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Engineering Oversights !

Trains Too Wide !   In France 341 new trains intended to be rolled out over two years were too wide for the platforms in nearly 1,300 stations because railway network engineers “forgot to go and measure the actual distance … Continue reading

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Trust me I’m an Engineer !

A sample of images of how we sometimes get things wrong – enjoy ! Plus below a link to video clip of Peter Kay as a light way to end the year ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YH5vSHiAOAE Happy & Prosperous 2017 All the … Continue reading

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Solar cells to dye for

  Solar panels are becoming more common place around us as renewable energy is promoted by the government to reach it’s ‘green’ targets. Photovoltaic (PV) silicon solar panels are the commonest, but a new technology being developed at Cambridge University … Continue reading

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