Thursday 18/9/2014(1)

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18/09/2014 Gems Sensors & Controls Unveils New All-Digital Online Standard Product Catalog
18/09/2014 Fluke offers free iPad® for real-time sharing of thermal imaging data
18/09/2014 Visit the precision measurement experts at the Engineering Design Show
18/09/2014 EMPLOYERS URGED TO BE FLEXIBLE FOR NATIONAL WORK-LIFE WEEK
18/09/2014 HONEYWELL TO SHOWCASE NEW NANOPOWER SERIES, BASIC BOARD MOUNT PRESSURE SENSORS AND “SENSING SENSATION” DISPLAYS AT ELECTRONICA 2014
17/09/2014 Stars of industry and academia elected to the Royal Academy of Engineering
17/09/2014 ABB appoints new head of UK motors and generators business unit
17/09/2014 HARSH ENVIRONMENT CHALLENGES ARE NO PROBLEM FOR MORGAN ULTRASONIC SENSORS
17/09/2014 Emerson technology to control new 1,075-MW ultra-supercritical unit at Kozienice Power Station in Poland
17/09/2014 It’s show time! WWEM 2014, Telford International Centre, UK, 5-6th November






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 Case Studies  
 
Successfully Controlling Hydrogen to cut engine emissions
Roger Saunders is an automotive design engineer who for many years ran a haulage company, operating a fleet of trucks across the UK. With the introduction of engine emission controls, Roger was not convinced that the system adopted by the government was the proper answer. On a mission to engineer a hydrogen system that would work and work reliably, Hydrox Solutions Ltd was formed, specialising in engine emission reduction.
Here he talks about the problem and the solution.
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Micro-Epsilon provides displacement and temperature measurement sensors for BLOODHOUND 1,100mph wheel spin test
Micro-Epsilon UK Ltd has supplied a variety of non-contact laser displacement sensors and an infrared thermal imaging camera for use in a high speed (up to 10,500rpm) wheel spin test, part of the BLOODHOUND SSC Project – the 1,000 mph land speed record attempt that is scheduled to take place in 2016.
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Egemin to deliver four new AGVs in New Zealand
New Zealand dairy producer Fonterra has ordered a new AGV system from Egemin Automation. The order includes the delivery of four new AGVs with battery handling system and E'tricc software for the dairy processing plant in Pahiatua which already has an AGV system from Egemin in use. Egemin also delivered AGV systems for various other Fonterra sites in New Zealand earlier. The AGVs will be fully built and tested by Egemin in Europe. RML Engineering, Egemin's partner for the Asia Pacific region, will take care of the full commissioning in New Zealand.
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FRAZER-NASH STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT PARTNERSHIP PROVIDES OPERATIONAL BENEFITS TO EDF ENERGY
Leading engineering consultancy Frazer-Nash has been working in strategic partnership with EDF Energy to support component life assessment (CLA) work at its nuclear stations.
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Moog Delivers Tyre Coupled Simulation System to Mazda Group for its First Overseas R&D Center in China
Chang’an Mazda has successfully started performance and durability testing programs at its R&D center in Nanjing, thanks to a Moog Tyre Coupled Simulation System delivered in a record time. The test system is a 4-poster hydraulic rig that simulates vertical acceleration and displacement inputs on the wheels, using data collected from the test track that is then replicated and played out in the lab through Moog Replication Software.
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 Editor's Comment 
 

Editor writes:

LIFE BEGINS AT 40 FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK ACT
DURING the 40th anniversary year of the Health and Safety at Work Act, workplace equipment supplier Slingsby says new figures revealing the UK is now one of the safest countries to work in the world must be applauded, but warns there is still work to do because thousands of unnecessary accidents still occur every year.
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