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2012-07-20
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MagneGas Corp., which converts liquid-based materials into hydrogen-based fuel, removing acetylene from the process, is supplying General Motors with its MagneGas fuel. GM is trialing the fuel in maintenance and metal-working activities at its Grand Blanc Weld & Tool Center in Flint, MI.
2012-07-20
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The more powerful engine is the answer to reviewers’ calls for additional performance, with technology similar to the 2.0-L turbo in the Sonata, but developed for the Veloster's 1.6-L engine. An optional matte paint job is unique in its class.
2012-07-20
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MontaVista Software’s release of its Automotive Technology Platform (ATP) 2.0 is compliant to the new GENIVI Specification version 2.0 by the GENIVI Alliance.
2012-07-18
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In 2013, Volvo Trucks plans to release Telematics Gateway, a new software-based system that enables service technicians to evaluate trucks while they are on the road. The system will be able to access a truck’s information, including diagnostic trouble codes and mileage, over a wireless connection.
2012-07-18
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The midcycle refresh of Audi's B-segment vehicles emphasizes technology tweaks as well as the relaunch of the Allroad nameplate in the U.S. market.
2012-07-18
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Minnesota Rubber and Plastics combines two components into a single part with a redesigned piston V-cup seal.
2012-07-18
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Engineers are putting tremendous effort into determining exactly how much power is lost through the transmission and what can be done to reduce losses and improve overall efficiency.
2012-07-17
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Raytheon Co. was awarded a $636 million development and sustainment contract to provide the Exoatmospheric Kill Vehicle (EKV) to The Boeing Co., which is the prime contractor for the Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) program.
2012-07-17
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The U.S. Army and Navy signed an $8.5 billion contract with Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. to buy a baseline quantity of 653 Black Hawk and Seahawk helicopters through December 2017. The five-year contract will yield significant savings compared with purchasing the same quantity across five separate annual agreements.
2012-07-17
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Mazda Corp. announced that production of SkyActiv engines will double in October. Current production is 400,000 units for global distribution; production will increase to 800,000 units. In the U.S., the 2012 Mazda3 and 2013 CX-5 feature SkyActiv-G 2.0-L gasoline engines.
2012-07-17
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The Midland Development Corp. (MDC) and XCOR Aerospace jointly announced the establishment of XCOR's new Commercial Space Research and Development Center Headquarters that will be created over the next 18 months.
2012-07-16
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The U.K. specialist's Nanodrive low-friction synthetic lubricants containing nanoparticles could make the crossover from track to road car applications with fuel-saving potential.
2012-07-16
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Wolfram Group’s high-fidelity modeling environment Wolfram SystemModeler uses versatile symbolic components and computation to drive design efficiency and innovation.
2012-07-16
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Disruptive technology usually means something so uniquely different that it requires manufacturers to adapt to it in sometimes significant ways. The trade-off is the promise of substantial advantages in cost, time, or performance.
2012-07-13
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In most automotive electronics groups, the role of software has expanded rapidly over the past few years. As this shift evolves, many companies are devising new strategies to cope with growing demand.
2012-07-13
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Newly enhanced temperature and humidity cycling chamber C-EVO from Tenney incorporates a list of standard features that are typically expensive add-ons for other similarly designed models.
2012-07-13
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To meet an increasing demand for turbo technology solutions, Rhodia Engineering Plastics’ Technyl heat performance range of polyamide 6.6 grades for the automotive industry is specifically engineered for both injection- and blow-molded parts for turbocharged engines.
2012-07-13
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As powertrain electrification moves forward, tool providers are stepping up to help engineers improve efficiency. National Instruments has enhanced its hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) technology, partnering with JSOL to create a tool called the JMAG-RT add-on for NI VeriStand.
2012-07-13
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LADD Industries' Deutsch Industrial DT Series connectors are designed for harsh environment applications where a small degradation in connection may be critical.
2012-07-13
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The evolving nature of the industry has resulted in strict standards concerning cleanliness in the fluid circuit and most other components of road vehicles such as brake systems, fuel injector nozzles, power steering pumps, and fluid hoses.
2012-07-11
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The company's Capital tool suite helps tame the challenges of vehicle electrical platform engineering by increasing data sharing between disciplines and automating the design and validation process.
2012-07-10
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ASM Sensors’ PCST27 POSICHRON magnetostrictive position sensors feature a rod-profile design that provides ease of installation and enables precise positioning of hydraulic cylinders or measurement of fluid levels.
2012-07-10
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Omega’s OSXL-T60 CE-compliant thermal imaging camera (FLIR T620) is claimed to have the highest thermal imaging resolution in its class.
2012-07-10
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Roughly 30% of the energy contained in diesel fuel is currently lost via the hot exhaust gases and EGR in a truck. By using a newly developed waste heat recovery system, Behr has demonstrated that 5% or more can be fed back into the drivetrain, which could improve long-haul fuel economy by the same amount.
2012-07-10
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SMSC’s TrueAuto LAN88730 MII/RMII 10/100 low-power automotive ethernet transceiver is designed specifically to meet the high reliability requirements of automotive applications such as onboard diagnostics or fast software download interfaces for central gateway and telematics modules, navigation systems, radio head units, and connectivity devices.
2012-07-09
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Galvanic corrosion in aircraft is important as it occurs whenever dissimilar metals or certain types of composites are joined or are located close to each other. SICOM, a recent project involving Airbus, EADS, BEASY, and a number of research centers, investigated how the “find it and fix it” approach can be replaced by a more fundamental approach based on computer modeling.
2012-07-09
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Two makers of energy-storage devices recently announced projects involving the capture of energy from train braking that otherwise would be lost as heat.
2012-07-09
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Moog Space and Defense Group is tapping application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) technology to design a new electronic driver module for stepper-based applications and solenoid valves used on spacecraft.
2012-07-09
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Dieselcraft Fluid Engineering has developed a line of sensors to detect water at the bottom of a fuel tank before the fuel is dispensed.
2012-07-09
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The Delco Remy 55SI alternator from Remy International has a durable brushless design and is rated at 420 A at 12 V and up to 275 A at 24 V.
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