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2010-04-09
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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
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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
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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
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SAE International will publish nearly 1100 technical papers in conjunction with the 2010 World Congress, the majority of them covering powertrain, fuels, and lubricants.
2010-04-08
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B/E Aerospace’s new Pinnacle main cabin seating platform, which the company claims to be the industry's lightest full-featured seat, has been selected by nine airlines and leasing companies. These launch awards, initially valued in excess of $250 million, are for economy-class programs in new-buy Boeing B737, Airbus A320, and Boeing B787 aircraft.
2010-04-08
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Rolls-Royce received a $51 million engine production and MissionCare services contract with U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR). The contract is in support of Rolls-Royce AE 2100D3-powered KC-130J tanker aircraft, flown by the U.S.
2010-04-08
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The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) awarded Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) a contract to provide systems engineering and technical support services to the Navy Tactical Mobile (TacMobile) program.
2010-04-08
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AgustaWestland has opened its new Operational Flying Training Centre (OFTC) located at Newquay Cornwall Airport in southwest England. The OFTC enhances AgustaWestland’s helicopter training capabilities and allows it to offer a complete range of training services, from basic helicopter pilot training to advanced operational helicopter flying training.
2010-04-08
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NASA has awarded contracts to five companies to provide space propulsion system technologies in support of research and technology development activities at the agency's Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, OH.
2010-04-08
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Sikorsky Aerospace Services signed an agreement with the Colombian Ministry of Defense to establish an S-70 Black Hawk Helicopter Training Facility at the Colombian Air Force Base in Melgar, Colombia.
2010-04-08
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Deere & Co. has completed the purchase of certain assets and customer relationships of BHC Manufacturing, which is located near Beit Hashita, Israel, and employs about 100 people. BHC is a manufacturer of cotton picker repair parts for all makes of equipment and is a supplier of cotton picker row units for other equipment manufacturers.
2010-04-08
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Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. received a contract from NASA to provide engineering, procurement, and construction management services to upgrade the Icing Research Tunnel at Glenn Research Center in Ohio.
2010-04-08
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Rolls-Royce signed a £690 million service contract with the U.K. Ministry of Defence (MOD) to support the Royal Air Force (RAF) fleet of Tornado aircraft. Under the terms of the contract, which runs until 2025, Rolls-Royce will provide the RAF with a guaranteed level of availability for its RB199 engines, spares, and ground support equipment.
2010-04-08
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JLG Industries Inc., an Oshkosh Corp. company, will build 311 JLG All Terrain Lifter Army System (ATLAS II) telescopic forklifts for the U.S. Army under two recent orders worth approximately $51 million.
2010-04-08
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Gulfstream's second G650 test article completed its first flight at the end of February.
2010-04-08
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Ford's partnership with SAE International for the SAE 2010 World Congress includes top engineering management, plus more than 200 engineers and numerous new technologies for display and driving.
2010-04-08
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At Bauma this year Liebherr unveiled its three-axle LTC 1045-3.1, a new compact mobile crane that supplements its range of all-terrain cranes in the three-axle class.
2010-04-08
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Caterpillar says its D7E track-type tractor, with its diesel-electric powertrain, has proved its ability to deliver reliable, low-cost production in a range of applications.
2010-04-08
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To replicate motorcycle durability tests in the analytical world, a sufficiently accurate model of the specimen and test rig must be developed, which requires conducting both physical and virtual tests.
2010-04-08
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Nissan applied seemingly all available technology to improve the competitive position of its new Infiniti QX56 vs. the segment-leading (in sales) Cadillac Escalade, with an upgraded engine, transmission, frame, body structure, and electronic safety and convenience equipment.
2010-04-08
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Hyundai unveiled two new editions of its mainstream sedan at the recent 2010 New York International Auto Show—a significant hybrid version and a powerful twin-turbo model. The 2011 hybrid delivers more total power—209 hp (156 kW)—than any midsize hybrid as well as class-topping fuel economy thanks to a lightweight structure, a proprietary parallel-hybrid drivetrain, and new lithium-polymer pouch batteries—an auto industry first.
2010-04-08
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Chevrolet has pinned its latest hopes for success in the compact market on the Cruze world car, which eventually will replace the Cobalt. At the recent New York International Auto Show, the company introduced perhaps one of the more interesting editions of its compact model, the 2011 Cruze Eco, a pared-down version that is intended to get great fuel economy.
2010-04-07
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Massive weight reduction and hybrid electric drivetrains highlight the jointly developed second-generation crossovers from Porsche and Volkswagen.
2010-04-07
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Aftermarket equipment and components for disabled or mobility-limited car passengers are widely available, but Renault is introducing what it believes is Europe’s first original-equipment front swivel passenger seat. Designed to enhance entrance and egress, the seat is an option on the New Clio.
2010-04-07
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The durable Rheo forging aluminum wheel from Daewoo is composed of ultra lightweight high-performance materials.
2010-04-07
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Toyota’s recent sudden-acceleration problems have spawned action by a number of entities, including the one with the hammer. NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) on April 5 announced it is seeking the maximum civil penalty of $16.4 million against the automaker for “failing to notify [the agency] of the dangerous ‘sticky pedal’ defect for at least four months, despite knowing of the potential risk to consumers."
2010-04-07
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In March, SAE Technical Information Report J2601, “Fueling Protocols for Light Duty Gaseous Hydrogen Surface Vehicles,” was released, establishing the first industry-wide protocol for the fueling of gaseous hydrogen into on-road passenger vehicles operating with nominal working pressures of 35 and 70 MPa.
2010-04-07
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QuesTek Innovations LLC has awarded the first license to Latrobe Specialty Steel Co. to produce and sell Ferrium M54, a premium-quality, ultrahigh-strength steel (UHSS) that has an ultimate tensile strength of 294 ksi, yield strength of 250 ksi, and fracture toughness of 110 ksi square root inch.
2010-04-07
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Matchmaking between car companies and utilities is getting hot and heavy as automakers prepare to deliver ever-increasing numbers of full and partial electric vehicles to market. Recent examples include Renault-Nissan of France and Acciona of Spain signing an agreement under which the latter will develop an intelligent charging network, provide associated services, and supply electricity produced from renewable sources while Nissan will ensure that the network is compatible with electric vehicles and their navigation systems.
2010-04-07
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In the face of opposition from individuals and groups, CARB (California Air Resources Board) has decided against imposing a rule that would have required new MY2012 and later vehicles to be equipped with windows that deflect or absorb solar radiation.
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