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2008-12-23
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Laser Design's 3-D laser scanning technology will be integrated with CMM systems from Wenzel-Xspect.
2008-12-22
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Microstar Laboratories' MSXB 086 signal interface module monitors up to 16 current loops, providing data for real-time processing or later analysis.
2008-12-22
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The series 660 embeddable accelerometers from IMI Sensors are suitable for continuous shock and vibration monitoring in high-volume and commercial OEM applications.
2008-12-15
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Projects requiring environmental monitoring are enhanced with Dickson Multi-Feature Digital Display Temperature & Humidity Data Loggers that feature both push-to-start and push-to-stop functions.
2008-12-15
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Telemetrix products from RT Logic enable full-loop communications system testing at radio frequency or intermediate frequency without requiring actual flights.
2008-12-15
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Loadstar Sensors’ iPedal brake testing solution includes a sensor and an interface with optional application software to improve use with digital USB or analog 0-5 V dc output.
2008-12-15
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Setra Systems offers a compact 3100 Series pressure transducer for OEM applications including hydraulic and engine controls, industrial processes, off-highway equipment, compressors, and pumps.
2008-12-12
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Wavelength-scanned cavity ring down spectroscopy (WS-CRDS) is a recently commercialized technology from Picarro Inc. that enables small molecules to be quantitatively detected using their unique near IR absorption lines. In a WS-CRDS instrument, light from a wavelength-tunable laser diode enters the sampling cavity that contains three mirrors with exceptionally high (>99.999%) reflectivity.
2008-12-02
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Other than using dynamic spin testing, the only alternative to test for both accurate static and dynamic stress in a turbine blade is to run the blade in an actual jet engine.
2008-11-24
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Many labs are already heavily engaged with testing to meet the Tier 4 Interim phase targets of 2011 and will only increase the proportion of work for Tier 4 as the final phase approaches in 2014.
2008-11-19
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Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) announced plans to establish an aerospace center at Montreal-Mirabel International Airport for the final assembly and test of the new generation PW800 family of engines. A total of $575.3 million will be invested in the Mirabel Aerospace Centre and P&WC's other Quebec facilities over the next five years.
2008-11-16
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GE Aviation and NASA are coming together for a wind-tunnel test program to evaluate counterrotating fan-blade systems for open rotor jet engine designs, which could sharply reduce fuel consumption.
2008-11-15
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Saelig's PoKeys55T USB board combines standard keyboard and joystick simulation but does not require complex programming knowledge.
2008-11-15
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Kavlico offers a robust differential sensor for use with after-treatment systems to monitor particulate matter in diesel engine exhaust.
2008-11-13
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The TFF400 Reaction Torque Sensor from FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology features a USB digital interface with 16-bit resolution.
2008-11-07
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Tracer Products' Cobra and Cobra-Plus borescopes feature built-in UV and white light LEDs that enable technicians to inspect and leak check hard-to-see components, such as pistons, intake valves, A/C evaporators, fuel systems, radiators, and evaporative emissions systems, without disassembly.
2008-11-06
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The crash test dummy has an able-bodied sidekick whose internal organs are virtually identical to that of an average adult male.
2008-11-06
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A suspension supplier took the customization route to obtain a comprehensive apparatus for testing and verifying in-development technology for passenger vehicles.
2008-11-04
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A European-based company recently opened its first overseas testing facility, and the U.S. site offers test machines not found elsewhere in the domestic market.
2008-11-04
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Replicating the environmental conditions in which hybrid vehicle electric motors operate brings a new dimension to accelerated durability testing.
2008-11-04
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A supplier's test-shop-on-wheels enables engineers to test and install properly fitted wiper blades in a few hours, saving the time and cost associated with the conventional weeks-long approach to testing.
2008-10-18
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When Boeing asked Avtron Aerospace Inc. to design a test stand for its 787 Dreamliner, there was one major hurdle to overcome: the type of hydraulic hose needed to plumb the test stand did not exist. To meet its needs, Boeing searched for a manufacturer willing to design and deliver a new type of hose within the constraints of its extremely demanding production schedule.
2008-09-24
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The electrical-power-management and control strategies of the extended-range electric vehicle and Chevrolet's Equinox fuel-cell vehicle underscore the relevance of technology transfer among fairly distinct platforms and technologies.
2008-09-10
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The TP-9360 Pro-Alert from Tracer Products is a portable refrigerant leak detector that features heated-diode sensor technology to detect refrigerant leaks down to 0.03 oz/per year.
2008-09-05
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Military suppliers are moving toward synthetic instruments that replace existing test and measurement equipment with flexible modular architectures. BAE Systems and Phase Matrix have completed a down converter to handle RF capabilities in a small form factor.
2008-09-04
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The first official test house for the Euro NCAP rear impact (whiplash) ratings program will be the U.K.-based Motor Insurance Repair Research Center (Thatcham).
2008-09-03
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MTT Moteurtest is an engine test center for light and heavy vehicles and light aircraft.
2008-09-03
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IAV Automotive Engineering's four fully transient test cells offer a range of maximum power and torque capacity from 330 kW (440 hp) to 660 kW (885 hp) and can handle fuels including gasoline, diesel, biodiesel, and ethanol.
2008-09-03
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D2T provides vehicle powertrain testing and calibration services, on-site technical support, test center engineering, as well as test bed equipment software and hardware.
2008-08-14
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The Mahle Group has opened a new tech center in Jundiai, Brazil. The newly built 16,800-m2 (180,800-ft2) complex for research and development houses laboratories and test cells. During planning, construction, and operation of the new building, severe environmental restrictions were followed as the area is situated in the environmentally protected zone of the Japi mountains.
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