SAE Off-Highway Engineering 2001-10-01

SAE Off-Highway Engineering 2001-10-01
    • More with less through electronic components
      Off-highway engineers have had to walk a precarious path in recent years by developing engine technologies that offer customers better vehicle performance and regulators lower emissions.
    • The promises and problems of electrohydraulics
      Engineers acknowledge that electrohydraulics are the way of the future for the off-highway industry, and that the field itself could use a good public-relations campaign to attract more engineering students.
    • Deere goes all out for agriculture
      To some, it may seem odd that John Deere picked this particular economy to launch over 50 new products, the most in its 164-year history. To others it reeks of confidence.
    • Switching control in hydraulic drives
      Researchers from Johannes Kepler University believe agricultural machinery can be improved by further advances in motion generation.