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Content posted in January 2010
Automakers Jockey for Position in EV Market
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Nissan and Ford look to battery electrics; GM and Toyota opt for plug-ins and hybrids
Simulation and Rapid Prototypes Boost Construction Equipment Efficiency
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1/19/2010  Post a comment
As proportional hydraulic controls evolve, engineers rely more on software, allowing them to quickly go from design concepts to final products
Metering Pumps Dispense at Low Volumes
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Unique design provides precision, accuracy across applications
Eliminating Drive Harmonics
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1/19/2010  Post a comment
Active filter, variable-speed drive combine to deal with harmonic disturbances
Energy-Efficient Bearings Focus on Reducing Friction
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1/19/2010  Post a comment
Lower energy consumption, reduced temps result in longer service life
Three Bugaboos to Avoid When Designing a PC into Your Application
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1/15/2010  Post a comment
By doing a little upfront thinking about form factor, reliability and the supply chain, you can save yourself headaches later in the design process
Detroit Auto Show Will Emphasize Electric Vehicle Technology
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‘Electric Avenue' and EcoXperience will highlight vehicles and EV batteries
What's Your Point of View?
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1/13/2010  Post a comment
Time, frequency and modal domains offer complementary views, insight
Future Shock
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1/11/2010  Post a comment
An electro-hydraulic servo valve directly driven by a linear force motor is at the core of Cannondale's revolutionary new active suspension system




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