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November 2004
Engineer (00137758);11/19/2004, Vol. 293 Issue 7664, p58
Reports developments related to the technological innovations in the aerospace industry in the U.S. as of December 2004. Evaluation of the structural defects on glass fibre composite helicopter rotor blades during their overhaul; Search for a non-toxic exothermic process for use in the personal grooming industry; Initiative of Procter & Gamble to require an inexpensive, positive-displacement pump that will move fluid with the viscosity of milk.


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