SAE Off-Highway Engineering 2006-10-01

SAE Off-Highway Engineering 2006-10-01
  • Making sense of engines
    Heavy-duty equipment is known for its ruggedness in harsh environments, but vehicles are not neglecting their sensitive side.
  • The world's fastest digger gets closer
    JCB's Dieselmax goes 350 mph and teaches engineers much about engine capability, extreme testing, and program management.
  • The whole system, and nothing but the system
    Properly implemented, an electrohydraulic system can add a great deal of automatic control, advanced performance, advanced diagnostics, and remote monitoring to a mobile application.
  • Regenerative hydraulics
    The use of multiple hydraulic pumps can satisfy the needs of various circuits in off-highway equipment.
  • The gas is greener
    Biofuels promise to help reduce petroleum cinsumption and CO2 emissions, but much of the potential depends on production and infrastructure investments.
  • Material returns
    Effective use of materials information is important to engineers in development of parts and components.
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