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2016-06-21
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Disruption is one thing, but another Tesla controversy helps explain why many tech companies know better than to try to take over the auto business.
2016-06-20
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In the additive manufacturing world, the costs of components are dropping, the technology is becoming more reliable and parts are fabricated faster. This is allowing industries such as automotive to adopt additive technologies, says Oak Ridge Lab's Ryan Dehoff.
2016-06-20
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As attributes and functions within vehicles become ever more interdependent, the CAE community is finding ways to increase multi-physics simulations and deliver credible multi-domain optimization. New types of engineers are emerging as a result.
2016-06-20
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Development continues of the still-secret new suspension and a related vehicle-refinement package that may break cover at this year's Paris Motor Show.
2016-06-20
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Making extensive use of 3D printing techniques, the Vision Next 100 is Rolls-Royce's design and engineering teams' forward-reaching concept of super-luxury mobility over the next century.
2016-06-17
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Southeast Michigan - not Silicon Valley - is fast becoming the North American center for advanced vehicle technologies.
2016-06-14
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BWI Group believes its second-generation Magneto Rheological (MR) powertrain mount helps meet downsized-powertrain NVH challenges.
2016-06-11
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Novel oxidation ovens could triple production-line throughput while slashing energy use
2016-06-10
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Dow Automotive Systems has introduced customized structural bonding solutions for weight reduction in high-end multi-material performance vehicles, including for the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan.
2016-06-10
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Solvay launches new rapid cure resin system MTR 760 for the manufacture of new BMW M4 GTS hoods made of carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic.
2016-06-08
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One of the coolest new urban mobility solutions we've seen in a long time is the i-Road.
2016-05-31
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New Chairman Luca de Meo says SEAT "has been through hell." Its redemption, now underway, will come from use of new technology (including diesels) and an expanding product offensive.
2016-05-31
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Silicon suppliers are stepping up to help facilitate progress in the road to autonomous driving. NXP Semiconductors has unveiled its BlueBox, which handles sensor fusion, analysis and complex networking.
2016-05-26
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Elon Musk has yet to create a sufficiently robust manufacturing organization to pull off his plans to build 1 million Tesla cars per year by 2020.
2016-05-25
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Basing the fourth-generation Prius on Toyota's all-new global modular platform created many challenges for Kazuaki Shingo's development team but it also brought major opportunities.
2016-05-25
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The auto industry's crusade to reduce vehicle weight is creating clever new manufacturing techniques.
2016-05-24
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Mazda's new flagship SUV sheds significant weight with a high-strength steel intensive body structure, while introducing a new turbocharged 4-cylinder and improved interior.
2016-05-20
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The first fruit of the latest Ford and GM join project on transmissions was unveiled recently, and it sure looks sweet. In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Editor-In-Chief Lindsay Brooke looks at Ford and GM's new 10-speed automatic transmission.
2016-05-19
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General Motors intends to transform materials-joining technology with a new multi-patented process for spot-welding steel to aluminum
2016-05-17
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New vehicles are safer and more efficient thanks in part to the increasing use of new high-strength steels. In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Editor-In-Chief Lindsay Brooke examines the alleged hacking of U.S. Steel development secrets.
2016-05-16
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Stealing engineering talent has always been part of the competition in the auto world. In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Editor-In-Chief Lindsay Brooke looks at the ongoing issue of retaining talent in the car business.
2016-05-16
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OEMs need to understand the difference between process improvement and work relations improvement, noted Dr. John Henke, whose annual Planning Perspectives studies have become an industry bellwether.
2016-05-16
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Powered exoskeletons, perhaps the ultimate in personal mobility, are no longer mere sci-fi/comic book fantasies. Hyundai/Kia is among the innovators working to reduce system cost in this exciting field.
2016-05-15
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With the first-generation Honda Ridgeline, buyers weren't ready for a unibody pickup with odd styling. For the 2017 model, the design is normal—and unibody refinement might be a concept whose time has come.
2016-05-14
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GKN's clever Twinster AWD overspeeds the rear wheels by 2%, enabling sharper turn-in and making controlled drifts easy to execute.
2016-05-14
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Ann Arbor, Michigan is fast becoming the world capital of testing and research for connected cars, automated driving, and safety technology.
2016-05-14
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The Adaptive Platform set for 2017 will provide a software framework for more complex systems and help engineers increase bandwidth by implementing Ethernet.
2016-05-14
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New organic chemicals are replacing nasty VOC-laden PVC and other materials, say experts at the 2016 WardsAuto Interiors Conference.
2016-05-12
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National Renewal Energy Laboratory tests use of insulation and other techniques to reduce A/C cooling and heating loads by more than 30%. Savings for cooling alone estimated at 774 gal/yr of diesel fuel compared with overnight idling.
2016-04-27
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Take-it-to-the-limit testing is typically reserved for vehicle development teams, but Jaguar's route and the sensational topography clearly gave Automotive Engineering good insight into F-Pace's dynamic capabilities and its four-year development.
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