Consultancy's silent victory

October 2001
Professional Engineering;10/03/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 18, p9
Trade Publication
Reports Arthur D Little, a consultancy firm to develop a technology that can reduce the sound of common appliances and equipment in Great Britain. Materials comprises lightweight and granular materials to cut down vibrations and sounds; Product development as part of the research program; Product to used as to improve sports equipment.


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