Truck & Off-Highway Engineering

April 2020

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IN THIS ISSUE:

ICE advances

Engine developers employ revised electronic architectures, mechanical tweaks to boost fuel efficiency, performance of  internal-combustion engines.

Autonomous construction sites

Equipment makers are testing the emerging technologies required to advance automation beyond individual machines.

Modeling electric motors

How to develop a traction drive using a multiphysics-based approach with 3D modeling and simulation.

Solving the “telehandler problem”

Two-stage overcenter valves create stability in machines with highly dynamic loads.

Engineering the world’s fastest tractor

JCB worked with design and engineering specialists to build a spectacular speed record-breaker that topped 150 mph.

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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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