Truck & Off-Highway Engineering

August 2018



Heavy-duty engine design

Increasing regulations and market demands call for cleaner, more durable and fuel-efficient engines. Developers rely on CAE simulation, enhanced test methods and 3D printing to keep up.

Switching to comfort mode

Switches, knobs and touch panels evolve to reduce operator fatigue.

Big on prognostics

Smart data-analyzing procedures that support predictive maintenance will help to significantly increase the uptime of heavyduty vehicles. The “Evolution of Big Data” symposium at SAE COMVEC 2018 addresses such critical topics.

Starship road trip

Optimized aerodynamics and production-ready technologies propel Shell’s Class 8 concept to a 248% freight-ton-efficiency improvement.

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Truck & Off-Highway Engineering, SAE’s industry-leading magazine for the commercial vehicle market, is a leader in delivering informative, relevant technical information. Published six times annually, Truck & Off-Highway Engineering, focuses on key off-highway sectors and technologies; commercial trucks and buses; and defense and specialty vehicles.
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