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2010-06-02
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Select 1- and 2-wire braid and 4-spiral Weatherhead Diamond Advantage hose styles from Eaton have been re-engineered to offer improved working pressures and temperature ratings and feature a durable hose cover for abrasion resistance.
2010-06-01
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The Specht 500/630 horizontal machining center from Mag provides linear-motor or ballscrew drives, CAT-40 through HSK-100 tool interfaces, six spindle options, four control options, and three five-axis configurations to suit needs ranging from one-off work in job shops to agile machining lines.
2010-06-01
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tesa tape’s tesa 50650 and tesa 50600 specialty products with silicone adhesive systems were developed for specialty masking and holding applications.
2010-06-01
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A family of water-based sol-gel coatings from Boeing were developed to replace conventional finishing materials and processes. One formulation, Boegel-EPII, is a nonhazardous coating that can be applied to a range of substrates (aluminum, titanium, nickel, steel) using a variety of methods (dip, immersion, spin, brushing, spraying). Applications beyond adhesion promoter include corrosion control and conductive coatings.
2010-06-01
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Boeing and PetroChina, together with representatives of the Chinese energy sector and the global aviation industry, signed an agreement to evaluate establishing a sustainable aviation biofuels industry in China.
2010-06-01
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Heidenhain’s ND1200 QUADRA-CHEK metrology digital readout supports up to four axes and functions as a measuring computer for 2-D geometries.
2010-06-01
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The PI3101 Cool-Power dc-dc converter from Picor is a high-density isolated device that delivers 60 W at half the size of existing units.
2010-06-01
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An upgraded version of Protek’s hand-held, 60-MHz digital storage oscilloscope/digital multimeter includes a 2.0 USB host port, 3.8-in color LCD display, and real-time data logging.
2010-06-01
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NDK’s commercial, off-the-shelf frequency control products include crystals, temperature-compensated crystal oscillators, voltage-controlled crystal oscillators, surface acoustic wave devices, and frequency-controlled crystal oscillator modules.
2010-06-01
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Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) will lead a team to pursue the U.S. Army’s Ground Combat Vehicle (GCV) program. The SAIC-led team, called Team Full Spectrum, submitted its proposal for the technology development phase of the Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) being developed under the GCV effort and is competing for one of an anticipated three contract awards.
2010-06-01
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Simulia’s Abaqus 6.10 provides FEA and multiphysics capabilities for realistic simulation.
2010-06-01
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The European Union on May 1 published an amendment to type approval requirements to permit some of the mandated tests to be carried out by the manufacturer themselves, according to InterRegs, an online resource for global vehicle safety and emissions regulations.
2010-05-28
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John Deere (China) Investment Co. Ltd. has awarded Kuehne + Nagel a contract for the management of its national service parts distribution center in Tianjin, where Deere has centralized all after-sales services to better serve its dealers and optimize service parts management in China.
2010-05-28
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Former World Rally Championship, McLaren F1, and BMW engineers offer input on the design and development of a new military vehicle to meet not only Ministry of Defence requirements for a Light Protected Patrol Vehicle but also for such vehicles in other parts of the world.
2010-05-28
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Road test program of new grid-enabled hybrid prototype will help engineers develop the commercial model to come.
2010-05-28
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The highly flexible multichannel AS8510 from austriamicrosystems features zero offset for simultaneous voltage, current, and temperature measurement in conventional, hybrid, or electric vehicles.
2010-05-28
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Electrical Wiring Interconnect Systems compliance requirements can have a huge impact on cost if not anticipated from the very beginning of an aircraft design project.
2010-05-28
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Shell Oil is using telematics to help commercial transport fleet owners in Europe manage fuel consumption. In May it tapped Airbiquity as the solution integrator for its Shell FuelSave Partner program.
2010-05-28
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Instead of the usual two or more weeks needed to mesh, assemble, and simulate a vehicle crash finite-element model, a demonstration of the entire CAD-to-crash process was done in a day.
2010-05-28
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Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and PSA Peugeot Citroën have agreed to another collaboration, the most recent one (announced April 28) on development of a compact SUV. The agreement provides for the development and adaptation for both the Peugeot and Citroën marques of a compact SUV, based on an existing Mitsubishi platform.
2010-05-27
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Sophisticated control algorithms help the PowerShift DSG to maintain driveability in the 2011 Fiesta, while keeping the clutch pack from overheating. Virtual sensing is used instead of a transmission temperature sensor.
2010-05-27
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Hitachi Construction Machinery partnered with Cinterion Wireless Modules and Telenor Connexion in the development of the tracking and tracing platform used on its construction and mining equipment.
2010-05-27
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Toshiba's Storage Device Division has designed a hard disk drive (HDD) with 200 GB of storage capacity in a single-platter design.
2010-05-27
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In May, we learned that more than half of the 1300 patents filed by General Motors Co. in 2009 were considered green innovations. In a study of patent activity of the top-15 global automakers released by the intellectual-property firm Ocean Tomo LLC (www.oceantomo.com), GM was hailed for maintaining a leadership position in the development of green technologies.
2010-05-27
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Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide Inc. has been awarded a contract for expanded support of Lockheed Martin's Space Systems' development of the ISIS (Integrated Sensor is the Structure) airship powered by a regenerative fuel cell (RFC).
2010-05-27
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Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne received a $20.3 million contract for the first phase to design, develop, and test a high-performance liquid upper-stage propulsion system that will support early intercept capabilities for the Missile Defense Agency.
2010-05-27
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Through its U.S. subsidiary, Kontron, which specializes in embedded computing technology, has acquired San Diego-based AP Labs Group. The group, which has two operating companies, is regarded as one of the leading system integrators in the areas of defense and aerospace.
2010-05-27
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XCOR Aerospace and Masten Space Systems have announced a strategic business and technology relationship to jointly pursue anticipated NASA-sponsored unmanned lander projects. These automated lander programs are expected to serve as robotic test beds on Earth, on the lunar surface, Mars, near Earth objects, and other interplanetary locales.
2010-05-27
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Aurora Flight Sciences has been awarded a contract by NASA to develop and demonstrate a method for generating robust autonomous flare maneuvers. The goal of a flare maneuver is to safely transition an aircraft from final approach to touchdown, decelerating the vehicle and setting up a safe landing attitude.
2010-05-27
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Raytheon Co. selected Northrop Grumman Corp. to supply the inertial measurement solution for the Joint Precision Approach and Landing Systems (JPALS) Shipboard Reference program. Northrop Grumman's Navigation Systems Division will deliver 18 LN-270 inertial navigation systems (INS) for the engineering and manufacturing development phase of the JPALS Increment 1A Shipboard Reference System (SRS).
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