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Using architecture as medication

"If someone had obtained the same results with a new medicine, it would have been a worldwide sensation," says Stefan Lundin as he explains how the use of forced medication and mechanical restraints decreased in the new building ...

dateSep 07, 2016 in Engineering
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Flying the flag for an airship revolution

The rise of freight airships could go down like a lead balloon with traditional aircraft companies but could also represent a new high for Asian companies seeking to exploit new ways to reach world markets, according to research ...

dateSep 07, 2016 in Engineering
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Taking the momentum out of vibrations

Diesel engines vibrate. This produces tremendous stress on the components of ships. Adaptronic systems effectively reduce these vibrations. At the maritime trade fair SMM, Fraunhofer researchers are presenting a simulation ...

dateSep 01, 2016 in Engineering
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