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2009-01-12
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Fairchild Controls, a business unit of EADS North America headquartered in Frederick, MD, has been selected to develop an airborne cooling system for Northrop Grumman Corp.’s ALQ-122 electronics suite installed on U.S.
2009-01-12
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Porsche has taken its new four-door, four-seat Panamera partially off the secret list and confirmed that there will be a hybrid version.
2009-01-12
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BMW has given its new Z4 two-seat sports car a retractable hardtop, plus a raft of technology changes, and has stretched its dimensions.
2009-01-12
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A parallelogram rear-door action, a pedestrian safety system, and double-wave shoulder line are some of the distinguishing design features of the Volvo S60 Concept.
2009-01-12
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Audi’s announcement that the already ultra-high-performance R8 is now available with a 5.2-L V10 engine flies in the face of the global economic slowdown and increasing emphasis on environmental cars. But Audi is convinced that there continues to be a place for such low-volume, high-powered cars.
2009-01-12
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Two new machines from Atlas Copco, the ROC L8 in either 25 or 30 series form, are reverse circulation models for the mining market.
2009-01-12
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Automotive window tinting can be a relatively high-cost item, but taping is a potentially financially effective alternative. One example: the use of 3M’s adhesive transfer tape has helped OE Sunshades, a manufacturer of automotive privacy shades, to accelerate lead times and switch production from the Far East.
2009-01-12
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A combination of a diesel-electric drive system and collected energy during the braking process enable the LeTourneau L-1150 to be a very efficient wheeled loader.
2009-01-11
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Corus is helping optimize press shop tooling at Volvo’s plant in Torslanda, Sweden, using its experience in the use of strain measurement systems.
2009-01-11
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PSA Peugeot Citroën is continuing its diesel-hybrid development program in a strategic partnership with Bosch.
2009-01-11
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The MT6300AC is a new ac-drive mining truck from Terex that features a 400-ton (363-t) capacity along with a 3750-hp (2800-kW) 20-cylinder engine.
2009-01-11
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The microprocessors that help automakers add many new features and functions continue to evolve, following trends of industries that have less demanding environments. A growing number of automotive applications are adopting dual-core devices and floating-point processors, though cost justification remains a barrier for both technologies.
2009-01-10
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Big changes for Porsche’s second-generation Boxster and Cayman sports cars reflect the engine technology developments for the 911, with upgrades bringing more power and better fuel efficiency to the flat-six units. The models are also available with Porsche’s PDK double-clutch gearbox.
2009-01-10
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Launched in late 2008, Toyota says its new 2009 Venza is not an SUV, a wagon, a coupe, or a sedan.
2009-01-10
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In a surprise move, the Bush administration on Jan. 7 decided that it will not finalize its plans for increasing the corporate average fuel economy (CAFE). It will be up to the Obama administration to implement rules to bring the CAFE standards to the congressionally mandated 35 mpg by 2020.
2009-01-10
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A123Systems, a Massachusetts maker of lithium-ion batteries, plans to build its first U.S. plant in southeastern Michigan. In a Jan. 7 press release, the company said it has applied for $1.84 billion in direct loans from the U.S.
2009-01-10
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Mazda Motor Corp. claims a world first with the application of its single-nanocatalyst technology, which is said to control material structures on an even smaller scale than nanotechnology, in the underfloor catalytic converter in the new Mazda3 (known as the Mazda Axela in Japan) when it goes on sale this year.
2009-01-10
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Terra Environmental Technologies Inc. and Brenntag North America have formed a mutually exclusive, multiyear strategic alliance designed to supply the U.S. and Canada with TerraCair ultrapure diesel exhaust fluid (DEF).
2009-01-10
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To enhance its position in China and the rest of the word, Flow International has purchased a $2 million minority stake in Dardi International Corp., China's leading waterjet manufacturer. Privately held Dardi is the world's leading waterjet supplier for the "economy” segment of the market, and the largest volume producer of waterjets in Asia with three factories located near Nanjing, China.
2009-01-10
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Advantech adds the VITA-350P Windows mobile data terminal and the TREK-305R 5.7-in (145-mm) TFT vehicle-mount display panel to its Mobile Resource Management product line.
2009-01-10
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Rugged 3U CyberResearch RMSC MX chassis consist of 1.6-mm (0.063-in) steel and are suitable for challenging off-road mobile applications and limited vehicle space.
2009-01-10
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Bosch features a line of performance fuel injectors for engine builders and enthusiasts.
2009-01-09
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The challenge for each of 10 high school student teams was to build a single-seat electric-powered vehicle with at least one innovative feature using a $10,000 budget.
2009-01-09
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Alex Cattelan leads development of the pioneering E-REV powertrain.
2009-01-08
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A new paver can spray sealant over old road surfaces and then pave a thin overlay of asphalt directly over it, making the process of laying a repair layer much easier.
2009-01-08
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P&H is adding ac drives to its line of electric shovels. After success with trial models in oil-sand mining, the company will make its flagship shovel, the 4100XPC, available in ac form.
2009-01-08
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To better meet the needs of its mining customers, Sandvik has updated its Toro 9 underground loader with improved electrics and hydraulics.
2009-01-08
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The 960E has taken over top spot in Komatsu's mining truck line and does so with the efficiency of a diesel-electric power system, which reduces fuel consumption and running costs.
2009-01-08
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FormTech Industries has acquired American Axle & Manufacturing's forging operations in Tonawanda, NY. In the asset-swap transaction, AAM has acquired FormTech's business for hypoid pinion and ring gear forgings, as well as its near-net differential gear operations including a plant in Fort Wayne, IN.
2009-01-08
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A unique design of the forthcoming Liebherr TI 274 mining truck lessens the empty weight by integrating the body as a part of the load-bearing structure. Four independent electric motors and two rear axles maximize control and grip.
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