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2012-04-02
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MapleSim's driveline component library from Maplesoft is a collection of components for driveline modeling applications that covers all powertrain stages.
2012-04-02
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Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions' high performance embedded computing (HPEC) center offers OpenFabrics Enterprise Distribution software running on a CHAMP-AV8 series digital signal processing module.
2012-04-02
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Nook Industries' electric cylinder series was designed for use in harsh industrial applications.
2012-04-02
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Next-generation Thomson ElecTrak Pro Series electric linear actuators' electromechanical solution improves accuracy, repeatability, and control with maximized machine uptime.
2012-04-02
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Styron expands the PULSE GX series of tailor-made solutions for automotive interiors to include the PULSE GX70 and GX90.
2012-04-02
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Off-highway OEMs today face unprecedented challenges in the development of new vehicles, as they face increasingly strict emissions standards and end-user demand for better fuel efficiency that must be balanced with minimizing cost of ownership.
2012-03-30
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A look at turbomachinery components and how software can be used to meet sustainability challenges.
2012-03-30
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Sustainability can take many guises apart from the obvious environmental one. There are also the economic and cultural facets to take into account.
2012-03-30
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Our challenge is to retain and attract people who can integrate consumer, and even military, technologies into our products and services to create sustainable growth for the off-highway industry.
2012-03-30
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The Citation Latitude will offer Cessna's widest-yet passenger cabin with stand-up access throughout its length of more than 16 ft, says the company.
2012-03-30
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Azure Dynamics, a developer and integrator of hybrid-electric and electric components and powertrain systems for commercial vehicles, has filed for bankruptcy. It plans to stay in business and reorganize.
2012-03-29
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A new model in high-volume entry-luxury area, the RDX's ride is improved and its EPA fuel economy is 20 mpg city/28 mpg highway for the front-drive model thanks to a cylinder deactivation system and a six-speed automatic that replaces the five-speed. It is joined by the ILX line as Acura begins its makeover.
2012-03-28
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A climate wind tunnel that opened March 27 in Shanghai is notable for several reasons, according to the joint venture behind it, PATAC. According to PATAC (Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center) JV partners General Motors and SAIC (Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp.), it is the first climate wind tunnel in China that can provide rain and snow simulations.
2012-03-28
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Fibersim 2012 from Siemens PLM Software provides risk-reducing solutions for industries employing composites engineering.
2012-03-28
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Heyco Products’ liquid-tight threaded hole plugs, which feature NPT, PG, and metric hubs, are suitable for hydraulic, pneumatic, and other applications requiring a superior seal.
2012-03-27
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The Hyundai Genesis Coupe is one example, using a cast-iron rotor. An improved carbon-ceramic manufacturing process is sought to increase production and reduce cost. Fixed caliper design provides more uniform lining wear, reduced hysteresis, and better ABS response.
2012-03-27
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The CX-5, replacing the CX-7 in the U.S., has window sticker EPA numbers as high as 26/35 mpg. Although 5.6 in (143 mm) shorter, it has a larger interior package than the CX-7. The AWD unit is redesigned to save 86 lb (39 kg), and the vehicle is at least 220 lb (100 kg) lighter, up to 575 (261 kg) lighter for heaviest models.
2012-03-27
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The car's driver information center displays a “Christmas tree” and provides readouts of acceleration and braking times and distances. All data are derived from existing vehicle sensors and sophisticated algorithms developed by Ford engineers.
2012-03-27
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Making its global debut on the Ford Focus EV, Denso’s new e-compressor is lighter, quieter, and more compact than previous generations.
2012-03-27
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Mitsubishi Electric Corp. recently announced that it has developed a prototype electric vehicle (EV) motor system with a built-in silicon carbide inverter. The system is the smallest of its kind, the company claims, measuring half the dimensions of its existing EV motor system. 
2012-03-27
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Many design engineering departments continue to struggle to find enough engineering resources to develop new products, whether due to hiring constraints or the ability to secure talent.
2012-03-27
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Sustainability and sustainable manufacturing are driving forces for many industries, including mobile equipment, especially as companies develop Tier 4 platforms.
2012-03-27
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MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions has announced the formation of the new Engineered Plastics Company (EPC)—a merger of its Polymer Technologies business in Whitewater, WI, with EPC of Menomonee Falls, WI.
2012-03-26
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Sustainability provides an opportunity to affect a fundamental shift in the market—seizing this opportunity can give businesses a significant competitive advantage.
2012-03-26
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Altair Engineering’s NVH Director is the first commercial software tool that makes full-vehicle NVH simulation possible in the most advanced and streamlined form, according to the company.
2012-03-26
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Edmund Optics’ Techspec fluorescence bandpass filters are matched to common fluorophores used in fluorescence imaging applications.
2012-03-26
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The LS-7 side-mount level switches from Gems are made from high-temperature Versaplast engineered plastic for applications up to 300°F.
2012-03-26
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ITT Interconnect Solutions’ PHD38999 fiber-optic interconnect is suited for harsh-environment applications.
2012-03-26
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FAW, a maker of trucks, buses, special vehicles, and passenger cars in China, is partnering with U.S.-based Freescale to shorten the automaker's vehicle-development cycle. The alliance will take the form of a joint lab at an existing FAW tech center.
2012-03-26
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LightPath Technologies entered into a $1.1 million research and development contract with Raytheon Vision Systems for the development of low-cost manufacturing processes for IR optics. The award is in support of Raytheon Vision Systems' $13.4 million DARPA, Low Cost Thermal Imaging Manufacturing (LCTI-M) program, which intends to develop a wafer scale manufacturing process that will result in a camera on a chip, making thermal imagers affordable, accessible, and ubiquitous to every warfighter.
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