SAE Truck & Off-Highway Engineering

December 2018

    • Electrification takes (some of) the load
      There's no better way to relieve worry over meeting emissions regulations than by not producing any emissions from the start. But electric drive is not a silver bullet.
    • Weight watcher
      Meritor optimizes product design and examines "exotic" materials like carbon fiber to slash mass from drivelines.
    • Electrifying demo
      Diesel pioneer Deutz equipped telehandlers with hybrid and fully electric powertrains and put their capabilities on display.
    • Automated and electric at IAA
      Far-out concepts and nearer-to-production prototypes dotted the show floor and outdoor demo track at the biennial commercial-vehicle event in Hanover, Germany.
    • Delphi injects life into diesel
      Fuel-injection advances enable cleaner, quieter operation, while gains in power electronics and controls help grow electrification business.
    • Editorial
      bauma industry barometer: tech-focused in NA
    • Mahle keeps fuel-cell drive components cool
    • Advanced simulation techniques drive powertrain design
    • Bosch electrohydraulic steering advances driver assistance
    • Siemens improves optimization for engine development
    • WABCO adds autonomous driving 'building blocks' to 2019 portfolio
    • Cummins unveils PowerDrive hybrid-electrics, Euro 7 diesel concept
    • Caterpillar reveals next-gen dozers, excavators, motor graders
    • Iveco pursues natural gas in Stralis NP models
    • Q&A
      Knorr-Bremse puts the brakes on automated driving