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SAE Truck & Off-Highway Engineering: April 2022

  • Magazine Issue
  • 22TOFHP04
Published April 01, 2022 by SAE International in United States
  • English
  • Predicting mobility in military operational scenarios
    U.S. Army leads a seven-year, multinational effort to develop new off-road vehicle mobility analysis methodology.
  • Hitting the gas on hydrogen tech
    OEMs and global suppliers still are betting big on hydrogen propulsion as a solution for decarbonizing the heavy-duty trucking industry.
  • BEV truck manufacturers charge ahead
    Several companies announced new product offerings and prototypes of BEVs at the NTEA Work Truck Week in Indianapolis.
  • Editorial
    Maintaining EV chargers yet another challenge
  • Precision tech the 'backbone' to CNH's digital strategy
  • Purdue prototypes new EV fast-charge cable
  • 3DEO unveils metal 3D-printing platform for mass production
  • Paccar launches new 18-speed automated transmissions
  • Lightning's eChassis targets commercial EVs
  • Quantron launches 12-m battery-electric bus; fuel-cell variant to follow
  • Q&A
    Chemours' Christina Spalding shares insights on the commercial-vehicle industry's shift to R-1234yf HVAC refrigerant.