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2008-05-18
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AVL, a provider of powertrain engineering, test systems, simulation software, and instrumentation products, expects to double its Michigan-based staff in the next five years in order to meet industry needs.
2011-08-17
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AVL's new SESAM i60 FT is designed for the measurement requirements of Euro VI and EPA 40 CFR part 1065 emissions testing regulations.
2012-04-24
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With continuing pressure to increase fuel economy with ever lower emissions, industry specialists and researchers presented key findings in new, combustion schemes and research.
2012-09-06
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Unlike on-highway vehicles, many off-highway applications don’t provide adequate opportunities to recharge batteries in a hybrid system, says AVL.
2011-03-25
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The U.S. EPA has selected AVL technology for emissions testing related to renewable and other types of fuels. The agency will use the company's iGeneration technology in fully automated emissions, sampling, and measurements instrumentation to test a wide range of vehicles under various simulated climate scenarios from 20 to 100°F (-7 to 38°C).
2011-04-13
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Greg Hopton, President, AVL Test Systems, Inc., and Frank Commiskey, AVL's Director of Business Development for Emission Products, discussed with AEI the company's recent selection by the U.S. EPA for critical automotive emissions testing to take place at the National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory (NVFEL) in Ann Arbor, MI.
2010-09-15
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The company's new electric supercharger and belt-driven starter/alternator systems offer high cost:benefits, said Engineering Director Guy Morris.
2009-05-11
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Ethical consumers are making green traits a key part of their buying decisions, but they are not willing to sacrifice pricing, reliability, or convenience. To meet this vexing challenge, engineers are going to have to change the way they design products while also changing the types of products they develop.
2009-07-17
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The AVL pure range extender is an autonomous auxiliary power unit added to pure electric-drive vehicles to extend the operational range beyond that obtainable in the pure electric mode.
2010-04-13
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The opening ceremony of the SAE 2010 World Congress featured a healthy sense of optimism that the automotive industry has successfully weathered its recent financial troubles, countered by the understanding that there are still many challenges and opportunities yet to be addressed.
2010-09-16
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A $2.6 million investment at its Ann Arbor technical center marks the first significant upgrade to the Michigan facility in the past decade.
2010-03-08
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AVL’s powertrain development process is aimed at significantly improving operating efficiency/economy, maintaining expected performance, and integrating advanced technology into the production process.
2016-03-04
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The Integrated and Open Development Platform from AVL features the first integration product, Model.CONNECT.
2016-08-26
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CNH Industrial and AVL researchers used simulation, test bench, and road testing of a demonstrator vehicle with a WHR system to show significantly reduced fuel consumption.
2015-03-05
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For its new 7-Mode transmission, AVL focused on key requirements for hybrid drivetrains including best-in-class fuel consumption in NEDC charge-sustaining mode and full drivetrain functionality with a depleted battery.
2015-02-23
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Dr.-Ing. Marko Dekena, Executive Vice President, Global Business Development, Sales and International Operations Powertrain Systems, AVL, recently spoke with SAE Off-Highway Engineering about some of the strategic and technical issues likely to be discussed at this year’s event.
2015-01-29
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Current and future CO2 legislation and fuel consumption limits are just two of the drivers behind the development of new technologies for increased fuel efficiency.
2015-10-27
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Claimed to be the “world’s most power dense variable speed electric motor,” Aeristech's novel boosting device was designed to solve a major challenge facing downsized engines.
2014-01-22
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Software company rFactor Pro developed software for a major F1 team to overcome the problem of driver-in-the-loop simulator dynamics reaction lag (latency); now it is cascading the solution into production vehicle simulators.
2013-11-25
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CAFE isn't a mistake with unintended consequences, EPA and NHTSA say, but rather a carefully crafted way to meet the Congressional mandate to maintain the current vehicle fleet's vehicle-size distribution, Scenaria President says in SEMA presentation.
2014-03-06
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AVL's Integrated and Open Development Platform highlighted at the SAE 2014 World Congress April 8-10 in Detroit.
2014-04-09
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The Chairman and CEO of AVL List GmbH sees engineering opportunities in teeth-jarring, rutted roadways.
2014-10-23
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Volvo's new 2.0-L development engine has a bi-turbo configuration, supported by the inclusion of an electric compressor in the loop. Power output is 331 kW.
2013-02-06
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Dr.-Ing. Marko Dekena, AVL's Executive Vice President, Global Business Development, Sales and International Operations Powertrain Systems, recently spoke with SAE Magazines about some of the strategic and technical issues likely to be discussed at this year’s event.
2013-06-04
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For an AVL internal R&D project, a team was challenged to develop a battery pack configuration that would provide the most efficient battery cooling at the lowest possible cost. Key to this was a good understanding of what was happening inside the pack.
2013-04-03
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New technologies will enable automakers to meet 2017-2025 CAFE standards, but the cost of compliance could be thousands of dollars per vehicle.
2016-10-20
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EPA's Christopher Grundler and expert panelists at COMVEC 2016 offered their insights on technology pathways and challenges to meeting the recently issued final greenhouse-gas standards affecting model year 2021-2027 medium- and heavy-duty on-highway vehicles.
2017-03-14
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Various levels of electrification, connected solutions and alternative fuels are among the technology pathways that will lead to reductions of CO2, according to AVL's Dr. Marko Dekena. He spoke with Truck & Off-Highway Engineering about a variety of topics ahead of this year's AVL International Commercial Powertrain Conference.
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