their food. Sometime around 2000 it seems generic grocery shoppers began to care more about the quality and sourcing of the ingredients, than the convenience or the price point. The rise of specialty foods..more

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The pace of engineering and its complexity have changed hugely in the last two decades. Engineers can no longer afford to be adept in a single discipline only. Finding answers has become problematic, as vast numbers of senior engineers begin to retire and the complexity and volume of information increase exponentially.

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