Version 0.5/Engineering, applied sciences and technology

Contents

Articles in Version 0.5 related to engineering and technology.

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Computing

Computer

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People in computing

Charles Babbage

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Cryptography

Caesar cipherCryptographyData Encryption StandardEnigma machineROT13

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Hardware and infrastructure

Acorn ComputersASCIICentral processing unitChildren's MachineColor Graphics AdapterCPU cacheCommodore 64ComputerFloppy diskHistory of computing hardwareiPodNintendoNintendo Entertainment SystemQuantum computer

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Programming

Programming languageMarkup language

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Software

Architecture of Windows NTBtrieveCommon Unix Printing SystemDelrinaEmacsGNU/Linux naming controversyInternet ExplorerMacintoshMicrosoftMicrosoft WindowsMozilla FirefoxOpenBSDPaXSpeech synthesisUbuntu (Linux distribution) Windows 2000Windows XPX Window core protocolX Window System

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Websites and the Internet

InternetHTTP cookieGooglePhishingSpyware

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Engineering

For computer-related articles, see the separate transport section above. For transport-related articles, see the separate transport section below.

Electrical engineeringElectronicsEngineering

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Engineering materials

AluminiumCopperFiberglassGlassIronMetal Steel

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Technology (except computing/transport)

For weapons, see the section under War.

ATLAS experimentCrash test dummyDomestic AC power plugs and socketsEifel AqueductElectronic amplifierEnigma machineGas metal arc weldingGas tungsten arc weldingiPodJarmann M1884KammerladerKrag-JørgensenKrag-PeterssonLightning rodNuclear powerNuclear weaponPhonograph cylinderPhotovoltaic arrayRadarRadioShielded metal arc weldingTelecommunicationTelephone exchangeTelevisionThree Gorges DamTypewriterWeaponWelding

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Engineers and inventors

Isambard Kingdom BrunelAlexander Graham BellLeonardo da VinciThomas EdisonHenry FordGalileo GalileiJohannes GutenbergCai LunGuglielmo MarconiNikola TeslaWernher von BraunJames WattWright brothers

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Optometry

Autostereogram Color blindness

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Transport

Transport

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Air transport

AircraftF-4 Phantom IIF-35 Lightning II

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Maritime transport

For oceans, seas and rivers see the Geography listing. For warships see the weapons section under War.

Ocean Panama CanalSaint Lawrence SeawayShipStrait of Malacca Suez Canal RMS Titanic Water

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Railway transport

Canadian Pacific RailwayIndian RailwaysJohn Bull (locomotive)London UndergroundMass Rapid Transit (Singapore)Rail transport in IndiaTrainTGV

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Road transport

AutomobileAutomatic number plate recognitionBicycleMini

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Space transport

Apollo 8LaikaSaturn VSpace explorationSpacecraft propulsion — Space race — Space Shuttle Challenger disasterSpace Shuttle Columbia disaster

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