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Alternative Versions of the Vulcan to the Sky Trusts's suggestion for an 'engineering heritage is GREAT' addition to the Prime Minister's 'GREAT Britain campaign' Tuesday, 29th November 2011

Last Flying Vulcan honoured by Institution of Mechanical Engineers

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Vulcan team honoured by Instituion of Mechanical Engineers   Print  
The last flying Vulcan is one of the UK?s most dramatic and most popular examples of Great Britain in the second Elizabethan age. Photo Credit: Jeff Bloxham Tuesday, 29th November 2011

CEO welcomes Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering
and calls for fair funding for engineering heritage to inspire the next generation

 

One of the world’s most prestigious engineering organisations, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, has presented a highly-coveted Engineering Heritage Award to the last airworthy Vulcan. Previous recipients of the award, which recognises great engineering achievements, include Tower Bridge, HMS Belfast and the Channel Tunnel.


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DELPHI?S DIESEL TECHNOLOGY HELPS BRING VICTORY IN THE ENDURANCE RACING CHAMPIONSHIP   Print  
The class-winning Peugeot RCZ 2.0 HDi on its way to victory using several largely-standard Delphi road car technologies including fuel injection systems and thermal systems. The team achieved six 1-2 finishes during the season Tuesday, 29th November 2011

Near-standard road car fuel injection and engine management used by Peugeot RCZ coupes to dominate diesel category

PARIS – A Delphi Automotive PLC (NYSE: DLPH) diesel fuel injection system, with only slight modifications from the standard system, has powered a Peugeot RCZ 2.0 litre HDi coupé to victory in the D1T category of Germany’s 10-race VLN championship.


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Torotrak-Allison transmission project progresses   Print  
Torotrak Commercial Director Jeremy Deering: Thursday, 24th November 2011

Concept proven, timing to market could meet new legislation for truck fuel economy

Leyland, 24 November 2011 – Gearless traction drive company Torotrak PLC (LSE: TRK) is progressing to the next stage in its programme with Allison Transmissions Inc, the world’s largest supplier of automatic gearboxes for mid- to large-size commercial vehicles. The programme has moved through an important milestone that has proved the transmission’s required performance on concept hardware. The next phase of the multi-stage programme will develop prototypes of a fully representative production design.


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DELPHI EXPANDS ASSEMBLY OPERATIONS IN MOROCCO   Print  
Delphi is extending its second Electric/Electronic Distribution Systems plant in Tangier, which manufacturers complex electrical architecture systems for European manufacturers Thursday, 17th November 2011

Customer demand for advanced electrical / electronic distribution systems
brings new investment and jobs to Morocco

 

 

Tangier, Morocco – Delphi Automotive is substantially increasing its capacity in Tangier, Morocco, where it manufactures advanced wiring systems for vehicle manufacturers throughout Europe. Almost 1,200 new jobs were created since the beginning of the year and recruitment will continue into next year to support the growing demand for smaller, lighter, more efficient electrical/electronic distribution systems.


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Oerlikon Graziano, A world leader in precision gearing   Print  
Oerlikon Graziano produces more than 800 000 synchronisers per year Tuesday, 15th November 2011

Hanover (Germany), 15th November 2011 – Oerlikon Graziano will attend AgriTechnica in Hanover, Germany, from 13th to 26th November 2011, in Hall 26 Stand M18

 

-Oerlikon Graziano is a world leader in the manufacture of crown wheel and pinion sets adopted by the most technically challenging and complex construction, agricultural and specialist automotive applications. The company has expertise in all production technologies required by these markets. The company uses Gleason Coniflex and Gleason Revacyle methods for its straight bevel gears, and Gleason, Oerlikon and Klingelnberg systems for spiral bevel and hypoid bevel sets. Dry cutting on Gleason Phoenix machines as well as hard turning techniques are used in the production process. Lapping and grinding are applied to finished parts when appropriate. Dimensional checks can be made with CMM technology and applied on critical ratios where low noise emissions are required. Oerlikon Graziano has produced more than half a million sets per year since 2000.


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Oerlikon Graziano displays next-generation transmission concepts at Agritechnica   Print  
Oerlikon Graziano will be displaying an oscillating axle for tractors up to 450hp Monday, 14th November 2011

Hanover (Germany), 14th November 2011 – Oerlikon Graziano is showcasing the latest advances in off-highway transmissions that will help to make future agricultural and construction equipment cleaner and more efficient at Agritechnica, Hanover 13-26 November 2011 at  Hall 26 – Stand M18. Among the innovations on display by the Italian company are a first-to-market fully suspended axle, an oscillating axle for tractors up to 450hp and the first production CVT for compact tractors. Oerlikon Graziano will also display its range of carbon synchronisers that are helping to increase the reliability and longevity of construction and agricultural equipment.


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As the Price of R134a refrigerant continues to rise, Delphi has introduced four air conditioning (A/C) recharging stations to its service portfolio that utilize an efficent method of recovering as much refrigerant from the car as possible to help garages Thursday, 10th November 2011

Delphi Presents Latest Technology For Agricultural Vehicle Industry


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DELPHI PRESENTS LATEST TECHNOLOGY FOR AGRICULTURAL VEHICLE INDUSTRY   Print  
The Delphi Harsh Environment Series (HES) terminals are designed for application in all industry standard terminal cavity sizes and for performance in harsh environments which include agriculture equipment. Thursday, 10th November 2011

High performance, high-power connection systems; powertrain solutions to meet increasingly rigorous emissions standards; new integrated seat-based HVAC system; new brazed condenser; fuel analyser and new air conditioning recharging stations

HANOVER – As a supplier in the agricultural sector, Delphi Automotive offers its expertise as a high-tech partner in powertrain, thermal, electric and electronic architecture technologies and as a systems integrator. Delphi is applying its proven expertise with automobiles and commercial vehicles to develop rugged, reliable and durable products for the agricultural and construction vehicle industries.


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Help put the Vulcan?s annual service back on schedule and win an incredible behind-the-scenes day with the technical crew   Print  
The Pilots and Co-Pilot?s ejection seats must be carefully removed and sent to the original manufacturer for inspection and routine maintenance. It?s a costly procedure that can be sponsored by supporters. Thursday, 10th November 2011

Sponsor the Winter Service to have your name commemorated on the famous bomb bay doors

A funding shortfall has forced the last flying Vulcan’s Winter Service to be rescheduled. Routine maintenance work has started, but major equipment overhauls that need support from approved specialist suppliers has had to be postponed while further funds are raised. The Trust estimates that if nothing untoward is found, the service will cost just over £400,000.


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