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Content tagged with Automotive
posted in July 2010
Exatec, ULVAC Announce Technology Collaboration
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7/27/2010  Post a comment
Mass production of coating solutions will drive use of polycarbonate for car windows.
Monkeys made my GM car
Made by Monkeys 
7/26/2010  Post a comment
Monkeys made my Mazda hot
Made by Monkeys 
7/20/2010  Post a comment
New Nylon Family Will Debut at K 2010
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7/13/2010  Post a comment
DuPont's new Shield technology may extend under-the-hood metal replacements for thermoplastics.
New Bio Chemicals Target Phthalate Plasticizer Replacement
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7/12/2010  Post a comment
Segetis has developed new bio-based ketal chemistry that may make better solvents, polyols and plasticizers.
Virtual Crash Test Dummies: A Data Management Test
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7/6/2010  Post a comment
Using its SLM tool to automate and manage huge data sources, SIMULIA accelerates the qualification process for its Abaqus FEA crash test dummy models from weeks to days
Soybeans Replace Oil in New Polyurethane Foams
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7/6/2010  1 comment
Use of agricultural crops such as soybeans to make polyurethane plastics for cars and other applications is on a steep growth curve.
Toyota Shakes Up Its Engineering Approach
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7/6/2010  Post a comment




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