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Max Electrical Power Output Of A Car

07/30/2017 by Anonymous Poster
what is the max electrical power that can be safely drawn out of a running car ?
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Last comment 08/16/2017 by crowhead

New Diesel and Petrol Vehicles to be Banned in the UK from 2040

07/26/2017 by PWSlack
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Last comment 08/08/2017 by crowhead
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Hemmings Motor News Blog

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Which One of These Hurst/Olds Would You Take Home?

08/18/2017 by dstrohl
A guy walks into a car show’s invitational display building with a pocket full of cash and a craving to buy a Hurst/Olds. He’s immediately...
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Last comment 08/19/2017 by jhammond

Who Built It Better? Loewy v. Stevens v. Wright on the Lincoln Continental

08/17/2017 by dstrohl
Typically, it’s a fool’s errand to compare two or more designers, if not due to the subjectivity of aesthetics, then certainly due to the...
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Maritime Technology

4 blog entries, 38 comments (0 Viewing)

Could Driverless Boats Boost the Shipping Industry?

08/10/2017 by Hannes
Some critics believe the world shipping industry is struggling. According to the International Maritime Organization, over 90% of the world’s tr...
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Last comment 08/17/2017 by redfred

The Sailboat Diaries: Building a Bilge

07/20/2017 by HUSH
For what it’s worth, I’m several projects ahead of my blog updates. I just haven’t had as much time to blog lately as I would like....
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Last comment 07/25/2017 by James Stewart
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Automotive Technology

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NYC Orders Solar Powered EV Charging Stations

06/28/2017 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
Envision Solar International says it received a $2.14 million order from New York City for 32 of its EV ARC portable vehicle charging stations. The ch...
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Automotive Use Drives Li-ion Demand Growth, Report Says

06/22/2017 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
The market for lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries was 87 GWh in 2016, a tenfold increase from a decade earlier. Automotive uses absorbed almost 50% of tha...
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Last comment 06/24/2017 by Rixter
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California Drivers Are Saying Goodbye to Botts' Dots

05/26/2017 posted in The Engineer's Notebook
by Hannes
Many drivers in California are mourning their state transportation department's (Caltrans) decision to phase out Botts’ dots on the state's road...
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Last comment 06/01/2017 by MR. Guest

Japan May Change Signage Ahead of 2020 Olympics

02/05/2016 posted in The Engineer's Notebook
by Hannes
Roads and maps have interested me for some time now. There's something about driving a route that was traveled by countless predecessors for hundred...
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Rubber Truck Bumpers for Impact Resistance

10/07/2015 posted in Elasto Proxy's Sealing Solutions Blog
by Doug Sharpe
- Rubber truck bumpers help keep trucks and trailers on the road instead of in the shop. Learn how these impact-resistant bumpers meet ASTM standar...
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It All Started with Johnnie: Random Facts About Tyres

06/24/2015 posted in Building & Design Blog
by Cygnet
The earliest tyres were bands of leather, then iron, (later steel), placed on wooden wheels, used on carts and wagons. Historically, the spelling wa...
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Lightweighting Vehicles Using Aerospace Techniques

08/25/2014 posted in IHS ESDU Blog
by SavvyExacta
Metals producers are gearing up for increased sales based on Ford's decision to make an aluminum F-150 this year. (Read more.) Automakers are eager t...
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