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2009-05-15
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A powertrain and vehicle engineering company spread its technical tentacles with the recent opening of a Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Development Center in Auburn Hills, MI.
2009-05-15
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Lockheed Martin recently established a Space Vehicle Integration Laboratory (SVIL) at the Lockheed Martin Space Systems facility in Denver, CO, to create a more efficient and reliable process for space vehicle component and flight software integration.
2009-05-15
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Royal Adhesives & Sealants' Hardman WS 8020 RC rapid-cure manganese dioxide cured polysulfide aircraft sealant is qualified to SAE's AMS 8802 Class B aircraft fuel tank sealant specification.
2009-05-15
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MapleSim 2 from Maplesoft combines an intuitive physical modeling environment with powerful symbolic techniques to reduce the time and effort required to create highly efficient models.
2009-05-15
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The Ashcroft Type 1008S pressure gauge offers a combination of features designed for use in harsh installations.
2009-05-15
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MicroStrain's 3DM-GX3-25 attitude heading reference system (AHRS) weighs only 11.5 g and is claimed to be the smallest and lightest AHRS on the market.
2009-05-15
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The ANSYS 12.0 software suite from ANSYS supports simulation-driven product development.
2009-05-15
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MoTeC offers cost-effective PDM15 and PDM30 power distribution modules (PDMs) suitable for power management.
2009-05-15
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The sealed fuse/relay box from Tyco Electronics, in partnership with TTI, allows users to place power distribution requirements outside a vehicle's cab or passenger compartment.
2009-05-15
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Specially designed for high performance in the lower engine speed range, Fiat Powertrain Technology's 1.8-L direct-injection turbo-jet engine benefits from optimized turbocharging technology from BorgWarner.
2009-05-15
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Designed for use in machine vision applications, Edmund Optics’ TECHSPEC compact, fixed focal length lenses are suitable for factory automation, inspection, or qualification.
2009-05-15
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Boeing, Rolls-Royce, RUAG Aerospace, and Deharde Maschinenbau entered into a collaborative research agreement to explore the potential of fuel-efficient open-fan (open-rotor) propulsion technology for future commercial airplanes.
2009-05-15
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EADS Defence & Security and Larsen & Toubro of Mumbai, India, announced the planned formation of a joint venture company for defense electronics in India, based in Talegaon, near Pune. The new company will aim at design, development, manufacturing, and related services in the fields of electronic warfare, radar, military avionics, and mobile systems for military applications.
2009-05-15
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Airbus selected Goodrich Corp. to supply the external video system for the new A350 XWB commercial aircraft. Goodrich expects the award to generate more than $1 billion in original equipment and aftermarket revenue over the life of the program.
2009-05-15
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Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. awarded Curtiss-Wright Corp. a contract to develop and supply data concentrator units for the CH-53K heavy-lift helicopter that is being developed for use by the U.S. Marine Corps.
2009-05-15
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Raytheon Co. has been awarded a seven-month, $2.3 million contract to study the NextGen Integrated Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance (ICNS) architecture and determine the National Airspace System’s needs for 2018 to 2025.
2009-05-15
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Rockwell Collins has been awarded the third phase of a damage tolerance contract by DARPA. Under the contract, Rockwell Collins will demonstrate completely autonomous takeoff, recovery from extreme damage and failure, and autonomous landing of an unmanned subscale F/A-18.
2009-05-15
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The U.S. Army awarded Bell Helicopter a $60.3 million contract for 24 Model 407 helicopters, which the Army will provide to the Iraqi Air Force as part of a planned Foreign Military Sale to Iraq. The Iraqi Ministry of Defense selected the Bell Model 407 as the basis for a new Iraqi Air Force armed scout helicopter.
2009-05-14
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Are R-1234yf and R-744 to be the only possible choices for a new low-global-warming auto A/C refrigerant? Or does Ineos Fluor's newly announced AC-4 have a chance to make the grade? SAE Congress attendees expressed skepticism.
2009-05-13
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Increasing fuel efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions are not entirely dependent on the long-term development of alternative technologies. Infrared (IR) reflective film laminated into automotive glass is an ancillary load-reduction technology that can, by reflecting the sun’s heat and maintaining a cooler cabin temperature, reduce A/C power consumption up to 20% and increase overall mpg by up to 5% while lowering emissions.
2009-05-12
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After 10 months of sales on the Japanese market, Komatsu's PC200-8 hybrid excavator is now available in other markets. Working with a generator, capacitors, and an electric motor, the diesel is kept at low rpm and augmented with bursts of power captured from the slowing of the upper structure swing cycle.
2009-05-12
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A concept diesel-electric hybrid vehicle debuted by Mecalac at Intermat is said to offer a 25% savings in consumption over the standard model, as well as reduced emissions and noise.
2009-05-12
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A large new milling machine from Wirtgen combines maneuverability, single-person operation, and a comprehensive control system that reduces operator input by up to 50%.
2009-05-12
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Case CE unveiled a prototype hybrid material-handling excavator at Intermat that uses a diesel engine for ground movement and hydraulic power but also includes a generator and capacitors to store otherwise wasted energy and provide support to the diesel.
2009-05-12
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Compact size allows for ease of transport and access to tight areas for the new Hitachi ZX14-3 excavator. Several cab options and refined track design make it usable for light construction and rental markets.
2009-05-12
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Takeuchi, a long-time manufacturer of compact excavators, released a new model at the Intermat show, the TB228.
2009-05-11
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The Ford 8N, mass produced after World War II, revolutionized the farming industry. As a nod to the past, New Holland has introduced a tractor that pays homage to the original, the 8N Boomer.
2009-05-11
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Still a computer-based concept, the Fenix is a think-outside-the-box solution to the logistical and equipment difficulties that come with road paving. Using pods of asphalt mix and incorporating several features into one machine, the Fenix raises new ideas to solve an ongoing problem.
2009-05-11
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Smart highway proponents in the U.S. are rallying for a highway-to-vehicle communication system as Japan is ready to start a nationwide vehicle-to-infrastructure deployment.
2009-05-11
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Necessary but not sufficient: that was the consensus of participants in a recent conference about the $1.5 billion federal grant program for advanced batteries included in the stimulus package Congress passed in February.
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