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Article: Wireless wheel monitors

How wireless wheel monitors could identify railway track faults

Southeastern Railway has equipped its entire fleet with energy harvesting wireless sensors to predict wheel bearing failures. 92 more words

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Box beam made of OSB timber panels

I already know OSB is not bad as interior material. Its excellent as sound absorbing material and not bad even looking. I try to consider it if it can be usage as the structure beam. 85 more words

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Age is Just a Number

As I continue my research for my project I am amazed by the number and variety of stories about women over the age of sixty. 243 more words

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Press Release: KeolisAmey Docklands

KeolisAmey Docklands adopts Perpetuum’s innovative self-powered rail condition monitoring for traction motors

Perpetuum, the global leader in vibration energy harvesting and its application in asset management across the rail industry, has announced it is working with KeolisAmey Docklands (KAD) to monitor the condition of its traction motors while they are in service and improve the reliability of its assets on the high availability Docklands Light Railway (DLR). 527 more words

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In Taipei, research the renovated Japanese houses

Our study group of Japanese houses in East Asia had occurred to survey In Taipei city. The second time is in this time, since Sep 2011. 286 more words

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Never Too Old for Anything

Some of you may have heard of the Penn Relays, the oldest track event in the United States. The yearly competition has been around since 1895 and brings thousands of participants to Philadelphia from all over the United States and abroad. 184 more words

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Q&A with Jill Dyché: Racing 'Round the Reporting Track

In which Jill dons a lovely hat, sips a mint julep, and watches the race.

I was minding my own business at the TDWI Las Vegas Executive Summit reception recently (read: I was waiting in line at the bar), when — clearly knowing exactly where to look — a former client found me. 658 more words

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