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2011-07-21
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Wago's 2706 Series PCB terminal strips bring lever-operated terminations to compact electrical applications.
2011-07-19
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Although satisfied with 40 mpg highway, an 18% improvement that applies to all models, Hyundai actually expected higher numbers. The new model is longer and larger than its predecessor, fitting into the EPA compact class, and is powered by a 138 hp (103 kW) class-leading four-cylinder.
2011-07-19
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Five new-from-the-ground-up tractors, ranging from 200 to 280 hp, have many of the performance features found in Deere's larger 8R Series.
2011-07-18
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The Coupe marks the first two-seat volume production model in the brand’s history, and a roadster version is in the pipeline.
2011-07-18
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Focusing on function before form is emerging as a productive design approach.
2011-07-18
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In an early step to impose a requirement that vehicles operating in electric mode produce some kind of sound to alert blind people to their presence in low-speed situations such as at intersections, NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) is seeking comment.
2011-07-18
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Infineon Technologies extends its XC2000 automotive microcontroller (MCU) family to enable 32-bit equivalent performance at 8-bit prices.
2011-07-18
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As the first devices in a family of Super Barrier Rectifiers (SBR) designed for automotive applications, Diodes’ rugged rectifiers enable automotive designers to increase the reliability of motor control, display panel, and LED lighting circuits.
2011-07-18
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Atmel’s ATA6843 and ATA6844 are a set of highly integrated system basis gate driver integrated circuits (ICs).
2011-07-18
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austriamicrosystems’ AS5410 linear position sensor integrated circuit (IC) senses absolute position in automotive applications and provides the highest resolution position information available.
2011-07-18
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The RAPID integrated, multiloop control and data acquisition system from Wineman Technology is designed for applications that demand quick development and low-cost deployment.
2011-07-18
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Honeywell has its eye on multiple technologies to improve aircraft emissions and efficiency, including fuel and landing gears.
2011-07-18
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Traditional aluminum alloys are being replaced by titanium and composites in many aerospace applications because when aluminum is bonded to composites, aluminum begins to corrode.
2011-07-18
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While it once took up to 10 years to develop a new aircraft engine, the industry average has now shrunk to about two. Rolls-Royce is working to condense that time even further with the use of Isight and its drag-and-drop capability for creating simulation process flows.
2011-07-18
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Unlocking the full potential of lithium-ion battery technology.
2011-07-18
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It’s still about safety, quality, and value.
2011-07-18
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Internal-combustion engine technologies offer the potential to cut tailpipe CO2 emissions by about 40% at a cost to consumers of $50 to $60 per percentage point of reduction for an average passenger car, according to Boston Consulting Group's recently released report, Powering Autos to 2020: The Era of the Electric Car?
2011-07-18
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New platform approach manages increasing vehicle complexity.
2011-07-18
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Developed for medium- and heavy-duty truck engines, Federal-Mogul’s electrical brushless diesel fuel pump features improved durability.
2011-07-18
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Xinde Technology Co. expects to complete construction of a new 3000-m2 (32,300-ft2) workshop dedicated to the production of 6CT/6LT series diesel engines in December. On completion, production capacity for the new combustion engines will increase to 50,000 units annually.
2011-07-18
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Production of electric motors from a joint venture between Daimler and Bosch is slated to begin in early 2012, with first application of the units in the new-generation Smart for two in the same year.
2011-07-18
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Dow Chemical Co. and Japan's Ube Industries, Ltd. (Ube) on July 6 announced they would form a joint venture to manufacture and market formulated electrolytes for lithium-ion batteries in energy-storage applications.
2011-07-18
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Porsche Consulting, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG in Stuttgart, Germany, is creating a subsidiary in the U.S. Porsche Consulting Inc., to be headquartered in Atlanta, GA, will begin operations in October with 10 consultants.
2011-07-18
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Next-generation systems could offer significant vehicle integration benefits for more vehicles.
2011-07-18
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The challenge for the next generation of ‘computers on wheels’ will be to develop the right protection needed at the best price, the most efficient way, and with the highest reliability.
2011-07-18
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The ethernet networking technology that dominates office and home environments is beginning to gain a foothold in automotive applications. Freescale Semiconductor recently unveiled a camera-based concept that relies on the ubiquitous network, and a number of other companies are in various stages of research and deployment.
2011-07-18
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The company is now refining a system that reliably identifies an animal, alerts the driver, and if necessary applies a vehicle’s brakes.
2011-07-13
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The company's current prototype has 11,628 monocrystalline silicon solar cells, 10,748 of which are attached atop the wing and another 880 atop the horizontal stabilizer.
2011-07-13
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A forthcoming satellite will use charge coupled devices to make a precise 3-D map of the galaxy by measuring the relative positions and proper motions of more than a thousand million stars.
2011-07-12
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GKN engineers have combined existing technologies to create an AWD system that decouples the vehicle's rear driveline when not required and reconnects when needed. Presto! AWD to FWD.
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