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2008-07-09
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FEV offers a unit that allows the autonomous control of various emissions control systems, such as NOx adsorber catalyst-diesel particulate filter (DPF) or selective catalytic reduction-DPF systems.
2012-03-07
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FEV and KSPG co-developed the compact series hybrid powertrain that incorporates FEV's new NVH-reduction technology. It will be tested in a plug-in electric car later this year.
2011-12-07
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Engineers show that a pre-turbine aftertreatment system offers clear and distinct benefits in terms of compact, cost-effective emissions reductions.
2012-02-13
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FEV and KSPG have developed a compact range extender of 0.8-L displacement.
2012-04-24
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Floyd Allen, Powertrain Systems Executive, FEV Inc. set the tone for a Tuesday morning panel session at the SAE 2012 World Congress in Detroit by saying there is universal agreement that the United States needs to reduce its consumption of petroleum and develop some alternative energy sources capable of powering “at least a meaningful portion of our mobility needs.” Coming up with the solution(s) is the tricky part.
2012-04-03
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FEV supports natural gas engine development across various engines and vehicles with a lean burn engine concept .
2012-04-27
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Yes, whopper-sized engines are still around, but even engineers admit there is a lot to like about smaller displacement engines.
2012-07-26
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What are the costs of competing powertrain technologies, and how should engineers manage them to satisfy market and regulatory expectations—and make a profit? A value-engineering expert from FEV explains.
2009-10-13
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Veteran GM and Delphi engineering executive Don Runkle hopes to lead the upstart company's opposed-piston opposed-cylinder multifuel two-stroke engines and related technologies into production. Military, commercial, and marine applications are targeted first.
2009-10-29
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Automakers, suppliers, and venture-capital companies are heavily investing in the potential paybacks associated with electrified vehicles.
2009-11-11
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Increasing demand for systems development, testing, and calibration are driving FEV's investments in engineers and facilities.
2011-04-12
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While OEMs are developing new engine technologies that promise increased fuel economy, transmission technologies play a vital role in efficient powertrains.
2009-04-20
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The technical teasers at last year's SAE World Congress left a gaping hole as to the vehicle's identity, but this year's exhibit floor saw Raser Technologies and FEV, Inc. unveil the Hummer H3 range-extended electric vehicle (ReEV).
2009-04-20
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A five-door production hatchback served as the base point for engineers to design and develop a range-extended electric vehicle propulsion system.
2009-04-21
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Control of exhaust gas recirculation and stratified fuel delivery are keys to productionizing CAI engines.
2009-05-08
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A panel of experts at SAE 2009 World Congress discussed the topic on the mind of everyone in the automotive community. The difficulty may be in predicting what those fuel prices might be. Given uncertainty, no new technology from lightweighting to hydrogen fuel can be ruled out. Can companies afford to develop them all?
2010-05-10
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The Hyundai and VW parallel-type systems use conventional multispeed automatic transmissions. FEV's innovative single-motor design also provides engine-off A/C operation, using a conventional compressor.
2010-04-26
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The new tool enables engine-development teams to visually map out the combustion process and see characteristics, profiles, and phenomenon that previously could not be measured and visualized.
2010-09-07
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Freescale Semiconductor and the BMW Group teamed up to jointly develop a dual-core microcontroller that is being used in BMW’s 2010 luxury sports activity vehicles, highlighting a growing trend for automakers and suppliers to collaborate. A growing number of automakers and suppliers are collaborating to shorten design times and help engineers take a broader vehicle view of systems.
2010-03-01
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At its Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Development Center, FEV offers the capability for hybrid vehicle development through lithium-ion (Li-ion) and nickel metal hydride (NiMH) battery testing.
2010-03-03
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FEV designed its new two-stage turbo system to enable increased fuel efficiency and reduced CO2 without sacrificing power.
2010-04-26
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The pairing of turbos with increasingly sophisticated exhaust-gas recirculation strategies help both diesel and gasoline engines meet more stringent upcoming CO2 regulations. But technology challenges must be overcome.
2010-04-14
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SAE 2010 World Congress panelists point to evolutionary change as a way of striking a balance between fulfilling customers’ desire for fun-to-drive vehicles and the need to meet environmental and fuel-economy requirements.
2010-04-14
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The internal-combustion engine will continue to be the primary propulsion source for vehicles for at least the next two decades, SAE 2010 World Congress panelists agree.
2016-04-19
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Engineering managers are exploring ways to consolidate hardware and improve software development while they adjust internal staffing and forge tighter alliances with customers and suppliers.
2015-03-05
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The new generation of dual-clutch transmissions, called the xDCT family, is claimed to offer reduced transmission mass, lower complexity/cost, improved fuel consuption, and better launch characteristics for front-drive vehicles.
2014-03-12
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DGE Inc.'s HMIts, which simulates a user’s speech and touch and then validates the response of the infotainment system, enables OEMs and Tier suppliers to perform repetitive testing on any HMI/infotainment system in a controlled environment, ensuring accurate results and eliminating the need for time-consuming and labor-intensive manual test plans.
2014-04-09
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Misfire detection is most difficult, SAE Congress panel tells attendees, and overall emissions diagnosis is harder than with passenger cars and light-duty trucks.
2014-09-26
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The task facing calibrators is not getting any easier. “The complexity of calibration exploded exponentially when the Tier 4 emissions regulations were introduced,” explained Paolo Di Martino, Business Unit Director for Diesel Systems for IAV North America.
2012-10-22
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The six facilities being rolled out through 2013 enable DuPont's 9500 engineers and scientists to collaborate more quickly and effectively with the global automotive industry as well as academia and government partners.
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