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Content tagged with Automotive
posted in March 2001
New elastomer goes for a drive
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New Santoprene TPV takes aim at auto application
Sneak Previews
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Java hits the road
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Consumers and cars connect on the road
Ahead of the bell-shaped curve
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Changing a hydraulic piston pump shape from a bell to a teardrop reduces its sound level
Schottky diode key to tight temperature control
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Electronic thermostat delivers thermistor-quality temperature control at a fraction of the cost
Single-point drain helps boaters shed water quicker
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A simple pneumatic circuit requires no external power source
Eye-catching car
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The iceman cometh
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Getting rid of ice -- zap it!
Automotive engineers look to 42V architectures
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The benefits are big, but challenges loom on the road ahead




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