The MS in Computer Integrated Manufacturing is a multidisciplinary degree offered by the Department of Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology in collaboration with the College of Computing and Information Sciences, the College of Business, and the College of Engineering.

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Documents from 1992

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Dynamic analysis of an electromagnetic shutter system, Peter Newman

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NACA four-digit airfoil section generation using cubic parametric curve segments and the golden section, William T. Scarbrough

Documents from 1991

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Determination of impeller pumping capacity from laser doppler anemometer (LDA) measurements in an agitated vessel, Mark Iamonaco

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Electrostatic discharge - understanding and controlling the phenomenon: A Handbook for packaging professionals, Deanna Jacobs

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Computational analysis of space transfer vehicle engine turbopump diffuser design for deep-throttling, Gordon J. Wissinger

Documents from 1986

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Robotic quick change end effector system, William Craig

Documents from 1985

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Simulation of an open-loop stepping motor system, Gregory Bell

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Analysis of vehicle suspension system subjected to random vibration, Shabbir Lokhandwala