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2011-04-29
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The QuickSwitch 6259R RoHS-compliant network switch from Electro Standards Laboratories is a manually operated 16-channel ST simplex fiber optic A/B/Offline switch that features microelectromechanical systems-based mirror/prism switch technology and supports Gigabit data rates.
2011-04-29
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Caterpillar Inc. and Shaanxi Fast Gear Co., Ltd. have signed an agreement to form a joint venture that will manufacture drivetrain systems and other complex components for Caterpillar machinery and produce a full line of on-highway automatic transmissions.
2011-04-29
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Wheel fastener RP-1000E6 from TorcUP is designed for the commercial truck, bus, and mass transit industries and achieves a non-impacting, ±5% accurate torque.
2011-04-29
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Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) has placed an initial purchase order for multiple engines from Cyclone Power Technologies Inc., valued at approximately $400,000. The work will be performed at Cyclone’s facility in Florida.
2011-04-28
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APEM adds two durably constructed IH-series Hall-effect switches for rugged, harsh environments.
2011-04-28
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Amphenol Industrial's IP67-rated ePower 400A connectors are suitable for mechanical, electrical, chemical, and thermal energy storage systems and can operate from 800 to 1000 V dc with integrated electromagnetic interface shielding.
2011-04-28
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Rustlick offers Ultracut Pro bioresistant water-soluble oil cutting fluid for a range of applications.
2011-04-28
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JST's LEB Series board-to-board and wire-to-board crimp-style disconnectable connectors are suitable for low-profile LED light bar applications.
2011-04-27
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SAE International and the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) on April 27 announced that the two organizations have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to establish a strategic partnership in vehicular technology related to the smart grid.
2011-04-27
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EADS researchers are using lasers and electron beams to build working, "geometrically optimized" aerospace parts layer by layer from CAD files.
2011-04-26
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Bosch has moved into its fifth generation of micromechanical sensors for airbag control unit applications as well as advancing the state of the art for automatic transmission and air-conditioning sensing applications.
2011-04-26
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New internal-combustion engine for the U.S. is close in performance to naturally aspirated six-cylinder. It features twin-scroll turbo, direct injection, Valvetronic variable lift and timing system, electric water pump, and spray-on cylinder “liners.” Active-E all-electric car test fleet goes into lease-program phase later this year.
2011-04-25
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The 2012 model is wider, longer, but lower and gets 2.0-L turbo gasoline and diesel as optional powerplants, with a choice of a dual-shift gearbox or six-speed manual transmission.
2011-04-25
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With workspace for more than 1000 engineers, a new technical center being planned by TRW Inc. for Shanghai will be among the company's largest worldwide. Slated to open in 2013, the tech center will house research and development, engineering design and application, and testing and validation activities across all of TRW's product lines—and will be able to directly provide its customers with technical and commercial services, according to the company.
2011-04-25
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Volvo Buses and SAIC Motors of China plan to form a Shanghai-based joint venture for engineering and production of advanced drivelines to be used in hybrid and electric buses. Volvo Buses will invest 40 million RMB and SAIC 60 million RMB in the new company, Shanghai Green Bus Drive System Co.
2011-04-25
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Dassault Systèmes releases Abaqus WorldSID (Worldwide Side Impact Dummy) 50th percentile male dummy model from its SIMULIA brand.
2011-04-25
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Two Hella employees with engineering degrees and backgrounds have moved up the corporate ladder. Mark Brainard has been promoted from Vice President of Program Management at Hella Electronics to Vice President of Sales at Hella's Corporate Center in Plymouth, MI.
2011-04-25
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General Motors engineers put the new model on the stout Global Epsilon architecture, wrapping it in a slick body and gave it eAssist stop-start electrification.
2011-04-25
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SPM Automation (Canada)'s 3C (Complete Contour Compensation) surface scanning system inspects parts prior to processing, eliminating scrap and improving overall equipment effectiveness.
2011-04-25
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The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe has beefed up it regulations on electric vehicle safety, according to global regulations compiler InterRegs. The 01 series of amendments to UN ECE Regulation 100 accounts for the most recent battery and electric vehicle technology and extends the scope of the regulation to include all vehicles equipped with an electric traction motor, including fuel-cell vehicles.
2011-04-21
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Of the 756 clean-tech patents issued in 2010 by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, General Motors earned 135—the most of any company, according to the Clean Energy Patent Growth Index published by Heslin Rothenberger, Farley & Mesiti P.C.
2011-04-20
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Actio says that OEMs and suppliers have learned the hard way what happens when a company’s material approval process workflow is not integrated with MSDS management.
2011-04-20
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Aurora Bearing offers three various series of parts constructed from a low-carbon steel raceway to improve ball/race durability with comparable load capacity.
2011-04-19
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Ubisense believes the off-highway industry could benefit by embracing a better sense of location.
2011-04-19
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Johnson Controls' lightweight rear-seat system joins the two materials using new adhesive bonding technology.
2011-04-19
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HS Series slewing ring bearings from Kaydon handle moment loads up to 139,900 lb·ft (189,680 N·m) to deliver improved load and thrust with space savings.
2011-04-19
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Rotor Clip's TruWave wave springs and retaining rings were designed to conserve material and reduce design space in fluid power assemblies by combining the benefits of both.
2011-04-19
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LED ground lighting from LEDtronics improves safety, efficiency, and reduces maintenance costs for rail locomotives, according to the company.
2011-04-19
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From 2014, MTU plans to introduce new Tier 4 Final engines of the Series 1000, 1100, 1300, and 1500 equipped with exhaust gas recirculation, SCR units, and diesel particulate filters. Also from 2014, the future Series 1600 engines will extend the program up to 730 kW (980 hp).
2011-04-19
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EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality Director Margo Oge outlined the government's first steps toward 2017-2025 fuel-economy rulemaking, on an SAE Congress technical panel. Veteran engineers on the panel noted that the industry needs time to find affordable technology solutions.
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