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2011-11-14
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Though shy of taking the leap to CATIA V6, the Canadian aircraft OEM put substantial investment in a new PLM infrastructure around V5.
2011-11-14
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Southwest Microwave’s SSBP-20 miniature microwave coax contact assemblies fit into the small, standard size 20 contact cavities of D-subminiature connectors and also size 20 (and larger) contact cavities for standard MIL-DTL-38999 circular connectors.
2011-11-14
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Siliconix military-grade n-channel power MOSFETs (metal oxide semiconductor field-effect transistors) from Vishay Intertechnology are suited for military, space, and avionics applications.
2011-11-14
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Specialized Products’ QuadLink turns any brand 6- or 12-V dc battery charger into a four-station maintenance charger, automatically splitting and distributing all of the charger’s capabilities into 10-min sequencing charge segments.
2011-11-14
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SHANGHAI, CHINA—Monday afternoon, Nov. 14—Who better to open the 2011 Vehicle Battery Summit (VBS) than the auto industry’s best-known “battery guru,” Dr. Menahem Anderman?
2011-11-14
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SHANGHAI, CHINA—Monday morning, Nov. 14, 2011—There’s never been an event like it: four days of in-depth technology sessions, workshops, and professional networking, all focused on the main elements of the electrified vehicle propulsion system.
2011-11-11
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Recent upgrades to Intertek sites in China, Europe, and the U.S. reflect the automotive industry's worldwide push for testing space to certify electrified vehicle batteries, charging stations, and various EV ancillary components.
2011-11-11
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The MFA 9000 gas analysis device from WITT-Gasetechnik assists quality inspectors and service technicians in determining the composition of gases.
2011-11-11
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Asylum Research’s Variable Field Module 2 for MFP-3D atomic force microscopes assists researchers who want to apply magnetic fields to their atomic force microscopy (AFM) experiments and applies continuously adjustable magnetic fields parallel to the sample plane approaching one Tesla with one Gauss resolution.
2011-11-11
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Made from nickel alloys, a new type of gasket from ElringKlinger is specially engineered for the high exhaust temperatures of turbocharged engines.
2011-11-11
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Both refrigerants are blends, normally not favored by the automotive industry. But both are likely to cost much less than R-1234yf, the current industry choice for a low-global-warming refrigerant. And one, AC-6, is far less flammable.
2011-11-11
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Telecentric lenses from Lensation, designed for 2/3-in charge-coupled-device sensors with a 5-megapixel resolution, enable users to significantly improve measuring accuracy.
2011-11-11
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The 02 series of amendments to UN ECE (United Nations Economic Commission for Europe) Regulation No. 117 recently have been published, according to InterRegs, an online resource for global vehicle safety and emissions regulations. 
2011-11-10
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Aluminum is better than carbon fiber for lightweight production vehicles in Ferrari's view because of the compromises needed to build carbon-fiber cars quickly.
2011-11-09
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Clever acoustic engineering kept Porsche's icon sounding like a proper 911. The 2012 Carrera and Carrera S also feature a new ZF seven-speed manual gearbox.
2011-11-09
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Kawasaki Motor Corp. is the first company to use a new combination of SAE standards in certifying the power ratings of small engines, potentially spurring competitors to do likewise.
2011-11-08
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Machine saves many cylinders from going to scrap heap. Repair shop uses new hone to bring farmed-out work in-house, increase profit, improve deliveries.
2011-11-08
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At the launch of its North American operations on Oct. 24, China's BYD promised to create 150 green-collar engineering and management jobs focused on research and development. Company officials said that the operation, based in Los Angeles, will also serve as the focal point for privately owned BYD dealerships across the continent.
2011-11-07
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Lockheed Martin Corp. has acquired Sim-Industries B.V., a commercial aviation simulation company located in the Netherlands. The combination of Sim-Industries with Lockheed Martin’s military simulation business will provide airlines, civil pilot training centers, and military customers access to training systems that can be provided more quickly and with lower operating costs.
2011-11-07
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The Missile Defense Agency awarded Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne a $14 million contract to test new liquid-propulsion technologies that could be used to help intercept incoming ballistic missiles. The tests, using a liquid Divert and Attitude Control System (DACS), are designed to enhance performance and reduce technological risks associated with the SM-3 Block IIB missile.
2011-11-07
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AAR Corp. signed a definitive agreement to purchase Telair International GmbH and Nordisk Aviation Products AS from Teleflex Inc. The acquisition adds to AAR's commercial manufacturing business and enhances its ability to capitalize on commercial aircraft build cycles as a Tier 1 supplier to Airbus and Boeing.
2011-11-07
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Boeing, Embraer, and the Sao Paulo State Research Foundation (FAPESP) announced plans to collaborate on long-term aviation biofuels-related research and development. Boeing, Embraer, and FAPESP are leading the development of a detailed report outlining the opportunities and challenges of creating a cost-effective, bio-derived, and sustainable jet-fuel production and distribution industry in Brazil.
2011-11-07
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GE Aviation recently broke ground at the site of its new jet engine components factory in Auburn, AL. The 300,000-ft² advanced manufacturing plant will produce precision, super-alloy machined parts for GE jet engines, which will power future commercial and military aircraft, and support the vast fleet of GE jet engines already in service.
2011-11-06
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Cat says it talked to customers and non-customers to learn what they needed in next-generation wheel feller bunchers.
2011-11-06
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One of the more prevalent unsolved mysteries over the past couple of years has been whether Boeing would ultimately replace the 737 with an all-new design, or offer a re-engined version.
2011-11-04
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An end-of-line camshaft inspection gauge from Adcole provides upgraded submicron accuracy and high-speed production monitoring of up to 200 parts/h.
2011-11-04
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Dow Automotive Systems' AERIFY diesel particulate filters (DPFs) provide very low backpressure for improved engine performance while reducing fuel consumption and lowering carbon dioxide emissions as compared with other DPF technologies, claims the company.
2011-11-04
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Gentech’s SCR sensor is designed to detect the presence of and measure the level and temperature of AdBlue, the diesel emission fluid used in exhaust aftertreatment to reduce NOx emissions.
2011-11-03
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The Sport Technologies badge goes global in 2012 with the launch of the Ford Focus ST, the first high-performance model powered by an EcoBoost engine.
2011-11-03
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The idle stop-start system uses a starter rated at 350,000 cycles, higher-output charging system, and absorbent glass mat battery. Both models offer the UVO infotainment system.
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