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2011-04-10
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Owens Corning’s HydroStrand is a chopped strand glass fiber for high-performance polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) composites.
2011-04-10
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Markin Tubing improves its Galfan coating/epoxy topcoat application process, suited for high-pressure applications where controlled weld bead height and reliability are critical.
2011-04-10
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Ashland's Valvoline UltraMax product line includes engine oils, gear oils, transmission fluids, and hydraulic oils designed to extend the life of off-highway engines and equipment.
2011-04-07
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The VAR 3005 dual-voltage supply source from Teseq offers two power sources in one unit.
2011-04-07
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ZF introduces the Ecomix II type CML 10 low-speed concrete mixer with up to 10-m³ (33-ft³) drum capacity and an output up to 62,000 N•m (45,730 lb•ft).
2011-04-07
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A 1- to 12-lamp electronic flasher for operating LED and incandescent lights from Waytek features a solid-state, three-pin configuration with no moving parts.
2011-04-07
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The ZF hybrid component of the ErgoPower series offers improved environmental protection and covers electric machines and complete hybrid systems from one source.
2011-04-07
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The Arens 6-kW (8-hp) Powerpac dc/ac converter for hybrid vehicles provides true sine wave power for demanding truck, bus, agricultural, and construction equipment environments.
2011-04-07
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Molex' SST DN4 DeviceNet USB interface module offers a high-performance solution for industrial communication.
2011-04-07
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Dynamic Intelligent Solutions’ (DIS) ChamberCam system combines proven photogrammetry hardware and software with current thermal management technology to provide product engineers the ability to accurately measure parts in real time during thermal cycling in an environmental chamber.
2011-04-07
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Want to be a published author and expose your work to a global audience? Writing an SAE technical paper offers worldwide reach and industry recognition.
2011-04-06
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After a 42-year hiatus, the Boss 302 returns for the 2012 model year with the power and handling to advance the legendary Ford name.
2011-04-06
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At the SAE World Congress April 12-14, THT will have on display its TH-Mission CGVT, which consists of a simple structure that makes it easy to manufacture while also providing optimal power delivery, as well as being billed as "the only transmission powered by a motor."
2011-04-05
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Hawe Hydraulik has redesigned the housing of its V30E-270 variable displacement axial-piston pump and added a new load-sensing controller to its V60N.
2011-04-05
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Pike Research predicts sales of full and partial electric vehicles will cross the 1 million mark by 2015. Among the two types of plug-in electric vehicles, battery-electric vehicles (also called pure or full electric vehicles) will have the edge on a worldwide basis with 56% of total plug-in sales in 2015. 
2011-04-05
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Ford and Volkswagen recently began vehicle production at revamped or new plants. Ford invested $550 million in what used to be its truck plant in Wayne, MI, to produce cars and SUVs. The company claims the Michigan Assembly Plant is the first in the world that can accommodate gasoline-fueled, battery electric, hybrid electric, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles on the same line.
2011-04-05
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BorgWarner supplies its latest B-series generation turbochargers for the newly developed Deutz 6.1-L, six-cylinder, heavy-duty diesel engine used in the agricultural machinery segment, with start of production in January 2011.
2011-04-05
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Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics’ Norglide yoke bearing is designed to reduce friction for automotive steering applications and lower CO2 emissions.
2011-04-05
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Citing a corporate emphasis on vehicle electrification, Volvo Car Corp. has announced that it plans to fill about 1200 mainly technical positions over the next year. The majority of the new recruitments will be engineers within Research and Development.
2011-04-05
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The Aquarius/SAC-D mission will provide scientists with a key missing variable in satellite observations of Earth that links ocean circulation, the global balance of freshwater, and climate.
2011-04-05
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Capacitors enable numerous mission-critical applications, from jet ignition to power supply systems.
2011-04-04
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Horton is now manufacturing its entire line of electronic viscous fan-drive products at its Britton, SD, facility, including its VMaster directly controlled and Stratis viscous drives. The electronic viscous line previously was manufactured in Germany.
2011-04-04
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Volvo Construction Equipment (CE) plans to spend US$100 million in its Shippensburg, PA, manufacturing facility over the next couple of years, and to start production of Volvo wheel loaders, excavators, and articulated haulers in North America.
2011-04-04
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The U.S. Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command (RDECOM) has selected Sturman Industries to execute the objective of SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) Topic A11-064 “Advanced Rotary Diesel Engine Fuel Injection System for Unmanned and Manned Ground Vehicles.”
2011-04-03
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Pulse Electronics’ ultra-thin, active global positioning system (GPS) antenna features global 3G functionality, including general packet radio service (GPRS), global system for mobile communications (GSM), universal mobile telephone system (UMTS), and wideband code division multiple access (WCDMA).
2011-04-03
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Freescale Semiconductor’s Qorivva MPC567xK family of 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) provides designers of automotive safety systems the ability to engineer advanced safety features such as blind-spot detection, lane-departure warning systems, side-view assistance, and adaptive headlights.
2011-04-01
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Based on the results of a successful technology demonstration, United Launch Alliance (ULA) announced a larger follow-on program with XCOR Aerospace to develop a liquid oxygen (LOX)/LH2 engine. Conceived as a lower-cost, risk-managed program compared to traditional engine development efforts, the multiyear project's main objective is to produce a flight-ready LOX/LH2 upper-stage engine in the 25,000- to 30,000-lb thrust class that costs significantly less to produce and is easier to operate and integrate than competing engine technologies.
2011-04-01
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Goodrich Corp. was awarded a contract to deliver two upgraded Senior Year Electro-Optical Reconnaissance Sensors (SYERS) to the U.S. Air Force for use on the U-2 platform. These upgrades, known as SYERS-2A, will enhance the U-2 functionality by adding extra multispectral imaging capability to the platform, providing significantly more utility in discerning imagery.
2011-04-01
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AeroMech Engineering Inc. (AME), a manufacturing firm supporting the unmanned aerial systems (UAS) market, has opened a new corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility in San Luis Obispo, CA. With this move, AME has doubled its production and engineering space, now occupying 78,000 ft², with a mixture of offices, labs, test stands, and production space.
2011-04-01
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Signal Innovations Group Inc. (SIG), a signal and image processing provider for defense and security, formed a strategic investment and technology development agreement with In-Q-Tel, the independent strategic investment firm that identifies innovative technology solutions to support the missions of the U.S. intelligence community.
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