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2012-10-23
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A retired military officer who was the development manager for the U.S. Department of Defense's $3 trillion, six-year Future Year Defense Plan wants suppliers to know that the military wants innovative product solutions.
2016-12-08
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Caterpillar has been working with Redbird the past year to provide drone data analytics for customers at construction and excavation sites, and now it's exploring the use of drones inside of its own facilities.
2008-06-19
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The trend in the marketplace for molded silicone rubber parts clearly favors the increased use of injectable liquid silicone rubber (LSR) due to its ease of processability, design versatility, excellent quality, and lower system costs. A new class of highly fluorinated LSRs provides added fuel, oil, and solvent resistance for the most demanding mobility applications.
2011-08-26
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ALTe Powertrain Technologies has developed a modular range-extended electric powertrain (REEP) system that specifically targets light- and medium-duty fleet vehicles such as delivery trucks, vans, and shuttle buses for retrofit application—and eventually maybe as an original-equipment option. The company projects an 80 to 200% improvement in fuel economy with a REEP installation.
2014-10-22
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As someone who benefited greatly from college scholarships, the Chair of SAE International’s Scholarship Committee, Ken Wolfgram, doesn’t want anyone to miss the upcoming application deadlines.
2014-05-12
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Higher fuel efficiency and reduced exhaust emissions are two potential benefits associated with Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI), a dual-fuel combustion strategy being spearheaded by a team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
2010-05-19
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John Deere Power Systems' full lineup of Interim Tier 4/Stage IIIB diesel engines is built upon simple, fuel-efficient, and field-proven technologies.
2011-04-18
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BorgWarner says the challenge of lowering emissions is an opportunity to improve fuel economy and performance.
2013-03-07
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Many suppliers feel off-highway owners will find much to like with hybrids, and some are unveiling hybrids that use either hydraulic or electric power to reduce fuel consumption and emissions while also improving performance.
2008-09-10
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Ongoing refinement of pollution-control strategies is not going to go away any time soon. Cooled exhaust gas recirculation systems play an important part because of their role in significantly reducing NOx output.
2011-10-27
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As companies strive to develop products faster with less cost, CAE simulation and physical test forge stronger ties.
2010-07-19
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As a diesel engine manufacturer, MTU’s product portfolio has been and continues to be shaped by the requirements set forth by EPA and its counterparts in countries around the world.
2009-07-20
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The off-highway equipment industry is on a clear path to introduce machines with near-zero emissions, made possible using advanced engine technologies and integrated exhaust aftertreatment. As Cummins looks ahead, perhaps an even greater challenge for the engine manufacturer is to also achieve higher fuel efficiency for the next generation of clean diesel engines.
2009-08-21
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Huss has developed an innovative LPS-SiC diesel particulate filter specifically for heavy-duty on- and off-highway applications.
2008-06-19
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Propelling Germany’s new armored tank, the Puma, will be a drive system from Tognum’s MTU Friedrichshafen. The engine for the system will be based on MTU’s Series 890 engines. It is a fourth-generation combat vehicle engine that evolved from applications in the Leopard I and II tanks and culminated in the U.S. Marine Corps Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle currently slated for deployment in 2015.
2008-06-19
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Deutz has developed a telemetry system for industrial engines that it says allow the engine and all machinery to be constantly evaluated in real time. By constantly monitoring engine and machine use and availability, customers can identify excess capacities and improve the efficiency of their vehicle fleets. The telematics work bi-directionally, providing remote access to defined functions as well as analyzing and monitoring the machine.
2008-06-19
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Designed specifically for construction and agricultural equipment as well as industrial power units, Perkins’ 3.3-l 800D engines offer a 4% increase in power and a torque rise of 5% compared to predecessor engines, according to the company. For improved combustion efficiency, cylinder heads incorporate an advanced cross-flow design, and two-stage injection helps to ensure complete combustion without driving up in-cylinder pressure.
2008-07-28
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The heavy-duty QSX engine from Cummins has been revamped to displace 16 L, and will be available with a fully integrated air intake to exhaust aftertreatment system to meet EPA Tier 4 Interim and European Stage IIIB off-highway emissions regulations in January 2011.
2009-08-12
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In the grand scheme of things, 2020 isn’t that far away. I see three megatrends influencing the use of composites in off-highway mobility.
2011-02-09
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New government regulations for shorter stopping distances, updated regulations for vehicle emissions, and the rising cost of fuel are causing both military customers and fleet customers to look at weight reduction in their vehicles.
2014-09-24
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The use of quenched and tempered steels for dumper bodies reduces weight and fuel consumption while increasing payload capacity and wear life.
2008-06-19
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Set for North American launch in 2008, Daimler’s new 14.8-L DD15 diesel introduces a turbo compound system that delivers up to 50 hp (37 kW) to the engine’s flywheel with no fuel penalty, and a hydraulically amplified common-rail fuel system that can deliver up to five injection events per combustion cycle. The four-engine family will share parts and some modules, with alternate versions to satisfy local regulations in Europe and Japan.
2013-06-18
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As an EV price war rages, gas-powered vehicles are becoming more efficient and hybrids are getting cheaper. What's an EV engineer to do?
2010-06-25
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Deere describes its 2011 lineup of crossover utility vehicles as consisting of its most performance-driven Gators to date, for an "unparalleled balance" between work and recreation.
2010-09-16
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With 100,000 lb (445 kN) of pullback and 12,000 lb·ft (16,270 N·m), Ditch Witch's JT100 All Terrain directional drill is built for extended-range bores and installations of large-diameter pipe.
2010-03-10
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Bobcat says its three new excavators in the 4- to 5-ton (3.6- to 4.5-t) weight class offer improved performance and operator comfort.
2010-04-08
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Caterpillar says its D7E track-type tractor, with its diesel-electric powertrain, has proved its ability to deliver reliable, low-cost production in a range of applications.
2009-09-24
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Following an extensive amount of customer input and feedback, Komatsu America Corp.'s new D375A-6 crawler dozer includes a number of technological enhancements for improved productivity.
2009-02-04
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The Toolcat 5610 was designed to eliminate several larger light-duty machines, combining what the company says are the best features of a pickup truck, skid-steer loader, tractor, and utility vehicle.
2010-01-12
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Polaris' new EV LSV features a 500-lb (227-kg) cargo box capacity and a 1000-lb (454-kg) payload capacity.
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