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2017-06-16
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In a production vehicle that Tula tested, conventional operation yielded what was termed an “objectionable” audible boom at 47 Hz with production calibration. However, under DSF operation all firing patterns resulting in frequencies between 44 Hz and 48 Hz were avoided.
2017-06-13
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Multi-disciplinary teams from three global software-engineering facilities model the system’s physics and graphically create control algorithms to embed into a microprocessor.
2017-04-20
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Exa Corp. is focusing on the vital and sometimes overlooked aspect of automated drivin: keeping onboard camera lenses and other sensor surfaces clean in all road conditions.
2017-04-11
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As Mercedes and Audi launch the new CO2 A/C refrigerant in production, members of Germany's VDA consortium ask for a compatible SAE standard during the SAE Interior Climate Control Committee meeting in April.
2017-03-13
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Gesture control is becoming more commonplace in many of the devices we use in our daily lives, from games consoles, swiping and pinching on mobile phones, to point-of-sale devices such as ticketing systems in train stations.
2017-03-06
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The 7th generation 5 Series, known internally as the G30, focuses on power, torque, mass and aero-drag reduction and refinement.
2017-01-24
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SAE again evolves mobility thought exchange with new-look WCX17.
2017-01-13
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Range anxiety is not just affecting EV drivers on the road; it is also a significant hurdle for Formula E teams on the track. U.K. simulator specialist rFpro says its technology can help.
2016-11-15
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At least for this moment, all is right with the world as Mercedes-Benz reinstates a new-age version of its iconic inline six-cylinder engine.
2016-11-07
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The Administration recently announced details of the expanded network of EV charging stations across nearly 25,000 mi (40,233 km) of highways in 35 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
2016-10-24
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The key to engineering greatness is the willingness to take intelligent risks—both reputational and risks with the product, says one of the industry's greatest "product guys."
2016-09-18
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Volvo isn't trying to be BMW or Mercedes-Benz, promoting the all-new 2017 S90 sedan as a true luxury car with an emphasis on technology and safety rather than searing performance.
2016-09-06
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BASF offers an additional service for polyurethane (PU) systems in automotive interiors.
2016-08-04
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What does it cost to replace an EV battery at the retail level? For a BMW i3 a new battery will set owners back about $16,000, according to Dr. Christian Cozzarini, BMW Department Head, Environmental Engineering, who spoke at the 2016 CAR Management Briefing Seminars.
2016-06-20
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Making extensive use of 3D printing techniques, the Vision Next 100 is Rolls-Royce's design and engineering teams' forward-reaching concept of super-luxury mobility over the next century.
2016-06-14
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BWI Group believes its second-generation Magneto Rheological (MR) powertrain mount helps meet downsized-powertrain NVH challenges.
2016-06-10
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Solvay launches new rapid cure resin system MTR 760 for the manufacture of new BMW M4 GTS hoods made of carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic.
2016-03-29
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All the talk about self-driving cars, car sharing, and a new generation of consumers who really don't care much about cars is having a major impact at BMW.
2016-03-19
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An "electronic assistant" with the capability to determine if the driver is capable of receiving information under safety critical conditions.
2016-02-03
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The new ALL4 driveline was designed to keep fuel consumption and emissions comparable to those of 2-wheel drive Mini models.
2015-10-14
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The three arch-competitors formed the new CMC to speed development of intelligent bikes and their integration into the V2V and V2I ecosystem.
2015-09-21
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A "carbon core" structure anchors the company's technology-laden flagship that can self-park.
2015-08-13
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Why did BMW, Audi, and Daimler recently get together to buy Nokia's digital map unit for $3.1 billion? In this episode of SAE Eye on Engineering, Senior Editor Lindsay Brooke looks at the map technology recently purchased by the three German automakers. 
2015-06-02
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The WI system is in pilot development with a Bosch customer. Test results to date show a reduction of fuel consumption at high loads and low rpm (up to 4% improvement on the NEDC cycle); reduction or avoidance of fuel enrichment and lower exhaust-gas temperatures at high loads and high rpm, and improved torque.
2014-12-29
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When is an SUV not and SUV? When it’s the new Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe, a sportier version of the GLE, formerly M-Class.
2014-11-13
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Having two gear ratios rather than the single ratio that is typical of EVs enables the eAxle to boost the i8's all-wheel-drive performance across its entire speed range.
2014-10-20
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Automakers are racing to cut the cost of lightweight materials that help boost fuel efficiency. In this week's SAE Eye on Engineering, Senior Editor Lindsay Brooke looks at the U.S. and German automakers' push for low-cost carbon fiber.
2014-08-19
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Engineers developed a cast-aluminum, liquid-cooled turbine housing that saves cost and weight.
2014-07-15
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With an exceptionally rigid unibody, solid-mounted rear subframe, and lighter transmission, the twin-turbo inline six-cylinder model is faster than the outgoing V8.
2014-06-23
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For over 40 years, Alpina has been BMW's 'outside' tuning house. Their CEO explains the synergies behind his company's success.
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