Monthly Archives: February 2010

In English, Doc! How Do Adhesives Work?

In English, Doc! How Do Adhesives Work?

Some of us just don’t really care how adhesives work. They work, and that’s all we need to know. Some of us are what you’d call armchair scientists, and we read technical manuals full of terminology that reads like a foreign language to the average Joe.

Most of us probably Continue reading In English, Doc! How Do Adhesives Work?

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What is the International mechanical engineering magazines?how to be a member?especially for Iranians.?

What is the International mechanical engineering magazines?how to be a member?especially for Iranians.?

I want to have membership of some international magazines about my field of working-mechanical engineering-and wanna know how to be a member and how to pay for them especially for iranians.

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Latest mechanical news – These fingers just won’t stop drumming

How about these right… I think you’ll find the following nuggets of wisdom particularly insightful. Leave your comments below. Check out the second one in particular…

These fingers just won't stop drumming

As an obsessive-compulsive gum chewer, I never thought to make art of my annoying habit like mechanical sculptor Nik Ramage Continue reading Latest mechanical news – These fingers just won’t stop drumming

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Would a mechanical or aerospace engineering degree be better for a career in Formula 1 or other car fields?

Would a mechanical or aerospace engineering degree be better for a career in Formula 1 or other car fields?

I would love to work in Formula 1 helping to design the cars, or another kind of racing series. I was thinking aerospace would be good for learning about aerodynamics, but would it be more beneficial for me to get a degree in mechanical Continue reading Would a mechanical or aerospace engineering degree be better for a career in Formula 1 or other car fields?

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