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2010-05-06
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To achieve what it describes as "the lowest possible overall height," JCB says it challenged conventional design concepts and developed the 515-40 with an all-new, innovative, off-set single-spine main frame.
2010-05-04
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At Bauma, Hawe Hydraulik displayed its advances in programmable logic valve control and variable displacement axial-piston pump with a new load-sensing controller.
2010-05-04
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Michael Nathal, chief of the Advanced Metallic Branch at NASA’s Glenn Research Center, is looking to re-invigorate that facility’s GRCop-84 program, among others.
2010-05-04
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The latest addition to Sunnen's tube-hone line has a 16-m stroke length for extreme long-part applications including aircraft driveshafts.
2010-05-03
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Engineers at an Illinois company propose using pencil lead and paraffin to keep lithium-ion batteries from overheating in hybrid- and all-electric vehicles. The cooling concoction, known as a Phase Change Material, belongs to AllCell Technologies.
2010-05-03
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To create and display terrain and entities to provide a synthetic emulation of an airborne advanced targeting pod for training of frontline Royal Air Force (RAF) aircrew and Forward Air Controllers, BAE Systems has begun using Vega Prime and Creator software from Presagis.
2010-05-03
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The Bio-Mag line of magnetic fuel-decontamination units from RCI Technologies are inline magnetic devices designed to treat microbiological contamination in fuel systems and control further growth.
2010-05-03
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The Centaflex-KE series from Centa was developed to minimize negative forces and improve diesel-driven hydrostatic construction machinery with nonstandard engine flywheels and flange-mounted pumps.
2010-05-03
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Hard Lock Nuts from Hard Lock Industries are designed to withstand loosening from vibration, thus ensuring a secure connection for enhanced safety and reduced maintenance and inspection costs.
2010-05-03
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Validation Tool Version 9 from Kubotek USA offers improved performance for validating CAD models and managing change.
2010-05-03
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Vistagy says the design process has to take into account all the relevant material and machine constraints or the performance of the finished piece may deviate from specs.
2010-05-03
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The Boeing-built X-37B is an experimental vehicle that the U.S. Air Force may use for future space exploration missions.
2010-05-03
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Emitec is supplying retrofit system manufacturer Cleaire with next-generation diesel oxidation catalyst technology.
2010-05-03
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The InterTech Development Component Tracker System is useful for automotive manufacturers seeking ways to collect and archive test data for product life-cycle management systems and quality assurance.
2010-05-03
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The rotatable Wet Spline design offers the ability to index the PTO output flange 360° for improved packaging. It also helps extend shaft life.
2010-04-30
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Pentek’s 3U VPX boards for data acquisition, software radio, and digital signal processing include 14 new units with flexible backplane fabric connections supporting maximum data rates of up to 4 GB/s with PCI Express (PCIe) Generation 2 and 2.5 GB/s with other protocols.
2010-04-30
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Vicor’s military COTS products include Westcor’s PFC Mini MI and PFC Micro/MicroS MI power-factor-corrected ac-dc switchers, the PFC MegaPAC MI power-factor-corrected ac-dc switcher, and the EN-compliant FlatPAC-EN MI auto-ranging switcher.
2010-04-30
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Beta Transformer Technology’s BXC-A-1 single-stub box coupler achieves full MIL-STD-1553 compatibility.
2010-04-30
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Ashcroft Types 510 and 511 all-welded diaphragm seals protect pressure gauges, transmitters, switches, and other instruments against the potentially harmful effects of caustic media.
2010-04-28
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ArvinMeritor may have exited the light-vehicle business, but it has not abandoned the knowledge and engineering expertise acquired from that segment. To achieve positive results in its three key areas of innovation—efficiency, safety, and durability—the commercial-vehicle supplier is investing in engineering and R&D and drawing upon its previous work on the light-duty side, said CEO Chip McClure at a breakfast during the SAE 2010 World Congress.
2010-04-27
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With smart phone applets, and with the key fob as a gateway into vehicle electronic networks, a wide assortment of data exchange and interactive functions could be provided.
2010-04-27
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Miniaturization helps OEMs get more value from crash testing.
2010-04-27
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Operators of the DL420 wheel loader can choose between two working modes for either maximum productivity or minimum fuel consumption.
2010-04-26
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Aeronautical manufacturers can collect and archive test data for product life-cycle management systems and quality assurance via InterTech Development’s Component Tracker System.
2010-04-26
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NASA Glenn Research Center awarded Aerojet a five-year contract to provide NASA with its space propulsion system technologies, including cryogenic and electric propulsion for spacecraft. Aerojet is one of five companies to be awarded a contract—potentially worth up to $50 million—to support NASA’s research and technology activities.
2010-04-26
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NASA and the State of Hawaii signed a three-year, nonreimbursable Space Act Agreement establishing a partnership for space exploration, scientific research, and education initiatives in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
2010-04-26
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The Model 4404 remote power reboot switch from Electro Standards Laboratories enables users to cycle power to eight remotely located devices.
2010-04-26
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Linear Technology’s LT6656 precision SOT23 voltage reference operates on 850 nA of supply current and features an output drive capability of 5 mA while incurring an initial error of less than 0.05% and a guaranteed temperature drift of less than 10 ppm/°C.
2010-04-26
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CN Series pluggable single inline solid-state relays (SSR), DIN rail-mounted sockets, and read-to-use SSR/socket assemblies from Crydom meet industry-standard pin-out configurations for both solid-state and electromechanical relays.
2010-04-26
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The Performance Review Institute (PRI), an affiliate of SAE International, has announced plans to offer training for Aviation Maintenance Engineer (AME) certification and testing for certifications. Beginning May 1, PRI will co-sponsor this industry service under the eQuaLified brand with PAMA, a former affiliate of SAE International.
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