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2016-03-03
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SDCmaterials will partner with Car Sound and supply the company with Nano-on-Nano material for its catalytic converters, using substantially less precious metal.
2016-03-02
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Vehicles that use all four wheels to steer are more agile, easier to park, and safer to drive. In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Editor-in-Chief Lindsay Brooke tests a new prototype four-wheel steering system from supplier ZF-TRW.
2016-03-01
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With the European Commission announcing a Stage V criteria emissions regulation for off-highway, scheduled to phase-in as early as 2019, engine developers must adapt.
2016-03-01
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The growing role of electronics and software is altering the design process, requiring a greater focus on validation and verification, particularly to meet the stringent demands of off-highway environments.
2016-03-01
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Other technologies and “building blocks” above and beyond the new stealth bomber the USAF is looking to harvest include autonomous learning systems, human-machine collaboration, and smart weapons
2016-03-01
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Fuji Electric has introduced its 7th generation IGBT (insulated-gate bipolar transistor) modules which offer an increased current rating for reduced package sizes and improved power cycling capability for enhanced reliability.
2016-03-01
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New Vishay Intertechnology bidirectional single-line ESD protection diodes in the compact SOD-323 package save board space in automotive applications.
2016-02-29
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GKN Driveline's prototype electric torque vectoring driveline can be tuned to provide sportier vehicle dynamics, stabilizing the car and reducing ESP intrusion. It is aimed at 2019 production.
2016-02-29
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Ford begins its switch in April. GM expects most models to have R-1234yf by late 2016. And Mercedes is fitting an onboard fire-suppression system to allay engineers' fears of potential fire danger.
2016-02-29
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Three SAE standards are to be incorporated in EPA regulations, including refrigerant identification, built-in or via USB on hand-held units, incorporated in requirements for recovery/recycle/recharge equipment. There's also a standard for testing internal heat exchangers in development.
2016-02-26
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With the success of the SYERS-2 flight, Northrop Grumman plans to fly an optical bar camera sensor and an MS-177 multi-spectral sensor later in the year.
2016-02-26
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Aerospace and defense companies that provide maintenance repair and overhaul services increasingly find themselves out of their comfort zone as the recent appetite for new airplanes, especially in emerging markets, spurs dramatic shifts in their business.
2016-02-23
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Wireless charging is the next technology leap for electric vehicles. In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Editor-In-Chief Lindsay Brooke looks at Google's wireless testing charging for its driverless cars.
2016-02-22
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Expert presenters at the 13th annual SAE Hybrid & EV Symposium agreed vehicle hybridization minimally will need to become mainstream technology in order for OEMs to meet pending global CO2 emission requirements.
2016-02-19
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Tern continues to undergo progress toward creating a new class of unmanned air systems combining shipboard takeoff and landing capabilities, enhanced speed and endurance, and supervised autonomy.
2016-02-19
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easyJet has set new targets for 2020 that will contribute to a reduction of 7% over the next five years compared to ‎it‎s emissions today.
2016-02-19
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At the recent 2016 SAE Hybrid & EV Symposium in California, Automotive Engineering talked with Tim Grewe, GM’s Director of General Electrification, about the role of controls in the electrified vehicle space.
2016-02-18
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The "tale of two U.S. auto industries"—the "old" one based in Michigan, and the "new" one based in Silicon Valley—makes for juicy news. In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Editor-in-Chief Lindsay Brooke looks at the amalgamation of the new U.S. auto industry.
2016-02-18
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In its latest break from its storied but perceptually stodgy past, General Motors has renamed its Powertrain division—since 1992 the unit responsible for design, development and manufacturing of engines and transmissions—to GM Global Propulsion Systems.
2016-02-17
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After launching the burly Titan XD last fall, Nissan promised a light-duty version as a follow-up. Now it's here: the half-ton 2017 Titan launches this summer.
2016-02-17
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As OEMs and Tier 1s expand their view of personal mobility, and its potential profit centers, they're rolling out battery-powered electric bikes that let drivers park cars in less congested areas and pedal the remaining distances.
2016-02-17
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The full-size SUV switches from the Titan pickup platform, to that of the iconic Patrol.
2016-02-16
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The all-new Niro shares much of its platform and powertrain with Hyundai's Ioniq sedan. The P2 hybrid is expected to have a plug-in version at a later date.
2016-02-16
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The 2016 XC90 T8 Twin Engine has seven drive modes and three power sources.
2016-02-16
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Engineers are considering a range of electrical power storage devices, including ultracapacitors and even the venerable lead-acid battery, to handle the demands of new vehicle stop-start systems.
2016-02-14
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The T-50A was developed jointly by Lockheed Martin and Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) to replace the T-38 and train pilots to fly fifth-generation aircraft such as the F-22 and F-35.
2016-02-12
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KISTERS has released version 2016 of its 3DViewStation Desktop, which features modern user-interface, high-performance 3D-viewing, advanced analysis, and digital mockup.
2016-02-12
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Cooling circuit components installed by automotive manufacturers consist of a direct composite comprising the PPA VESTAMID HTplus R1033 by the Resource Efficiency segment of Evonik, and a newly developed HNBR elastomer by KACO.
2016-02-10
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The Tier 4-compliant, 160-hp (119-kW) DL220-5 features an adjustable auto-shutdown function to save fuel during non-working conditions and a new high-lift Z-bar configuration that extends the dump height by 18 in (457 mm) compared to the standard model.
2016-02-10
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International Truck launches the HX Series, consisting of four new Class 8 vocational truck models designed for the severe service industry including construction and concrete. It is the first all-new vehicle introduced by International Truck since 2010.
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