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This paper introduces the concept and principles of hyperspectral imaging (HSI) and it briefly outlines how the defence and homeland security sectors can benefit from the application of this extremely versatile technology.

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GMW3172 applies to electrical/electronic components for passenger or commercial vehicles. It describes the environmental and durability tests for these components based on their mounting location.

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Posted: 11/19/14 in Manufacturing
Appreciate if anyone can advise how much does it cost to produce one barrel of oil for the different countries and/or region..eg..Vietnam, Cambodia, I...
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I have been looking for sometime and testing many fluids without success. I need a heat transfer fluid with a low specific heat around 50% that of wat...
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Hi to all. I have a querry. What is a blind controller? A reply would be appreciated.

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