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2008-06-19
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Engineers who analyze combustion processes do not need more variables. However, biofuels, which have burning and performance characteristics that differ sharply from petrodiesel, will alter the way engines perform.
2009-09-08
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Ricardo has developed a spark-ignited V6 engine that matches the performance of a larger V8 diesel engine while also reducing costs. Its Ethanol-Boosted Direct Injection (EBDI) also has the potential to reduce aftertreatment size while letting operators use a range of fuels.
2009-12-03
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Ricardo and IAI team on a solution that addresses wasted fuel and both noise and air pollution.
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.
2008-11-18
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Ricardo Inc. has received a contract as part of the Fuel Efficient Ground Vehicle Demonstrator program launched by the U.S. Army's Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center (TARDEC) to identify the best combinations of technologies for achieving the highest possible fuel efficiency for military ground vehicles while maintaining vehicle performance.
2010-05-10
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Force Protection Europe, a wholly owned subsidiary of Force Protection Industries, Inc., received a contract from the U.K. Ministry of Defence (MoD) for the purchase of two Ocelot vehicles for further testing under the Light Protected Patrol Vehicle (LPPV) program.
2010-06-15
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JCB Power Systems has developed a combustion system for the latest JCB Dieselmax engine, the JCB Ecomax T4 4.4 L.
2010-03-04
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Alcoa has been appointed by the U.S. Army Tank Automotive, Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) to collaborate on the Army’s Fuel-Efficient Ground Vehicle Demonstrator (FED) project. In partnership with Ricardo Inc., Alcoa Defense will produce a tactical wheeled vehicle structure with the aim of significantly improving fuel efficiency while maintaining survivability, performance, and payload capability.
2009-01-20
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Euro VI, with a likely implementation date of 2013/14, is not yet finalized, and the introduction of World Harmonized Heavy Duty Certification (WHDC) could replace test procedures in Europe, North America, and Japan. Switching to WHDC test cycles could have several effects on fuel injection system design.
2016-07-28
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Modeling and simulation continue to help suppliers and OEMs provide systems and vehicles that do more work while conserving fuel, reducing emissions and keeping costs in check. A broad range of tools come into play as engines and aftertreatment systems move through the design cycle.
2016-08-02
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For design teams focused on aftertreatment, removing size has become almost as important as removing emissions. Combining catalysts, improving filters and integrating sensors are a few of the techniques being used to minimize package sizes.
2013-06-28
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The consulting company demonstrated a highly engineered, high-tech upgrade to an energy storage system that is thousands of years old.
2013-10-21
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Stable pricing, low emissions, and fuel savings are prompting more engine manufacturers to develop natural gas engines.
2014-03-14
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Biofuel research continues to advance as off-highway engineers develop new techniques that will let engines run on varying mixtures.
2013-03-15
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Richard Gordon, Vehicle Product Group Head, who oversees passenger car, commercial vehicle, defense, and off-highway for Ricardo U.K., discusses the company’s activities in these industries.
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