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Coming Soon - Technical Webinar Series from the Editors of SAE: Advanced Emissions Strategies

In Conjunction with SAE No one ever claimed, or dared believe, that Tier 4 Final was final. Stage V emissions regulations in Europe already have been announced, and some industry insiders expect the U.S. EPA to implement a Tier 5 in the next few years. This 60-minute Webinar will take us from where we were in terms of the major advances in emissions solutions over the past couple of years, to where panelist experts think we need to be, and what will get us there. Topics can range from the latest in advanced combustion and emissions control, to alternative power solutions, to advances in materials, simulation tools, and sealing technologies.

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Coming Soon - Pumped Two Phase Cooling: The Advanced Thermal Management Solution for Emerging High Power Electronics Applications

As the demand for higher power in lighter, smaller packages continues to increase, so does the need for a more advanced thermal management solution. Designs that once utilized the cooling capabilities of a pumped liquid system have now surpassed their failure threshold.

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Coming Soon - Technical Webinar Series from the Editors of SAE – Lightweighting: Defining the Next Phase

In Conjunction with SAE Much of automotive lightweighting’s low-hanging fruit has been exploited. This SAE Webinar examines what new materials, as well as design and manufacturing innovations, will advance lightweighting to the next phase, where gains are expected to be tougher and potentially more expensive. Aluminum has been the assumed overall “winner” for lightweighting’s future, but fast-moving innovation from the steel and composites sectors is making the materials-choice matrix more complex and opportunity-laden.

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Coming Soon - Utilizing the Attributes of Aluminum Extrusion for Effective Automotive Solutions

In Conjunction with SAE Aluminum and the aluminum extrusion process offer product engineers a host of unique attributes. Whether it is the process’ capability of near-net shapes with high precision, the material’s combination of strength with light weight, or its high thermal conductivity, effectively employing extrusion-based components can yield cost-effective lightweighting solutions.

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Coming Soon - Adhesives and Sealants for Automotive Weight Reduction, Safety, and Performance

In Conjunction with SAE Fuel economy regulations are challenging vehicle manufacturers to increase fuel efficiency dramatically. At the same time, OEMs must produce vehicles that satisfy consumer demand for safety, performance, and comfort. New combinations of materials, such as high-strength steels, light metals, and composites, are emerging as OEMs seek to satisfy these conflicting needs.

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Coming Soon - Technical Webinar Series from the Editors of SAE - Additive Manufacturing: From Prototyping to Production Parts

In Conjunction with SAE Additive manufacturing is gaining steam in the automotive industry, and not just for prototyping parts. 3D printing processes increasingly are being evaluated for production components, with their promise of shorter development times, lower tooling costs, parts consolidation, more dramatic part shapes and sizes, among other benefits.

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Automotive Industry Standards and Trends

In Conjunction with SAE The consumer has reaped the benefits of automotive manufacturers developing new vehicle lines, enhanced features, and safety improvements, all culminating in record sales for the auto industry. While consumers focus on ease of use, driving experience, and safety, manufacturers focus on increased modularity, reusability, and manufacturing efficiency. For manufacturers, this focus means reusing code, components, and technologies to minimize duplication of effort.

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