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IHS Goldfire: Government

Maximize government R&D resources and drive innovation

Do you require greater productivity and knowledge asset sharing? Would you like to preserve best practices and lessons learned?

IHS Goldfire provides a platform for retrieving relevant internal and external technical knowledge, turning vast stores of information into actionable intelligence and creating an innovation foundation for government research and development. Government innovation plays a critical role in promoting research and development. Adopted at the federal, state and local level, IHS Goldfire solutions help publicly funded researchers build breakthrough materials, products and technologies. Goldfire enables you to:

  • Analyze technology and market trends
  • Define problems and the need for a solution
  • Discover concepts buried in technical literature
  • Validate, rank and select ideas and projects
  • Capture and reuse subject matter expertise

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Mar 01

How Do I Determine My Maximum Power Consumption?

Hi. I'm asking this because I'm not very well versed in Electrical Abbreviations, symbols and such. I want to buy a new Generator but I want to first figure out how much KVA Generator that I need. I have a Power and Energy Logger Machine (PEL 105) which I used to record the Power Consumption of my h

Mar 01

This or That: 1979 Chevy Camaro Z28 Versus 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

This episode of This or That features a pair of icons from GM’s divisional rivals: a 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 versus a 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. Both former Hemmings Muscle Machines feature cars, each were fitted with contemporary power, spoilers, stripes, and a firm suspension, most of

Mar 01

Axially-Twisted Springs

If you took a linear section of wire and twisted it and indeterminate amount of degrees about it's axis, then formed it into a conventional spring--would the tensile strength be greater, or would it tend to yield quicker under commensurate strain than a normal spring?


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