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2012-08-20
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Mentor Graphics Corp. recently released a general-purpose software solution that combines 1-D and 3-D computational fluid dynamics.
2012-08-20
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The new release of MapleSim 6, the physical modeling and simulation platform from Maplesoft, provides tighter Modelica integration.
2012-08-20
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DuPont Performance Polymersdeveloped Vamac Ultra HT to extend heat resistance and the dynamic performance of the standard Vamac portfolio to a temperature range of 170-180°C (338-356°F), suitable for demanding applications such as turbo hoses and air ducts.
2012-08-16
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Ukrainian company Antonov together with Russian United Aircraft Corp. will participate in manufacturing Antonov An-70 transport airplanes. Russian defense ministry already placed an order for 60 such machines, $67 million apiece.
2012-08-16
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Both customers and engineers are benefitting from Ford’s investment in an Electrification Center of Excellence in Dearborn, MI. “The good news for customers is that they not only have more choice, but they have faster access to Ford’s latest and greatest in fuel-saving technologies and vehicles,” said Joe Bakaj, Ford Vice President of Powertrain Engineering.
2012-08-16
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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has raised the bar with its new small overlap frontal crash test. With a 50th percentile male Hybrid III dummy in the driver seat, 25% of the car’s front end on the driver side strikes a 5-ft-tall rigid barrier at 40 mph.
2012-08-16
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Spirit AeroSystems Inc. and Pacific American Corp. (PAC) announced the signing of a supply agreement whereby Spirit Aftermarket Customer Support (ACS) will provide thrust reverser, fuselage, and wing component spare parts for the Hainan Airlines Co.
2012-08-16
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Two new H Series machines are said to deliver improved fuel economy, productivity, and lift speed.
2012-08-13
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Navistar is providing the executive leadership for this year’s SAE Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress, taking place in Rosemont, IL, on Oct. 2-3. Ramin Younessi, Group Vice President, Product Development, Navistar Inc., discusses how the Congress is shaping up and the company’s future product plans incorporating the next-gen ICT+ (in-cylinder technology plus) system, which adds urea-based aftertreatment to its EGR technology.
2012-08-10
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Valeo’s technology demonstrators include a car fitted with a 2-kW, 12-v electric supercharger on a two-stage architecture. When driven on a real road test cycle, the vehicle’s e-supercharger has an average boost duration of 7 s with an average boost frequency of 5 boost/km.
2012-08-10
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WIZinspect from Nextec Laser Metrology is a 3-D multiposition laser inspection solution that enables manufacturers to improve the quality control process.
2012-08-10
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By 2017, Lux Research predicts that more than 8 million cars in North America will be equipped with stop-start systems, a technology that has already gained popularity in Europe and Japan. Stop-start systems automatically shut off a vehicle’s engine when stopped in traffic, improving fuel economy by up to 12% and reducing exhaust emissions.
2012-08-09
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Silicon Designs (SDI)’s model 2276 high-precision accelerometer features a four-wire threaded removable connector.
2012-08-07
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Using a powerful new 3-D modeling package, Chrysler Powertrain engineers and manufacturing experts are reconfiguring the Kokomo transmission plant to build the 845RFE eight-speed automatic for rear-drive vehicles beginning 4Q12 and the 948TE nine-speed fwd transaxle due to launch in 2Q13, in addition to other new powertrain programs.
2012-08-07
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Ford claims that its new C-MAX Energi plug-in hybrid vehicle delivers a top speed of 85 mph (137 km/h) at the touch of a button, topping the Toyota Prius by more than 20 mph (32 km/h). This allows Ford’s first plug-in hybrid to easily keep up with the flow of traffic, even when the gasoline engine is off.
2012-08-07
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Once a year, a team of students at Virginia Tech get to do something that ought to put a grin on any aspiring engineer’s face: build a racecar.
2012-08-03
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The supplier claims that up to 75% of the weight of conventional steel pistons is saved thanks to the use of plastic and a new simulation method. The end result is a potential weight reduction of up to 12 kg (27 lb) per axle.
2012-08-02
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Lincoln Electric introduces Metalshield MC-90 and MC-110 low-alloy metal-cored welding wires designed for applications such as heavy equipment and crane fabrication.
2012-08-02
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LADD Industries’ Deutsch Industrial environmentally sealed DRB Series 128 cavity receptacles are suitable for bulkhead applications in the on- and off-highway, marine, agricultural, and industrial markets.
2012-08-02
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The SEAsure depth compensator from Tobul is designed for offshore drilling and applications requiring high-strength performance and seawater resistance.
2012-08-02
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Wago’s 2734 Series MCS-Mini multiconnection system female connectors employ push buttons to streamline terminations.
2012-08-02
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ASA’s Voyager ToughCam WVOS7MDCL1B digital wireless observation system offers a clear view of a heavy-duty vehicle’s surroundings.
2012-08-02
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In an effort to introduce natural gas into racing, Patrick Racing has selected Katech Engineering to build its engine for the 2013 American Le Mans Series (ALMS) Prototype Challenge Class. Over the next month, the companies will work to convert the existing 400+ hp (298+ kW) Chevy engines to natural gas, followed by static and dynamic dyno testing.
2012-08-01
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Its new small car has the accent on "refined sportiness" and a strong bias toward styling and performance.
2012-07-31
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  Parker Hannifin Corp. announced in mid-July that it had acquired the hydraulics manufacturing division of PIX Transmissions Ltd. based in Nagpur, India. PIX manufactures a range of hydraulic and industrial hose, hose assemblies, and fittings primarily used in general engineering, marine, agriculture, mining, construction, and HVAC markets.
2012-07-31
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Offering improved profitability and safety, the C10DX and C12DX meet the demands of the latest labor regulations, and also to European (EC marking, EN 280) and international standards, says the company.
2012-07-31
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GM’s recent action to streamline its product-development process by eliminating 20 executive jobs is being praised within the automaker’s vehicle-engineering ranks.
2012-07-30
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Cummins Inc. has acquired the emissions control assets of Hilite International in Marktheidenfeld, Germany, and made them part of Cummins Emission Solution (CES), positioning the company to serve all major market applications with a Cummins doser.
2012-07-30
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TRW Automotive has announced its latest Pedestrian Protection System (PPS) developed to address increasing pedestrian fatalities worldwide. The system uses a combination of acceleration and pressure sensing technology to detect a pedestrian impact.
2012-07-30
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Osram Opto Semiconductors develops a uniform solder pad concept that allows second sourcing of LEDs from different manufacturers, decreasing storage costs and process modification.
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