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2013-04-04
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Engineers consider many factors when deciding on the location of driver controls in the cockpit. Ergoneers wants to be part of the equation.
2013-04-04
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"Softex," a new Toyota artificial leather, has both good breathability and reflects infrared rays, so it has significant cooling properties. First applications are on Prius V, where it also is used for the steering wheel instead of a natural leather wrap, and new RAV-4.
2013-04-04
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The MicroHiL is believed to be the first portable hardware-in-the-loop solution developed specifically for testing engine components at the system level.
2013-04-03
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Controlling a pricey aircraft miles above the Earth is definitely not child’s play, but touch input sensors used with flat panel displays are making it simpler to manage flight activities.
2013-04-03
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Human machine interfaces combine HUD, synthetic vision.
2013-04-03
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New technologies will enable automakers to meet 2017-2025 CAFE standards, but the cost of compliance could be thousands of dollars per vehicle.
2013-04-03
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The SC5012Q 4-channel, high-brightness LED driver for infotainment and navigation display backlighting and the SC220Q 20-MHz buck regulator with X-EMITM inductor technology expand Semtech’s electronics product offerings.
2013-04-03
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Donaldson introduces the Twist&Drain line of replacement filters in a convenient package for both off- and on-highway vehicle applications.
2013-04-03
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EAO offers Series 57 products for passenger access, drivers' desks, and rail vehicle control panels.
2013-04-03
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Next-generation Mini Topled and Topled LEDs from Osram Opto Semiconductors produce white light in varying tones suitable for the interior illumination of buses, trains, aircraft, and automobiles.
2013-04-02
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The gasoline-electric system, incorporated in the XV Crosstrek model, has a 10-kW electric motor integrated into the back of its CVT transmission to provide a full menu of hybrid functions including brief electric vehicle operation, idle stop-start, and acceleration assist.
2013-04-02
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Each introduced a 50th anniversary example at the 2013 New York International Auto Show. Porsche featured a fifth generation of GT-3, a 911 derivative. Shelby showed the 1000, a new Ford Shelby GT500 Mustang variant that develops 1000 hp for street use on pump gasoline, up to 1200 hp for the track.
2013-04-01
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SAE breaks with convention in assigning numeral to newest viscosity grade that is designed for better fuel economy.
2013-04-01
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The switch helps enable a 39% reduction in curb mass of the body structure and a 25% increase in torsional rigidity. Although the Sport shares the Range Rover's architecture, it shares surprisingly few actual parts.
2013-04-01
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Mercedes-Benz says it is the world's most powerful production four-cylinder engine, with an astonishing power density of 178 hp per liter from a maximum 1.8-bar maximum boost pressure.
2013-04-01
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The all-new midsize SUV shown at the New York International Auto Show finally lets fans see for themselves the controversially styled off-roader.
2013-04-01
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For the sport-minded Q50 hybrid, an electric motor backs a V6 for maximum power. For the family-focused Infiniti QX60 hybrid, and its Nissan Pathfinder hybrid sibling, a fuel-saving 2.5-L four-cylinder engine gets a smaller electric assist motor.
2013-04-01
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Tektronix’s AWG 70000 Series arbitrary waveform generators provide up to 50 GS/s sample rate, 16 GS of waveform memory, and 10-bit vertical resolution, making them suited for high-speed testing and advanced research applications.
2013-04-01
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Ioxus offers the iMODTM 16V/500F, 80V/15F, and 48V/165F modules to deliver power and energy density ultracapacitor technology for the automotive, hybrid bus, and alternative energy industries.
2013-04-01
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Ionova Technologies’ Zinc-Ion ZIP-Cap ultracapacitor improves energy density without using natural materials or dry-room facilities, reducing assembly costs.
2013-04-01
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Phillips Industries’ STA-DRY QCMS2 system was designed to prevent corrosion build-up in the electrical systems of commercial vehicles.
2013-04-01
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Novotechnik introduces RSC3200 series Hall-effect angle sensors designed for use in hash environments and in applications with redundant outputs and immunity to adverse environmental effects.
2013-04-01
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A traditional drag-racer's build approach enabled the development team to create a vehicle the chief engineer warns is too sharp-edged for most drivers.
2013-03-31
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The U.S. EPA on March 29 a proposed rule to lower the sulfur content of gasoline and to reduce NOx and other pollutant emissions (not including CO2) from light-duty vehicles. The proposed rule—encompassing a number of provisions that together are called Tier 3—is supported by the two U.S. lobbying organizations representing the world's major automakers and would cover the period 2017-2025 to coincide with already approved federal CO2 emissions (EPA addresses CO2 separately from the traditional pollutant emissions types such as NOx).
2013-03-29
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A 3.5-L direct-injection V6, which replaces a 3.7-L unit, develops slightly less power, but the vehicle is much lighter, so performance is unaffected while fuel economy goes up. Front-drive version also is offered.
2013-03-28
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For precision, productivity, and process integrity with complex components, EMAG offers vertical turning machines for the high-yield production environment.
2013-03-28
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The funky new Soul will ply city streets with the same youthful zest but more amenities.
2013-03-28
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Hybrid vehicle powertrains show improved fuel economy gains due to optimized engine operation and regenerative braking.
2013-03-28
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China, through its Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, on March 20 approved corporate average fuel-consumption regulations for passenger cars through 2020, with the target of 6.9 L/100 km in 2015 and 5.0 L/100 km in the final year.
2013-03-28
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Wallwork Heat Treatment has commissioned a new 800-kg-capacity furnace for the processing of aluminum and magnesium products.
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