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SAE Truck & Off-Highway Engineering: December 2017

  • Magazine Issue
  • 17TOFHP12
Published December 01, 2017 by SAE International in United States
  • English
  • Meeting truck autonomy hurdles head-on
    Combining sensors, inter-vehicle communications and controllers poses major challenges in the effort to bring greater levels of automation to commercial trucking.
  • Simulation key to additive manufacturing analysis
    Advanced simulation tools help to optimize 3D printing processes before physical build.
  • Making the case for battery-electric fleet power
    Battery systems edge closer to a tipping point as commercial and heavy-duty fleets broaden their application.
  • Electrified forklifts go big
    Hoist Liftruck brings full electrification to some of the biggest forklift trucks, motivated only in part by regulatory pressures.
  • Editorial
    Managing heat with 'cool' tech
  • Navistar, VW pursue common electric powertrain, global connectivity platform
  • ZED Connect brings mobile-based ELD to improve safety and service
  • IAV brings variable valvetrains to heavy duty
  • Assessing a vehicle's cooling system performance
  • Kohler engineers new 5400 engines for lower NVH, easier start-ups
  • Case IH Quadtrac CVX the first 4WD articulated tractor to offer a CVT
  • Mack hits the highway with style and technology
  • Tenneco's CTO Dr. Ben Patel discusses active and passive thermal management strategies for NOx reduction and fuel economy gains