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Content tagged with Automotive
posted in October 1995
Engineering News
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Mirror-image minivans?
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Box-shape minivans have gone the way of the station wagon
Washington Beat
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Hybrid bearing boosts IndyCar clutch life
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Throw-out bearing has reduced mass and low-viscosity grease
The ultimate Porsche
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Phased chain system squelches transmission noise
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Unconventional thinking enables engineering team to suppress chain noise cost-effectively.
Gear-driven pump lowers transmission temperature
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Lubricant sprayed onto meshing gears extracts heat to extend transmission life
Socket improves rear light sealing integrity
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Socket combines O-ring and insert molded circuitry to provide improved sealing against moisture
Living hinges simplify HVAC valve design
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Combining soft and hard plastics lets duct door open and close without extra linkage
For 1996: an Emphasis on VALUE
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TGet set to find more for your money in the latest automotive offerings
METALS vs. PLASTICS: And the winner is?
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Steel and aluminum battle over automotive market; plastics gain ground
Ease on down the road
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Computers, sensors, and new materials help engineers bring the latest in creature comforts to your car
Amusement rides on wheels
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They may be impractical, but sports cars are a blast
1995 Design News Auto Survey
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Once again, the Taurus is the car engineers would buy today
Taurus: The Sequel
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Ten years later, Ford unveils a stiffer, sleaker, more powerful edition of the Taurus
Electronics create the cybercar
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Lincoln-Mercurys 1996 Continental has microprocessor modules controlling everything from suspension to the voice-activated cellular phone




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