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2012-02-23
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Uson’s Optima vT leak and flow tester includes one or two test channels with four sensors each, customizable pneumatics, multiple built-in automated calculators, and data handling and storage options.
2012-02-23
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TE Connectivity’s high-temperature shrink tape saves time and resources when bundling wire harnesses.
2012-02-23
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Linear Technology’s synchronous step-down controller provides true current mode control with submilliohm direct current resistance sensing.
2012-02-22
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Government EV mandates don't necessarily match with consumer demand, but hybrid enthusiasm among Gen Y consumers might swing future car buying in the electrified direction. Until then the regulatory authorities may need to help persuade a skeptical public.
2012-02-21
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Setra Systems’ AccuSense Model ASM ultrahigh-performance pressure transducer is designed to provide accuracy, stability, and overpressure protection within demanding test environments.
2012-02-21
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C&K’s PWR series power push-button switch allows single-step processing of surface-mount device boards and is designed for demanding power applications.
2012-02-21
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International Rectifier’s AUIR0815S automotive-qualified IC features high output current in excess of 10 A to drive large insulated gate bipolar transistors or metal oxide semiconductor field-effect transistors in inverter stages for the powertrains of hybrid and electric vehicles.
2012-02-21
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A study by a team of engineers from Honeywell provides evidence for an equivalency of performance of a head-down, primary flight display with synthetic vision and Enhanced Vision—a Combined Vision System—to the performance with a HUD with IR imagery.
2012-02-21
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AFS Connect provides immediate information to aid in fleet management, performance analysis, remote file management, and even supports two-way messaging, among other key features, says Case IH.
2012-02-21
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Unveiled in Paris will be the Dana Rexroth R3 hydromechanical variable transmission, the first powersplit system available from the joint venture between Dana and Bosch Rexroth AG.
2012-02-21
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New Tier 4 engines, hydrostatic drive systems, and Z-bar loader linkages are some of the features that Caterpillar has designed into its next-generation wheel loaders.
2012-02-21
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Mico says its Full-Power Brake System provides added control for multiwheeled vehicles operated both on- and off-highway. As many as eight wheels can be controlled independently of the others.
2012-02-20
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Jeju Air, the fastest-growing low-cost carrier (LCC) in South Korea, selected Honeywell Aerospace to provide a full suite of avionics for its new fleet of Boeing 737-800 NG passenger aircraft. This contract covers six aircraft that are expected to be delivered between 2013 and 2017.
2012-02-20
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Pratt & Whitney Global Service Partners has begun construction on the company's new facility at Singapore's Seletar Aerospace Park. The new, approximately 15,000-m² manufacturing facility and office building will be the latest addition to Pratt & Whitney Global Service Partners' comprehensive suite of businesses in Singapore, with an office area housing production management, various support functions, and Global Services Engineering–Asia, which provides aftermarket repair design innovation to provide airline customers optimum air-worthy, high-quality, cost-effective material reuse solutions.
2012-02-20
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With increasing complexity of automotive electronics and software making life difficult for engineers, IBM and Elektrobit integrate tresos inside Rational Rhapsody to help develop systems compliant with the AUTOSAR standard.
2012-02-20
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Electric motors are becoming more widespread in vehicles as electric power steering and stop-start add to the volumes used by hybrid and electric vehicles. This growth is driving demand for power handling devices that are smaller yet still provide high current capabilities.
2012-02-20
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Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America is supplying a rear-seat entertainment (RSE) system and new radio system to Mercedes-Benz for its 2012 M-Class and GL-Class vehicles. The system pushes technology, using optical networking, 2.4-GHz wireless headphones, and a compact six-disc DVD player.
2012-02-20
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Taking aim at upscale vehicles, which have many features squeezed into their doors, the chip eliminates the electromechanical relays now used for window control.
2012-02-20
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The number of communication channels coming into vehicles is growing as digital radio expands and automakers show more interest in vehicle-to-vehicle communications. That’s sparking more interest in software defined radio (SDR), which uses a single chipset to handle all these inputs.
2012-02-15
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Norwegian start-up’s easy-to-use NDT technology for carbon fiber-reinforced plastics has been adopted by EADS.
2012-02-15
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A new concept for a 100% plastic prototype door panel has the potential to provide a weight reduction of up to 40% compared to conventional steel door panels but with equivalent performance (static strength), according to two JSP engineers who will present details of the prototype at the SAE 2012 World Congress in Detroit.
2012-02-14
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The 2012 SAE World Congress is slated for April 24-26 in Detroit. With the exception of this preview article, the Technology Report section in this edition highlights some of the 1100-plus technical papers to be presented. For more information about the SAE 2012 World Congress, visit www.sae.org/congress.
2012-02-14
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Thermal management of a battery pack is one of the main factors to be considered in the pack design, especially for those with indirect air or indirect liquid cooling since the cooling medium is not in contact with the battery cells.
2012-02-14
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Johnson Controls estimates that 70% of 2015 vehicle production will have idle stop-start. The AGM (absorbent glass mat) battery, with 3-4 times the cycle life of a conventional flooded cell lead-acid, is the battery of choice for all but low-feature-content cars, which may use the enhanced flooded-cell type.
2012-02-14
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Oerlikon Graziano's clutchless multispeed transmission designed for EVs uses dual-clutch technology principles.
2012-02-14
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Ford Motor Co.'s top engineer, Derrick Kuzak, has announced his retirement effective April 1. Replacing him in the position of Group Vice President, Global Product Development, will be Raj Nair, who currently serves Ford as Vice President, Engineering, Global Product Development.
2012-02-14
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How crowded is the "white space" around electrified-vehicle intellectual property? A veteran advanced-engineering expert says it's not as bad as you might think.
2012-02-14
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As Chief Technology Officer and Vice President with responsibility for the Product Development & Global Technology Division, Tana L. Utley has been focused on solving the technical challenges of reducing diesel engine emissions in accordance with U.S. EPA and equivalent global regulations.
2012-02-14
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The Cadillac model comes out in late spring, with ATS to follow in mid-summer also with R-1234yf. Paperwork regulatory issues delay production from DuPont-Honeywell joint venture plant in China. SAE committee chairman asks EPA to expedite approvals for service equipment.
2012-02-13
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For the industry to truly leverage high-volume production in order to lower battery costs, it needs to reduce the proliferation of different battery cell types and configurations. Don't expect that to happen any time soon.
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