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2010-05-12
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Matrix Service Inc. has been awarded a turnkey project in excess of $20 million to construct and install a thermal vacuum chamber test facility at the GPS III Test Facility, owned and operated by Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co.
2010-05-12
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Delphi will market a solid-oxide fuel cell as an auxiliary power unit for over-the-road trucks to power the climate-control system and accessories during rest breaks.
2010-05-12
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Boeing elected Aerojet to supply heavy alloy weights for Boeing's Composite Main Rotor Blade in support of the AH-64D Apache Block III (AB3) program. Aerojet will deliver completed rotor weights to support Boeing's production of the U.S.
2010-05-12
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The U.S. Air Force awarded Raytheon a $48.9 million contract to begin engineering, manufacturing, and design (EMD) of its Miniature Air Launched Decoy (MALD) stand-in jammer variant (MALD-J). MALD is a low-cost, decoy flight vehicle that is modular, air-launched, and programmable.
2010-05-12
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The United Launch Alliance awarded Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne a $1.8 million contract to help design and develop an Emergency Detection System (EDS) for human spaceflights to be proposed for Atlas V and Delta IV launch vehicles.
2010-05-11
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Maine supplier also standardizes on OpenDMIS software from Wenzel subsidiary Xspect Solutions.
2010-05-11
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Volvo says its latest V-ACT engine systems offer achievements in combustion efficiency, emissions reduction, and engine performance.
2010-05-11
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The conventional tail swing on the Kubota KX057-4 offers stability in open areas, even when a thumb and wide buckets are used.
2010-05-10
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The Hyundai and VW parallel-type systems use conventional multispeed automatic transmissions. FEV's innovative single-motor design also provides engine-off A/C operation, using a conventional compressor.
2010-05-10
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Designed to answer customer requests for better, longer-lasting LED life and improved efficiency, SABIC Innovative Plastics’ Expression 2011 palette features an array of resin colors and special effects for LEDs.
2010-05-10
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When Peugeot showed its RCZ coupe concept, its most striking aesthetic element was the 'double-bubble' shape of its roof that continued into a polycarbonate rear window. Peugeot admitted that achieving the technology would be difficult in production, but with only modest curvature changes to the original design and working very closely with French supplier Saint Gobain, it has achieved its goal.
2010-05-10
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An active blind-spot system can guide a car back into its lane if necessary. Active four-wheel steer lowers steering ratio for improved handling and easier parking. A direct-injection 5.6-L V8 provides increased power and, with seven-speed automatic, delivers better fuel economy.
2010-05-10
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Alongside a new version of its Megané convertible, Renault debuted the Wind two-seat roadster at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. The car signals a new market segment for the French car manufacturer and also features an innovative Webasto roof system that shares much in common with a Ferrari model, according to the car’s product director, Pascal Cohen.
2010-05-10
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Volvo Construction Equipment says its new high-reach demolition excavator provides a reliable, durable machine purpose-built for the rigors of primary and secondary demolition applications.
2010-05-10
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Maplesoft features the simultaneous release of MapleSim 4, the high-performance physical modeling and simulation tool, and Maple 14, the technical computing software for engineers, mathematicians, and scientists.
2010-05-10
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Omega’s hand-held HHB1600 borescope system features an 89-mm extra-wide monitor, camera, and video.
2010-05-10
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Fredericks’ High Accuracy Electrolytic Tilt Sensor features thin-film technology, which reduces unit cost compared to traditional high-accuracy tilt sensors, and a hermetic seal design for long life in extreme conditions.
2010-05-10
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Cummins Turbo Technologies, based in Huddersfield, England, and the University of Bradford have secured an investment by the European Union to support the development of next-generation test methods for turbochargers.
2010-05-10
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Force Protection Europe, a wholly owned subsidiary of Force Protection Industries, Inc., received a contract from the U.K. Ministry of Defence (MoD) for the purchase of two Ocelot vehicles for further testing under the Light Protected Patrol Vehicle (LPPV) program.
2010-05-10
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BorgWarner will supply both wastegate and variable turbine geometry (VTG) turbochargers to JCB Power Systems for the new versions of its Dieselmax 4.4-L engines starting in 2012. Designated the JCB Ecomax T4, it is an inline four-cylinder, mid-range diesel offering 55 to 130 kW (74 to 174 hp) in applications such as agricultural, construction, and materials handling machinery.
2010-05-10
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The Endevco model 7257AT piezoelectric accelerometer from Meggitt Sensing Systems is designed for vibration measurements on flight test vehicles, particularly ones that incorporate telemetry for data acquisition.
2010-05-10
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EngineLab’s Engine Management System consists of EngineLab software along with the EL1
2010-05-10
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Bob Lutz revitalized GM's PD process by challenging its protocols—while following his instincts for making compelling vehicles. He says vehicle mass reduction is the next frontier.
2010-05-10
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Fuel conservation is one of Hella’s strategic thrusts, but the electrification trend isn’t a major part of the company’s bullish marketing plan. After a soft year in 2009, the company is predicting that its multipronged strategy will yield an annual growth rate of 20% over the next three years for its North American electronics business.
2010-05-10
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Radios continue to evolve rapidly, with a growing percentage providing premium quality and more versatility through the additions of USB ports. They are also expected to begin eliminating CD mechanisms and some may offer hard drives that hold more music and maps.
2010-05-10
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A growing number of design programs are allowing technicians to upgrade functionality once vehicles are in the field. STMicroelectronics is addressing this trend with a memory chip that can be programmed wirelessly via an RFID (radio frequency identification) link, making it simpler to alter software in fast-changing applications such as infotainment.
2010-05-10
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High-value, high-volume technologies are driving Ford's near-term conventional powertrain strategy, explains engineering chief Barb Samardzich.
2010-05-07
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The JHT-00004 rugged joystick from Otto Controls features a compact design, with a behind-panel depth of 19 mm (0.75 in).
2010-05-07
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Renishaw’s RMP40 touch probe combines compact size with frequency-hopping spread spectrum radio transmission to bring automated job setup and in-process measurement to a range of machine tools and applications.
2010-05-07
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Positronic extends its offering of rugged composite connector products suitable for high-reliability applications with the Baby King Cobra circular connector.
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