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2010-02-19
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The ComforTEK flooring system from Commercial Vehicle Group uses a layer of polyurethane foam substructure that maximizes thermal properties for improved driver comfort and increased operating economy.
2010-02-19
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Eaton's Aeroquip GH810 Ice Champion spiral wire hose was designed for low-temperature, high-pressure hydraulic applications.
2010-02-19
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Eagle Ottawa’s Ansole soil- and stain-resistant leather finish system was developed based on feedback from OEMs and Tier 1 customers.
2010-02-19
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Releasing details of its racing 911 GT3 R hybrid, Porsche stresses that it is “set apart” from conventional hybrid systems for road cars.
2010-02-19
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Sunnen’s HTD tube hone delivers a 16-m stroke and handles parts up to 1000 mm in diameter.
2010-02-19
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Lyndex-Nikken has a range of live and static tools for Mori Seiki CNC lathes (NL and DuraTurn Series) and multi-axis machines (NZ and NT Series).
2010-02-19
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XVL Converter version 6.1 from Lattice Technology allows 3-D CAD data to be read accurately into XVL.
2010-02-19
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Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. (YMC) plans to transfer its all-terrain vehicle (ATV) production currently in Japan to the U.S.—the country with the largest demand for ATVs, according to YMC. The production capacity of YMC’s Japanese subsidiary, Yamaha Motor Powered Products Co., Ltd., will be integrated into its U.S. subsidiary based in Newnan, GA—Yamaha Motor Manufacturing Corp. of America (YMMC).
2010-02-19
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AgustaWestland and Tata Sons signed an agreement for the formation of an Indian joint venture that will establish a final assembly line in India for the AW119 helicopter. The joint venture company will be responsible for AW119 final assembly, completion, and delivery to world markets, while AgustaWestland will retain responsibility for worldwide marketing and sales.
2010-02-18
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BAE Systems and Anjani Technoplast Ltd. formed a relationship to bring survivability products and personnel protection materials to India. As part of the relationship, Anjani will manufacture protective equipment using Tensylon—a polyethylene ballistic material exclusively developed by BAE Systems to make survivability products, such as body armor and vehicle armor, even lighter and stronger.
2010-02-18
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Boeing signed a contract with Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL) for the India-based manufacturer to provide weapons bay doors for eight P-8I long-range maritime reconnaissance and anti-submarine warfare aircraft that will be delivered to the Indian Navy.
2010-02-18
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NAVAIR awarded Ceradyne Inc. a $342,000 research phase I contract to develop a next-generation high-performance ceramic missile radome (nose cone). The material will be a variation of Ceradyne’s silicon nitride (Si3N4) advanced ceramic technology.
2010-02-18
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AgustaWestland awarded Lockheed Martin a $49.5 million sustainment and support contract for the Target Acquisition Designation Sight/Pilot Night Vision Sensor (TADS/PNVS) and Modernized TADS/PNVS (M-TADS/PNVS) systems on the U.K.
2010-02-18
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EADS established a new subsidiary and corporate office in Norway as part of its long-term strategy to bolster its industrial presence in the Nordic region. EADS considers Norway to be a promising market in terms of industrial cooperation and commercial activities.
2010-02-18
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Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. and Terma A/S have agreed to explore potential collaborations if the Danish government decides to procure Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk helicopters. The government is currently evaluating aircraft for a replacement maritime helicopter.
2010-02-18
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Pratt & Whitney has established a Center of Excellence at the University of Connecticut (UConn) School of Engineering for research on aviation propulsion systems. P&W will work with UConn on fundamental and applied research initiatives that support the design and development of more efficient gas turbine engines.
2010-02-18
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ANSYS CFD software used to help calibrate meteorological instruments on Phoenix Mars lander.
2010-02-17
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While Li-ion chemistries dominate future-battery discussions, NiMH's durability is proven and its costs continue to fall.
2010-02-17
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A leading aerospace manufacturer was using the interoffice mail envelope for approving new chemicals/materials being brought into a plant—before Actio developed a more efficient process.
2010-02-17
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Just as in-vehicle audio systems are production staples, exterior sound systems may become standard fare on hybrid-electric and electric vehicles.
2010-02-17
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The two-year test program aims to demonstrate Ricardo's new spark-ignition flex-fuel engine technology, designed to provide diesel-like attributes with improved package efficiency and reduced cost.
2010-02-17
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The patented Plasma Transfer Wire Arc process has been widely used in aerospace turbines. It offers significant mass savings.
2010-02-17
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Honeywell executives say their company is aggressively developing turbocharger technologies designed specifically for smaller-displacement gasoline engines. They note that engines of up to 1.4-L displacement are part of a "rapidly growing sector expected to reach up to 4-6% penetration in all U.S. light vehicle sales by 2014."
2010-02-17
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Freudenberg-NOK's new ESS radial shaft seals feature a proprietary elastomer for reduced parasitic losses.
2010-02-17
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To a number of OEMs, electric-drive design, engineering, and manufacturing are considered strategic to future business. GM will launch its new interior permanent-magnet motor for hybrids and EVs in 2013.
2010-02-16
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Development of the novel "air hybrid" engine and combustion process continues, and a turbocharged version is being modeled.
2010-02-15
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More details of the all-new 1M2C hybrid system surfaced at SAE's Hybrid Technology Symposium.
2010-02-15
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Remy International recently launched a new business unit, Remy Electric Motor Technologies, to accelerate its efforts at supplying high-output electric drive motors for electrified vehicles and equipment.
2010-02-15
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Engineers and scientists from General Motors Co. and NASA are working together through a Space Act Agreement at the agency's Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX, to build a new humanoid robot capable of working side by side with people.
2010-02-15
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Business as usual will not be enough if industry is to reach the U.S. production target of 36 billion gal (136 billion L) of biofuel by 2022, according to a recently issued report by the Biofuels Interagency Working Group.
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