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    Exclusive: SwRI Dedicated-EGR concept improves fuel economy by 15 percent

    We've often heard that hitting higher fuel economy targets (like, say, the 54.5 miles per gallon CAFE requirement for 2025 in the US) will need not a silver bullet but something more like silver buckshot. In other words, the industry is going to try lots of different ways to make cars burn less ...

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    Scania unveils 13.0-liter, Euro 6-compliant diesel engine

    Scania has unveiled its duo of 13.0-liter Euro 6-compliant diesel engines that combine close to a jillion technical solutions to meet stringent emission requirements without sacrificing even a smidge in overall fuel economy. The 440- and 480-horsepower heavy-duty diesels, developed entirely ...

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    SAE 2010: Next-gen Ford Ecoboost engines to get even closer to diesel with cooled EGR

    Over the course of 2010, Ford plans to aggressively ramp up its Ecoboost engine strategy with two new four cylinder engines and the first rear-wheel drive application of the boosted 3.5-liter V6. However, this is just the beginning as Ford is already hard at work on the next generation of ...

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    Ricardo's HyBoost tries to refine ICE to emit 30-40% fewer CO2 emissions

    While the search for alternatives to the internal combustion engine continues at labs across the world, work hasn't stopped on those traditional powerplants. Auto parts supplier Ricardo, for example, had just announced its HyBoost project, which aims to reduce the CO2 emissions of a " ...

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    T.Rad increasing production of EGR Coolers

    Japanese manufacturer of assorted heat exchangers T.Rad has announced plans to ramp up production of EGR coolers. For those who don't recall EGR, it stands for exhaust gas recirculation. Small amounts of exhaust gases are routed back into the intake stream in order to reduce combustion temperatures ...

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    SuperGen supercharger improves diesel efficiency

    SuperGen, a new electro-mechanical supercharger technology jointly developed by automotive engineering specialist Integral Powertrain and transmission technology company NexxtDrive, is designed to improve on existing turbo diesel theory. The variable-speed, electrically-controlled supercharger ...


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