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  • Wagner single phase induction motor 

    Ash, H. J.; Croskey, Philip (Armour Institute of Technology, 1905)
    http://www.archive.org/details/wagnersinglephas00ashh
  • Washington Park Center for Improvisational Music 

    White, Kellen (2010-07-30)
  • Waste to Work 

    Vlahakis, Meredith (2010-07-30)
  • WasteLESS Modular Housing 

    Emerson, Melissa (2012-05)
    This project aimed to create efficient housing for the average American with the ability to customize their home to their own needs, lifestyle, and aesthetics. In addition, the feasibility of pre-fabricated portions of ...
  • Water power development at Iowa Falls, Iowa 

    Dowdell, Charles O. (Armour Institute of Technology, 1907)
    http://www.archive.org/details/waterpowerdevelo00dowd
  • Waterproofing of concrete by addition of commerical compounds 

    Hills, G. B; Cleaver, J. G; Schmidt, Fred (Armour Institute of Technology, 1911)
    http://www.archive.org/details/waterproofingofc00hill
  • waterWORKS 

    Webster, Reed (2011-05)
    Water shortages will be a global problem by the year 2025. With the Great Lakes Basin accounting for 95% of the fresh water in the United States it will soon become our most valuable natural resource. In re-defining urban ...
  • WAUKEGAN LAKE FRONT REVITALIZATION PLAN 

    WEBB, NATALIA PENA (2011-05)
    Waukegan is a place that has a strategic location. Not just because it is in the middle of two important cities like Chicago and Milwaukee, but because of its proximity to the lake (which is the most desired location for ...
  • WEB-BASED CONTEMPORANEOUS DELAY ANALYSIS 

    PEKTAS, MURAT (2011-12)
    The construction industry is fragmented due to the many stakeholders and the diverse phases involved in a construction project. On time, within budget, with required quality are essentials of a successful project. However, ...
  • Welding Apparatus 

    Schwartzbart, Harry; Saperstein, Zalman P.; Rudy, John F. (1970-11-10)
  • Wellness and Education 

    Mason, Laurie (2012-05)
    What if the school were more like a playground; a laboratory for exploration and discovery? What if the place itself actually inspired the students within it? My proposal for a new primary school in Chicago attempts to ...
  • WHAT DO PRIMARY STUDENTS KNOW ABOUT SCIENCE, SCIENTISTS AND HOW THEY DO THEIR WORK? 

    BARTELS, SELINA L. (2016-12)
    The teaching of scientific literacy is the primary goal of elementary science education. Scientific literacy is composed of the overall understanding of what science is and how scientific knowledge is developed. The ...
  • What Engineering Societies Can Do About Ethics 

    Davis, Michael (Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions, IIT, 1988-09-27)
    This talk looks at how engineering societies can promote ethical practice and discussion about ethics among their members. After some remarks about how engineers commonly handle ethical issues that come up within organizations, ...
  • What's Congress Doing on Twitter? 

    Hemphill, Libby; Otterbacher, Jahna; Shapiro, Matthew A. (2012-10-23)
    As Twitter becomes a more common means for officials to communicate with their constituents, it becomes more important that we understand how officials use these communication tools. Using data from 380 members of Congress’ ...
  • Whistleblowing : Ethical and Legal Issues in Expressing Dissent 

    Peterson, Farrell, Dan James C. (Kendalll/Hunt Publishing Company, 1986)
    This module discusses the history of whistleblowing and some of the ethical ethical dilemmas faced by whistleblowers, including the conflicting values of loyalty to one’s employer and protecting the public good, clashes ...
  • WHO ONLINE DATES? PERSON VARIABLE PREDICTORS OF ONLINE DATING 

    COPPERSMITH, JODY (2012-05)
    Due to social and technological changes, an increasing number of people are turning to online dating to seek romantic partners. People who engage in online dating were initially thought to be socially anxious, shy ...
  • Why Teaching Workplace Ethics Is Not As Hard As You Thought 

    Davis, Michael (Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions, Illinois Institute of Technology, 1988-05-18)
    This presentation for the Illinois Vocational Education Coordinators Association is in three parts. The first seeks to make it easier for you to teach workplace ethics by freeing you from what the author calls "the four ...
  • WIDESPAN 

    Ninan, Janice (2010-12)
    Widespan design.Investigating the integration of windmills into longspan structure and investigating the axial forces of tension to span grater spans using virtual depth concepts with slender lightweight design.
  • Wind Turbine Building 

    Tseng, Ling Yi (2011-05)
    Wind Turbine Building with Venturi Tube
  • WIND TURBINE FARMS IMPACT ON POLLEN TRANSPORT DISPERSION PATTER S 

    HSU, CHIN YU (2012-12)
    Wind energy has become more and more popular because electricity generation by wind power brings much less environmental impacts than conventional energy generation using coal. Also, energy generated by wind power does ...