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2011-02-05
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The simple turbocharger is reaching its limit in technical development, and any additional gains will be incremental, not fundamental.
2011-02-05
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Graduate students at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) have developed their first concept car, dubbed Deep Orange. Based on a BMW 1 Series, the car is a range-extended electric vehicle (EV)—similar in architecture to the Chevrolet Volt—expected to achieve the equivalent of 100 mpg for a combined U.S. EPA city/highway cycle.
2011-02-05
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The plug-in model, currently undergoing field-testing worldwide, has 12-13 mi (19-21 km) EV range and delivers typical Prius hybrid mileage. The battery pack is lithium-ion-nickel vs. the lower cost nickel-metal-hydride pack in conventional Prius hybrids.
2011-02-05
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Suzhou Mingzhi Casting Technology is casting one-piece automotive aluminum parts consisting of motor housings and converter housings with an included inner water channel instead of the former process, which featured two different casting parts welded together to create one piece.
2011-02-05
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Cognex’ Checker 4G vision sensor offers power and ease of use plus ethernet networking for remote setup and monitoring, programmable logic control communication through EtherNet/IP and PROFINET, and the ability to save inspection images to an FTP server.
2011-02-05
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“If the U.S. military increases its use of alternative fuels, there will be no direct benefit to the nation's armed forces,” according to a recently released Rand study.
2011-02-04
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While the SAE International of 2011—and beyond—in some ways will look similar to how it looks today, it also will look very different. A disciplined approach will enable the organization to significantly invest in new programs, products, and services that better reflect the transforming needs and expectations of all constituents.
2011-02-03
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General Motors has named Mary Barra Senior Vice President, Global Product Development, to lead the design, engineering, program management, and quality of vehicles for the company’s 11 global brands. Her team will also manage global strategic product alliances.
2011-02-03
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The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), the U.S. EPA, and the state of California announced a single time frame for proposing fuel-economy and greenhouse gas standards for MY2017-2025 cars and light-duty trucks.
2011-02-01
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Subaru’s ER12 Rammer engine features a balanced design intended for the demanding application of rammers.
2011-02-01
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The WindMaster Revolution is Horton's hybrid-flow fan that combines the features of axial-, mixed-, and radial-flow fan technology.
2011-02-01
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Haldex EMS is an integrated vehicle propulsion and implement system that recovers and redeploys vehicle kinetic energy to improve fuel savings on mobile equipment including lift trucks and wheel loaders.
2011-02-01
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Force Control Industries' MagnaShear motor brake uses oil shear technology to lengthen service life in harsh applications.
2011-02-01
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Clamping and manipulation devices from Tecnomors are added to the portfolio of workholding and machining accessories available from 1st Machine Tool Accessories.
2011-02-01
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Laminates from Rogers ACM include the XT/duroid 8000 laminates for simpler multilayer designs of less than six layers and XT/duroid 8100 laminates for constructions of six or more layers.
2011-02-01
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Amphenol Industrial offers three compact, high-amperage, restriction of hazardous substance-compliant Radsok PCB connectors for various power bus applications.
2011-02-01
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AGY’s 947 direct sizing system for E-Glass yarns addresses yarns used primarily in aerospace applications.
2011-02-01
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Alcoa has agreed to purchase the aerospace fastener business of TransDigm Group Inc. for approximately $240 million. The new business will become part of Alcoa Fastening Systems. TransDigm acquired the fastener business when it purchased McKechnie Aerospace in December.
2011-02-01
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Cummins Inc. has entered into an agreement to sell its exhaust business to Global Tube, a portfolio company of Wind Point Partners, a Chicago-headquartered private equity firm. The sale to Global Tube affects Cummins’ acoustic exhaust operations in Stoughton, Arcadia, Black River Falls, and Viroqua, all in Wisconsin, as well as in Scoresby, Australia, and Daman, India.
2011-02-01
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The IFH (Innovative Fluid Handling) Group uses aluminized steel on its fuel and hydraulic oil tanks for off-highway and specialty vehicles.
2011-01-31
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Saelig’s GP-24116 and 24132 combine a high-speed digital pattern generator, logic analyzer, and bidirectional protocol (SPI/I2C) host adapter with either 16 MB or 32 MB of internal memory.
2011-01-31
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Haivision’s Furnace 5.8 IP video system supports advanced integration, security, and control capabilities for IP video recording and distribution.
2011-01-31
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Altair Engineering Inc., a provider of simulation technology and engineering services, has acquired ACUSIM Software Inc. ACUSIM is a developer of massively scalable, high-fidelity CFD solver solutions.
2011-01-31
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Raytheon Co. has opened a new facility collocated with the U.S. military to enhance collaboration and industrial teaming on warfighter technologies and systems. Located at the Aberdeen Proving Ground's Government and Technology Enterprise (GATE Park)—a technology, research, and development business area for government and nongovernment users—the 75,000-ft² space includes office, lab, and customer presentation facilities.
2011-01-31
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The 0101 Series multilayer ceramic capacitor (MLCC) from AVX is claimed to be the industry's smallest MLCC.
2011-01-31
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Three new C Series models meet Tier 4 Interim emissions requirements.
2011-01-27
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Lockheed Martin awarded ATK a contract to provide the Thermal Control Subsystem for the Integrated Sensor is Structure (ISIS) program. Lockheed Martin leads an industry team in the development of an airship-based autonomous unmanned sensor with unique capabilities to track ground and air targets.
2011-01-27
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General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies received a $40.7 million contract from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) to build two additional 34-m wide beam waveguide antennas as part of NASA's modernization and transformation plan to continue scientific studies of the Earth as well as explore distant bodies in the solar system.
2011-01-27
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DARPA awarded Thermacore a $3 million contract extension to continue the development and commercialization of active heat sink technologies for Micro-technologies for Air-Cooled Exchangers (MACE). To qualify for the contract extension, Thermacore successfully created a thermal solution demonstrator using a combination of existing and developmental heat transfer technology that exceeded the requirements of the initial 24-month "base effort" phase of the contract.
2011-01-27
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Harris Canada Inc., a subsidiary of Harris Corp., recently opened its Calgary, Alberta, avionics operation, following a $2.3 million investment to enhance the facility. The Harris facility supports the work to be completed under the company's six-year, $273 million (CAD) services contract with the Government of Canada for the CF-18 Avionics Optimized Weapon System Support (OWSS) program.
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