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View Resource Rotary Engines: Technical Highlights of the RENESIS Rotary Engine

The RENESIS engine, installed in the Mazda RX-8, has its roots in the MSP-RE, unveiled at the 1995 Tokyo Motor Show as the power unit for the RX-01 concept sports car. This 4-page report offers...

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View Resource Rotary Engines: The Birth of the Rotary Engine

The rotary engine began with the improbable dream of a 17-year-old German boy named Felix Wankel in the summer in 1919, This 4-page paper recounts Wankel?s engine development and other t...

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View Resource ACDelco's Power Steering Pump Replacement Procedures

ACDelco shows you that skipping steps costs you time and trouble later. For more training material from ACDelco, click on their ad to the right.

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View Resource Marine Mammal Commission

The Commission was created under Title II of the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972, which took effect on 21 December of that year. The Commission's primary focus and duties are the protection and...

http://www.mmc.gov/
View Resource Education for a Sustainable and Secure Future

The Conference will explore the role of education regarding one of the central issues of the 21st century - how to achieve a more sustainable relationship between people and the environment. The...

http://www.ncseonline.org/2003conference/
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