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SAE Truck & Off-Highway Engineering: April 2019

  • Magazine Issue
  • 19TOFHP04
Published April 04, 2019 by SAE International in United States
  • English

  • Connections dig deeper
    More aspects of vehicle operation are being improved by leveraging cellular links.
  • An OBE for the SAE
    Meet Paul Mascarenas-SAE International's 2019 president. He's a staunch advocate for professional development for engineers, amid the mobility industry's transformation.
  • Advancing aftertreatment
    Engineers push for more efficient, cost-effective, and smaller aftertreatment systems for off-highway diesel engines, addressing challenges such as better particulate filtering and low-temp NOx conversion.
  • Developing for defense
    Suppliers to the commercial vehicle segment optimize-read: ruggedize-their product offerings for the tougher terrain encountered by military vehicles.
  • Going digital & electric @ bauma 2019
    Digitalization and electrification are dominant themes in the equipment and technology being revealed at this year's largest trade show for construction and mining.
  • Editorial
    Bigger barrier to CBEVs: Batteries or infrastructure?
  • MELD exploits plastic deformation of metals with non-melt AM process
  • Streamlined HMIs do more with less
  • Gasoline fuels growing number of commercial vehicles
  • AI, standards are transforming military boards and modules
  • Ford develops F-600 chassis truck to hit 'sweet spot'
  • 2019 Ram Chassis Cab: More capability, more driver-assist tech
  • Q&A
    Freudenberg CEO Claus Moehlenkamp turns focus to batteries, fuel-cell stacks