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2012-05-25
Video
In support of the U.S Department of Energy's Vehicle Technologies Program, numerous vehicle technology combinations have been simulated using Autonomie. Argonne National Laboratory (Argonne) designed and wrote the Autonomie modeling software to serve as a single tool that could be used to meet the requirements of automotive engineering throughout the development process, from modeling to control, offering the ability to quickly compare the performance and fuel efficiency of numerous powertrain configurations. For this study, a multitude of vehicle technology combinations were simulated for many different vehicles classes and configurations, which included conventional, power split hybrid electric vehicle (HEV), power split plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), extended-range EV (E-REV)-capability PHEV, series fuel cell, and battery electric vehicle.
2012-05-25
Video
In this paper we present the results of full-scale chassis dynamometer testing of two hybrid transit bus configurations, parallel and series and, in addition, quantify the impact of air conditioning. We also study the impact of using an electrically controlled cooling fan. The main trend that is noted, and perhaps expected, is that a significant fuel penalty is encountered during operation with air conditioning, ranging from 17-27% for the four buses considered. The testing shows that the series hybrid architecture is more efficient than the parallel hybrid in improving fuel economy during urban, low speed stop and go transit bus applications. In addition, smart cooling systems, such as the electrically controlled cooling fan can show a fuel economy benefit especially during high AC (or other increased engine load) conditions.
2012-04-10
Video
Understanding in-use fleet operating behavior is of paramount importance when evaluating the potential of advanced/alternative vehicle technologies. Accurately characterizing real world vehicle operation assists in properly allocating advanced technologies, playing a role in determining initial payback period and return on investment. In addition, this information contributes to the design and deployment of future technologies as the result of increased awareness regarding tractive power requirements associated with typical operating behavior. In this presentation, the concept of vehicle duty cycles and their relation to advanced technologies will be presented and explored. Additionally, current research attempts to characterize school bus operation will be examined, and existing computational analysis and evaluation tools associated with these efforts discussed. Presenter Adam Duran, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2011-10-28
Video
SAE 2011 High Efficiency IC Engines Symposium - Opening Session Presenter John Gary Smyth, General Motors Company
2012-06-18
Video
The combination of advanced combustion with advanced selective catalytic reduction (SCR) catalyst formulations was studied in the work presented here to determine the impact of the unique hydrocarbon (HC) emissions from premixed charge compression ignition (PCCI) combustion on SCR performance. Catalyst core samples cut from full size commercial Fe- and Cu-zeolite SCR catalysts were exposed to a slipstream of raw engine exhaust from a 1.9-liter 4-cylinder diesel engine operating in conventional and PCCI combustion modes. The zeolites which form the basis of these catalysts are different with the Cu-based catalyst made on a chabazite zeolite which las smaller pore structures relative to the Fe-based catalyst. Subsequent to exposure, bench flow reactor characterization of performance and hydrocarbon release and oxidation enabled evaluation of overall impacts from the engine exhaust.
2008-06-23
Technical Paper
2008-01-1742
Xiaoliang Ding, Jun Wang, Youtong Zhang, Lianda Liu
In order to meet the need of high pressure common rail diesel engine, calibration for injection quantity and basic MAP of electronic-controlled injector are made. Combining with testing data, influencing factors for consistency and identity of injecting fuel in electronic-controlled injector are analyzed, in the condition of small quantity, controlled-pressure undulation quantity and injecting pulse revising are presented to achieve the respective demand. Primary basic map for common rail pressure and injecting fuel are fixed with alterable step method, and calibration of fuel quantity MAP is made on bench test. Finally test of electronic-controlled injector equipped in diesel engine is finished, testing result showed that calibration process and method are reasonable.
HISTORICAL
1991-07-01
Standard
AS4108
This specification defines the requirements for A-286 cres T-bolts and eye bolts, with room temperature tensile strength of 160 000 to 190 000 psi, for use with clamps and V-band couplings at 1000°F maximum ambient temperature.
CURRENT
2018-01-19
Standard
AS4959A
This procurement specification covers bolts and screws made from a corrosion and heat resistant, age hardenable iron base alloy of the type identified under the Unified Numbering Systems as UNS S66286. The following specification designations and their properties are covered: AS4959 140 ksi minimum ultimate tensile strength at room temperature 70 ksi stress-rupture strength at 1200 degrees F; AS4959-1 140 ksi minimum ultimate tensile strength at room temperature 84 ksi minimum ultimate shear strength at room temperature.
HISTORICAL
1997-10-01
Standard
AS4959
This procurement specification covers bolts and screws made from a corrosion and heat resistant, age hardenable iron base alloy of the type identified under the Unified Numbering System as UNS S66286. The following specification designations and their properties are covered:
HISTORICAL
2000-01-01
Standard
AS7473A
This procurement specification covers bolts and screws made from carbon steels, high expansion steels, or corrosion and heat resistant steels of the type identified under the Unified Numbering System as follows: a. UNS K00802 - carbon steel (AMS 5061) b. UNS K91505 - high expansion steel (AMS 5624) c. UNS K91456 - high expansion steel (AMS 5625) d. UNS S32100 - corrosion and heat resistant steel (AMS 5645) e. UNS S34700 - corrosion and heat resistant steel (AMS 5646)
HISTORICAL
2011-10-03
Standard
AS7473B
This procurement specification covers bolts and screws made from carbon steels, high expansion steels, or corrosion and heat resistant steels of the type identified under the Unified Numbering System as follows: UNS K00802 - carbon steel (AMS5061) UNS K91505 - high expansion steel (AMS5624) UNS K91456 - high expansion steel (AMS5625) UNS S32100 - corrosion and heat resistant steel (AMS5645) UNS S34700 - corrosion and heat resistant steel (AMS5646)
CURRENT
2018-01-19
Standard
AS7473C
This procurement specification covers bolts and screws made from carbon steels, high expansion steels, or corrosion and heat resistant steels of the type identified under the Unified Numbering System as follows: a. UNS K00802 - carbon steel (AMS 5061) b. UNS K91505 - high expansion steel (AMS 5624) c. UNS K91456 - high expansion steel (AMS 5625) d. UNS S32100 - corrosion and heat resistant steel (AMS 5645) e. UNS S34700 - corrosion and heat resistant steel (AMS 5646)
HISTORICAL
1991-02-01
Standard
AS7473
This procurement specification covers bolts and screws made from carbon steels, high expansion steels, or corrosion and heat resistant steels of the type identified under the Unified Numbering System as follows: a. UNS K00802 - carbon steel (AMS 5061) b. UNS K91505 - high expansion steel (AMS 5624) c. UNS K91456 - high expansion steel (AMS 5625) d. UNS S32100 - corrosion and heat resistant steel (AMS 5645) e. UNS S34700 - corrosion and heat resistant steel (AMS 5646)
CURRENT
2018-01-19
Standard
MA1549A
No scope available.
CURRENT
2018-01-19
Standard
MA3378D
This specification covers metric bolts and screws made from a corrosion and heat resistant nickel-base alloy of the type identified under the Unified Numbering System as UNS NO7001. The following specification designations and their properties are covered: MA3378 - 1210 MPa minimum ultimate tensile strength at room temperature MA3378 - 520 MPa stress-rupture strength at 730 °C MA3378-1 - 1210 MPa minimum ultimate tensile strength at room temperature MA3378-1 - 726 MPa minimum ultimate shear strength at room temperature
HISTORICAL
1995-05-01
Standard
MA3378B
This specification covers metric bolts and screws made from a corrosion and heat resistant nickel-base alloy of the type identified under the Unified Numbering System as UNS NO7001. The following specification designations and their properties are covered: MA3378 1210 MPa minimum ultimate tensile strength at room temperature 520 MPa stress-rupture strength at 730 °C MA3378-1 1210 MPa minimum ultimate tensile strength at room temperature 726 MPa minimum ultimate shear strength at room temperature. Primarily for aerospace propulsion system applications where a good combination of tensile strength and resistance to relaxation at elevated temperature up to approximately 815 °C is required.
HISTORICAL
1997-06-01
Standard
MA3378C
This specification covers metric bolts and screws made from a corrosion and heat resistant, nickel-base alloy of the type identified under the Unified Numbering System as UNS N07001. The following specification designations and their properties are covered:
HISTORICAL
1986-01-01
Standard
MA3378
This specification covers metric bolts and screws made from a corrosion and heat resistant nickel-base alloy of the type identified under the Unified Numbering System as UNS NO7001. The following specification designations and their properties are covered: MA3378 1210 MPa minimum ultimate tensile strength at room temperature 520 MPa stress-rupture strength at 730 °C MA3378-1 1210 MPa minimum ultimate tensile strength at room temperature 726 MPa minimum ultimate shear strength at room temperature. Primarily for aerospace propulsion system applications where a good combination of tensile strength and resistance to relaxation at elevated temperature up to approximately 815 °C is required.
HISTORICAL
1987-07-01
Standard
MA3378A
This specification covers metric bolts and screws made from a corrosion and heat resistant nickel-base alloy of the type identified under the Unified Numbering System as UNS NO7001. The following specification designations and their properties are covered: MA3378 1210 MPa minimum ultimate tensile strength at room temperature 520 MPa stress-rupture strength at 730 °C MA3378-1 1210 MPa minimum ultimate tensile strength at room temperature 726 MPa minimum ultimate shear strength at room temperature. Primarily for aerospace propulsion system applications where a good combination of tensile strength and resistance to relaxation at elevated temperature up to approximately 815 °C is required.
2011-12-05
Video
Main topics are the development and the build-up of an 18ton hybrid truck with a parallel hybrid drivetrain. With this truck it is possible to drive up to 3 kilometers in the pure electric driving mode. Presenter Andreas Eglseer, Engineering Center Steyr GmbH & Co. KG
2011-11-18
Video
Hybrid systems have been available for several years now, and offer customers a decrease in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions at an incremental price. Hybrids, in some cases, have offered improved other customer benefits such as reduced noise, vibration and harshness or better acceleration and the satisfaction of increased societal benefit. Sometimes the vehicle utility is compromised by the volume dedicated to energy storage systems. Several hybrid architecture arrangements exist in the market, and offer various levels of hybrid feature. But considering acquisition cost and operating expense, most hybrid vehicles have not offered a direct total cost advantage when compared to non-hybrids. GM's new e-Assist system is highly integrated with the engine and transmission functionality, and takes advantage of the highest value fuel economy enablers available with light electrification.
CURRENT
2008-02-14
Standard
AIR5829
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) discusses the forms that air may take in aircraft hydraulic systems. Further, the effects of the various air forms on system operation are addressed. Recommended system design to prevent air effects and maintenance procedures to prevent and remove air are provided. Nitrogen leakage from accumulators is also a source of gas in hydraulic systems and may compose a portion of the “air” in the hydraulic system. The term “air” in this report does not differentiate between a gas composed strictly of normal atmospheric air or one that includes a mixture of additional nitrogen as well. The discussions of the report apply equally with any proportions of atmospheric air and nitrogen in the system.
HISTORICAL
1986-03-01
Standard
J1165_198603
This SAE Recommended Practice has been formulated to advance and endorse the use of the ISO (International Organization for standardization) Solid Contaminant Code as the universal means for expressing the level of particulate contaminant in hydraulic fluid and for specifying acceptable limits of cleanliness. Worldwide approval was gained for this coding system because it provides a simple, unmistakable, meaningful, and consistent means of communication between suppliers and users. The code applies to all types of hydraulic (liquid) fluids used in fluid power and control systems as applied to self-propelled machines as referenced in J1116. The purpose of this recommended practice is to provide a practical and uniform method for graphically representing the contamination level of a fluid and assigning its proper ISO cleanliness code.
HISTORICAL
1979-07-01
Standard
J1165_197907
This SAE Recommended Practice has been formulated to advance and endorse the use of the ISO (International Organization for standardization) Solid Contaminant Code as the universal means for expressing the level of particulate contaminant in hydraulic fluid and for specifying acceptable limits of cleanliness. Worldwide approval was gained for this coding system because it provides a simple, unmistakable, meaningful, and consistent means of communication between suppliers and users. The code applies to all types of hydraulic (liquid) fluids used in fluid power and control systems as applied to self-propelled machines as referenced in J1116. The purpose of this recommended practice is to provide a practical and uniform method for graphically representing the contamination level of a fluid and assigning its proper ISO cleanliness code.
CURRENT
2012-05-29
Standard
J1165_201205
This SAE Recommended Practice has been formulated to advance and endorse the use of the ISO (International Organization for standardization) Solid Contaminant Code as the universal means for expressing the level of particulate contaminant in hydraulic fluid and for specifying acceptable limits of cleanliness. Worldwide approval was gained for this coding system because it provides a simple, unmistakable, meaningful, and consistent means of communication between suppliers and users. The code applies to all types of hydraulic (liquid) fluids used in fluid power and control systems as applied to self-propelled machines as referenced in J1116. The purpose of this recommended practice is to provide a practical and uniform method for graphically representing the contamination level of a fluid and assigning its proper ISO cleanliness code.
2017-06-19
WIP Standard
J2847/6
This SAE Recommended Practice SAE J2847-6 establishes requirements and specifications for communications messages between wirelessly charged electric vehicles and the wireless charger. Where relevant, this document notes, but does not formally specify, interactions between the vehicle and vehicle operator. This is the 1st version of this document and captures the initial objectives of the SAE task force. The intent of step 1 is to record as much information on “what we think works” and publish. The effort continues however, to step 2 that allows public review for additional comments and viewpoints, while the task force also continues additional testing and early implementation. Results of step 2 effort will then be incorporated into updates of this document and lead to a republished version. The next revision will address the harmonization between SAE J2847-6 and ISO/IEC 15118-7 to ensure interoperability.
HISTORICAL
1980-06-01
Standard
J343_198006
This SAE Standard gives methods for testing and evaluating performance of the SAE 100R series of hydraulic hose and hose assemblies (hose and attached end fittings) used in hydraulic fluid power systems. Specific tests and performance criteria for evaluating hose assemblies used in hydraulic service are in accordance with the requirements for hose in the respective specifications of SAE J517. This document further establishes a uniform means of testing and evaluating performance of hydraulic hose assemblies.
HISTORICAL
1986-05-01
Standard
J343_198605
This SAE Standard gives methods for testing and evaluating performance of the SAE 100R series of hydraulic hose and hose assemblies (hose and attached end fittings) used in hydraulic fluid power systems. Specific tests and performance criteria for evaluating hose assemblies used in hydraulic service are in accordance with the requirements for hose in the respective specifications of SAE J517. This document further establishes a uniform means of testing and evaluating performance of hydraulic hose assemblies.
HISTORICAL
1975-04-01
Standard
J343C_197504
This SAE Standard gives methods for testing and evaluating performance of the SAE 100R series of hydraulic hose and hose assemblies (hose and attached end fittings) used in hydraulic fluid power systems. Specific tests and performance criteria for evaluating hose assemblies used in hydraulic service are in accordance with the requirements for hose in the respective specifications of SAE J517. This document further establishes a uniform means of testing and evaluating performance of hydraulic hose assemblies.
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