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Benchtop electrical analyzer

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This automated analysis system, developed by Purkeys, guides technicians through the analysis of heavy-duty vehicle electrical systems.

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Ford Fusion Hybrid

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Ford introduces its next-generation Fusion Hybrid development vehicle.

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Tough competition

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Faraday Future benchmarks its FF91 against a Ferrari, a Bentley and a Tesla.

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LEAD NEWS

BMW to begin testing autonomous vehicles

The auto maker will deploy a fleet of approximately 40 autonomous prototypes, featuring technology developed by Intel and Mobileye, on roads in the USA and Europe by the second half of 2017 more...



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Simulating ‘realistic wind’

Exa Corporation explains how transient flow simulations can enable more realistic reproduction of real-world conditions for accurate assessment of fuel economy
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Case study: Ford Otosan and CD-adapco

Ford Otosan has used CD-adapco’s STAR-CCM software to analyze the thermal exchange between the hot engine gases and various critical solid engine components
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Critical fire safety

Jonas Brandt, head of technical projects at SP Fire Research, gives an overview of the new regulation for testing fire suppression systems in engine compartments of buses and coaches
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Expo exhibitor interview: Gert Kain, IAG

FTIR measuring systems can help engine developers meet the challenges of exhaust gas analysis and testing, in critical emissions reduction, as IAG's division manager explains
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Improved impact simulation

Ben Shank, an engineer at Thermotron Industries, reveals how the company's new classic shock methods for crash testing, could prove more controllable and realistic in comparison with IEC specifications
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