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2009-02-10
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D2T’s mono-cylinder engine offers customers a way to validate certain aspects of their design prior to launching prototypes.
2009-02-10
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With the demand for increased fuel efficiency, gear surface finish has become a priority for manufacturers.
2009-02-10
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The Lee Company introduces a miniature, self-retained, calibrated IMH insert orifice for liquids and gases.
2009-02-10
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USA Tolerance Rings, in partnership with Ididit, has developed a collapse ring for steering columns to prevent a driver from being impaled with the steering column during a front-end collision.
2009-02-10
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Hess Industries works with commercial diesel engine and exhaust aftertreatment device manufacturers on developing canning solutions to meet 2010 emissions requirements.
2009-02-10
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French automotive cluster Mov’eo is dedicated to “private cars and public transport, safe for man and his environment.”
2009-02-10
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Stork Fokker, a Stork Aerospace company, announced Feb. 9 that it has received a contract from Boeing for manufacture of CH-47F Chinook aft section major subassemblies. High-speed machining and other capabilities will be employed for the project at Stork Fokker’s facilities in Papendrecht and Hoogeveen, The Netherlands.
2009-02-09
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Rolls-Royce signed a memorandum of understanding with the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) to undertake a joint research project, the focus of which is on developing manufacturing techniques and utilizing new materials for use in low-pressure turbine blades for the group’s gas turbine engines.
2009-02-09
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Naval Air Systems Command awarded the Bell Boeing Program Office Phase I of a two-phase Joint Performance Based Logistics (PBL) contract in support of the U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command to support the V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft.
2009-02-09
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Electronic controls are making it safer for operators to stand on an aerial platform that lifts them 50 ft (15 m) in the air. Italian supplier Bluelift teamed up with TTControl to develop controls that stabilize the system and manage most other aspects of vehicle control.
2009-02-09
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The transition to Tier 4 engine technologies is prompting major changes in engine technologies. But it’s also triggering significant modifications in the way Caterpillar designs its engines.
2009-02-09
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Four new models from Cat mark the new mining truck model line, with some redesigned to allow for an ac-drive option. The trucks have been under development since 2004 and will be introduced over the next two years.
2009-02-09
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The SiC composite diesel particulate filter (DPF) from Ceramiques Techniques et Industrielles (CTI) and the IFP is made using a cost-effective manufacturing process that enables the production of many different sizes and shapes.
2009-02-09
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The Torductor-S torque sensor from ABB provides reliable and consistent noncontact torque measurement.
2009-02-09
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The Scuderi Group has announced its proof-of-concept prototype of the Scuderi Split-Cycle Engine.
2009-02-09
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MMT is an applied R&D company specializing in the development of electromagnetic circuits for Hall-effect position sensors, electric motors, and direct drive actuators.
2009-02-09
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Diversified Technical Systems' Slice Micro and Slice Nano are the firm's next-generation data recorders for the automotive test market.
2009-02-09
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A gaseous-fuel slave control unit from IAV provides the means for upgrading gasoline concepts to run on gaseous fuels quickly and cost-effectively without having to modify the existing engine control unit.
2009-02-09
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The modular design of Kistler Instrument’s M12 and M14 measuring spark plugs types 6115B and 6118B consists of a demountable connection cable, replaceable sensor, and ceramic body, providing efficient maintenance and easy repairs.
2009-02-09
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The PTM820 line of electronic control unit (ECU) test solutions from PTM Electronics offers electronics suppliers and remanufacturers development and testing of a range of automotive ECUs including ABS, engine and powertrain controllers, HVAC, body, IPCs, and telematics.
2009-02-09
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International Products' Micro-90 is used to clean industrial filter membranes including those for industrial wastewater generated by an automotive engine plant.
2009-02-09
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The U.S. EPA will hold a public hearing March 5 on California's request to set its own standards for greenhouse-gas emissions. The California Air Resources Board's 2005 waiver request was denied by the Bush administration in 2006, but President Barack Obama has instructed the EPA to reconsider it.
2009-02-06
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A new mini excavator from JCB is designed to be easily transportable to meet new European towing regulations.
2009-02-06
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Finland-based Valtra's new S-Series tractors come in five forms and offer a list of options designed with usability in mind.
2009-02-06
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Boeing has implemented the Presagis Lyra image generator solution as part of the next-generation Apache helicopter simulator (AH-64D) at its Mesa, AZ, facility.
2009-02-06
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Engineers at Georgia Tech Research Institute are investigating the sources of noise in UAVs to quiet the aircraft and give them an additional form of stealth.
2009-02-06
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Goodrich Corp.'s Sensors and Integrated Systems team in Burnsville, MN, has donated an icing wind tunnel to Iowa State University. The tunnel will be the university's first wind tunnel to be able to perform icing physics research and will be housed in Iowa State's wind simulation and testing (WiST) laboratory.
2009-02-06
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Rolls-Royce Corp. selected Eaton Corp. for two applications on the engine for the Airbus A350 XWB program. Eaton will design, develop, and supply both the main engine fuel pump and the engine build-up subsystems for the next generation of Trent engines. 
2009-02-06
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Eurocopter UK announced plans to build a helicopter service center in Dyce, Aberdeen. The facility will offer logistical and technical support and flight simulator training for the U.K.’s main heliport for the offshore oil industry.
2009-02-06
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Honeywell selected Hamilton Sundstrand's Kidde Aerospace & Defense business unit to supply the overheat detection system (ODS) for the Airbus A350 XWB platform. The A350 XWB ODS will monitor the aircraft environmental control system's bleed air ducts for overheat conditions caused by failures.
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