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2010-06-23
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Wärtsilä has signed a joint venture agreement with the Russian company Transmashholding (TMH) to manufacture modern and multipurpose diesel engines in Russia. The engines, including a new and technically advanced version of the Wärtsilä 20 engine, will be used in shunter locomotives and for various marine and power applications.
2010-06-23
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Arctic Cat Inc. has entered into an agreement to transition its snowmobile engine manufacturing from Suzuki Motor Corp. The company will begin manufacturing some of its own snowmobile engines in St. Cloud, MN, after the 2014 model year.
2010-06-23
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NASA awarded Aurora Flight Sciences a contract to incorporate aspirated compressor technology into high-altitude gas turbine engines. Aspiration is a technique to increase the performance of a turbine engine by sucking air into slots in the compressor blades.
2010-06-23
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Curtiss-Wright Corp. has acquired Camberley, U.K.-based Specialist Electronics Services Ltd. (SES), a designer and manufacturer of rugged, security-encrypted data recorders, processors, display media, and software for aerospace and defense applications.
2010-06-23
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Aerojet and NEC Corp. signed an agreement to jointly supply Hayabusa-derived ion propulsion systems for the U.S. and Japanese aerospace markets. These ion propulsion systems provide significant advantages for geosynchronous satellites and deep-space missions through fuel efficiencies more than 10 times higher than those of conventional propulsion systems.
2010-06-23
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The Naval Surface Warfare Center awarded Lockheed Martin a $44 million follow-on production contract for the Target Sight System (TSS), the fire-control system for the U.S. Marine Corps' AH-1Z Cobra. The agreement authorizes production of 18 additional units.
2010-06-23
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The U.S. Air Force awarded Environmental Tectonics Corp.'s Training Services Group a contract to provide a suite of altitude chambers. The contract, valued at more than $38 million, calls for delivery of a suite of four altitude chambers to the 711th Human Performance Wing at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, OH, by June 2013.
2010-06-22
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LiuGong engineers optimized the hydraulic systems of the 904C and 906C to improve precision, promoting a 15% increase in cubic meters of materials handled per hour.
2010-06-21
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The cleverly engineered e-HDi system features a lead-acid battery, Valeo ISG, and Continental's e-booster technology. It will be used with diesel and gasoline combustion engines.
2010-06-21
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Verisurf Software and select resellers of CNC’s Mastercam have introduced Master3DGage, a portable rapid 3-D inspection solution that, they say, enables machine shops to significantly increase production and improve part quality.
2010-06-21
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DARPA awarded Grandis Inc. $8.6 million for the second phase of a research project developing spin-transfer torque random access memory (STT-RAM) chips. STT-RAM is a next-generation, solid-state memory technology that is dense, fast, nonvolatile, and radiation-hard, making it suited for defense applications.
2010-06-21
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Raytheon will develop an airborne launcher designed to employ radio frequency-guided TOW (tube-launched, optically tracked, wireless-guided) missiles. The new TOW airborne launcher will be compatible with past, present, and future versions of the TOW missile.
2010-06-21
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Knowledge gained from the lightweight Wolverine engine program has Ricardo engineers investigating automotive E-REV and APU applications.
2010-06-21
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Nissan North America recently looked to students in Carnegie Mellon University’s Master of Product Development program to develop real-world innovations for Nissan electric vehicles.
2010-06-21
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Kistler Instrument offers the Type 8688A series high-sensitivity IEPE triaxial accelerometers with optional transducer electronic data sheet designed to simultaneously measure vibration in three orthogonal axes.
2010-06-21
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Tracer Products introduces the TP-8697HD heavy-duty complete leak detection kit for capturing air-conditioning and fluid leaks.
2010-06-21
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Elsys Instruments expands its family of LAN-controlled transient recorders with the TraNET FE model.
2010-06-21
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Pro-Link iQ from Snap-on Industrial is a handheld diagnostic scan tool for commercial vehicles designed to diagnose vehicle engines, brakes, and transmission failures.
2010-06-21
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The LGR-5320 series of stand-alone, multifunction data acquisition loggers from Measurement Computing allows users to collect high-speed correlated analog and digital data without a computer.
2010-06-21
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The ASM Truck simulation model from dSPACE provides the features required for testing and validating electronic stability functions for directional stabilization and rollover protection.
2010-06-21
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Dassault Systemes releases the Isight 4.5 simulation process automation and design optimization solution and the Simulia execution engine 4.5 for executing Isight simulation process flows across computing resources.
2010-06-21
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Aim-TTi and Saelig partnered with the TG5011 combined function arbitrary pulse generator, covering a frequency range of 1 µHz to 50 MHz.
2010-06-21
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Consumers accustomed to flashy images on everything from iPods to HDTVs won’t settle for grainy or boring graphics on vehicle displays. That is prompting companies in various fields to roll out software tools that help designers write graphical software.
2010-06-21
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Maplesoft releases high-performance MapleSim 4, a physical modeling and simulation tool, and Maple 14 technical computing software.
2010-06-21
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Telematics brings more functions and information into vehicles, but there is concern that this input will have a negative impact on safety. Companies throughout the telematics industry are looking at ways to reduce driver distraction with good user interfaces.
2010-06-21
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Building an integrated network that allows cars to communicate with each other and with infrastructure is a huge challenge. Communicating with roadside stations, improving motorcycle safety, and creating human/machine interfaces that reduce stress are just a few of the disparate technical issues that must be addressed.
2010-06-21
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Cell phone technology is rapidly making its way into vehicles, giving both product developers and auto owners a way to leverage the rapid changes in consumer electronics. OEMs and Tier 1s are developing strategies that let them run apps approved for automotive use, though developers are controlling access to approved software.
2010-06-16
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Bosch engineers aim to significantly reduce the package volume of power electronics units for HEVs. The smaller units on the 2011 Volkswagen and Porsche hybrid SUVs are the latest step in their plan.
2010-06-16
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Extensive engineering changes enable the turbocharged 2.5-L flat four to produce 33% more power than stock and are coupled with revisions to the car's chassis, brakes, and bodywork.
2010-06-15
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With new equipment and a facility makeover in the rearview mirror, an occupant safety systems provider is prototyping, testing, and validating seatbelts, inflatable restraints, and steering wheels faster than ever.
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