The first issue included an article on the newly established APS Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics (FIAP), an article on the next generation of automobiles under the auspices of the U.S. Council for Automotive Research, and an article on the use of dimensional analysis to simulate large scale processes that would not be possible to test in the laboratory, such as meteoroid impacts on space craft.
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