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2010-02-28
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Brennan Industries offers single-ferrule instrumentation fittings available in sizes ranging from 1/16 to 2 in (1.6 to 51 mm) in brass and 316 stainless steel alloys. Single-ferrule fittings feature a design lacking backward ferrules to make incorrect installation difficult; a ferrule only goes in one direction, so it is obvious if the ferrule has been installed backward.
2010-02-28
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Rolls-Royce and Bell Helicopter signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to explore options for the retrofit of Bell 206B JetRanger helicopters with the RR500TS (turboshaft) engine. The MOU will allow the joint evaluation of third-party suppliers to develop RR500TS Supplemental Type Certificate retrofit kits replacing the M250 engines that currently power the JetRanger—a five-seat, light turbine helicopter used in corporate, utility, law enforcement, and homeland security missions.
2010-02-28
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The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) formed a partnership with Pratt & Whitney that will offer executive leadership training programs for Chinese airliners, CAAC management, and those in maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO).
2010-02-28
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AgustaWestland awarded Longbow LLC, a joint venture of Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman, an $86 million contract to support Longbow FCR (Fire Control Radar) systems on the U.K. Apache AH Mk-1 aircraft.
2010-02-28
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Sikorsky Aerospace Services signed a worldwide supply agreement with Lord Corp. to distribute the Lord high-capacity laminate (HCL) elastomeric bearings for aftermarket aerospace applications. Helicopter Support Inc., a business unit of Sikorsky Aerospace Services, will be the exclusive worldwide distributor of Lord HCL bearings for Sikorsky S-61, S-70, and S-92 helicopters and variants.
2010-02-28
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National Technical Systems Inc. (NTS) has opened two new engineering services and testing laboratories, one in California and another in Texas. The Climatic, Environmental, and Dynamics Product Testing Laboratory is based in close proximity to the company's existing test facilities in the Silicon Valley, CA, which are focused on electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), product safety, international certifications, and wireless testing services.
2010-02-28
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The Lockheed Martin-led team made up of General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, and BAE Systems developing the Airborne, Maritime/Fixed Station Joint Tactical Radio System (AMF JTRS) has received a contract option to increase the number of engineering development models (EDM) by 60%.
2010-02-28
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Lord Corp. has teamed with World Technical Services Inc. (WTSI) for the integration, test, and evaluation of a suspension upgrade including its Magneto-Rheological (MR) semi-active damping system for a U.S.
2010-02-28
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In a fiercely competitive global economy, quality matters now more than ever. ESCO Corp., a designer, manufacturer, and distributor of products for mining, construction, power generation, and aerospace applications, wanted to streamline quality control for new product development based on metrology hardware and software that could provide high usability, portability, and on-demand inspection.
2010-02-28
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Among the advances seen increasingly in robots used for aerospace manufacturing is the application of force control and material-thickness sensing.
2010-02-28
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Premium Aerotec has developed an automated handling and draping system for CFRP material, as well as self-heating tooling for pre-forming and curing CFRP parts.
2010-02-24
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German suppliers will deliver a highly engineered B-pillar post of boron steel, saving weight and improving side-impact performance in the 2011 Ford Focus, which goes into U.S. production later this year.
2010-02-24
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With the production vehicle slated to launch this fall, the Honda Odyssey concept strikes a new direction with "lightening bolt" styling on the minivan's sides.
2010-02-23
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The DeltaWing racecar concept is generating nonstop buzz in the motorsports world with its chief designer claiming the production racecar will have half the weight, half the drag, and half the cost of today's Indy cars.
2010-02-23
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Traditional exterior elements such as door handles and side mirrors are missing on Kia's Ray plug-in hybrid concept that emphasizes its aerodynamic profile as much as its eco-leanings.
2010-02-23
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Derrick Kuzak, Ford Motor Co.'s Group Vice President of Global Product Development, believes the automaker is redefining what a vehicle freshening should be: "For us, it isn't a front-end clip and new wheels."
2010-02-23
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An all-electric version of the Transit Connect becomes the first electrified vehicle from Ford Motor Co.
2010-02-23
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As Aston Martin launches its production four-door Rapide at the Geneva Motor Show, Ian Minards, the company’s Director of Product Development, said that he did not rule out anything with regard to future powertrains.
2010-02-23
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British Airways and Solena Group's joint project is the latest in a series of announcements pointing to a scale-up of biofuel production capacity.
2010-02-23
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First-for-Hyundai technologies and other changes on the all-new 2010 Tucson mean a lighter, more fuel-efficient crossover utility vehicle than its predecessor.
2010-02-23
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Lockheed Martin has completed production of its first two Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTVs), both new six-passenger Infantry Carrier variants, ahead of schedule. The vehicles will be delivered to the U.S.
2010-02-23
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The GS features General Motors' home-grown Hyperstrut system, 2.0-L turbo four, and six-speed manual gearbox.
2010-02-22
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The Series 8179 universal single-channel telemetry systems from PCB Load & Torque provide a simple, accurate method of transmitting strain torque, thermocouple, or voltage signals on rotating or moving machinery while operating in a completely contactless mode.
2010-02-22
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Based on advanced radio frequency (RF) and digital silicon technologies, Microtune's MT3511 RF MicroDigitizer is an RF-to-digital converter that brings software defined radio (SDR) to the global automotive industry.
2010-02-22
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Avago Technologies’ compact extended-temperature automotive grade optocoupler for use in hybrid electronic vehicles incorporates an integrated desaturation detection and fault-status feedback system.
2010-02-22
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Creating 8.5 kW at 12 V, the Delco Remy 44MT from Remy features technologies that ease installation, increase reliability, and provide a long life cycle.
2010-02-22
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Teseq designs an automated three-phase coupling/decoupling network (CDN) for electrical fast transient (EFT) and surge testing.
2010-02-22
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Electromagnetic interference/RF shields from Photofabrication Engineering feature snap-on, snap-off covers that allow easy access to components within the shields.
2010-02-22
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The SCiB Super Charge Ion Battery from Toshiba features nano-based lithium technology with rapid charging capability and improved safety performance.
2010-02-22
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Narda’s Model 4246B-10 miniature stripline coaxial microwave coupler delivers 10 dB of coupling from 6 to 18 GHz, has a flat frequency response, and meets military requirements.
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