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SAE Truck & Off-Highway Engineering: February 2022

  • Magazine Issue
  • 22TOFHP02
Published February 03, 2022 by SAE International in United States
  • English
  • Hydrogen generates buzz in power generation
    Companies target stationary power applications to prove their hydrogen technology and to build scale until infrastructure expands for mobility.
  • 'Mixed' approach to e-truck manufacturing
    Volvo Group CTO details the OEM's "mixed model assembly" strategy for battery and fuel-cell electric vehicles and provides insights on infrastructure and the transition to autonomous.
  • Innovation at the intersection of disciplines
    Caterpillar alum Sri Srinath, Ph.D., focuses on more collaboration and mentoring in his new role as 2022 SAE International president.
  • Editorial
    Combustion engines carry on in construction
  • Volta announces 'engineering kickoff' of smaller electric trucks
  • Peterbilt, Aurora unveil SAE Level 4 autonomous truck
  • Detroit DD15 Gen 5 showcases durability of new diesel tech
  • GM announces Hydrotec fuel-cell power generator and rapid charger for EVs
  • Mellor Bus stresses lightweight construction for new midsized battery-electric buses
  • Mack begins production of Class-8 LR Electric model
  • Q&A
    TE Connectivity's Mark Uhrich discusses how sensors are evolving to satisfy commercial-vehicle demands.