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And the world's greatest engineering movie is . . . Commented on: 1 year ago (May 19, 2014)

Any suggestions for topic for the survey?

What’s Worse: The Government or a Drunken Sailor? Commented on: 1 year ago (May 19, 2014)

Remember Solyndra ?

What's inside GM's recalled ignition switch Commented on: 1 year ago (April 11, 2014)

Really great video..........now I know exactly what the issue is. Sure is great when you can dig into something like this and actually see how such small and inconsequential parts such as a...

Then there were eight great engineering movies: Time to take it down to the Final Four! Commented on: 1 year ago (April 11, 2014)

We let readers/viewers nominate movies and we went with what we got. I'm curious as to what tighter criteria you would suggest and what movies you would nominate. And I hope you're voting in the...

Free Hinge Shaft Collar Samples Commented on: 1 year ago (April 4, 2014)

Please write to the company directly. We have included the address and phone number, as well as the URL of the company, in the article.

World’s greatest engineering movie: Down to 16 and time to choose again Commented on: 1 year ago (April 3, 2014)

Though it's a bit late, you may want to add the current new Miyazaki film "The Wind Rises" (or at least see it). It was nominated for this year's Academy award for best animated picture.
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Get in on it: The first round of voting for the World’s Greatest Engineering Movie Commented on: 1 year ago (March 28, 2014)

Can't wait for your hit movie. In the meantime, watch Primer. And we did add IMDB links in the head-to-head voting section. Put your cursor over the movie title and click.

Preventing Ring Failures Due To Rotational Movement In Wind Turbine Gear Boxes Commented on: 1 year ago (March 18, 2014)

Fill in all the blanks (name, job title, etc.) and hit SUBMIT.

Failure-mode Analysis leads to Automatic Window Shade Capable of 200,000 Cycles Commented on: 1 year ago (March 18, 2014)

Fill in all the blanks (name, job title, etc.) and hit SUBMIT.

Ocean-going ships to use hulls as sails Commented on: 1 year ago (March 18, 2014)

Those fluids/aerospace engineers consider air and water to be fluids so it hardly matters. I think one commonly used term is hydrofoil.

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