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2014-10-13
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Researchers discover factor that could have significant impact on industrial biofuel production.
2014-10-03
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Based on the rotor coaxial design used in Sikorsky’s X2 technology demonstrator, the S-97 features next-generation technologies in a multi-mission configuration (armed aerial scout or light assault).
2014-10-02
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Featuring a net 324 hp (242 kW) diesel engine, the HM300-5 is powered by a Komatsu SAA6D125E-7 engine that is EPA Tier 4 Final emissions certified.
2014-10-02
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With its European base and global presence, it would only make sense that Airbus would take a leading role in the EU’s CleanSky 2, a joint technology initiative that is the follow-up to the CleanSky aerospace research program.
2014-09-30
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SkyVis provides helicopter pilots with a conformal “head out” view, displaying flight, vehicle, and navigation symbology for day and night operation, in limited weather conditions.
2014-09-24
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The seal from SKF features a multilip cassette seal design incorporating optimized lip geometry, stainless steel counter surface, and a specially formulated nitrile compound to reduce wear and aging.
2014-09-23
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The first U.S. Navy MQ-4C Triton unmanned aircraft system (UAS) recently flew 11 hours from the Northrop Grumman facility in Palmdale, CA, to the Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Maryland to start its next phase of testing, moving the program closer toward operational assessment.
2014-09-23
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Boeing and Liquid Robotics have signed a global, multi-year teaming agreement to develop total integrated solutions for anti-submarine warfare, maritime domain awareness, and other maritime defense applications.
2014-09-22
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Internal combustion engines are poised for dramatic breakthroughs in improving efficiency with lower emissions, due in part to low-temperature combustion regimes. Such regimes show great efficiency and emissions potential, but they present optimization and control challenges.
2014-09-22
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For the M318F and M320F, customers specified quality and reliability, low operating costs, durability, and operator comfort and safety.
2014-09-19
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Development of the concept that became the newest and fourth entry into Lexus’s line of SUVs, the compact NX, began in 2009, though the design was finished relatively recently, according to Takeaki Kato, Chief Engineer of the NX.
2014-09-17
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Many legacy features are continued on Hitachi Construction Machinery's most recent version of its EH1100 rigid dump truck, the EH1100-5
2014-08-19
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Depending on which off-highway engine manufacturer you’re talking to, it is either an advantage that its teams of engineers design specifically and solely for the off-highway industry, or it is an advantage that its teams of engineers design for both the on- and off-highway industries.
2014-07-28
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Three G-Series excavator models—250G LC, 350G LC, and 380G LC—now meet the strictest emissions standards while offering higher productivity and uptime, and lower operating costs.
2014-07-28
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When Ricardo first started development of magnetically coupled kinetic energy storage devices, it looked at a number of electromagnetic simulators on the market to help shorten design-to-manufacture times.
2014-07-21
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The new Tier 4 Final/Stage IV-compliant EC250E and EC300E crawler excavators from Volvo Construction Equipment were designed to reduce fuel consumption and increase productivity.
2014-07-15
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Company says Fuselage Automated Upright Build is expected to yield safety, quality benefits; had been in development since 2012.
2014-07-15
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Chief F-35 Test Pilot Al Norman said at the air show "the helmet provides unprecedented situational awareness for pilots," and he loves it.
2014-07-09
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The U.S. Army and GE Aviation have signed five cooperative agreements to advance technology development for GE's next-generation turboshaft engine designs.
2014-06-20
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What researchers at MIT refer to as an exotic state of matter--a “random solid solution”--affects how ions move through battery material.
2014-06-20
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JCB will be supplying high-speed backhoe loaders to the U.S. Army under a $50 million contract. The High Mobility Engineer Excavators (HMEEs) will be manufactured at JCB’s North American plant in Savannah, GA, and will be delivered by 2017.
2014-06-20
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CFM International has initiated ground testing of the first all-new LEAP-1B engine that will exclusively power the Boeing 737 MAX. CFM ran the engine for the first time on June 13, three days ahead of schedule.
2014-06-16
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The 990K features a redesigned cab that delivers an enhanced operator interface and a quiet environment, and several new features to promote operator and maintenance technician safety and performance.
2014-05-23
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Mitsubishi Electric Corp. has completed its development of the ALOS-2:DAICHI-2 advanced land-observation satellite based on a contract awarded to the company by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) in 2009.
2014-05-22
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VariGlide has undergone more than 70,000 hours of durability testing, and leverages more than 600 U.S. and international patents and patent applications for a new transmission design for forklifts that incorporates continuously variable planetary technology.
2014-05-22
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When making cellulosic ethanol from plants, one problem is what to do with a woody agricultural waste product called lignin.
2014-05-14
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Customer feedback drove Deere to offer new LED worklights for better illumination around the G-Series models.
2014-05-13
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In addition to its engine and emissions updates, design enhancements and a wide range of options simplify maintenance and operations of the new 800 Series.
2014-05-13
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In May, BorgWarner announced that it had begun production of its electronically controlled Visctronic fan drives at its new plant in Itatiba City, Brazil.  According to Daniel Paterra, President and General Manager, BorgWarner Thermal Systems, the Itatiba City plant "allows us to produce advanced technologies for our customers locally, and our new engineering center expands BorgWarner’s network of technical centers, enhancing our local testing and validation capabilities.”
2014-05-08
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The first ever Airbus A350 XWB to visit the U.S., MSN2, arrived the second week in May at McKinley Climatic Lab at Eglin Air Force base in Florida. Over several weeks the aircraft and its various systems and cabin installations will be subjected to the extreme hot and cold temperatures that the facility can sustain in a testing environment.
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