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2012-06-27
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Inductive power-transfer coils—in the roadbed and on board—could help unleash EV use in the U.S., so the government is spurring wireless charging development.
2012-06-27
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The focus on software may dominate efforts in hardware, but there are still many challenges for those who design with tangible components.
2012-06-27
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Aircraft companies are racing to give passengers unique abilities to go online for entertainment, information, and business activities in an effort to gain market share and revenue.
2012-06-27
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The all-new D-segment sedan is the first in its class to bring a full hybrid powertrain—Toyota’s proven input-powersplit Hybrid Synergy Drive system—to the premium midsize segment.
2012-06-26
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ContiTech Fluid Technology is building a competence center for plastic lines in the U.S., its second plastics competence center worldwide after one in Waltershausen, Thuringia, Germany. The company is investing about $11 million in the existing ContiTech Thermopol hose factory in Somersworth, NH, to help meet demand in North America, with the first construction stage recently going into operation.
2012-06-25
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EuroNCAP says that from 2014, new cars in Europe will almost certainly need to be equipped with autonomous emergency braking (AEB) to gain a 5-star safety rating. From November 2013, the European Type Approval of new commercial vehicles will require AEB to be fitted.
2012-06-25
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Fault-free powertrain operation can be ensured by isolating systems from transients, shorts, and other faults.
2012-06-22
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Dromone Engineering’s multilock coupler was designed to improve safety and allows operators to complete attachment changes without leaving the cab.
2012-06-22
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Upcoming fuel economy and emissions regulations around the world, notably in the U.S. and Europe, are forcing OEMs to think drastically about vehicle efficiency.
2012-06-22
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The breakthrough has come with a physical layer that allows for the in-car transmission of 100-Mbps Ethernet packets over cost-efficient unshielded twisted single pair cables. For future applications, the IEEE 802.3 working group has decided to investigate the development of an automotive suitable Gbit Ethernet.
2012-06-22
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J.R. Merritt Controls’ MG9, MG9-4, and MG25 palm grips are suitable for industry users operating overhead, container, and gantry cranes, as well as mining dredges, draglines, and shovels.
2012-06-22
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NanoSteel’s new advanced high-strength steels (AHSS) feature a combination of high strength and high ductility for automotive structures.
2012-06-22
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Danfoss redesigns the EV245B servo-operated valve for steam applications requiring rapid heating.
2012-06-22
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The European SARTRE (Safe Road Trains for the Environment) project has carried out a test in Spain of a road train comprising several vehicles automatically driving in convoy.
2012-06-22
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For critical manufacturing process monitoring requirements, Kistler introduces the Type 9129A three-component system designed to offer high-precision measurements of cutting tool machinery forces up to 8 kN when turning outside and inside turret lathe diameters.
2012-06-21
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The front seats in the redesigned Altima midsize sedan position each occupant very similarly to what a body experiences in outer space.
2012-06-20
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The new program establishes four levels of participation. It focuses in particular on the many “unsung heroes” in its Vehicle, Powertrain, Supplier Quality, and Product Quality engineering ranks whose experience, know-how, and creativity will underpin the automaker’s future success.
2012-06-20
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Fredsert threaded inserts feature a unique external thread profile to deliver a combination of friction fit and material compression to reliably lock in place, while also providing an airtight, watertight seal.
2012-06-20
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A slew of single-occupant vehicles designed and built by collegiate engineering students recorded three- and four-digit fuel economy at the 33rd annual SAE Supermileage event hosted in June at Eaton Corp.'s Marshall, MI, proving ground.
2012-06-19
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The CILS-91000TK high-performance self-laminating durable label range from CILS International provides a permanent, high-strength bond to all industrial pipes, flexible hoses, and conduits for fail-safe long-term identification, claims the company.
2012-06-18
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Employment prospects and salaries have improved for the majority of commercial-vehicle engineers (including those in the off-highway industry) since the end of the global recession, according to the recently released 2012 SAE International Salary Study. Whether one’s salary went up or down depends heavily on where one works.
2012-06-18
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Dr. Olaf Köhler, Head of Audi Lightweight Design, said of the new A3: “At Audi, reducing weight is a mindset and a core competence. We look at every gram, and the new car is 80 kg lighter than its predecessor. It was a huge challenge.” The company gave AEI access to its design and quality development inner sanctum (usually a no-go area for the media) at Ingolstadt to reveal what the company is doing to reach its new compact car targets.
2012-06-18
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The TTX-DataLogger from TTTech Automotive, with Audi as development partner, offers comprehensive recording and analysis of the entire vehicle network.
2012-06-18
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Pratt & Whitney and Russia's Irkut Corp. signed a definitive agreement to offer the P&W PurePower PW1400G engine on Irkut's MC-21 family of aircraft. This agreement makes the PurePower engine the only western powerplant offered on the new narrow-body program.
2012-06-18
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With the goal of reducing the amount of energy consumed in manufacturing and creating high-quality jobs on American soil, the U.S. Department of Energy has awarded more than $54 million in grants to companies in automotive and other industries for special energy-saving projects.
2012-06-14
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Pi Innov’s OpenECU M470 electronic control unit (ECU) supports up to eight-cylinder engine management on applications ranging from heavy-duty diesel to high-performance motorsport.
2012-06-13
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At its headquarters in Moline, Deere has on display the "world's first" prototype walking forest machine.
2012-06-13
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As Director, Engineering and Technology–Powertrain Energy, Federal Mogul, Keri Westbrooke is responsible for all North American applications engineering activities for automotive and heavy-duty pistons, piston rings, liners, and ignition design and has global responsibility for steel piston technology.
2012-06-12
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The intelligent AWD system has up to 27 inputs (and lots of clever Ford-developed control). It performs near-hysteresis-free torque changes in response to rapid-fire commands.
2012-06-11
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Designed to serve the requirements for powertrain and safety applications of upcoming vehicle generations in the automotive industry, Infineon Technologies offers a new family of 32-bit multicore microcontrollers.
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