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View Resource Hydrogen and Fuel Cells as Strong Partners of Renewable Energy Systems

Hydrogen, like electricity, is a universal energy carrier that can be produced as secondary energy from a wide variety of primary energy sources. Considering the whole energy chain from production...

http://www.lbst.de/publications/studies__e/2008/DWV_EHA_Stud...
View Resource Model-based Design for Mechatronics Systems

It is now practical to write software for real-time systems long before the actual computer hardware is sitting in a physical prototype.

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View Resource Small Servocontrollers to Support “Friendlier” Industrial Robots

A stand-alone miniature servomotor controller that works inside a special robotic arm from Barrett Technology Inc., Cambridge, Mass., could boost robotics by making industrial robots more...

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View Resource Force Sensors for Design

Learn how ultra-thin, customizable, flexible but accurate force sensors provide a cost-effective solution to designing sleeker, smaller and less expensive products.

http://machinedesign.com/ebook/force-sensors
View Resource Using Simple Adaptive Control (SAC) Theory

What is the most important expectation from a Servo Controller worthwhile called a good one? At present, many products named ?Industrial Servo Controller? are in the market; however, to select a goo...

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