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2009-03-13
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Kineo CAM’s collision detector KCD V2.04.6 software library offers increased performance.
2009-03-13
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PCB Automotive Sensor’s 5300D Torkdisc inline rotary torque sensor systems were designed for test applications requiring a rotary torque transducer with limited axial space.
2009-03-13
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The Model HT378B02 high-temperature acoustic measurement system from PCB Automotive Sensors is a combined condenser microphone and preamplifier system used by test engineers to measure sound amplitude and to perform frequency analysis.
2009-03-13
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The SBL300 from SPAL USA is a completely sealed brushless motor designed to suit a variety of air movement needs.
2009-03-13
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KABELTRAX Worldwide’s F.I.T. (Flexible Installation Tape) cable routing system allows flexible, cost-effective organization and routing of wires and cables in a wide variety of on-vehicle applications.
2009-03-13
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The distance control assist (DCA) system from Nissan North America determines a driver’s following distance as well as the relative speed of both vehicles using a radar sensor installed in the front bumper.
2009-03-13
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PCB Piezotronics has improved the ready-to-ship stock program for low-profile and rod-end style load cell sensors to provide customers more immediate delivery.
2009-03-12
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An integrated development tool chain for hybrid and electric vehicle applications is offered from dSpace.
2009-03-12
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The Model 1621-02A S-type load cell from PCB Piezotronics was designed for measurement in multicycle, high-repetition automotive component and system test applications.
2009-03-12
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DiSTI Corp.’s GL Studio 4.0 software upgrade offers greater ease of use and productivity for the developer, higher performance of the deployed application, and better overall value to the customer.
2009-03-12
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The Geneva Motor Show saw the first public appearance of the new Porsche 911 GT3. Its naturally aspirated engine’s capacity has been upped to 3.8 L and produces 320 kW (429 hp). Like the GT3, Porsche’s MY2009 entry-level Boxster has not been given direct fuel injection. Its capacity has been upped to 2.9 L, and its output is 188 kW (252 hp). The 3.4-L 228-kW (306-hp) Boxster S, however, does have a direct-injection system.
2009-03-12
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The March 5 EPA hearing on California’s request to be allowed to set the first greenhouse-gas tailpipe emissions standard in the U.S. showcased the domestic industry’s engineering advances over the past half decade. Whether the waiver is granted remains to be seen.
2009-03-11
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A thermal barrier ceramic coating used on a Honda Civic racecar has allowed the T.J.H. Motorsport team to realize the true capacity of its gas tank, helpi­ng it achieve a best-ever sixth place in the recent Britcar 24-h race. Using Zircotec’s exhaust coating enabled the car to take on an extra 16 L (4.2 gal) of fuel per stop in the Britcar event.
2009-03-11
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Curtiss-Wright Corp. has acquired EST Group Inc., a provider of products and repair services for heat-management and cooling systems utilized in the energy and defense markets. The business will become part of Curtiss-Wright’s Flow Control segment.
2009-03-11
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C4 Advanced Solutions (C4AS) and EADS Defence & Security (DS) created a joint-venture (JV) company in Abu Dhabi to develop and market high-tech solutions in the field of defense and security applications.
2009-03-11
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Corning Inc. will provide Navistar Inc. with emissions-control products for Navistar’s medium- and heavy-duty MaxxForce diesel engines with Advanced EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) technology. The multiyear agreement will enable Navistar to meet U.S.
2009-03-11
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The battle for better battery technology is far from over, and one of the central challenges now is to achieve manufacturing consistency. Ricardo hopes to find solutions at two battery development centers it recently has established.
2009-03-11
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Northrop Grumman Corp. signed a U.S. Department of Defense mentor-protege agreement with Adept Technologies, a teammate on Northrop Grumman’s Command Post Platform program. The program provides the U.S.
2009-03-11
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Bell Aerospace Services Inc. has begun work on a multiyear contract with a projected total value of $173 million, as a subcontract member of a team led by PKL Services Inc. of Poway, CA. The team is providing selected organizational-level maintenance (Reset) for Lot 3 and Lot 4 of U.S.
2009-03-11
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Georgia Tech Research Institute is leading a team of researchers from five universities and research organizations to investigate the feasibility of using a forward-looking interferometer to detect several invisible atmospheric hazards during takeoff, cruise, and landing.
2009-03-11
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Sunnen’s HTA all-electric system was engineered for hydraulic service facilities’ resurfacing and repair of actuators on construction, mining, farming, and forestry equipment.
2009-03-11
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PCB Automotive Sensors offers Series 5400 wheel force transducers for road load data acquisition.
2009-03-11
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Natural State Research (NSR) has developed a formula to create liquid fuel from most types of plastic waste.
2009-03-11
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A map and positioning engine (MPE) strategy from Navteq offers improved map-enhanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to all vehicles, including those without a navigation system.
2009-03-10
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Saint-Gobain’s silicon carbide (SiC) diesel particulate filter (DPF) features high porosity.
2009-03-10
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CFM International signed an agreement with GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. to work toward the development of a new CFM56 Maintenance Training Center at the Rajiv Gandhi Airport in Hyderabad, India.
2009-03-10
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Indigo diagnostic tester from Vector CANtech provides a quick overview of vehicle status and uncomplicated access to diagnostic data.
2009-03-10
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Companies that emit more than 25,000 t of greenhouse gases (GHG) annually from their facilities would be required to report how much of each type they emit under a proposed rule announced March 10 by the EPA.
2009-03-10
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Kenworth Truck Co.’s largest-ever hybrid-truck order comes from Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) for 150 Kenworth T370 diesel-electric tractors and 35 Kenworth T370 hybrid trucks to be on the road this year.
2009-03-10
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GE Aviation has opened a new systems manufacturing facility in Suzhou, China. The expansion covers 18,600 m², and workers there will be capable of producing autoclaved composite parts, mechanical fabrications, structure assembly, and civil aircraft actuation systems.
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