Criteria

Text:
Content:
Display:

Results

Viewing 6511 to 6540 of 10097
2010-04-14
Article
Now commercially available is a resin especially useful for sheet-molding compound and bulk-molding compound for vehicle exterior panels.
2010-04-14
Article
The drive to find lighter-weight engines that offer more power continues to spark start-up companies. Two of them, Vengeance Power Inc. and WaveTech Engines, Inc. displayed their first physical prototypes at the 2010 SAE World Congress.
2010-04-14
Article
The internal-combustion engine will continue to be the primary propulsion source for vehicles for at least the next two decades, SAE 2010 World Congress panelists agree.
2010-04-14
Article
SAE 2010 World Congress panelists point to evolutionary change as a way of striking a balance between fulfilling customers’ desire for fun-to-drive vehicles and the need to meet environmental and fuel-economy requirements.
2010-04-14
Article
The basic takeaway from what powertrain experts at the SAE 2010 World Congress said when looking out as far as 2050 is strikingly similar to what they might say about 2011: There is a fundamental need to improve the efficiency of the internal-combustion engine.
2010-04-14
Article
Battery electric vehicles' shortfall in range will hinder widespread commercialization for years to come, says SAE Congress speaker.
2010-04-14
Article
High initial prices are projected for HFO-1234yf, raising questions about the rate of OE deployment and whether aftermarket service shops will use it at all.
2010-04-14
Article
Consumers have been getting vehicle fuel-economy information since the mid-1970s, but a label re-do may be coming if the U.S. EPA decides current mpg labels just aren't relevant to electrified vehicles.
2010-04-13
Article
Top powertrain executives at the SAE 2010 World Congress in Detroit express cautious confidence in meeting new fuel-efficiency and emissions regs, but say cost is an ongoing concern.
2010-04-13
Article
The opening ceremony of the SAE 2010 World Congress featured a healthy sense of optimism that the automotive industry has successfully weathered its recent financial troubles, countered by the understanding that there are still many challenges and opportunities yet to be addressed.
2010-04-13
Article
It will be years before plug-in vehicles put any sort of strain on the nation’s power grid, but automakers and utility companies are spending a lot of time making sure that electric vehicles won’t overtax the system during peak times.
2010-04-13
Article
UAVs have been around since before anyone ever heard the term "baby boomer," and, indeed, before any of those baby boomers, and, in some case, their parents, were even born. What is different is the sophistication with which they fly amongst us.
2010-04-13
Article
Many experienced engineers have been on a relentless job search for months. Could 2010 be a watershed year for hiring engineers?
2010-04-13
Article
The unconventional WaveTech Engine offers up to 50% improved fuel efficiency compared to current ICEs, according to the company's simulations.
2010-04-12
Article
Any sound field can be described completely by knowing two dimensions: the scalar sound pressure and the vector acoustic particle velocity. Microflown’s new sensor measures the acoustic particle velocity instead of the acoustic pressure, which is measured by conventional sound pressure microphones.
2010-04-10
Article
Designed for use as part of a distributed system, HED's new CL-607 has the ability to handle four additional I/Os for reduced vehicle dashboard wiring and complexity.
2010-04-09
Article
GE Aviation announced plans to create an Electrical Power Integrated Systems Research & Development Center (EPISCENTER) near Dayton, OH. The center will be directed at several markets including on- and off-highway hybrid and electric vehicles, more-electric aircraft, and marine applications.
2010-04-09
Article
AllCell’s pulse change material (PCM) thermal management technology surrounds lithium-ion cells, storing waste via latent heat during the solid-to-liquid phase change.
2010-04-09
Article
Futek’s LPM200 panel mount load cell provides a miniature size, robust flexure, and low capacity of 10 g to 5 lb.
2010-04-09
Article
InterRegs offers faster, more frequent updates to its subscription-based Global Automotive Regulations updating service.
2010-04-09
Article
GE Aviation is teaming with the U.S. Navy to develop and adopt technologies aimed at reducing the specific fuel consumption (SFC) for the Navy's twin-engine F/A-18E/F Super Hornet fleet. The F414-GE-400 engine powers the F/A-18E/F and E/A-18G aircraft.
2010-04-09
Article
The Boeing Co. awarded General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products a contract valued at approximately $20 million for the production of composite components for the C-17 Globemaster III advanced airlifter.
2010-04-09
Article
De Amertek's power steering system combines an electric power steering control logic ECU (electronic control unit) with a brushless motor and contactless torque-angular sensor into a complete steering column.
2010-04-09
Article
Astrium has been commissioned by the European Space Agency to build the Sentinel-2B optical satellite, the next flight unit in the Sentinel series. Sentinel-2 is part of the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security program and will give Europe the ability to monitor environmental changes in the region over an extended period of time.
2010-04-09
Article
Northrop Grumman Corp. awarded Curtiss-Wright Corp. a $10.5 million contract to provide an upgraded Radar Signal Processing (RSP) solution for use in the Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System (Joint STARS) program.
2010-04-09
Article
NASA Goddard awarded Raytheon an Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) evolution and development contract that will give climate researchers access to valuable data about the Earth's atmospheres, oceans, lands, and their interactions.
2010-04-09
Article
The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) awarded Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc. (HTSI) a $51 million, five-year contract to provide design, development, integration, testing, evaluation, maintenance, and logistics support for the Light Airborne Multi-Purpose System (LAMPS), the shipboard element of a two-way digital data link between a U.S.
2010-04-09
Article
The suspension and braking specialist has announced the third generation of its MagneRide, with a two-wire dual-coil actuation system and a new version of its Active Stabilizer Bar System.
2010-04-08
Article
The U.K. Ministry of Defence awarded BAE Systems a four-year contract worth £111 million to support and maintain 28 new Hawk Advanced Jet Trainer (AJT) aircraft operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF). Under this Hawk In-Service Support contract, BAE Systems is responsible for ensuring that the AJT fleet, also known as Hawk TMk2, is available for training the RAF's fast jet pilots at RAF Valley.
2010-04-08
Article
SAE International will publish nearly 1100 technical papers in conjunction with the 2010 World Congress, the majority of them covering powertrain, fuels, and lubricants.
Viewing 6511 to 6540 of 10097