A total of 70 items listed.
Composite materials revolutionise aerospace engineering
How the use of carbon-fibre composites in wing manufacture is changing aerospace engineering
Four engineers: four Silver Medals
A short profile of the four UK engineers awarded The Royal Academy of Engineering Silver Medals in 2008
Professor Helen Atkinson
The thixotropic manipulation of metallic alloys.
Designs on creativity
Sir George Cox
Sir George Cox tells of his review for the Government on how British businesses can be made more competitive
The sensitive nature of paper explored by following the journey of Ingenia’s pages from pulp to printed page
Professor Patrick Grant and Dr Stephen Duncan
An innovative method for manufacturing production tooling
Digital energy – working smart in the oil and gas industry
Investment in ‘smart’ well technologies could ensure the oil and gas industry receives more value and greater production life
Professor Duc Pham OBE FREng and Dr Stefan Dimov
Core aspects of time-compression engineering to speed up product development and stay ahead of the global market
Opportunity of a lifetime
Professor John Miles FREng
Consumer power seems sure to force the rate of house building to increase dramatically in the near future. How can the construction industry make the most of it?
Sustaining competitive advantage in manufacturing
Although the country’s manufacturing base has declined, UK-based companies can still flourish in competitive industries
Revealing the secrets of fluidised beds: Exploiting links between academia and industry
How a unique X-ray imaging technique to analyse flows in multiphase systems has developed from close cooperation between academics and industrialists
The future of chemical and petrochemical manufacturing
Roger Benson FREng
Will the chemical and petrochemicals industry, still one of the country’s largest exporters, adopt a more distributed manufacturing model in the future?