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2010-07-21
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Dytran Instruments’ 3363A miniature triaxial accelerometers for modal analysis testing are robust, laser-welded titanium units that include ceramic sensing elements coupled to ultralow-noise junction field-effect transistor electronics.
2010-07-21
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Ophir-Spiricon’s UV ND filter system consists of modular, slide-in, neutral-density attenuators and a C-mount holder designed to attenuate ultraviolet laser beams so they are at the proper intensity for charge-coupled device or pyroelectric cameras.
2010-07-21
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The U.S. Army Logistics Innovation Agency (LIA) in June hosted demonstrations at Fort Lee (Virginia) of an MIT-developed prototype unmanned robotic lift truck from Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A., Inc. capable of locating, lifting, moving, and placing palletized supplies within an existing outdoor supply depot.
2010-07-19
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Weight reduction on the Mazda2 was achieved in two ways: application of new materials and methods to make body structure lighter and stronger, and examining parts and subassemblies to find reductions wherever possible, similar to the gram strategy used on the MX-5 sportscar program.
2010-07-19
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The SLS AMG E-Cell is very much an advanced design, and at a media event in Kristiansund, Norway, full details were revealed of this more environmentally compatible version of the gullwing gasoline internal-combustion-engine version of the SLS, production of which is likely to be limited to as many as 100.
2010-07-19
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In addition to exceeding the most stringent car manufacturer standards for cleanliness and protection, Pennzoil Ultra exceeds the 2010 GF-5 specification’s requirements for cleanliness and protection.
2010-07-19
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The complexities of developing a global hybrid and plug-in electric vehicle society are massive in terms of design, safety, production, and infrastructure. But an area that is now receiving increasing attention concerns rare earth metals, essential for high-power, lightweight magnets used in electric vehicles and for battery applications.
2010-07-19
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The navigation and features of www.sae.org are much improved, thanks to member feedback and input.
2010-07-19
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Hella will be hiring engineers and other "staff professionals" in North America through the third quarter of this year to meet a growing demand for automotive electronic components. The global supplier of electronics and lighting products expects to fill more than 20 positions at its facilities in Plymouth, MI, and Flora, IL, according to Dr.
2010-07-19
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Boeing has chosen North Charleston, SC, as the location for its new 787 Dreamliner interiors fabrication facility. The new fabrication factory will be 10 mi from Boeing's 787 final assembly and delivery site in North Charleston.
2010-07-19
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Goodrich Corp. and Turkish Technic Inc. signed an agreement to form a joint-venture company to provide maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services in Istanbul, Turkey. The JV, known as Goodrich Turkish Technic Service Center, will provide nacelle, thrust reverser, and related component services including rotable support.
2010-07-19
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Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. and Lockheed Martin Corp. will compete jointly for the contract to replace the U.S. Air Force's fleet of combat search and rescue helicopters. The two companies signed a teaming agreement formalizing their intent to offer an advanced version of Sikorsky's UH-60M Black Hawk helicopter for the USAF's HH-60 Personnel Recovery Recapitalization program (HH-60 Recap).
2010-07-19
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Volvo Aero signed an agreement to sell its Boca Raton, FL-based subsidiary Volvo Aero Services. The sale of Volvo Aero Services is part of Volvo Aero’s strategy to focus on its core operations of developing and manufacturing components for aircraft engines, combined with an effort to reduce tied-up capital.
2010-07-19
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The U.S. Air Force awarded Northrop Grumman Corp. a contract to provide mission planning software systems and tools so that warfighters can quickly and effectively plan missions and transfer required data to aircraft avionics.
2010-07-19
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By committing to a carbon-fiber body for its 2013 MegaCity electric vehicle, BMW is driving design, process, and materials technologies that will help push the strong, lightweight composite closer to the automotive mainstream, according to an expert in lightweight material applications.
2010-07-19
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Looking beyond Tier 4 Final regulations, Cummins predicts technologies such as onboard diagnostics, telematics, various hybrid systems, and waste heat recovery methods will become more common as the industry looks toward the future of more efficient diesel power.
2010-07-19
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About 1% of all buses suffer some form of fire incident each year. Some of these fires have serious consequences. The results from a large project investigating bus fires will be presented at the FIVE (Fires in Vehicles) conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, in late September. The work has been carried out by SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Department of Fire Technology, on behalf of the National Road Authorities in Norway and Sweden.
2010-07-19
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Mentor Graphics asks how can the value of extra sales gained from a strategy based on individually tailored products be balanced against the cost of multiple derivatives.
2010-07-19
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One of the key factors driving innovation over the past two decades has been the increased adoption of electronics and electrohydraulic systems.
2010-07-19
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Tenneco has aftertreatment strategies in place that it says are leading the industry in emissions control system development.
2010-07-19
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As a diesel engine manufacturer, MTU’s product portfolio has been and continues to be shaped by the requirements set forth by EPA and its counterparts in countries around the world.
2010-07-19
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With over 10,000 industry standard and custom designed connection systems for a variety of industries and applications, Delphi understands the distinct needs of our off-highway customers and can make the right connection between innovation and value.
2010-07-19
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Perkins’ engineers have responded to the highly technical challenge of Tier 4 by focusing on engine solutions that meet the needs of OEM customers.
2010-07-15
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Eaton Corp. and Shanghai Aircraft Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (SAMC), a subsidiary of Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China (COMAC), have signed a joint-venture agreement to support the COMAC C919 single-aisle commercial aircraft program.
2010-07-15
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AVX Aircraft Co. has responded to a Broad Agency Announcement from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) seeking designs for a tactical fly-drive vehicle known as the Transformer (TX). 
2010-07-15
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Harris Corp. has been awarded follow-on contracts by the U.S. Navy totaling nearly $30 million to upgrade the Tactical Airborne Moving Map Capability (TAMMAC) Digital Map System. The Digital Map Computer provides military aircrews with sophisticated moving maps and other critical mission information via cockpit displays.
2010-07-13
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Sikorsky Aerospace Services (SAS), the aftermarket division of Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., has acquired LifePort Inc., a Woodland, WA-based aircraft accessories manufacturer that specializes in air medical systems, lightweight armor, interior furnishings, and Enflite galley equipment for fixed and rotary wing aircraft.
2010-07-13
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Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China Ltd. (COMAC) selected Honeywell to provide the wheels and brakes, brake control system, and tires for the new C919 airliner. Honeywell’s carbon brake solution will reduce aircraft weight, translating into decreased operating costs from a lower fuel burn and a longer brake life.
2010-07-13
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GE Aviation received an award from the U.S. FAA as part of the Continuous Lower Energy, Emissions, and Noise (CLEEN) program—a joint FAA-industry program to accelerate the development and maturation of aircraft and engine technologies that reduce noise and emissions and improve fuel burn.
2010-07-13
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Spirit AeroSystems Inc. has opened its new 500,000-ft² manufacturing facility in Kinston, NC. Employees at the facility will design and manufacture the composite center fuselage upper and lower shells and front wing spar for the Airbus A350 XWB.
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