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CONTENTS Vol 1 No 2 June 2019 TECHNOLOGY FOCUS: AUTOMOTIVE TESTING 29-34


■ Sensor fusion for accurate simulation ■ On target for crash avoidance ■ Experimental safety vehicle a sand pit for engineering


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COVER STORY


Powering UK rail innovation


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The Institute of Railway Research at Huddersfield University, as part of the resurgence of the sector in the form of the UK Rail Research and Innovation Network, solves the rail adhesion riddle and creates lightweight freight bogies


Commentary


A sense of touch World of Test


Topical roundup of industry news, research and technology Design Ideas


■ Robot motors enable minimally invasive surgery ■ New York goes electric for waste collection ■ Robotics enters the field of farming technology


A feast for the eyes


Laser scanning inspection tools ensure chocolate bars look appetising Production 3D printing for components


Additive manufacturing set to go mainstream for aerospace and automotive industries


Bi-modal train emissions control


High-performance exhausts keep emissions low on high-speed LNER rail project


Plug-in connectivity for carriages


Connector supplier adds test and inspection service to meet stringent rail specifications


Pulse protection goes commercial


Defence technology for protection from high-power conducted emissions reaches data centres


A new bronze age for turbine reliability


A look at the people, policies and affairs influencing the engineeering profession


Standards Watch


David Richards' monthly survey of the latest standards affecting testing and test houses


The Back Page Swedish airport performs first landing controlled from a tower 600km away June 2019 /// Testing & Test Houses /// 1 48 40 26-27


The use of bronze in wind turbine slip-rings results in lower risk of downtime Profession Watch


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Aerospace Test & Validation


Vol 2 No 1


The source guide to Aerospace Test & Validation for engineers, scientists and technicians. This edition covers matrix composites, a combined marine and aerospace materials test house, a digital future for Airbus and hydrogen powered UAVs.


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