Freudenberg Sealing Develops Thermally Conductive Elastomer for Electric Cars

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Freudenberg Sealing Develops Thermally Conductive Elastomer for Electric Cars

Wherever a lot of computing is performed or high currents flow, large amounts of waste heat are generated. Freudenberg Sealing Technologies has developed a material that combines seemingly contradictory properties:

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Force Control Oil Shear Crane Brake Solves Maintenance Headache

Brake Upgrade Fixes Manufacturing Challenges at SAF Working three shifts around the clock throughout the week doesn’t leave time in the schedule for production downtime in Southern Aluminum Finishing’s anodizing

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Smart Software Solutions

Leveraging Digital Technology with Siemens Although the community couldn’t get together in Las Vegas, Siemens Media and Analyst Conference 2020 took place virtually in June on desktops across the globe.

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Cortec Enhances Corrosion Control Protection Offerings

Cortec is globally committed to providing corrosion solutions that are both cost-effective and environmentally-sound. The organization has stepped up its efforts in recent months as the pandemic has forced plant

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Shrink Your Start-to-Finish Time

Boosting Productivity in Gearbox Design with Siemens Digital An increasing awareness of environmental concerns has given rise in the automotive industry to more stringent energy efficiency and emissions targets. However,

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The Latest in E-Mobility Technologies

This sidebar examines some of the latest E-Mobility products and technologies from companies like Schaeffler, Eaton and Dana. Check out the full article in the April issue of Power Transmission

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The Evolution of AGVs

Konrad Lorenz won the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine in 1973 for his experiments with animal behavior. Lorenz discovered the principle of imprinting, where a bond is formed between

Motor Matters with George Holling

Motors without Rare Magnets: What are the Options? (Part Two)

In Part I we explored various motor technologies used today for industrial and traction motor design. Here in Part II we will explore another motor option: reluctance motors. Although invented

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Force Control Dynamometers Suitable for High-Torque, Low-Speed Testing

High torque, low-speed testing is often a challenge for dynamometers equipped with traditional load brakes. Testing which requires the brake to absorb significant horsepower and torque but at low to

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From Walkarounds to Wireless Monitoring

Advances in condition monitoring technology means maintenance and operations teams can spend less time collecting data, and more time acting on it, says Chris James, product line manager for permanently